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Michigan Daily, 1903-11-06

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

Fall
Aullolucelnent..
The Largest and Most
Complete Line of,
WOO0LENS
in Ann Arbor will be found
at C. ft. Wild & Co's, 108
East Washington St. Great
pains have been taken in
the selection of all suitings,
trouoerings & overcoatings
for this season.
G5 H. WILD CO.
108 E. Wash. St.
ILatest Books
$1.08 Each
jThe flIagic Forest,
iBy Stewart EdwsardlWhile9
The Heart of Rome,
BY 5'. AleseissCrawford
Little Shepherd of Kingdom
Come, iy .johs los
IJudith of the Plains,
By Marielllanning
The Proud Prince,
± ByJlatins lastly McCarthy±
A Forest Hearth,
9 By Charles Majto9
ColonelCarters Christmas,
By F. Ilopkinson smith
The Call of the Wild,
By latck.iLoso
In Babel, IBy George Ade'
Sheehan's
I ANN ARBOR, DETROIT,
320 Sn. Siate St. 160 Wondward An.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank.
Capital Slt.k, 50,000. Surplus, $175,00.
Resources, $2000.000
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
TRANSACTED.
OrrienuSt Charles E. ilisech, Pies.; W. I).
Bariman, Vice Presi.; M. J. F+rite. Cashier.
04 . v.MartinjDRETR

THE MICIG% AN DAILY time is spent nmore in study. The fol-
_ _ lowing gives a few of Michigan's 1pasf
Entered as second -class metter at the Ann athletes who have gained a measure
ArbottYost Office. of prominence. None of these gentle-
Published daily (Mnday exeeptedt during the men are as distinguishsed, nor perhaps
eollege year, hy the Michigau Bully Beard as well known as when they played
at the Uiversity of Miehigas. _ on the "eleven," hut all are wvell-to-do,
MANAOING EDITOR: siseful citizens.
S. EMORIY TiilMASN *Win. J. Olcoft, halfhack of '84, rept-
BUSINESS MANAGER: resenting the Rockefeller inferests ini
ROSBCtOE0. IRUSTON Duluth; he is an engineer. James
McNaughton, halfhack of '81), is work-
EDITORS: ing for Rockefeller iiilerests, also in
ANes. - - - Joesi.SW AivEYs
ASSOC.ABES:T D~hfinancial cdiitor cof the Chieago;
Cliffo'rd Stevenson, Rey Peehles, Record-Heraldl, Lincoln McMillao,
A. M. Graeer, hiesry P. Erwin ptlayed end in 'h8. Three years bteftore
A. C. Psund. A. 13. Ortmeyer. F'rank Bumps, now assist ant ltrtseeol-
Joseph Y. Kerr. Stoddard S. More. ing attorney of Cayne County, Mich,,
George W. Bieadle. I. Waite Jayse. "niade the loam." One of the fastest
Beto. A. Osbotrn. Harold C. Smith. heavyweights who ever played fur
Editor Today-I. W. JAYN E. Miehigan, Harry Killilea, center soil
_____________________________guard in 1885, is an attorney in Mii-
Subtsciptioo Dtollasetre per. payattleisn W 'omiehga
advane. Jf delinqutd after Nov. 1. 19o3,$2.50T wo foothall pilayers fro.Mcia
.have made their "hule" in ihe Klto-
Office Hours:--12:30 to 1:30 and 6:30 tn 7:30 dikse. TIhey are Gustave H. Ftirterl.,
p. am. Daily. hsalfhack of '97, andiG. R. F. Villa, ai
Address-ROSCOE B. HUSTOW, Instaess Man- taeckle in '95. Jamces E. Dutffy, ftormer
ager, 331 Packard Street. city attorney of B~ay City, antiJtihn
Telepone, 461. tyffy, plrosectingocatorney of Wash-
itinaw Couniity, were two of iht'mtost.
C41 rofamnotus drolp kickers in the contry.
One o.f Ann Arbor's fttrema:stcitizens,
aleailing ptolitician otf Washtenaw
CALENDAR. Couty, is Horace G. Prttymni; lit
_______wes captiaiin if the 1885 team. It fott-
hail Mr. Preettyman foutghtt for a game
Nov. 6.-Dehate, Alpha No vs. Adel- free from sltugging anti all dlirt y play-
phi. ing. In Ipolitics he htas ftttght for tt'
Nov. 6.-Song recital, by David Bisp- seine sont of a clean game.
ham, in Choral Union se-
ries.
Nov. 6.-Girls' haskethall mass meet. H EATN EM
ing in Harbour Cym. at TEDBTN EM
4:15 p. m. Tonight andlItitorrow nigit lie ma-
Nov. 7.-0. S. U. vs. Michigan. at Fur- terial fttrlt'e Minisotoa dotating
ry Field. team will he again siftetd by the inter-
Nov. 7.-Morality play- "Everyman" stteietyideltaters. These ocetur is rottim
in University Hall, at S p. B if the Law Btiiliniig. 'fTnightlIte
m. Allellihi leant, ettnSistiitg tf Malettlmt
Nov. 7.-Dehate, Webster vs. Jeffer- 14ltihrutan antlBuell, intltue Alphta
sonian. Niti team of Perry, Andrews aitt
Ntov. 12. --Drttmlic recital oifGetorge Simnis. 'The Alptha Nit have thi' allir-
EIiol's "Silas Marner" hy matiive.
Trutelooud al the Melto- Salturtday night. in thte saitet'rtttom
ilisi ('hurelt.thetwoIvslast soieties meet. T'fl' 8 'l
Nov. 14.-S. L. A. Couirse. Lectuire st-r is comtptosed of Rippell, lGeilittd
by Pros. Northropl on Htinltis;isoeJefft'rsoniiant of Se'ntit
"King Lear." Blills and Betrkt'y.

