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No. 33.


W I L ~ Hallosceen Night Obserced bq Stu
,T dents-One Injured.
Haillowe'en celebration last night was
'H FieFl n itrH isextensive but lance disastrous thsn
Fin Fal nd iner orseveralityeasspa0st. Far tewser stss-
F Suiting s, Golf Suits, E! tents were ouI and less ot of the
Faneg Vestincgs. nay tlings ne ee dage. Falint_
oeing thsaIle sindesn s began"'athsring
T ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I DRSiUT SEILY Tht liiasnnot until Snyiltisritinm 'lli
00thant they'necresent in ally iniiinnln"
A- We Carey~ the Largest A'-thneslnmr stonn
Stock sible anil rushing echd otheraon
L In the City. ltnle. Tuher asnoit the bnistrs
L 0 loni ntniined celebnrantinithat inn
0 108 EAST WASHINGTON ST. oanusually graeed this nighstnf all stud-
ests' rights. 'Thesre nwas nn fierce'
R R rushno i:large bonnires andsl tatln.
R R he sudets rn arun omit yelled
vmmf sang.
Btttiter in the eenuing it becainne
nre e tnneincdontwn c. A salc
hotcoiaies n'ofnnme hundreid follinwed nenaily to
the ;nit. After iloiterin g there is tic
Vs s snksa spesoll rf inintes liney' rushed Ionrs Anim nd
Chnooltes asa side lintorth, attrncted by tine collts of
1small groupsn tnhie cnrner. The ofintic c
Ve sell loin of them and hdnanieiesidyAgistnyfi
our stock is always fresh.
Lswny'se~legreti'sand lnnred tine pnlicenmen. As they niiirnil
Loweys~dleretisnd Man, going donisAtnin, tine ncnswdnisli
Kabns always in stock. et en tdn tr iii ie I
senlysaneirtne nntet rismbehe s: le
Wilderf's Phrmacy knerte prahue n
pitlimia niolninsrly afteri Afiii
ashnnitIchase oitemanot fiftyyards.eSIi
0900____________________ stuideint sdodges toti one sile, inn s

