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Michigan Daily, 1907-11-08

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r T ME ihidMYcwx 1ATLY

Sam Burchfield's
Fine Tailoring
Trade
Can
Deliver
The
*Goods
Sam Burch~field
&TC0 EAST HURON ST.
Do youv ~t$. 70
for $1.007
Call at our tore ant lean te
particulars of the Sanito1. Chemical
Company's great int;"oductory
offer, tho greatest offer easer made
In :olet preparations.
Ten articles for the price of 4
SROWN'S DILVO STORE
120OE.Liberty St.
ALARfICLOCKS
$1.00 $1.50 $1.75
All the hest.makes and fullynguaranteed.
MICHIGtAN PINS AND FO1SS
25c up to $5.00
FINE WATCH REPAIRING
A SPECIALTY.
Watch Inapectortor the Ann Arbor Railroad
J. L.. CHAPMAN
206 S. MAIN ST.
Btranch: 304 S. State St.
The Reason Wyl

SOIT E I.,,GINEER TEAM
'QUAIlFIES FOR. FINALS
The soph engineer eleven lby lefeatinlg
tile pilarmlics yesterday by a score isf 16
1to 5, won a place as one of tile contest-
allts ino tbe chanmpionshlip unterclass game.
Thse second salt of tile fresh-senior lass
gamesewhichl sas placed'uder a pro-
test, resu~ltedIill a 0 1o 0 tie.
Thle lllarllics ease their opponents an
awful scare wihen Fox picked up tile bal
oil a fumbIIle and~ crossed the enlgineers'
golal. The half enldedl 5 to o: Thse
bridge-buildlers securled thse hall on the
kick-off and carriesd thse 115a1downIthle
hield for a touchdlownithou11011o0nce los-
inlgIlls hall. ilagitsobn scored the first
touchdl~owlout n111o11 goal was kicked.
Score, 5 toI 5.
The phllarmics5' defense weakenled coal-
silieralled ws sithlinlthree mlinutes till
i0 11151 shoved Magitsollo throulgh for
a secoodc score. The goal ssas kicked.
Score, I11Ito 5.
We\ ager woentI oser for tile last toulchI-
down11 after lhe engineers lull carried the
hall for 6o yardls. Thle lineup:
'10olEng. (16). Pharmlics (5).
Whelan....L. E ..... Fox
lol'garI. I,... . T. ...lann~ow
I l idey. I.11,. (G...Alswardl
ekec ............ C...........SmoithI
Ravillons... R. G .C .. Gerrow
L,egg........... R. T. ..Van Shrite
liellalmy.. R. E. .....Ray
L~inthliclll. Q. B......Peck
1P01111.......L. IH. ....Frame
_dagilson...R. H. i....Egart
SWeager......F. B.B....Hammod
lollellclO ns-Fox, Magitsohn a, Wea-
gee. Referee--Eldridge. FUolire--
Goods~. IlIsad linlesmlall-Sctlee. Timec
-1 hls--15 minu~ltes.
Tlwfes1h1 II l flled51a1prote1 st againstl
11,rullilng(If lInterclalss' .lalnater Gal-
lpbfore starting thellf(1pol~stpon~led
from Jluesdal os Thullrsdays. Then thIley
11a11e11the 0501-niorstoa 0o1to 0 tie ill lbs
closell Illesday 11on account of dalrkness
iis 1 a1ter1 thle fre-Ihmlenl 1had Imadle (
toichd 1111 l ths-Iseot d Ills- . 'Managsler11
.a1.
1brillianltly lhan anyl othler of Ills inter-
. . . . . . . . . sisbing-, lheld oe center ou--f

