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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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TlEMICHIGAN DAILY
Enteredas secodclasscr.statthe Ann
I Arbor Yost Office.

Announceffellt..
The Largest and Most
,Complete, Line of...
WOO LENS
in Ann Arbor will be found
at G. H. Wild & Co's, 108
East Washington St. Great
pains have been talten in
the selection of all suitings,
tiouserings & overcoatings
for this season.
G.eI WILD CO.1
108 E. Wash. St.
Stewart Edward White
Author ef "Cojurers Houise,"
-The Blae'rail,"etc.
TIDE FOREST
Ililustratedi with 18 fall-page iraitigs
and awiti decorationstby
Thoen~.s Po rty
$1.50 NET
A book full of the charm and9
the inystory and the wondei of
the gteat woods. It ha been
said olSir. White that lie ha9
the pow r to make you lcel the
woods as the masters of silt wat-j
er hection wake you feel the sea"
0 and in the chapters of thi hbook
this quality o1 his work is moy_,
prominent than ever before.
There are stories of experiences
and adventures 'on the long
trail, in the wiido of Canada,
hits of woodctaft, sketches of the
Habitants and the woods Inudiatis
of the northein country, ices pie-
tures of the great forest in its
many and variable moods.
5heehan's
ANN ARBON, DETROIT,
320 So. 'State St. 160 Woodlward Av.
01110 CENTRAL LINES
DIRECT LINE
TOLEDO. TO..COLUM4BUS
C. lb. MNa~or & Co.,
During Thanksgiving Vacation
Wivll be in a poition to decorate
your rooms without iconvenience
to yourselves.
303 E.'Washington St. 'Phon 237

Pulished belly tleondayeceepted) durnsethy;
colilege year, at i17 K. W5ashisgtont street,
S(besemcctfloor, side entrane) Phone §u:.3r1
MANAGING EDITOR:
II 5. EMORY 'IOcMASON
BSNESS MANAGER:
ROSCO 1 RSO
EDITORS:
Athletics. - - = ROETn- K. WALvONt
News,- - - - J.5,S. LE
ASSOCIATES:
Cltffod Stevensoen, Roey Peebeles,
A. M. (Grave, tHenery 1. Erwin
A. C. Pousd. A. it. Otmeyer.
Joseph.Y. Kerr. Stoddtard S. Motre.
Ida M. tiriesirigg. L. Waite Jeayne.
Geo. A. O(shoes. tIaroeld C. Suittet.
Edior YToday-A. R. PEEBLES.
Sueaeeetihes-ToeDollir etr i ear, payabie int
advance. It/detisqscii af ter 1Nov. 1.'1Y)3, $2.50
Office Hourst-i2:30 tn 130 and 6t30 to 7:30
p. m. Daily.
Address-ROSCOE B. HUiSTt)N, Bsiness Man-
ager, 33i Packard Street.
Teiephnne; d6i. "
CALENDAR.
Nov. 21.-Addtress Ity Chiorles Hurrey
on "The College Man in
the Worlid,' MacMillan
Hall, ai. 0:30 p.i. m
Nov. 22.-Spteclial religietus meetina
in Newbierry Hall at oi:-5i
Nov. 24.-Tuesday evenitig. Thanks-
givitig recess biegios in
all lUniversityidepiariments.
Nity. 21.-Singing Meeting 5:00 p. to.
University Hall.
De. 5.-Faculiy(Conicert in Srhoiel of
Music.
p. tn.
WITH A PATCHED-UP TEADA.
(Continuedl Freim Page One.)
Norcross 'fitoledel Hillis' punts,
Shultz. falling oni the pigskin. ,Shiultz
made 20 yards arond righ. antI the
ball belonged toi Oberlin ott Michigan's
40-yard line. Michigan hielid for
dowtis, bitt was petialized 1(1 yards for
aft-side lplay. Maddork punii dt~i o
Hammond, who 'coontiledl int his
traecs, Line lburks faileid tooidvansce
the bllt. Orreejeiggied lillis' icck
and Redden ag-sin saved the ball for
Michigan. Fromu this point ihe Wol-
verine advattce was like alireicessotn.
Maddork fuombted the pigskin after he
had crosseid ihe goual line, tbit Nor-
cross saved the secite. Hlammnond
goated. anid the scoe-irwoo, Mtichigan
22, Oberlin 0.
Behinid great initeference, Stimpson
ran beackc the next Iiclk-off'tee the 35-i