grand nwas gained ngainst it, except CAMP'S FORECAST
by punting. The nifense nwasnnina.
"Street, Michnigain's Onuarte:e, pot up a On Football-Changes of Middle
great ganne at nil stages. West - Chicago Most Reliable.
In regard in 'ine game Cnachi Huff Sn he November number nit (sting
said: tNAiter Ceamp inns a long and carefully
Ilinnis pinsedcit nten boll and thsere cinched ot torerast if tse foothbal ca-
ireis iiiexcue"fnrci11"sen. He soyt' "ssnhsshw
Coach Poe stateditint Inethnught the uisual entnusiem i iseh p ue ~
same nit the wonik. le proniuetine of relent inpre-
Sai RfeeePrinn iiintiinlthegan lesln.gin
"Itt"vis o oodnn lanbord-fonnitepcily il edenvelnped by all
;erne. Micihi"an inn snperinr in tilcteamiof a hib nrde.
lufist halt and Illtinnin in the snd.ne Fo'onnbaillinns nns leancbed ts' g
Illiinoinslens imap' rdnl mc'in im iii c hee reci nnclasses, aid
in pienltlies.Themiein eo noulltso" thin'rtoecassaebeniiminimore and
miesn nurn Sletcnoie yr more celilefined, nil Inna team to
tine notier side'" -tfo n lss ntonthe ntheri
PInnnueadtointine nest amnion enchliktie chngil nIceinInii.n
temmseireptllieit sa tic ig or constoe ithefl st-claso.
'Theb-hsraens we 'e Cunninighanm,Inlstotside 'hisetasbelnng Con'ell
j Sow, N menuwnith, and Jons5toii." and W retPoint. Michigan, tChicagn innd
Wiscnsin ale placed ini lie same close
Three Important Papers. wintinth"inn"Otter the irst inso classnes
Three piii115snwere given by JTinirer- mei'ntioined, teamsingroupttheimsetves in
oily01ofMchimganmmnen at the anniloen 11111e indiscrriminnte fashiloin, Hiorn,
ilirelish of Inc Aiemean Association Crlsl, Te yanDaitinouihGincin-
for tine Adv'nreamnt of Science inlet nt natilOberlin etc.
C'olumbus, ).Dirofessor Hesiry it.C(or- Wlest Point musot defeat one of the
hart ant D 'artEne .tuthe c irsidi le-i big toni' to move. Sue tins herade-
esunbject of Electionmotive onci e, tented by tdnrvard aunt Princetn, b ut
nith ClrkCel.Dr nAgustuis T1w-h011 chnc a ta'e 0 'xi hatay.
br nge'lpaer was onnthe Thenoreice it "C0rnell,"say tine enities, munt de-
Neitueiro'niltine Coherer. Di.GutlinduifInat eitiei PmrincetonoeniPennsyisvants
Cdr. Matn111D. A'tkinms treated of'E;,(,-in 01dci to take an utpward step,'ind
Lotn'mmi'tells.'themppr yD nro-hren"'ainit sesni mpnrobniable, at-
biridgn' iros publ'shnedtiiin e Septemnber though, hegam"es with iboith of these
umiii ifth AnrinJounanl oftmaims lane yearnnee iiodeiately
"M- l~a c"S wil . llapp LT c~VS... It ti"11 e ilitereS till" toii note
ini tten'hsicltev'e'w'ICarp'snopnion i nw hint Crnelm"l tan
Second Facultyj Concert. "Conidneriiig noic Sirlie' i, Cicaugo
'fineond itfaculty conncert ot thesea- anutWisconusin. These th e tenais
5111 inill be ginvenonsThiiisndayevening" fiiiminnncilIns byhinemnselves, and they
-Ncv , it 8 o'ilonk, iniFrieze scemaorui am'" 1"tI'enn ~ tiise
bettering t 'e' lansin eeltinof their
hall. The finllowsing program wiii11lelicntents this yenr."Hie snynsChicago

THE OL D For ,eve'am eeswehv
RELIABLE he.ln fI , raywt
PIPEt A SI' "cIAtL/'X.
Our prices ore so low that
any man can afford a
pair of them. Ebony
backs as low os $1.00 a
pair. See them it) our
Calkins' Pharmacy
-Jerseys and
Sweaters at


tint s1 the ilflicer camine upnanditleniined


crshisiing'blonii'onmthne headetof the'

fuigitive wnithshtimctub.
'fin' vietima nf lie blowsintkoin the
issenneist siunioscins. Hte¬ę-ser
Hitolitse l'ttle trtiit store opositeOi
tiecor houme.irt tln 'tse ly otter tie iwai
takein in a ca011inge tintinetHoimneonpanthie
bonsiial. tineucrowditthen lost the built
niue theyn tiad insanifesteit inicennen -
tills Nsithiilltheiiinise.After cod
ing nirsouid awhehtthn''ispersentSec-
eral ai. ensswere isade. The extent of
the inijury nciutdmist be leairiend list

Seconnd hSonatOp. hsst1, D tinor. Pt- niill tell against Penis amid the latter
amnitno siln . t..Rbert Scinnmnsn anni ins a veryineaivy sneentheHots'
Ziemiiu'sh i'iin'niin Lebhnafth. . me Cicgoinnpinnediieirsinancesnis
Ss'ins Ishhift. Liise cinstart. mu h-lnsinm "tt s eemns un likely
the ' tinit Xiici 1a n shotilditeleit Peunnyl-
Eisa. XVsn tGmaIecandHernsard tuimn. vanina it hFramkinmFPisld onsItie Xnes--
Schen an in C Shharp 'Xinn ........... ern te'amosill be hasnniped msNnas
...... . . . . ...redericks 'iopsin Cica' olast nyeari by the upsetthing

