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November 16, 1904 - Image 2

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THE MICHIG&N DAILT
. ..N...NTHE MIICHIGAN DAILY. "vICI1HiAN 61R
W E W~OULD HAV E tee se 5 s dclssmt ter at th Atn Excellent Poster in November In-
Arbor t o______t __________ lander-Football Number of
2 u'lised d5 ey ('II eda1'exepteid) rI u itthe Merit.
YOU TO KNOWe - rt i17..W siitgua:street __
f ' ' * : t to [n~It xrsde etrancse) PonIs::3
The inlander for November, which
Thlat we re de i- bs~ness at Mnagng Edor, J. STANLEY BALEY. has jst ben placed on sale at the
Buines Mnagr, LAUD A.THOP SN.ooktore, aptar in, new attire
OUR NEW' STORE BniosMogr the entire contents of the maganite
31tSothStte tret Atletcs---------------- C icin l, g giventtiltt o footall. Fromt
3NSuhSaeSre ews. -.-.._. ATaHU . POUsDcover tocoeterit it filled w ith short,
Esotisges ............ t osephi1'. tKerr cittp articles by Michigan's present
SWnen....e.....Miss Ida M. 3owrigg athletic offlers ait old players who
F'DITORIOAL STAFF: were start on the gridiron.
That our New Woolens for ' A. M, Graeree harry H. Adrews The magaine is alo very well it-
the coutitng fall trade are IL Wte Jye Itstrted, containing as a frontis-
nlow reeeA.Otesdryi. .oag piece a large Ihaftone of the coach
tiny eebeson .u Earle T. le, Jr. with "Te smile that made htlhi-
A. i. ortiieyer Sdsey It. Min ee gpnfamos."
That we make superb gar- Chugh AAnmose Xiii u. Sanford Thtwleyasofoblltre
mets for gettlemen. Cas. E. XWistead Jerome Weadoct between Chicago and Michigan since
BUSINESS STAFF they net for the first time in 892
WItMas E. N. Pasy are weltod in an article enitled,
That we appreciate your trade J. . Feter A. B.I. tis The Mtichign-Chicago Gaies tast
aud respectfully solicit a RAFS: $2.50 erearin, or 2.00 if tiaid in and present. "Pitret of Yost's
continuntce of the satme. advanee. fotr campionhip teams are used
p. i. daly.to illstrate this article.
.4.4A Ofice Hour: 12:30 to 1:30 and 6:301o730
p. m. dily. ' A fuliae idrawing of the foot-
G. H. WILD CO. Address: CLAGIE A.TIInOIIPSON, Busaines ball warrior etitled "Oh hw he
PALR ianoage, .31 Packard 3t., Telephone 41. ra," which has just lately aper-
I-ALO-------___-____--______ed in oter fiorm, ser'e admirably
311 Soth State Street. in the story, "The Fllack."
t '5 ots,. Butitthe cutitwhich list attracted
NOrE-Thtse of or friens o i: have_ the mtost attenion antI which promi-
diotStsorailely sai ietto beeta "seller" for the itaga-
t nieooe~V Wednesday November 16, 1904. ine is the ful tage halftone of the
NNN N NO"Michigan Gir," wearig an "M"
Editor Today-Chas. W. Ambrose. sweater,ter hair somewhat 11shv
* M teled. She is in alt resects the ideal
.Xti1chigan girl.
ETBOS \fcwi d r n I ommm::::c :ol A glance at he ctntent shows the
pearE EX-BO KSiteDl htnqhyp prexceltlce of Iihe tagaine for this
IALLDE neb i h'Ili:sarigth isti moiinnh:i"'A Wot fromi the Coach,''
DEPARTM4ENTS : 1tli re:i ertilig of alloitig Fielding H. Yost; "The Player Mo
the i nme'of the siner to be usedl fo tivs," Won. C. Utole; Poem-"The
Fever" F. Mlonalt Lowe; "The
pubicaionina Dtrot ewsape. tMiciganChicgo Game-at and
is 'oly jut to sathla te Daily diditPrsent," L. . Hull, I.; ''Michi-
ifO JNTAUN P[NS nit bletak..faitl:andtd:iilnottivegutthel ga's Fotbal Traiing," Keene
from $1 u sittlit~ snutt ftt ptltliai n 4'i' Fitpatrick;: "Why It Is Diffcltleto
from$1 u tucnf' nae fo pubicaion.TheScre a asterni Game" harles
All guaranteed. L Da ialwayi~s edelaor' t fotl-IBaird; Poe-The Tackle," F. Se
Io tte wises of otylody :ho Donaldt1owe; 'Is Footall Enthus-
ttt:tiaitnatltecltrsiasmi Dying?" i. H. Montgomery;
wtesacmmnctonade(tos "Sy Most Strentots Fooball exe-
M7A'1I NIrAT 'CAL iobsrve t the letter the newisapie eti ience," Neil W. Sow; Faculty Snail'
quete hatreqirs sch ouresytoshots' Te Foolbacl," Harlan P.
