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October 18, 1907 - Image 3

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M.efIN DIALY

Sam Burchfield's
Fine Tailoring
Trade
Can
Deliver
The
Goods
Samg Burchifield
&L.CO. EAST HURON ST.
Do you want $2.70
for $1 ?
Call at our story:used learn the
particulars of the Sanitol Chemical
Company's great introductory
ffere, the greatest offer ever made
in toilet preparations.
Ten articles for the price of 4
BILOWN'S DIYVO' STORE
120I132 Liberty St.
ALARfI CLOCKS
$1.00 $1.50 $1.75
Alttbt ' askeyiandCfuly garanteed.
MICHIGAN PINS ANI) FOBS
25c up to $5.00
FINE WATCH REPAIRING
A SPECIALTY.
Watch Inspector for the Ann Arbor Railroad
J. L. CHAPMAN
206 S. °MAIN ST.
Brach: 304S. State St.

APP'ROVE OF CORBIN
I)(ORMITORY SCH EME
(Continued itom Page One.)
dormitory systemes of thte different , ni-
versities inth ie United States. As a
student at Petnnsylvatnia ihe was cott-
ntected with tihe dormitories fete (ice
years. tieStat teen a professsr its the
sumtemer seitools of Wisconsin and Cot-
sell aned has ntade a stusdy of the resi-
eettial systenms at Princeton, Yale and
Siarvardt.
"Althsosigh te system htas its dlis-
advantages," Satd Prof. Vats Tynse, "its
btenefits fate outnusmbter thse few pot-
sessedl ibytte boarding and lodginig hoase
systenm existing here at Ann Arbor."
Ieo statedifttrtber titan Yale, Pemnsyl-
samia antd SHarvardl havethiser dormS-
tories.,,eiticit save pressed a success int
ttrincgintgste stsudents togetiser as a hodly
At Corseelieinite platesleave Steen nsade
tet itesttlilsteesystt,grotittd Seing rec
sectvetd Ser-the tbuildins. Otnly te wo-
m:nat WVisconssist live ilt dormtitories,
aclanchchri, accoreding Sto Prof. Vats
Tynte, is fate tetter etate having tno resi-
diential sysitem. ifis inte sear futtire
:Michsigatn is ae to erect onsly eneosigh
bueildings fee evhice So houtse pars of She
stuets, these shossuld be for te womn.
As soon as thsis is clone the attendance
oef girls here trill surely itncrease, for
ptaretnts aresettee willineg to sendtdhieir
diasughters to ceollege whsere sthe sexes
ae ete see far segregated.
teensnine-tenthbs of te boardinghouteses
otf Annte Arhor theere ace little, if aniy.
pleasansusrrousndings whsich give opepor-
tuniety for tse frmrtisngref acqusaintances.
Tisere is little of these o-clled homse
cnlendstce' itsan)y of te smassy Ann Arbor
rosminsg ihousses."'
leI tie opisnionstociProf. VanTae tyne
steelocheers sthe eonly remeedy foer these
defects lies its establisinitg for aiii sees
dens teseresisietetial systes, wiche s
nstances of ste Utiversity dec not allow
ct tpreeset.
'"'hepricate ihouse system," stated
'reef. ..'Lloyvd, "Seas certainly failed
;egeatol cerealie thse hopes torigisnally
ettacesttieto 5.itess c all rese neve noes
)erte sustsituete ferte sthasn tse systems
cotiquadtratguelatr sails. P'ossibly sty outs
celicitee xperiensce makeles se prejuediced

