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Fine Fall and Winter
Suitings, Golf Suits,
Fancy Vestings.
r o 0
We Carr9 the Largest
I Stock
In the City.


CONCERT BY EDDY begin the closing session, the reports to
be given will be as follows:
A Large Crowod Listen to the Organ The report on Chemistry-Professor
A Large Crowd histen' tortheOrga. Delos Fall, Albion College; Mr. R. R.
Recital By Chicago's Organist. Putnam, Eastern High School, Detroit.
A large and appreciative audience The report on Botany-ProfessorC.
was present at University Hall last A. Davis, Alma College; Miss Helen
evening the occasion being a,, organ King, Saginaw, E. S., High School.
recital given by Mr. Clarence Eddy of The report on Eootogy-Professor
Chicago. The program, although long, Th reot nZolg-ofsr
Jacob Reighard, University of Michi-
did not become tiresome, the last num-
gan; Dr. Lewis Murbach, Detroit Cen-
her being received with as much en- trot High School.
thusiasm as the first. The fact that no The officers of the Schoolmasters'
one left the hall until the entire pro- lub for this year are:
gram was completed, shows unusual President-Prof. W. H. Sherer, Ypai-
approval on the part of the audience. lanti.
It is generally conceded that the recital Vice-President-Supt. E. L. Austin,
last evening was far superior the one Owosso.
given by Mr. Archer a year ago. The S -Pn .
Secretary--Prin. J. H. Harris, Bay
following was the prograni:
City. .
Toccata in F.................J. S. Bach
a) Pastorale, "L'Angelus" (new)- Treasurer-Prin. R. S. Garwood,
a) ..................W. nw ta me Marshall.
W. W. Starmer Executive committee-Prof. A. C.
b) Scherzo (new)........ ,.. W. S. Hoyte.
McLaughlin, Ann Arbor; Prin. E. O
Concert Overture in E fiat (new)
....William Faulkes Marsh, Jackson.
Adagio, from Third Symphony, Editor-Pref. F. N. Scott, Ann Arbor.
.....Camille Saint-Sacns -._____
(Translated by Emile Bernard.) Chicago Wants to Play Michigan.
Grand Choeur Dialogue.Eugene Gigot The following song, sent in by J. B.
a) Capriccio, "La Chasse," Overton, '96, is one of Chicago's foot
..................Polibio Fumagalli ball songs, and is here published be-
b) Menuet in G..........Felix Borowski cause of its striking significance. It is
Arranged by Dr. Chas. W. Pearce) a reflection of the Chicago under gradu-
Funeral March and Song of Seraphs, ate sentiment and points out how much
....Alex. Guilmnt a resumption of the athletic relations
Toccata Di Concerto (new) would be welcomed there. The song is
.M. Enrico Bossi one of a number printed on a sheet
(Dedicated to Clarence Eddy.) which was distributed around Chicago
March and Chorus from University, to be sung by the students
"Tannhaeuser" ..Richard Wagner at games.
(Arranged by Homer N. Bartlett.) ,A . ,..,-
,We're sw-ept the East and scept the
Program Michigan Schoolmasters' ws t
Club. We're standing at the top,
The thirty-third annual meeting of The teams that come to play us

We make a specialty of
Chocolates as a side line.
We sell lots of them and
our stock is always fresh.
Lowney's,Allegretti's and
Kuhn's always in stock.
Wilders Pharmacy


