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December 12, 1903 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1903-12-12

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

Fall
Anunoeffent o
The Largest and Most
Complete Line of .
WOOLEN'S
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,
troterings & overcoatings
for this season.
. H. WILD CO.
108 E. Wash. St.
*" ooNN @*@* *@*4
IStewart Edward White ;
Athor of "Confo7rer's ouse'
" h l z c Trl et.TH E F O R E S T
Illstated with i ful-aIlrt t inci
and wth deoratiosm by I
Thpm.na Fogrty
$150 NE]
A bok fol of the charm and9
the mystry and the wonder of
the great woods. It bs been
the power to make you feel te~
woods as the masters of salt wat
er fiction make yous feel the sea' '1
and in the chapters of thi- book
this quality of his work is mor.
prominient than ever before.
There are stories of experiences
and adventures "on the long
trail,"_~ in the wilds of Canada,
its nf.wooderaft. sketches of the
Hlabitants and the woods Indians
of the northern country, pen pi-
tures of the great forest in its
many and variable moods.
Sbeeh n's
AA ARBOR, DETROIT.
30 S. Sate St. 160 Wodward A.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank.
Capital tuk,0.. Surplus, $17.0
A GENERAL BANING BUSINESS
TRANSACT ED
"OrricEnts: Chirens. Hisoc. Prs. . D.
larriman, ViesPro.; m. .. rIto.Canhier,
0. 1. lartill, DFUNERA
Office 2019 5. 4th Ave. Phone 98. Reof-
dence 302 S. 5th Ave. Phone 314.
Ambulance on call.

THEl MICHIGAN DAILY is way, the charucter and value of
civil engipooring training at Cornell.
Entered as 's ecild-class suitter'a tho Ann Tie college is now gathering the nee-
rhor---es---lee..s ary data 'nd pictures

I

Pushrshed dally (Monday exceepted) during the
ceollege year, it 117 E. Wuaslilsitos street,
(basemenit Odor; sidOe etrance) Phone 802'do3
MANAGING EDITOR :
S. EMORIY TiiROtASON
BUSINESS MANADEIR
ltOCOE Bit IiCTON
EDITORS:
Athiletics. - - -tiRiiv '. WAives
News,- - - - - . . 5. LEr
ASSOCIATES:l
Cillfordl Stesesonr, toy Peebles,
A. M. Graver, ilinry 11. Erwne
A. C. Piound. A. ii. Ortmeyer.
JogseiiiiY. Kerr. Stoddard S. More.
Ida M:B. ioorige-. t. Wacivteayner.
Geo. A. Otsborn. ilurolid C. Semithi.
iiaivy ii Aiidrews.
Editor today - ARtTHUR C. POUND.
S'uheriltion-TJwo Dollsars per sear, piayatbtc in
advance. If deliiiqueit ofterc Nov. 1.1),$250
Office Hearst-1230 to 1:30 and 6:30 to 7:30
p. m. Daily.
Address-ROSCOE S. HUSTONT, Business Stan-
* ager, 331 Packard Street.
Telephone, 461.
CALENDAR.
Dec. 1,,-Michilgan Daily Hiiafit breako-
fast at Oyster Bday at 9:31) a. m.
' Why are the Michigan girls so tiactk-
ward in their support ot athletics, io
a question askedt daily. The answer
is always .ready. Michigan has non or.
ganleation,..through svhich the youtng
iladies cosuid give the teams their 0i
nancial suit moral support. Priting
from the experience of othir co-edo-
catiottal institutions, notaly Chticagot,
the easiest remedy for this ittnaturat
state if affairs ties itt the organizeationt
of a Wioman's, Athletic Associatiot,
Aside trimmoatnaging its iiwn basket-
ball iteairi, such an.-orgatlivation wiiild
affnrid a means tiy which enthiusiastic
advocates of the *citlege spoirtys could
show their aptireciationin t some sitti
stantial methtoit.
The Wrinihle believes itself tlit vie-
titto of. a conspiracy. ,Their rigiirous.
condemnaioin of atkiiliteit knockers
has inclined miaiiy reaoiers to tiihi'be
lie-f thtlthe alarmliof ItJthe'js-eeitera
was not unfoundieid.
itimor has it that (T':ct' Jim tiit-
vesteid a fractiiin of tisle trtley contri-
hbutiinin Itaiihvouseandtlti.
Giossip of the Colleges.
The wiimen at Northiwesterni have
..frmeid a idebiating ctiub friim whirls alt
mets _are excliuieid frottimnmbersthip.
-They plan lto hiili a idebtaeswith a
-similar clitbiat Illitnois.
The College of ('iv-it Engitteering of
Cornell is preparitig as hart (if its ex-
hibit for the St. LottisE xpioitiont a
handsomelybountilbutiun tswhicth
space, shalt be -devotei to e iachigrd
natSgro-thte cullege, recoriding the late
of grautatioin, a syniois of tile en-
gihebtring work and a phottigraph of
some workt of his construction. This
athnm is expected to show in a graph.

