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March 06, 1908 - Image 3

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THME MICHIGAN P)AILY

Sam Burchfield's
Fine Tailoring;
Trade
Can
Deliver
The
Goods
SamBurcitfied
106
&:Coo. EAST HURON ST.
BEST STOCK OF
C I GAR.S
IN THlE CITY AT
BROWN'S Drug Store
120 E. Liberty St.
We have Pipes to sell too-lots
of 'em at low prices.
ALArI fCLOCKS
$1.00 $1.50 $1.75
Allthe best mak en and fully ~as: inteed.
MICHiIGAN PINS AND FOBS
25c up to $5.00
FINE WATCH- REPAIRING
A SPECIALTY.
Watch inspector for thfe Ann Arbor Rairoad
J. L. CHAPMAN
206 S. MAIN ST.
Branch: 304 S. State St.
Cigairettes
Turkish and Egyptain
ALL THE' LEADING BRANDS
CASH PRICES
15c Pkg. - a 2 for 25c
25c Pkg. -- 5 for $1.00
R. E. JOLLY
WSo S. SLATE ST.
MRS. JI R. TROJANOWSKI
FASHIONABLE HAIRDRESSER
Hlair Goods, Hairdressing, rShampooing
Manicuring, Face Massage a Specialty.
322 S. Slate St. (Up Stairs) Bell Phone 359

JUDGES ARE EXAMINING
INTERCLASS ORATIONS

Oiii of town jndges arc, now exanon-
ijog the eight winning orations of the
interclass oratorical contents. Six will
he selected on the hasis of superiority in
thought aind -composition1 and their
anthors w-ill compete. in the final, coitest
of MaIrch' 20, two weekn 'from. today.
'this contest 'is a.-regular nunmheir on the
S. L. A. course. The eight orations
11oss uniter examination are hy A. M.
I aninau, 'oft, S. W. Doney, 'o81, J.
W. McCandless, 'of, 'tot, C. A. Everest,
'oh' Floyd Olds,.'o91, F. B. McKay, 'o,.
V, 13. 1*ilu to,n.ant Ernestine XMoffett,
Michigan's success in oratory tinsheen
scarcely less mnarkers this year than in:
that of- :9o6-7. In arousing interest and
affordting excellent practice to tine speak-
ci's. class contlests havise helped not a
tittle.
Thne nest triangular system: of con-
lists used in the Central Debating
Leaguc ins prnnvedi popular with Michi-
gan students. Inl it each of tine three
u'niv-ersities participauting minitains an
affirmative antd a negative team. A large
nnmb~er of candidates turned out this
year and, owing to their consistent
nwork, another double victory wnas credit-
edl 1(oMichigan.
'he question "Resolned, 11hat all cor-
porations engaged in interstate coin-
merce should he required to take out a
fe'deral charter" ws dehated itUB anns-
loin, Chicago. and Ann Arhor, on Jan.
in, iqo8.. Xichig in's affirmative lenzi,
ttBihdlebated "here-ag'inst Northwnest-
erni. was compoisedt of .F?.tG.Fuller,, *t.
C. Knieller anid J. I i~ncer. The de-
vision wu iinnioiustor Michigan.
T'lineg'ative teann M.1I Bturroughs,
George Eves 11111S.J. Wettrick, faced
the Un(ivners.ity o:f Chicago's repreentta-.
ti\-evs iln thy loig city."Tine decision
~ias ::na:nmous for .-Xichig'ui. Winning
1:othi th'ese dilatns nit onily gavee Ilicini-
gal: ai seco:nd clveir clhamnpionshnip ins de-
bate bu. it enab:lledl nerto set a nenvstark
ill -inercollegiate ,idebatig my winininig
dolel victories.Inwo years is: succession.
AI icligain's recorid is ltne more remark-
illv sshen: it .is remnemibered thtln he nr
vitorie-.snwcrc gainneidon: bothlnsidles of
li me::'questionis ander see obtainnedl
itihotn a dissentiing nole of tine' twe:lve
judIges ifidebate.
In liii'fiull series of senenter:: cointests
Michigan hl o si: nnine flest lhonors, oine
iveonil. andlfoun' thirds. One'firstlhonioir
iind two lseconids inane lie:eniredin i:thne
liv: II o::ilion clibcontests, andtiwnenty-
hirer of ltneithirty-tnwo innercollegiate
dlebiates hasvc been: credited toi: iigan.
Flvenof thlese idebates sm-rce woni inn
sccession, andn eight of the' last ninny
him v' lie::nmson:.
In: thie'fifithYiannillon il:b conitent,
heli t:iiChicago. on: Jan:. in, n9o8, 'S. W.
IDowniey, if Mielnigan, wsn-nmsecond place.
lFirst honoinrs niece taken: by XWisconsin.
Ai r. l)isi-ien's sublje twans "H-amilton's
N tinalismi."

