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October 27, 1907 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1907-10-27

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... 'THE' ![CICHIANDAIL Y

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Sam Burchfleld's
Fine Tailoring
Trade
Can
Deliver
The
Goods
Sam Burcihfieki
I&C 1 0 6
& ao EAST HURON ST.
Do youwant$2.7O
for $1.00?
Call at our store and learn the
ppa ticulars of the Sanitol Chemical
Company's great introductory
offer, the greatest offer ever made
in toilet preparations.
Ten articles for the price of 4
ISILOWN'S DRUVG STORE
120 E. Librty t.
ALAI~rl CLOCKS
$.00 $1.50 $1.75
All the best makes and fully guaranteed.
MICHMGAN PINS AND FOBS
25c UP' to $5.00
FINE WATCH REPAIRING
A SPECIALTY.
Watnh Inapecortor the Ann Arbor Railroad
4. L. CHAPMAN
206 S. MAIN ST.
Branch 304S. State St.
The Reason Why
Ia going to spring a sup-
pajan, with nmy annualfall sale
of''Pipes is t covince ynu,
that I carry h larestand
most Complet line of Pipe,
Tobaeco . grirsanti Cigarettes
in liar City
Watch the Window
R. E. JOLLY'S
l30S South Sate Street
MRS. J. R. IROJANOWSKI
FASHIONABLE HAIRDRESSER
Hir Goodo. Hairdreaaing, Shampooing
Manicuring, Face Masage a Specialty.
3222S. Stat St. (Up Stal' S ell Ponea26
BANKS
TflE FARMRS AND MECANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Capital. $0.00,Srplusannd Proitts.$65,00t0
General Basing Buiness. pecent paid.
os Time and Savings Deposits. Safety De-
posit Bates t rent at $2.011 and upwards
R. Kaxr, Prs. W. C. Sacavso. Vice-ran 1
F. . Bo1.os. Cash. H. A. WILIAS Ass
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital stock, 150,000. Surplus, 1200,000
Resources, 9,200,00
A General Banking Bsines Tranaced
OuwocoosaChas. K. Blscock, re.a W. D.
Harimsan, Vice Pres.:a . J. Frit. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
DIButTORta
W. J. Booth Jno. V. Sheeha
Wm. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughan
Ja. . Wade . F. Miul
John Bsarer Jno. Koch
Fro. . S. Carhart enry W. Douglas
Christian Martin Dan F. Zimmerman

FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OFt ANN ARBOR, MICH.
E. D. KINNE, HARRtISON SOULE,
Pres. ice-Pres.
S. W. O.LARKSON, Casier.
Capital, $140,000. Surplus and Frofits, ยง150,000
German. American Savings Bank
Corsmrohl eimad
8a.v~rns
Cor.. Ms.ns atnd L61nanty streasta