the match to Oberlin's goal would be ®f3~fffff+fff~f
a mere etiomeration of gains by the * Yo mieNesi
tackles and blacks. Curtis scoreid the * orEtr ed n
touchdown from the 2-yard line, b'lut"
the ball was called hack, and a 20-
yard penalty administereit. Ham-t a e ia n
this poiteWolfetosoreo' apltice *
kick from the 20-yard lute faileid. AtZ al ;
at left half. Mamontd scored after a 2 sL
succession of line hocks, atid kicked * Text-ooks
his onigoal.
After a seties itt penaliies and gainsZ
Hamniond made hi,,; seceonid failure on New and Second-Hand.
a place- kcick, andi tinieo-as calleit"
shortly afterwarid. The intermnissioen *"
was enlivened by the handl.Drafting Instrumlents- and
Te floig sbttswrnoted when the team litied up~ for ibe : Enginee tring Supplies :
second half: James for Norcross;*
Norcross for Reddcn; Person for Hige- ASeily
low; Thoimpson for Dettree; Ham-Z
mood for Gregory, atidEykce for Mad- Rihf-~as
dock. : TheRih Prices Alwas
'Thle first score in this half was hard2
to get. After a run itt 20 yarids by eod-adBoo1.
Wolfe, Stimpiseen gut the pigskin away e on-nau}O }
frmteih neri ndiown7e te hll~ Bought and Sold at
wotild net. alleiw tie score, bosseverc
on the groittd that the hail hail teenti
dlowntede by Wolfe'. Mtichigani sas*
again penatized fur hoelding, anid Ober-
liti soecred her ounly chance toi score. *A R'
Metealfos drop-kickc freem the 25-yard BO KSO E
line wetit wideeoef the pists atid Mich- * B O TRS
igan steupoters breathed eair.A se- UP TOWN DOWN TOWN.
ries of punts antdeedreins b ly
and Thtompison advanced the ball to "ffffffffffff
the 30-yardl line, svbere IHammnond
tried another place kicki bitt failed.
The balws-coagaite woreidctback to
Oberlin's 10-yard line, anid tCittisse-es 3 SLJ T
sent ever. Hanimond goialed. Score,
Michigan 2(1, Obcrliii0. GAS ES I
Theompson got Michigantsnxtsco t igkn a e t ar
tied down the fiel with mouie iii less ad
rlit byliet. kstatncin i msiiiSit leain-
by'gthelar ckfbyie.Haou ndcd ek Rain
goal, making the- scorie, Michigan 36 isih Oeln0
The Wolverines played their way Lind. I~I
through the opponent's line fh igoe Sinail aI o.
gains, and two mitiutes betorecltyi5 Fre- re.a- , k;:IiIIIl I.
Iwas calleid Curtis sco ri-uaittikicedi . ilteei I

hiso owtngoial. Score, Michigan 42
Oberlin 0.
Folloiwitng is the line-uip:
Michtigat.t, Otierlitn
Reiddena. Nerrosso......Met call
L. T.
Curtis. . . . tti
1I. C. r
Slitilte ............ It"elees
Gregory,Hamumontd ...Mcf~aniets
H. C.
Goosing............ Vant'leei
H. T.
Maddick, Eykce ... F. Dolant, Harding
H. E.
Tom Hammond, Itenlop...Shuirtz
Norcross, James.... -Huninugtoun,
... . . . . ... . . .McCarty
Weekcs. Wolfe ......Stimpoon
Rt. H.
DePree, Thompson..Miller (Capt)
F-
Pigelow, Person ... . Golan
The summary-Officials: Nofe-re
Hollister, of Northuwestern; utmpire.
Ed. Rtyan, of Detroit Athiletic Clutb;
headlineomati, Mecugan. Fitual scorie.
Michigant 42; Oberliti t. Time cii
halves, 22 minutes. Touchdowns,
Citris 2; Weekco, Hammoind, Thomp-
(Continued en Page Three.)

All
Hot fa I o ltiGd
rteres qed , WiliamS'
Slv isg - t

yard line, where he was tackled tby
Norcross, Sloe only man between the
runner and Michigau's goal. iHillis'
putnt ssas recalled and Oberlin lost 5
yardso for "off-sidle playing. His tnext
attenmpt was blockied, Bigelow drop-
phng on the hall and Weekes scored
after Fa few succssfol line"- buicks.
Hammond kicked' a difficult goal.
Score, Michigati 38. Oberlin 0.
Shiulte Ikiecedl toMiller, who re-
turtned the pigolciut te the'3(-yard line,
and repeated for a first down. Cur-
tis spoiled two plays and Oberlin woo
forced to punt feo DePree on Michi-
gan's 40-yard line. Tlie accoutnt of

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