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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

Fall
Alllollnoemellt..
The Largest and Most
Complete Line of::
WOO0LENS
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,
tronis& overcoatings
for this, season.
GH. WILDCO
108 E. Wash. St.
i SHEEHAN'S +
Cheapest Place in 3
the City for all
Kinds of S
jText-Books
Agents for
" Keoffel & Esser's Drawing In- +
struments

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Entered as second glass matter at the Ann
Arbor Post Office.
luitlished dailyl(hlon<ayexcepteilduringIhe
college year at the university of Michigan.
MANAGING EDITOR:
S. ENIORY T'IiO4ASON
BUSINESS MANAGER:
ROSCOE . HUCSTON
EDITORS :
Athtttice. - - -TRo tEReT K. WALTON
ews - - - - - L. 11 I.DscHAK
ASSOCIATES:
Clifford Stevensa. lMaurice A hall.
J. S.. aley, Roy Peebles,
A. ]1. Graver, Pilit C. laVss,
Franle .. Clark, Geo. W. Beadle.
A. C. Pound, A. Ii. Ortmeyer.
Editor today, - Clifford Stevenson.
Satcription-Two D)ol rs per year, payable in
adtvane tt If denquent afterNov.1, 1903,$2.50
OFFICE HOURS:-6:30-8 P. M. DAILY
Address-ROSCOE B. HUSTON, Business Man-
ager, 331 Packard Street.
Telephone, 461.
It has been stated that good root-
ing has been the cause of the success
pressed by their opponents. Along
with rooting which is generaly
thought of as including merely the
yells and songs of the student body
comes the need of a college band-
a group of students who can not only
fill in the intermissions of a game
with good music, but who can also
strike up the tunes which cause
those cold chills of enthusiasm to
shoot up one's back when the team
comes on the field.
Due to some misunderstanding the
U. of M. band was disbanded last
year and there is at present no mu-
sical organization of this kind here.
In other words, the team mu~st de-
tend upon0the cheers of the students
for all the rooting it gets.
Already the students have begun
to talk about the needs of a band
and with the many games coming on
now it is certainly time that some
thing was done There are more
than enougt ot agood musiciansfin
college to peltsout a band of the first-
class style. Many of toe old band
men are on hand and there are stv
eral exceptionally good musicians
among the new stutdents. Enthusi-

such an organization is needed.
What Michigan wants is a band
which, will furnish music at the Your Entire Needs in
games gratis as a manifestation of
true college spirit. Such an organi-
zation would be a credit to the Uni-L
versity.u aid
THE WOLVERINE.ae
the campus of late, concerning the Text-Books,
"Wolverine." There are some ru- f New and Second-Hand.
mors to the effect that the Wolver-
ine board have suspended ;publica- 4
tion, and others that the Wolverine Drafting Instrumentsnlnd
and the Inlander have merged. There rflgIstu naad:
is some foundation for both, but as Eg e
yet nothing concerning this publica- EgneigSple
tion has been definitely decided.
The faculty desire to merge the SpecialtV
Inlander and the Wolverine and have *
btl e U one publication to represent The Right Prices Always.
the University, claiming that by con-2
solidation, the work can be carried d
on not only easier but much better. S a
On the other hand, the Wolverine
board are willing to merge with the + 2
Inlander, if the faculty will reimburseB h S
the board for the money they have
put into it. Otherwise they will con-
tinue the publication.
W RIN KLE. . BOOK STORES,
Some rumors have been set afloat UP TOWN DOWN TOWN.
lately to the effect that "rinkle" UP TOWN DOWN TOWN.
will suspend publication this year. .® ® ®f*f*******. **

Moreover such reports are common
at this time of year so we can only
speculate as to the verity of the one
in question. If it is true we are in-
deed sorry for though in the past
Wrinkle has sometimes seen fit to
point the finger of ridicule at our
columns, this has been done in what
we consider good spirit. There will
always be a place in every univer-
sity for such a publication as Wrin
kle, and we tale this opportunity to
urge those who have any talent
along less serious lines or who per-
haps wield a pencil with ease, to get
together and save an old and re-
spected publication from an untimely
end.
See Pantorium ad. Page 3, col. 4.
Get a
Hurry-up
Get-us

KNOX
VARSITY
jHATSj
Fall Styles
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Try Our
One Dollar Fountain Pens 3
Warranted.
!! SHEEHAN & CO.,1
Students' Book Store. Z
320 South State Street.
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asm and plush are. all that are now
lacking to get the men together for
practice.
The needs of a band were never
more prominently manifested. With
a schedule of games nearly all of
which shall be played at home and a
team composed of so many new
men, a band will certainly be welcom-
ed by the students and receive their
hearty support.
Every college of any size has a
band and when it comes to a univer-
sity there is no question but that

At Halers.

You OWe it to your
face to use Williams'
Shaving Stick.

r Yur Bispectin
is requested
ClOODSPE[D 6 SoN,$
BATTERS. 117 S. Main
Gieo 11. ottsrE D
03 Law, M'gr.

-------------- - . ®®®. ®.o- - - - ® - I.ws® N N N e® N N N N O OO NO®o ON~

® Single Admission $1.00 Tickets, Entire Course $2.0040
! An Essential Part of your College Equipment is a !
SStudents' Lectilr Associatio
STicket.
3 a
a The Association sells tickets, not to "make money," but to 3
be able to bring to the University of Michigan the gleatest ora-
tors, lecturers and entertainers of the world. All money is re-
turned to the student in the form of lectures.
OPENING NUMBER
JAMES WHITCOMB RILEY
OCTOBER 10, 1903
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u ,x - R-l'S),TH E jT R QE.-.
DEANI M. EABOLT, Manager
Mr. Porter J. White
Presents his Stupendous and Magnificent
Production of GOETHE'S
With Startling Electrical Effects, j
Mephisto shows Faust the Vision of Marguerite in "Faust," and he
accepts the forfeit and signs the bond. The Duel of Death-Mephisto
kills Valentine with the electric sword. "FAUST," the acme of stage
realism. The most complete theatrical production ever presented in
this city,
. Matinee, Children - - 15c; Adults 25c z
Paces. Evening - - 25c, 35c, 50c 75cz
POSITIVELY NO HIGHER.
Week of Oct. 5, Tom 1ark' Co.

SON NOOOOONNONOOOOOON NON NNOONO

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WAGNER & COMPANY
-ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR-
Nobby Hats, Swell Shirts, and Imported Novelties in Neck
Dressings.

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WAGNER & -CO. Fal
123 S. Main St. Alpin

7, Sele Agents far Hnwes $3.00 Hts.

HENRY&K Y ERMERCHANT TAILORS, NIERIT.AVE.

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