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Michigan Daily, 1907-11-01

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?JR2 MXCRIOEAV WOATLY

G. Ii Wild COffpaly
Tier Largest iStock
in the City
Exclusive Styles in
WO OLENS
Far Gentlemfen's Wear
iEvery thing required for Suits,
Overcoats, Fancy N ettgs, and
Trouserings and of hgh class
fabrics. and special stylis
Full Dress Suits a
Specialty
G. H. Wild Coupany
3t South State Street
Get a.
Good
Sweater
Vest
andsyouiswon't mid those
cild wins dhaliotare tbe
inning to make themn
-eie felt already. We
sac the famsos Spald
iugisake ii iwo aweights
soid several colr oihi
nations the prices. are
$4.50 to $6.00
AT
Sheelhan & Co.
Student Bookstores
A. G.
° t SPALDING ~~
( N~ & BROS. 'C'^f
The Lages Manufacturers in the World
of Official Athletic Supplies
Base Bal, Foot Ball, Golf, Lawn
Tennis, Basket Ball, Hockey
Oticiat Impements for Track and Field Sports
Unioross tr all Sports. Spdn's Hantsomer
Ilustated Cataogu nt al sports contains no-
meroeisueestins. Sndtnorit.-t'sre.
A. ti. SPALOINO & BROS.
New fr. hcmiagS. 55.Lsai, San Francsi-si
Aiiissca pois,.Detesi-.tnlai. Syracuse. Pils
tirg. Philadipia ostosniCininati. ati
su re Wasiiisetsss. iassas "'Y' lcel and.
New Oriseoti,. Del nt, Msonral Canada.

THlE MICfl1IAN- DAILY.
Managfiig iIsdf-ir-PI ISeOWerMwVR'i.
Butsiness Mnge--C . Wtess-ivst.
News ..............A. F. Richie
Athletics....William F. Gradolph
Sporting ....Clarence . Eldridge
Exchange..,..l_. . ,John Wambold'
Music and Drama.....Roy . \Vcls
Women's Editor.. . Iosise Van \Voorhis
DTOnItAt 5STAF
J. W. McCandless Elmer C. Adams
John F. Wure Robert H. Clncy
NIHT OTIOS
Hiram S. Cody George H. Hobart
Chauncey Bsucher B. G. R. Williams
iRPORS
L. C. Reid Lee TA White
Raymond Vissher M. B. McHgh
A. L. Itainline Robert Monntsier
ta-ill J. Carr Donald L. Kines-
J. f. Prescott ,
BUSINESS STAFF
John F. AWur Carl H Adam
H arold P. Goli
Address: MCtttANx DAMtt , Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street.
Manager's Hours: 1- p. i., 7-S P. m.
daily, except Snday Both phones
96M
FRDAY, NOVEMBE1TR . 1907.
is-are gldtose cvihast several of
le siaticlus-hlt.has- eiiirdi-itosliacte
sot illsrlaionsito lthe(enterainen
of ii sios rfoiiitheir resecie ssses.
i s ll as le avsncemseti of a msore
real 'ocial life amoniiig lesIer.. Asse
aruede rcetl, ther'is a deliiite ass'
eiraleielduo aifvelsipi'ssfr these
chle, i isse smesmbers src sillig 1o
'i tiorl andlte valneios tifrumorgania-
lion cannosltsciibe coilsiered tso serioslylf.
Thei Indlsussitn dOhioseasire prinsisg
thiri riigti ito iexisnc as. tilomposie
nit; iinsd iisIitoibe hoped ithstithe
sihr, ill lfolloiw sihessoppot usity is
afrd.Iths sseen il sdvis-dltihati mem-
hersipt lssuchailor"aniaionsi'belplaces1
upn ompiive bs asis assilno01 thsowns
opsnto lssWIss ssould avasil themlslvs
isislubpivileges'ise stggesionsshas
iii tocosmendsitsustssipresnts si
cosiselelsnunsbeesf iff(ilclies. Is
cisilisinot lbe it ini'ed off-hand, hiss
leserv s hiishoghti <-f ithose ieensed
intis plemliio f setionasl cossilssa
'. . c . To i elsr eGe. esse
.-sag pIriy for ll the mess ofI thi
Univsitycsswsill bl ienhes at Meslillasi
iI il i a Sssionigt. 't'his is she f(ess
of asiels. s iof eesiimssicigives hy
le social css'ssiitlse sof the V. --I.('. A.
thiissrlnda sscil progamni if lii-
sic In ohsr featies sill ie giessiss
le auitlioium. EFlloingssthlis there
W-ill le -cereal ttsllsise esrissesicur
te i nes, siand sse efressssns fitisg
for le icasios..altUiversiy xiii
dentssase invited
A11lle books furrent st Foste's. f

