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For The Championship oi the West
At CaIip Randall in Madison, Chi-
eago arird Wisconsin will today contest
for the chainpionship of the 'Muddle-
West in'the final f' tIball- game of the
'edon. : The two teams-are in equally
good condItion. Lardon -is' probably
but-of- -it for Wisconsin -and Hamil .for
Chicago. If this be the case each side
loonse its star- half -back. Otherwise
il regular players will be in trim. It
is doubtful if eIther team will be in as
good condition as it was on Thanksgiv-
-Ing dayas some of the playera are
jikely to be somewhat stale. Chances
on straight football favor ::Chicago.
She- has a fairly strong line, and" the
fastest back field- and. most -effective
o fense of'any Western team. Captain
Kennedy at quarter greatly re-enforces
thE line-on defensive. Wisconsins' de-
fenle Is remarkably strong but Slaker
here are st'i o ,t riptions
the athletic assotiatio 'o the
amount of $453.75.
_ _ i:S a-imer E. Cooley of the en
glne rig(department attended. tite
njeeting. ofthe'. American Society of"
'Mechanical Engineers held in New
'York-eity this week.
Qrd- aro .out announcing the mar-
riage of Miss Helen Salyer to Mr. Hor-
ace T. Purield. Mr. Purfleld is in-
structor in pattern work in the en-
gineering department, and is very pop-
ular with the students.
The balance in the treasury of the
athletic association is now a little over
$2,600. All large bills are paid and
Pennsylvania has not yet turned over
Michigan's share of the receipts of the
Rev. Joseph H. Crooker will give the
first of two. addresses next Sunday
evening at the Unitarian church on
"The. New Bible and Its Uses." Mr.
Crooker has written extensively on this
subject, and he will give a brief de-
scription of modern discoveries.
Mr. Jay Taylor, who charmed his
many hearers at the Methodist church
last Sunday evening, has consented to
sing; Sullivan's "Lost Chord" at the
Unitarian church next Sunday evening.
Mr. Alvord of the dental department
will also render "It is Enough" from
Prf B. M, Thompson will address
the Business Men's Class at the Con-
gregsitional church tomorrow on the
subect, t"The 'Tramp Question; What
Remedies Can Be Suggested." Prof.
H. B. Hutchin's lecture on"The Con-
clusions of the Hagpie Conference" will
be give nlater.;
Invit ons are out for the marriage
Dec 20, of Miss Georgia Matie Deu-
bel, of.-Ypsilanti, to LeRoy Allen Wil-
eon, of Benton Harbor. Mr. Wilson
graduated .from the t.. of M. law
school last year, and was a member of.
the Delta Chi fraternity, captain of
the, U. of M. rifles, and member of
the :debating team that vanquished
STT. BLOCH CLO&HING
is without question the finest pro-
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garments, at about one-half the p ce. It is that kind of clothing
which the best dressers are looking for, and realizing this fact we
have this seasonpurchased an unusual Large Stock of Stin Bloch Suitse
and Overcoats and are in position to fit all shapes and forms from
our magnificent line of this high grade make.
Best Line of Furnishings and Caps.
Always come to us for the proper thing.
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REGULAR BOARD $2.75. flEAL TICKETS $3.oo. Short
orders promptly filled. Fresh Home Made Candy now-on hand
with the famous Sponge Caramel a specialty. Pop corn balls
and salted peanuts now ready. Come in and try them.
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has yet to meet a -defense he cannot
tuncture for substantial gains. Ohi-
cago Mill certa inely make the- most
gains around the end and through the ' VJM L S
ine. But'-Wioconsin's strong defense.
coupled° With O'Dea's =powerful' kickiingN
might win the game. Wisonsin'was LfrI
iways 'able to hold' Yale at critical We have what you wait.,
times although the latter could gain at . Over 70 different kinds. i
Will until near he opponentsgoat- line.1
If Wisconsin can. hold Chicago as well
as shehas her other opponents O'Dea'so1 8. MAIN ST.
kicking could win the games.
-A Gilt From en Alumni. A h n
The English lit rature room in Tap- s
pan hall has recently been enriched by_ _
the addition of' a fine original impres-
sion of William Blake's r engraving.
Chaoucer's Cantel'bury Pilgims, paint- T heatre
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'who was among the first to recognise
Blake's genius, 'pronounced it "A Work
of 'Wonderful Power and Spirit," a GOOD THINGS
Judgment :now universally laccepted.
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TH E A DVE NT UR ES
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picture of college life than the sane author's
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