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Michigan Daily, 1907-11-03

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?R~ MYeW!t~A1# SfAL? ___________________

G. HI. Wild Comfpany
The Largest Stock
inthie City
of
Exclusive Styles in
WOOLENS
For Gentlemen's Wear
Everything required for Suits,
Overcoats, Fancy Vesting, and
Trouserings, and of high cfass
fabrics and speciat styes.
Full Dress Suits a
Specialty
G. H. Wild Comfpally
311 Soth State Street
A
Few
Passe Partout
Pictures
comprising prists-
Christy and Gibson
Drawings some hand
colored sketches and
p ictures of the
Madonnas, worth 35
to 50 cents, we arc
closing out at
10 cents each.
AT
Sheehan & Co.
Student Bookstores
S A. G. .
(7rIASPALDI1NG
rMC & BROS. F
The Largest Manufacturers in the World
of Offcial Athletic supplies
Base Bal, Foot Bali, Golf, Lawn
Tennis, Basket Bal, Hockey
Official lsstmrorts fr Track ad Field Sport
Uniforsms for alt Sports. Spaldin'sHasdtosry
Illustrated Cataloue of alt sports sutains n-
mesrous sugestions. Sed for it. -It's fre.
A. . SPALDING & BROS.
New York, Otcao, St. Lsails, San ~ranciso,
Miinteapottfeeer, Idatal. Syracse, Pits-
burg,-Phttaselpkta, BIfu .Cincinnati, talti-
stre, twsttnton, fnas City, Cee atd,
New Orleats, Dtroit, Mtotstpa, Canada.

ITHE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Mnagsng Edsfor--PA~c, iSCOTMownEn
Bssiress Manager-C. E. Wsxs'v~u.
News- .........'......'. A. I+. 'Ritlhi
Athletics.,.,,..Wiliamt F. Gradolrph
Sporting ....Clarence F. Eldridge
Exchatnge........1. Johsn Wamnold
Mu1vsic and Dama.....Roy D. Wels
Womer's Editor. .. Louiste Van Voorhis
EnITOI STAFF ,
J. W. McCandless Elmer C. Adams
Johnt F. ,Wr Robert H Catcy
NIGHsTrr cIrcus
Hiram S. Cody George H. Hobart
Chaucey Bouchler B. G. R. Willianso
Eun'efT0
L. C. Reid Lee A Wlite
Raymond Visscher M. B. McHugh
A. L. H-ainine Robert Motstier
l~owell J. Carr tDonaldt L. Kiney
J It. Prscott
BUSINESS STAFF
John F. Wr Carl H. Adam
Harold P. Goutld
Address: MCHIGuAN DottY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street.
Managers I-ours : -a p. in., 7-8 p. m.
daily, except Sunday. Both phones
Lets atecsvry Xicliganttstatt attc
:AlutArborutesaion tuday, gad ge that
gloriousteaum tf otis a welcome tatu
shlrb oar tt of te amie ad of th
plaerto.et'orktchIas.earetriftesap
potyaty ad admtifratio.
s'rl1ttW cS :S) .5.Niti(t.
tI~tttoatotbeeetat te tuttn of
Vatttdertilt are dsetly fitrt bythteit' ti-
feat. anttite ry ftcithat this Cal
t~ o ointts ttf thes t tttpowefulIarg-
mteott for the ttttitteacr of colet-
,attd ittercotllegiate riaris. \X'feo
ts istatti .such na. rtprescntted \ aitsr
iilt aistiilielignStt ysterday, cauitr-
letroutghlt atigit umct ot t atd
at te conlu~Oisiont..tse ltsig etitgratt-
aete titntting site it inateit,
whnte hight e'cellence of both taits
mksthlt' defat clear ttttf certfig butit
hontortwttnte suppots o'stf bothtltare
tttt.sloodfrittds tafter te isat call
ofth litettere it ttstle, teindttee alt
t t syconidtttthattt cotlege sotrt fs
afatotrtfotrtgttttttit ts ftllest 5setae
ifsurteltitns aitthlth111-geat tsoutiet
ttttSC sitS' 'tndIateftel tat such si rea-
ctltgs. Withi t1hettssmtodoes e are
gla to IIsilg-
a'ttthr sttte Sutttt ttto Ntst ltttd.l
sishtes ittad seeatlties te slace it
asttttlly as at iits tfsosa, adttihtost'
tee esticitll shetas at tre sttthere
tre' atnutet' tttstttdet cttssulitir.
tittts ottimortrant qesios clattorig

