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White all Right.
Anxious to undo any injustice that
might have been done by its placing
too much reliance in the garbled ac
counts of the game, that wexe fur-
nished by the earlier papers on the
premises, the Daily made careful in-
quiries among the players yesterday
and learned a few things that it would
have done well to have learned before.
The game put up by White at full back
was that of steady, persevering kind
that makes a team win. He always
cut a big figure in the interference ann
blocked well for his fellow backs. In
carrying the ball he was always a sure
ground gainer and won more yards on
straight foot ball than any other man
on the team excepting only McLean. He
was not given an opportunity to kick
so could'hardly be expected to shine in
this department. With all he played a
good steady, conscientious, winning
game. Juttner, too, put up a mucht
better game at the end than he was
formerly credited with. His defense
was especially strong. -
Musical Clubs Wil Get to Work.
The University Glee, Banjo and Man-
dolin Clubs held a meeting in room 24
last evening and discussed the action
which the Administrative Board has
taken regarding the clubs' petition to
leave town. The board gave the clubs
permission to give a concert in De-
troit. They refused permission to go t
Grand Rapids and Chicago, but with
the understanding that they would be
more favorably inclined should th*
matter be again brought up at some
date subsequent to the cetroit concert.
It was decided to get down to practice
and work up a concert program. All
three of the clubs will hold two meet-
ings a week from now on.
The old time honored program will be
varied somewhat this year. In addi-
tion to the musical part it will prob-
ably contain a short curtaii raiser by
members of the Comedy Club, and
various skits will be introduced in the
Intermissions between the different
members. This will undoubtedly make
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
Considering the fact tha the men did
not get back until three o'clock yester-
day mrning the practie in the after-
noon was splendid. A special feature
was made of kicking goals during the
short time spent at the field. There
were three teams out and signal prac-
tice only was run through, there being
no line up. The most important change
in the line up was the playing of Wil-
son at guard on the 'Varsity. Hie is a
trifle light for the position but is a
strong aggressive player. The play
was fast and snappy and the coaches
think it angers well for the successful
conclusion of the season.
Sad Netos From France.
While the game was still in progress
en Franklin Field last Saturday a tele-
gram calling France home because of
his father's illness was received. It was
held back until the close of the game,
but then France left immediately for
his home in Decatur, Ind. A message
yesterday conveyed the sad intelligence
to his friends that he had arrived too
late to see hi father alive. France
many friends sympathie deeply with
him in his sad bereavement.
OF INTEREST TO
LOGES AND SOCIETIES,
The old adage of having greatness
thrust upon people can aptly be a -
plied to this simple scheme, that the
tmerchants whose names appear belov
have combined to give some society in
this city one of those $350 Ludwig pi-
anos. As was stated in these columns
last week, the winning society is de-
termined on the 2th of February, 1900,
by obtaining the greatest number of
votes; universal suicrage is practical
in this contest, and the only qualifica-
tion necessary to vote is to pay csh
for 10c. worth of gods at any of the
business places of the firm mentioned.
and of course 10 votes for $1.00, etc.
Officers of societies should bring this
scheme before the societies at once and
encourage united effort.
KOCK furniture,. carpets, picture
frames, unouldings, trunks and
WAHR & MILLER Shoes.
RINSEY & SEIABOLT Groceies.
Gto. HALLER Jeweler.
LAMB & SPENCER Grocers S.St.
MIEULIG & SCH MID Hardware.
DAVIM & SEA BOLT Grocery.
H USEL BROM Bakers.
MILLER & PRAY Grocers.
H.U. EXINGER Fair Store.
JOHNS ION & CO Groceries and
Meats, Forest ave.
The ANN ARBOR MUSIC GO.
C. A. HEN IICKS Milinary.
GOODRICH WALKER & MUR-
PHY Tailors, over First Nat. Bank.
W. N. SALISBURY Druggist,
We have w at you want.
over 70 different kinds.
STALBLCR & CO.
301 S. MAIN ST. I
FRIDAY, NOV. 17
Lieber and Co. will present Hall Caine's
A High Standard
of merit in clothes making is. gained
only by Continuous Effort. And so it is in clothes dealing. It re
quires continuous effort on our part to select that which is best from
the stocks of the many clothes makers in this country.
STEIN BLOCH CLOTHING
is without question the finest pro-
duced and is ahead in every respect of the averagethsade to-order
garments, at ab ut one-half the price. It is that kind of clothing
which the best dressers are looking for, and realizing this fact we
have this season purchased an unusual Large Stock of Stein Bloch Suits
and Overcoats and are in position to fit all shapes and forms from
our magnificent line of this high grade make.
Best Line of Furnishings and Caps.
Always come to us for the proper thing.
Lindenschmitt & Apfel
Lunch Counter in Connection
IVIHRbTICKETS. SHOEOH M R R lO1YIPTLY FLED
W. S. PARKER, Proprietor
709 North University Ave.
'ibe nefrehmetat aod at the Athletic Fiel will eudr stysprvisio again ths year.
Tt " 93.001and $3.50
Fits, Looks Best and Wears Longest
Wf1BF & MILLBR,
MONDfAY, NOV. 13.
NOW IS TIIE TIME TO BUY YOUR NEXT SEMESTER LAW BOOKS.
(New and Second-band).
IF YOU WANT TO SAVE MONEY
Every thing goes.
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O340 S. State Street,
Opp. Law Building. £RIACt
GAS AND ELECiRG LIGHTING SUPPLIES, SHADES,
PORTABLE LAMPS, ETC.,
A SPECIALTY. SANITARY PLUMBING, STEAM AND HOT WATOR HEATING. .
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Before buying your note books or lecture covers call In and see our new patent cover. The
paper does not tear or get misplaced as in the old style string note books.
Parker and Waterman Peps from $1.25 up. Wholesale apd Retail
Paper from 10 cents a Pound up.
F. J. SCHLEEDE, 340 South State Street.
ncert much more popular. The.
concert will probably be given
ening following the Junior Hop.
lee Club will go to Detroit next T e C ri i n