MICHIGAN CONQUERS
OHIO IN GREAT GAME
(C-ontinued irom Page Two.)
2 :23 and was greeted by enthosiastic
cheers from botha bleachers. Thaey were
followed almost immediately by h'osts
mena, wiao rapidly lined op for prelimin-
ary signsal practice while the band offered
"Thae Victors." Captain Schory won Ike
tass anad chose Io defend the east goal,
giving han iarth atadanlage of a brisk
wind wehich was blowing from thae souath-
east. Graamaaopenedtihlarcerenmonies
by kickiaag off to Barrington at exactly
2:35. Olhio was intmediately forced to
pont, anad Miclaigana, finding the Ohio
defense stronag, also kicked. For nmore
titan fifteaaniminutes of thae first hsalf
Micthigoanseas uniable to come close to
scoring. IHou-es-er, us the period swas
drawiaag in a close, Michigana secured
the halt inaOhaio territory. Gains by
Magoffinanaid Loell carried the ball to
liar 25-yard lite, where grahan tried
at goali frona fielti. Kickiiag at ana angle,
witia tae winud, Ocry mssaed ontheia at-
teapt by a scant tweo yardis, and Bar-
rinagtonakicked nut from lis Oss' 25-yard
linae. Hammond rettarned the kick 15
yards. Then on a fake pont on which
'Hammnad made a long forward pass to
Rhaeinschaild, M.\ichigan gained 30 yards
anad placed liar bail on Ohaio's la-yard
line. Wasnataad called for Loell off ceta-
tcr anad the ftullback, shtootinag the yawn-
ing chasm nmade by Schulz and Grahtam,
plunaged 12 yards for the first touch-
dossn of liar gamne, and the only score
of the haalf. Grahan kickead goal. Mich-
igasa, 6; Ohaio State, o.
Ohaio tril stbborntly doting the re-
maainadir of liar half, anad Mlichaigan iaad
ittlechcancer to score.
Shiortly after thac kickoff at Ike ela-
giaatjiag of thae sconad half, Magofflia got
atray for iis specctauar runaafaortbuct-
downa. Grahama missed goal. Michai-
gan, iti; State, o. Ther on-side kirk nett-
eal Michaigan her naext toucihdossn. I-faaa-
sasold recos-ered a shtort kick in Oio's
teeritory aaad Rheinaschaildi wenat over foar
ltar third touchdeos-n, carrying the ball
i2 yards in two successive plays. Thar
finaal score of the ganae came wean, after
'Allerdicer had made 2o yards by thae tse
oaf the forwarad pass, Wasmunad snapped
ltar laall to Casey. Bryce swas in the
tray, blatha allb ounadetd halo Rheins-
chilsi's ssaitinag arnas, andtihia big tackle
lotwed itae test of the distance for a
toauchdowna. Ailerdice kicked the goal.
Faollow-ing the tarxt kickoff, Mchigan
tare rapidly ndossn thaefield, ansi tad liar
laal oan Ohio's 4-yard line whenatliame
tvats called.
Tlae linaeup:
\licitigan-a. Ohaio State-no.
Rumaneay-Witmire L. E. ....Cafliat
Carry. I,.... . T...McAllister
Fitlalas ....L. G. ...Schachtel
Schlzl.......C. ....Ciaggt
(Gtrahtamat.....R. G. ..Thaoaisoa-
' Van Buskirk

Rbiarnselail 'I. .RK .. 'I Statlnacat tre .
IIiatnaoaad. . .. . . ...it.B y e
iWaasm-tnat.. Q...Brigo
SJiagtffiaa(Clapt.) -
Leher..... I.,f.......Iers
Doauglas-Sullivaa K. If Sa taras((Cat. at *
Locit-Allerdier F. :. ..Gbo
Toocladlown-Loell, lagoflaa Rlataaa-
Child (a). Gasa. faroma touachdota --a
Gtaliaam. Alerdie. Rafteaeat Mcar-' ( U o .Hrrh 51h!Horh!Bor
tack. lDartaaaoaatla. ( i. tt -ttt oaltal t oto rtatMihian!et Mihilant raht raht rah!
Frittertota. Heiad l iiasniaaa lglas 'a
anda J. 'Tinae of lmalvcs-3;; atatantales. l -1

