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COLLEGE S-TYLES
Where will you find style at its top-most
pitch? In the great universities, to be sure
The college youth knows fashion as the
small boy knows the farthest corner of the
jam closet.
"College Clothes' is a phrase which falls
trippingly from scores of tongues. Many
tailors claim them-mighty few produce
them.1
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.

t

Merchant 1 : - ''I

Tailors

118 L. Liberty St.

J. KAR(L MALCOLM, Prop.

AMUSEMENTS
lhc Majcsic lheatrc
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
Klaw & 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.
SPECIAL e.t the
THEATORIUM
119 E. Liberty St.
" THE CLOCK MAKER'S SECRET"
Colored and full of Features. Miss Ingalls, Soloist.
The One Best Bet
We ha.ve li. bargain to offer yosx
We hope it will strike you right
We want you to sent us 45 cts.
We will then send you this swell
pennant, size 12 x 30 inches,
made in any college you may
desire. x x x s x x
We want you to like it, if not,
we will cheerfully refund your
money.A s a i g
We lare yours for busilnse
The Chicago Pennant & Baner Co.
-4216 CALUMET AVE. CHICAGO, ILL.

CAL ^ DAR.
Dec. 7-Medical society reception and
dance, Barbour gymnasium.
Dec. 7-Y. M. C. A. banquet.
Dec. to-Illustrated lecture on "South
American Scenes, by Prof. J. H. Brew-
ster, Sarah Caswell Angell Hall, 8 p. m.
Dec. i-"La Vie a Madrid;' a talk
by Dr. Charles P. Wagner, Tappan Hal
lecture room at 4 p. in. Admission free.
Dec. 13-Alpha Nu banquet, at Union'
clubhouse.
Dec. t3-"Soiree Dramatique et Musi-
cale." given by Cercle Dramatique Fran-
cais, in Sarah Caswell Angell hall at 8
p. in.
Dec. 17-Junior lit dance at Barbour
gymnasium.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Batd meet at MciMillan Hall tonight
at 7:t5. Important. Fischer, Leader.
All '08 engineers interested in basket-
hall meet in Rooti 312today at 5 p. i.
All candsidates for te 'Ii egieerig
basketball team report at gymnasium at
7 :45 totight.
There will be a meetingof fresh medic
basketball men in gymnasium tonight at
7 o'clock. Van Meter, Mgr.
All senior its who played it either
football game report in suits at t p. n.
Saturday, at Lynd's for pictre.
'he Engiteeringsi.ll bld a reception
fr the fustlty and society members this
evening at 6 o'clock at the society rooms.
The Y. M. C. A. banquet next Satur-
day evening is opetoI all University
uen atd not merely metnber of theas-
sociation.
There will be a meeting of the New
England club Saturday evening for the
election of officers. Time and place will
be announced later.
Prof. R. M. Wnley will give an ad-
dress at 7:30 p. in. Sunday in the Uni-
tarian church, on "Religion and Dogma."
All students are cordially invited.
The girls' freshman dasketball team
wii lbe chosen Saturday morning after
their practice, from o to st, Election
f captain and various committees will
te held at the same time. Freshmen
are strged to be presest.
All members of the Cross Country
elub meet at the trophy room at 7 p. In.
for the presentation of insignia and csps
which were woni i the fall races. IThe
meeting will be brief so that it will nota
interfere with the S, L. A. lecture.
The meeting of Alpha Nu, Saturday,
will be called promptly at 7 p. s. 0so
that it sill staconfict wititheg. '.
C. A. banqtt. All memiers are urges
to be on hand promptly. Tickets for
the coming society banquet may be had
from Barkdusll, "oer,hBrysnansiothers.
Portrait frames at Foster's. tf
Two dollars insures you against all
loss by fire. Geo. J. Haller & Co.
Real Estate and Innrance, 216 South
Main street. tf4
GENTLIFMEN-When you want the:
best hose it is possible to buy-all Ger-
man knit, the kind that fit-and the
correct shades, go to Pirfield's Shoe
Store, iig . Main St. We sell hose
toe to 50c per pair cheaper than furnish-
ing goods stores. 54-61t
Ostermoor Mattresses in all sizes kept
on hand for prompt delivery. Martin
Haller's Fur. Store, 1t2, 114, 116 East
Liberty St. 57-60

FRED W. GKOSS
The Home of Suits, Overcoats,
Good Clothes ULOTU IU Raincoats
and Trousers

S. Rottensteinl
707 N. University Ave.

HENRY Q CO.
TAILOK.S High Class
FVRNISHERS Merchn ie
HATTERS Popular Prices
Latest Styles-Regal Shoes-See Our $S Boot
Directly North of Law Building
709-711 NORTH UNIVER.SITY AVENVE
THE PICKWICK
Billiard and Bowling Parlor
Everything of the best and the best for you. tine line
of Pipes, Cigars, Tobaccos and Candies. Get the habit.
Fourteen howling tickets for $1.00.

Bell Phone 176.

Liberty St.. C-r o-rth Ave.

An- Arbor

For High Grade
LeCream, bruit tees, Punches, Sherbets, Frozen Jiquid
'Favors for all Occasions. Fancy Napkins and Doilies Salted
Nst Cases.
Webb's Chocolates are Unsurpassed. 109 S. Main St.

A SIZE COLLAR
Made of Clupeco Shrunk Fabrics
15c each; 2 for 25c

Carriage and Baggage
Freacsst ls' eto .nsd it'sm tarties,
before so cloelk $1.50, atter It o'eock
$2.00.
For each Trunk to or from door, the
u-ie ill tsr 25 Cents. If careesito
or from up-stairs. the pricewilt be
so Cente.
Drivers se required tscollect cast
tfsr carriae ' bagager seerve.
WALKtEt'S LIVERtY
550155NSON & COe.
W.it. STARKi
WvATT't'LiIVERY.

ELECTRICITY
Supplied to College Men end
Women for All PzrposesW!W
WASHTENAW LIGHT & POWER CO.
200 Easst Wasshirgton Street
Ron DAILY ADVERISING RATES KEEP YOUR DATES
Address Business Manager No. 8 By carrying a copy of the MICHIGAN
Press Building HANDBOOK in your pocket. Space for mem-
oranda, calendar. special events, University
Calendar insttiss1i0 page busk. lven away
Subscriptions taen by mai. check, draft or to students at the University Y. M. C. A. Mc-
money order. Milian Hali.
VISIT THE
International Live Stock
Exposition
CHICAGo
Nov. 30 to Dec. 7, 1907, Inc.
Attractions Greater, Facilities Better and Entries More Nutner-
ous than Ever. The Greatest Educational Institn-
tion of its kind.
Michigan Central
A direct line to Chicago

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Our store sili be open sndays this
year for sale of cigars, candies, etc., ans
Sunday papers.
w: sLLrKas. BOWL1NV, LUNC"tES,
CIUARS, CANDIES, TOBACCO.
-12 S. Stats - - . Sit MsyBr
MQES BARBER SHOP
7 5-h VeIvErai.y Ave.
.A. MOE.

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