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November 17, 1899 - Image 1

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U. of M. Daily, 1899-11-17

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H Fine Fall and Winter H
E Suitings, Golf Suts, E
Fancy Vestings.
A Ap
A We Carry the Largest A
I Stock I
In the City. L
We make a specialty of
Chocolates as a side line.
We sell lots of them and
our stock is always fresh.
Lowney's,Allegretti's and
Kuhn's always in stock..
Wilder's Pharmacy
THEODDFor oeealwccks w aven
T HE 0 LUDi~ beyraarirswi
seanlsaingisa stork car the
REIBEbays, and now are ready with
R. E. JOLLY & CO.'
Sa ve TYomur
hot0rap hs
that you have taken.
If they are mounted on
cards your friends can bor-
row or beg them.
An Album
will keep them. Albums
don't cost so much in the
end. We sell them.
Calkins' Pharmacy

Prepare to Root at Tomorrow's
Game-Band, Badges, Banners.
Tomorrow's final class game will
probably.-be attended by more excite-
ment than any played in recent years.
Though some good foot ball will doubt-
lessly be displayed, it is not that so
much, as the class rivalry that will
make the contest interesting.
The '00 laws, already , holding the
record for demonstrative class spirit,
are preparing to outdo all prvious per-,
formances. Practically the entire senior
law class will attend in a body, and De
prepared to run things their own wan.v
The most elaborate preparations hav
been made. A band has been organizedI
in the class and will play the accom-
paniment to the-class songs. The fol-
lowing song has been prepared by a
committee and will be sung to the tune
of the "'Hot Time."
(Air-Hot Time.)
I. Oh there's going to be a meeting o
the bad, bad laws today,
So you cheap Tits. scratch you noodles
and get ready for the fray,
Though you skinned your cheap lit.
sophomores, today you'll bite
the dtsot,
For we've got "Red" Howell with us
and there are no lics on us.
So yell, las, yell, for Cogshall's got
the ball.
Rah, rah, raht Oh svon's they take
a fall,
For when we hit their line, there'll
be no line at all,
There'll be a touchdown in no time
at all.
Then cheer, laws, cheer for "Cap"
Mohr and his erew', and
Tell like h-1, forworkhowa'aorwo
can do, and
'er this night is o'er, we'll buy them
Schlitz's brew,
There'll be a touchdown in no time
at all.
II. Oh just watch the smile that "Bill"
Day wears; the grin on "Fat"
Smith's face
As the lits. lug rotten players off, and
worse ones take their plae,
Oh, just watch the run that Hat ts-
burg makes; lits, don's you feel
When ae rush the ball right down
the heid
Ain't this a bitter pill?.
Each member of the class will be
provided with a copy so all may sine.
Several hundred badges have been
prepared. Every loyal law is to wear
one during the game and keep it as
a souvenir afterwards.
The badges are a wide band of yellow
and blue ribbon. Lengthwise in largo
letters is printed
Above this '00 Law vs. '01 Lit., Nav.
18, 1899, and "We Are Bad," "We
Drink Blood." At the lower end are
two lines as follows: "We Want Res-


was again at left guard with Seigmund Tickets for Wisconsin Game will be
in his accustomed place at hight guard. Placed on Sale Monday.-No
Wilson is playing a strong game in the Game with Chicago this Vear.
opposition and will probably stay there. Manager Baird reports an unusually
It is more than probable that France great demand for tickets for the Wis-
will be played at fullback if he returns. conein-Michigan game, and from pros-
Burns was tried at left end for a while ent indication altthe reserved seals
when he a .as replaced by Teete will be sold long before the game.
Teetzel started in at right half going to There is an especial interest manifest-
end later. Sweeley took his place at ed by people outside of Chicago, and
half,. Towards the close of the practice many seats have been ordered by ot-
Whitewuse relieved at fullback by side people. This large early sale need
Sweeley, Hernstein going to half. not alarm students at Ann Arbor as
While playing end Teetzel was again several large sections of the best seats
injured in his ankle, Be anilbe on- have been set aside for Michigan and
able to play again this season, as he is Wisconsin undergraduates and will not
unable to walh wihtut crutches. Bit be offered to the general public until
loss is keenly felt, because of his use-
after the students h'ave had a chance
fulness, but especially for his faithful at them.Tte seats will not, an at-
ness and determination, as he was al- rounced yesterday, be placed on sale at
ways i uting and determined even Ann Atbor at once. But on Saturday,
when suffering from on injured ankle, or Monday at the latest, the seats re-
Hugh White has quite recovered from served for Ann Arbor are expected hire
the injury to his knee and will be in the and will be placed on sale at Sheehan's.
game from now on. Those having friends out of town for
Totemic Column at the Museum. wvhom they wish to secure seats at
once may have them reservad by ad-
Few of us have the previlege of visit- dressing stamped check payable. to
ing the villages of the Tlingit Indian" Ward Hughes, to room 59, 94 LaSalla
of Southern Alaska, but the fora- street, Chicago,
thought and generosity of our repre- The usual excursion rate of $5 for the
sentative upon the Harriman-Alaska round trip will be offered by the Michi-
Expedition, Mr. Leod J. Cole, assistant gan Central. Railroad tickets tiay be
in Zoology, has made it possible for all secured after Monday from the grade'
to study a fine example o-f their Tote- ate manager.
tic carving, When asked regarding the resumption
The Totemic column which today has of athletic relations with Chicago, ha
been placed in the Museum, was taken said: "It is certain there will be na
crom a house in a deserted village, near game with Chicago this year." He de-
Cape Fox, Alaska, by Mr. Cole. clared that was final and the talk of
It is en"entially a small Totem pole Chicago playing the winner of the
for interior decoration. It was found il Thanksgiving game may be dismissad
front of one of the posts which support as a dream.

