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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
PURITrAN I1O[
FOR MEN and WOMEN
Before buying, see our new Fall Styles and you will look no f urther
NONE BETTER AT ANY PRICE
Ill S. M1ain St.

PENNYCOOK.
The Confectioner. 310 Sooth State St. 4 o0 R E N T S C H L E R For anything in the tine of I
FieConfections. Lonches, do Maker of Photographs Framing, Call on Reotsthler, 0
FieI05Phone 389-2r. Corner Main and Hluron Streets. 5
Whiyibuy candieslha enthe00 I :1,o- I05
lt osW othnt~ os'lonetelot00.0 $ a 0a * U>~o
lrae os noor:in fresh pt. zsr, 010'o * c M o~ao c 1 4
005000 01 Co ct o olan h ve1Owlio
p s 5 o ui our tasteis Cosocy 0w. Sluenets ccaisea nn"vrm "
plotesboes in-.05le omos omp t 1"011ot- U Lniversity Notices.l0etbbo
feCioner00y hod or in theeiv. tiel00-I b ty selling I ictet s. Seoe Is.L
Ice Cream. Soda Water. Tursner, Newblerry tfall.
NOTICE TO CLASS MANAGERS. ----
PENNYCOOK, In accordance Bath tepoionn BahSupoplies of all kinds at alt
301 SoultS Sttott. the constitutiono of the Athletic As-prcsaCuhn'Pamcy
+ . . ~._.,...* .... t ociatieii all class football teano in- Freoh Lowney's, Allegrettlo, Spar-
sigmia must he submitted toi the 'Var- ( row's and Hoyler's Chocolaten at Cush-
0+"A +4'10do S'r~o+tb0d'I'S sity iootloaol manager, snot his apporov- ing's Pharmacy.
MO E OA E N at obta0000d before caps and swecaters _______--
~ MO EY OANE ONT. B. ROBERT S, expert optician. All the lat-
Waitches, Ito sec ode, Football Manager. cot approved appliances and methods
Jlorcciy snotall 11igho f 11120 S. University Ave. known to the profession are employcol.
(.as cat tett 1nsds New eye glasses litted, lenses doipli-
ColaealSeuit.NOTICE FRESHMEN. cated, frames repaired, Halters Jew-
BUSINESS STRICTLY CONFIDENTIAL.. X44 ltf'tgli0r classes for compuioolsory ery Store.
4,~3 woor0 boiocinth ie gymcnasiumsc Bon-I
,W. J. LOURIM.'t lay, Nov. 2. B. badoges given away at Locells,
Roo 7.Ileni-1Bock Poneoo159. REENIO FITZPATIRICK. \Voedtesday, Nov. 4.
" e~ic ~ir o1:0 tot 4:3s. A4___We sold your Grandfather goods
University students desiring to so.aiei- i eaiigwe eatn
+44 '4. 14'' ""S""Scure positions to teach will find it toi ed school here. We want to keep it
U '1 e X. . &U. RILW Y their interest to write to James F. up and do yooirs. Halier's Jewelry
D., , A A.& ~l RALWA McCullough, 639 Fine Arts Bldg., Chi- Store.
5TANDAR jD TIME saco. tf. Fountain Pens at Cushings.
ForocDe~troot hlcfhoourly Cfrooooo6tl5 a. so. ocotil .
6:to t.mlo. ITheoourooocy ounttlt1:15. Foor TYost- Woili tthoerono ookoooHtestoon's Typewriting neatly done. Wcater C,
cwloonly, oct lt oc1t.1col ~ildat. 7oc 5 . borsutclcwi
.ttcclcStos oost CoooD . wo cott 1 . sui:caewit-le ecelet-oolion was Willis, 1247 Wilmot St.
'.then atotoil i.m.and11so . o nolti. c fMi.in torogess at toe1Lawttuiiliong Sun- O Pi~N-MEES 1
Waiting Room, Heron St., W. of tain.daotfternionct, cetoocn totsameot-tooD- JB PITN -MYR,2.
Do 'OUWAT A(' 401) . rctorcs ofioc, Watecocon Gyimncasioumo, Main St. S. Phone 281.
Dot too i~s~iA t0)oD .. . at once.

Money Loaned
ON
Watches, Diamonds
DOrotherrs~ osaitptr010erty cot
valuoe. Wastoes ascotJIewelry Re-
tairted.tBotgins in Wa~tches
sod Itiasotonds.
tOfl i oat co-oldence, 31 E. Lib-
erty Strt-et, Aros Aroc. hours S
to 1:lt0 a. 000.0 1 to1:0 p.i., 7 to
t9C~ o. i.AltltBusitness (Contiden-
tialt. .JOS[PH C. WATTS.
Che,-lle's
American & [uropean Hotel
Osnerv Day grad Night
Prvt tii~ oos andt l ti oo m oocs
BILLIAPD HALOL, OOWLOIoO ALLEY AND
Toy 0c ooua outo derolecoinst(Ntks
209-211 N. 4th Awe,
fIRS. M. A. PINGERLE,
GYM. SUITS AND BANNERS.
10)00. 1tO.O0tA bl.EltAJ,1.
No-xt tor Co dwards Brcotlers, over
StheetcaOO5IBook Store.
Pictllres and Fraumes
DElflRk.t5 ART .5TORE,
21.7 S. tFourthoAvetooe.
DARLING & MALLAEUX,
Pillows, Penannts, Fancy Goods
andt Notions.
226 S. STATE ST,
Rowe's Laundry,
326o N. 51t1 Ave.
THOMAS ROWE, Proprietor
Bell Phontie 457"
~Dwight E. Watkins,~
TYPEWRITING
Do- ustattrtd to 323 S. Mains St.
an av s toll Cfor yousr wert.

