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ager, 331 Parhard Street.
Dec. 2.-Lecture by Prf F. J. Tur-
ner on "The Beginnings of the'
West," in Museum lecture room,'
at 5 p. m.
Dec. 2.-Lecture by Prof. J. O. Read
on "The Physical Basis of-Music,"
in Physical Laboratory, at 4:30 p.
Dec. 5.-Freshman spread in Barbour
Dec. 8-S. L. A. Lecture Course.
Lecture by President Eliot, of
Harvard, on "Democratic Reme.
dies for Industrial Strife."
Dec. 10.--1906 Class dance.
The regular meeting of The Daily
Board will be held. today in the Cam'
pus office at 12:45. All members
must be present.
In this issue The Daily prints the
first of its weekly letters from the
Chicago Daily Maroon. These letters
should prove interesting on account
of the nearness of the two universi.-
ties, and the many things they have
in common. In the past the feeling
between Michigan and Chicago has
not always been any too cordial, and
it is hoped by means of these letters
to establish a stronger spirit of friend'
liness and good fellowship between
the two greatest institutions in the
West. At the recent game the Chi.
cago rooters gave the Michigan team
and rooters fair and courteous treat.
ment. They showed the best of feel-
ing toward us even in defeat, and
gave us all the credit for the great
victory without detracting from it or
GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES.
Professor Kelsey, of Michigan, is
lecturing in California. He will de.
livertwo lectures at the University of
California and one at Leland Stan-
ford. His object in visiting California
is to organize two Pacific coast
branches of the Archeological Society
The students of Leland Stanford
University are considering the adop-
tion of tie honor system ilo exagupa-
The tgtal regi siraOpn Columbia
Uniyersity fur 103 is: 447, with 576
TWELVE MEN.GET "M's"
(Continued From Page Two.)
gainer; but his forte is the impreg-
nable defense play. Curtis also rivals
Hamnond as an accurate goal kicker.
He is president of the fresh engineer-
ing class and comes from Pueblo, Col.
He is 5 feet 10 inches in height, and
weigh 196 pounds, three pounds more
than any other man on the team.
R. F. SHULTE.
R. F. Shulte, left guard, was not
considered particularly. promising
when he reported for practice the first
week of college. Sulte has justified
his selection by Coach, Yost by; con-
stantly improving throughout the sea.
son. Shulte has also developed into
a splendid "kicker-off." His kick-off s
are the best seen on Ferry, Field in
years. Shulte is a fresh lit from St.
Louis, Mo., and weighs 192 pounds.
His. height is about 6 feet.
(Continued from page 1.)
City of Chicago has a clubhouse more
fittingly or more richly furnished than
the Reynolds' Club of the University.
The woodwork is dpe by hand, in
black oak. The frescoes are hand-
painted, by the et rural decorators,
The ftirniture was desisned specially
by the architect of the building, and
the rugs were all made to order. The
club is doing more than anything else
to unify the University life of the
men, All men of the University are
eligible to membeship on the pay-
ment of the annual dues, which
amount to something like $8.00, a very
nominal sum. The club started with
The Varsity musical clubs will have
an extensive Christmas trip. The, en-
gagements will be as follows:
Dec. 4, Englewood; Dec. 11, Mandel
Hall; Dec. 21, Dubuque, Ia.; Dec. 23,
Rock Island, Ii.; Dec. 24, Muscatine,
Ia.; Dec. 25 (Christmas), Washington,
Ia.; Dec. 26, Burlington, Ia.; Dec. 27
(Sunday) a. m., Burlington, I,; p. in..
Ottumwa, Ia.; Dec. 28, Ottumnwa, Ia.;
Dec. 29, Chariton, Ia.; Dec. 31, Ft.
Trials for the Cross Country Club
have been held over the four-mile
couse with the following results:
Lightbody, time, 22;29%; Matthews,
Lyon, Kelley, Henry, Woodworth, Wer-
ner, Crocker, Fahr, Kerwin, Kirtley,
Post, Flemting, and. Tvlor, whose time
The annual freefiman-sophomore
game resulted in. a score of 11 to 0 In
favor of the sophomores. Only once
in the history of the-University have
the freshies won the annual game.
The present senior classwon its fresh-
man-year game by the score of 6 to 0S
Coach Stagg is growing slowly, but
steadily better, although he still suf-
fers much pain from an abscess in his
middle ear. The. doctors expect thati
he will be out again in a week.
The election 6f a football, captain
for next year will be held December
16 at President Harper's annual din-
ner, given at his house. Speik, left
end for three years, will probably be
elected HARRY W. FORD.
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Mary Hartwell Catherwood
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C apt, C'har-les King
Abraham Lincoln SpeechesL LtChltteden
The Redemption of David Corson
Ch arles. Fredpecick Goss
The Golden House. IlstFated
Charles Oudley Warner
The Californians Gertrude Atherton
Tue Aristocrats Gertrude Atherton:
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A Mlaster of Craft W. W. Tacebs
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Warwick of the Knobs, Illuosrated
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For Love or Crown. Illustrated
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The Love Affairs of as, Old Maid Lillian Bell
The Captain of the Janizaries
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