Roemne'..... ........XavSemierCathiier
Rthapsodie Nsi. 11 ..........Fraiiz Lisnt

Echoes of Saturday's Game. Albertso Jonasn.
Illio~sthiks t hs mtchd O*idiblical Sonugs, Op. 99 .... Antonn Dvoraks
matrhless Cusnnninghamn. The folloionng (is)(bids aind Deirisness isre Rhound
fronnnyesterd~ay's Ilinin About Ilim.
"MncLeans nutlayned Csinninugham at (b) Lourd, Thnnu Art Mty Refsge.
cennter, especially frso the standponimt (dc)HodainMy Prhe-hs.
sit sisill. Nnt once did lue fumble. Cuan- (d oisM Shpe.
ningbano is a strong, ferce player, bunt-()IWlSigNwonsfCad
nonmetimes lonses, his 'heend as he did sun es
time psass for a pant In Keeno.Sn Sr Alice d. DBailey.
Lean see have the best center nn Ibe Atbnabtatt ..........Wagner-XWilhetnij
wnest. Wie should be and sne proud of itniuirisa ...........Zrz'cii
hun. Hernard Sturnm.
"Lowennthnal seas in partiicularlhy bhignhtFasntasy pieces, Op. 10, Nit. 5, 5, 3....
sarnf the game. He brnsk' through ..............Alerto Jonnas
tins line several times, and mnce bliss-is inter. Days in the North.
ed a punt. Ste clearly nutplayed bent Oar Out Windnnill.
muindu, his npponnn,neho sins 216 'ans Souci.
pounnss time heavier. Tree Northerun Dances.
Johnston was in every play and tradle AlbertoJonnas.
several' fine tackles. Ste exeelled bonthin xes foertn h idr
Keenas and Sneeley is panting. Ide
buckled tine tine in great shape mnd of the 'tnivem'sity ins Michigan fosr the
masde sevcral ine tackles. year ending June 30, 1599,wvs$2,223.40.
"Smnnwseas tine star of the Michigan Of this $1,832.25, wsnfnr labnr aimS
team and very, tenw gains were made $391515 for materi'ais. Allowing cur-
arsund his end.' He is undnubtedly theretpisfothwrkdnteea -
best end in the nwest and is in fine cnn-
.diinn igs of the bindery were .$2,735.87 nr
"The Michigan team had splendid Se- $512.47 mnre than the expense nf opera-
,ease and in the nirt bate very little Lion.

ahlicis of she tip. isiconsin players
willmalse a trip East amnd rill play
Yaleat te Ya 'tFeld 0mm Itle tottsit
October.tt nos safe to nay that Tale
is nervusos ov ectine event, rememnber-
mm'- lb.eumarksedSkickimum"abilt inot
O'Deas udnuislayed last Nonvemubersand
wehichn provedl no effective imumantchmes,
anmd there is 'mis opportunnity orfum Wis-
consin's gceit triumoph." XWisconsinm
too wasinolit quite eqalithathe tasksnest
-Should, ny nf these three teanms,
over 'Ialm' or Pemnsylvanimmmitinsouledbe
umunstimumably one sithmie mnsst dtistincet
'tiumnphs- thatsue hasve iritniessed sine
Prennsylvaonia maulsed uip frm hscmsee-
mmniiirate pstonsu by defeatimng Hamc-
sem'Ssrd tdrincietn.
In lbhe icnorof lthe XWestern tmmniecsi
ticsStMihn, C hicagn and XWisnsumin,
ihere are' nmore chancecs fnorsip-
sets, as tine mern 5dof past penis wnuld
indurate. Chicago, howsever, isceps up
a snore steady unifornmimne than '10
nonst nf the Miuddle Wiestern universi-
tins.Shimchigan host 'ear, in playing
Northwsestern on the 5th nut Novemsber,
'onan able tn wsn but only 6 to 5, and
1thneir ganme swith tine 'University of tli-
nois s a a inoderately chase nne of 12
is 5. Thus shows the pnssibilities o
_defeat at the hands of some inner clase
nrganizations to be possible at ' ny
time out theme. Wisconsin is not likely
to be S agged dnown unless their foota
ball deterioates very markedly this

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