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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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Fall,
Annlounlcement..
The Largest and Most
Complete ine of..
WOOLENS
in Ann Arbor will be' found
at G. 1-. Wild & C's, 108
Fast Washington St. (real
pains have been taken in
the selection of all suiting,
tronserings & overoatings
for this season.
G. HI. WILD CO
108 E. Wash. St.
Stewart Edward White
hIie I II'Tra,-io," c
THE FOREST
Thomse ~aFog~arty
$1.0 NET. ;
A book full of the charm and
I be mystery and the wonder of
the great woeds It has been
cold of Mr. White that he "has
the power to make yo fel the,
Iwoods as the masterofcisalt at-
er fition make yoo feel the seo'
*and in the chaptero of t hi- bok
this quality of his sork is mr
frononent than evcr before.
'Iherte ae stois of experienes
00(1 ad ventres "on the long
trail," in the wilds of Ca'nad,
*bis of woodcraft sotcetls of the
± habitants and the woo(ds Indians
of the northeell con(try, pen pio'
Iue t o 5(f the ,grea t f01st il its
01105 acd varlial(moods
Sheehan's
ASN ARBOR, DETROIT,
320 So State St 160 Woodward Av
01110 CENTRAL LINE
DIRECT LINE
TOLEDO TO COLUM~BUS
P.0-s C.- .11 ,(Ti-3
C. H. MAJOR & CO.,
,..Artistic Decorators.
5(w Oly fine (t(eior~dec ((tv wlork
Wall11 '(5C '((Paints( (011cd c ts
201E Wshingon .tPhoeI 2

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Entred a econd III~class(,(ter at the dun1
Arbor Yos, fi 1(5.
Publish~ed doily (Monday excepted) during the
coll1ege0year, by the 'tliclhign (Dally Board
at the University of 'Michigan.

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MANAGING EDITOR :I i
S. i XtORY 'l-(IA5)N o
BIUSINES MANAGIER: t
1015(0k11It1 J USION c
EDITOR.Atltcs -RBRTK ALO
A1hlrle.-- - - - ( J.leS . B'Aeces
ASSOCIATES :
Cl((iffrd SItevenslon, Rsy P'elies.
A. D. Gra~ver, ((((Iy 1'. Ee
A. C'. (found. A. II. Otm~eyer. 1
(msesh 5'. (err. soddard( S. Aloere.
Editor Today-HAROLD C. SMITH.1
SIalwervi(I-iIonl(wo is'per v (le, payaleinl
(TfW ace. Ifdf 1i I lv ,1 5cr o. 1.113 $_).0 t
Office Hours: 230(to 130 and 6:30 no 7:30c
p. m. Daily.t
Address -ROSCOE S. HUSTON, Business Man-t
ager, 331 Packard Street.
Telephone, 461.l
CALENDAR.t
1111 ((11(1 [I istory,'' 'i'0 ll
Nov. 1:1. -I+.ngii 11Bri(g Soviet y. Lv
hir by S\'. S. IBlauvelt onl
-Manulfactre of111Puel Gac-
Room11, at lti 1p..
Nol.1.3.--Slong('ally iln Unliversity
11011 at 7 p. in(.
Nov. 14.---S. L. A. Comrse. Lecture
by Pres. -Nhorthrop on
"King Lear."
Nov. 14.-Wisconsin vc. Michigan, in
Ferry I'ield.
No. 14.----Final('lass game01, '114 Laws
vs. '1161 ISgi ((('('c, ((11Ferry
Iidat. 1110a. 0-.
President Northropcl l, in
llethocdisl ('hurch, at1 7::10
It is 0(11111((1'ed in theew(s Ocoll-
umns110th1at1 next Salturdaoy sl-cl-al of
1111'frate(lilly lones 11011St ate' street1
'niss-cily 1-1(1orc. Th'is chcemle is
hitghy com~me'ndablle', an(11i10especially
0approprl~liate1'(whonSW'hisonin cis 1h111c.
'( as1itis tke clomeati .Madison 11(1all
big(a110s3tIo lierally p10111tlb'he wu
cardlinal. SMichtigan 1has1111're'pulta-
"respc5t::, i(] as1 0 111t(i3ng l'demonst1rati111(
01(1(1(3Slate 5streetcshould bhec1(ked(
olut 11ill mat'e1(nd111lue.
the vsitors (11d gradulates, as to lbe
greeteId whet'h11y(r0(11 Ann Arb~or
by t11('(g111( 1(11dIMicigan 1colors (on
ecvery siie. Fro01precent; indications
Wic1osin csill be replre'sented'1lby a,
lthey'all Ito((mct,((with a gala day a1
Annl Arbor, sull-Ila(5they arecccus1d-
lltomed Io at SMadison, they will think
our(Iethuslism00 ind~eed lukew~cSarm. An-
ot111r osay 1in schichktlilt' udnts
shouldl 1uin old Saturday, ics1in ike

