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TRZ MICHIIGAN DAILY

COLLEGE STYLES
Where will you find style at its top-most
pitch? In the great uuiversities, to he sure 9 .
The college youth knows fashion as the
small hoy knows the farthest corner ofth
jam closet.
"College Clothes" is a phrase which falls
trippingly from scores of tongues. Many'
tailors claim them-mighty few produce
them.
We invite you to 'size" us up-your
judgment will do the rest.
Autumn and Winter woolens ready inj
the freshest weaves and "classiest" colorings. Perfect tailoring at
moderate prices-that's ours.
Merchants- 'Tailors

118 E. Liberty St.

J. KARL MALCOLM, Prop.I

AMUSEMENTS
Thc Majcsic lhcatrc
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 contracted for 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.
o ffl Ann Arbor's Pioer Miing Picture Thatr
Thea oriu New Shows each Tuesday, Thurs
day and Saturday.
Continuous Performance, 2 to 10 p. m. JOE GILLARD, Prop.
Save your money boys for
THE ONE BEST YET
At THE CASINO
By request of many of our patrons we will show The Big Foot Ball
Game Mich. vs. Penusy, Tuesday and Wednesday Dec. 3rd and 4th, a
good reproduction of the Original Game with a good Vaudiville act in
connection. The est entertainment in the City for 5c.
Open afternoons from 2:30 to 5. Evenings 6:30 to 10.
CASINO 339 S. Main St.
YPSILANTI OPERA H1OUSE
Friday Dec. 6,1907
THE SEVENTH AND MOST SUCCESSFUL SEASON OF
A STORY OF THE HARDSCRABBRE FOLKS
By the Authors of THnE OLD HOMESTEAD
WITH
JOSEPH CONY[RS AS TECONSTAB~L[
It's a Comedy and it will make you laugh
until your sides ache
Prices $1.00, 75c 50c and 25c
Advance Sal 900 A M. Thursday at Spaisrya Drg Str, Phone Ypsiasti 8t

CALECNDAR.
Dec. 4-Illustrated lecture, "' Art
Francaic." by Prof. Morit Levi, in
Sarah Cawell Angetl hal, at 8 p. mn.
Admission free.
Dec. 7-Medical society reception and
dunmce, Barbotr gymnasium.
Dec. 7-. M. C. A. banqtet.
Dec. 12-lha Vie a Madrid," a talk
by tDr. Charles P. \Wager, 'Tappa Hll
lecture room at 4 p. mn. Admission free.
D~ec. 13-Alpha Notbanqut, at Union
clubihoase.
1Dc. 13-"'Soiree Dramatiqu et Musi-
cut." gven by Cerce Dramaiqu Fran-
ciin Sarah Caswel Angell all at 8
tDec. 17--Juiiir lit dace' at Barour
gymnasium.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Altnmanaers o cluss basketball re-
porl at gym today.
Sotch lit class meetig i Room C,
Uiviersity hall,Thursday at 4:15.
There will le a meeting of the Soci-
ogy clbiin Tappai Halt lecture room
today.
Mici'nia r earsa tonight at 7
sharp lease le prompt. Rehearsal
will last tbt an our.
RaliiFrankintoll'Temple BehEll l,
Iti (it will se aatte reguar nmen's
meetieg,6:30Sunoday, hIcMilan IHall.
:Metiogof lihe \icligaiensiaii oar
ofco .ntrol1 tonight at 7 o'clock, in the
'tcitigatnt sin office Shiersiti, Chair-
"Sniregineier haseal temmt te
i ~trophy oonm ittgymt today at , to
decdettontnumerals and elect captain.
iblely
in illustratee lecture on "L' Art
Fatcais'cwitl e gient by Prf. Mtoritz
lci ii Sarahl Cawell Atgel halt at 8
this eenitig. Nitadmcissiontiwill tic
charged.
Xlectig of Taft tetubilianc cliin
Nichols all this eveninug at 7 o'clock
sart. Commi~ttttees wiltle apoitel
All relubllicasateies nitel ttattend.
J. A. Wagner, lPres.
Seen'tarp Smttihtiof the Stets'
Chrtitiani acociationicwishes it t1be
clearly titderstootd that ll mcin mai
coe itoteianualitittassoitoi baquete
Satuttrday eeninig, cwheter mteimbers tie
nio.
'fTe Rt. Rev. Charles D. Wilaims,
1.1D., LL.D., bishop of Michiga, will
preachlini St. Anrew's church, Stiteay
1Dc. 8, at 10:30 a. mi. The bishop cones
undter the auspicec of the Hobart Guild
of the University of Michigan, and wit
steak especialy tt universit sttdents.
Prof. NI. I. Cooley will give an ad-
ress Iefore lthe Sigma Xi society to-
mcorrow evening at 8 o'clock, itc the west
amiphcliteater ofte iew nmeicathtilt-
tug. 'fTic sblject of Prof. Cooley's ad-
dress is "Some Street Raiway Prob-
lus." This is an opei meeting of the
society and all are corditdly invited to
atten.
GENTLEMN-Whein you want the
est hose it is possible to buy-all Ge-
mtatn knit1the lkicd that fit-and the.
correct shades, go to Purfeld's Shoe
Store, t19 S. Main St. We sell hose
toe to 5oe per pair cheaper than furnish-
ipg goods stores.546
Ostermnoor Mattresses in alt sizes kept
oti htand for poimpt delivery. Martin
H-ater's Fur. Store, 112, 114, 116 E at
Liberty St. 57-o
A Studceits are awayis welcome,

