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January 27, 1905 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1905-01-27

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TTilE1 ICI-TIGAN DAILY.
, ,..,...."" THE MlCHIGAN DAILY, himt liv the Mlichighan hoard of cotrtol. 0
*-1li h o nei tiiiiiii act ion ws a re - ,
S E WOU'LD H-AVE CEntred as secn'td-class a atler at the Ane afirimiationi of raie No. 13, ofitheWet-~
TVYArbor lestoffie. ern InitercoliegiateConfernce,. which Congre
YOU TO KN"" uilintied dailyl(Aeoda exce pteddinlg the prohitbits copetition in athletic con
icniirOlnPhneyrat e117 C. Wa 'hincetacstreet. es i uria g the collecgetyar ithoit C r
O ld Pl hoine E39 ; iniw Phone rf76e.
Tllat we are dointg business at Managing Editor, J. STANLEY BALEY. the collegein iic tihle compeliting ath- adlitalt odegs
Business Manager, CLAUDE A. THOMPSON. letr is registerei._"1nmijiority vote if (Cars f ll # od dgs
OUR NEW STORE -:-the coniifereticewonilidprohahb'liy.bett. c- W el ii auoi ttk l
3 1South State 0Street Ac o Oreleto i ei n sttetti R itc tiearlt fdettt
CAletice . Js ------------C YEcL. -av rit ofd sg .
IThat our New WXoolens for
the cortting fall trade are
now ready.
That we make superb gar-
ments for gentlemen.
f That we appreciate your trade
" and respectfully solicit a
* continuance of the same.
f G. H. WILD CO.
rAILORS
311 South State Street.
NullTIC-'.t'hseoior frtits wlthor av
aot benourlaudtros eioutiittor-
dially initto comIeiiNOW.
Womec ............Ida M. Brownrtig
EDITORIAL STAFF:
A. M. Grarer Barry H. Andrewn
I. Waite Jayce
ASSOCIATES
Goarge A. Oshrn Arthur T. Hugg
Frantktli C. P1ali hs J. Carte Ogte, Jr.
A. H. Ortmseyer Sdney C. Mliler
Hugh Atten Wil 0. Sanford
Chua. W. Ambrose Loots Stickney
Chas. E. Wnstead Jerome Weadoch
BUSI!NESS STAFF
W. It. Hats E. N. Pusey
J. E. Fetzer A. B. Icmus
RIATES: $2.50 per Scar, or $200 if paid Cin
adveane.
Office Hearst 12.30 to 1:30 and 6:30 to 7:30
p. m. daily.
Address: CLAUDE A. THOriPSON, Business
rlanager, 331 Packard St., Telephone 461.
tinlat offer 'itlhletic scholarnstips' atad
Spreail swires all itter their snetitionsot
the contry attemtinflg to seeltre tite
test athletes, tisi act of dlebatrrinug a
finwois inpeerlein Illshi class.nnseemtt
almtiiist a noveity. 'The inst til the EUn-
trnity o it hilugant till far great, an
farasrecondsindiitptrestige tee con-
ceritei-,hbtt tlte actiottnshowsth' iat thte
A n l tiler1boaridIof cintrol kntottsnitn
bsus. It nliitts, alit, hots the
InardisuandstIiI eet tnt cetrtaittqilen-
tin f collegiate athletics."'
LITS VERSUS LAWS.
Conticued from page one.
P-RICE 50(c
See our State Street DispR$,
Bicycle playing cards 25C
All the pttpul ir games such 3S
PANIC
FLINCH
and PIT
always tn stock.
BOO KSTOR&0
STUDENTS IIEADQUARTERS
103-105C.Stain St. 316 S. State St.
IaH t iaughtt schotol for several yearn in
en a tae M Niclutgatt ialdalso downtin ttTexan.
Reltrttintg to is homelun tateite enitereid
-- -- the utiiernity' witht tilelaw ss'into
N # N~f Nf+NfO N 1{I~t I)r1' .3 X \ ' At I n27.iiytp
*"a ~ ~ jCALENDAR.
it EUs .1 JE,11 3 1. -So a recital iy ' )r.hennlar,
' + st'iii 1 X itt n tal, 8 p. ttt.
ii. 4 Jai.27 Intrdel eigi ntitrebate'fai-
E~~am SIAN l ite r n a eatet
I Jii 28(- iniiid ltttin"ThGi r t s-ou
+n' ivd kitit. ten.
/ , t +I~ l, uItCo. ditcih'nsflecnturgitig Tap-
++7 YX* . lpI tttnHa ll ite"' i'he tile Sndl ltine
4T. I l nl clfi ut it tte tlni i te
'0 T eqeto frtile lin i f t hetit
'I' i " ii i t nt eti n t ove r tta tat-r
'. tin' 'i''t t i 12 1 r itmy contiernsithe I n -t
l erit ciiogenwati othe t er Iini f thte
".+S~t- in amy eriest y ern' eititfroit
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It e Slvtn r alo neSis ays vt e
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Jutnge E. D. Ritnuestill ptresitleinter
the ndebnnte. Th'ie judagen are XV. X.