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Intercollegiate Notes.
Sixte pee cesnt of itis year's cntering
lasastIrownssuniversity ae regis
tercid forengineering courses.
'Fihe esitorial columsssoifsiineary all
ish- colirge Ipaper conaisn apteals 1o
heir sissientsbhases tsite newtstfoot-
lsl sonsgs.
'Vlsctinstres of \Willissms college are
eonsiduering a pIlanstoii la slarge stiw
dorsiisry, isswhiuels s stetseating
hsosseill e siiaes.
'The Cerle tFascais of tarvsard swill
lresenti risgiire" early isaDecemnber,
li-sd hasiasleadyseoleeted itecestsi. ch-si
Rowinsg pracice st Clsnbis is pro-
gressinsg seadily (Oni ilisiay ter
sere ihreevasiteis ightss, iwo fresiman
eightlsusand aifreshmlisilisix n thellu hd-
Thle smesnbe lIsofte Detsher vereiss
iii Ciolumsiauhivssisersiy arctplaissing o
take pasrinisathe pasradce ii hosorof the
ussveiinsg f the monuislmetl to te oted
GsersiassCisiiwsessetseras, Geseral
ttranzSigel.
SWAR'1'I.ItRE MA."Y REUSE
MItL~L~IN DOLLAXR LEGACY5
'Thse bssaedl of maiages cii Sarh-
sMsse c-osllegehisisnsot yet seciseiwiethrler
it sill scep he esics coal lasilwsillest
iii he eollege wills the cisidiioss that
all iserollegisse ahlei sesdroppe.
T'lse persosn whsio iassde tilsisstrnsge te-
ijuexs as he ltie Asina T. eaies, an
ecenssrie Quakeress of Piladeltshia.
Acomittssiee has beess appsisted to
ascertinistheexctesvalueof the Iprop-
erils 'Isls(ssds srs coisiseredi to be
ssijeils$i ooo~ooo. hitns msy snespapers
ave placed le valie as high as $,0,
ooo. liesidentSain-is o(f heiopisiost
stal he legacy sili be refused,
'rCnsivesity of Pesnsylvasisinc
dielinicil Syooso (irisrei by iss Jeases
oss mhesamisiscossiitiois, althosgs iswss
balsininsscmilof mnesss,
The tUnmisersiy iif Virgisias is now
retisig a newsdisisg halswhici iill
acesa seating capacitiy of 25. A mod-
ens csatrie sillbeistisallet ansi te
sos-,ef's birdlwill b aoutssstwele
dollrs a lsmnth. A cafe wiltIe rism
i connsection assitmeals sill be served
st stlishosrs oflt'esav sitil 2 coel:
is, ths morn-iig.
'rhc dinsiin' roomssias Gansger's sill lc
glensfrosm 1:30 ito I1 :30. ight o ePnts
gamesi, Nov-emibe (i.'rTis is InoIe doe
a sacsimmaitste those priciptng in
thle d inemg thatmwis o eae early.
'Ihe erogram ista ssrt pomspty as 845
oirucl. 34-35
'Wie are giisg the best tossibe sales
ill suits, oercoats amd raincass at $o
$t,. $2. Alen.te Clothier. ?Mails St
34-36