natter of carrying Michigan fags
early everyone has in in room some
h1011 of a Michigan banner, and 11.
woulfd make till.finest ind of a sight
:o ee the Michigan bleachers one
nasa (f maize and blue. Up to date
lichigan has had uch an uniner-
ped course of victories that Ie idea
If extensise banner carrying woo not
kought of, hIt Satrday's sill be tie
ruicial cnest of he year, 00(1 it in
1(e ime 'sken every Michigan sl-
eni shoultd ditnguish ihimelf as a
fllowsser (f tile Yellow and Ie lue,,
GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES.
We lprintIe following from 1t(e
Daly Sudent(f Idiana tUniversity:
"'Ike s1(i01rs01(11 special stden'tsl
in Ike (deartme'nt (f philosophcy have-
organlized what migt e 0011l(1 an
inner (ircle (f Phiosophers. 11(0
prosllle (f this organizaion 10 tile
iscussio of philoophical Oquetion
f Ike -day a011 the exchange of
thoghit (n Iother tpiico (f itoeret Ic
stdl t o11110(f tis departmn. Acodn-
tinuous111 work Ie circle is tkinig lp
1t(e silldy(f Eerrson from a phlils-
oplhic'al1standpocint. 'The0metingcsrI'
held fornigtly o Monday evening at
he home'of lDr. K.II. Lindley.
No Uniersity daceca(n1 be held
awsay- fromnIthe ampuslhereccafterI, lat
ChIicago, 01(11furter, the dances mus(t
closce at mlidnight isteadl (f 1 o'clock.
T1(10stas Idei'd by 1the' Boarl of
Student Organizatio~ns, in vies fth(fIe
foci that 100(1new lalls, Osuiale 'for
dalnce's, arI' 01wrcomplete'd.
A nltw say 111 (obtainl (3001, fat
wortl by 1111' 'arity was(0 010111tedIr-
cenly3 by Pricetin p1 1lrplaaionIlfor
t1(1 Yale gam(01. All tie mlemers (f
lt' scrubilteanm wore big "Y'" (10
11(1 front,(f t1(eir-sis wen tey
111ildup for scrimmage' wi hhe firt
leam. T'I'k sem111 edrt o ibl' 0su-
cesful, 05s11(1' regularscscrdtwso
mulchl dific~Iuly.
T'1eI'SyracusefDaily OrangeO iseek-
ing( oind the1 1( moslt popu~lar yun~lg
woImt' in 11Syracuse tUniersity. Tie
lt' yIlllg fmenare excldfrmnvotl-
1(1(. 'Tllo 11hly hain thIe ige'st
llll1(btr (f vots te Dily Orange
prese'nts a ''beauifuldgld ignetf.~
rinig." 'Ike scond~ choice rcite il
newae555111r lul'ltioIll'abovlle foly 1
wholel yea, lre(f all carge. 'hec
nexlIthrtehe 15 tir names00 1pub-
lished.
GRA'S MAGNIFICENT SCENIC
PRODUCTION OF "ISLE OF CHAM
PAGNE."
'lile prtlcion of "Isle Iof ('1am
11(0 wihwilb peete Athens'T'lear Monday, N. 1,
will 5surpass0 lanyhing in1 11(0sceni
oplera line evr 000(1 hn this ciy. Tlhi
opea was presented at lbseIBroadway
'Theater i11 New York nearly tre
years, to record-brealing houses, 01(1
wsosthe talk of all New York. A cc.
pIroduilcionl (f Ie ame will 110 gives
here-with special sceery, wicii ob smtiggrgos tb
lng specially deignedl and 1pai0te(1fcu
thilleons p010lrduction ofI"leob I
C'hamplagne" 0011its modlosicfrobm 1111
tograps o (f tie Ciy of Peru. 'I'll
decorationls 0011sage settings will bi
scasaeolsenitelagciis. The cotumes were all impore
al(]molld from the original designs(

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: Law, Medical andl
all Ullixersity
S Text-Books.
2 New and Second-Hand.
2Drafting Instruments aud
Z EnineeingSupplies
Th A Specialty,
TeRight Prices Alwavs.
ZSecond-Hand Books
Bought and Sold at.
A WH R "S
" BOOK STORES,
SUP TOWN DOWN TOWN.:
Students!1
Get an
Oriental Rug
for yotur room
CHEAP
I h10ve a large a(1 Ox'
elu11'sivestck ofl tst~ue
j Oriental ('ugs which1lI
a1 111-ii to close out
S it 111praticly yosur own
price.
Theise cogs are some
of tfie11sf eves' im-
lotted 1into this tcouns-
tr'y lnd will malke a fine
aldditionl to the appeair"
a11ce of your soom.
COflE IN, BOY5, AND
EXAMlIN[ THEMf..
s 119 Masn. Next 1o Gosdspeed's
rYour vface xwili be
-fair if you use \Vil--
1151117' Shaving3e Stick.

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TH[ STUDEiNTS' ILECTUREI ASSOCIAION
ANNOUNCES
PRE8. NORTHROP
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MNNESOTA UNIVERSITY
ON
SAUDAY EVENING, NOV[E"B[R 54, 1903
Sujet"KING LEAR"

DI7AN M. .5IABOLT, Mananger
f1IonbaV?, Rovember 13. I
JULES GRAU'S COMIC OPERA CO.
in the Greatest of all Comic Operas
TIME IS[E O[ CIAiP-AGN E
LIARIlAND IHANDSSOME (CMORUS.,
2 PrInes: 25c, S0n. 750, $1.00. $1.30. -
THE EMINENT ACTOR,
JOHN DOWNINGf
Z -~---IN
STHE HON. JOHN NO'n*IRTH,
PRIGES : 25C, 35c, 50C, 75, $1 .00.

TINKER & COIPANY. FURNISHERS AND HATTERS. 334 Ss STATE, ST., Phone 342-Zr.

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