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Michigan Daily, 1903-12-08

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

Fall
Annlouncelnont..
The Largest and Most
Complete Line of..
WOOLENS
in Ann Arbor will be found
at G. H. Wild & C's, 108
East Washington St. Great
pains have been taken in
the selection of all suitings,
trouserings & overotings
for this season.
G. H. WILD CO.
108 E. Wash. St.
Stewart Edward White
I Athr f "Conjur'er'sHouse,"
-The lazecdTrail" c
THE FOREST
I listreeit wibIS fu1.pass iiaiee
al with etsssestosso y 4
I Tho a,& Fogar.ty
$1.50 NET.
A book fol of. the charm and
the mystery and the wonder of
tbe great woods. It has been4
said of Mr. White that heI 'has
the power to make you feel the
iwoods as the masters of salt wat-
er fiction make you feel the sea"
and in the chapters o thi book
this quality of his work is mor4
prominent than ever before.
4There are stories of experiences
±and adventures "on the long
Itrail," in the wilds of Canada,
*bits of woodcraft. sketches of the4
of the northern country, pen pie.
tures of te great forest in its~aiat n h od nin
many and variable moods.
I ~heehan's
ASSP ARBOR, DETROIT,
320 So. Statet. 160 Woodward A.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Captsl Steelk, $0,0. Surplus, $15,55.
Resurces, $2,000.00
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
TRANSACTED.
Orr'cims: Charles F. lisceel, Pes.; W.I
Harriman, Vice Poes.; M. J. Friz, Cashier.
Office 209 S. 4th Ave. Phone 98. Res
dene 302 S. 5th Ave. Phone 314.
Ambulance on call.

TH-E MICHIGAN DAILY when it expriesses thebhope that Eck- lIllY CENTS EACHl
Entered as seelond 11111stillter at she Ass vereity of Michigan. Without qees-
Arbor Citst o)fice. tinning his ability as an athlete, we - jca ii E ditions-
Publishtedail y (Moenday exepeted) derng the caniiot hilt leek aneiss at the spirt ecaLmtdEdt
sol~ee year, a t St. Naiteligiel street, which permits a 10e10 is subject his 115(1U LAS'S COPYtUCCrS
(basemlent floort, side en~ltrc)Ihoee'2-' ' livereity to She criticisme-doubiltless I OLI' '~'S
I MANAGING EDITOR: iiumeriteil ittlaxity ini its schoilar-
. EuORYTv'IliOMASON shill requliremenets. 10,1111Bllarde;. S illet rtils Still Calton5l
1 BUSINESS MANAGER:I At anty rate it is sincerely to be ELazee 11ii letylttrlt'tdrs
1 ROSCOE B.ItFliTihoelled thei.iiis is itee lest flickering Orasy eItarttitire. i Ceistisirt
gameitt tile Eckersell coniflagrationc ae,('e 'teles Klse
EDITORS:t andelthai it wiillndle5tle andtdieIwith-lThe etetmilellofi iii iiCorson
Ailelelies. - - - utOERTs i. WALTOus)11t dly.rilarlesiltt ileeo heedlitisi
ASSOCIATES:_________Cl te ales Dulsy5Wsrnerr
ASOITST'he' goodeeldu eays are ipassed-it TheiiC telit trin eteue,'Athetone
flieril Steetnstee, Roty Perlese,.Tae' ilstoiri i Grte Atheertont
A...Graver, ihetisy 1'. 'Etirwin nowceests sixi'tyieollais ltlplayfullyi3' ii sn. 1I lsla t dIlilnrea'till Merrimanti
A. C. Pouned. A. Hi. Ortneyer. tail an AiniiArbotr piemanii' n thi le A 5~tillroICrit, tie i. ii.Jc
Joseh Y. Kerr, Stoddalllrd 5. Morte. luau. it 'ititelofte t11 it'b. I ltste
Ida 31.lirelallelg. 1.Waite .Jaynle. IS ieo11111. ii litLl11111
Gee. A. Osboern. lHaroeltd C. Smlithl. There is nit truth in She relteert theatlFloee Siet Relly'
berry 11. Anderews. one itt the' long-distance runni~ers filt Fr Loe orCroeteseetti~e
eli fromS exhtaustioin while' waititg fot' r Te'oiee'Alt tire eefta'eelditu titi Lillianell
Editor Today-H. P. ERWIN. aleuatlellrryetra. rietletlleiieS lli
.iareseD'1.Ludeloew
limSpeoessibe. lllsstrathu5d ~lSar hillSd
Suteitripitin-'woeeieelete setier. iieye in1117,hillhe-11<10 N______[Bred._______t
edvae. If diniquetalfter Novee. 1. 1903.,$2.11 Six hiundlre'dlgirls lit tier Fre'hmnu iIre i Ditikson
Surse leaddnt slie' mean.'T' eywrk' 'lAfte'r All ineiihieeMooeel
Office Hoursl 12l311to 130and 6:30 to C7:3 eelChreS aDukaeliegegesee lrne, atel teetrleeal
p. m. Daily.
Address-ROSCOE B. HUSTON, Business Han- seeded5'l(iliniprouducineg a fairly' CII-I" thee ileels eil lheaedeleel eltetunette.
ager, 331 Packard Street. retS imitation, but
Telephone. 461. Prom ,,,',, ,~. 50 CENTS EACH.