to ' it finttrnt. There is nothitg
To if Sti.vwishes to imptrcss qsitife so
foircilyp ts tat its ctltimntstre allyt
tWidli'tupon5 t tudSett conttriutottrs.'Their
cosp" s iaways tagerly welcoe, .atd
the ontly emarrassitsg qestio is t
tours that f ack otf 51pacr.Neethe-
fiss iwei siotd always prefer a glut of
sttcht uateritdalttan bdarth of it.
'fts: DILYtt'has 110 prpotse is life if
it het,' tirtst, tt tell tte nets, at
scdt r'lect stttdhelto mulodi
c'atmputs setnttu tttimen jan stulic opinio.
It cat tityso tthis it the first istatce,
if its cotstituentts are reasonably lieral
will their IdaS.
Somests etical thitgs sould lbe tmae
It s 1brtisf antttocisel.Ss is1cotnsistintt
wsitht cleareSss ttttteffectiteness Thsy
teedtl ioptei'int tw it Ittapoog foitheir
exisltes'e. 'Thll'shotuldt ie twrittentilegi-
itlk' ititSt idte sin itt, tttonte side
tsfillS'e thuier vlt s aItctmtiantyfthe
brit lie I) tta I il trstecltscofi-
tettets tatt pulislshoer smeiip'li-amtte
if i is so tdesited. IfteinIthsttverthett
ffs'tiiv'nesssofttt ttttt'i cattn silt
I litdlrge on1hIllsontttalitf ts
111rit'knrthenilthereti shitiuldioitl to
taule fttotrle ItttodlesIt ttcktrpsngitoi
sue a witt~ll no11be1ieSits- etuileti-
1111111 heehatveI)w es ea trlyt it illn
cn uitIli t titenpid5sin tgei silt
iottsue Iany trIspolitbtilityilo'rloi-
iospesteld I i tfttettse tcmite a hs ti
oravleebtstin thettedittol col
t1ut1whitherSit aresI o nt, t1il
giveitfartrtmet wllwlcm
iib cautshelps torouPae 5,550.5 n
whchuttlelpfttulsandttit'iveilio'e-poni
ttmsittisetim i etl t ctmpuiehaiot's ofs
Ithos'ghtilthich1isinvalule.i eafs it
wt' alrls itd ftot' losstfml yads
itlh yttS. It' gati ittfttr t toich'
lettist lullfis Ie eces -i stta ti
otW\aitfor hiis r0,'te slahts-e Csse
11111 thetisst let 'aes'l hstal- i
derbiltig's o-yr lile. Tise0tfr

