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Michigan Daily, 1903-11-15

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Look for tbe I. H. . r.abel I eciaI ffrinq in
In your coat. It's the gtreatest H ren'& Furnshinu s
,,Aj 0(05rity hond ever issued. We
ihave Hat, Schaftuer x :LMarx $6.00 All W~ool, F'ancq Bath Bobes, p-iecd at $3.98
Suits and Overcoafs $1,50 Adheis's 8treet and Dq-ess Gloves, - $1.00
FRIOM s. $4.50 Men's Fivest Laemb Wool Setters, - $3.00
;- 02.00 to $25.00Q The Clothiier, BoxofJ6 Pin e Linen Cambric11 odlecrrhiefs, Jor 75C
1qendessvaiet "X Newest Styles in Neck Ties acid Collars shown lhis week
*f Wi SOUTH MAIN STREET lACK E! CO

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L~, THE
IOTOGRAPHER
121 E. Washington St.i

Established 1881 _ 106 H~uron Street, Eas
® BVR.CHFIELD'S FINE TAILORING TRADE

We are prepared this season to meet every demand, as
0 we have increased the nutmher ot workmen. As usual
we have UbeInest Line. 4f Woolens in the
city. Art and Skidl will predominate in our work as in "
the past. We respectfully invite your enquiry.
! ~S. W. BURCH FIELD

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jOthers Claimf Themii We
Have Themi
is e1 tilla drlm oses
,+ o II .1 ,II 1 the, 1 I Ncrli]
(se~fai hs~lu carv l ed wihNc
Th stly strictly First Class Shet*
5. rder Dining Seem in the City I.£
theI ladies. A
Willits, The Caterer~
(fly I p'r from 'less' 11 il. mlngh
A 315 S. STATE ST.
New Brllnswick Tables
AFr
REID'S BILLIARD) PARLORS,
Fine Cigars and Tobaccos
JAS. W. REID, Prep. 312 State St., S.
Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes
Fine Lunches is Connecion.
E lryt'1hing Nelli and1
308 S. Sate St. R. . JOLLY.
The School for Dancing
GRANGUI'S!
i rouind floor ons Maynjard Street
4 (1111 (dock1 ,vest nii seltie Street
t stiores. 'Phone 2-4-6
t YOU CAN GET A 0
Hot Lunch r
At Tsttle's, 338 S. State
Lestino $3 prr TFom ro 1 2 tVerrsJ
UNVRSITY ACADEMY, State Street j
PROFESORSCTT PRINCIPL
PALACE 61 PARISIAN
~.LAIINDRY AGENCY..
WIooa 1-ledl-lI 1and11 (Iriceredl promeptly
fI . V. DOWLER, Aqi.
PHOTOGRAPHS
JCall en
SEYMVOtJR'S STUDIO
316 S. Stain Street.
SP'ALDING'S OFFICIAL
INSTER-COLLEGIATE
FOOT BALL
Usd hy alt the Leading
Foot Ball Pants-Lc f0erent,
hips meld knmeespaddwt
flneu5 har551115 cll[ Ithighs.
- with 011111 stripes.
A . G. VA5LDING & BIOS. 4
incerperatedl.
New Yerk, Chcago, Dever. 4
+Spalding's Official '11111 liall Gside
Price 10 ceents.