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CALENDAR.
Dec. S.-S. L. A. Lecture Course.
Lecture by President Eliot, oi
Harvard, on "Demoecratic Rteme-
dies for Industrial Strife."
Dec. 9b-Lecture Sy P-rfessoir Canfieldl
ten "Ceoiciemiiirary Feanie-'She
Country," in 'Tappan Hail lecture
roomtulat 5 p. 01.
Dec. 14.-1946 Clans dance.
Dec. 10.-Lecture icy ('el. Birimingham
teoCMedical Society, 0 ticlocke.in
Sarah ('aswell-Ange'll hail. Rtt-
freshmentis aiidldancing after iec-
turi'.
Decc. l1O.-Le'cture Sty lProf. (it'l, le'
bee oiii"Pleasure'. Idealisme. andi
'Truth ie Art," at 531p. in. ini 'ap-
iainHell lecture retom.
Dec. 11.--'95Lit (lass btietil .
D~ec. 1I.-German Soecial in Newteerry
Hal at 80p.i. .
D~ec. I1.-('ercle Franccais Conlference.
Adderess Sty Preifesseor du oPenttilt
"Popular Stings." ini Sarah Ca~s-
wcell-Ange'll Hall.
Dec. 12.-Reepition tee Engin~eersei5
Newberry hall oh b p.i..
tDec. 15.-.-Chiral l neen ceoncet
With the foottball seasoni a tinlig of
She past the newspaper-reauing c-itizens
leanetd back in his chair and congratu-
lated himself'iltha e l h eat~t iar see
more of a certaiii wiedely exploilteed
Chicagoi athlete whotse' name ices
thrust befotre his eyes in every leslie
of the Chicago alies. Hitshis satils-
factioin was lee be sist liveed. Scarce'
ly a week has ipasseed since She icit'
motrabile 26th ofNevembler, anti yet
She "tdtosghty Mtarooni quarrteacks" is
again asiiearillg in the headlinses. W~e
read lihat he is heartbroksen at tie tie-
teat of his team; tat this afflictioni
has kepS hint from his* classes fete a
weelk; that hle has left Chilcagoc, and
finally thatlie is coming t Ann Ar-
bor.
Just how mucS Subh may be in any
of these reperts the Daily has net
means of knowing, bill it feels that it
echoes the sentiments of the campuos

