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October 25, 1907 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1907-10-25

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' HEt MICRIGA1N DAILY

Sam Burchifield's
Fine Tailoring
Trade
Can
Deliver
The
Goods
Sam Burchfiedl
& Co EAST HURON ST.
Doyouw nt 2.70
worth oflfo>4 iC,
Call at our store 'tc! c,,arnthe
particulars of the Sanitol "hemical
Compan's great introductory
offer, the greatest offer ever made
in toilet preparations.
Ten articles for tiae price of 4
BROWN'S DRVG STORE
120 Ems.LIbe.ty St.
ALARI >CLOCKS
$1.00 $1.50 $1.75
All the best nas a rid sull }- Is oed
MICIGAN PINS AND) FOBdS
25c up to $5.00
FINE WATCHI REPAIRINGi
A SPECIALTY.
Watch Insepector far{the Attn Arbor Railroad
J.206 S. MAIN ST.
Brnchh 304 S, State St.
The Reason Wh11y
fr1 g ; oe s pring a sup
pritse. W itry ann taltal 1l
thatI crytelaIet n
TobacoCiasad igrte
Watch the Window
RL. E. JOLLY'S
308yohSo aeSre

CLASS GAMES OF YESTERDAIY
RESULT IN TWO 0-0 TI ES
Neither class game resulted in a dic-
cisiony(esterday, both ending in o to o
scores. Tihe tying up of the games de-
lays the fatal contest one day. The
fresht-soiph engineer contest trill take
place 'Nonday atnd the fresh-soplt lit
gam stwsill hse played off Tuesday. Thte
gittes selds for today are : freshs
laws'vss. jttnior laws, and thte postponed
setsior-jtstiotr engineer goose of last
WVednsestday.
'T'escfress ai'nsphengineers bsttiled
lt a o atsst o tie. Thte conitest was ts 2
prettiest playetd of thsefotte games stagetd
dusritng thse patt toslay's.
Ttheflrst kick-soff to Mlartiis, thse freshs--
niet 's righst salt.,isetted thse first-year
bidsge'-busilser'ssbosut fifty yards. Thse
solsadeasir hst lownsonly twtice is)
this salf.,(once ott a tortward past. A
battle of psssts took uptthste greater pact
of thse gasss, in whlich thse freshnten
carriesd sff thse sonsows, Blending aver-
aginsg closs to ffty- yards ott earls kick.
'lesceonsdsalf swas a reprodutseions of
lie first. Thse scspsts atteimptedl twics'
to store frssissplaseessent. IDarkiness
casllesd asalt tss thls aying sortly be-
!')e 'the -restsirs'dltiss.
'Ts' lineup:t
Stl.' (of. Fresh (o).
i ikssd....D .......iggs
ieiit.......I.G ....iDensmick
l yke ... .. ..C. ....... Kysser
l vist sssssss R.s G .. ..Blenisdhg
cgc.... R . . . ..Bretitosi
'l.lla .ssss.s .E......Caimpbell
'o tle. ... . .. . . .. . Kansler
.iaeis.......Martiss
:tcager ....... . 1-1. lertranssl
l.issslicsssss .... Q. I), . . M elotrnc
Referee. PIticsk siumpire, Davis:
ixi ls insman, Ft5.I'orslsell: time sof halves.
'Iss scc-.lI-sojsls lit gamtse vas devoisd
(f sc tllrl ply, straighst fssotialtlabe-
i.1" rsponssiblie for stearly slt gains.
Paliner,5 sstsls quarter, playedI in goosd
isam Btlh teas we are weak in' get-1
t~garounsd essd, bstthit thlse sharsd
Ill ssoccasions. 'tlisegasisetwas callesd
(rybcause of dlarknsess, swithte
1111in possession of t ts'he all(teirsst
OW11-adlisse. T'Ilisseus' ere:c

