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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.'

Fall
Announcement.l
The Largest and Most
Complete Line of..
WOOLENS
in Ann Arbor will be found
at G. 1. Wild & C's, 108
East Washington St. Great
pains have been taken in
the selection of all sitigs,
trouserings & overoatings
for this season.
G. II. WILD CO
108 E. Wash. St.
Stewart Edward White
A'che Blar(soTrail"c.
THE FOREST
lliic-.trichitt!Ncla-i e dcc 1
Thomoe~aFogarty I
A book full of the charm and9
the mystery and the wonder of
the great wods. It has been4
said of Mr. White that h-"has
the power to make you feel the
woods as the masters of salt iat9
er fition make you feel the sea"
M~ and is the chapers of thi- book
tiqultofhis wook iiior.,
promient han iver beor.
Thre are stor71ies of expritncs
and adveturs "o the long
traii, in the wilds of Camd
bits of soodraft sktces of tie
Habitants and he woods Indians
of the northerin countryhipenliii-
tries of the great furest n its
many and vanible imoids
t heehatn's
ANNl ARBOR, DETROIT
320 So. Stae t. 160 Woodwrd A.
01110 CENTRAL LINES
DIRECT LINE
TOLEDO TO COLUMVBUS
POi., C-r.on aii Trii.
C. H. MAJOR & CO.,
,..Artistic Decorators...
S eily fn iro decoratii iv elk
WlifPapr, Pitsoi noGsd.n
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY Among the traditions at Indiana io
the inter-class discussion among the
Eotered 5 as sesnd-class mte at the Asn sophomores and juniors. The subject
Ahir Post Office--- for dissssion this -year is "The Moh
Puhlihed daily (Moday eceptedi duig the Spirit in America."
cliege year, by the Mhchign Daily Bard
at the Uiversity of Miichigsn. Owing to the fact that the Faculty
MANAGING EDITOR: of the t'nivesity of Chicago received
S. FEMOiRY 1'OMAON many petitions from the students, to
BUSINES MANAGER: the effect that the Christmas vacation
RsOSCOE sB. HUSTON was so long that they did nt get
- ----- --thir money's worth, the autumn quar-
EDITORS: ter will be lengthened one week. In
Athletic, - - - RiOET K. WAsres adition the Faculty found it hardly
ASSOCATES:-... BALKY Possible to finish the courses in en
Cl'iiftiid Stemesoi, RoyPeelmes and one-half weeks.
A. M.lGraver lery 1l.Erwio
A. C. Poused. A. H. Ortmeyer. Robert S. Henry Jr., has presented
Joiseph Y. Kerr, Soddard S. Mre. to th" tUniverity of Chicago a hand-
Geree W. eadie. . Waite Jayne. seie silver cull for ompetiton in
Gcei. A. Osbr rs. leid C. Smith. crss-country running.
Editor Today-H. P. ERWIN.
.... _.... ._._..__ -_.___Thi' folwing is taken from the
Suiscisripin---Iwo Ocitrs per ear, pissble in Daily Maroon:
adeanee. If Silsucuil ufler Ni. 1 1903 $2.iO The Dean of the Junior Colleges
Office Hoors:-12:3 to :30 and 6:30 to 730 has prepared some interesting sati-
p. m. Diy. is ii regritsi the age of men acd
Addreso -ROSCOE B. HtUSTON, Booioss an- wimen mariclants fr the first quar-
ager, 331 Pckrd Street. tr. The average age of men i 19
Teephoe, 46. ,years, 3 months, and of the women
1t9 yers, 2 months.
The Architects' Club of the Univer-
sity of Illinois held ie firt meeting
CALENDAR. lately, and decied to retain its mem-;
berhip ii the Architectural Leage
Noiv. 12-Dramatic recital of George of America.
Eliot's "Silas Mane" by
Mrs. Trueblood at the The sohlomore pipe committee ai
Methodist Churc. Cornell has recntly seletei the class
Nov. 12-Lecture of Profissor M- pipe. Tlhe design is very simple. I
Laughlin on "Anerican is made of French briar and hac a
Constitutional History," curvet-:t drp stenm. The class nqmler-
