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October 29, 1910 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1910-10-29

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THE, MICHIGAN IUAL'

Come In!
Mr. Good Dresser
And inspect the biggest
9 anti most exclnsive selection
of imported and domestic
woolens in town.
This season more than ever
btefore we are able to show
you the choicest in fashions
and fabrics which will be
worn in the recognised style
centers by men who know
how to dress well.
High Class Tailored Garments made to your individual measure
at remarkable reasonable prices. To look means you boy, B
sure and look today.
J. KARL MALCOLM, 118 E. Liberty

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Granger's School of Dancing
Jonthe 01las(es any time. 'Thei'termegins tlititlciiyouido.
Classstfortadie sad Gentlemen Tuesday and Thursday Evenngs, 7:00
to 8:00 o'clock,
For Particulars call at Academy or Phone 246

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Henrya*%nd Comipany.
Te.lors narvd
Furnishers to Men

711 N. Unlversity Ave.

Amnis Arbor, Micha.

PA I

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Iheatoriun i4P0y

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES
All junior fits whose home is either in
Ohio, Indiana or Michigan, and who
are eligible Repbhican eters, see Pen-
iel or Moehlmni at oice.
All junior engineers meet at erie
helil for game with sophomores. tGnic
called at i:3.
Soph lit election today, 9-il1:3 a. m.
ini lectre rooii, Tappait tall
lIportant piactice seiioilits Moo'
ay at 3 :30 p. m,Ferry fit
Seiior law ieni report IFerr fiehi
9:30 i sits. Prictice. Iinkritoil.
Freshmnailit cls let ioniioimi o
North Winig, tocay 9 to 11:30 a1 ll.
Senioitrlits, whose dties atee paid tillto
this year, are eigible to vott toia.
Those ini arrears may pay a t election
MANY CANDIDATES RUNNNE
FOR FREISH ILANV Oll II CS.
Anundliicaice of ecodidae' iithe
fieltd ias the miiii fetrieC(f tie fresh
iliw meeting which ws hell Iet oerdie
aft'rnioon.There weie i ftwrimn
noinai ting seechtles which broulgt
firth applause froim the frt~is of tie
nineli es. Secretary Goddiartt had1
chiarge of the imeeting11111 eplinie the
fo rimial'ldotedtbylie lalss
Oie fortynoiiiitioin111ssirt iiade,
and1 ite s follows: IPresiietiii late
tic kett "AWaretniSteiiartTi111111
ltiikiis Roblert Gilociitii.tI-i.Neer,
JIL Viii Atkeii fo iclil-preiet
Rillert McCrerG .Ii ilar
CirtissNhEl.liPeiri, M5T.)Diis;
fiii secretarus JR.Coley: fr reas-
ureci D M.Thiomsoin011Clia1. Nila11111r,
I. .reeii H CPyutVt.NW. c-
1)11nal S Gisk, S. Do11111 tol
sereancot -arsos IL Ttchttr1(1.ItF.
Nchiiisriiii S .11r sI, Jamesleary,
G. 5 hiilleiit itlerC fole ioratia 1.11
gate t. IB.0Davi, S IDoleit e
Silloyeri Mi Otii fiiifiothll miiigr~
,.P DaiI IIf. iLintmaii1111
baseball mainagr, Ni I. MelWllac
Thiomiipson; for ibasetl llmanage111 A
C. Stit, Clias aner, iiC.. ight:1
fiii track manaiigee, I. N 1'Etisehower,
R. WHoiiyes IIHNI2Mel iiish, iG
irtistier fl.CEiiiie J1'K1Brown.
'Thicelecton111will lit litlitStudtie
A. TICKE'T 1105'Ml101R5YNE
Neublian loiio -in thei' iseta:
r~ rc urn hmtiiiiovmee
ie Reiiihicaiinhb h11cce
]lan iiiam e Ann Artor aiddress o
tlate coutiy'iil Alito t n(I
-r f the cli or dr) a postal io
J. Nelson, 7i0 Catherine ous. _3.
Detroit Laundry Brancha office. Calli
Huff, t247-J. -f.
Come to the "Ideal arer So" for
vor barer work. on wiindiii
"Everything right" 717 N. Uniersit
avenue. Johii Trojainowski, protrieitlr.
19-31.
CLIFTON, 2ia. high BEDFORD, 2in. high
Ah~f6w

