THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Look for the H. S. i.. Label y $3.00Dorothy Dodd Shoes $ $300
In your coat. It's the greatestSyls
whave Hart, Schaffner & Marx UThe only shoe that is exactly shaped to the bone, muscles
Suits and Overcoats and ligaments of the foot as they are revealed by X-Ray
JUST NOR ONCE wont you try a pair that are not made by
S $"200 to $25.00 The Clothier, guesswork measurement and you will endorse the unani-
In endless variety - ,mous verdict that they are "an arrangement in comfort."
217 SOUTH MAIN STREET MACK a CO.'S
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RANDA THE Established 1881 106 Huron Street, Eas
I BVR.CHFIELD'S FINE TAILORING TRADE
TWe are prepared this season to meet every demand, as
n. aP we have increased the number of workmen. As usual
H U R. we have FineastLine 4f Woolens in the
Art and Skill will predominate in our work ar in
the past. We respectfully invite your enquiry.
rzI E. Washington St. : S. W. BURCHFIELD
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Others ClaimfiThiemi, NWe
Shell Oysters and Clams, Lobsters,
Fish, Tender Spring Chicken, Large
Juicy Steaks, all. he Leading
Breakfast Foods, served with Nice
Richb Cream. Camne Dressed sod
neatly served fur hunters.
+The only strictly First Class Short
Order Dining Room in the City.
Our past record is our guarantee
± to the ladies.
Willits, The Caterer,
pe n a 1fromn6:30 till midnight.
315 S. STATE ST.
New Brllns'wick Tables
REID'S BILLIARD PARLORS,
Fine Cigars and Tobaccos
JAS. W. REID, Prop. 312 State St., S.
I haveust received the largest and finest
Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes
ever brought to the city.
Fine Lunches in Connection.
Everything Neat and Clean.
308 S. State St. R. E. JOLLY.
The School for Dancing
Ground 'loor on agnard Street
tOne Block west of State Street
Stores. 'Phone 2-4-6
YOU CAN GET A
At Tuttle's, 338 S. State
Lessons, $3 per Term of 12 Weeks
UNIVERSITY ACADEMY, State Street
PROFESSOR SnOTT. PsIsoirAL
PALACE &. PARISIAN
Ofie 615Est William StPnoee O5.
Work called foe and delivered promptly
MI. [. DOWLER, Aqt.
316 S. Main Street.
GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES.
Extensive repairs are being made
on the bleachers at Marshall Field for
the Michigan-Chicago game Thanks-
giving. The side bleachers are being
enlarged and -new ones put on the
south end. The old baseball stand at
the north end is being torn down to
make room for new covered bleachers.
Correct spelling is one of the re-
quirements for graduation at Minne-
sota. To enable the underclassmen
to "brush up" on their speling, a
freshman-sophomore spelling match is
held every year, coming on December
12 this year.
The Dramatic Club of the Ulver-
sity of Chicago will present "The Du-
enna," by Sheridan, and "The Land
of Heart's Desire," an Irish idyll, on
December i in the new University
From the Cornell Daily Sun:
"The annual underclass rush will be
held on the Armory green on Friday
at 8 p. rl. The bouts will be contested
in the usual manner; that is, five men
from each class will be allowed on the
flag at the center of the arena, and
the other ten will line up on a mark
twenty yards from the center, the ten
freshmen on the west, siidlof the
green and thelen sophomores o n t e
east side. At a given signal from the
bugler, the twenty men will rush to
the center, and after a five-iinute
bout the class having the largest num-
ber of men on the flag, a hand to
count as a man, will be declared to
be the winner of the bout. The class
winning two out of three bouts is de-
clared the winner. The bouts consists
clared the winner. The bouts consist
of three clasees, heavyweight, middle-
weight and lightweight.
President Harper, of Chicago, has
received a letter from the Sultan con-
taining a photograph of the "sublime
porte," and granting the University
the right to excavate in Bismya.
Ninety-two thousand dollars have
been subscribed for a new gymnasium
at Northwestern, and as soon as a
$100,000 fund is completed work on
the new building will commence.
