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November 06, 1907 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1907-11-06

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HZMICHfQAN !A~TLY

COLLEGE STILES'
Where will you find style at its top-most
pitch? In the great universities, to he sure.
The college yonth knows fashion as the
small boy knows the farthest corner of the
jam closet.
"College Clothes" is a phrase which fallsr
trippingly from scores of tonues. Mans
tailors claim them-mighty fcw produce
them.
We invite you to 'size' us up --your
judgment will do the rest.,
Autumn and Winter woolens ready in
the freshest weaves, and "classiest" colorings. Perfect tailoring at
moderate prices--that's ours.

U NIVERSITY NOTICES
Senor lit-. ij" around senior beanch
T hursday at 7 p. mi.
laiidtmeet at McMiliao I -alt tonight
at° ; :30. livcryhoth out. Fischcr.
S'osh enginer smokcr, .Nichols' halt,
Enriday evenitng at 81;tickets, 25 centt".
;socioogy clut ects todtay at 5 pi. ini.
ins Tapatn Halsiletctttreroit. Ttose
deiritng to beconte mnieirsarcetirgedt
to attentd.
Ireshlawucass itaitager ruleswie
mst finishi game tontight. Fieeminiutes
s i.it, to b litayct. Cause at 4 :30.
Riley, Mgr.
Nflectitg of attlliniont ticket-setters to-
iday at > p. it. in RoomsC. Uiietrsity
tall1.. It s iinosrtansttint severy- sit
eittier he itece itpersout or scntthis- rc-

HNRY (QCpO
TAILORE ST1I High Class VR IH S Mecads
HATTERS IUoYL Popular Prices
Latest Styles-Regal Shoes--See Our $5 Boot
Directly North of Law Buidling
709-711 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE
THE PICK'WICK
Billiard and Bowling Parlor
E~ver-ything of the best and the b-fur lyi ot.ineatdine
of Pipes, Cigars, Tobaceeos asid (Canites. Geu the habit.
Fotirteen howlingO tielsets for $1.lift
S. RKotternsteiri
Bell Phone 176. 707 N. University. Ave.
Prioestloy's C Pravonttes
JUST RECEIVED) A NEW LINE
FRED W. GROSS
Liberty St.. Cor. Fourth Ave. Ann Arbor

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Merchant

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Tailors l part. McCandless. Chairman.

118 E. Liberty St.

J. KARL MALCOLM. Prop.

AMU5EMENTS
The Majestic Theatre
Located on Maynard street, opposite the School of Music,
is fast nearing completion and when completed will be
one of the most attractive play houses in the state. The
management will present to the patrons of the theatre
ADVANCED VAUDEVILLE
and it is the desire to have only first-class attractions.
The booking contract for the year has been given to
Kaw & Erlanger which should inspire confidence in the
general public. This space has been contractedfor by
the management for the year and it is our desire to notify
the public from time to time as to the advancement of
the theatre.
119 E. LIBERTY ST.
Theat lli fl Ann Ambin-s Pioneer Moing Picture Theatre
iiu~twii New Shows each Tuesday, Thurs-
day and Saturday.
Continuous Perormance, 2 to 10 p. m. JOE GILLARD, Prop.
COME ON BOYS
YPSILANTI OPERA HOUSE
Tues. Nov. 5 and Wed. Nov. 6
Two jolly joyous evenings
Bla ck Crook Jr.I
SBurlesquers
Twenty Show Girs-Twenty Song Hits
Prices $1.00, 75cn 50c v.xnd 25c
Adance Sae toot A. M. Tuesdy. at Stasbry'trg Sinre, Phoe Ypsilanti 8i
G~t f n PROIPT COLLECTIONS ANO
QIK REURNS.
GtSatisfaction EUGENE ESMITH
THE STUDENTS' LAUNDRYMAN
Agent WITTEMS' LAVNDKY Se~girawn Mch.
OFICE 6tt East William Street. Home Phone 72 Back
LAW BOOKS
5tU year Dltooare 36tH year
Ins Quiz Books teIna
Anna Arbor Legal Miscellany Aan Arbor

P ENNSY SEAT S,;\L',
WILL BEIIN TOIDAY
(Continued from preceding page.)
III) to helpt gteaniail thiti niformattiomn
po ssiblte.
'elii is ginig to mnake ani awful ef-
fort to beat Michigant this sceison, as
ili theaove statemsicit shows. for it is set-
fton that a. teamii sill senitwotsitcoaches
00 )otiles ts see aotaher teairs at stuck
sinless tse feelinig sersvictory is sery
beent:'