at ourm stores. Retti the pa-
pers, use phonces, smokce, meect
your frieinds. WVe try to treat
poit right.
Si1LLIAROS. BOWLING, LUNCHES,
CItGARS, CANDIES, TOBACCO.
A!2 S. State 311itMaynard
MOE'S BARBER SHOP
705 North University Ave.
O. A. MOE.

Latest Styles-Regal Shoes--See Oizsr $5 Boot
IDir-ectly North of Law Btuildixg
'70J9-711 ' NORTH U NIVERSITY AVENUE.
THE PICKWICK
Billiard and Bowling Parlor
Everything of the best and the best for ynn.IFinn tine
of Pipeo, Cigars, Tobuecoc and Candies. (Get the hahit.
Ftiorteen howling tiekets for $1,00,
S. Rwottelmsteiri
Bell Phone M 7. 707 N. University Ave.
The Home of Suits, Overcoats,
Good Clothes 1 u Raincoats
and Trousers

IEriRY 184, CO.

TAILORtS r10MC
FURNTISHERS
HATTERS

High Class
Merchandlise
Popular Prices

Liberty St., Cor. Fourth Ave.

Ann xArbor

eb's For High Grade ade
(e ICteam, F'ruit tes, Punectes, Sherbtets, trceen Liquid
Furors for tilt Oceasion'. lanex' Napikins and Dailies Salted
Nut ('aces.
Webb's Chocolates are Unsurpassed. 109 S. Main. St.

AN RROW
CLUPECO SHRUNK
COLLAR
Quarter Sizes, i5c each, 2 for 25C.
CLU£TT, PEABODY & CO.,
Mskers of 4luett aid Mcrarch S1:irt.s.
1. mm

Carriage and Baggage
Ftir iehitCtiple itai ncaromiarties.
berfotre i12iotcleck $1.50, after r1tietchc
$2.00.
FotrrehTruntotior from dooitr, the
prc ibe25 Cools. If carrieditoi
sir frouip-stairs, teprice witl be
50 Cents.
Dirivers are required to eotlect casth
fir carriae tind itaggagecarrice.
WALKER'S 'LItVERY
ROBItNSON & CiO.
WP. II. STARK~
WATTLES' LIVERY.

Szpplied to College Mden ern~d
Women for All PXrPoseS!
WASHTENAW LIGHT & POWER CO.
20O East Washington Street
FOR DAILY ADVERTISING RATES KEE]p YOVR DATES
Addrrss Bies ana ger Nit. 8 lip etrrying a eapy if the MItCHIGtAN
tPress Buiding IItA NtiiD OOiin ynur pocet=. Spaieformen
_______ nrantda, ealenar. special eveitsc, 'niversity
Calendtiar ini tis 150 pogebhot. Olsen away
Suhoeriptiors rtan ity nail, chreck, draft icr tosatudents at the University Y. M. C. A. Mc-
murry order. Milian Hail.
VISIT THE
International Liver--- Stock
Exposition
CHICAGO
Nov. 30 to Dec. 7, 1907, Inc.
Attractions Greater, Facilities Belter and Eiitris More Numer-
otis than Ever. The Greatest Edticational Institti-
lion1 of its kinid.
A tdirect tine to Chicago

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