WXedemeya~er, Jatmtes Ii. XXatde tandXV.
V. Reitnard, of Seattle, an old grtt-
ute of thte law departtmtnt.
'lueexactt readntg of the qtuesinnins:
'Shtouldt aty cattdidaten firnetional.
nMnte antd coutety electionts arelnmifn-
ateally nifrect vote ?" Thue consatitu-
tionatlity of such a mteatnure isnededi.
'Te debate wiii be tunder tite autn-
pieat of thte Utiversity Dratorfiltnnso-
cintiotn. As admtinsion fee of twsenty-
ire centsil al be chanrged to all nn-
+
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Dai x
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Come in andse
___ the new greys . l
teetorhrltessieetestill gins aworsteds and i
snug reital it M'ii.'aiii i atll a i htl_____________ p
o'clock itis nstig. lie still ibe.ac- worsted chevioCt ,%
cotininnittis byins r.it Jinon ndmiiwillIanst)
ic asitnstellbyi 1. X i XX n Cl i s n ev
enii readntgn. X vaie nd Totvurjt"
ing ptrongratistnbeing plilred.No d-~ oureInvitC
its ui~u's'i.a e d to L 000
PH-ILOLOGICAL SOCIETY.
Thse Philological nociety willI mtet't1i11
roE ,,U iest al usa vn g, Jan. 31, at 7 :30 o'clnckn. Pattern
are to lie readl by Dtoctor 'Ttlock antd
Doctor Sttuart. 'T'he ssubject nif thte for- ~p ar !~ r. t
mar is, Did Chucoer Retinaette Citt-
terbury 'Pales ?" 'Taelatter wl pa n"meilM to sofI sriiontioin
Restored Builitngs."
Get a Hatmtbutrger at Night Luttel
Cafe, 301 S. State street. Almer N."AWell Lathered
Stoflliet, fortmerly wttit Jntck 1Fenst.~t
is half shaved. No aidn
'hlateset andunitp-to-iate t.lsibewell lathered without
nliiptpers fir tic Ā°"'hop-ptrusftrit rich, thick lather of
$2.00, $3.00 antul$4.00. Geonrat . ii Si
icr, 212 Sit. :Minitstreet. to-t.s I U A'S P T
)~~~~ NE COMPANY________
BEST LOCAL SERVICE
[yes [xamined Glasses Fitted
Easy Glasses for Uneasy Eyes
Ar
ARNOLD'S
Jewelry Store
OPTICAL DEPARTfIENT
E. H. ARNOLD. Optical Specialist
Lenses Duplicated Frames Repaired
''Otcnilo the tent recent exatpltes of
ntickitug teuntcinouslny'tinriules htas beeni
uhonitsythee t b'oaunrdlnf cenutrol of athl-
leticn at thue tUnivernity' of Michtigant in
decliarinag Ralph Rose itueligibale for all
timei. 'The chtauttiiotnlhot-putter cottt
heeds1uttuter the cohort of the Chuicagoi
.tiletic asnsnciatuiontutntmeet helti hu
the Patiume Atletic cltubaitt Ness'Y'sek
Cut.,nfer hpermuinionl hadi beeti refutnad
HOME TELEPH(
BEST LONG DISTANCE
@ e e e .. e e e m " RWdqiapqatgucOqyygb
nJ5G.+..tv..+uJft/.+4yqoJqpJqpq/p a4 4Jt4 Jf.+l5O ) n ,,a,}{ a+
Ihe Students' Lecture Association
1904 - f1itti~fltrztĀ¢880n - 1905
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COFF2E.
Always Fresh-Our Own Roasting
Golden Rio, per lb. - .- I1Se Mariacaba, per lb. -
Pedang Java, per lb - 28c Arabian Mocha, per lb.
Dean & Co.'s Blend, per lb., 20c
'Bc
2$c
RusseII1N. Conwell
Henry Watterston
Johnt T. MecCutcheon
SO'I3SA'S BAND
Gov. LaFollette
Edward Bole
Henry Van Dyke
Leland T. Powers
Champ Clark
Hamilton W. Mable
Oratorical Contest
k Open Number
214 South Main St.
DEAN & CO.
+I +I
SEASON TICKETS $1.00
SINGLE ADMISSION 50c
B i1i~rds
a Gentlematt's Game, is always an enjoyable pastimte
when played
at the Varsity Billiard Room
which has the finest equipmsent in the city.
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3 13 S. STATE
PHONE 9f1
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have your Pictures framed at De fries Art Store CornEMain'and Lierty

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