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2 THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

Published Daily (Sundiays excepted) during
the Colegs year. at
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN,
Depiri: Times bulding, 329 S. Main St. be-
tween Liberty and William Ste
MANAGING EDITOR
J. F. TAOoAS, 'lb L.
BUSINESS MANAGER
0.11. HANS, 'to L
EDITORIS
H. Bi. SssstuAN, 'SO L., Athletics.
E. L. OnspEan, '03 L. - - Monday
BUTLER LAun, 'b, - - Tuesday
0. D. HDNtsssr, '05. Wdneday
P. R. Woocoow, '5, Thursday
A. CAMrnnL, '9, - - - -Frday
I. A. CArni, '0, - - - Saturday
The subscription price of the Daily is 42.10
for the college year, with a regslar delivery
before noon each day. Notices, communica-
tions, and other matter intended for publica-
tion must be handed in at the Daily office be-
fose d p. in., or mailed to the editor before 3
p. in., of the day previous to that on which
they are espected to appear.
Subscriptions may he lft at The Daily
Office, Meyers or Stoflt's Newstand, or1
with Business Manager. Sibribers will co-
fer afavor by reporting promptly at this
office anv failure of carriers to deliver paper.
Tine football seasoii is over an
Mlihgail takes thiird p1hlcc ini chain-
pisnill race. 'Wisconisinl is unqunes-
tioiiabily the chaidiilon, Chicago couses
se'cond, aniid Illinois is fourth. Alichi-
grn has no excuse ts offer for her de-
feat oii Thansiksgiving; she woo beateni
fairly andS squarely by a belier teas.
It is lrue that Chicago's score was dlue
largely ts iterschberger's place-kicks,
but those ,could niever heave' been imiade
hot for a stione-wail lite.
Several pinlts have coame iii in coa-
ijectioii with the Chicago gamle which
_lravio arotised considerable discussionl.
Tlir first of -these is ihe tprovic' Of
the plalce-kick. The words of Cotci
Stagg probably give the geieral son-
Cecnsus of Opinisn on this'qutetio:
"1 don't think multch of tlie droll
_kitk ir of thie fiel goal by pslace kick.
IthIbink it svouil hi- wvell to abolish i.
'flat maly Sostind Strailg frmn Cli-
cag's camiii, but wve realice that is-c
hay-c oinly showln 1101 lhis, lhe weaik-
est port of the game, can be usedi and
made to offset any anioinst of straight
fiiotball. tt is the easiest ting in thi'
world to work op a train oil na I tMa
stirrised Iliat the eastern loomDs havie
noit takten it np. If it is 'to he allowved,
the gaise will become va series of pl1ace-
kicks withli tg scores."
Shall the gismle be pla~yed hereafter
in the Coliseum? It wvoultd he well 10
leaive the idecision of this quesisi in-
ili next year. Michigan may by thast
tine have as good a kicker as C hicago
atnd coisiitions will tiea he eqnal. A
gaiie outside siiider stichi woollier cai-
ditions as have prevailed on Thanos-
giving for the list tsvo years would
list be very attractive.
The thiird quiestion that is being dis-
etissed is wliether it would cot bc well
'for Atichig ia to aoept lile plan folloiw-
ed lay Chicago and -11isionils anil
phasie the general niiiagemnelt f att-
Iles ill the hiands of a 111011 rho
would, stay from year te yiear, Ta-ther
.than contistie itie preset syseml of
trusting everything to ais. irrestaionile
and constantly ei.inging board.
All- these mutters sliould lie thor-
oughly considered by the stiident bedy
and if possible somve actian sholdb lI
token upon them.1