tP cifie coast for a gamsue ithtilaiind I "
Siitafridis slilt adtecamt, altttoutgtia
possibflity . Ifitict igamsticbts Peiini te- Will snon Is'Itseesi
ci-iis clte trip unsyticeiimide, althouigth
it vretsm negotiationt ssae besetu-neci. I.". A.
comts
.itniEspeirainto ctubss i bseisiini srgan- Pumspkin favors, -f iwk IHorner IP
i-id sit Cornellt iithian initiatlcmemberi-- hephistoes. appri-sp-ate napkins.
\is-.C orgia ttigsill-Imuse csiuedther
psitolassiol-is-t :a5tiheltiatoriuii.
iii- cectshotwsis: hter swhll:eee is
bee rii it5li iapps iiiited yiilel s~asi. -
1CS--et htl Pes' -.l.rtr: to sf20 I,. Mioro. ;738W -akrLcyC vefuti
pen.- Fitistr pless-rsturti to 214 Soitht
t.iltviin-treet. Ris-ird. 37-38
Wintte r isnierweair--unioiin sitlits frint QUARTER SIZE COLLAR
$i.oio $s.oo. (Wagneir & Cio.,State St. - tisuT n. 'Et5 Y& ir
Maoke s ti .:t nt oarh Shts
Siglsifthbits t wht-iltes-hsoses. 37-41

itild it itill fsitsyo5to5wet
WEBB'S
'ies. Mhits icaii l ,hio-ts, Witceis and
dot-li-- etc.
M*%,.'zt Street
Carriage and Baggage
1 'ssechs coupltoi.,inittfrotiipoetics.
tit'price witllibi-$2.00.
Forttch iTriuntos. or fti-dooith
psricet]is ie25 Cents. It eatrieitot
or tini:mit«p-siairs, sthe priaie will 5b-
50 Cents.
Drisvesare ri-neireydtioicoi-it escasht
st-. ii-. STAR
si17's-it'i.iEtstYt.

ilatuitotit stndhguitar pinsyers usill tale
deilighit in lig o viser te Gibson. WXash-- C - ~ A
1(old instrsumenst sent otteschtainge, andi
eassy payimecnts arratuged. if
--Suapplied to College Men arnd
htand hammered jewelry at rosters. ' om ern for All P ar-poses-W-'
o yosttibowlt'We tuave te best at-
lets sand roomisitthsiate.it t. Irv them. W S ~ NA I HT & P WE O
Stusstut Bros., 3i11 \IaynaardlSt. if A TE W LI H & PO R
___- - 2OO Ea st We, shington, Street
If you waist the hest foautain pen in
te city, go 10 'Cushing's. 336 South ___________________________________
state street. tf FNREE [OR DAILY ADV[RTISING RAES
Intohie StIICHtAN HIANDIBOOK giren Addrtess Biusness Manager Nit
(yin susits and shoeas. Wagnser & Co., students by the University V. Mt. 0. A. siitt te
StteS Sgu ifth ui wtlcs otuned over fifty poges at intormattute about tress Bildtiing
;hteSt Sgnofth bg hie ho.timetiniversity. oreihundred and tarty-six ___
37.41 ptes and New Stop.
______________________ Call .t0 McMILLAN HALL and ask tor a Suscriptions takien ihs:ita'ieek. drattost
Poytrait frames at .Foster's. tf HNBO.itnt iitc
Two dollars insures you against all
loss by.- fire. Geo. J. Hailer & Co.,
Real Estate and Insurance, 2V6 South
Maimistree. e~ FLAT-CLASP GARTERS
Aii late hooks for remit at Foster's. tf hove long been the standard 25 cent garter. 'Tle patemned flat clasp
_________ Onttiona prevents chafing, binding and cathing ini the elotbing. The Brightost
Tr_____-SadeMark Flat Clasp Garter is as flat as your baud. Wornub men woape
ePyrograpby goods at Foster's. 51 ciate comfort and neatness. Made of pure silk elastic n-ebbing. All
metal parts of brass-heavily nickeled. 25 cents a pair, all dealers or by
Posit is a popular ganme with mail prepaid. For meni who prefer a curd garter, we have perf~cted
it s. Five tables of bestTd f T T TI
makes, alo n load..d. ' ~ . ~ B 5 u
al non lo, n C = R every accommodatiomn ho BRIGHTON GARTERS
suit- While they are quickly and easily detached, yet they have the
fsion Bros.. firmest grip of all cord garters. The flesible rubber diamond
4 tsa S. State St. grips with a hull dog tenacity. No wear or tear of the socks.
Can't spring loose or become accidentally detached. Made of
finest quality webbing ; all metal parts heavily tnickel plated -
MOE'S BARBER SHOPbas25an50 a pair, all dealers or by mail, prepaid. -.
PIONER USPEDERCO.. 718 Market St., Philadelphta.
705 North Uanveraity Ave. Mates of Ptoseer Suspemders.
O. A.MOE.

CALLAGH AN ft CO.
CHICAGO
Amma Arbor Bransoh, State Street. Oppositto Law Bldf.

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