Billy looked at Mary-
Oh, what a pretty Miss:
He stole a little nearer,
Then bashfiul stole-away.
Yale Recrdi.
From the Daily Maroon,
"If Minneota gets Fitzsimmons as
a trainer the Michigan game next:
year shotilidtrove an interesting af-
fair. Michigan iought to sign Jeffries
and see busy the twii systems iwiiild
worh. Ftzsvimnons has never had
any experience in tatting care of foul-
halt meti,btl is repiirteid to thiny it
woitld he goiid sport. The ox-chain-
piiont has always traineid himself in
a fairly successful manner aind it
nut take hint long to get the ruts of
affairs.
_A movementt isotn foot at the Uni-
versity ot Pennsylvania to bitild a dor-
mitory exclusively for the iuse iif grail-
tote sttentts. Thse graduate schtoiol
has receivedt so muany students ini the
lst few years that the facity thinkts
hitter swoik ran be obtainted by giv-
log then: a house of their own.
John T. McCittcheon, the celebrated
cartoonist, wilt lecture soon to the
students of the University of Illiniso.
lOne hiitiireid anvdlifly thoutsaniditii-
tars was apipropriated by the state fur
itmpoivements its the Ensgine'ering ide-
tpartmnt at Illitnois.
FOR LIBRARY ATTENDANTS.
Mr. Finney, of the G~eneral Library,
ties ieent holing a series iii instrte-
tion meetings with the deskt and oem-
inery attenidants, to facilitate the use
of the reference bonito and catalogues.
anid the general service. The last of
the piresetfseries wilt he held today
at 5 p. to., itt the Seminary Sessioin
lzoiem.
GERMAN SOCIAL.
The German siicial helid last night
at Newbuerry Halt was an event of
touch pleasirtriov the many scholars
if the assiociation anit members whii
wi-i-i- notDeusochi. German siings
were sungant a giiiid time etnjiiyeit.
FOXY GRANDPA IN NEW. DRESS.
'" Puxy Grandupa"whirh hilayed lvi
phietnomeual buisitiess cot the r'oadur.tle
tog last seasont wilt be among the big-
gest ofthtei year's iofferings in this
city. 'The' preseting conipatty is very
stronig andi wilt incluide nearly every
iine illflohe people whit were consplic-
iuiiis factiirs in ies last season's suc-
cesos. 'There are live new songs fur
tbi' tiroiuitfiiitanid the managetment
atunutces flier they have supplied
a fresh inisvettitre of scenery and
costues. Miireover, ithe chorits has
bieetsstrentgthened by the addition of
a number of girls who are said toi
have escapeid the rorner in the mar-
ket establisheid ly George Lederer.
Mr. 1. J. Grohi whii played the part oif
Fiixy Grandpa alt of last seaeon wilt
againi be seen in the part. Foxy
Grandpa wiltlibe seen at the Athens
'fTeatre on Sattiriday, Dec. 12, matittee
and night.

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Single Admission, 50c. Season Tickets, - $1.00 ;

M ON DAY, IWC. 14
First Time Hero.
"Vas you efer in ettnvinnati?'
Hlenryj W. Savage
will offer the musical comedy
The Prince
of Pilsen
Same cast and production that
played the-Detroit Opera
House.
Prices:
Lower Ifloor - - $1.50
Balcony $ 1.00 " Gallery S0c
Seat Sale Saturday.

Saturday, Dec.m 12
W14. A. BRADY'S
BIG COMIPANY, IN
25 People tn the Cast, 25
Mrostly Girls
Special Matinee at 2:30
Matinee Prices :
Children, 25c Adulto, 50c
Evening, 25, 359, 50 & 7

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