the roof, and is significant of ths
wealth of the house owner. The house
from which this one was taken con-
tained two such columns.
The Totem represents a bear sitting
upon its haunches and grasping with
its fore paws the arms of a man, the
lower dart of whose body has disap-
peared into the bear's mouth. The
grieved expression given him by the
etggraver suggests his fear of further
disappearance. According to the Alts-
kan belief, each family is descended
from some animal, the image of which
becomes a Totem. Although the ex-
pense involved frequently causes great
privations for many years, the making
and erecting of such columns and the
exterior Totem poles, gtatifies the higl.-
est ambition of the Alaskan Indian as
it places him in the rank of a petty
chief. Contact with civilization and the
infienc e of missionaries, is doing mueh
to weaken the belief in Totems, and wry
are very fortunate in securing so fine
an emblem. Besides our obligation to
ir. Cole in securing the specimen, we
are indebted to the founder of the ex-

Brig. General Ch'arles King.
The fifth number of the S. L. A
course will be filled tonight by Brig.
Gen. Charles King of Philippine fam.
Having written many thrilling are
stories he is perhaps as well known'n as
an author as a soldier. He has recent-

pect," "Don't Get Fresh." Besides pedition, Mr. E. H. Harriman, for as ly returned from the Philippines atd
these 20 yellmasters' badges and a generosity in meeting all expense of will speak upon "The Volunteer at
number of "1900 Law Police" have been transportation from Alaska to Ann Manila."
provided. Several banners with appro- arbor.Nothing is so interesting as personal
Philosophy of priate legends will also be carried by experiences and hence this will un-
the legal students. In short the senior Important Notice. doubtedly be one of the best number
H- istory . laws are going out to root as a class All members of Alpha Nu Society on the course.
who wish to enter the preliminary de- General King is a graduate of hest
As Introduction Is tks never rooted before, and the rest of rho bates of the Michigan-Pennsylvania Point and has been in the United
Philosophical laws will help, contest may hand in their names to any States Army all his life. Several years
-uofof the following officers of the society'
Study of Teetzle Injured Yesterdar-Will be Mr. Diehl, Mr. Sweat, Mr. Trumble or ago while fighting Indians he was
Politics Unable to Plag thia Season. Mr. Hollister. All names must be in be severely wounded and avas retired as a
7:30 Saturday evening, Nov. 18, and at captain of cavalry, but at the outbreak
By ALePIE' i1. Los. author of "Citizen. The 'Varsity yesterday spent most of that time everybody must be present
ship and Salvation," and "Dynamec of the recent war with Spain he was at
Idealism." the afternoon in punting and signal to draw places. Entrance after that
pratie.Thy ind p ora igt.date wil be impssble the head of the Wisconsin militia and
12 Mo. 254 Pages. $1.00. practice, They lined up far a light d wi mpossibe. was. appointed Brigadier-General by
AHREpractice a few minutes. Hugh White The final game for the class char.- President McKinley and served with
was at right tackle in the absence of .earked ability under Gen. Otis.
Capt. Steckle. Cunningham did not pionship will be played Saturday fore- Gen. King will speak in the full uni-
.li h .y stin nor did Stree. Their places wars noon at 1 0 O'clock at the Athletic form of a brigadier-general of theU. 5,
Publisher to the University of Michigan l no rta T.h-- - a c.. r ..,.... i i... rmy and his lecture will be of pro-

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