Tapplan Hall lecture room, als, together with the crew C" con-
at 3 p. m. sitite the design to e inlaii in il-
Nov. 1 2.-Sinsginig meeting in Ferry ver on he owl.
Fieldin l the afternoon.
Niiv. 12.-Adiri'ss by E. T. Cotn i Mr. Jacob Rothschild, who has for
MacIillan Hall. several ers furnished a silk trophy
Nov.13.Songraly' n Unveritybanner for competition between the
hall at 7 p..i. debaing clubs of Cornell and Clum-
Nov. 14.-S. L. A. Course. Lecture i, has replaced the banner by a
by Pres. Northrop on handeome cup.
"King Lear."___
Nov. 14.-Wisconsin vs. Michigan in
Ferry Field. ' Of he Senators in the Fifty-eighb
Nov.14.Finl (lassgam, '14 awsCongress, which is to cmeet ths fall,
vs. 'il Engineers, on Ferry ffty-eigh are college grdualtes. Of
Fied, t 1 a.m. the Congressmen, twiihindred anil
Nov. 15-Wesleyan Giuili lecture, by fifteen eut of three hundred and
President Northrop, in eighty-tv', are college men.
Miethodist Church, at 7:30
p. m THE STAGE.
(li schhter ieg h~ th Haly e 'here is always socething ness ic-
lhrinothea aehh ofmthiea Dailwhchea-dirrthe shn-that is, every once and
prin a orn uniatin whchal-a while. Something asoltely new
thouhgh it as sonewat hars, is suhnd on the stage, however, is a rarity, bit
and straight to the point. We refer The Wizard of O" possesses the
to the one in regard totih e lpublica- merit of absolute originality in its
tion of and singing of songs contain- comedy element The two nlrfht. h og f h at rincial
icig ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ cmd roles,. fe og htth as--the Scarecrow and the
ern collegs iave noh such trait-they Tin Woolman, are declared by the
leave no itter taste ics the mollt.merpltnirstobvrtaep-
Nir iuit ecarteristirhof thin'better utfsnerspoitn thesfieldofbemusialcoedy
lihe Wetern once. Chicagil Iniver- onesi h il fmsclcmd
sit ha noe o ths tpe.If uchbe lmersonations that have never been
cihyhasnoneof his ype Ifsid te apprahed or equalled. They are i-
the gecera cllege sectiment,asd mlinacssothrlwO
from any of the finer feelings on tle
The cmedians in the new extrava-
subjhect, can Michigan affori to stoop
soh low as to allw her enthusiasts to lihso sotnou i-ndifc
give voice tohh lesrihahd songs? ighsf.Ihnansectuandpinfc-
tions the feminine contingect is most
GOSSIP OF COLLEGES. essential, and "Te Wizard of O" is
'The annual minstrel show presect- saidi to be up to the highest standard
ed ty the studeuts of the University of 2lth century pulchritcuie. The
of Indiana for the benefit of the Ath- corps of femininity includes ver sixty
leic Associatiohn will e given this girls. 'The Wizard of Oz" will e
yeiar on the night before Thanksgiv- seen at the Athecs Theater this even-

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TESTUDENTS' L[CTUR[ ASSOCIATION
TN[ ANNOUNCES
PRhESO NORTUIROP
1INNtISOTA LUNIVERSITY
ON
SATURDAY EZV[NING, NOVEfrIB[R 34, 1903
Subject: "KING LEAR" I

N ANkN3 TKEAT+N N L

DEAN, M. .IABOLT, M'anager
I hutsbaw, lRoveniber 12.
Fred R. Hamlin's Magnificent Spectacle
THE WIZARD OF OZ
The greatest sensation the theatrical world has ever known
Produced under. the Personal Direction of.
- VULI AN MI TCHE IL L
100 11% robe Company 100
Pricseo:$1.50,4$1. 78a, 80c. _ BeatasMNowr 11.I.
Owing to the Enornnous Nature of this Pro-
± duction the Curtain will rise at 8 O'clock
* sharp. Doors open at 7. No seats held un-
j less paid for. Free list Entirely Suspended.

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