SUCKERS MAKE ANll3i'If)L
PLANS; WILSOSN, ItRESi IlENT
Os-ct fifty enatusiastic Iltliasara l-
denats tauraaedoaat foarthat-electiona of
officers of liar trairie state clutat, hlda
yestetrday afternaoona. Flatas tot rerr
ganizaationa werte discuassedandaat a caoa-
amittee, conasistiaagtof WX. I). F1rerta argcr.
Saam Spitzer atata C. D. Xltt pla', a p- a~
poiataeadato rafat asanstiltatiaotaatoce
TPi'. a n araagementaa f soci ttaal fatat iar-
seats eaatusted lat lataahassorat tat
commait'e foar twhicha C. C. litataktsca
burag, IP. GosrdoasalC. 'WilliramandatatIt.
P. Lighat werer chasca. Officers farte
year were eletidasfolltows: ares.
idenat,'iR. H. Wilsona; vace-ptresidenat, .
D. Freylsrrgcr ; secretrary, I. G. IR.
Wiliamas;treasaurerSramaaSitzer.
Thae aeat meaeting is set fast Nars. a.
switha liarpossibtility rof a ts tacl saker
the salir veevaiang. 'AlltIllinis en
shsotauldtarnounet,
FOR RfENT-:-1t 1033 F~ast Unaaer-
ally avenuea, one auiat aridroaae targe
sinagterom oertotattasittoacuse, atell ligtedr
and hateaicrerya daesiratate.Picasrerat
sonaale.'icyt
lFOf RENT-At 7.12 1UrstAntss ,t.
naS t Sate, twn larratctatmas, ilsa iesasc
or single ;selt tightled satad iheatedstep-
aatecbat-l-.if pretfere-d. Cl.ttatrct
iogs. 2f-30t
Gerrmnaaaor Fretacha asoardinla btstorf
teta satwits-ise persons, int privastertooms
cana se itakeuas ta 22(ttSoutasth hacaa itrlt
phoansc333. -et
See our complete late of Michigan
laias, fobs and souveenirs. Iller's
jeswelry Store, a2f6 S. Mainasreret. ncat
Celebrated Mtartiti iMaandolinas andt
Goitars are best fora amasicral cttats. a
Schaeberle & Son, z1o0 5. _1\alnta.Sicas
FINE CHICKEN SUPPERS.
Speciral atetion giveno1 private
prties at liar Cliftona Houase,VWhittmore
Lake. We eater to danciaag, yaschtitng,
skating, ice-boating, aaad siaiper parties.
Sprinag chickena alwaysseredawsen otr-
dered at regular nmeals tar for sipecial
parties. Mt. anad Mrs. Jas. E. Biurkae,
Proprietors. coal
A near Squtirrel Pastsctard at is
Lovelli',332 5S.lSate St. of-33

(CtlltaesBanalClothisrwereflest maud,
i cre NaseYorklerstinlsandloutaoafCoU-
at-(.a- stwate l55young maenawitia New Yotrka
rustesrznrarearrinagIttarm. Etreme in cat(
ataim ly st ac---hy rfecat Near Yasei's exs-
atsang statasaarads. (Satiy tite
higherst aeerattaiorel atri yet
assasatarala' in Prie,

A FULL LINE OF FALL FURNISHINGS, HATS, CAPS
AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING.
STAE""BLER & WII E RTH"
211 S. MAIN ST.
WAalk=Over Shoes
Merv and Womren
Special Styles for College Wear
1'tts6-s s >alt 5WO5tre.shotwirng 011 lunusually large assrsrtaaa-i
of Custom--Made Footwear. See Window Display fra scorn-y
plete Lin of Fall and Winter Oxfords.
Win are shlowingsomte eispeciaily I e
styles in Birown Cordlovan, Bluchier -tat,
liar esoles 1tolaeel, anndaaineasybtas;
eyelet.anat largce cuff reliforcinth tole,
Alsora large assortmbent of black tarai
tall leather ill celebrated tP-itt-It 5ar
Skinas, ita Butitn, Bltucher, Iplainla, a
atid Strap and fBackle effects, Ii n-ti
ttecruainatedl witha our lablr ask yasur
-friend hose they wear,
Prices, $6.00, $5.00, $4.00, $3.5o1
WALK - OVER SHOE CO.
i15 SOUTH MAIN ST.
Hart, Schaffer & Marx ALW O
CLO HI G The Glothier.

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NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR
Suit, Overcoat or
Cravenette
We are showing the right style at the right time
See oar Hats and Spalding Sweaters
W ADHAMS (Q CO.
Fashiofl% Store 121-123 S. Main St.

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The Palais Royal
209 E. Liberty St.
For tihe Latest Disignsit
PILLOW S
AND
BANNERS
ALSO
Banners of Other Colleges
Cozy Corner Furlaishings
in Japanese and Inadiana Goods
Everything in Eric-a-Brae.

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O M I artin- D IRETRCO ~
Office 209S. 4th Ave. Phone 98. Patent Leather Belts made whveI. Hot Lfuncbh
Resdene 32 S fiahAve Phne 14mateh your skirt or blouse, ie. Send us a At Tattls's. 338 S. Stat.
fLILC OCLL piece of She dress goods when sending order. ________________
ARSUANC 01 ALL THE .8ELTCSAFT CO.. BOSTON, MASS

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