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HIANSWER[[R, Caterer, S501111 TAST.
(Cottinued IFom Page Two) Wisconsin still could not gain
gain, Hammol~nduldlropped' bark for a, against Michigan's deense and Bush
Iliac's kickfotre 11 24-yard line, the pute tel Graver, who by clever dodg-
bul hbing dirrty in frntl f the ing brueght it back to the 25-yard
polsts. Fverything seem'edl farorablel line. After anolther five-yard penalty
to) a sucrcessful gal, anid hr botc~d Saidoc pntee to midfield Mich-
the tall fr1101Janies's hanids diretly gal's defense was allsolltely impreg-
Iove'hr te br Pandlemonliulm 111o111 nale('andc the ball went lver on down
loose as the first score of the game on 11r 50-yarl line Mihigai was
was mlae.' Score Mihiganl 5, Ws- agini penalizedl'.10 yards for agf-side
conin 0. playing andI Wisconin alsee receivel a
(On1the tnexttkirk-off lRdden'lcwas 1ff- fiveyard penaly.
sidel and1 Shulte' adl t11repeat his At the freulet penalties Yost e-
icke-tIhis time fr10111his 51-yari l10' ine mre rxciell and ventre upon110the
P'ete'rson fumb11ld111111 leltin dolwned 0111, r1111which he was prmptlylx
the tbal 111 Wisronsin's 5 yard linelPrledl by lhe referee. An exchange
Maddocllk gainedlllthre. Linecktll~s of punts followed ani the ball be
nettdI smll Igails. T'elie rrceslt play 100g1dIlo Michigan on her 2-yad
lf th Ita011111c1me1 at Iis Ipinl. 'Thirdt ill. WioInin held tfle (owns 110
doiwn willshre11o11to gain. Madock Michigan's 25-yard line,tBush tried a
was givens the al Cor 11h1'splremel0 drpll kick, which was bloed by Red-
effort andl wihsa umigty leap hurdledtIll'. Wison~si was hellCr dewns
Findlay oCr 1110' 111st tirltouhownl of the 1)11S1-yard1111. Timenecallel.
titanc strulggle. I lallnlossdt ticked a Offcials-Wrenum, Harvard, umire;
uificut goal andllthe cr11wel went wili. Dary, tGrinnell, referee; Cornell, Ne-
ise seloe: Michsigans 11, Wiscconsims0. rsa, limesman.
AiidedI ly lhe 1wi111, Sllttelloed
1111 btick-sfft ovr Ish' 1g1111p1111"1int'l FINAL LASS GAME A TIE.
thec crolwd. OnIthrlimnt out1fromth1e1' (Continued from page l..)
25-yard lime, Abbott~i kickedlilIo (Curtis. chose tec' morth goal to cdefemnd. 1Brnm-
whol~ dcownl'd till' tigskimson11Wiseom-camskickedoI1ff for the lass amdthe
sil's 35yard 1111. tHlstonm lbldlbt ot vat ws (doweliel ectheEmgieeers
ecovred('lhelbsatl l antd1111Ihe nxt-25-yardi line. tGathell made eight
playho' gainecII twol yards, straining yards 5011 Iy sor, steady gains the
his 11111 kmnee in thc' lttemt.tl. James's ligstin was advanced to the middle
quarltrbactk kirk gave the altot~ Wis-o t i'eld where the Laws got the
omsin 1)11hr own 1 2-yardi line. Wra- tall on115cdown. By olc amc five-
11110 wa110 downedl'Ifr1110 tehind by Rol- yardl gaimso they arned the all back
del, 111s11g 1111 yards. ush puontedl again1te lhe Engineers' 25-yard line,
111155 his goal losts Itto Redden, swho wlee thcy fumnble. Omi a fcmblo'
hlhee'i' all hattdl Mlbichiganmlform~edltill'pigskimn went tc the Law
toleaafree plall' kicro1111511113:1-yardl 1111tle tirIy-yarcd line, hbt thy
limo. '111e atemptlfaild bt hint1ball0 were unbl' to gain and th' ball went
17ar17y mised 11th'nark.tGraer Ito tes'Egineers olme circled
heeller[1te1 ut-t 1on511tIho' 55-yardl right 101d for 15 yards. bt limebuckels
11111 5111 n the.'first 1p157 cirleid 1ush,1.faildl to net thema any graund anol
dodgedl thefullballck 11111 aide([l by 1t1.y panltedl to the aws on the t0O
splenidlhinmtererenceIfromis iammsnond yard lime. Hyde proved a ure
5111 Redden, evaded[ Atbot and placel ground gainer and again and again
Itho pigkins squarely behindllte goal was ent thromgh the line, carrying
pools. 'l1is pay7 was notl. allowed e- the oval back to the middle of the
caseIof lis 110heing the tbal. f111, wen time was called for the
Michigall lined lupl 011tho' 4-yarl firs lhalf.
imi or tCo fIc rot' 1l1ac11'rickleareIby 'Ths' tEmgiers icked cff 5011 Hahn
traveor's hooing thI' ball Hammond w1a50downedet ollthe 30-yard line, e
was equlal teo tie occasionmsand wonm cirlei rigt end fr eight yards and
lasting fame by drivingite 11511 again for 12 te Laws lost the ball,
sqularely betwen the posts, Michi toumg,. in the center of te gridiron
ganl l6, Wiscon~sin 0. 11n1 dowls. Hlme turned right end
After the kick-Iof, Wiscnsin halt forl a _0-yarl gain but only to have his
1110 b1511111 their 35-yarn. line. Again 0s1151 los th oval on downs on the
thely wre unlalble o gaims 51111Bsh, Il-yardl line. Thle Laws took le ball
imi attenmptinsg ll clmplcate Madlocas to thir 45-yard line, where tey Cr-
een from a fake punt, was throcwn Cr eited n (lwns, but regained it again
a 10-yard loss, The ball was called the same way. The Engineers got the
tack and Michigan penalized five pigskin again on the Laws' 50-yard
yard~s. Bertce tbrokle thlroumgh the line ]fim(,, bmt lost it on the 40-yard line,
for 10 yards. lames maling the tackle Hahn sprinted around right end tr
in the bactk field. Wrabetz was im- 20 yars ut the Engineers got the
jured11 an11hils place was taken by Rob- oval again on the 55-yard line and
inslo., punted, when time was called
"4ALLEN'S FOR QUALITY."
Fall Suits now Ready
$10.00 and $13.00
Best in the world
VNYION LABEL ONr EVERY GARMENT
ALLEIN, ITH[ CLOTIEUR
113 S. AAIN STREET