! 4Z"Ctch COLLARS
Sitasnugly to the neck,Ithe tops meet
in front and there is ample space
for the cravat.
t5c. 2for 2c. Cluett,.Peabody & CoMakers
CHARLIES' BARBER SHOP
Under Hiuston Billiard Parlors
Charlie Weigand, Prop.

HATS
CAPS
SWEATERS
JERSEYS

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PLEATED SHIRTS
NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
FLANNEL SHIRTS
NECKWEAR

HOLE PROOF
and
INTERWOVEN
HOSIERY

Students
It's always a satisfac-
tion to look right and
be sure about it.
You can look to this
store for right clothes.

New Whitney Theatre
Cu~rtasr..8.15 P, M. Late cornes sn eot mseted promptly.
All week commencing Monday, Oct. 31
Matinees-Wed. and Sat.
John A. Himmelein 's
Asociate
Players Including
layersBesse Dainty
Mtoday Ngt-"Prncess oi Patches"
Tuesday Night-"Anita, The Singing Girl"
Wed. Matiniee--"The Sweetest Girl in Dixie"
Weudnesday Night-"In Arizona"
PRICES NIGHT-l0c, 20c, 30c Boxes 50c
PRICES MATINEE- l0c and 20c Boxes 25c
Lady free Monday night with one paid 30c
ticket. Seats now selling.

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Reule li, Fiegeloni Company
Come and let us surprise you with the amount
of quality, workmanship, and style we can give
you in one of our Fall Suits or Overcoats. No
store carries a more complete stock of Clothing
and Furnishings.
Knox Hats Stetson Hats
Beacon Hats
Spalding Sweaters
Manhatten Shirts
Perrin and lDent's Gloves
and all the latest styles in Neckwear

"Always the right thing at the right time"
WADHAMS & COMPANY
t21-123 Sooth Main Street
- THREE THINGS TO DO-
Join the Union
Belong to the Athletic Association
and
SUBSCRIBE TO
The
Mc --hian Daily
$3.00 A YEAR
$2.50 IN ADVANCE

DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and
Jackson
Limited Cars East mouad-s:to a. im, t0:to
Limited Cars Weat Bound-9:5t a. m..11:5
loa4 . n., :154 p.m.554 p.i., 7:54 p.i.
Locat Cars East Boad-2o tDctroit, 5ant a,
n1.,0:45a. i., and cvery two hourstn to 0:
P. Di. Tn Ypsilanti, 5:45 a. nad halflhour-
1v to011:5p. .. alson 12:15 a.i., 12:30a. in..
12X50 a. - 'Ino Satine chance at Ypilanti.
Locat Cars West Bound-5;45 am., 7:1l a.
inandecerytwohiours to 11:115 p. an. 4
ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLOES

Carriage and Baggage
.Por each Cnuple to and from parties
biefore1Ito'clock $1.50, after 12 o'clock
$2.00.
For each Trunk tuner from donr, the
price wilt he 25 Cents. If carried tn
or from up-stairs, the price will be
50 Cents.
Drivers arnecquired to collect cash
for carriage and bagage sertice.
WA GKER'S LIVERY
ROIIINSON & C0.
W. H. STARK
HOLMF*S LIVERY

aBIC
Matinee Today
Spicial Fiaturis-liotilllRt urns
astFun in a Fire
House"
4 OTHER 1BIG ACTS

Tihe Blue Tea Room
tOpen daily friim 7:30 a. mi. 10
7;30p. im.
Orders taken for speciat
parties
1221 S. UNIVERSITY AVE.
Phone 1696

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MILWARD, TUET IL R.

THE BEST QF EVERY
THIN'G IN TAILORING

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