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Michigan Daily, 1903-12-06

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

Fall
Anlnoullcemuent.
The Largest and Most
Complete Line of :
WOOLENS
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 suitings,
trouserings & overoatings
for this season.
G. H. WILD CO,
108 E. Wash. St.
Stewart Edward White
Z Attoreof"Cnjrer's Hese,"
"The Bised T.rail," etc.
ziiiziRuS;
sitith ertsinssby
Thuo e~u Fogarty
160 NT.
Abook full of the charm uad
the imystey and the wonde' of
the great swtods it has been
said of Mr. White that I' "has
tepower to make yfelth
rcitcon wake you feel the sea"
.u in the o'laltei't oiithi-book
dai q~Cuality o his work is mo.
pl'olniiflct than ever before.
There are stories of experiences
Iand adventures "on the long
trail" in the stlds iii Canada,
Habitants and the woids Indians
of the northern country, len pie-
tures of the great forest in its
trheehan's
ASSP ARBOR, DETROIT,
320 So. Stae 5. 160 Woodward Av.3
01110 CENTRAL LINES
DIRECT LINE
TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS
PO.,-Crs- ssll T-i-
C. 3. NAJOR £& CO.
Those wshig to have their rooms papered,
tinted, or decorated
During the Christmas Vacation
should leave orders early.
203 E. Washngoln St. 'Phone, 23?

