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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

2 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

- .-'~IMtt + to ceje the Indians, Princeton,. Harv-,rd
144, .~ *and Yale, with Pennsylvania and Corr-
,r rnell almost out of the race. In the
blilsed Dally (Sendeys excepted) during the west- Chicago, Wisconsie, Michigan and
CollegIEITYOFs, ut A possibly Minnesota orelilkelyinore,
THE NIVESIT OF ICHIAN. with Illinos and Northw estern already
OFFIE: The Inland Prest, Honning Bloc. left ie the rear.
Both Phones, 017. __________
- Criticisms and Notes on the Game.

Waukezie SH -S Wcke
Box Calf, Storm Calf, Russia Calf, and Vici, all Leather Lined-
FOR MEN SH E OER ME5N
$2.00, $2.25, $2,50, $2.98, $3.25 hand $3.50
Beat the world for wear, style, flit and finishs. One enamel col, locavy sole. Ex-
tension Et, Hand Sewed,$,3.10 Speciaul.
GLASS'S SHOE STORE lo9 SOUTH MAIN

MANAGING EDITOR.
FENEHARDs'0iL,
BUSINESS MANAGER.
0. 3. an, 's0.
EDITORS. .
ATHLETICS, , G.(. II.D n en 'I
T. R.weenntoW,'o L. A.. MCDneuAL,'S E
A. G. Deceas. '0. E. J. S. O Oo, 's,
L. J. MOsau\Eno,'O, 1V.DJ-.Dtacrsn,'00M,
he scosceeion priee ofties DALYes 5.0 lee
the olege ye, nith a reglr deliey eoe
non ecsesdy. Notties, comuniations, send
other tereiteded fcor eeblictio neeelhb
handeed In. ite tes~aro 11cc etous e oor
sale o he ediese before 3Ole. oth.e testay
peviosso hoe sowhech hey ae epeced eo
Subceptonsmayeee'leftlollus lhe DALYroffice,
MeyeseorStote newo'.teed, or wal steitess
Mnae.heletoebese wil confr a avItes iy
reltoetetgrcomtely tisofce aneey faiure o
careeere o deiepper.
Allechaees ine tee cleitet" matenicetie in
t ooec ob 4pTe.see theater jeioiato thee
OnWhche ttec aen.toaucar.
The Football Situation.
Thughi sr e early in the Sc.a-
son to dawe coeprsons in regard to
the College football teamns some idea
of ther relate standing can be cl-
taitned fromn Saturday's games. -
n the wet: Chicago Unirscity by
her defeat of Cornell, 0-, has made thee
best showing of the year among the
western teams. Cornell is not yet in
shape but s one of the "big" eaten
teamns when she is in shape.c
Michigan has a clean score of vic-
tories for the year. ht see far she has
not tat any large college. Wednesday
f Iis week she mees Notre Dame.
who ust defeated Lake Forest 01 to 0,
and who lionalready given Chicago a
close cab. The reslt of titl gacme may
be a basis of early conpariaioee bettetiot
OMicigan and Chicago. The Dunal coc-
parison will be their relative scors
agaienst Universiy of Pensyvateiaoee
Saurday.
Wiscntsnl defeated Noriesrec,
Sl to 0. Wisconsin an a strong teame
tend neat Satuday goes east o pay
Yale itn the firs0 game of te yearle-
ox-en east and we'st on eastern grons.
Yale isnot yet in condition as id shownt
by its game wih Datmteoth chet
won by the seal score of 12 to 0. If
Yale defeats the other bg eastern
teams and Wiscosin defeats the bcg
wesern teatns Iis game crll dcie 1110
national football cnapcctshp tise
year. The lMichigan-Penn i astiaatter
alsoay be the means of dong Iis
Northwestern, as usual incotintett
race. The sudens there lave no col-
lege spirit aed coeseauenly no colice
teams cof aeny acon.
Illinois is try docwn n the race ieee
honors. Her defeat by Indana of o 0tc
S has practically put lie ot. Ho-
ever she "Till meet stme of tec big
teams later and may take a brace be-
fore then.
n the east the Carlisle Idians, ust
nowa are in the front by defeating Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania 06-. Pennyl-
vania mes Michigan and Chicago ccf
the wetern teams, ohich games till be
a basis of comparion for the latter
teams twith the Indians.
Princeton in confident of defeating the
Indians net Saturday. If so, she till
be in the Denst rank of eastern football,
while Pennsylvania falls tee the third.
Princeton defeated Columbia Saturday,
10 to . Chicago plays Columbia, andI if
defeated will by cmparisn with
Princeton he in the third rank.
Mavard still has a clear record and
by deeting West Point Saturday, OS to
0, evidently an a good team. The east-
ern championship now seems tee lie be-

