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May 07, 1909 - Image 2

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.mssTHE MICHIGAN DAILY,~
G. H. Wild Collpally tuto-i1
MERCHANT1 TAILORS t os
Hove receivead a largeeline of

woolens for SPRING and SUM-
MER in ( ienium, Light, and Dark
Art Leather) Silver Drab, Grecian
Drab, Light Male. Rnyal Gray, and
King's Tan.
We have the Blarney, Hudson,
Cumberland, Chester, Orient, Pet-
ham, Australia, Cymric, Bullion,
Federal, Empire, Raeburns, Irish
Boating Tweed, and London Wors-
teds.
Please come early and have
your Suit reserved.
G. H. Wild Comipally
311 South State Street
'ENNIS
W cacr rys i comtpltelitnc
O~ur Psices on packets
Prim - - $70
Sears - - $5.00
Longwoodd - $3.50
Spalding Gold Medal
We guarantee our Rackets.
Ternnis Balls
W right & Dilsonatd Goodrich
Sheehan & Co.
Students' Bookstore
Porto Rican Canes
[i -h tidi isvlking -tic-ks 'of nastive
its tlot- -tres: $1, $1.50 and $2. ot
paid. -ogi-it 4N- -iett-a Addiet-
ROOT & CR~IER
Mayaguez, Porto Rico Box 424

New . .. .
N,--w (Ast.'
\171l( tiCt
M 11 it

W0ilur1, Ii t
I I1(1 I ;. llalscr
.. kooks Kraft

1:1tit IT ORIA , 5 1'. S. I
l ae I . \tJu n s r i ')1 ShllotiII
Chstli-sitard GSteret.e
11)11100 0 IC\'t)1/s
1 i A W itc.rkdL to
Dana 1{.jlS.\ Dai
Sa nc I._l r Is - '.it Ctnklit
G. C.till)Don1ire
ill g r' Ho rs 12i .I 'l,78 P nt
ily exep lSndy. Boh hoe
FR'J1AViltllittiMO').
Th 1 is ncs ih hc tem~
- tpc ic. (liittt sir it a- >i oil
i-ttitt tllisut- ilt lilr~r t mte

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
iii -ad fr m Iticiccitin, ihcc ets l-
cnsc o ii t 1Ilirstit S. Cody, a
memberof thelaItst cltiss Io leasete
I i m ers 1 si sck lit-fcite the lsiit
1*a cclbs tacnd iti\ i tn ot ed ll ac
its V ll 0 st oinntiuci sIittni s, W
re-- iiiiitd st antiit thesmetm
\%eit ills-i 1WisihetictuanIce ofi
itjthe su cs s , iich ci igt her I]
in liii c his, irpcsi shatvit cmu tile
the lapel tsillsuc' naur st
itttt l iii r t -l "1ikC s hotit lit e liti
tic itt-ptluiluts-s iii
\\'eic liii ri st i theii i ei-s ilt t
still.
It I ()tilt wistsl toii tihanklthe i t- ro iti
scctred th stre itom Lai g- ruitsii- i
themattrofseniortcaps andgowns .
The uirusi promostets haIliulc thec
snake chartilt"PIollttilitics
tl 10ii-- t -til 1 titit cN ITR-
\ta it. its.of-hes hoard Jiilsco tcol
If student pu liinsThurtsday fter
itli(l, -titics itil~t I d i Ilrt sc-foritc

WVI ND) IIVIum 1S ''lul \Y
IRK Iii IR \1.A NIFliltCI R I -S
rit-ci. They still ibe-cseen iiin ti-e itt-st big
sitowi Saturdaytc- -sIteitit it- tandlall iswill
betirute Iti t he "pilt' ri detilt ttrt a
itelyamloa~ced et, utit \01th u hul
edly fllow ht oftutun~yfli
pi cipa itees o ta ite. id
a i ilit had tutud a i t d issc olIlec -
wiuttii ni y quat fyng) pihet Th
th pall d and witilot f iliprti
vilit uch muicu astti a its)nlict
co n I' Is check." t-i
ci f t tt ractl i on1s- readcyti folit ext i bit io II
andlic l c c sireetc t he _Is stun i at
Andtheyiiarclnotfakes eit1hlrltAsit i
till-I tod. " OU W ll haticeta -chance
iit lttttt (y tityu s litnit's worthorit illtic
reu de . it on'tiilug il to sec i the I r~
ittoic Is ttitdaceothe sc1 iii 1eil1.,
ins diitiiil(tth iists- Itt ttrtic)I-

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FOWNES
GLOVES

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are a "good tihing to have
on hand," and oil good*
dealers have them on hand.

hers o the loon 'Michiganensian staff
and were recommended to the board.
"Vonng's bats"-..--none better n ade-
Snlari shirt: for inen on sal(, at Al- sprilig stvles (41, Sale at Allen's 0-117c
fei' Clothes Shop, plain St. 18tf Shop, plain St. 1 (1-ti

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IN THESE DAYS

C ER C LE FRKA N cO1s
HIRAMS
Will deliver a lecture on~
" CYCLIN4G IN
EUROE
8.00 P. M.
Tonight
SARAH CASWELL. ANGELL HALL

Wli vefrdortlset
Tennis Rackets
'71!l c v t 1tu 5.la
icitis 1i t hus l -lt li a ti
Rleaeic t s i 1 Iiili ii' o
lackt it Hi - iii ' 1 s lt-I
Everyone Guaranteed
wAH'
University Bookstore
In -
Medical
Denta1
SeconsHand . tc -s Boos
lV' r t dI c l i cti ) c re
32b S. T'iE l I yL 'l
Second Flir Ic. 7 f
Se ()o Io / jC
4t I ~ r.i.~ v o/ (I.
1111(1(ol
JUWLFXS 20 Miii t.
Koda...
Fillishillg
[rompt Deliv ery

Goodh Work
Lowest Prices
F. F. CALI(INS
}RU~IST
324 South State Street

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of near milk, almost meat, and not quite leather,
you're not always sure of what you are getting~
for your money. You may get quality and you~
may not. So far as shoes are concerned, you'
can do away with all uncertainty, by buying~
WTALKOVERS.A
e-.- There isn't and there~
never was any un-
certainty about their~
:w style or comfort or'
-quality. If you have
worn thetm you know
Tan rwo Eyelet Tie $350, $4.00, $5.00,
Price $5.00
WALK-OVER BOOT SHOP'
ItS South Main Street

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121 Washington E. The Randall Studio, Randall &Pacok Props.

Phoie, 5+98

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