THE MICHIGAN DAILY irute know of ihc sock. Among tlie [FINN CENTFS [ACHl
_stiideiits mucit the samtepluenstill he
Enteredl as seond-class satter at the Ass foliowsed, the fraterniti's will be vie- + ++
Arbo ost tficte. ied, anod a house ts house canvas ef-
Oshlisheid ailyl(Mondayexetied) duringthte fevied. With energetic and perslistent 1eia iied[ii
mcsg year, at its7 E.Stashiongtn stee'tefforts it will be but a question of a 'I'LY ~P'IIT
lee, id' ot euicl heo liiIcvery shurt lice beftre Mihisinssill
SS ANAGINGI EDITOR: lie equipped with a clubhouse, equal a EP ACP,(IS
S. E:41utn'IIICIMASON in e'very' respect to thsei' thelicEast,.- I'es:lii -iis. l I leist casl lss ttiICl(eiti
1 BUSINESS MANAGERs: ccin coliloes. [izaea c. Il~rt
ttt)C1)EIi+ . H [iSTOiN ____Bel___we______the_ cItte.111s i ied iiil
GOSSIP OF THE CLLGSCii t iles IRin"
EDITORS COLLEGE haiuliincolnI iiiiii Sut-des L1I Ci iiiliii
Athletics. - -lliio es-Ti' . SvALONvi Aftei'Noirths Divisioindsitedi iitil eli Ii li n.i.i. .,li Crs1
Ae s,- -- -- .. . ioY BIoys' :h-igh Schosol, 5of lriio~ythe 1use I tie isislii ilssisi lsr te
ASSOCIATES:l tius ilg lfoottiallpeases'sus ed hlrsibiii - )1 isiS' va rust's
leetuis. lii lie'eNrCisliivisisiililei 1,1iriii i'Alliieiiiii
CifforS5teutsonu, Roy Pele, totetiublic: NrhDviin Sfat- iAstort t i-eiii i''i,1ertiui
A. M. Graver, li-es 'P. lEwin 'ii the Boiys' -igh Schoiil 75 to 9; teIlls 1 a - -Isrtd"Hnyi eor3erra
A. C. Pound. A. it. Oto etyer. Itoss' 'High Schos ti ed ii thle Prine-ou I'l( Iii' t ci ofiiC iit' l iii ca11 ts ii I . I.-us's-ill
JoisephltY. letr. Sitiddarid S. Moe.e smn6t 'teFesmnd-W1i c:o tt nb.IIata
Ida Ms. Bom'sirigg. I. WSte'Jayne.' ehJo i h;ieh'eliai t Ciili t iii iihI iso,
feated Amherst aiid Excise;Aniheist 5isii lioops oi steel. CloeIllurain
Gle. A.tOsboroi. lHariilidC. Smuith.lre N
Hariry 01. Anirewis. ds-eted'i Harsvard; Hartvardldefeated 5iv r 'ovr llsro1 inch te ly
lbs the'arlisle Inins; 'the Indians'5 dii Ati o. tIarchi,
Editor Today-A. R. PEEBLES. lns'rirlsistrl nitts o ii'e Claii Aiical h riii i ililsili.late
liiis North I]t!s islin Irank boshtli i ie .Ili's \I. uiiliii
Suscrseiption- Twies )oiiasspecyias-, lsiiyiiiil iniEast.anilWes? i 11i hits l' ioissiii c. I 551si teild i iii 5-iGr ind
udvance. If eilecafiesltic .Tic1. 1903, $50 ' Bak-isrsGee. -1sta
tic ale ~comco ell.AliteAll rtristui .osu
Office Sours: 12:30 to 1:30 ana 6:30 to 730 (his "V'li" Ai(irsics i lie Itilsi-. Suthciiiof _i. (1, 11-1
p. m. Dily. ' Niortheestero, swas tiresented weii a .torsi-eCnta
Address-ROSCOE S. HUSTON, Business nean- slel lc isng-cupibytihli'eiiieib'rs ofii i it l i s wit be ddedi)'0I tueIo ime.
ager, 331 lPackard Street. liii' Itittball teami at.liii'aiiiiial fiiii-
Telephone, 461. sill banqueti. 'aptiain Fle'agi-r, whos 50 CENTS [ACHI
lois sirsvei Colicyearssoii lii' tsaim,
C was trseiteddwstiIsa slitwatici fob
CALENAR. Aconfrenceof Conel- s fooball Wahr's Book Stores.
ciiachies ito ieterie ill liii-foiiiil U p onhinTw
Polley for nitiyeair, has bieieiicualied IwnDwnIw
Dec. 6i-Michigan hDaily Boairdl :Break- for CDe'cmber 15, andilall she ilidslurs
last. are ixi~ci I-Itoiireturn. Itillhii' a
De. t Asiress by lDr. -hildnitns- largI se ission, atnstini istitft heisils-
iuilitn H-al at 6:301pti. aSt us sasoniuatis liket-t bei an' itni
Dcc. 7.-Lecture hby Proflessor Stanley t5 etiii on(,. 'liii'scntimet amongnisin
sin"hbe Evoltutin of MusicalIn-iCornelltundergradisuatus unitatisitoi is
strumntseii," 151sstititlet-ci iitur 011isavor oitheliec trnt sitGlestS. Wa'rnse'rY
at : 151i..in. I hits assiumge atil p'ropoitelionsiii and titi
Dec. 7. -SititthernI'll ub duos-i. lii-e sundergradiluaiitesiindhplaiecs liii'
Dcc. 8.-S. L. A. Lecture Course.iiui h iiiiuuss i us Wr
Lecture by Presidhent Elict, ci nor'seconirctiitliiih Indi-siantssex
Harvard, on "Democratic Rteme-lilies tis yeas-.
dies for Industrial Strife."
De. 9.-ecel nbhy P'roiftssoruCanfild
Count ry" isn'uTppan Ihauit isci t Iuts I still liat'etir I li isity at
roniat p i.Curiasfias ituti'. Nut i spis)niis us-
Dec. h9.-LectiursebyCcitt. CGiei. Ihbeis ned for sithle suddeinitdeparitiure, anhd
onii 'Pleaseis, lIdealism,.andTruthitil ac:teamt'llife a,it,)-.losrret
hut Art'' illTaplsHsulhuiIl ]cueb is tl eaing. Nc-itesstlthas list ii) t "°e
iitendedaIylyeasse-s sints' l'tnisgit- K~
Dec. 10.-1906 Class daouce. 115,uti and tiiic-i, smrdthitieh--isill list
Dee. i10.-L~seture bisCls. 1hiriu'uighurnt itiint i 11lus u iti
SarhCtb 'asselhiAngillI Halt.siei Its hi it- il'liststhbe awarded iisits- iii oriii - 5 rt1,r~ter h\
li'e-heluut ts antdt dancinig afte es sitmlly 5Iisst lii i'-st tii ilante--.151
tsuri'. I ii o~~e 11' I ve SiV R
Dec. ii.-G~ermaSi ocial tiu n Ni-swlesri A It irsity (Ircte It hi-as ru-s-s-tlts I i s1t mr ta ir ihe
-ait at 85p.in. 'enii sarei-i tatiihi-agos, andt. re-'s' ht eve mae.3