*Your Entire Needs in
~Law, Medical and
Yr all University
i Text-Books. i
= New and Second-Hand.
Z Drafting Instrumients and
aEngineering Supplies y
: A Specialty, 2
The Right Prices Alwvs. ;
aSecond-Hand Books a
: Bought and Sold at:
o BOOK STORES, "
*UP TOWN DOWN TOWN.:
FAVORED SHADES
IN WOOLENS
Aie darkIrowsuvand'urtgrays-
consptticius plaids, oveicheks
'tid subditdloiie aidtlin he
striples Lsstnililly y o ti n g
iiiciisstyles
We a'dxvisott yoiilook us
you ordetr
6 OODSPEE~D & SON
Varsiy Tailor.
11s E. Wstinion S.
"Don't trifle with
yousr face."t Use
Whvilliams' Shaving
Stick.

'The Datily- it is receipt ot a letter
frtom Mrs. Joir'daithewtomait'sclesit,
int whtichsohsettompltains that: social
aist oter evenssof pariclatr iitei'-
esl toite wotme'iofttfhit'Un~ivetrsity
are poorly andtitlent incttrrtetly re-
poirted. Thte Daily realizes the jtis
lice of the ectntplaint, bttintter the
piresetlsystent thisrtondliitiitnitt at-
fairs wottldt stemin ~evitabtle. The
oitly mi'thottd of reimetying this dtfeet,
wiciri suiggests itself, is to have the
eventsof itersitlitottllt'gte women
reptorted bly them. .accordingly, ibis
otlporttunity is taten lii anounie that
tw't wtome'ietdittirs xill tie adtdedto t
lie edlittirial buoarud at an early late.
All wisitingIt t topte fttr thest' po-
sitionts ranlearne lie mthuodof etim-
1101illitn at.itoeIDaily' office, utrotom
( , Uaiversity Bail, Saturdlay at 11
ATHLETES MAKE SUCCESSFUL
M C.N.

'he nuere itavt'all ltt'en wutuitt
Itartd, aitln ttiuctgt'ittral intercst:is
manife'ste't,iimtre in fatthlait e'er
betort'. Fromn lit'sent inica't ittns
tlt.resol lbe agtodt-sizecerowtd tetach
night to10sutppturt tteteamts. Wthen
ttest'etteatets art' tver the' uepttrtmtt
tams will bte tniownt, aitt astht're is
always strotg fritittly rivtalry btt'
to Lween the Litstanul Laws tht' outt'ontt
will hte wat eheul with utterest.
''Te Minneapiolis tt'ant is alreadty
choseut aidthiIe men art' hartd at wttrk.
ITheire'suittofitth~e fottbatl gamet' witt
molFtshlis nt'xt. dultttmet.ftar mttre
exc(it ing, and Michtigain has totuttut
tto sin. The otiestin, it trill Itt re-
mtemberedl is,--teolvt'd, that.ltt' itt
jtttiesitin of disputtes bttt we'tn emi-
ployer antI einpltyee'shtttltd te itatde
a ptartsit the admiinist ratioun of itto-
lie; -graitedti hat spiecial cotts
with aptprtxirmate'rutles ttf trttedtutre
may lie establishett, if desoiratbte-,
graiited thtat lab or tutiouns may bet
competlled toiniiiorporatet, if itocesary.

Office 209 S. 4th Ave. Phone 98. tlcsi- The idea is sontewhat prevalent
dence 302 S. 5th Ave. Phone 314. that men of brawn andl athletic ability
Ambulance on call, are not as stuceessgul as thiuse whotse
THE[ STUD[NTS' [[CTUR[ A5 OCIAION
ANNOUJNCESI
PR[-s. NORTHi-ROPI
MrINNESOTA IJNIVERSITY
ON
SATUJRDAY EVENING, NOVEM1BER 14, 1903
Subec:"KING 1LEAR"

KOLLAUF, The Tailor,
110 Moron SCt. E

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DCA'YN M1.. 5hABOLT, lManager
SATUJRDAY, NOV. 7.
MATINEE AND NIGHT.
POW[[[, ZAZ[[[ AND V[RNON AND THIR~i OWN
BIG VAUDEVIL[E'CO
:0:
Mtne Cide,15c; Adults, 25c.
Prics--venig-1, 25 35and 50c.
"IONDATP NOV. 9.
CHAS. A. LODER AND
25 MORE, MOSTLY GIRLS 25
IN-
A FUNNY SIDE O[ [WFE.
Prices. 25c, 35c. 50e. A few at '75e.
CO"lING I THlE WIZARD 01' OZ.

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TINKER & COMPANY. FURNISHERS AND HATTERS. 334 Si STATE- ST., Phone 342-2r.

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