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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

Fall
Announcemfent..
The Largest and Mot
Complete Line of:..
WOOLENS
in Ann Arbor will be found
at G. H. Wild & Coo 108
Gast Washington St. ret
pains have been taken in
the seletion of all sating.
troserings & overoatings
for this seson.0
G. H. WILD CO,
108 E. Wash. St.
* 3ws~eeeeeseef
iStewart Edward White3
Anttho o Citue is."
e iTh Baz, i, l." eta.
2 THE FOREST =
Thesnnan Fogary -0
A book folo the charm and
the mystery and the woond eo
the great woods. It has tbes
s aid of Mr. Wit that be"shA,
the power to iike too fuldthe
Iwoods as the msters ofti stlt at
or fiction make situ feeci the sea'
aiid in the chater o titi-book
e tiqultofhis tettilsis itus'
3T'here sre stries iiiexperince
Sand adrottures;"tn the long3
trail," in thewilds 01f1Caada,
its of woodcraft. ketchi s of the
Habit'ts asd tht wodts Idians
of tie. trthrn c outitipepn pe.
turessf the great otest to its6
6
I Meehdn'se
ANNS ARBOR, DETROIT,
30 S. state St. 101 Wodward A.
01110 CENTRAL LINES
DIRECT LINE
TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS
C. It. 1AJOR 6 CO.
Those wishin to have their rooms papered
tinted, or deorated
During the Christmas Vacatior
shold leave orders early.
203 E. Washington St. 'Phone, 23

THE MICHIGANDAL The mathematician- of the Daily 111CENYIS [ACEH
board has figured nut that on the
Isnterdis ss tend ctl issismaoter at the Ann 114,400th' neemid; from high noon to-
trrPost15-selffe. day the Unive'rsity of Mtichigan seill
Puttlish~ed daily (slYonday exceptedi during the be declared no longer in session till seca Li tdEiio -
college year, atli KE. Wanliingtonss treet, after the holidays. If youl don't be- l't01'LAIIC OPYIttGHTS
basemtsnlonic, side etrane)l Phone 892--3r lhove it figore itot for yourself. a ~lV~tBlIS
1 MANAGING EDITOR:
S. fitItliY 'PIOMAStIN The recent slippe1riness5 of lie cam- trn, lioltorils. 1stlttsrsistts trill tarltn
BUIESMAAEt pus walks has broaght tint most as- Lito.tit, sr litirit-elli'atiernottt
RO)SCtOE It.iHUSTON toniohing and hitherto latenit acrobat- liieee,,e the linss.lilustrtatest
EDITR-tic talent on the part of a good many teuiss< al, IsOss'tssi. It, Chntm'nsdiet
EDscis.-- -IlTinS I.: AL students. Allhough some of the won- Ti' ltint ioit so DvidiCo~srson
Aeoo, ~~ --J S. 15A0.OTderffil feats in the equilibritim lineTe1istttilu.tlssrst
ASITE:are not uttccessful from lbs stand- C~rlsets ttssitcy ',' elit
( Aifsd te~SSOiCITPEebsf h nvete ee 'it aslif tsseits ees'stie Albert,,,,
ClfodSeesn o ebe, point o h performer, nvrheesToe Arsis-rats Grtrude Athtertoni
A. . Gr5,aver, Ieory P. Erwin they are enjoyable to the spectators. Flostsams. lllssstrsstsslen,,ry Stoltsterrissmm
A s)saste oftraft \V. 5..tsctlstt
A. C. Piond. A. H, Ortmeyer. ______________ ie NPistleit-elijahl. Illnstressself..Zaotignits
tsosephtsX. Kerr. Stoddard tS. More. GSI FTECOLGS itonll, sitthesr-sss. lllsssirat,-d
F Iss P1. Ilessnrsigg. I. Waite Jayne. GSSJOFTEhOLEE. sisUri Llotysd
Ntits llosopts(A1SteseI. l'slssees ltlstesitioiis
Geo. . Osorn. Harod C. ntit. ThsFleence Flneh Kelly
tisA iBarryt.Andresl . Os. The Princetont Triangle Cltob ill I~sr Lisetorsironst. tllustrstcd
present its annoal dramatic proditc- Aetisure W. 'tleecltsnt
'fts'eIsis-A fi,'lirs ositsit ldut PidstLilliantsdell
Editor tobay-HAROLD C. SMITH. tion doring the Easter holidays. 'le &aptis sit, i,-nzai
t.taytes 1I. tLudtlow
SsusscrittinTivesDosllaspue year,npaoal.inl The boys from the tiniversily Higb he B, llaict.Wlf's Blei-Illusstratedt
advansuce. if dsiitttcui5 tafter Nov. i. 1:X03,$2.501 School, affiliated with the University SilHilarr11I--i s; ise isitl
Sors-2:0to130ad ':0 o of Chicago have designed ansI are con- PTeI, tk,.Asthor,,sl.t irio
p.fceH m.s:12 Datoily. d63 o73 structing a large eight day cloek for .1,Sissies eloustans
Address-ROSCOE B.HSTDNB, Business Man- the tower on the Reynoilds tClub. The Otril 55 toill bItsddedsfroitime tocc, its-
ager, 331 Packard Street. dials on the clock are to lie twelve
Telephone, d46. . feet in diameter, illuminated frims be- so C[NTS EACH,
hind by 240 incandescemit lampts. The
body of the dials will be of opal glass++ "e""" ..,-.
1 the hanids made of coppler and ptaitedtI.
black. A set of chinmes is tsote ini-
CALENDAR. ~~stalledl imiconnectison wills mhscstrik-Wtrhsok trs
CALEDAR.ing part of the clock.
D Iec' 13)-thioral Cnion. The Talc SUniversity Foreot sehool TwnD fl on
Decr. 133 id' Clib Concert in Ypsi- building was buirnsed Sat. mornimig
lanati; - Loss is estimated at over $1000,000 tin
IDisc.17-ich.-Wisconsin tdebate, pre- the btiildinug, whsile mnm ineit speri-
iiiimarics its Alpha Nui Society at mens of Wlants antI trees, wvhicsh cini-
7: 301Isp. mntlie replacedl, were dentrsoyeds./
j De. 17Mic.-Wiconin dbat, 'f-lTe fire started, it is bel'issed, trims
13,-cousr-heat-edsonfumrthubatelire
liimiaris's in Asd-lulsi Soiciety atanoehotdfrmce
7:-.it t~ msi. siAlarvardl doucior hasudisoeedhet-: ~yi
1i s' bKtmis;Iulsa o-ttn cass.of scarlet fever amisl oill sosssonT
begimns. give his discouvery ho thnenmedical
- m ss sam'mm ioritMc- world. Throuigh a series of origimnlI -
i Ir on brnch f wnte spot Mch-investigations he has foundmssthait'eN
ighas tneivser halts-m any intesrest. Al- disease is prouedll by an amnialof%
1thitgli cosnditiosiseemus itIse favor- gamisal its insteaut.usf a vegeiale ® ~ \~~ -It i