The game Saturday sheetred Michi-'
gan's line ta be tecak In the tackle po-
sition. The tackles in almost every ease
failed ts break up the interferenece and
it sodoe more to their being booed in
than to aenythi.ng else that floe endo
were circled as they wcre. Of wsa
throughe righet tackle too ihat MceCleary
founod host'oy tee blocking Keena's
punt.
The back,; had a tendency to give Ihe
plays awray and did not get started to-
gotber. ISeveral1 times in attempting tic
anticipate the play tiecytrere off their
feet too early and were hleklng up
wchen 11thaleras actually put into
playicigan sheered herself to be creak
1nte ckfel n leandling punts.
Often en gettong the ball the mess
docdged to cede sido instead of goieng
stracght ahcead.
Ivr meanetseem eodto twccrk fcorCeiti-
telf alone.Thocee .as cot the old spr~it
to hlcp one anothertee get en behitnd
anod cuth, that hap bestncte mocttno-
tieacble featuce of Mchigan's lplay in
vetos oap..
Ncct once tn the game was the Reserve
fullback knocked Iotc'r after punting.
li-a totleft Ire to chae'dwcnlithe fheld
ts he oulendend coften htd thse ball on
tide before the Mitchigtan backts had sc-
cured i
NteecData eerieceels tat on the side
lenes and rjicedeatlbhe poee ahoorocog
incadtehaMiechiegan.tOefltconfideent
that Noire Dame hatsta good cbtance of
v,'tetng seat We dnesday.
Clisby stippede bark fromc guard tee
punt for WaterndcRieerve, rS'tribinger
taking liesllacceo ite lie.
Ienstrad of using bee froth neon at lice
cte ccfthe gae Malcheiganeo oade in-
effectual refesris icegain by giting 'White
anSne ows the basllcchlon 'thoyreqouite
exhausted.

' rF:"F:;here nsw is particularly- fasni
- because oue stock is sD resie
fresh, so full nf new things. "I
us to have n-hat you cwant."
NeIL wea
5)0C e
75e Scotch Madras, $1.o0, $1.50 and

snating
irkably
Exapect
$2.eo

$1.00
$1.50
Hosiery- - --

Sweaters
The LargeSt and

Wool and Cotton Best Line in the
Plain and Fanny City
15, 25, 50, 75cs, $1.00
Noble's Star Clothing House
1-2 Pricg ~ I'L~.L 1-2 Price
VON HOLST U. S. Constitutional & Political.
Historyj.

HISTOLOGY,
BIOLOGY,
BACTERIOLOGY
Supplies anu Dissectinsg
Inistrumnats.
'leW ecoaroecio tcc foods.
Wte gato eiote price.
J. J. QuillRRY,
Ce. v ?-F c.tT& Drr bTM.E
LYON &COMPANY.
217 & 2i3 VEN ETIAN.BLW0.
CH-I ICAGO
CALKINS SELLS THEN

8 VOLS A V $12.CO
(While t hey Last.)
LLAGA& C0.,
Ann Arbor Branch, La Book Ptublishcers.
340 Stats Street -- Opposite Law Building.
GAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHTING SUPPLIES, SHADES,
A SPECIALTY.t1SAITARY PLUMBt~ING, STE5IAMecAND T rAThEs TI~NG.
J. F. SCHUH, 207 C. WASHINGTON ST.
Schleecl's.
Newv
~ Patent
Lecture
* Booh
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Porker ond Wterman Peps from $1.25 up. Wholesole oqd Retoili
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