$1.00 FOUNTAIN PEN?
Try She "UNIVERSITY."
Mann's Drog Since, 213 S. Main SI.
Preidet:V.lPresioetec.
S. 00. 0CLARKSON, tocotict,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
(W0 ANN Al ltt)1 NCIBft(1t4
CAPITAL, - $100,0oo00
SURPLUS AND PROFITS. - $40,000
THE ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEASHSIP LINES.
Trainlteavce AootcArboroeby CentralOStantdard
EffectbivetOtoer :6,.11000
SO(01114 NOP'tlI
No. 6i 7:20 A. to. Noo.t0-,01:00 A.At
Noc. -11:33 O A. sM. Noo. 512:0 1' c .
Not. 4--- t:,:5 . s. No.3 - :1 5:311. M
'.t-raios o. od 6 runobtweooonArmoAror
cstl Tooleonlotoy.
ftramoo- , 0. 13,2.4.5, andto6, daoilyexocept Sococlot
Frechaooir cars onNoso. 1toi4.
V I. Ii.t.5 Ageot.
J.. 1 KIthiY, 0. P. A.

iItoots Orchestra, Phone 822. Strict-
Lost-C. of B. Mdosicoal Cluob watchic y np-to-date and first-class. Any com-
fob, seasont 1901-02, o0n Cathesrine, tbination of instruments desired. Trapts
State or Ann. betweetn Unoiversity atnd song hits a specialty.
Hospital, Baito street. Natoe otoI
backo. Retorts too 1207 Willaord street: 11. Ibadoges ;gientoawaOy cat, kovell's,
and receive reward. \VednoesdlayNote. 4.
Front Salle to Rent-One block west sSultlsnD )5 soo,oT uros'o,0
of Camnpbs; sitngle beds, large clothecs
presses, grates, a stationary wash- Pantorium---3:3 S. Stale. Clothes
stand, batho, gas and telephone. 521 ealled for and delivered. Phoone 582-
E. Jefferson St. 'r.
BOOKS FOR EVERY STUDENT'S LIBRARY.
Tayltto'tIto ertoto 00000000 icttotLawo . lootllolst fCotoand t l~.thtortty.- o lso
000 10000Yoliit.al rotoooot. IVto.. Th000000,U. S. ContstituotionaooIl histto ;otlo-.
ti=" tudboy 1. S. ObS~tolCoatio oono'kr' onstit tionof the I1. S. loots.
ItIoooiotols istorcy ottheblott soiatio Prc asoe o.
Special Prices to UI. of n1. Students.

(fan 1blihera arlxo
ANN ARBOR
BRANCH.000

SAN & COMPANY U. OF A4. TEA ROOM
I Importerza) CHICAGO Dainty Lunches
SERVED PROM 8 A. M. TO 7 P. M.
State Street, Opp. Law BlIdq. At LOVELL'S Corner Store.

Electric and Gas Fixtures and Construction.
Plumbing anod Steam Work. Alt at Re sosabie Rates ansd First-Class Order at
J. F. SCHUH'S, 207 E. Wash irgtos.UL R'
PHYSICAL TRMINING IN WRITING,
thoetooukotor ai ine.Ieole ail ct thetim I:,11oo ot I, i n o r co C - s - colt - - .0
pp. ils.t coo I proi0e1loTese i yso so- ireocmo ts' orsodnecus y
ator $7to.orif tome I will-sdthe oot nco s orf. ilClevur a
phy-csiltrainoino; cotrapidowritin oro$M)Coor00010 week1foe 50.Conuietos eli
adostitive ootCor or bodrting.loc dividaicty ecosine.to 1esPemn n
one00leson1c. oo eAtddoess Prof. 0.5IXLER, Madison St. & Ogden Ave.,Chicago, Ill.
Pt Thie W.C. Kern Co.
41B. 57th St., Chicago.
C sand Gowns made to or-
der and rented.
Pennants for all collcgeo and
fraternities carried
SedfrCatalogues.

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A New Sleeping-Cfir Line Between
+DETRZOIT, TOLEDO, COLUMiBUS
Leave Detroit to p. it., Michigani Cetitral.
Leave Toledo 12:3o Night, Hofkinmg Valley.
ArieClmbs65 . iHcin.aly
PARLOR CARS ON THE DAY TRAINS.
:Say "Hocking Valley' to te ticket agetnt or write
L. W. Landmainoo G. T.~ A., Detroit, Mich.
r l 440'0' ^ ri+.*i++ai +doo *ddoo1'+4.A. +-*.-++++ + '2'4444'2"2.4+ '2.S'4 +~'

IRS $c~L1.tA5.i0,ocr.&~flS1~ lot - - - flt

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G~rolf'n in Turkey.
Perfected in Egypt.
Enjoyed in America.
Cook Tips orPlaio.
Save the Couon.

Always Ahead
In Styles,

MIL WARD, 'THE TAILOR.

The Best
of Everything in Tailoring,

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