THE idCHIGAN DAILY.
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THiE SHORT LINE-
ANN ARBOR to
with direct connections at Chicago for St.
Louis, Kansas City. St. Paul and the West.
For informationand throughticketsicalstonor
write to W. V. CASE, Agent, Ann Arbor.
CHOICE CUT rLOWE & PLANTS
Chapin St., between Huron St. and Miller Ave.
New Brunlswick Tables
REID'S BILLIARD PARLORS,
Fine Cigars and Tobaccos
JAS. W. REID, Prop. 312 State St., S.
I have ust received the largest and finest
Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes
ever brought to the city.
Fine Lunches in Connection.
Everything Neat and Clean.
308 S. State St. R. E. JOLLY.
The School for Dancing
Ground Floor on Magnard Street
One Block west of State Street
Stores. 'Phone 2-4-6
YOU CAN GET A
At Tittle's, 338 S. State
Lessons, $3 peeer m of 12 Weeks
UNIVERSITY ACADEMY, State Street
4 PREnnSaRe OTPRINIPAL
PALACE 46 PARISIAN
Office W East William St. none 657.
Work called for and delivered promptly
. F. DOWLER, Agt.
Furnished for parties and cliurch
socials at wholesale prices, . .
301 S. State St. F.5. GI[ERT.
$5.00 IN GOLD
To be given away Wednesday, November 25,
10:00 p. m., at the
Pickwick Billiard Parlor and
Under new i anagemeit. For explanation
call and see us. 707 N. Univ. Ave.
110W I5 IT?
You young fellow are the most particular trade in the
land, and all these years cloies makers have been giv-
ing you the tag of their production-never considering
ye uimportant eio ;h for a distinctly different class of
tH E "A'KER& '®F COL LEGE CLOTHES
r came along aid p oduced those smartly tailored gar-
ments that hae already brought us the bulk of the towns
young men's trade. Made just like special-order suits.
Every bit as extreme as you want and priced to meet
Staebler (Q Wuerthl,
SOUTH MAIN STREET.
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GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES. "A GREAT CREATION."
The football training table at In- Mr. Robert Downing's appearance
diana tiniveity has ieen discoit- in this city this evening is looked
ed flack of fudforward to by the theater-going pub-
e Ce ilnds. wi sith pleasurable anticipation. In
his new comedy, "Hon. John North,"
Orville G. Frantz, the well known Ile is delighting large audiences
Harvard ball player, has been appoint, wherever he appears. The play;
ed head coach of the Harvard base which is in four acts, was written for
ball nine for the coming season. Mr. Downing by Herbert Bashford,
The scene is laid in a region of the
Cornell is endeavoring to form a country the author knows so well-
smimming club, and to send a team the city of Seattle. Act I represents
to the intercolleigiate meet in which an actual mountain view, as seen from
Harvard, Yale, Pennsylvania and Col- the Poget Sound metropolis. Mr.
unibia are represented. Hashiord has caught the spirit ci the
t si o t Northwest, and has written a rattling
'Ivert of ewsasich sCrite seite good comedy of Western society life.
University of Iowa, which for some Robert Downing's "John North" will
time has heeni on a decidled slump, eetDwigs"JtnNrh il
tis hearobsedaga dcidyaerslump, stand as one of the great creations of
has been artused again by a series of the modern drama. The interest cen-
tees about the strenuous nominee for
Governor ci the State of Washington;
A new German museum has been who becomes involved in an unpleas
formally dedicated at Harvard. The ant domestic affair, which threatens
museum was planned smne time ago to thwart his political amb'itions, and
by prominent Germans in America, which creates a world ci refined hit
and Emperor Withoutlis asolent wihcetsawrdo eie u
his aid to it. tnheir purpose in estab- mor. The play is one of quick action,
ish slit am to it.TheiriiieinesHab- thoroughly American in sentiment,
litching suieh a ntiseum is to give Hai -anofteiersthtol.
vard students a true conception of aid ci the interest that hclds.
what Germany stands for in modern CHANGES IN ELIGIBILITY RULES.
civilization, what her ideals have Some randical changes in college
been, and what she has contributed football rules regarding eligibility of
to the world's best intellectual pOs- players will be considered at the con-
sessions. Many valuable gifts from erence of the Big Nine in Chicago on
the Emperor, Prince Henry, and other November 27.
prominent Germans have been re- The following are the most impor-
ceived by President Elliot, to be tant:
placed in the museum. 1. Venial offenses. These, as well
as grievous ones are now punished by
The woman's dean at Northwestern dropping the offender from amateur
University objects to the custom es- standing. It is proposed that for mi-
tablished there by the young men of nor offenses one or more years be de-
not tipping their hats when speaking ducted from the four years' eligibility.
to the young women of the Univer- This would seem to rather encourage
sity. She said in part: "College men more than discourage amateurism.
are becoming less chivalrous. Tip- 2. Migrating athletics. At present
ping the hat when speaking to a an athlete migrating from one univer-
woman is one of the few remaining sity to another must wait one year be-
indications of the chicalry which char- fore entering athletics unless he is
acterized the earlier ages. I think a graduated from an academic institu-
man should be careful in such small tion, in which case he can play foot-
things, as taking off his hat when ball immediately in the college of his
speaking to a woman. These little choice. It is now proposed that men
things mark the gen.-eman." graduating from small academic in-
stitutions must attend the University
Tone year before becoming eligible to
S. C. A. NOTICE. play with the latter.
Dr. Nathaniel Schmidt, of Cornell, . Football rules committee. It is
will lecture in Tappan lecture room suggested that the committee, now
Friday, Nov. 20, at 7:30. His sub- composed entirely of Easterers, add
ject will be "The Permanent Value a few Western men to their number.
of the Book of Genesis." 4. Proselyting of athletes. This
Prof. D'Ooge will lead the mid-week subject is also to come up for discus-
service on Wednesday, at 6:45. sion.
is the measure of the man---
also te measure of the man's
clothes bearing this famous
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CLUETT, PEABODY & CO.
Cleaning. Pressing. Reairing.
336 S. STATE ST.
Clothes called for and
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Jewelry repaired at Schleede's, 346
S. State St. 42-46
Pantorium, 336 S. State. Cleaning,
Pressing and Repairing. Clothes
called for and delivered. Leave or-
ders at Cushing's Drug Store, or
. WAGNER & COMPANY, Importing Tailors &
123 South ain Street,
W AR N NI G ! Certain persons in this city have recently put on exhibition, and have offered for sale, a cheap line of imitation dia-
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We offer Rings, Brooches, Pendants, Scarf Pins, Lockets, Studs and Cuff Buttons that are apparently worth from $75.00 to $350.00 for from
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Genuine Barrios Diamonds are for sale in Ann Arbor only, at
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