THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
The Largest and Most
Complete Line of ..
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 soitins,
trouserings & overcoatings
for this season.
THE MICHIGAN DAILY alty and devotion to the University.
Nor is this pride a selfish one.
Entereud as second-class matter at the Ass Through all of Michigan's triumphs
Arbor Post office.- and vicissitudes, both in educational
Published daily (Monday excepted) during the and athletic pursuits, her democratic
college year, at i17 IE. Washington streei, atmosphere still predominates, a char-
(basemcent fller, side entrance) Phose 5S5-3r aeferistic which has gained "Michigan
MANAGING EDITOR : more friends than any other tniver-
S. EMORY TIIOMASON ally in the country. This democratic
BUSINESS MANAGER: spirit prevails in tlie class rbom, on
ROSCOE1B. SRUSTON the campus, and even in social life.
-- - - -- -In athletics no institution is more re-
ED3ITORS:c nowned for such sportsmanlike con-
Athles.- - - tfosnav K. WVAnLvON duct toward busth friendo and foes.
News,-- - - -V3. 5. lBAsir h sc n amopee h
(llod ASSOCIATES lWt uh a tiohr, ts
ClfodStevenson, Rloy Peebles. growth of the greator spirit is inevi-
A. 00. Gravecr, Hoary P. Erwin table, and Michigan will continue to
A. C. Foused. A. H. Orteyer. represent, as in the past, all that is
Joseph Y. Kerr, Stsddard S. Mare. noble and commendable in scholar-
Ida M. Crowsrigg. I. Waite Jayne. ship and sportsmanship. Here is to
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Facto Ouliords.8 Illastrations StillCarleton
Lazarce. I l l eotrtlt
Carct, tCharles iKing
Abrahamcincoln Speeches L. It. thittendres
The lRedemiptioicot David Corson
Charles Frederick Gose
The GocldensHlouse. Illustrated
Charles iudley uArer
The Caolifccrncianos cersnude Al Iertoio
Ice- Aristocrtss Gertrsude Athiertoce
Flots. Illustrated Henery Sewn Merrimanc
A'Master of Craft Wt. W. Jcobs
Tice Mosatle ccc Elijach. I llustrsted . . gil1
Wacrccicklof lthe Kccno. Illustairtedc
'dith hoops cf Stccl. tClorrc l llsirations
Florence Finch Kelly
Forve ors ,t-Crown. Illustrotedl
Arthcur W. Mari'hmncst
'rhe Lovc A5 flairs icf caOld OMaid Lillianc hell
Thce Capicn o cf thce Jasicciries
James M I~sdlow
Itls5rthecmcosibcle.: Illustrated Sarah HGsnd
Thce flloecsWolf's tBreecd. Illustrated
Well. Aftecr All Franckfort Moome
Th ict te AcchoofatM.0dhlicricict
J. Storrr Cloustan
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Editor Today-HARRY H. ANDREWS
Subcription-TJwo Dolars per sear, payabhle do
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"The Blared Trail,"etc.
THE FORES T
Illstrated with 18 fall-pase drnss
an cwiieitth dtecatoPh I
Tiosn.. as ' a-ty
A book full of the charm and9
4the mystery and the wonder- of
f the groat woods. It ,has beon
Ssaid of M0r. White that ho chas9
Sthe power to make you feel the
Z woods as the masters of salt wat-
or tiction snake yoss feel the sea"Z
N1 and in thu chapters of thi., bookI
this quality o1 his work is iior..
prominent than ever before.
and adventures icon the long
trail," in the wilds of Canada,
bits of woodcraft. sketches of the
Habitants and the woods Indians
of: the northern country, non pic-
3tures of the great forestini its9
many and varcable moods.
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A GENERAL BANKING BUStINESS
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Ambulance on call.
°Nov. 26.-Escanaba vs. MoBeton Miar-
hot, on Ferry Field, at 2:
30 p. m.
'Nov. 26.--Returns of Michigan-Chi-
cago game given in CUni-
Nov. 27.-Woman's Leagule party in
Nov. 30.-:Lecture by Prof. F. J, Tur-
ner, on- "The West in the
Museum lectiure room, at
5 p. m.
Dec. 73.-Faculty Concert in School of
With this isse.e The Michigan' Daily
suspends publication during the
Thanksgiving vacation. The next is-
sue will be that ccf Tusday, Decem-
THE MiCHI1GAN SPIRIT.
With the approach of Thanksgiving
Day there are many things for which
thpe student body might lie grateful.
Hut the one thing which stands out,
and in comparison with which all
others seem insignificant, is the devel-
opment of what we may term the
Michigan spirit. Not many years ago
the criticism was made of Michigan
that the student body was split up into
factions along departmental lines, and
that thero was little real patriotiom
for the t'nivereity as an oducational
institution. This may have been an
usat criticism, but that departmen-
tal ricalry existed none will deny.
During she last three years this fac-
tional spirit hae largely died out, and
in its place has appeared a sentiment
and feeling- of pride in the institution
as a whole, which is growing stronger
every year. Me the causes what they
may, fl i5 much is certain, the envi-
able position whipils Michigan has at-
tained - in athleljtcs., has done more
than any other one thing to discour-
age petty jealousies, and cement tfie
students together with feetings of loy-
GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES.
Superintendent Cooley, of thse Chi-
cago Board of Education, dleclareh
that t he tUniversities are paying too
little attention to the standing of gooid
athletes in taking them icno the tUni-
versity. Me clains that this is ex-
erting a demoralicing influence on the
preparatory schools because the stu-
dents leave for college before they
have finished the required prep.
Of 392 women graduates of the Uni-
versity of Indiana, from 1869 to 1901.
233 are still unmarried. It is said
that the reason for this, is that col-
lege women have higher ideals in re-
gard to matrimony than other women,
and that their independence, as re-
gards the earning of a livelihood
makes them less desirous of entering
William F. Oesterle, a '02 man, at
Indiana, has recently been awarded a
patent for the electric reduction of
clue ore. Heretofore the method of
obtaining zinc from the ore wtas by
means. of clay retorts, a cu~mbersome
and laborious process. Now by means
of a new electric furnace the ore is
easily and cheaply extracted. Four~
men with the electric furnace can
now produce as much zinc as 100 men
could formerly in the same time.
Epsilon Nu is the name of a new
senior society recently organized by
the yosung weomen of Northwestern
The following is the opinion that a
professor cit Greek at Northwvesteore
has of athletic contests:
"Thze Greek athletic cocntests were
free fcom excitement, and in this re-
spect they were ahead of osirs. I fear
that we hoave carried the matter to
far. When a football player beccimes
so wrought up over a game that he
cries like a baby if he is defeated, it
is tinie for him to quit and do acme
thing more manly."
There will be a meeting of Fresh-
man class this afternoon in room C.
Cniversity Mall, at 5 o'clock.
ALL-FRESH CLOSE SEASON.
The All-Fresh eleven scored 11
points on the Deaf Mutes of Flint.
Saturday. This was the last game of
the season, and the freshmen have
certainly acquittod themselves credit-
ably. Coach Johnson, who is in the
hospital with typhoid fever, was re-
ported much improved yesterday.
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