A1)VERTISt( .I) LI''I; S.'
AisisArbssr, Michs..(Oet. 2319s/e7'
AlletisisS 1I, :iker.NI r J'mssss-sCissts-
hell Wailter!NI4.Conwviy \isssLeI 15
Colr C. JEatos i Nss CAgns I,(Gesdscs
Mrs Cliftonsis li nstI C, Ill t Nit(
Gs Johsnt NI iJohnis Jacson s Les.
ltesalN Ir e)Fr~l Isics sichaelNi
Hlattie, Sl-ausghter 1Ret I) S."Sesitn
Msiss.Luls, Sauidsis sJesse '-tauesr It
WiiaimstLStils0o1nIXrANTyo
Miss RlsnceeTussiser Mr RalpisN-Week'
Albert CL, setuzmsller Ms Dak
NWtittle Mis sLt N,N Wsitives Nr Is11,
VWatkis \i (Nism, WidssorAis's.Csnns
P, WV'rn etNists(sertrtisdse,'Waswsltsh~s
Miss MaNl a lkeIrNi 1, c il\t,-Nalker
Mr L VWNss~ Wevr\aly C, Nest Ns
BarryNWallas Nh NN1-B
Denps- Bartl.tt 'sisssscetliBlassi
enhorsi lMiss Rssse, Coviteast A~r Joseph,
Davis Mrs J T'. ileystiek &- Cansfielsd.
O'Neill MNichlss, Sssthl casndINaltec J.
Vereceke MrcGeosrge.
Foreigns-Barrett.Ale (Villiams. Wil-
son A N, Wilkin~sons F"ansists A
Ret. D.L. .0-D~tisnIM(.a), Perr
NN. It.(G. Prettymsass . i.A
LOSTl-A. Sigma Chs it inasoNCatier-'
isainfoutains sets. 1l'i1ssisrecets Ilts
Sigisa Chi hsosuse.
lFORl RENA-At 71 2 1Csst Cots St.
sear State, twoo large roots, itsussites
osr single; waecitlights-siandlheaie;sep-
araste bse.ds if pre'ferre's Call ssocrn-
Bannsier-Mlicigan 1tts latssc' -ilts e
coerCeS Calvs, as (li- Issss'ii''', 33' S.
Statte St. 28-331
RemsinsgtsossandslSssiiisPri'e tyst pe's
wsriiers tsar renst t"Srase.i' Npsli 311
'llsoisssoss St. 521--
FOR REN'I-'lteo large hsouses stuit-
able for rltibhouises. George J. tHaller
R oC., real estate anisn suranee, 2s6
S. Mai. tf
If you scant the best fossntain pestits
the city, go to Csshing's, 336f Sosstk
State street. tf
Bastes.' orchsestra fosr dathsts'andbn
qes .etc.tcl honise115 ..I-(C).Bates,.
lansger at20a2
A sets Squsirreil PostcasrdiatI i'
Lllst i's. 332 5 .Statte St.a
Manlsltin asnclgustasr plyetrsswil alke
dleligttitslookitng osverts'e(Gibsons,NWash-
Iun MssAartins aisslNegas isnes at Roo~t's.
lPd itsstrumseints takst ten nexchange, asnd
easy paymsentss arransged. t-

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!ooa-rah! NMichigan! Michigan! rahl! rahl! rah!
College Brand~ Clothes were first made
tsr New Yorkers-both tonand oat of Cot-
let'e-snow att toant men with New York/
tastes atewearing themi. Extremoloinot(
ands style-thsey retteet New York's ex-
aeting standards. Quality the
iihest erer attained--anti yet
[I~~hI. - modstrate lit prisee,-rii

A FULL LINE OF FALL FURNISHINGS, HATS, CAPS
AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING.
STAEBLER & WIJUERTII
211 S. MAIN ST.
Walk= Over Shoes
Ment and Womren
Special Styles for College Wear
Tlis seasotn weare showing an ununsually large assortmsent
of Cuatom-Made Footwear. See Window Display for a Com-
plete Line of Fall and Winter Oxfords.
We are showing some especially itew
styles in Birown Cordovan, Blucher cue,
three soles to heel, and a heavy brass
eyelet antI large cuff reinforcinzg the lop.
Also a large assortmtent of hlack atnd
tan leather in celebrated French Calf
Skins, in Button, Blucher, plalin Lace
ansd Strap and Buckle effects. If not
rt acquainted with one lahel ask youtr
friend host they wear.
Prices, $6.00, $5.00, $4.00, $3.S0
WALK - OVER SHOE CO.
115 SOUTH MAIN ST.

