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November 08, 1903 - Image 2

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THE M ICHIGAN DAILY.

Fall
Alllollnoement..
The Largest and Most
Complete Line f:..
WOOLENS
in Ace Arbr will be found
at G. 11. Wild & Co's. 108
Est Washington St Great
pains have been taken is
the selection of all suitings,
trouscrings & os erotisg
for this season.
0. IH. WILD CO.
108 E. Wash. St.
Latest Books
$1.08 Each
IThe f'lagic Forest,
ByrStewart Flesrd Whie0
The Hieat of Rome,
Bye iPi. M'iCrwforda
Little Shepherd of Kingdom
Come, By . Ioh~lFo
IJudith of the Plains,
The Proud Prince,6
By lsie 1lcily \leasrlliy
ZA Forest Hearth,®
By Chrls l oleso
IColonelCarters Christmas,
lBYF.I.llsplisoscl i 2
The Call of the Wild,
Blaefono
In Bahel, B o rge A
0
I heehdn's
Al"i ARBOR, DETROIT,
320 So. tate St. 160 Wodward Av.
6
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank.
Capital Slee. 50,0). Sarpls, I;75550
Resurces. $2,000001
A GENERAL BANKING BINtS
TRANSACT E.
Oreceie; Ciciaris T. Iisoc. P'rs.; IV. 1I.
Hiarrimani,ViesPles.; M.1.('ile. (Casier.
Ofie29S t v.Poe9.Rsdence 302 S. 5th Ave. Phone 314.
Ambulance on call.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY MI, GN3-.S .0
_Continued from page one. YorEnie2edsi f
I sitid i 510ais s lit teAsOn the ftrst downi raver ran :11
yards smoled left en, and Madlock*
Dis olised lye l lssdbyri erellleanlDilyr itishirdledlfor fie. Person and Crtis*
Li uite is: o i ;tdgt ally l ainerul he Cavrran 2 yards :Lf ~ea l al
-- - - forthefirt tuchowntwo miiute
MANAtGING EDITOR.I ater play began. HammondI kicked 1 1 ~i
5 IMO1IY TIOSASON an easy goal., all Uliversity
BUSINSS MAAGER:Maddock eaught the next kickoff f
lllsCllt B.RUSCOtN and reurned it to the 2-yard line;
EDTG raver, Maddockl, Curtis, Peron andf TetB os
Allaire. s - - -l ROBER TX. WALTONO Lngman added over fie yardsf New and Second-Hand. *ff
hews lee,- - - - - ..0.noiY aliec. 2Michigan was hers1penalized1
ASSCIAES:20 yards and again the march toward*
(iilli stewnrlllRy Peebles. lbsegoal began. raver scored from rafillg Ilstrumllelts aid
A 11.Gravr, Iemy . l rwin the -yard line, and Hammond kicked DrfItd
A. C. "Onesd A. II. Otmeye. goal. Time, :10. i
lesl .Kr. Oldlr .Mr. Shllte kicked sff to Jones, who re-* Ellgineeri.ug aeJyne :
Ge. A. Osbornl. Iarld C. Smith. tLined hekalnetedthee10yardslndA Specialy,
Editor Tday-J. Y. KERR. Michigan rcired her secondpenlty
.Sasrilliel 55Dolar W serbeolle for off-side playing. Tackle hck ad- The Right Prices Alwas.
SuscptouTw D~la9s er lea, aybt' led 10 yards nore, bst LnigmanZ
sdsgrace. f dlturrleqseleloile rss .1, 230stopped lbs Buckey gains by faling n 11 (
Ol-e o 123 -- on n 30t :3 1 a fembleed ball. The pigkin did : Secod-Hanld Books
Ofic Hur: 1230toLio nd6:0 o :3 oti remain long in the possession of
P. to. Daily, of lbs Wolverines, oe it went to Ohio Buh l odat
Address-ROSCOE 3 B. akrdOcadHSTONStet Business 1man_ on a fuimble after Michigan hadk gained *fogta~Sl
aleer, 31PakrdSrel
Telphoe, 61.25 yards in for plays. Michigan's*
Tipie06.line heldl anid . S. . pnted. On *S
the firsillay Lngman fumbled and
he ball went into Ohio's possesion
___________________________ -n Mihigan's 0-yard line. "13e" Foss*
hee replaced WIalace at quarter. BO KST RS
CALENDAR. Michigan r gainieiltle oval, anil after * BO TRS
____several pliaysCraver rani 31 yards for UP TOWN DOWN TOWN.
Nov. 3. 1 encers' Clb meetin ieisthired tiiihdoewn. ffffffff~1fff
Neu. 3Fe ir-ro t~lb ee~ligin The nealtltoucheldon as a lproces-
\1'aolsr(inntym. at 7:30 p,,ionfer Mihigan, tertis maing lbs
