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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

FallTHE3 MICHIGAN DAILY
h il Enteed as secodclss matter at the Asn
Pubalideddily lloioiyecpted dung the
at the 1, nit rity of Michigan.
,IfU Editor Today-C. STEVENSON.
The Largest and Mot I_________________
Complete Lino of
[NGIN[ERS VS. LAWS.
Y W YA ~ u-I Championship Game in the Inter-Class
W OO51 L11 Li'N S Series to e Played This Morning
HUUL~i~iAt 10 Olook.
'Thle senior engineers will entertain
lie eneiior ngineer of Wisconsin io-
ay The Wiconni men will arrive
in Ain Arbor will e found ii Dtroili tenmorig from their
at G. if. Wild & Co', 108 eastern trip, aid wilt be met there
East Washington St. Great by a committee fron Michigan con-
pains hve bonn taken in sitin ig f D'oge, Drake soil Keler.
the selection of all suitiogs, 1m cmitentccr 1mt
trouserinits & overoltiogs TAsnn trtee thleysvt lemt
for this season. n roweete ilb e
at the Nnglie~ing Buiiliing by the
other nemierofuthle senior clas,
ff .W ILD C aid asedlirtevrondthe campus.
~'3 At 6.',0th le uvent it the ay sill
G.I. W L tJ concn a class spper, at which the
Wiscnsiii seniors sille the gests
d$E.Was. t. of tie Mticigai seniors. The siupper
~O8 E.S~Tas. St. wiltte erved in ruimi111 of the En
ginee ills Builuing. Seeches and
sng wilt, it in expected, eliven the
evening uiiti tine for the W5.isconsin
Stewart Edward White eginees iio leave fr their train.
At tho o i miii 'sn lase," Te ticetnfor thi Supper will be
a~lilazi ic i etic i. sol at seventy-ive cents, ani all
froni Fraser, Artiaga tD'oge, Ms
lae. ntr uite 1 fb it ts rai'uis tarul.rtMe~aiti. The expenses of the
Thomsa~s Fogarty giners will be borne by a class tax.
$1.30 N~d'PA W ONDERFUL M EETING.
A ook fltitt the charm anil 9 niue ro ag .
the mystery and the svonder of (Cniidfrmpg1.
the great woods. it has becn Coach Yost, that Michigan would play
Isaid of Mr. Wlitc that he has the last minute f the game an hard
the powr to make you feel the as le ist.
woods as thc masters of salt wat- Captain Redden was escorted to
er-flction make- you feet the sea'' the pltorm. He sal tuay's game
*and in thechapters ot thi- bonik titt ele ratswveotaylo
±this quality of his wokIcis iinor db legetetee±lydo
Wprominent than ever befire Ferry Fied, ottd assirei Michigan
There are stories ofi experiences roters that tie team would tie ev-
and advenutes "on the ong ery ounce of strength that was ii
trail," in the wilds of C'anada, them to carry off the victory.
its of woodcraft. sketches of the The attdiene was then s wildly
Htabitants and the woods Indians hotefulthalit it itsistei tn hearing
of the northern country, pen pi- something ftill t'oach VYost himself,
turns of the great forest in its
many and variable moods hereponm the smiling iiHurrypanlstem arhdoteplatfor
_______________________________ amidtumtuoustitti cheering antial-
plaus. Coaich Yist exhiitel a tais-
S hechanitan is te shape f a rabbit foot,
ieceii with yelowv ani lubse rilbon,
ANN 32 o tARBOR.16Wdad DETROITAv e salvwas a siit that Michian
would win, le adeithat the tmen
ssre iniifite ioiniition and wotli io
thei besttit gain a victory. After
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank. this talk eery mian on the 'Varsity
eltven, inldirg the twitotiuarter
Capital stck,$0,000. trpls, $175,000, bakb adi Weeks asi Persn offered
tResources, f.H0ttlt
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS sitie fitting wrs tf enciuragemen
TRANSCTED. ii ret otis'lto peristett ceerig and
tOreit-s:asuthures iE.LIiscuet. Pres.; W.D.a calling for seehes.
Htarrimn, Vice Pres.; N. J. helt.,tasier. Tefliina sieaker was Professor
-- - ]'ates, of the law dearment, who
Q l~y1 nisiiL adlesswlattale remassron the
DRCO, stengthiiif Michigan's team.
Atr nite rais for the' Wisconsin
ffice 209$. 4th Ave. Phone 18. Resi- eve, the rooters sang thei"Yeliw
dene-302 K. 5th Ave. Phone 314. andttBlute as a cuting song and inn
Ambulance on call. great lasnmeting was ende.
MUSTUD[NTS' [ECTUR[ ASSOCIATION
ANNONCS
PRES. NORTHROPj