ethoele sale exoduse of etleees fireom
C'hicagot, it:leoikss as if" title :Seeohi"
wouetldelasoe have' eetoill tp Cicacgo's
champiosipi charittwith a ittSlt e'of
thee finishedlerodteic.
GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES.
'hfli'oellowsing All-Amie'ricanfotbetal'
temu wsas pickeel ly tie'Nets Yeerk
oreldl's footbalell expert:
LeftenelRaftety, YaeleftStacSke
'Thorip, C'tlumina;leaft, guaerd,.A. lteu-
shalliHervardl; csIter, Hooier ,Dheel
meonth;liright guiei'd,.leSWiitI.P'tnce'-
e1111.Henr'yI' inctone; quterback letl,
Rockeellit.Ytlie'; leftlielfback,. 3111
cell. Yale': ighit helfback,, Meiceilf,
YaleSetfllack, Sc'l'heelel. fl aardle.
A laige' lbaggai idllee s recentlty
fortt'eluse'ofttheii'sitdetlls. 13neld'l..
lee ta season151i11'chargedto eeuse' lhe
shit'. At Chicasgo thlbiarells'setveal
ca~nuset. All ertificiel sk~atilngptill
has alisot Seen 1d111511'ilCdl'nltell liid- ll
wily lterI1he' caitetes.
,riwiCilnlleSeel s illy' toesidestei'
Itle siladowti of it e oetlt-Aft er ithe
Thanks~sgivingl ygaisi' mtle'their ihead-l
lines statled:1"Wte An'ef'ham~ionesIof
thleili llhNe u ~s' 'thya'no'e e"a
hail chiampieens."
'Tho fr'esh-mlteicn d 111 fre'shI'eoe'I
at M'innelisoetats'aere'senltedSItrath-'
erii lnll Current, tile tIs's otbaeiell
stars. wit1h11geeldl '1n1ssetwiteb gee-
ne't tst show'putblily tatthesy a111
preeiea5te esiors doeilbytyheir11'ote
bell classmatlSes.
Unliversity' Ialiletf e.coon)toi Ilrent.
weas Iatifolows: "Nice'comfortbleil
lust.'
At Illineis a man is lnst enitiledS to
wer sic"I" tlii Se' bee cemipletedioee
year at college. 1l'ice' freshume'iiwtil
thceir "I's"' this fall Stit will Silllee
alloed. owa hmune hsrl

Wahr's Book Stores.
UpI Town Down Town
fUf®®®®®®!f*Of*O**®416*fB
i Suitable Holiday Gills e
3LAWYER OR STUDOENT!:
O Ceellete 1. leetti t l eslety eel
fitt, ie ieeeax. cels... IIt
f lBrowneiltteltelitl i umere of
M hIseteete nd t al IIelitee..t 5
f Bitier's Liwee ci anr . -
0 e els tees .. .. . . . .
Poeliticael listoty oeut' lieu' SSS.. 1 ll
* 5eleee's lstitteel Seof eLoian
® Siteee'I tel n Ste............I i01
* Sithtdl',shlpce'.lll'dI uel e.. 11111o
® eul :Me e t _tel eeeit..lece. t0
® { ell Sf(I litsetI e dltim I0
Ieee Is lit 1 hell te , \ 1 . 350
(Well,,Ieee iwt etri t .:>i l;elt s.
3 S otil.. S u;;e 50ii'
111151111. Itit elhesells... 5ce
*Law Books and Law Lobraries bloght 3
3 for east. Correspondence solicited.3
3 C. E. BARTHELL, 3
*325 S. Slate St. Second Floor.
ToD kCep youri face
int goodi conhditioni,
use WVilliamss' Shiav'ing
Stick.

Ieeew ee4 eeeeef4eeeooof4"".."e"..4......

THE[ STUD[NTS' L[CTURE ASSOCIATION!
President ELIOTI
OF HARVARD UNIVERSITY
"Democratic, Remuedisfor Indllstrial Strife"~
Tuesday IEvening; Dec. 8 1
ILECTURE BEGINS at 8 O'CLOCKj
Admission, - $1,00. Season Tickets,- $1.50

2 DAN M. 5I'ABOLT, lMahagsr

4w*

ITUESDAY,
1 DEC. 8.
t The erinent Comedian,
MS'. TIM MU'RPHY, in
t The Man
IFrom
t Missouri
IMiss Dorothy Sherrod and an ex-
Iceptionally strong cast.
Prices: $1.50, $1, 75c and 50c.
I Seal Sale iMhonday.

THUIRSDAY, DEC. 10
The Ouly Genuine
Sweedishi CoSmniediall
KNUITE ERICKSON
SN
'The Man
From Sweden
Malhagenhent:
BROADHURST & CURRIE.
Prices,
I Sc, 25c, 35c and 50c

N®fe10®t® NrOO.®O®® No4 NN NNNeNNNNNtN i

HENRY & NYI2K, LMERCHAN-4Ti1TILORS.&, UNIVERSITY AYE,

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