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irOUAs .LEAGiU GIES5 DANC.
'Weekly dancing_ parties of the 'Wo-
stun's teagmic groisps begin today witi
aim enterrtanmsentl 5o le hestfron qto1
6i p. sm. as'Barbsor gymnasiumun sdr
the directiosn of Mary Seator adu Jo-
sephisnc Rankis.
FOroDAM, DIT s-OninR.
Carl R -.\Moore.o, forier associate
editor of Troc DALY, is visiing friendsx
ini Ansn Arbor. .Mr.7Moorc ixsone to
ceave for Oregon, iwere esill cnter
lie lumbher bisiess.
isyssVITdNS LETUEcvsmi lSisrNM'oi
Prof. Kolo's lectre o egieers.
whlichs sias schedsled for toigt, as
heens postposed ise wsek.Isuittle
givensFriday. Nosv. 7.
ADVt)\ERTtSED tETT IS.
Ann Arbor, Mich., Oc. 3. 1907.
Bowersn Mr Othver. Caiptllet Miss l',
Carter Mrs Elzabet, Caspisn Mrs N i,
tDiuagsn SMr , 1,It.zMrhi Se A,
Gec-then Alber, (filisore Mr Bite (2,
HloiggAMr 0 A,Hosard Gets F.Hat-
fiel Hiser. Johse n Mi.Vr Crey R
Johnusons Mr EG'W. arey SMr E1),
Lassresse Mr Masrk .\leCtsmslMsrh Nrs
Fesank, looressuseNIMis'. Gelrude, M-
Kenziei Mary, Meakeis J 0), 'Nichols
Mfr Frederick, Poie1Mo'.x Helen, Saeba.
Misx Esther, Seaey Monroe MI. Sabis
Miss lFrasisEe , 'Wrigts Mrs Delis,
Week'. Mr Albert, Vanm Wager Ella.
Wiley .Me Robs A.
Diros: Alhsensisger F H. Biruing-
hmuMSr B Crich M\r Jak, Csricael
S E. imnney Mr C, Hleitchs Siss Grace,
MaynardtMiss Elie MasnssMreCarex,
Fastornimo J, RaumaasmMr Carl Sot
Miss MXargaret, Saier Joe , Wets-
masa Mr Barnie.
Foreigns : H-arter Mrs Johnu. Starr F
C.
Packsg: Cools Mr Rblert.
Ret. D. I.. .: Candle IDorma, Mc-
Casll NIMiss Bessie, Wilson Animdresw.
I. G. Prettymsan, P. M.
LO( ST-Pusrse cotainig $m2 ii ill.
Fussder returns is 3I32 iavusrdut S.. samne
recessve resward. 343
Ne-w- srrivals ill Chit-sicost-sirsi
Allen-tsheClotliev, Mainm S. 3-36
A sniecsiie as 6m; Curch St5.;iverg
resasosable : steamuteIt-s: ie bahstrooms.
34-35
I uitsusre mit satisfiedl swihm osr
bosarding plac, try fle MNtonri, Sbu
CbhurchsS. Theethav a fewevacantl
seatsx 34-33
Is order his secire places isa the R. L.
Coll:S& Co. studset directory for I907-,
alt smden organizations wsthicihae sot
iready dome so, are requested to sed
Iisis of officers, address, ec. to C. T.
Clissgerford. 753 BrooklyssANe., De-
troit, ol
See our complete lie of Michigan
pins, fobs and sovenirs. Calater's
Jewelry Store, 216f S. Main street. ed
Spalding Ssweaters, face front. Wag-
ner & Co.. Stats- St. 3 I-34

This is the time of the year to
think of
Sweaters,
Foot Balls
and
Gymnasium
supplies
For years we acrae sold
Chie best umakes ini Sweaters,
(sx mnastuns supplies, oot
alls atid Sporting Goods
Everybodykowssour
prices are rtght.
Foot Balls $1.00 to $5.00
Waher's
University Bookstore
LYNDON
719 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVE
HEASDtIlARTItOsRSOR
Kodekks
Cameras
Photo
Supplies
AMETFU'RDl)FVtOtING AND
'mNTNGsh A PECIALly
IBAILEY & EDMUNDS
portin oo06
121 EAS1' LIBERTY STREET
ChafingDishes
A lineothire pint dish with
sieciumi euaneed foioddi'h and
tin improed lsam. Thush-
,est rale $6.00
WM. ARNOLD, Jewler

HEi1LUS1Y TER OT-EVEE IDJ
HE 0TJE wCf SI ~faTo
ANDx OTHER

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SINGWNGi GLASS
No student- can afford
to neglect the culturs side
of his education. To sing,
or at least to be able to
appreciate good music, is
a very desirable accomp-
lishmnent and is well
worth the efforts of every
University man.
Classes in sight and en-
semble singing have been
organized at the Univer-
sity School of Music,
under the direction of
Pred Killeen, especially
designed for University
students. Special stress
will he laid on the sing-
ing of "Michigan" songs.
Evening class Mondays
at 7 o'clock. Day classes
Tuesdays and Fridays at
4 o'clock and o'cloek.
Tuition $5.00 per semester
C. A. SINK

The Ztubents' lecture Dassociation,
Season 1907-1905
Premier Lecture Course of the West
SOUSA'S BAND Emil G. Hirsch, D.D., LL.D.
John Temple Graves Dr. Win. J. Dawsot (London)
Dr. Brander Matthews Leland T. Powers
Hon. John Barrett Opie Read
John Graham Brooks Oratorical Contest
Open Number
See "sProspectus" for Dates and Explanation of Open Number

Tickets for Entire Course - -
Ticket.. Reserved for Entire Course

$2.00
.50

S. L. A. Office, Main Corridor, University Hall
Treasure's-Hours, 4 to 6 daily, Saturday excepted.
Michigan Stale Telephone-Office, U. of M. Exchange, 68.

121 Washington Ci. RANDALL4, THE PHOTGAHR

Phone 598

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