DRAW'INO i6 sl R e irs ieic~lrt0 i owe; Al-Michigan Tean; "The
pat rtons The tDaily Ineer divlges a _Right 'Tackle" Becta M. Sherwood;
('NS'1'IMr1N1'S neto ano- lltlscr tpaper, welaskedto litoem-"Tee aSkull," T. S. Sar.
shall' A Letter front John F. M-
lkssp it scret. I sice to Cil( Ginl~oy Leat; Michigan's Scoring Ability;
staf, itsentis nicessary t state tat it At the Sign of the Ass's Heai;
AT"ILETIC GOD098 sl ottibreak faith i: the instance c- Among the Boos; Michigan Yells
and Sons.
(erred:1t. The iformatitniwitslb- J. Stanley Baley, who is at prs
rin:ith lrough sm tue he r siturce. et managing editor of the Michigan
Daily has been added to The It-
Coei e a rcsContinued from first page. ander staff and will look after the
tires as 'soon11as necessary and untilideartmnt of exchanges,
lit toe they masy rest assured tat J. LeRoy Mibrn has been ap
this'd1atger is so slight as to be a- pointed one of the assistants on the
SHEEHaAN & .iU ICO most infiniesima" satixwsbsiness staff.
it 1 "ow un you inksalo a The mnaaging editor soil business
320 S. State St. brought In Ann Arbor," le was ask- manaoger announce that there are
ed.sllt places to be filei on the eitor-
-G"p " I amtii.llsre" said lie, "bittIiatsoul busnes staff and that the
_ hinki some studet brotght it here complettive system of merit will be
_______________________ after at visit to his honie. There sre adopted in the selection of the men.
y rsallytplaces in the state where the
Your Eyes Wo't Tire disease has tade its aplerance, ETSCHER VEREIN
notablty at Battle Creeks. to general
ut they are fitted with the pi'o- hioweverthe paters say the diseae Meeting Friday Nov 1 at S. p. in.,
per glasaes. Studying is ms'de ain omC .H. NGLOT
pleaure if you weal' Arnold's ithIleetlace is of a mild type RoiCUH NGLOT
as .Hsseilyi ys I In not belive it was brotght bak President.
and eye glasses-it busiines, to iy tutdents who went home to vote
fit the one to the other. bease, the time that has elapsed Studiy Ntv 1- InterDeartmnt
sie, has been almost too short for dubht-G(enerli Rsel A Agr
the development of the disease." presidng offlr
Emil Ii. Arnold, I"gene T[[ITO U C fr1AN
With Wi. A sold, oslege Jeweier O t T L P Otl a" AN
BEST LONG DISTANCE BEST LOCAL SERVICE
Have you. seen them?
THEY'RE GREAT!
W~e have sonme of tie origin-
al drawvings for our new
ART CALENDAR Of.
EVENTS
ont display in our State street
store windowvs. The calendar,
will be on sale in a fewv days.
Watch for it!
BOOKSTORES
UNIVERSITY HE-ADQUAP TERS
103-1015IN. Halo St. 316 S. Stale St.
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frtomt ellttolirs, sonl combiines ini a
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cor,':slt'styli' antI seroleeshiesess 01
a sioderate cost.
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The Students' Lecture Association
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SCOFFEE.."
Alwalrs Fresh-Our Own Roasting
Golden Rlo, per lb. - - 15C Mariacaba, per lb. -184
Pedang Java, per lb - - 28c Arabian Mocha, per lb. - 280
Dean & Co.'s Mlend, per lb., 20c
S2fh'{Shhmain St. DEAN & CO;
H hd**toHH **I 1--,-r ,~.-' -h--s ... 3 c'' F 3c h'Fmi '
Itussell N. Con-well,1
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SOUSA'S BAND
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Next Number.-John T. MCCutCheon==Nova 16
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