The University of California is plan-
ning a Chair of Music,
From California comes the follow-
ing notice: "Prof. Albert A. Stanley,
head of the department of music at
the University of Michigan since 1888,
has been secured to conduct a course
in music, beginning next August."
The Daily Californian announces
that "Chicago will play West Point
on Thanksgiving, on Marshall Field."
In accordance with the policy of
the founders of Leland Stanford Uni-
versity, no exhibit representing that
college will appear at the St. Louis
Exposition. The advertising neces-
sarily given to the University by ex-
hibiting at a large exposition is con-
trary to the wishes and policy of the
founders. On the contrary, the Uni-
versity of California is planning a
large exhibit at the exposition which
will show its present educational fa
cilities, and also its future plans.
At the University of Nebraska the
medical students have organized a
quize section under their own man-
agement. The number is limited, and
the quice master is elected each week
from the students.
Neil Snow, Michigan's famous end
was one of the officials at the Prince-
ton-Lafayette game recently. He is
well liked by the Eastern teams, and
have been linesman at most of Col-
umbia's games this year.
The following is one of the yells
used by Indiana during the game with
Rickety, rickety, rickety, Rine
What was the score in '99?
Rickety, rickety, rickety, rive,
Suckers nothing! Hoosiers five!
Unless more financial support is
given the football team at Nebraska
Coach ooth will leave next year.
The puzzling problem of "How old
is Ann" has finally reached our friends
at the University of California.
From tackle to tackle the Dart-
mouth football team averages 222
Michigan and Wisconsin have met
and each team has two victories to its
credit. The Badgers have scored 71
day's game will be tlie "rubber."
"'Tug" Wilson, guard on the 1900
Michigan team, is meeting with fine
su~ccess coacehinig the Wabash College
tcan. Tug's system is "low, iari,
With a Coffin at full back, Cornell
feels safely prepared for any accidents
that may occur.-Ex.
In proportion to the student enroll-
ment Johns Hopkins University has
one instructor to every four students;
Yale, one to nine; Columbia, Harvard,
Northwestern and Pennsylvania, one
in ten; Princeton, one in thirteen;
Michigan, one in fourteen, and Mis-
souri and Wisconsin, one in fifteen.
Cleaning. Pressing. Reairin.
336 S. STATE ST.
Clothes called for and
Leave Orders at Coshings or
Electric Ckafitsg Di ske5
Electric Table Lanps
in f.t., anyti' s.y lihsti . p y.ae
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WASH'TENAW LI'HT &
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BAILEY & EDMUND5,
121 East Liberty Street.
r"e ATHENS PRESS
2end Floor. Afl-~ Th,,re5 Bld.
OHIO CENTRAL LINES
Direct Line between Toledo, Colum-
bus, Athens, Giallipolis, Charleston, W.
Va., and the South, Ask your agent or
apply to L. . LgwiS, P. A, 7 Fort St.,
Detroit, ich.b MOULTON HOCK,
G. P. A. Toledo, .
Hlighest Cash Price
paid for second-hand clothing.
Shoe repairing while you wait.
Goods called for,
118 East Washingon Street,
U. of M. Antiseptic Barber Shop
AND BATH - t0M.-
J. R. TROJANOWSI, Proprietor.
Face Massage a Specaly.
322 SOUTH STATE STREET
Or other personal property of
value. Watches and Jewelry Re-
paired. Bargains in Watches
Office at residence. 331 E. Lib-
erty Street, Ann Arbor. Mourn 8
to 11:30a.m., Ito 3:30 p. ., 7to
9 p.im. All Business Confiden-
tial. JOSEP C. WATTS.
SPALDING'S OFFICIAL '6"ALLEN'S FOR QUALITY."
FU4"edBby althe Leading , Fall wits now Ready
Fot BalPants-Lace front, $ 110018 o d . $13.0
h:s:n hes ade wt $ - . an $ 1' 00
dfine curled hair and thighs
with canestrips. Best in the world
. A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
Incorporated. VNION LABEL ON EVERY GARMENT
New York, Chicago, Denver.,
Spalding's Official Foot Balil Guide ALL[N, Til CLOTIIR
for 1903, editedby WalterCamp.
Price 10 cents. 113 5. MAIN STREET
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