Birdl. ....R. 'I. .. Barnes
Alleer,.ou.....R . ..Id F \IaelcblaiI
1)111101..... .QI. II. 111111Bene
I-lagar.L... . , 4B. .. 'Vite
Lyon........ R. 1.I ..... Shlaiw
Schneider....F. B. 11... 01oo
Rets ree - joyce. Umpire -- Arntz.
LoinesoaI-Galllup.
COMMUNICATION IS ADVERSE,
-TO NEW SONGS ANt.) YELLS
-Editsor of 1111 iIC so 1),,\1,Y
Althoulgh 11t1is(a goodl thineg 10 aroulse
estllIsiasnnd 01111x1ess5 th1115by seit-
ing college sonlgs 0111 yells. does it really
pay 01111 s1011111it Ibesdonl?
Whlenl se lIos to Ills 11111oldest col-
leges1in111tho Kst.,lnamlely IHarvarsd 1115
Yale, we 51111 11101 thoy are still yelling
thle "Rahl, Rahl.IRah, H-arvarsd,"01111thle
Iteekekekex koa oahxl, fl op,. (I lp,
psaraloull slVale, Yale, Yale," etc. Thley
are not chlangin~g their yells es-cry year
a15 1t sem~sMichliganl is trying t11o111.
We have twollgoodl yells.Ills"L..o(f
." and ous rl "locom~otive." 'Why 1111
keep thlem an(d slick 1by ltemt? Remlem~-
ocr sse lose alumni111 11151yellesd Illsse
yells years ago and1 hen1 heylelll 1C 1turn
hey d1on11t51a111 to1f11n11a1lot(If new
yells Ithat thley can' 111 in.(1 i higan,
it is said, las 1no1tradlitionls;Imaybes it'
s0, now(11is ltle hest h lme111 es1alilsh
thleml.
Olened 11 lore and this is ill regards
Io 111111 Ge le, Ge la, 1Ge Oa 111 la"
yell, andothllers If this Idescription.I f
a "prey"sclhool shloull startt Isgive suchl
a thling it w1511111 Ialsaled "freshl"1511
lughed lat. 'Vhy Ithen shlould \iIebgoI1
P1ROF.I ENRY C. ADAMlS BACK
T10 1NIVIS~ITY ON VISIT
111s illtheUilersiy, who11or101eIllslst
Sear111has bell illWashlingtonl a1s headl
-tatistician forle l Itestatle Commlerce
Commlinsslion, ((cri1vel inilAnn IArbsoryes-
tselay foe a shosrt visit. Last nigihtlhe
I, 5111 Is Dell-ot1(1 reminnil1111Satur-
(lay. Din~eg his staly isn Ann Arblor,
leot. Adiamls will hs- a1 elest(at 1111
I~m 011'f tProf. RKnowhlton.
We -are shoinslvg a large asortmlent
o~f overcotsalca ven1111 ttes1151at01$15,;1a1(
$>o. AllIn, the clothier, 'Hainl S1 40-
Tile party- swho 1t11k ra~incoat (a111
glovs, ~from rTlltle's lncsh 10011mVWed-
nessday is knson111nd hsewill sve rous-
hls Iys' retulrnling, sllis. Ito
Manldolin 01111guitar players will take
dlelightinIl looking orer tile Gibsonl, Washo-
1 1111, Mactill 0111 Vega lin~es at Root's.
Ols inistrumlentis takenl 011excihange, (1111
easy- paymIlents arranlged. tf
Und~erwseaIr ill all gradles fo~r mnl. We
aee showeing (a grea~t leader ill ulnion suits
aIt $i.oo. All.Illsheclothier, Slain St.

Fall and Winter Furnishings fo:-
Men and Boys

Spalding Sweaters
Shirts
Underwear
in piece and unionsusils
Hats
Caps
Suit Cases
Fancy Vests
Men's Jewlery

:;,.
..r-
" :
: ... _ - t a

Gloves
Ties
Belts
Hose
Pajamas
Night Rohes
Flannel Shirts
Umbhrellas

STAEBLER & WUERTH
211 S. MAIN ST.
-WATER-PROOF COLLEGE SHOES
Wie havse thleml, sad tile kin~d espec illy nmade for such wear.
Heavy double soles to hleel, throulghly viscolized with rawhide
middle sole ahsolntely water ighSilli Tan, Brown and Black
Leathers.

Dress Ponmps
Thes largest anld finest
assortment11 ever shaown in
Alnn Arb~or. Conme and try
on1 a pair that swill fit your
hleel;. Csmplete line of
Walking Ties, Price $4.00.