Last Home Game.
Today's game with Kalamazoo af-
fords the last and only remaining
chance to see the 'Varsity play before
the final game next Thanksgiving Day.
Practice will be secret both on Monday
and Tuesday to enable the team to
work up new formations and signals
for use in the game with Badgers.
It is because of the fact that the
coaches have decided to have the 'Var-
sity start the game with the same line-
up it will have on Thursday. Of course
Snow and France will not play but
their places are assured, and must ne-
cessarily be played by substitutes in
their absence. Otherwise, however, all
the regular players will be in the game,
thus affording an opportunity to see
what kind of form they are playing in.
Hugh White or Kramer will play
France's position, and probably Brook-
field Snow's. Gill is slated for the other
end, and Richardson for fullback.
The following is the line-up of the
two teams for today, as given out by
the coaches;
Michigan, Kalamazoo.
Gill ................e........... Brown
McDonald ..........t............ Stripp
Hugh White.........lg........... Bohurt
Cunningham .......c............. Bixby
Kramer ............rg.......... Lienan
Steckle, Capt.......rt............ Irland
Brookfield ..........re......... Haushy
Street ..............g............ W reidt
McLean. lb........ h...... Hoag, Capt
Keena ... ....rh.. Horbeck
Richardson ........f..........., Koster
vuau ats Fay Normais.
The senior law team, having con-
quered all class teams in the University,
are now out after other scalps. This
morning at 9:30 they will play the Nor-
mat team at Ypsilanti. The Laws are
making great preparations for this
game. A special motor has been char-
tered and will start from the campus at
3:30. The band which was organized
for last Saturday's game will be on
hand and as much in evidence as be-
fore. The same large crowd of rooters
will also accompany the team. A game
was first arranged between the Laws
and the Mt. Clemens team, but upon a
report reaching them that the team
from here averaged 200 pounds to a
man the Mt. Clemens players were a
little shy and cancelled the date. If
the game tomorow is satisfactory the
champions expect to play Saginaw
High School team, Thanksgiving.
Students From Diploma Schools.
About 450 new students have entered
the literary department of the Univer-
sity thus far this fall. Of these 230
enter as candidates for a degree on
recommended diplomas from approved
high schools. The other 310 enter either
on examnation, as not candidates for a
degree, on advanced standing of one
year or inore, or as graduate students,
The 230 who enter on a certified di-
ploma come from 93 different schools,
as follows: Detroit Central High
School, 25; Ann Arbor 24, Grand Rauds,
14; Lansing and Saginaw, E. S., 7 each;
Bay City, Chelsea and Pontiac, 5 each;


'THE OL D For several weeks we have
seen laying in a stock for the
boys. L a now are ready with
LE a full line of LUNCIOES, Cs-

the Michigan Schoolmasters' Club will
be held at Ann Arbor on December 1-2,
1599. The various conferences will all
be held in the Law lecture and will
begin on local time.

1R. E. JOLLY & CO The general topic will be the report
of the committee on college require-
The opening meeting will be held
Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The re-
K olah6 ports to be given are as follows:
The report of the committee on Eng-
lish-Professor F. N. Scott, University
of Michigan; Mrs. Henry Hulse, Grand
3Rapids High School.
The report on History and Civics-
Professor Earle W. Dow, University of
Michigan; Principal Webster Cook,
We will furnish any Kodak, Saginaw, E. S., High School.
new from thu factory, at Ci The report on Mathematics-Mr. E. C.
factory pricesa. Ask as shoot
it. Goddard, University of Michigan ;
Principal E. B. Hall, Western High
School, Detroit.-
Calkins' Pharmacy The report on Physics-Professor J,
0. Reed, University of Michigan; Su-
perintendent W. F. Lewis, Port Huron.
In the evening at 8 o'clock Professor
U T E R. M. Wenley will delivler an address
before the club, subject, "The Educa-
tional Problem in Scotland."
Philosophy o fThe session will be resumed Saturday
morning at 9 o'clock. The program will
i istory. be as follows;
The report as a Whole-Professor B.
A. Hinsdale, University of Michigan.
Philosophical General discussion.
Study of The report on Modern Languages-
Politics Dr. E. H. Mensel, University of Michi-
gan; Miss Alice E. Rothman, Ann Ar-
By ALFRED H. Los. author of "Citizen.
ship and Salvation," and "Dynamic sbr High School.
I enliam."1. The report on Ancient Languages-
19 Mo 4 Pians 2. 1. ... -. , ,,na.. -,A

Have all heard something drop;
We're ready to try Harvard,
But take away the other teams,
We're a bit too good for them.
Cornell and Pennsylvtania,
Are resting for awhile.
N. U., Purdue and Oberlin-
Did any body smile?
It's getting tiresome to watch,
The scores run up so high,
So give us a chance at Harvard now,
And watch the crimson fly.
We're fond of Slaker's bucking,
We like to see Ralph run,
When Jim and Elridged take the ball
There's sure to be some fun.
Our linemen they art wonders,
And Woodruff he knows Ken,
And we want a show at Harvard,
They can talk about Wisconsin
Until they all turn green,
But ten men gats a kangaroo
Wilt never make a team.
The fower they call the champion-
Will never go to them;
Give us a show at Harvard, then,
The following from President Har-
per's address at the foot ball smoker
night before last is more official, but
not more significant:
"We deplore the present state of af-
fairs in the West, and-hope to see the
time soon when we will be on friendly
terms with our great sister institutions.
That time must come; that time will
These and other indications all alike
point in the direction of a reocnellia-
tion. And there is little doubt that the

Adrian, Niles and South Bend, Ind., 4
each; twelve other high schools, 2 each;
and fifty-one schools one each. Nine
are graduates of seven of the Chicago
high schools.
In the engineering department 70 out
of 1211 new students come on diploma.
The Detroit Central High School sends

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