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January 06, 1904 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1904-01-06

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

Fall
Anlloullcelnent..
The Larget and Most
Complete Line of :.
WOOLENS
in Ann Arbor will be found
at G. H. Wild & Co's, 108
Elast Washington St. Great
pains ave been taken in
the selection of all siting,
trousering & overotings
for this season.
G. IH, WILD CO.'
108 E. Wash. St.
Stewart Edward White
Z Autor of "Cen'jurer's lTose,"
"'lI lBlaed Tai," etce
THE FOREST"
Illsr~e 'it,7iii el15fuGiell pot 5iotg
[tmd ~t ozntS it b uyl
* Thoumas Fogarty
$1.,w0 NET.~
A book fll of the charm and9
the mystery and the wonder of
tbe great woods. It has been
said of Mr. White that e has
the power to make you feel the
Iwoods as the masters ofi salt at
er fiction make you feel the sea"Z
and in the chapters of thi- bok
this quality of his work is sor, ±
prominent than ever before.!
4 There are stories of experiences
±and adventures "on the long±
Ztrail," in the wilds of Canada,
Habitants and the Woods Indians
of the northern country, pen pi-
tures of the great forest in its
many and variable moods.
Itheehan's
AWN ARBOR, DETROIT,
320 So. Sate S. 160 Woodward Av.
01110 CENTRAL LINES
DIRECT LINE
TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS
C. 1. AJOR ~'CO.
Those wishing to have their rooms ppered,
tinted, or decorated
During the Christmas Vacation
should leave orders early.
203 E. Washngtn St. 'Phone, 237

T"E MIC"IGAN DAILY Casper Whitney has gasped his an- I[TY C[NTS EACHt
nual gasp. Chicago university lies
Entered as seconid-gises smater at the Ane humbileid in the dusst, Norihwestern ' -*-+
Arbor lost tOfice. has fallen an easy victim to Andover-s
PPs -ulislied doily (Monday excepted) daring tie and Exeter, anid Minnesota has at last IaeCial Limited [ditions-
college year, at 117 E. Washingionsteet. showsni herself our superior. POPULAR COPYRIGHTS
(basementsflOoor, side entr ante) Phose s92T31, _____________
MANAGING EDITOR:,1There is noi truth in the statement tPPLA RCS
sEsltiiiYTIIOMASI)N that several Michigan siudensts grewi Farsm nafaras. 5511 sstr,,tisns Wlll Carleo
BOUSINESS MANAGER: righiteousoly indlignant when they dis- L Iazarre, Illustrated
ROSCE I. HSTON covredthatalltrans fom he astMary Ilartsel Catherwood
sesre frfiv es''olieighitlhiours lsiceCs p,5,Charles IKing
EDITGR~lMl~ndavAbraham sLincolniS peechies .C f (litlendens
ED~cie,- - IsOiS'E.Wa 1lo ________________ The Red'mtinoiif, iDlavid Cioison,
Athltics - - - ROERT i. WLTOiliCarles Frederick Goss
Ne,,- - - - - J. S. l~iET ii atn ae fMcia n-The tGolden, lous',Illustrated
The astig fae o Micigan('li Chrles IDudley Wasrner
ASOCIATES: versity is assuireid. The "['. ,of M." 'I'ie 'aliforniants Geerrde Asherto,
C'lifford Stceeso,, Roy ieble, grsilO f epl nte aul'ionAreitwrote Gertrude Atherton
A. M1. tearer, leery '. I'rwi s gal i llsonbept'n h 5mret 'losam. illustratiediIlenry Seton Merriman,
A. C. 'oused. A. 13.Ortisryr. _A Masit'rof C 'roft H.SNV. Jacolis
[3rl~ ay o tosereoluios yt?'[lie 5Mantile' of Eli jah,. Illustrated .0. Zan~gwill
Ida Al. Irowssrig I. Waite ,Joyiie. John [Trl Lloyd
tis .fes,. Iuoi ' mt. GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES. With tills o if SieeI, Colored Iiiusirations
Geo. . Osorn. Harod C.Smh'.Flrene Fineh Keily
t'ubi niversity' has organizid 0 isi ,Arilisr SW. Manechmont
t'uiLovlAmhia 5)1 auOldMaid Lillian Bel
Editor Today-HARRY H. ANDREWS a tniversity chioruis. qThe Ctaini of the ,luiiiarirs
James M. Ludlow
lOash the Impoissibile. ltlustrated Sarah Grand
Sssrilitios 'Jis IDollrs ifr eati,, .oiosetil s Tihe sophiomorts at Miiniesotfa wotn lhe' Black Wolf'seed.r Illustirated
adac.I eliut lter N'. 1,1901, $2,501 1111' -op sel iii atchie'ent- Ilarris Dicekson:
tsiesirifilliijrtt ltri fi'lisilil tttlngWell. Afteir All t'rankfort Moore
Office Hours.-12:30 to 1:30 and 6:30 to 7:30 1 'Iiihal,,ke Author lit M1 d'IHauicot
.StoresCousetan
p. in.Daily. ''eeae9 e u o h rc te ilswl eaddfo iet ie
Address-ROSCOE S.HStTiO, Business Man- ltrat5 u 1hf~ i esl ih i e iili uue rs iei
ager, 331 Packard Street. teaul ait'irni'll, 4Thif ss'hich are fresh-
Telephone, 461. illitI, 5oCEfNT EACH,.

