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No. 59.




Fine Fall and Winter
Suitings; Golf Suits,
Fancy Vestings.'
We Carry the Largest
In the itt.


We make a specialty of
Choeolatea as .a side line.
WV-e sell lots of them and
our steek is alwasys e.esI.
Kuhn's always in stock.. '
Wilder's 'Pharmacy


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boyseand now are ready with
R ELIA nL Eaiiil ine of LUOCHES, Cl-
t;3 OFF{
Wte iwil-.nists any Kodak;
fe . f oin L L &toy Cat ,
factory prices. Ask us about

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HEAVYWEIGHT ELEVEN superior to one involving the east and
west. This was proved conctsisely in
Cc aches Have Already Selected Next last Thursday's ,game., Though, Stagg.
seems desirous, of, playng. one of the
Year's Team. leig four in.Chicago.at the close of next
The interest aroused in football nas year's.season it is hardly probable that
been so great that even the outcome of he will succeed in doing so. For all
Thursday's game cannot dampen the ar- save Pensylvania are outspoken against
dor of the enthusiasts. Great enthusi- western trips and all save Pennsylvania
asns is manifested in the prospects for have abolished Thanksgiving day gamcs.
next year as at present Michigaso's out- And it is understood that Chicago ltas a
look is remarkably rosy. contract witli the Quakers to play thems
The splendid list of candidates avail- in the east next year.
able this year. now looks. better than
ever. Only Cnninghan, McDonald A Length4 Session
and Jtttner of this year's team, are The Board of Control held a meeting
certain of not returning. McLean and last etsing which lasted from seveno
Richardson may be back next fall to o'clock 'till eleven. It is tnderstood
don the moleskin for Michigan. Street that the athletic situation and the re-
will probably not play. Kelly has been lations at present existing between the
developing remarkably fast of late and big ivestetrn colleges were thoroughly
gives promise of rounding into genuinedisssed. Several sebers o the
'Varsityform next year. g board were seen after the meeting but
lThe weakness of this year's back field nothing could be gotten o"t of them
on defense has again turned attention to cocernisng any action taken regarding
the plan of putting more weight backof- the 'atter. A commn ication was read
theitasoofputisg tor svigt htkoffron thte tmaagemets of te Ypsilanti
the line. Chicago started the idea by Nro te proestng gate whihte
playing Kennedy at quartet. Miehigaeiormal team protestirg game which the
last year put Caley at full back. Chica- seor law team played with them.a
go and especially Pennsylvania have ex-week ago.Saturday, atod which resulted
tended the application of the new plan. in a victory for the laws by the score of
Tee forterplayed Wellington at all Dict pye claim that- for tocad
1et c ye gmte gne for the lase
and had Kennedy -at quarter already. atpd ask that some acto be take it tse
The latter pulled Outtland back from natter. It osas referred to Profe.so
tackle to play half and quarter and Mc- tDrake a rd MeMrricd with power to
Cracken from guard to full back. Withs
the present prospective wealth of heavy act.
men of ability, the feeling is that France An Oflier to Students.
aind Dietz could be spared from the line. The offer has been made to ss -ntct.
Playing them at half would give the of the leading universities of the conto'
line stront re-esforetoent on defensive-"r "te "" ft o nd dol
play and provide an irresistable pair it .t k l
tine smashing. The extent to which e itoer i gold medals or checks. as tie
,plan will b T adoptetdbynext year's recipients mtay prefer, for the ablest pre-
coaches is eaning considerable discus- 'setatio" of the subject of "Modertt
stacltess sitg eoseaoe iseus- eucation: Does It Educate i he
siots. All sorts of spe cc atiob is tow Broadest and Most Liberal Sense of the
rife' regardittg the coachoisog to be pro- 'fr ,, f thi disit toaty -
vided for the fall of 1900, as it is gener- erm?T10this discussionmany"o_
tlly believed that on thissill largely de- lthe leading educators of the cotntry.
all beevd taton hi wd lrgey e~ inludngPresident Giman of ohnis
pend the outcome of the season, as thish Ycluding l
year there will toe att abundance of a- Hopkins, President Dwight of tale,
terhewl. aaudc President Hladley of Yale, President
terial. 'The question remains what will lre fCiaoUiestPre
e lade s t o . reossola vlHarper of Chicago University, Fresi-
be tmade of it. dent Atdrews of Brown have already
It is With the idea of adding weight to cottAri e s te Boge of 'leaCos
the back field that coach Henniger has ontriluted in the pages of The CoS
f a aa memopolitan." The debate is now/ tras-
gi'veso oufttle foltosv in; as a possible
team for next year: . ferred to the province of the st dentt.
Center, Barkabus; guards, Kelly and A gold medal or cheek of one tundredl
Seignund; tackles, Steckle and White; dollars will be placed at the disposal of
ends, Sowy atod Woocttao iatr, the stdents of each of the followtg
sack, Wiietey; tatf backs. Frtsne alniversities: Yale, Harvard, Johns
Dictz; fsall backs, Sweeley and Keeta. Hopktsts, Michigan,-University of W's.
Woodhasn is a talamanoo player sltho cotinPrinceton, Brown, Penasylvt-
was not elegible this year. Dietz is ato a, Cohicago, Cornell, Colusbia, Cali-
foNnia, Leland Stanford, 'Jr., Notre
r.x-Northwvestern guard, who is very .ae Gogtonad n .rst
swift, and Whitney, an ex-Amherst Col- Dane, Georgetown and snversity o
lege half back and captain. Both France Virginia. Aftter these have been
and lDietz wigh over t po pounds. awarded,. the successful contestants wvl
ndDezw h r uds be invited to meet at Harvard Univer-
sity before a board of judges of nation-
Wi 1 Chicago Pla Wchigen. at reputation, and an award of three
According to the Chicago Times 1Her- hundred dollars will be made to the
1ld of yesterday's date Prof. Stagg student wtho shall present the ablest
shows a disinclination to grant to Mich- final discussion.
gan next Thanksgiving day as the date-
for a gate. Be that as .it na Presi- Neto Stmeaters and Caps.
dent Harper in last Wednesday's cot- The students of the Homeopathic
ference is quoted as being desirous of a Medical College hLave purchased for the
gano next' year with Mieligao. Either members of their departmeot football
lthis sunans that Stagg and his president team very pretty sweaters and caps.
are working to cross purposes or sal 'fthe sweaters are navy blue in color and
the latter ovas thinking of a gate with ave letter "" inO the center bettywv
the Wolverines at some other time in the verdical bars above the horizontal
the season than on Thanksgiving day, bar'is the letter "M," below the hori'
is a marked question. However, vith nontalar is Ithe letter "C" The caps
Wisconsin faithful to her contract With arc also navy blue in color and have a
Illinois, Michigan is the only wcstern very orett monogram composed of the

