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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

Fall
Allnounoolll ent..
The Largest and Most
Complete Line of :.:_:.
WOO0LENS
in Ann Arbor will be found
at G. H. Wild & Co's, 108
East Washington St. Great
pains have been taken in
the selection of all suitings,
treserings & overcoatings
for this season.
G,, H,, WILD CO,
10 E. Wash. St.
Stewart Edward White
Author of "Conjurer's Hose,"
"The Biszed Trail," etc.
THE FOREST
lliustrated with 18 ful-page drawings
and with decorutins by
Thome* Fogarty
$1.50 NE'.
A ook full of the charm and2
the mystery and the wonder of
the great woods. It has been
said of Mr. White that he "has
the power to make you feel the
woods as the masters of salt wat-
er fiction make you feel the sea"
and in the chapters of thie book
this quality of his work is mor.
prominent than ever before.
There are stories of experiences
and adventures "on the long
trail," in the wilds of Canada,
hits of woodcraft. sketches of the
Habitants and the woods Indians
of the northern country, pen pic-
tured of the great forest in its
many ad variable moods.
t5heehan's
ANN ARBOR DETROIT
320 So. State t. 160 WoodwarJ Av.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank.
Capital Stock, $50,000. Surpiss, $175000.
Resources, f,000,eO
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
TRANSACTED.
Orwscnns: Charles E. Iscec, Pres.; W. .
Harrimas, Vice Pres.; M J. Fritz. Cashier.
0. . Martin, D iRETOR.
Office 209 5. 4th Ave. Phone 98. Resi-
den4 302 S. 5th Ave. Phone 314.
Ambulance on call.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY supporter s after the game... The
Senior Engineering Society's banquet
Entered as second class matter at the Ann to the visiting Engineers from Wits-
Arbor Post Offce. consin was a decided success, and
Published daily (Monday excepted) during the was remarkable for the good fellow-
eOllege year, by the Michigan Daily Board ship exhibited between the members
at the University of Michigan. of the two colleges. The Wisconsin
MANAGING EDITOR: men said that though they were now
R. EMORY THOMASON out of the race for the championship
BUSINESS MANAGER: of the west, they would rather see
ROSCOE B. HUSTON Michigan win the honor than any
_- - other team. If Michigan can produce
EDITORS: so favorable an impression' upon a
Athletics, - - ROBEnT K. WALTON just defeated rival, as this indicates
N Awa,-- - -SSOCIATES: she need have no fear of being con-
Cliltord Stevenson, Rosy Peebles, sidered discourteous in any way to
A. M. Graer, Ilenry P. Erwin her opponents.
A. C. Pound. A. H. Ortmeyer.
Joseph Y. Kerr, Stoddard S. More. COMPARATIVE SCORES.
Ida M. Bronrigg. . Waite Jayne.
Geo. A. Osborn. Harold C. Smith. It is interesting to notice Michigan's
present position among the Western
Editor Today-S. S. MORE. colleges, as indicated by the following
statistics:
Subscription-Two Dollars per year, payable in P'ets eored P'ntS, ames
advance. If deinquent after Nov. 1. 103, $2.50 S'ored Ag'nst per gm. pl'd
Office Hours:-12:30 to 1:30 and 6:30 to 7:30 Minnesota . ..4591 712 445 113
.. Daiy.Michigan .... 49 49 10
Address-ROSCOE B. HUSTON, Business Man- Chicago .... .. 41 3 3 14
ager, 331 Packard Street. Illinois ....... .m11 89 30 12
Telephone, 461. Wisconsin .... 304 37 38 0
Northwestern.. 217 33 18 12
Iowa ......... 147 93 1 9
uN~oN ner. Indiana ....... 122 91 20 6
__Though Michigan still lacks five
points of scoring 500, she holds the
CALENDAR. record for the highest number of
points scored per game, and for the
Nov. 160-Lecture by Prof. McLaugh- least number scored against her.
lin in Tappan Hall, at 5 It is evident that only two teams
p. m. stand a chance of scoring over 500,
Nov. 17.-Lecture by Prof. McLaugh- and that these two teams will surely
lin in Tappan Hall, at 3 p. do it. Minnesota will pass the 600
m. mark. If Michigan does it she must
Nov. 21.-S. L. A. Course, lecture by roll up a big score against Oberlin
Walter Wellman on "Be- next Saturday. Oberlin defeated the
hind the Scenes at Wash- Ada team by 12 to 11, and Michigan
at Washington." defeated them by 65 to 0. Case de-
Nov. 20.-Women's League party. feated Oberlin, but since then Oberlin
Nov. 20.-Adddress by Dr. N. Schmidt has shown considerable improvement
on "The Permanent Value in her play. Last year Michigan
of the Book of Genesis," scored 63 to 0 against Oberlin the
Tappan Hall lecture room, week before the Thanksgiving Day
at 7:30. game. If she intends to pass the 6000
Nov. 20.-Inter-Department debate. mark this year she will have to do
Nov. 21.-S. L. A. Course lecture, by a little better than this next Saturday,
Walter Wellman. as 42 is too much to expect to make
Nov. 21.-Oberlin vs. Michigan. from Chicago.
Michigan may well be proud of the MICHIGAN COACH SUCCESSFUL.
true college spirit shown by her stu- A. C. Steckle, captain and end of
dents and supporters. In the game the Michigan football team in '99,
with Wisconsin Saturday this was es- sends word that the team he is coach
pecially noticeable, and there is no ing has recently won from the strong
danger that the team from Wisconsin tam from the Uiversity of Califor-
will have any reason to talk of unfair nia by the score of 6 to 2. In his let.
or uncourteous treatment received at ter he says: "Nevada did 'em up
Ann Arbor. The good feeling be- brown. Regards and success to old
tween the supporters of the two teams U. of M."
at the game was more strongly man- A. C. Steckle,
ifested than that at any game seen Capt. '99.
here for a long time. It has always Accompanying the letter was a
been a custom at Ann Arbor to cheer pamphlet with the title, "Souvenir of
for the opposing team when they ap Nevada's Victory over California, 6.2."
pear on the field, but nearly always In the pamphlet is a full description
ni the excitement of the game there of the game, and statistics of the
will be more or less cheering from the team. By defeating California and
bleachers when one of the opposing tying Leland Stanford, Nevada has
team is disabled. This is one of the earned the title of, champions of the
most inexcusable offenses, but it has Pacific coast. The credit of the great
occurred repeatedly, notwithstanding victory over California is unanimously
efforts to stop it, and the Michigan given to the "three Steckles," Coach
men are certainly showing great im- Steckle, and two of his brothers, who
provement in being able to say that are playing on the team. I. Steckle
on Saturday not one such "mucker" won the game by an eighty-five-yard
yell was heard during the entire run for a touchdown.
game.
The fraternal spirit towards Wist The Columbia-Cornell concert will
cousin was also exhoited in the royal be given in Ithaca this year, next Fri-
treatment of the Wisconsin team and day night.

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