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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY,

s with many aetopoing tam hOape
E .f wnung frin Cicag. MeliganI
is on the list. Weghs 156 pounds and
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during is 5 feet 9% inches tall. He is also a
the College year at ) member of the baseball and track
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, teams.
OFFICE: Times building, 329 5. Main St. be. Cavanagh, the center rush, weighs
tween Liberty ad William Sts 240 pounds and is 5 feet 10 inches tall.
MANAGING EDITOR Played against Michigan last year and
J. F. TuoMA, '00 L. - is responsible for the safety scored.
BUSINESS MANAGER Strongest center Chicago has had.
0, H. HAs,'00 L. Gordon Clarke, a brother of Chi-
EDITORS cago's famous pitcher, "tkey" Clarke,
I, 1. SKILLMAN, '98 L., Athletics. now taking the law course hete t
E.r L MEi 01,9 L. - - Tusday Micigan, plays lthe quarter position,
G. D. HUDNUTr. '00,. - Wednesay and is the best, beyond doubt, Chicago
T. R. Woonaw, ', - - Thursday :has ever had. His passing is fault-
A. CAMBELL,'9, - - - - Friday esad'i eeasi ftebs.
I. A. CAMBELL,'5,- - - Saturday
__Menber of baseball team also. Weighs
IM) pounds, 5 feet 9% inches tall.
Mortimer, tackle, weighs 180 pounds
The subscription price of the Daily is $2.50 and is 5 feet 10 inches tall. Played
for the college year, with a regular delivery against Michigan last year. Has de-
before noon each day. Notices, communica-
tions, and other matter intended for publica- veloped into a strong player.
tion must be handed in at the Daily office be- Webbthe other tackle, Is-another
fre 8 p. in., or mailed to the editor before 3 Webthohrtakisatlr
p. ., of the day previous to that on which old player and is strong. Is 5 feet 10
sy are expecte to aeet at The Dayinches tall and weighs 175 pouds.
Office Meyers or Stoffiet's Nestand, or Hmled ssd ob necl
with iuines sManager. Suberibers wll co- Haill, end, is sad to e an excel-
fer a favor by reporting promptly at thin lent player and a fast runner. His
office anv failure of carriers to deliver paper. ru aebe ogradsaelr1
__________________________runs have been longer a'nd more bril-
The next nlumber of Ie Daily 'ill (iant than those of any other Chi-
Te seo onday, o 29. Daily cagoan. Weighs 174 and is t feet 1
be issued an Monday, Nov. 21 et,. hegt
_____________ l~is n height.
MICHIGAN VS. CHICAGO. Garry, the other ed, is a freslman,
MICHGAN S. CICAG. obt is a strong player. Weighs 140
and is 5 feet 9 inhes tall.
(Continued from first page). Iowdish and Speed, the guards, are
candidates in college. He hits the line playing for the first year and are es-
hard and is a fair pnter. He playe pecially strong on defensive play. The
full back on the Negaunee Hign Sheol former is 5 feet 10 inches tall and
team. Is 21 years old, weighs 1G5 weighs 192 pounds, while the latter
pounds and is 5 feet 8 inches tall. weighs 172 pounds and is 5 feet 7%
A. C. Steckles, '01 M., of Freeport, inches in height.
Mich., is one of the strongest tackles Gardner, half-back, is not only a
in college, but is barred from 'Vai- splendid line bucker, but is a punter
sity playing this year because of the almost the equal of Herschberger. Ile
residence rule. He played four-years is catcher on tle baseball team and
on Olivet College team and was cap- has a splendid record. Stands 5i feet
tam last year. Is 25 years old, weighs 9 inches tall and weighs 10 pounds.
172 pounds and is 5 feet 8 inches in Kennedy, the oter half-back, played
height. last year, but because of injuries ook
W. 1S. Talcott, '01, is another Engle- no part in the Michigan game. It a
wood boy and was for three years0 good player, weighs 19 pounds and is
quarter on the High School team. Ile 5 feet 11 incIes tall.
is a willing player and will, in time, 'Chicago's substitutes are Aderson.
make a valuable. quarter-back. Is 19 Fox, Hack, Davis. Stacks, Lyman, Boe
years old, weighs 150 pounds and is 5 gat and Cleveland.
feet 9 inches tall.
F. N. Savage, '98, Chicago, Ill., has WANTED-30 lady boarders at spec-
had considerable football experience, ial rates. Enquire at 215 S. State St.
having played on the Irving Park team
one year, his class team two years, IF YOU WANT THE BEST
and was a sub on last year's 'Varsity. FRATERNITY STATIONERY
He plays center and seems to know FATER S O
the game, but is too light, weighing ADGES OR PINSd
only 175 pounds. Is 21 years old and send toi
is 0 feet tall. SMITH, STURGEON & CO.,a
23, 239, 241 Woodard Ave.. Detroit. f
Arthur Ganlsehaw, 99 I,, plays end h 2.Ii1'oadAe.Dtot
thereerveshand, in the elysea- Designs and estimates furnished on all work
On the reserves, and i the early sea- of this kind.c
son was the equal of any. His later
work has not been up to standard. He 1 f . 1 4
puts life into his work and will show C
up well in another year. Height 5 feet CHAMOIS SKINS
10 inches, weight 160 pounds.
J. M. Thomas, '98, Michigan's well
known sprinter, has not played much We have just received the
this year, devoting most of his time to the finest lot of chamois V
coaching the scrubs. Played two __that we ever had. By buy-
years on his class team. Weight 105 .---gha harer nube we gor
pomnds, height 5 feet 11i nches. Was , themcheaper than we ever
unfortunate in having his shoulder 9 oWehaveomrked temo
blae dslcatd n Mndy'sprctie. We 'have marked them to
llade disloated ill Mo y's practice sell at retail as low as some 9
Chicago statistics. wholesale dealers sell them
The Chicago teame is captained by by the dozen. If you need
Hersebberger, of Peor, Ill., the home a chamois of any size for T
of Michigan's ex-Captain "Johnnie" any purpose it will pay
Wombacher. Herchberger plays the you to see these. 5c to $.
full-back position, and is best known
through his ability to use his "good CALKiNS PHARMACY f
right lbg." This latter instrument of-V LUV
tootbalI warfare has played havoc-