CALENDAR.
Jan. 1111153p. in. Iretriteroni('oni-
tinmporiary Friance': Puoliticatlushi
Ititions andlitleir' WorIkingus, by
Piriifiessoir Hudision,'Tappanl hail.
.an. 7thi-2 p. m1. aiii 8 p. i. IHealthl
01fices't'iinfiei'ini'i'in Newro' td-
lJis. 7th.-Facuiiil ti onciet, Phieu',u' le-
Theutstutiiilboy tioday' iiouirntstile'
his feluows 117 his sterling characier
as Cyril as ihis phlysial tprowess. C'ecit
Gooinii' sus a niwhosi s''erfl
iattires-asiprov iebilal titithi'Campusl
anid his tinlookedi'l-firtelialtame us Ia
distinct shuock to his friends, anud there
were many woliwerer anidart'elioud
to call thiemse'ls'esIis friendl4j. T Good-
lug's sorth wasrercognized l lt 'all andl
his popuiilarity wos basred illt1110
firmest of fountionis, chlaracte. t'r
eili Gooding e lft, his inmtrrss on his
friends und f(choirw li'siuens aiid
throtugh ihem nsiithieUnivrsity asi
whiole. Asociated ini all commnendiable
activities in ctlilege life, hr still lises
anid his memnory' will lonig b he'lrrish-
elI by ail whiollkne'w'his,
Colege wortiehas i o incemoe resuim-
ed after thir'mtuih enjoyed fChristmas
holidays. The next few e''l~s still lie
btisy oneisfile all, sinci' sol'cilaiid
oilier activitier 0'e u. bedlasidi, list'
lug iii the tptiximit y oiiexi' naltliin
wee'k.iIdoor atletics will lilt op~en
untlitie secontdsiniestrandtil le si-
cial evenlt of lie year, lie JuiorllH11111
is still fivresweeks itsant. Problably
whole year swhen t111'stuident 111117
with one accordl buckles dotwin to bard
sttidy as it diloes afteCiristmsas. All
appear to realise that this is thil time
for cliise uapplicatbinill wotb andithat
ionly.

I is uirsit y chotruis oitheii' li-
Vnirsil y if Ne'brastlai trese'nedru tle
Prestsor Stagg is retuterating
fr'iom the-effect s If his sickness in
Nitt'Mexicot.
Thiretost. if the Ju~niiiorPron. at the
livlersity ttf Illinoiis this year twas
$2118:,sand lhereeipitts $289,
'Tiii'Miiniesotta basketbtall team hat
sit far illienltunalel'tol scheiu'uule-anty
ganies with t easir-siteanus.
'1111 far-u~lty al. LelandSiaoitrd gilt
oitli' thehistmas nitmberlof the
'Ciatpparel, a studen1ts' miigazine. Pres-
'The gymnasitim studtenuts at Lelanud
SItantorid musthreafteic wear liii'foil-
losting costiuie; a blatk sleeseless
jersey. grey 'turnierlttiste's, andi
Staitisicis oftfhle phuysical rxamiiia-
lilonstof Yale freshmeni have teen
madulitblic. The averagi' age ttf the
tlass is 18 years, 8 moniths anid 27
clays: tie atverage' tweight, -138.5 lbs..
aindthe' aierage Iheightt., 3 foil 8.2 in.
Tile 'niversity ttf Iindiana still soonl

Wabr's Book Stores.
'Up Town Down Town

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peilci-ili If which are 'li it111v ei5 TAKE[ A SUIT CAS[
thie er'etioni of a iew gyninasium at NOMEt WITH YOU
Putrduei. 'The fotothal acidilent lus.
hetitghit.itiehtil collegi's cltisertigeth- We have itieiiiiiade of Sole
All ininovatiloi in the way of a 1-.eatiier, frot $3.00 to $12.00
courlise ini Domi'suic Science ssill lie in-
lltrieed iniihe iUniversity ,tf Wiscoun- ohrldoand liitto
sin nxt quter. 'fhe course is ile-
tive' aiiit hI"lnly reqiuirement is a5 ens 1oggery 1I1 75. Plain
st-ester ilf general chenmistry. 'fle
first colureso olffeedwill lie onie Io
foodtis. Its object is toi give' a kniowl-
edgi' if foodilmauerials, oitheir eo-______________________
toiilv alte aii thit'prineitpls itt
loherlpepiarationii. al0:-f 'SilthiTI, sWall~ts ihtcuiut plos
thles 1.t'tooley, assistant lprofes- ittAfll
sone otfsocilolgy in the IUniversity ilt ,SttfTI AX e Sp5 ,,eztt
,Sfichiigal, idiscussetd the relationi tf ,1110- o1 ..uoj aq
solciology t history at the New Or-
leans meutifng if the AmericaniErco-
nomiilAssociatitinilasitsteets.

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TDrAE 15.3rA BOLT, M5aager
Thursday Evening, Jan.?' Friday Evening, Jan. 8
Edward Houghtow's Return of the favorite artiste,
Stirring Melodrama MR.
The WALKER WHITESIDE
Presenting Lieutenant,
Johnstown Cordon Sa'
WE
Flood___ ARE
16aGadSei rdcinCee Draaic eplea'16 KING
Prices: 125c5cNS EATS Prices: 250Set t, Redy $1.a0

t1ondaij [veninq, Jan. 25

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

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