De. 12.-Rec-ehiisto iiEngineersine cntt iraeltice hatssisown ItIat iit.-ill
Newbterry Hull at 5i p.im. tic a sites s. It is hlanlseditsoumake 3
thus'oiscthi-sitI'a aiIbranchsftt'i' uis u-
It shies ciiiseemssjuist cight;i Iiii o is-c sslisei-t't.rI sc.$ .0
yesterdauy's article ini this'"Dauily" cont- SWa'tehr SXielmanxvhs poke heret iis- I-
cernisug thus'"'Michigan Ctush''gilsuitrcent'tulywsilt steals tiltthusasmes'nsbh
suppillemaentedI. ejutIathis'he tit-ersi y sit Wisci-iltsintul- tt9 ce~
'le ist mne is rite fior'sutsitass organitJautar-y 2:t.I'
zation touse hueclt'-t-il. 'The'ni's-ilis ___ Iatlers 1I IZ S. frlains
eent.i-ITe plast usost i'eneralluty W'tiscons-s iip'ths h1al i-tilt- ustn
155111 aumnulssti tsiieatdaeshscrip tits-neitstspring,
list, luti tl hts'citiesa o his veit s ome s-s-ts
enterg-eierson oltgt1s t' tseui'rious .Asstisnt hirei'de'paitmse-st loss si-ci
Mihigan aliumnsi and t. -Ithe-lu' sub- uestabhlisthtdiiatliie IUniverlsity sit Cali-
scriptiosso. MSichiigant almnitace isi- fornisa. lit fair tto 5'ouri
merotus sanlutenthusistic, uand i it 'liii- studetis hue'comlett- conrii- face,'' ,e \Vlj uS
ge'nerally helievedl that Itluy will hue trlu-itfuthe fure trustsecituutionft'esol
onlhyCtso gladstohisstist it t h nismove- Is-ge, ansul sinuenginet-lhosuse is helig Shavinig Soalp.
mint.T' h'olsesi-alumni not 1octedshbuilt lfor thuemne tilhit'campeus.-
in the ciiesofsi larger sire, a sobsechue iSold in Slat hug iStickts,.T'ltes, Etc.
tion blank iss t- emailedl. 'hust it Ninteeelsnimsnwere awvardedi "I's" _____________________
is plannedi ts let every Michigans grail-at1 the univ eruity oful llinoiu.

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THE[ STUDENTS' [[CTUEJR[ASSOCIATION"
President FELIOT"
93 HARVARD 1UNIVERSIT
itDemfocratic Remfedies for Illdllstrial Strife"
Tuesday lEvening, DEC. 8
LCTUR]E BEGINS at 8 O'CLOCK
.Admission, - $1.00. Season Tickets, - $1.50

OCAN M~. .SoIABOLT,M'asnge
MONDAY, TUESDAY,I
DEC. 7 DEC. 8.
The emsinent Comedianl,
Chtsrles H. Chtarke's Heautifulh MI. TIM M UIPtHY' in
hlav
The The Man
Little From
Christian Missouri
Ms~ls Dorothy Sherrod and ass cx-z
ceptionally strong, cast. Z
Prices: 25-35-50 and 75c. Seals now Prices: $1.50, $1, 75c and 50c.
Selling, Seal Sale Monday.

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TINKER & COMPANY. FURNISHERS ANHATR.334 5. STATE ST., Phione 342-2r,

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