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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.:

Fall
AIIIIRIIGmOnt..
The Largest and Most
Complete Line of..
WOOLENS
in Ann Arbor will be found
at 'G.- H.Wild -& Co, 10
Gast Washington St. Great
pains have been taken in
the selection of all suitings,
troaseringo & overcoating
for this season.
GI H.ILD CO
108E. Wash., St.
Stewart Edward White
Z Atithor of "Conure's ose,"
"TheBlazued Tai," etc.
THE FOREST
)lltitsaed silh S8fullpge dr slu
* Thorxses Foilsary
$150 Nt]11
A book full of the charm and9
*the mystery and thc wodr of
the great woods It has been
Ssaid of Mr. Whit that hi'"has9
the power to make you fol the
!wods as the masters of sut wat9
r fiction wake you feel the soea'
ahd in) the chapters of th- book
this quality of his work is nor..
Sprominent than ever before.
There are stories of experiences
sod adventures "on the long
trail," in the wilds of tanada,
bits of woodcraft skcthe of the
Habitnts and the weds IndiansI
of the 00rthere country, pn pic-
ture of the grat forest in its
many and vaiahie moods.
~heehan's
AfS AROR, DETRIT,
320'0. State St. 16 Wodwarl A.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank.
Capitial Stoc, $50,000. Surplus, $175,000.
Ressurce, 6205,505
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
TRANSACTE.
DvcN50: Charmes E. Iiscoc, Pes. v. D .
Ilarrimnan, Vce Pes; M. J Frie. Cashier.
Office 209 S. 4th Ave. Phone 98. Resi-
dence 3Q2 S. 5th Ave. Phone 314.
- Ambulance on call.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Enteed ais.scoisd ciass iisi aScheAnn
Aor"'Po s fice
Publiisbedi iily (Mloiidiy s-eliicii cuing the
coiiene e YtiiOtaS iL'F. toshin trst'ret,
(hutso[nsefluior, sideicnti-sce.)iE one r55c 5-3r.
MANAGINGS EDITOR:
S. EMlORYTO' lI)ASON -
1 BUSINSS5 MANAGER:
I tiOSCOE I13.lRUSTON
EDTOR:
Athleiics. - - -lisBnnsI. W'sONi
ASSOCIATE:
Cliford Sic'sv'sson, Roy reebs.
A. A. Sraver, Hsnry P. Erwin
A. C. losed. A. H.trtye,
JospihiY. Kerr Siiddard S. Mre.
Ida S. Ii esirig . 1. WalicJayne.
Goo. A. isborn. laoldiiiC. Siihc
Edtor Tday-ALFRED B. KOCH.
i,icriisiiissiTwo'lollari,ibn e year, pye, inici
adan~sce. f diciiietiicafier R'. . 103, $255~
Office Hours:-12:3 to 1:30 ad 6:301o 7:30
. m. Daily.
Addrss-ROSCOE B. HUSTNi, Business Man-
ager, 331 Packard Sree.
Telephone, 461.
CALENDAR.
Nov. 21.-Final class game, '04 law
vs. '06 Enginers, ii Ferry
Flout ai15as. .
Nov. 21.-Oberlin vs. Michigan.
Noiv. 21.-S. L. A. Corse, lecsur by
Walter Weltoian n "Be-
bled te- Scenes at Wash-
at Washingio.'
Nsiv. 21.-All-Fresh vs. M. S. D., at
Flint.
Niiv. 21-Rocky Mountain ('ub ban-
quet at Oyster Bay at 8
I. .
The' anouniiemen'tiof C'sahiYst's
decision to rs'naiii at Anii Arbr
anther yeair, eisies trig ing with it
the assrance sit sne moeise assin: si
victories, has gien rise to consider-
able speclation as toi te possibility
of securing a game next al with a
rcpresentative Eastern collge.
Surely, if we vin the campioship
thio year, wis will have arnes the
rightIsole rcgnieid as a swortly
opplonint of any' team n itii couiitry.
Is it ost possible, therefore, tso s-sre
an Easterns gamo'? ''here Oii lbe-lit-
tle doibt but that a large baid of
ooers woud go with the tean, ado
eeryoni' fe'ils confidenit that our tai
woulidcre hiim with a creditable
shoiwinig. It is to bei'liupeit that a
game will -be arrangid.
GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES.
A miniature model sif the otirnell
canipuis is being constructed for the
civil enginie'ringdeanmmet, for c'x-
hibiticon at the St. Louis Exposition.
The niodlis o btic Iaes'osftpaste' of
paris, with builings ot woos, ansi
niniature triees. The colinllg will
also be arefully reproducised.
Siime frolicsomec'yoing S w ioiat
Northwetern ht several sit the pr-
fesoors' hts at a Faconlty meeting.
just to swatch thens hunt for the' miss-
ing heaigear. Their fosndet hopes
were realized, for one of the profes-
sors became real angry andi fsrnihes
much amusement to the rest.