ablen-i' have misthoekey leant Tts
soti is suivesesally plpmar in the
Ish- Knot, sansitmosst of the colleges
tints' tsstete ams in lie fielsd. 'Keg-
islar schedulemhts of games are rarried
ousi bietween the sariusecrilleges'amid
great rio-airy is shotwn amoung 1001m.
yAt Corneli, hockecy in Ithe most popo-
inca sport in thme winter, ansI many can-
d lliates arc out fstr the team. They
-hasvc a larget riol. whcre- they practice
-amis alsose is the lakes. Althou~gh we
a have 110sutable lalse near sis, a rinks
Dculdssheasily be' construmeteud andulthe
-river coulid alsoble musd in fasvormable
1 went her. A potion'11mmof Ferry Field
Deculdt hi-iflooded'ttwithust nusihltruble
amnd sustd fist tractice.
Mostsoofs*tthe leadimig WesoterniUni-
P versities cltter hsave tennis r are
D plainii tsoorganize tennis this win-
Ptee. As, the tUniversity of Chicago
thesytits-ve eenconsiderig a teamn.for
someteint- ansd are plannimig to floodu
M SarshlsiFbie-ldhamid tint'it as a rink.
As sne- srs' unable to play basetball
Ites'stnt accoutin f cutonflicting with
sli trscnsmuemshockley'inight be sub-
stitustedsi ts goottdadvantage. Consid-
eringmig anme as a ganie alone, it is
not sifficlt lt learn and is a mostI
fascinaimig and healthful sport.
A freshmnan, sophomore, football
player. tsrcccii a cosach is 1o50 longer
salt- from thue hand of .the poster. art-
S i t.

groth as was hithertot believeds. 'Ihils
new discovery is deemed mit greact val-
sic by the meudical world.
Asnior at Yale ha s ucsnfessed tso
plagiarism inI an essay Ise'wruste toe
one sfit te Yale magazins. A letter'
from bim to the Yale Daily-Neuws
reads as follows: "tUpotnipy aiten-
tion iteing called his Maumrics' His
lett's 'Earthwork ouih of Tumscany'1
find that having previouisly renud soss
of the stories in it. 'Servin Sarvoriamn'
writing foumr monthsluatmer I uimcon-
sciously coupied the sanie imi plot, amid
style imi the psortfolia entitled "fTs'
Will out tut' in the Febtruary nmbmesr
1903."
No actitun on the matter swill tis
talteli by the Yale auhthorit ien.
. GODDARD WILL SPEAK.
Professor Goddard will lead the reg-
ular nmidweek service of the S. C. A.
at Newbierry Hall this eveninig frilm
6:45 to 7:30. 'The subect of his tall
will be "Preparations for Life ater
College," antI it is expectedlthat a
large crowd will attend. The West-
nesday meetings are growing in intier-
est and attendance very rapidhly. Tii
may he dne partly to the policy re-
cently adopted by the Asasociatiotnm it
having membero of the faculty to hells
in the service at regular intervals.
This is the third one of these tails
The other twit were given li PrIofes-
sor Lloyd and Professor DOoge.

TAKE A SUIT CASEf
HOEWITH YOU
I 18 Vhiol-irassle of '-ole
Letubs, lriis $3.00 to $12.00
Ojoodsj eed's
Mien's Toggery I117 S. Miln.
Iri'ttdLot'-Is .soothed
and hled.t t Williams'
Shaving Stick.

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IR. SERGiER'S
Melodrsnuatis' Muniesil Novelty.
Tare
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Thursday, Dec. 17th
WHITNEY O PE RA CO.
When ,Johnny
Comes.
Marching H ome
'rho C.rest Olpeatic
.Military spectacle
2 Curs of Scenery and Effects.
80 People o Stage 80
PRICES:-Parquet and first row in
Circle, $1.10; Balcony, 75c; Gallery.
5oc.
Sestis owsSehhii'..

50Prices..-.2S Ci 3f, ,5a1c,75C.
ISeot's now selling.

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