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VOL. IV.--No. 46.



KANSAS NEXT SATURDAY. will take advantage of this oppor-
Our Most Important Game of the tunity and offer work in competition.
Season-Kansas has a Literary contributions of a humor-
Strong Team. ous character, and sketches and
This year our most important drawings are received and credited
game both financially and socially, in the competition.
will not occur as usual on Thanks- The Wrinkle this week will be on
giving day, but will be our game sale as usual on Friday morning.
with Kansas university at Kansas It will contain many interesting fea-

City, next Saturday, the ath. Ex-
tensive arrangements have been
made by those in charge in Kansas
City, and the game will attract a
large crowd and excite great interest
throughout the West.
While not very much is usually
heard of the Kansas university team,
it is never far behind the best of
western teams. The showing made
by Kansas earlier in the season was
a very creditable one, she being
beaten by Minnesota only by 12-6
and by Baker 14-12. The strength
of the teams that Minnesota and
Baker send out is well known.
Within the past few weeks Kansas
has improved greatly, and is now
winning from all the western univer-
sities. Her second game with
Baker, for Nov. 7th, was forfeited.
The Kansas team is regarded as a
very strong, heavy team and one up
to all the points of the game. Theyj
have a full-back who is noted for his
hard playing and splendid kicking,
he having once kicked a goal from
the center of the field. They have
been coached this season by Shep-
herd, the old Cornell player.
Our men are improving daily over
their already excellent form and will
be in shape by Saturday to give
Kansas a hard game. In lining up
in the snow yesterday, Ferbert got a
badly strained ankle in the first
down. It is not so bad as first1
thought, however, and it is expected
that he will be in shape to play by
Wrinkle Editors.
The Wrinkle board held a meet-
ing last evening and chose W. C.
Campau and H. C. Ryan to places
on the board. Two places still re-
main to be filled, and these will be
filled, like the others, by competi-
tion. Work already done will
count in competition for these
places, and those who have submit-
ted work should not be'discouraged
as there is still a chance. At the
same time it is hoped that others

tures, including a double page car-
toon. A complete review will ap-
pear in tomorrow's DAILY -
In Place of Prof. Stanley.
Owing to poor health, Profes-
sor Stanley has been obliged to give
up his concert before Unity club
till further notice. The club, how-
ever, takes great pleasure in being
able to secure in Prof. Stanley's
place for next Monday evening,
Mr. Max Winkler, 'of the Univer-
sity, who will give a talk upon the
'Religious and Political Agitations
now Prevalent in Germany." Mr.
Winkler gave this talk on Nov.
17th, before the Young Men's Lib-
eral Guild, of Ann Arbor, and it
was pronounced a most able and
interesting treatment of this most
vital subject, interesting at least to
all students of modern European
Graduate Reception.
The next S. C. A. reception will
be on Friday evening, when the
graduate students of all departments
with a number of members of the
faculty, will be received. An at-
tempt has been made to secure a
complete list of graduates, but natu-
rally there will be some omissions,
so if any one does not receive an
I invitation, he should understand
that a cordial welcome is extended
to him as well as to others.
Glee Club Concerts.
The Glee and Banjo clubs are
practicing this fall more diligently
than ever before. Both clubs prac-
tice for more than an hour every
evening and for several hours on
Saturday. The clubs will make
their first public appearance at
Pontiac on Nov. 29. They will
perform at Port Huron on Thanks-
giving evening and at Flint on
Dec. n. Saginaw and Bay' City
will be visited on Friday, Dec. 8,
and Saturday, Dec. 9.

Athletics Placed more under Con- A CAR LOAD OF
trol of Authorities.-No Hos-
tile Attitude Intended. ERIE + PIANOS
At the meeting of the University JUST RECEIVED.
senate on Monday evening, at which Cases in Oak, Mahogony, Wanut andBtack.
the subject of athletics was the To Rent or for Sale. Prices Right. That's fair.
principal topic under consideration,
it was voted to place athletics here-
after more completely under the '1
supervision of the faculty. The 51 South Main St.
plan adopted is to have athletic in-
terests placed under a new board of
control, to consist of five members
of the faculty chosen from the sen-
ate, and four students to be selected
by the University Athletic associa-
The faculty members will be ap- 1 . 3
pointed by Pres. Angell the last of when you wnttheLatestMetropoitanstyles
the week to serve for the remainder oe$2 $3, $d nets shoes at te InoSt a pttr les
titan AntntArbor prices send for Catague Is
of the year.
In response to the question put
by a DAILY representative, Secre- , Co
tary Wade said, "This is a board 101, 183-I85 WoOwtnD Ave.,
of control, we have had enough of DETROIT, - - MICHIGAN.
advisory boards." -----N OT I CE !-
Only a short time was spent in We are here to stay. We are prepared to
give aclass of work to the trade of this city
the discussion of athletics and noth- uneiualed byany ottter house ever located
ing was stipulated as to the specifie Amerca and attpiesotern d by oodsor
duties of the board. pricedesired. Rine Custom Tailoring by
From extravagant reports that
have obtained circulation in the AN . vA STREET.
city, a false impression has already
been created regarding the import-
ance and effect of such action, and
the idea has already gained preva-
lence among the students that this
board intends to impose rigid re- Artistic Photographer, 6 E. HURON ST.
strictions upon all athletics at the
University. Such magnified reports HOT LUNCHES
are without foundation, and no stu-
dent need feel any alarm at the Lowney' T -hoColat
attitude assumed by the faculty. TUTTLE'S
The Webster Program. 48 STATE St.
The Webster society meets tonightjjON 'T W....
at 7:30. The following programJT
will be rendered:
Music, Mr. Edwards; Declama-
tion, J. L. Deck; Recitation, C. W. NOW IS YOUR CHANCE!
McKnight; Oration, C. W. Chap-
man; Vocal solo, Mr. Bechemger;
Debate, "Resolved, that the At- 305 New Sweaters, latest nyles, just re-
titude of the Administration in the ceived at
Hawaiian Matter be Commended."
Af., J. H. Lawman, J. G. Wine-
Neg., C. K. Freidman, M. H. Har- W A HRnS
All the covered seats for the Yale- UNIVERSITYBOOKSTORE
Princeton game have been applied


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