Phone 52-3r
Pantariumn.I
Cleaning. Pressing. Reairin.
336 . STATE ST.
tOv'n.-Cusns)a
*Clothes called for and *
Delivered.
Leave Orders at Cshns oe
Phne 582 3.
ELECTRIC FAN.5
Electric Cki fiing Dishes t
Electric Table Laisstm5
in f.. leehei qt li 11 t- op 5..u
4.
POW~k COMPANY. :
ICcr W-6longt-q and 4tIhAc. P.2731
BAILEY & EDM'UNDS,
FISH NETS
P'OPDr-CORATING.
21 East Liberty Street
M.te ATHENS PRESS .
011I0 CENTRAL LINES
Drect Lne between Toledo, Colum-
bus, Athens, Ga~lliols, Chasmrton, W.
Va., and the Suth, Asik your aet or
apply to t. . LEWIS. . A., 7 tainrt St.,
Detroit,.Mich. MOULTON 1115C,
G. P. A.. Toledo, O.
hlighest Casb Price
paid for seond-hantd clothing.
Shoe repairing wiile you wait.
Goods called for
S. GODSIN.
818 East Washilngtone Stree-t.
MRS. J. R. TROJANOWSKI,
The Prfessonal Hale Dresser
322 S. State Street, lp stars, etssp-
iallsinlltationw elaldlells to o'cltier p01r1
losoinssspetlhrmnewlinerIof hilr 11111d1to1ile
goods.
Try my Scientific Face Masage and
Manicure.
Money Loaned
ON
Watches, Diamonds
Or other perscmta propety of
value. Watches and Jewery SRe-
paired. Bargains in Watcthes
and Diamonds.
Office a t residence. 31 E.Li tb-
erty Street, Ann Arbor. Hors 8
to 1t:30 a .1., 1 to 334 p. m., 7to
9 p. m. All tBusiness Confiden-
tial. JOSFPN C. WATTS.

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