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November 11, 1904 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1904-11-11

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IW EWOULD HAVE, j ttced t (0 lti attratte n
*ot'e ,; '-ftt It^, E. . a aslis st t reet.
i (b a t i looide utr;ise-) IIhwi~t-i-
_Th1at- we rfie (l0i-Of 1044eg ot Managing Editor , J. STANLEY BALEY.
-Business Manager, CLAJJPE A. TIOMPSON.
* 311 South State Street A tl i vs----_ __LvEs I1)E
O I-lagu~ S .7 .. - i IY.Derr
WonTn....... MiesIda M. 1Ittiat
h t- or. \Ve oolen-. -far- 1A. N1, v ~. tarl-y i. Anded s
* the coing. fa1L. Iade are 4S:! (t . K
now ready,,, Glorge A. Osborn ArthuT.tn1Ro Pebs .JEarlc Il.lr
-A. IL Orisneyer Sidney It. hMi t
_ HughAllan Will C. Sanored
That we make S1tel a- Cam .Ambrose Loui ekney
tlell4 fo eilleI~ell. Cha:{le, Wist- ad roii. east 3 :-a
meotsfor ttitnien. * I TA fu
That we appreci at e ourt-trade i-se AI.his
td respectfully solicit a fI.ATE' S 7:per year, ow $!00 if p-aid in
' continuanre- of the same.,a dvne
* Oft1eusrs: 12:30 to 1:30 and 6:30 to 7:30
LAILORS IP. M. daily. S_ eepoe41
G. H IL CO. AdC,5$:C."AUM A. TfliorFSQN, Business
MI. South State Street.__
. T i -ho:: s a I or -:::Iis who tb.-ie (. I ____ ____________________
p not:hbeen:our ptre: ve waald (--*f-ir
*p 41yI: is~t: :V a Friday, Novetmier 11, 1904.
All quarcnaes'd.
~I 9rnT 1CA1.
I TR~i J*1Uf'TS
I ' i '2: 't8D
Your LyesWon't Tire
tlt.: if ui t w:0 iear -Ars:lds
lses. 1i:.specially iseve's
Finil H.; Amoki, S"1at itI
With Wmi. Amifd.v0Jtakogc. Jes-eler
Eitor Tot day-VotG s.. VOtBORN'.
November t..--Michigan Club Hou:se
Qbanryquet at Waterman gymna-
Nov. _ 12-Football, Chticago vs. Mich-
:gan at Ferry Field.
tNov. 16-John T. McCutcheon, on
S.-L. A. course.
Nov. 18.-Pittsbuarg Orehestra-Firat
num:ber of Choral Union series.
tlMelhigan slhou:ldlgive Ilthe Chicago-
anis a, hearty welcoite tonmorrow.
There will he about three hu:ndred
rooters with the Maroon team, antI
Iit behooves 'the Wolverines to enter-
Itauit:hem: well. No better way to
Ishowt a. feeling of friendship can he
snrggested than to decorate, toi lete-
orate elaborately the, frateamity
biaits, atores and hontos wit the
s i'1colors of the universities. This tea-
tuvV of a big foo:tbail day can hard-
013 las overlooked. Good decorations
are essential 5:: the real spirit of the
ocasion, and it is hioped that Mich-
igan will not allow to 5tl:plby Ibis
oportit ity of uftarling together the
colors: of the two instittions. Dec-
anile tomtorrow aodAniake the final
gamue a gala day ftr Ann Arbor.
Ins this way, it will be essy to ex-
( lead In Chicago a royal -velcome,
4at(l.Is: give the teamn and rooters a
g ettainti aporltstoanl'ke recetliont.
ThebyCfiioago contingent will arrive
loisorrow at 8 o'clock. accompanied
by, the hand. It has been sitggested
that the Miehigin band antI students
be at the satin to- greet the visit-
ors. Lt wgauls be a land ble asave and
would start the day right, L et tis
miayw ( the depot and show the, Qhi-
cAgoans. the true. Ann Arbor bs-.
pili t y,.
A: the tniversiy of Minnesota
thvy have a schedle of inter-fra-
ternity games. Fight of the frater-
toies a ruggie for the _chamionhp
oi the untiversity.
The freshmt:an cass at Bereley
leas a: least tne aggressive yong
11:13 i, i. She has tu~s early in
the ye3:ar etiangleid a grave seior in
the hloy lbotdsof nmatrinmony.
