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SCIt MICHIGAN IDAILIY__________

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.'

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G. I. Wild Comipally
The Largest Stoc.k in
the City
Exclusive Styles in

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Man(agig Editor-ARCHER F. RITCHIE.
Jfushess .Manage-Jodi, F. 'Nuuc.j
EDITORS
N ewts ... D .....lonal H. Haines
Athletics,..........Lee A White
Athletics, Assut. ..C. E. Eldridge
E xchange ...... Rohert Mounisier.
Music ........Roy D.' Welch;
Dirama ......Raymond Visscher
W~omen's Editor....Louise Van Voorhis
EIITORIA1, ut' DEC
Chauncey Boucher
1)1 01(1 ,. Kinnecy Leonard C. Reid
XMichael 13. M~cltih Fred E'. Gooding
REP OnTER

WOOLEINSi
For Gentlemen's Wear
,:( orn., eq1ured lor Suite
(is roatsIFancy t estings, and
isrosert tgs, ad of htgh iclass
[adllwie0sod specilStyleIt
Full Dress Suits a
Specialty
0. H. Wild Coiupany
311 South Stale Street
DOKS
Sav e half your money and buy
Second-hand Books at
Ebe
Btu~cnt& I1oohietore
'Universtty Text-Books for sl
D~epartments,
lDrawtng Instruments for Ean-
gtneering Students.
'et ary 11llthteIctettinakes
stn oerjd dby theptrofssiors
0 1 'prcesaltt itithelowestt
cile~cal Sohe di!tattoncr ?
5ehnsotLea der FountinlPen
TheBetie$. 100P eihe World.
Sheehan &Co.'s
A. G. Spalding & Bros,
Runt Balt, Basket Bail, lee Skates,
itockey, Goit, Gymnaiumo
Apparatus.
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'liii Yorl ('ChiagoD' etit;

boweli J. Care
Walter R. 'Towers
Patti Greer
1. (;. C. Williatts
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1). A. 11ickley

J. H. Prescott
Louis Kraft
Sanmtel H. Morris
Paul Leidy
11. I. Arnmstronig
D~antaB. Jottes

ttittg says .Enolther tie busteid.' Let lated.il. p~ecittiy is tis trite ini thc en-
us hope for feiser s e of the ttnd this( gecttofiitile)DotntldtRobiertson
lilt effort.,(lute'er.tetn leyXlichigaii unisersity' for (lie
Ii. after malsterting outr iaily assignt- encourat'igemtti oflt theiltiterairy draita,
ntts i-we stilt fiiiit (ilte left oi lit'r andtiie(ien igagementt is a lanidmarttin
Ians. lic e s-o(bo tier a ((eightbotrishotie dlecleupinebo iof that movetmet.
leants to wsork, ior tusitsayireatma-tid - - -----
doi notihiig?'XiNo Itureet s iitum(ilra- s-es eNA*ct nOMtEN5I seue les.
1)1 oportn ites ffeedin vacio us coil- Ret-l showttilue icelase1)f foiurteen
lege ativitiesii i toievlpany Iline ofi ainthue n(i umer of frteisihianigirls inithe
poses Artyi ne .itrstein tjourlgirtilsentere-d, iiiie it preset 24(1hace
smt 'cnl.-et thue lieu st ,prauctiiii- alealilregisteredi.Xlo separateIcor
ing by srking-foer'Thiuei ly.s XtsiceuI is ikept ofthumb((i er eif oppereli's
talnt is lways atiia tie-ti instn tile girls. hutteri- se-eis t b( oeres
,Ace, manoltinitii-ia n hall'() lus. ''lie in the umb tter this year.
titerlacy soceteies utffe excellentt taininlg -_
for' dlebaeirsc. Athl-etie Ohiits of all)- Nlti (hilc(igar ic tcli-itre (lie liet
(yie is igivrse ryihace.-tt ofi-' duevseliop- cies andelpipestile siold fli the least
((iieutine ivablec. mone y toO East Liberty stree. 1-E
Simplyii'becauise-«.edohtuuI isee a Ihails - -______
fiit, '-((illsicalilubtitifiibiaudebtliugi lIowteredtitlax ifireitaiciing ftoors.
me al.oran ._1timmuhediltely wti tin it sht'ss237. ('. It1. 'Major' e&uCoi.
iech sre\ omatke is eff'I)? len -- - -
though tie Itklull fiiiiea'rs lit cni(e taatieeid$1(.00 pcin intie city
sistittudy(1(lanititraintiig fiieanyolliie''at Ius gs pa tal-ciic. if
of tese -ittid theti, osly attie cnl if
a liiig situggie,'"miakte'posit." is it title Sieam iiiil dryteaeting- Miss Lovse'li,
wased . \ fortvae ii(lcoeiititshieid 32 State str eet ; aent PlcrIA. Peters.
Somiteiith i e lhav eeiiime sitongerlIDetrsot.2-7
for the effort, and hve' serveiiour c am
versity as bei s-weesoulet. Zonfy iiphits-''(litic bettetr-tiade'"sit
Sim oneii( tasiits.aid"Keep-tix tiinii tii le:', byi.Allien, M-ain streit. 16
aw . \Ve\ustget a it early anisew-
tie -p itOit.-Justias th(lie n he'iee'titcel(1- \Michgain iusic.andlate soperatic ow1
tel;- in one sseli e- teeit it(,i i ch e i ciatlkiiit's 15,ltsie Ilosi. iii (it-s- e
lirvi t i-iwi n byit t h le eigte'ethtt so will -_-
elitlisieeiniig(eaiiof liii collee Colltelgitan tclthis for cilrge henciii
core itnesiee tieap-inig iof anii lilltisale byiAlien, NIlaiuistreet. i-h
datilares-iof rewardicits lea ce-lt_________of________
consitnt e'ffoitsiSillicth(le preeingeicai\\' helarst stuck of bth-l
ear rearstinuwshativer iits o c it t iits iaid Ipajamas. Icuts-&8 Co., tail-
tt' i ttl e lie inite-restedi. (ois,1furniers. i late .attiishoes. if