AI)VI'I'ISI) i L'TTE'RS.
Ann:: Arbo:r,Nfich:., Ml in 4, 11)07
Aun'i.Dlr IHowvard Clivert C\XX
Baker M\r Jam:en. Cunnin:::gham::FI'e:)
Crane Master Sidney J,,1)ean tics Ari
villa, Dempster VMr G(ch'Dearing irs
it N, Eddy Dr WiillardI.I sorts I D,
Frank iMr j XW. Flin:: Dr 'Mmdl: aC,
(Gree:: Miss Maudle, I chic Di Lewis -i.
I lailey :Mrv'']I. laniei tlns I, C(2),
M ines tMrnsiR SRiiiiicnoai n F-,. sells
.lair I-ILKennieally AMiss. Kiornall tc
Mforris NMrs FVdnia, Pay-e M' II i.P'rr
ker MlrtLloyd,. Pierce.l r hGeraild, Strat-
liii Xwin, ''alliniaigc j. 'ivatson Dr,
Wo~odis Mlr Franicis..
White XMr G'.J.
ket. D. -I.0 C.: Diylie' tics Ainia,
Painis Dora.
Foreign : Lampkuiski'MXi's I .iliv o-.ii
timelyPearl. 11. IT. t'rettymiani, IP. Xl.
The Ann::Airbor' lisi::ll Par'lor' will
openi Frida:y een:in:g, Maccl: 6,.in:the'
Reifuis lblock, 206 . . .shlicy. All gaimles
free- oinuatdae
Joss. 'S. Ruby, Oper-atuir.
FOR SAlE,-:Relisidlence' :503 XX'osh-
tenaws-Ave. CIn be had' nreasonabl
termis. Appily' :t305 S. Siate Si. :5-20
Fraternity 1House for Rent--tbarge
liosmse. suitalelifor fraienityor rcliici:
North Division: sireed;in:spection isit-
ed: Dr. A. J. IHall, Laureiice Bldg.,
cornier Fouirth:avenue: and Aoi kn siredt.
Bell phoneic-78. rind
See our complete line of Michigan
pin, fohs and - onveiliro. Haller's
Jewelry Store, 216i S. 'Main street. eod
See Hennaing & Koch's niewv full hine
of Michnigain fohs, pins and spoon:s. t13
Rant Liberty St. end
Baseball men : if you scont the latest
in hasehall goods, see Spalding'n hune at
Cinshing's. tf
See our conmplete line of Michigan
pint, fohs anid nouvenirs. H-aller's
Jewelry Store, 216i S. Mainstreet. eotd
IE.R 'll l' l IIIIGENDA 111TS
all this wi-ek at Ithe '1'eaio~iium, Easi
Liberty St. J. R. Gillard, Pint:. i2-i71
Postalt of 1Miclligendalo (iid lFinaol'.
Lynndonn.
The carriers' lists hat us:' bru)it re-cv
chseckedf. An:y e'vinidei:li'ivry shuf
bin r'eported':latlonce tos the busine.s fice'
b.heteen 1:nud a p. frt. :'ach day. Both:
phoimes 96o. - I5:si:ess jMonoger.

a oo Chibnoe
We think we are safe in say-
ing that there is no Clothing
selling in this town at the same ~
prices, that in any way, styles, a y4
materials or workmanship,
equal Society or College Brand
Clothes. They're in a class by themselves.
Also call and sec our
Spring Hats, Caps and
Furnishings
Staebler ( Wuerth Co.
* OUT OF STYLE
The man who buys 2tWd40-zte,rs shoes each season is
never out of style because aWlt-tle,'< shoes keep abreast
of shoe fashion. Every de-

sirable feature tha t fashion
dictates or fancy desires can
be found in
shoes and the other essentials
of satisfactory shoes, comfort
and service, are contain-p
shoes.
TilE ACME OF EASS
Walk-O~ver Shoe Co.
I1IS SOtUTH' MAIN STREET

I

4
&

sHart, Schaffner & Marx - -
FULL DRESS SUITS uaZma
TeClothier
Properly Tilored a

BANKS
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS HANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Capital, $50,t00, Surpius and Profits, $65,000
General Banking Business. 3 perceet paid
o Time and Saviogs Deposits. Ssfoty Oe-
posts Boxes to rent at $2.10 and uspwsrds
it. Kass Pres.. W. 0. STEVES. VIce-Pres
P. H. BULSER. Cash. H. A. WILLIAMS Asst
The Ann Arbor Savings Banff
Capital ntaek, $50,000. Surplus, $200,00n
Reosoures, It,2t,000:O
A tuanral Banking Business Tranaactnd
Oceasat tjlChas.E.H.iBocnk, Prets.: W. 0.
Harriman. Vtce Pres.: M. J. -Frito. Cstt
STATE SAVINGS BANK
DIRETORS:
W. J. Sooth Jnn. V. Sheehasn
Wm. Arnoldf Dr. V.C. Vaughan
los. H,. Wade E. F. Mlls
John Haarer Jo. Koch
Pest. .S.'Carhart Henry W.Donuglas
Christian Martin Dan F. Zimmerman,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
-OF AxttoARBOR, MICH.
i. 0. KItuNIt, iti .ftOON tOttLIX
P feS. ':e-rs
S -'W- 0IOARRSON, Canhier.
Capital, $100,000. Surplus and Profits, ยง150,00n.

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Spring Hats
The Newest Shades and Styles
- - At
Wadhams (Q Co.
- 121-123 S.-MAIN ST.
See Our4 Show Window -

THE-
Palais Royal
209 E.. Liberty St.
U. of M.
PILLOWS
AND
PENNANTS
A SPECIALTY
CURIOS and BRASS
From- Every'Country

German American Savings" &ink 0. M. Martill DIREICTOIR .Ya ae eai at
leomgpaeo.l e 4 0Offce 209 S. 4th Ave. Phone 98' Patent Leather Belts made with vtl- H ot Lunch
$avinsig f'- Residence . 302 S. 5th Ave. Phone 314 I naih your skirt ortblose, 55e. Send us a At Tuttle'&' 338 5. Stat.
AMBIJLANCE ON CALL I piece of the dress goods when sendiggorder._________________
Coa. MalIm asad LIberty $tsa'.ta5 TBE BELTCRAFT CO., BOSTON. MASS.

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STUDO~~iUTCtIE,319 East,-Huron

-Street

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