Vttttectbilt. Allerdice Stlersus Vadte-
ilt fole to-yard floss. Bb tBlatke isfiell
toe ttttgain. lie pinls o Pagodhit swho,
rtits tack 4 yards ts Vanditlrtits4-
yard lise.
Alardice is held fsr no git. Reits-
chiltd ttakes 3 yards. haimnd makes
shsort kick. Vandrbtilt gets the alt ott
tee ottnts 5-ant lite. Mfake pntts to
XWastntst otoustback to cayto 1
Vratsdrlilt's 35-yardt lite. Retinitysakes
2 yard~s. Loell itte line ftor 3 ytrts.
Ottfae ti ofetrard ass Vansdetilt rcc
coe-rC stall ont her ontt4-atlue.
Vanderbilt goestrotght lnttsfs r sl5
yartds. Blake punts out of b1o1unds1.
ttctitgasbattll iton 1Cotmtmodoeeso-trd
lise.
fttke forward pass W\Xassunttslisuttntt
is tackletd ftr tiloss oft t ytrds. Hattt
tmtttdluts..to Catmpblel oanVerbtlt'nis
35-ctel litie. Camspbehll sigttals oeftir
catch. tlke puntsi.otttof ottits etn
Plifriigas's so-ytrdl ite.
Iamn maittttitskes ;3 y'trdisoiltftke
fortttttiott. Ott fttehusnttIt hse'gtis 12
ast..A'llertifctiad'tances batlis ytrts
t Vatiterbisit's 3-stil l ite. ~ltgtinft
mks2p'trs 015 a strtaight Ibttc. 'N
short icIketgives the balltto0Vatderili
tneir wn s2-y at'clline. Itlake pStlsI
t lagodt, sshos rtitt ltttk the also
yards. XMi chfgtt's stll ottt sseilr's
;0-yatrdhlitle. Rhinsiscild hits lits iot
3 s'trts. Itti-httsttakes tie distace'.
fell totnI Rcinschilfti sinessi cit
to gtint.Allerice resorts tsoitekfith.
Vn'ttderbtilt gts tehllsit eettwnts20-
yart litc. Micigattn ehls tisdlC('tn
Blalke'puntts to. Wasistiisr, to rstutrts
the hal 2S ytartds tsVtseislti's 3-ytrt
itn..NhAi'tdicei'fails tgaiiad is hr
inth Its' tisp; titse int. Vneiti
is penalseii'stl1yards forhtlintg. NMicft
gan's itttll ot VandblCits .2-sa'dlitt
isoel astao.2 stards. Alediecftolttw
w ith 3 tmorc. Ihshctschld tisrow n r
alilt...of2yrs Bl secthangtd
ott towis. Blakepunsit, It nN~~ustl
tlitrs llhh o yaldtoViindetrisft's
45- sr ti~t'(I. imes outerV.tBlae.
RhtcinshildI tftis to n . tt Ottafake
formalltion lagtoii tiakes ttid gtit.
Alleie make u tes s etsar tts. ndriiit
hols. Grahamnditsitbaich5for ick fell
3o-s tell int.hilaketpsits tis o \agffit,
ihoto tnrkscs i k ardsnt o t' Ctm-
ttodnt'es'.1-yar lie. ttel laes p
p'ardssa'ttirepiats Aginsslitisgivent
ft' tol fir adctseitStf 8 satest...Ai-
'ofutnfails to gai onetttraeightibuc.
is risen hiohitf o r tiland ct 2
parsds. NNitstehlosws wthSithe till itt
Mihigan's possessotiott Vasteeits
Inelitrdline inlscr, ihia
Thethineupt
Caseys . . . . . . .T. .. . . . . . h r i
llsctiti- h i.. I.. l. ... ..l last ock
itas uurl.. . i..( t ... it.. t... toste
0 ials I Refeuree -5WalktctViSrtgnia)
Umie.vi Sue..(icigoln, lkadtinvtss
51,1 'Kdu (ennltSta'ite).uTie oh m~,

Thiso is Sir time of th ee to
think ot
Sweaters,
Foot Bails
and
Gym nasiurn
supplies
For pears we have sold
tlhe best makes itsSweaters,
(Oymnsaiuma supplies, Foot
Blalls and Sportittg Goods.
Everybody knouws ousr
prices are right.
Foot Balls $1.00 to $5.00
Wahr's
Uiversity tBokstorec
LYNDON
719 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVE
Kodsks
Cameras
sand
Photo
Supplies
>Pt~sTht itDtFLOttIt SA
5I'll tI.I\ NAPtClNT
IBAILEY & EDMUNDS
sporting G~ooo
121 EASE' LIBERTY STREET
Chafing Dishes
S Iarte-tieet tit disht ultk
sue i elasx -ti foodtdis td
thei rost dla p. T hoIt~t -
.estlit$6.00.
WM. ARNOLD, Jewler

iTHSE 0 n 1TTUJEDE
0F~ JL~~ 0 pJ FOP~

SINGiINGi CLASS
No student can afford
to neglect the culture side
of his education. To sing,
or at leant to be able to
appreciate good music, is
a very desirable accomp-
lishment and is well
worth the effort of every
University man.
Classes in sight and en-
semble tinging have been
organized at the Univer-
sity School of Music,
under the direction of
Fred Killeen, especially
designed for University
students. Special stress
will be laid on the sing-
ing of "Michigan" songs.
Evening clans Mondays
at 7 o'clock. Day classes
Tuesdays and Fridays at
4 o'clock and 5 ocock.
Tuition $5.00 per semester
C. A. SINK

bC e tudents' lecture 1ssociationi
Season h1907-1905
SECOND NUIIBER
MR. JOHN GRAHAM BROOKS
President American Social Scissnce Association
Frilday Eveinag, Nov. 8.,1907. 8:15 P. M.
VnI'rswIty Hatt
Tickets for Entire Course - - - $2.00
Tickets Reserved for Entire Course - .50
Single Admission Tickets - - .50
S. L. A. Office, Main Corridor, University Hall
Treasurer's Hours, 4 to 6 daily, Saturday excepted.
Michigan State Telephone-Office, U. of M. Exchange, 68.

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121 Washington!E. RANDA.LL,THE PHO TO GRAPLWR

Phone 598

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