THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
T HE MICHIGAN DAILY
Fall Entered as second-class matter at the Ann
Arbor Post Office.
Published daily (Mondayexcepted)during the
college year, at 117 E. Washington street,
( baseent loorside entrance) Phone 892-3r
A nno oI I MANAGING EDITOR :
S. EMORY THOMASON
The Senior Class of the Yale School IFIlY CENT8 [ACH
of Forestry left for lumber camps
las wee. _heme wll _so__gone , ti___i__-
The Largest and Most
Complete Line of:.
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 & overcoatings
for this season.
Go II. WILD CO
108 E. Wash. St.
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Stewart Edward White
Authorcof "Conjurer's House,"
The Blazed'Trail." etc.
ll strted is ts8ifu sl-page drawin s
and with decoratos by
A book full of the charm and
the mystery and the wonder of
the great woods. It has been
said of Mr. White that he "has
the power to make you feel the
woods as the masters of salt wat-9
er fiction make you feel the sea"
and in the chapters of thi- boiik
this qualityhof his work is more
prominent than ever before.
There are stories of experiences
and adventures "on the long
trail," in the wilds of Canada,
bits of woodcraft. sketches of the
Habitants and the woods 1indians
of the northern country, pen pic-
tures of the great forest in its
many and variable moods.
ANN ARBOR, DETROIT,
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ROSCOE B. HUSTON
Athletics. - - - RoBERT K. WALTON
News, - - - - - J. S. BALEY
Clifeord Stevenson, Roy Peebles,
A . Graver, henry P. Erwin
A. C. Pound. A. H. Ortmeyer.
Joseph Y. Kerr, Stoddard S. More.
Ida M. Brownrigg. I. Waite Jayne.
Geo. A. Osborn. Harold C. Smith.
Harry ii. Andrews.
Editor Today-A. H. ORTMEYER.
Subscription-Two Dolars per year, payable in
advance. If delinquent after Nov. 1, 1903, $2.50
Office Hours:-12:30 to 1:30 and 6:30 to 7:30
p. m. Daily.
Address-ROSCOE B. HUSTON, Business Man-
ager, 331 Packard Street.
Telephone, 461. .
Dec. 18-.Evening; Holiday vacation
Dec. 23--Christmas entertainment of
Dec. 29, 30, 31-Michigan Teachers
Conference in University Hall.
Jan. 5- College opens.
In the death of Mrs. Angell every
student of the University has lost a
friend intimately concerned with his
welfare. For over thirty years she
has been second only to President
Angell himself in the interest and re-
gard in which she has held everybody
connected with the University. No
one has done more to make the life
of the students a pleasant life, and es-
pecially that of the women students.
Both the men and women of the
iniversity feel deeply their loss, and
extend to President Angell their
heart-felt sympathy and commisera-
GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES.
Thes tiesgicaltSociety of American
Cniversities, is the name ot a new
honor society being formed among the
The Geological Society at Leland
Stanford organized the idea of such
a society and have planned branches
in the various universities in the coun-
try which have good departments of
mining archeology. Scholarships will
be one of the requirements for mem-
bership to the society, making it sim-
sar to Sigma Xi. The work of organi-
zation will be carried on by corres-
pondence and an annual convention
will be held after several chapters
last week. The men will be gone till '++++i ++
Christmas and expect to get quite -Soecial L
a few practical ideas of forrestry by
that time. POPULA
A skating and hockey rink is to be at POPU
constructed on Northrup Field at the aru Ballards. 8
University of Minnesota. Lazarre, Illustr
Between the Line
The University of Kieff, Russia,
unti Jauar 3r osAbralsasmsLiseols
has been closed until January 3rd on edeptio
account of the renewal of disorder
on the part of the students. The at- The Golden Hous-
fer refused to recognize the author- Tisc Coifsscnias
ity of the professors, and attempted Tsuoss. ilustr
to shut them out of the university. -A aser sf Ccaf
7'lise Manstls- ofE-il
The students were finally ejected from Warwick of the K
the building by a force of Cossacks.
The Senior swing-out at the Univer- ForLove or Crow
sity of Wisconsin will occur soon. It The Loves Affairs,
takes the form of an address from the The Captain of ti
faculty, followed by a dance. Babs the Imsspossil
The Back Wolf's
Cornell will met Harvard, Yale, well. Afler All
Princeton, Columbia and Brown in The Duke. Auth
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The first aquatic show of the sea- 50 CE
son was given in the swimming tank
at the University of Wisconsin last
Saturday. Water polo was played, ++
and other events were held. such s
underwater swims, diving for plates
and a relay race.
Illustrations Will Carleton
'ary Hartwell Catherwood
Capt, Charles King
TSpeeches L. E. tisiltenden
os David Corss -
Charles Frederick Goss
Cisarles iDudley Warner
iaed Henry Seton Merriman
jh. Illustrated .I. Zangail
eel. Colored Illustrations
Florence Finch Kelly
Acrtsuc ". iAlarchmonst
of au OldMaid LillianmBell
James M. Ludlow
be. Illustrated Sarh (band
or of M. diHaricot
J. 'torer Cloustan
be added from time to time.
GLEE CLUB SANG.
Coach F. 1. Yost received a degree
in the Masonic lodge here last night
The meeting was largely attended and
the Michigan "Hurry-up" was given a
hearty welcome by the Ann Arbor bus-
As a special number on the program
the University Glee Club sang several
numbers and won merited applause
The club was enabled to assist the
Masons on account of the postpone-
ment of the Ypsilanti concert.
LAST ISSUE FOR 1903.
This is the last issue of the Mich-
igan Daily for 1903. With the de-
parture of the students from Ann Ar-
bor for Christmas vacation, publica-
tion of the paper will be suspended,
according to the usssal custom, until
the oponing of school the first week
in January. The first issue of 1904
will be that of Wednesday morning.
1904 IS LEAP YEAR.
January 1, 1904 will usher in a leap
year. This statement is made mere-
ly as a reminder for first year men
and other thoughtless members of the
masculine sex, who may be in danger
of unwittingly falling into the tradi-
tional leap year snares. As Univer-
sity students are usually too busy t.
remember the fact that there will be
29 days in February, 1904, this word
of information may be acceptable to
all, when school reopens in January.
Teams were chosen last night to
represent the Alpha Nu and Adelphi
literary societies, the question being
that of the Wisconsin debate. The
following men gained places:
Alpha Nu-Perry, Kenny, Forsythe.
Adelphi-Amberson,- Schroeder, Lath-
The teams to represent the law so-
cieties will be selected tomorrow ev-
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