I 1am1goento11spinig a smto ( t0 05111dexcepit ing 50 onputs altcd for-
prise, withc my ancncal fall soate
of Pipes, is10oeCnveinceey5110 , yard paillsses. Caplt. \Vhite (and1Tiosson
that I earryythe l arciest acidr
must ecoupletelineiciof l'ipes, s'a(Cecdlforle 1freshmtient. Wute m~adec
Tobacceo. igas anicg.O~arette's 11111 brilliant 1run15andtusitItroes t011a1
in thc Cite.syco utn nenbfr i h
Watch ihe Wtdow so"ves. ITe score still stanlds .5 to 5
Li"" E. JOLLY-9'S aid11thes sitner swill be cdeterminiied icy
308lSouathcStati "reeli e il (sjudlges ofthie Conliest.T'elieupisn
I-as as5 followls,
____- '-off 1,1ws. 'to h.aws.
SIRS. JI R. TROJANOWSKI h aiss ....I.. F.Iit....lissell
FASHIONABLE HAIRDRESSER JIdSac II ... L 1. 'I...... Riley
Hair Goads.,IHardresiag, Shampooit 11n11g..I. . Pteo
Manicuriag, Face Massage a Specialty. S'Feller.... C.l.....iodsoll
322 S. State St. I(rp Stairs) Belt Phone 359 si ayI s..... ...(. G ....Piepher

IWalk.-Over Shoe Co.
LARGEST QUICK REPAIR SHOP IN CITY.j
Hart, Schaffiler & Marx
ALL WOOL
CLOTHING Th Cltier

a.

THE A ARMERS AND MIECHIANICS BANK
MAIN AND HIURON STRSEETS
tapitai, $50,000, Surpil and Profita, $66,000
Gonorai Banhing Boniness. S pec c-eat puid
on Time and Savings Deposits. Safe .y lDe-
pusit Boxes to cent at $2.00 ad aupwards
R. KEMPcF, Pros. W. CD. STEeNSeo. Vice-Pren
F.B. Bunsen. Cash. H. A. IOLLIASO Anna
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank J(}
Oapitai stoek, $505,000. Sacrplas, $200n,c00
Resouces, $2,t00,000
A Genaral Banking Busiaess Transacted
OFcICESc Chas. Et. Biseuck, Pcen.; W. D.
Harriman, Vice Pron. M . J. Fritz.Casnhier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
DIRECTORS :
WI. S ooth Jn. V. Sheehan
Win. Arnoid Dr. V.0C. Vaughan
Js. B. Wade E. P. Mill
John Baarer Jno. Kuch
Pealf. B. S. Carhart Htenry W. Douglas
Christian Mactin Dan F. Zimmerman
FIRST NATIONAL BANK I
Or Ass ARBORt, MICHa.
E. D.51KINNE, HARRISON SOCTT.11.
Pros. V'ice-Pres.
S. W.'CLARKSON, Cashcier.
tapitai, $100,000. 'Surplus and Prufits,.iotu

NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR
Suit, Overcoat or
Cravenette
We are showing the right style at the right time
See ousr Hats arid Spalding Sweaters
WAD HAMS (Q CO.

SEE
IThe Palais Royal
209 E5. Liberty St.
F~or the Latest Disigns in
V. Of M.
PILLO ,WS
AND
BANNERS
ALSO
Banners of Other Colleges
Cozy Corner Furnishings
in Japanese and Iiidiani Goods
Everything in Bic-a-Brac.

F'ea.shiozn Store

121-a123 S. Mains St.

German American Savings Bank0.M Matl FUEA
Commot roate..l ad Office 209S. 4th Ave. Phone 98. Ptn ethrBlsmade with veel- H ot L u nich
S insResidence 302 S. 5th Ave. Phone 314 match your oirt ur hlouse, 85e. Send 0111 At Tsttle'a, 338 5. State
piece of the dress gccods when sanding urder.
Car. Main a ad Liberty Stareets, AMBULANCE O1! CALL THE BELTCRAFT CO.. BOSTON, MASS.-_. .

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