igane Untiont- gate.ite feoletwinegstte-
miens lctshen skesd abseeet te plaiit:"A
Concise'sisobbiy eof residtlie halseis iac
seigiser gootetcose. \Xiere laresgrop
osf tenesealesegeltetogetlier itt ccBalcii ted
heave (i e esteir ettcommons, a eistent
etssstntstttlife is sutre toeveloint.t
ittir tlee. existineg tcttditionts sc
scemee siontes cetei practicae)i(i. A
large endowenttses w oculdi ie neeessary to
futhter sc a lancts cc .\lCor(beine adi
voteic.se n ed tr iiksextt Al ciligett
citessnot hterlarge rendoviet,
"Altosegi te resientiti clia ccsceotic
see d~oubticeieofibescefit 5to the setidents,'
said 'Y4'. D. FPnt1 br; :r, presiet ie th
S. L.., ".it seces it eec tieat 21.\ (Cor-
cinsc s ts esstaitd cliice faects, fertehiere
see tecestc eopporttniisfcrntier suetse
to bcoereseeacquacitied ictheacritere
thsrousghs te svarious torgantiz'ations,-
claess. atlsetic. literacry.(,tinetg,.aid ce
ligious."
steidS "I tinkctie'omitott~try ,)se tee i
at gootd tnse, sinceit ealstesldlt
toc get tegetle.. Liincg illtt rt
hscouses, felows'sdotnot igetaq ine
as sissy rcaneseenceeceito ettie
Proef. K'ratus wvisiceat te i g
errisg soetyctonsigiht, tesi'iPhtses eef
Mineraloegy etf Impotace to eengicteers."
'T'his easddress esiiits beof siceciliter est
I)ANC I C,
at Sctiet's Aaemytte. ('Cesse Se)tecetc
iS 10 et. se. ttti7 :30t p, set. icieat It-
ionst by appointenet. I
LOST-*.\ishigeect'e eel cc tc lob, .-
lesic buettcneattacedcl Retucrntot
Ciurte rns esteloeiri Ittst 7 ,I1.,ell . 2
Ness'asrivals c(in Ctetttcat-~shirt:,
Allies.thle'Clothtie r, .\lein t. Sc rSt
i'RtNINC'.iY--T'PSTVRSl'i:'l S.
Eliections careds asteel ll kinsc of eeli cc
ineg at loeset 5prices. Sipecsilrice givet
.or titckesorers. Xlichtigantted (reeler-
sity statiotnery a sipecily. i sadtitler-
'ers for typeweritineg. Tltiffe & Kitz
miller,"ocer Co-op. cod
We are givinteicbest pos'sibe lesr
isn suits, oecoeats ted raicit;e, ael Sec,'
;$15, $2o. Alien,,te' Cltier,. titteSt.
Bates' Orcestrses Ser lattcersreceic
tions, etc. Bell lphonte. 1,. ) BSidtes,Ej
Massager. 15 22
FOR RENT-Two large hosesesail-
ethic for clubhouses. George J.[taller
& oC., real estate antI insurance, 216
S. Main. if s
Wear Younsg as cc> (noteetceer
static). Alien,,te Clthtier. Mni cSi.
2 z2d.

then-rab! bltchigan! Mihigan!ra rh! ribsrob
Cuilege Brand Clothses were tirst ode
tee New Yorkers-buth to and out of Cut-
leeowsalol young men wlieh New Yorkf
castes arenwearttng thens. Extreme in enst
usend scyte-sthey reflect New York's ex-
acting standards. Qualty thte
_ Ihigheest 'eeattained-and yet
j moederate in price.

A FULL LINE OF FALL FURNISHINGS, HATS, CAPS
AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING.
STAEBLER & WUERTH,
211 S. MAIN ST.
Walk=Over Shoes
Men and Wornven
Special styles for College Wear
Thcis csestn we are showing an unusually large assortmnt
ocf Cuttom-Made Footwear. Sec Window Display for a Com-
plete Line of Fall and Winter Oxfords.
We are showing some especially stew
styles in Brown Cordovan, Blucher cuts,
three soles to heel, and a heacvy ibrass
eyelet and large cuff reitforcing the top.
Also a large assortment of black tusd
tan leather in celebrated Frech Calf
Skins, in Button, Blucher, plain Lace
aned Strap anid Buckle effects. If' not
Y acqtuaintsed with our label ask your
friend how they wear.
Prices, $6.00, $5.00, $4.00, $3.50
.7 WALK - OVER SHOE CO.
115 SOUTH MAIN ST.
ALL WOOL U
CLOT H IN G A4C10tie,