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The advance sale of eats at Chi-
cago for the Chicago-Michigan 'game
is as large an any previosl weeks
sale this season.
Th le Faclty ansi maageient cit
the University iii Chicago do not see01
to agree sn a certain question. The
Univerity has been wisely advocat-
leg the aboslitionsit the aimisson ee.
anid now the management has raisedi
the price sit seats higher than it has
ever beeni befors; in act, higher bhall
at any it the liglUniversitiessi11 thi-
1-oultry.
'T'he ('hristasiAssociationlsat Usr-
niell Unilversity is au:ospi t itots
execustiosn its san o interesting High
Schosl stuietsiCrell, by o-
qiiainting them with the nen prmni-
nein ithe CUniersity. I isplianel
to have a delegationi of (le1Clutbit mss-n.
guoid sliakers,.ansi sums' athletes' sithlb
tranch in which lbs schiool visiteis I
stronlgest,violtthlelpriartiry mni
at le ime of tele 1c'aditMindolins
concerts. 'fl'enien wilt arranige'to
spenid, it posibtwloesays aid a
ighti lbsesown, apearing at the
conlcert s anisimingig illsliii'stu-
setes. To icarry ut tie' priposied-ir
iaigonio'ts a funiid sit$1,000 w sill te
neededt.
Stagg is evidently Itryig to gt
Michigan soverossfidet sout thi'
'i'iangsgiving gamse, for hi' is qsotet
as follsws:
"So far as I caii 0e," hai sa,
"Mtlican has vry niuci lhe' bete
chianice isfwiniing fromi ss. It in
simply bseacse'they hays'ee ply-
ing a htter game thani o-i'hays. I
do novlase'my cipinion liy saiy ssm-
parisons of sosres sit games playd.
Neiheric so I take iiioascisintay
logarithmic tables. It is a rse cit
which is te itir team at preset."
Alt tte library sit Cornell Uiiversiy
ths'y huves a cirslatingideartmoet,
from wtich'i book an le taken hime.
Twosbookls cans be takeiut at a.
timle anid can Ibe' leptoitw oviwest.
Tie following little sibit was lriot-
in in thie'Idiana Daily: ''Hre's to
ike Wetern champioship forIndiiiiana
ill 1904."
DESERVED PRAISE
'Ihe tievelandt Press, of Nov. 17t
osider thse headt"Wste'rnitamseiqa
iti thise it Easterni Coiileges," coon-
mentsi pari as oloiws:
Misihigan anidlPrinicetoniwoldl puti
iui a attie riyal; Yale andlisntniiali
oilsiou~lfirnioi ailiterestig cun-
test. Iagine two teams with the rep
utationi of the 'Tigers ni thes Wolver-
mnes getting togeher. It would be a
caoe of Wrsterni methids against
Eastern. Fsr ac muich ao thi' Priice-
tee coachs'l h larerinfoltoving their
ideas, Yst has benl woring et
plans iof his owni that have developed
wonderful tams. A uniiqie character
in the foostbal wrd, pisisilly on' of
this'brightest lights ii tie history iof
the game, lie iinsils isso ]is,,mn a
spirit in practic which they carry
w-ith them in their games. Slied
heaid-work;, and nachinelhke ation
hav(' made Michigan tsams, fr the
last three years, the wiodier of le
public. If Eatern teans evrrun up
againistone of Yots best crations
one of the greatest battles vevr fought
on the gridiriin shoild reslt.

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Monday, November 23rd
The Farxuoso. Or1:jtnal. EvrlsaAsin
With Barn~oe 181. MehcDonadd.
America's piremiermc alhu organizaion-- N. Y. Ness, Septembher60h. 1903.
In a sumptuous reviahotfuhic gi-otest 'omnic opera evers witen
Dekovsa g. bSmitlh's
Thec only Amiericanr coiitopera chassic. Nothinigiclike it ini thei'word of
comiuc osperoc .. .Amserhia, Sep.thi. O.i.
Che ]BOSTONIAN'S Owx Orchestra.
PII eS sRos$2.00; Oestrase. aind 5 Rows Inl Cino,
n1a $S.50. bal fL owe r P-.- lseo.- $1. Bal. 75c; Gal.505c.
TUESDAY, NOVEMlBER 24, 1903
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