Difficulties Btoeen Western Col-
leges Smoothed Over.
Wishing to present to its readers an
authentic account of hopw matters stand
at present in western athletic circles the
Daily representative interviewed Prof.
A. H. Pattengill last evening on the
subject. He said, "On Wednesday af-
ternoon and evening before the Thanks-
giving day ganc there was a conference
of representatives of Wisconsin, Ill-
nois, Chicago and Michigan. There were
present Presidents Adams. and Dean
Birge;, of Wisconsin, President Draper,
of Ilinois, Pres. harper and his
brotlher, Chicago, and myself represent-
ing .\ichigan.
"T'he restlt of the discussin 'as the
formoulating of the folloscing agree-
snent: That in the future arrangements
for games shall be smade on the basis
of at least t;o years, the right to select
the place of the game being given each
team aaternately and a reasonable finan-
cial guarantee with an option on an
equal division of the net receipts."
"'his is a concession of all that the col-
leges have been contending for but it' is
only fair to say that President Harper
deciared it had always been the official
position of Chicago University.
"Prehnoinary arrangements had been.
entered into by Wisonsin aond Chicago
for a game on Dec g of this year and
ganoes ott Thanksgiving days for the
three succedding years to be played in
Chicago. But it was stated that these
load not been ratified' by the isconso
bouarl. Oing to the 'fact -tat it was
then and there discovered that a con-
tract existed that required Wisconsin to
play with Illinois on Thanksgiving. day
of next year and on account of the
earnest desire of President Adams. to
umake ito contracts that would appear to
the disadvanstage of Michigan and Illi-
nois, all arrangements for subsequent
games between Wisconsin and Chicago
were cancelled Thus Michigan, Wis-
consin, Illinois and Chicago were and
are left free to make what contracts
they choose. Subsequently an agree-
ineft was made by -Wisconsin 'and
Chicago for a game on Dec 9 of this
"President Harper expressed a will-
ingness and desire on the part of Chi-
:ago to arrange a game with Michigan
for next year and was assured of a
similar desire on Michigan's part."
Important Etvainass to Come Up.
The regular meeting of the Athletic
Board has been postponed until tomor-
row night. Iomportant business will
couse sp before the board. Director
Baird will makc a financial report on
the two big games of, ithe year, the
Pennsylvania game and the Wisconsin
game. 'fte most, important business
will be the engaging of coaches for nex
vear. A considerable proportion of the
board are in. favor of hiring east'r
coaches next year, while others of the
board favor the retention of the pres-
ent .plan of home coaches. Even if it
should be decided to retain the present
system there will probably be soui!dis-
pute as to who wtl be selected for the
An Interesting Publication.
D r, Warren W ash b irnt. Plover, in-
S %Varres'as linru T-e, in

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