Il. Sotr.e Harder worke was necesary
Nov. 11. '0 Musicsvs. '56 Engin- to annex 1110 fifthiscore, as Michigai
ru-r. lest anil iegaine the oval before
Nov. 12. lraiiisic recial of eorgeGrvranrodthedfrte
Eliot's "Silas Marner"by sCray-qintrailfarints.Ills alforenh-
Mrs. TlrlIluelood at the sal liilc or.iil.TeibSca
-Mehodst hure ll eithi 1110pigskin initMihigai's
No. Mr--.L.AelCusle.recti. epoession oni10 . .C.1I-yard line. a'
Nov.14.-. eI..A orponetue Whenlthe tcama;again linedl u111He-
by Pr's. ortlrole on liad alreplalced Vsees, a1111Jan00
"Kin~g Lear." - -hail givn 111ac to Norcres. . .
Neo. 14. Wisclosin vs. Michigan, in U. rreive'd tieIhicl-o, but failing
Ferry lField. 10 gin 5Vas feredi leelpunt. lHeson4 ..-
01111Graer advancud fle ball tie wih- k
Th ' c laying' of5 11e''Vrity iig ine cyara s fetochdwn, when the S -
in th e'galme yest1erday swill doblessfalal famblig egan, anau an 0. . 1'U.
givc riseito aast e al lstof anxiousIP matnlfell o Ie all.Oii's 1)1t01
sfecullationI. We are' soia toImeet s umb llledbuct 111egainedl by Nr-
WIioneosin,(111110uch-liootall as ouer cl-Iss, 0111dhn a qeaIrterace ruiiatli
meIlayedl i y3'1 31sl ruay swouelfail to pigoin wis droppeduil.oneslco oedylDeri
wrn illsouucrit ic-sIa gam. 'There ran it up11andl startedl for Michigans gal, ra s lasb on esmsst iebt fe tr hs f3 ad i
111 'i-sariolucheie-as ta. Redduena hanledt him udown. The ball
But viesruay's layinlg rannilotuw lbelongedltue . S5. '.n1h11r eop-,
uouiiiifiur anytbsi i Sfoeurcasing ouesr poIsreilo2(-yarul line. Mihliga 3wa11
il ure Olga's. 'Thse ien have ny pecnalizedulfie'y'rds, a1111lills'butirks I flciees een11 trely ds
eadualek c.o's et ater thec hardest advsaincedulthe'blllIanothe'i'fie yarus. tll t fiomiilli uater s 1andicome
gianee of tele Oaonl; they hail nthing MIichigan 1011elu r lew, 1a111Mad- blocin I irea11er di Ieeb15
toui 1-Prleimuon111tou ardlswurk; anu locbel s 0toniand utis auvancud le a113other i I co iuot stle and1
I paricularly, tiey av e haul 011harid bll to miu-ild, were. S. 1U. again therc Is lb I It aiilltidee
patice sicecthe' Miniesotsa game. secuiredulfle eval 1on1c1owns, eonly 151 tri sf1aIfsn0111oling.
R A lug slulipluwas50 natural, anulhe lose it again inftheamieu'maniiera
ulonly hsi cr icslhat thae team lplayed mnulitelolater. iRedln as itruiswi
R.I ss'rell art, buit Madocke anud Heston gaineud. G o s e
_________________ Hiaioiud misae a fild gual frui
SEMh-FINAL DEBATE. tlI' 5-yarduliiiac by unly a ew feet
'Ib 5'5llliaa iueual.inile'laMiichieaia seurd Ill" ball 1111the re Maters 117 S. frain
uepeiri oluni occr're yesteruay he- trn ickl, lbut thesu iberhi defesive
Isse " h euferisusoul ndIWe'bser so braiec ranfeedby' the' liBuce
ielius.'Theiu'e11-whsseusscr elhoenoneul nt beeusrreime. Sulring 1flue
Ito Iebtealeginsit1110 Liierary tam bll oni hewvs . . 1' strteiltbele
us ecuere si Michligan ie the Central miar'chefur a score, andl thelealf endedcu-
DetinguoLe ~aguuu'wserecasfolluusv: sith fie ball euniMiiga's 10-ardf T K~Sytrft
Bills,.Ju'oll'rsuuil Suei'ly; Rilulue, Web- linea.as noe n'desribedu. T e1 orf
rSuuciety ; Ce-ilt, «e ste. and u r- 'leln-ii roa 'ilir:in ood lC O0Z11 ti i t 013
hey, .Jeffersun Sucity alernate. Miclihigain. I O . S. C. luseOE.se illiam~esr Shaving
'Flee'Vacutlty 115 Leland Sanferi are Red'ldee................. Heekiiu Stck.
ieto gist' theoplay, "°'She Scrap sf Pa- L. P.
lue." Sir the' be'iefit of the Stuideets' Curi ..............Linoln
Guiild Housitial. (Continued on Page Three.)

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