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t'ill iardtl...

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...MLeant
... . . Jones
... . . . oodl
... .. . Scott
.....Heitschs
.....nderont
...Palmier
Du -lssesseug
...RI. Andisersson
.Is... .D l

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MRS. J IR. TROJANOWSI I cit silsstn altt'Mrgttn.
FASHIONABLE HAIRDRESSER-
Pouhosswtisl We lhaveethse test al-
Hlair(osods, Ilairdressing, S.hamnposing
Manicuring, Face Mnstage a Specialty. ] s i-sletdltroo ti i t'estate. TrY e m cs.
S2. State t. (Up^i ails) BelPhonne s359 ttttt111.. ;311,l~avardSt. t

Two dollars insusst yost against all Hairt Sclhaffnerk Marx
loss by fire. Geo. J. i-aller & Co.. ~S IUL
Real Estate ands Insurante, 216f Sousth ALLI WOOL
Main street, tt
Nand hammered jewelry at Fnsles s.C I '' I N GCoher

_BANKS
THE FARMEtRS AND MECUHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HIURON STRETSO1
Capital, $5,0t0tIturpltus and Proitst, $65,00t
General Banking tiasinesst 3 iercent pids
os Time and Savings Depo5sits. Safety Ic-E
posit Bases to rent at $2.00 and uite.arda "
tR. KseMr, Pees. W. 0. STnVItOSt. Yice-T'res
h. H. BELSER, Cask. BJ A. WiILIAMS Asstt
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank1
Captal stock. $50,000. Surplus. $200,0000
Rtesoarces, $2,2000
bA Geeral Banking Business Transacted
Oricasa Chas. E. Hiscock. Fret.; W. D.
Harriman, Vice Fees.: M. Ji. Fritz. Caskiee
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. J. Booth Jno. V. Sheehan
Win. Arnold Or. V. C. Vaughan
Js. H. Wade . F. Milts
John Starer Jnto. Kock
Peaf. H. S. Carhart Henry W.' Dougalas
Cthristan Martin Dlan F. ismmermatn
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Oat ANNa ARuBOR, MICHt.
t. It. KINNE, IIARiiiSCIN SOUL,1
Prees. vise-prses.
S. Wt. CLAttkStN. Castier.
Capital, $00,000. Stirpluss anst Pi'its. 150,000,0U.

NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR
Sui~t,Overcoator
Cravenettea
We are showing the right style at the right time
See oulr Hats and Spalding Sweaters
WADHAMS CO.
FHashiorl store 121-1235S. Main St.

SEE
The Palais Royal
209 E. Liberty St.
For the Latest Disigus fit
V. offM.
PILLOWS
AN'D
BANNERS
ALSO
Banners ot Other Colleges
Cozy Corner Furnishings
in Japanese and Indian Goods
Everything in Bric-a-Brac.

German American Savings Bank 0. atn FNRLTmcn.gta
DIRECTOR.
Commrc~l as~d Office 20$ S. 4th Ave. Phone 98. Patent [eather BelIts mae ith H t Lun
Savlrags Residence 302 S.5th Ave. Phone 314 match yoar skirt or blouse, g~c. aSend utoi A ttt',385 tt
piece of the dress gmods when sendinge srdet-. ________________
Co... MaIn ansd Liberty Streetsj AMBULANCE 01 CALL THE BELTCRAFT CO.. BOSTON, MASS.,

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