Thte Uivaersity tf UClmnbia is at-
temt:ping to organize a University
chiorits of two: hunired voices. The
purpose sill e tgive seletions
tn::: amediaeval atd tmoder: con-
pitvers from: timie to tine.
_Situdents of the Cincinnati Univer-
sity are desirouts of weaitg caps
antigitw-ts oi the cmputts. It is
pliannedithat-his college attire shall
.ibe donnedltby all stuidents dutring
heir entire fotr yar' corse.
The ire -that occurrd in he minl
buildin:g 01 the university of Minne-
sota_ was costly for the Goher
Board which is the Minnesota an-
nital. At that fire all thi- accuntt
f the- board were lost, together sitt
somie 2::ooitbitks, estimlateid at $00.
fhe outstanding idets are $95t.
The etlorial writers for the Mn-
nesoialDaily have a very unapprecia-
ive Imsiness manager. He sells the
spac- on which they sread their
ierceditoials, for advertisenments,
thu:s comipellin:g the young Horace
Oreeleys to bttle upl their wrah for
dlays when ii will not interfere with
he lusiness vnd.
A: Cornell University a new ath-
leic field is in course of cointpletion,
and:l tililiv- almost fully completed
tiortritig pracice. The field is 40
x 500 fee iu etentt, and will e used
forrgllIthi-:lrctceework it: a:thletics.
Anthler fieli calle-d the 'Varsiy
fild, 500: x 800 fee, iatow js be-
gu. Here the baseball football and
acrosse gam:es aitt be tplae. A
h~and:som:e -1ub1:hose is includ:ed It:
C1l:- pans, antI still the bit: tetwee:
these iwo fild.
The etgineers of the University
of Mhinesta hay- inaugrated n
atti-chatpel crrusade the conrol of
whitch has itten vested in a sort of
vigilanice cotmnittee. The dutty and
deligh:t:of this committee is to way-
lay any andi all engineers who have
disobeyed the oficial mandate antI
sneakedl off to chapel. Several of
lie faithful were sounly whaled
yesterday for their adherence to de-
votions and are proposing "to vigor-
oasly proet against the outrage.
dove their lpersonts.
As an ilustatitn of the narrow-
tess of the eastern colleges, the
Broawn H-erald offers a goo ese in
lont.lit: the coort of Saturdays
ganus, on thle following Moday, not
one stestern teat: was mneitione, a-
though Michigatn playedt Wisconsin,
andl Chicago played Illinois, absolu-
tely nnention: wasoaie of It
whatever. A rmarkable contrast to
ib-is can be seen in any Stnday
msorninig ediion oh the Michigan
Daily, where the result of all the
gamets may be fouid.
May h~av-e disappoitted you
by falintg to get thte etdorse-
metnt of tiII people.
I Bult you nill never be dis-
appointed if yott trade laere,
as ev ervonetwo Ya lits n- i
dotsc tt athela
Get ittlite with the oinjority
and see fo yoturself.
03-105N. Mato St. 316 S. State St.
Fine Fall Woolens
in the
:Nu trown..cat::baowns,
wotod rowvns, s e pIi Ia
we'te the dominant as
STailoss-110 E. Washingon.
Thick Lather
creamy and lasting, is the gil
you need. You'll find it in the
old reliable
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4.ea4T. Pofwers
I tU Cb CgSIark..
Qiamuiltt W. Mabie
Oratorical Contest
Open .'umber
-i CFFEEn..
Always Fresh-Our Own Roasting
Golden Rio, per lb. - - 15Sc Mariacaba, pee lb. - - 18C
Pedang Java, per lit - - 2&c Arabian tchea. per lb. - 28c
Dean & Co.'s Blend, ;per lb.., 20c
Ia 214 Soth ita i: S D E AN d .CO.
P bria &inds of IDomestic and Imported flgrcttes
R anging in price from Sc to 90c Per Package.
+Namelv:-Sweet ICaporal, Schanasa Brothers' Ntmrals, Egyp-
- tiehine Sir- ightsCairo, Richmond Straight Cut, Turkish Tro-
phis hedive, Mogul. Egy-ptaan Dietaeo, Pall Mall, Monopol
j asio, Sanitos, Et.
Tilt vARSITY C1a mSTof
IYou ean secure tickets irom -student sellers or at Wahlrh Stuhe Street booek store
Neot Numbr-- Jobhn "r. Md.Citcheon- .No v. 16

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