BUSINESS STAFF
C'art 11. AilltI Harold P. Gonuld
Address: MICIGIAN DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street.
Manager's Hours : 1-2 p. in., 7-8 p. mn.
daily, except Sunday. Both phones
SATU'RDAY, OCTIOBf R3, i19it.
It mnasyit'oppor ttt-eitiid not atal
lit ()f plece to gise "a sworti to tie
wiste.''the "sounld-be-ise,'" ior 'tie
i>>I iictilily' deedenht uponlie ptt
tir1ill Itittblyshottii meii n ln"ss't-
wtill lie- iir lutst,iand iswiat is t: fututi
nis' itill itetthitte- 6i!t-iit-e -ur prese.-
Otue : ithere atcollege'is sht. Elveryc
W01) tilidsfeorti toi-is'nt a-ife-is-p
'shtcs lFachsoppotI ((((1(5Sel.-ciat
iir -:s uipepas ts a-C.t h
i.15 of all ge-i s(t't--lsititn 115isl
mae e ail'yisill catrry'its a long say.
butillaiimpt'essions'. tual l lylie re'-
moed bs'consient atd ftitfttl wot'k.
A fe-w 'essns tneglected tt thiiecritiicai
staige,. iIilmos1 t of 011t' ttrisltar-
less iso(is, miy' render (liireminihder
of aesourse ntettrely- vastil' itore difli-
cltbutehaps Iiiissibile. L'et us
ri-ebe i thei i ii'stiley if teise tndi
fooilish sirgiuis andilfillstir ltttsea'trly-.
Siohmeiof its whoii have atlettst re-
mandin coliege', atnd tutit ireseuht
a iii such expressions its these iofereil
at thi eitid of the semester ittexpslattna-
tion if an itng-ioriesepaettritrefroim
stir mitii:t "Wietak eyes," "neededl at
hoe""a buttiness openiung I can't af-
forid toumiss," 'father's sick," etc., etc.
We (ccclpi cactiexplanation apparently

.L. A. seteu'S A ix aei ies -Y
'T'e opport unitiie's ofcoflliegietikei
thlose' if 'tatlife-, iseinioncecgnal
(hill.eiteislled. To)iu l tt hem goi le'
uneeed mte ttiean;uuuae.lull tiiiihich'oeist
(lieis te poottier.l it n lii-itsou s.f Bthe
prsenes nthiueit niit i-a tLeturile
citesiatiopit'sfierstaieiphiuncif tilh
t h iit i t i i e p e a l U t oe ve r y-t i i i y t-e i n o p r u it iy i h e a r ittt
top11(ics s Waltu hirui naitii reI I ;is thi uey
(laue vare in thertm e.iFtilh-ste-tietr
tothlien lumelpublifciute desedt
'l't lostiv stud etse'in ariua. ac

Wef haves ttu do e petusatch urep- ii
iii s.ince 1818. II 'ier's Jeis ery'.Store,
2(10 S. Mauiin Si. eiiutIf
If 1( y'tutue- mc tuuieptial esortdunet
at Ittdte'''u 11wsill lie'stisiehd. Il-
It-cs J e'wieltry Store, 216S.pMauin St. i-ut
We-mialic a seiatiiy if dniutuetiiii
lens (hilt'our opita (llidepa tent. I lal-
tic's3 JewveltryStir-. 216 S.plintS. ico
.\tii'Iigan insuf, fobsi,tuaod spoons, in
nesw andii excluisise dlesipgnsat IHalleir's
Jciesr- SItire, 216 S. Alaiti St. codi-tf
1FO1k RFN'T-Onue parlor suite, $3.00
tier si-ek forioeuesoinu all Convsen-
ie. 331 Patckeardi street. 1-6
Swsetaters ciiuts-ver tutu sweter sesti
atMis'.Lel s'~, 332 S. Sutate St. 2-7
utile tby.Ailenu, pMain street. i-6u
Lais' yituseittsuite t ii Lovli-
ell's 3.32 S. State St. (Orereaort'. 2-7

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Correct Colors for Fall
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