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Michigan Daily, 1903-10-27

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

Fall
Alllollnoemelt..
Ihe Lagst and Most
Competeo]sine of:.
WOOLENS
in Ann Arbor will be found
at (G. NI Wild & (os, 18
ast Washington St. (Grat
pains haie bn taken i
this sletioni of all suiting.
ti ois I iOs S053]] 0ins
foi this stason
G. H. WILD CO
108 E. Wash. St.
ISHE JiHAN'S
igets lforil
:e ~~IN ssrs rwigIn
Agruets o
JWaterman's Ideal Fountain Pens
"
ISHEEHA N e. CO., _
j820) South Sabe Sreet.
OHIO CENTRAL LINES
DIRECT LINE
TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS
Pro C. in l Ti'ain,
C. H. MAJOR & CO.,
. ..Artistic Decorators...

THE MICHIGAN DAILY Al the University of Iowa Captain
Richard P. Hohoun recently cdelivereil
E~nterediaiseciond(iilalss mattr at the Anni a leciure on "The Uniled Stales an a
Arboriihost Office. World Polwer."

Isuhlislail daily Miledayi'50]eii dn Wing the
icoillige }eyr, lv Il[' Oliigos lidly Boiarid
ltth>Iii lirsily ol icLehgan.
l MANAGING EDITOR
10. I)IIy r'PIIIMASON
BUSINESS MANAGER:
EDITORS:
Alliis. - --imBERT' K. WALTOus
Ncbk n- - - - - J. S. RLLY j
ASSOCIATES:
Cifftori Steenisoni. Riiy lieebles.
.:. IG. raver, liiiilip C. IDavis.
A. C. '. liuia. A. 11, llrliiiyer.
Jos phii Y. IKerri. Stodard S. Mor.
Gieorginii. eale. I. Waiiti'.Jayni'.
Edhnor Today-GEORGE W. BEADLE.j
Subolsriptios'duoDiollars pet Yeariii', imimill i
Office Banns:-12:3a in 1:30 and 6:30 to 7:30
p. sm. Daily.
Address--ROSCOE B. HUSTON, Business Man-
ager, 331 Packard Street.
Telephonne, 461.
l FREE FOOTBALL.
E_"iilli' ontss im1ally lie put on an
rio los orul louis if 11]e 1(1an0 (f Dr.
hi arierof1the Uniive'rsity of Chicag o
cmteializei os. Theiiloniveruil y oard
o1 Aitiletilos anii Ihyoeaml Culture re-
i'iinl0 a111101(5 'i. ( Ipln, anui if it is
1 adout 01, on i'oiowmet'o f $5001,000li
1 ilbeiinecessar00y0. lIn 1o1d1r toi make a
1 all tiiieimembers]]l'oof Ielit'lg nine.
Iby inv0 itain(ilily, aind in ease if (hi-
ea liiwhii'theii ntisend io have a
1 i fii '(li li' ea (i't'of ilinilli iiil i 40(,-
coil andAm uiolis this lis f ol-
t by nvitaion lily.
All ndowlwif. of$50 ll00 old-
Sleies, 5which .n 'mra-el:sutl $15,i000lor
I loriS 'saiiid: ''heigrai'st] dail-
tagi' i'aiuedifor' ire ininiivationis that.
(00 i'i m ie aes010of' lou lii' ipowelr-
falim" T obo er'.to hr iiiil iii Ilie
l~AetiC:oc'A ii ogai teamli' lwys
d'raw]siiaii-ii'i aCrowdlii, andiihe:'aoc
aliersi w'o ha; 'talle sha ile at'let it'
lov fe 01]estrldtoanse igr e ano
ofuemluinol 1,'1'10 nes go h isielv
GryOeoSSIi'i'F iTiEliLi'LEGEiuS.y'
lie he siil1is
tonilyisonisonfrooti iic theiiier-il
'siy of icnin. Lo as.'yfar te iv-
liehean leobantClu.grllio.lNo
genus utof prieduiie, g nst theiiva-i
Seyestyfie re'lishmenii t the jc.