it stuenssts creednjoy assleacademiseic-
estcasiwell a store tersonsal se-
WVHAT'S THAI? 'c-sintticnse ither else fraternity house
rte cpetr ite hcaseleverallowitche mtte
PIPE THE PIPES it ic'itsereersonhetestI eSieveteyi
iTobc ct is i~ttes c S siftse University authorities., c'
It untri 5ad, 1 c sesescesyesteed, tooe if properly asS-
JOLLY'S cccestets e ctsla ce couneet edtonto sid
cc tci thsatstree sei stir e ~eepenst of acihotsiieomte
stie srsity spirit. Whtilcesemany- iting its
jsteen e ir sc-swttleS regret a chtasege titS
--igt,,cistess to w iiest tierbreadshbetweene
MRS JR TRQteesKI ss seti andgownt, SI dosteinek sthat Mtr.
"IR.J i TOA WIl Corinteeasestsneihat Seiehae said on
FASHIONABLE HAIRDRESSER 'tse etoesof else residence of stuedents,
iatou ecedsoneea real seteel of the-ULii-
lair Goods, Hairdressing. Shampooing
Manicuring, Face Massage o Specialty. rersety of Siichigas."
322 S. State St. 15p stairs) Belt Phone 329 iHerbert Clar-k, presicdente of tier 'stich-

_BANKS
TIt FARMEIRS AND MECHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS E
capital, $50,000, surptas and Prnfits, $65,00
General Banking iBusiness. 3ieeecenS paid.
un Time and Savings ieposistt. Safety Der-
postt Buses to rent ct $2.00 and upwasrds
R. Knuire, Pres.' W. C. 5 EV se.Vi~ce-Pres
F. it. BnLS. .Cash. H. A. WI~LL~IAms Asst
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank1
Oapitai stuck, 9$5,000. Surpluc.si,00
Riesources. $21,200,00
A tGeneral Banking Basiness Transacted
' OFFRS:Chetas. E. Biscc, t'res.; W. 0.1
Barriman. Vtce Pres.: Mit.tJ. Fritz.Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W4. J, Booth Jno. V. Sheehanc
Win. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughan
Jan. H. Wade EF. Mills
John Haarer Jno. Koch
Prof. B. S. Carhart Huey W. Dousglas
Christian Martn Dan F'.SZimmserman
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
On ANtNsARBOn, MICH.
F. 0. tItNNE, tHARRI~SON SOULE,
Pres. Vice-Pres.
SW. CLARKiSON, Cashtier.
Capital, $100S000. Srpussnd sodfuits. itaoSOS0

NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY YOUR
Suit, Overc ator
Cravenett
We are showing the Fight stykE at the Fight time
See our Hats and Spaldingi Sweaters
W ADH AMS ( Co.
F9..shions Store 121-123 S. Main St.

S-E E
The Palais Royal
209 E. Liberty St.
For the Latest Disigtns in
U& ofM«
PILLOWSt
AND
BANNERS
ALSO
Banners of Other Colleges
Cozy Corner Furnishings
in Japanese and Indian Goods
Everything in Bric-a-Brac.

German American Savings Bank0.M Martin FUNERALYoDIRECTOR.n
Co meolu o.zd Office 209 S. 4th Ave. Phone 98. Patent Leather Belts mvt adet thic Ho Ltno
Savin s Cueas01n00 301 5. 5th Ave. Phone 314 match your skirts r hlouse, 35e. Sanduct . kt Txttle's. 338 S. Stat,
piece of the dress goods whensendcing asst_____________________
Cor.. Ma~In aad Libaerty Street. AMBULANCE ON CALL THE BELTCRAFT CO.. BOSTON, MASS.

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