Thu Trip to Chicago.
'The service given the football excr-
soiists by ti Michigana Cetal ofi
cals Wedneday woo the liebI thaias
ever been offer ed.
rThe1 excursion train consis ted of te
coachies. The football team occpied
oni,, the Psi U frate rity another, is
genleraliptarlor car was a third, a dii-
lug car a fourth, two ars for ladies
aiii escorts a fifth aiii sixth, a diting
car made the seventh and three crs
were given over to the "iolig niob.'
'he troit was in charge of two special
officials of the Micign Central pis-
entger delllrirtn and they saw t i
elit oideail fin- ele comfort of the
extcursiniss oas iiiglecledl.
Stos were made at Jackson, Kla-
maoo, Niles anid Michign (ity, iiii
in ;just six aindlone-hlsf hors' aeter
liavinig Ainn Aitho, le special tiin-
deredintlsl the 53rd S. staioen at Ci-
The Michilgais Central's service in the
dining car was par excellence. 'The
football team, coaches oand trainers
sat dewn at dinner at 11:15 o'cock.
Aftir they had uinshed the ladies and
their escorts were given preferenec by
reqiiost of Mtainiger tiogis and then
the gentlemen were allwed to enter.
The rsneiiicrel was a siecially printed
U. of Al. card with a atlnis s cee
applearilg ltereoii and otade neal
soiiveiirs of the pleaalttrip.
Jst 440 Stdents were on the tliain
anld they iased liii time in yeliiie,
singing, cocci playing ad finicli-oa
inching. At Ch2ioiimiist of lh i-
ints stepped altli eadarelso
the teaii, the Chiago Beach 21o~l
which has the honor of "iltrtinig "Al
tie big teaiis tht play iiite li
oi-iii. 'Te tickes oere good 01lal
trains retunin~g liii te today aiid thise
swhooweit hae been straggling bc
by various trains.
High Schools to Debate.
1+acilty idelegates froiii'the six ia
Scolss of ay City, Eatss Saginaw,
GtrantS tapids tontiac Detroit ailS
Ani Arbor ise here Sariay after
nooneiland roiisiilil'l rel'iinry ati-
anugenieni-s for all itai'nigeiiooie
oratorical association, hi be known as
the 1eiiiisiiaDebating Leage.
IF YOU WANT THE BEST
FRATERNITY STATIONERY,
BADGES OR K.NS
Send to
SMITH, STURGEON & CO.,
to, 2a, t4o Woodrd Ave.. Detroit.
Designsod estimates furnished on all wok
othis kind
°CHRISTMAS'
°KODAKS.EUU.
We have an answer to the?
I question, "What shllIS
boy for Christmas"' A
camera is the one thing
that everybody wants andy
that everybody enjoys
° whein le gets it. Now that
a good camera an be had
for from $4 to $8 it is poss-
Y ble for most anyone to giv e
one at Christmas. If your
'friends have cameras why
'not get an album for allY
their prints.9
Camera catalogs free. j
CALKINS' - PHARMACY

LDJNTERSHOEST
-of-
Every Description.
ltu~ A LARGE LINE OF
CY O HOES
5EE OURt wlxuow?
BDEAL'S SHIOE STORE,
__________________________________the Court House.
Ou-dr Clothes

Posess an indescribable-something which
sta omps them as highi class. It is the result of
Tailoring Art.
o You might he prejudiced against the,
ready made-not against the clothing of our
sort.4
S We've cloths and patterns of the highest
grade. In cut we follow the latest
methoids. In price they are as reasonable as
fine clothing can he sold.
$15.00, $18.00 and $20.00.

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No1 ei o iiti.ll

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' eeberdonyy, Blickensderfer...
fTypewriter Machines N
Equal iiy of the iih-pricm ieinisfiaaity'
,... ~aid qualiy of workand esmei tihes is nicesmec
S;-Practil, low-primed, portale, keybard mnilies.'
'atush a IsTnness A£SSCsASAcT&s.
No Ribbon . No - s. ZraPie lhSesnlcst
Wrting always i8 Un ivsaleybo jes
" ' e bt. . r - Price, $50.00.
a T"-jsitrcaneale.s e
29,00 Sn~din Tw Year. VIoikinbensse
nu~mnsmamenn Wsprinng.n
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GEE WHIZ! I S HELL FUL,..ss
Henry Irving was playing in "Faust" at a London theater and, while
descending into the infernal regions, for some reaeon or another the trap
in the siege 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 re-sults, thamn anything on the
mnarket. 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, Il1. Solo Selling Agents.
THIS COLD, DAMP, ATMOSPHERE IS AN INDICATOR; INDICATING THAT
YOU SHCULD DRESS MORE COMFORTABLE. WE HAVE THE: NECESSARY
CLOTHINGItBE IT UNDERCLOTHES, CLOTHES, OR OVERCLOTHES-WE HAVE THE
LARCEST LINE IN THE CITY.
CUTTING, REVER a CO.,

201 and 203 South Main Street..

" - Ann Arbor, Milch

~HE felt foundation on which these shoee are built prevents taking cold,

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"Fallen Among Thiovos" att
Athens Theater tonigt

A'chill proof, damp proof, heavy and dressy. They are the best for
Fall and Winter wear.
Russian Calf, French Enamel, Box Calf, they are $5.00.
vim. J .APRnILL.
fig-EAST WASHINGTON STREET.

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