Thei Alumni at. the University of
Califorirfa have a spiecial sect ioniif
the ootbulall bTeachers reseredu fur
them each game.
The wiimen at the' Ijiversity of
Chicago have begun their fall inidoir
andiIiiitdoiir athletic worki. Basktl-
ball, hoclcey, gulf andindiooscr tract
stork arc receiving tboom otatti'ni
lion this fall. A gymnasiuns met'
will lie ielid luring thie winter quar-
te and in the spiring thieboecey anid
baskeitball chanmpionshipmswill lt'em:u
off. The biaskoetball chsampionis this
year retauiIpermanent polsse'ssioiniif
a silver cup, which booslieeniciintested
fo he~ last iwo year..
The Minnesota Debating team,
swhich will meet Mtichigan on January
1.5 at Minnesota, will consist of Irwin
Chu~rchill, Phillip Carlson, and J . CG.
Steenson. These three men were
chosen alter a harid, close contesi, and
the judges affirm that the team itiis
year swill be the strongest that has
representeid Minnesota in some time.
(On account of the allegeid supersti-
lion iifncome of be Illinois fiioitball
men, tie University Lland ssill nit lii
talien to thie Chicago-Illinois game at
Chicago. The s011erstitioin of the' lay-
ors isfoiuniled ontineilictathlaltsswc
years ago thse tniversity won from
Chicago when the banid sas nost res-
eot, anid last year they liistswithsh e
hanud. In this way they figure they
will lose again this year if'Iiie banii
giies along.
Scin iinisc'Iiievsussto udentso atlBuller
a lrar]ical jouecon thiriFacltly a1
chapel sireices. As litli'r andl tlii
pla~e's, they foundi:olithe i'i'greuat: con
of' strnig gluec' madeleliri:'Iriiuse'rs
fast.lito the' seats. Aft]er a feisv ior-
(((s5 11(11s they finally soiid'id'ii'i ni
ulei:ciig ,, ieiirisielies .ini] beata
hiastyu'ietreati ihrough the' idoor. Ini
cluangig ascerinu'uparthllofIthoer it
I ire. Phi guilty s01 idiiiis hlvn ot.
Yt bii'i':disceed.0'
MARRIAGES.
foei'Slanolar:'lof Deitroil, isas lihe
guest Sundoay ofi'his brot Ihi'r, a]t the
Sigma 'liI-ilouse. 1:. Slonila:'] is
on hios way Cii Iiiia ii aas ibeIst
masat theiwedsiniilug ofSWiliams 1).
Kiut, wihoigrau'aal id frmm thie U. iof
M1. swithi lii'class of '00. M1:. Kiuk is
Miss CGoser, cif lousisg. Mr. Coiol'y
is ai meimbieriofiithi' Silsa Phi fual ii-
nily.
The umarriage if l.Dr . . J. Coo
fiirmei'rly if Ithis cily, (0:(1 Iau teiibiir
ofiic theuenal class io, '()() if (iihe uP
vecrsity, and Hiss Clara Saundiers, of
Mdasoni, occurein uthat eity reenItly,
at n:ion, at ihe hoim~e if tliii' e'is
piarentls. l1ev. A. A. WVhil e petrfoirmied
lie ceremny. Later in itie lay they
left fiir a shunt.it'ip, anditle:: for their
fiuture hoe in Plymouth, when'eIihe
idoctor is practicing dentist ry.

f Your Entire Needa inm
z all Uliversity :
: Text-Books. i
New and Second-Hand.:
ZDrafting Instrumfents and:s
: Engineering Supplies :
A Specialty.
SThe Right Prices Always. ;
e*
: Second-Hand Books :
: Bought and Sold at3
WAHR'S
BOOK STORES, :
*UP TOWN DOWN TOWN. :
SUnliersity Books.
LAW DEPARTMENT.
3 FIRST YEAR.
3 Aiusiuuiuuiu I uliliui is ..... d. O 3
lllu'sl C ui deoll':1h s 's 4 n I1
a i eain . 35
SECOND YEAR,
I (hO~ul's. 'e!uutiable Ishi nw s40
1111 h i is iu , uli u uus as, i l
R1* 1v1, i lu l e I I u o'i'uu h h lii]]] sIi1) i'.00
* 3 iirei n arerdi
* THIRD YEAR.
a olei's i n.fCo0. 'ui i ti11 ut o 31
Z h Iiu uu's seh'oluli t(iiu s . 3a . 25
*lluu'iuinsissuuur"'s Casesh o il
a qit C. E. BARHE LL. .0
a l l os Unul aliull Iuu,uie ' s ..si0u3.0
n 3201. Slate1 St\c. 2cnl lo.0
a .l I III 11)iCCI. i llihi :3.00'
hkeCa se iln rt yie p ..C0

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THE[STUJDENTS' [LECTUJRE ASSOCIATION3
ANNOUNCES
Mrs. Martha S.Giolow
ONI
T hursdaiy Evening, Oct. 29
bouternDialectiStories
The next nmlber on tho Course is Pros. Northrup, ofj
Mimmesota Ufivrsity, on Nov. 14, the date of (ho Wisconl-

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DEIAN SE ABOLT, lManager
---TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27
The Emninent Germaun Comedian
CHIAS. A. (Karl) GiARDN
In Lincolln J. Carters Newest Sensatioln
The Darkest Hour.
STUDENTS-Practice of football songs and yells be-
tweena acts, accomlpanied by Athoens Theatre orcbestra.
PRICES; IUSc, 25c, 3Sc and SOc

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WEBNIIESIJAY, oc[oBIn 28
Sam T. Jacks Own Burlesque Company
And [iving Art Studies

Prices 25c, 35c, 5oc and 75c.

Seal sale Monlday.

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L'VI~D TAII~bD~ NVRSTY V
HENRY & KYRMERCHANT T'IOR70 UNRIT v

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