CfINTBRSHOES!T
-OF--
Every DeScription.
A LARGE LINE OF
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109 N. Main Street. Opposite
the Court House.
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You might he prejudiced against the
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We've cloths and patterns of the highest
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methods. In price they are as reasonable as
fine clothing can be sold.
$15.00, $18.00 and $20.00.
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Price 135.
Typewriter Machines
Equal any of the high-priced machines is scapity
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d n ing AIRN & C Cen ra ens on a hrhe t
J.fS.u I is AM,ar s.ton th Ave., Local Aent e m aer.
GEE WHIZ 1 IS HELL FULL?-
Henry Irving was playing in "Faust" at a London theater and, while
descending into the infernal regions, for some reason or another the trap
in the stage failed to work, leaving half of his person in full view of the
audience. Some fellow in the gallery hollowed out, "Gee whiz Is hell
full?" It is a hard question for us at the present time to answer; but there
is one thing that we are sure of, that SARG'S CORN PLASTERS will remove a
corn with less inconvenience and with better results than anything on the
market. Get a sample at J. L. SKINNER's or at your shoe dealer and try
it for yourself. 1 dozen plasters 25c.
PARISIAN REMEDY COMPANY,
208 Randolph Street.Chicago, Ill. Sole Selling Agents.
THIS COLD, DAMP, ATMOSPHERE IS AN INDICATOR; INDICATING THAT
YOU SHOULD DRESS MORE COMFORTABLE. WE HAVE THE: NECESSARY
CLOTHINGIBE IT UNDERCLOTHES, CLOTHES, OR OVERCLOTHES-WE HAVE THE
LARGEST LINE IN THE CITY.
CUTTING, REYER & CO.,

201 and 203 South Main Street..

- Ann Arbor, Filch-

UNIVERSITY SHOES .
$ * Heaviest Russia Calf, Colored Leather, French
Enamel, Box Calf-Water Tight Construction,-
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