N frfNNSOIA LUNIVE~RSITY
J ON
ISATURDAYT 1V[NING, NOVEMBEIR 14, 1903
Subject: "KING LEAR"
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"ISLE OF CHAMPAGNE." N N N<N/N
The theater-going public of Ann*
Arbor will be more than pleased to Your Entire Needs in
learn that at last Manager Seaolt
has secured Grai's Opera Co., in the M dcl1 n
greatest of all comic opera successes, L , i l al
loinetf Champagne" which has ru
successfully for the past five years alU iest
to tremendous crowds through the United States and Canada. But this :Z l nv~bL
sill mark the first visit to this city of "4 T xt Boos.~
its heautiful scenery, gorgeous co-
tuimes and brilliant cast. One of the New and Second-Hand.
big features of this production is the
scenery which is carriedl by the com-
panly. "sle of Chamnlagne" without DraftinigJInstrumfets ad
do b , i h r a e t c m c o easc e s -on rec ord, having a rn E ng in eerin u p i esi~
f th re e y e a r n in N e w Y o rk . 0 0ee s i P i a el h a f u 'AS e ialt y ,~
wsi nCiaotewekinBson and long runs in St. Lous, Ceve-
land, Pittsburg and other large cities The Right Prices Alwavs. O
Tecmnheeof thin opera has n
been a lng looked for event, and f*eodHn ok
there is not doubt swhatever that thin 4
otpera house wihl notte large enoutgh BokQ
to hltd the criowds that will rush to Bought adSd at
see thie great conic opera, the "Isle Sl
sf Champagne."
Continued from page one. W H '
litie, antI it is not unlikely that he W A
with be given a chance tou dispttay hit BOOK STORES, I
ability in this direction today. : UP TOWN DOWN TOWN.
The Wisconsin squad will l ease
Battle Creek, where they have beet
going through scrimmages for lim-
tering up purposes at 7:2(0, and reach *
Ann Arbor at 9:23.,tCach C'trtisn411
says that his mens are in conidititon U iesty B os
anti will try their best tou beat Michi U ivr ty B os
gan. Baini appears to be out tf the
game for gootd, as he did nout accom- LAW DEPARTMENT.
pany the team on the trip. The line- FIRST YEAR.
ups are announced as follows: 4Aso tn Cotracts . 0.......3.30
Hiaitet & tyodruf's Cses o
Michigan. Ps. Wisconsin C onruct.... .oe.0
L. . *Knowiltoni'si'CaseshCriminiaiaw...300
Redden (C'apt.)....Abbott (Capt.) Jhluichstutse'sisuOasthesa thei
1... T. tay elhanshi.'. .lume...its ..Marl-
LT.±Tifnm n ac ............ .0
Curis................Washer lBuicksCses oniSal.... 45
L. G. ColyrdiToi's .ase ..us ...um ..s. 5.0
Cha.e'siCaisenT orts.,..... ee. 25
Shutlte ............... terthe tis'sCieiiitut . 23
C. SECOND YEAR.
Hottfets Negotiable Istumets 4,0
tGregory ,. ......... emp Pnry's totnott kLa Pleading. . 3.0
It.G Humtchis & anhmkeir's (ases us
Equithy .1Jurisprudt-ice .o
Gooduting ......... Chamberlain Tiffuany in Rel Promert .> Vus. 50
R. T. svlhugs' t'rituuraaihni es. 9,00hso
- iiie Mchen'sticiessof Iarttersmp 2.00
Maddtock. .......Fidly Mechesis oai'us os-lumteship,
R. Eiodard's Otlauiines miiCumseson
Buaiminits ad Carrers. Shhipm &
Hammiondi ............... ush iuiithmcsst'omontLa~uw Plead-
Jamesor ~ .... isggTHIRD YEAR.
Jae rNorcross ....... og Coleiy's rhi. of Cunstitthanal
L. Ii. aero L~taw. clthi...... ..2.6
F~eson ............ Vndeblozn Ioy tuicses Cutsiltatial lmw. 20
R .IH ± mhtsiss 0 hlsBukcs Cuises on
Psiity .trisirudeiue : dee.0
Graver ........... ...Wrabetz Eu]lot's GeereliiPractice,:Vas 500
F. j Syer's Css on Pheate niptr-
F.n timunmt uw .. . .2.0
Longman ..........Scofield SMehems Ptuihe Diuers . .ee
The officials will be Evats Wren CBukey's c. . . .3*30 ±betskit Ot
tf Harvard, umpire; Darbyg of Grin- litester oCuinveyn itg.
nel, referee, and Fred C .rel f i E. BARTHELL,
Nebrans, etdslinesman andh time-I
In the east two impotant conets .Sconud -Had.
will be playetoa.Yl an 325. Sate St. Second Flonr.
trincetots will battie at New Hasen, $ N N N I NO
for the championship of thin east, anti-
Chicago and the Army will meet at
Wiest Point. The latter game gives
an excellent chance for comparisoni
between eastern and western football,-
- Yoli' owVe t- to'your
Banners--All sizes and shapes--at f tDtI~fWlligs
Darling & Mallaeux's Savingo st i. - -
BANCY STOR,
COR. STATE AND LIBERTY STS. ____________
Souivenirhtray givenmuaway Firdy audSat -______________
urda~y wimeey prchiuse s2 ofi r imore.
D1tAH M. 51!IABLT, lManasgr
(Honaax, i ' ovember 16.
JULES GRAUS COIC OPERA CO.
In the Greatest of all Comic Operas
I1EISL Of CHIAMPAGNE
LARGE AND HANDSOME CHORUS.
Prics. 25c, S80c.778c, $1.00 $1.50.

j
Z TUEBSDAY, NOV. 17th%
THE EMINENT ACTOR,
ROBERT DOWNING
-N
THE HON. JOHN NORTHI
PRICIES : 25c, 35c, 50c, 75, $Itoo.

HEFNRY &KYIER, MECHNTTAILORS, NvRrvAE

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