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November 12, 1903 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1903-11-12

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"The Nia garaFalls Route." 1oW i IT ?
ANN ARBOR to + You young fellows are the most particular trade in the ;
N ABOland, and all these years clothes makers have been giv-
ing you the tag of their production-never considering
BUFFALO you important enough for a distinctly different class of ;
NEW YORK garments, till
with direct connections at Chicago for St.
Louis, Kansi City. St. Pau and the est. came along and produced those smartly tailored gar- '
Fer information adthirough ticketsecall onuor
write to W. W. CASE, Agent. Ann Arbor. ments that have already brought us the bulk of the towns
=- - - ---- oung men's trade. Made just like special-order suits.


bring forth the " Fulton" and
"Broadway Box" Overcoats
bearing this famous mark
k:ifred jdejamin q
The " Fulton": exclusive ker-
seys, meltons, friezes, 'vicu-
nas, Scotch cheviots; 47
inches long, full.skirts; new
cloth turn-up at bottom to pro.
tect silk lining. The "Broad-
way Box": same rich fabrics;
44 inches; more conserva-
tive, hut charmingsly coerrect.

Chapin St., between tiuron St. and Miller Ave.
Phone 809.

Every bit as extreme as you want and priced to meet
your purse.
Staebler (&. Wiuerth,
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NwBrlnswick Tables COMMUNICATIONS.
Continued from page one.
REID'S BILLIARD PARLORS, posed Thanksgiving game at Detroit
Ftne Cigarn and Tobaccon last year.
FA.. ECIPrsp. 312TtaeSt., Why, then, should not a preference
JAS. W. REID, Prep. 312 State St., S. be given to students, and why
I have ust received the largest and finest shouldn't all outsiders, to whom these
line of games are a luxury and a recreation,
Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes hear the brunt of the expense?
ever brought to the city. If the management of the Associa-
Fine Lunches inConnection. tion or a, one e , has any sug;es
Everything Neat and Clean. tions to offer in supporttof the exist-
308 S. State St. R. E. JOLLY. ing conditions, I am sure the students
would be very glad to hear them; one
ththSchool for Dancn ing is certain, something shtuld be
tThe Sho o DnigIdone. isSTUDENT.

Ground floor on Magnard Street i A CURIOUS WORD.
One Block west of State Street The word "Benjamin" is a signifi-
Stores. 'Phone 2-4-6 cant example of the influence of cus-
+"++++++ _+_++ +++ tom on the English language. Ac-
cording to the Rev. E. Cobham Brew-
er, the noted English philologist, the
YOU CAN GET A 1 work signifies "a smart overcoat, so
H u ncalled from a tailor of the name, andt
rendered popular by its association
At Tuttle's, 338 S. State with Joseph's 'coat of many colors.' "
g Peacock, the Englis'h humorist, in his
"Melincourt," says "Sir Telegraph
proceeded to peel, and emerged from
his four Benjamins, like a butterfly
. from its chrysalis;" and elsewhere,
Lessons, $3 per Term of 12 Weeks refering to a different character,
UNIVERSITY ACADEMY, State Street writes. "His heart is seen to beat
PROFESSnORSCnTT, PRINPA L through his upper Benjamin." Lock
hart, in his "Life of Scott," speaks
PALACE R PARISIAN of "a vastly scientific and rather
a crve professor, in a smooth drab Ben.
amin." George Ade, of "Fables in
..LAIJD Y GlI 11 Slang" fame, garbs his hero in a
Office 615 East William St. Pnone 657 fawn-colored Benjamin."
Work called for and delivered promptly 't'hough the word is used by writers
. [. DOWLER, Aqt in a humorous sense, as a matter of
fact, since Alfred Benjamin & Co.,
Cracker Jack the well known New York manufac-
turers, have been advertising their
Furnished for parties and church fine garments, custom has not only
ibrought the meaning back to its orig-
socials at wholesale prices. . ' inal (letinition but has also caused it

MEETING OF BASKETBALL COM'S. Warmthstyle, fit, workman-
A nieting of the basketball cit
mittees for all the classes was he ship, and wearability are here
in the director's office at Barbour in a happy combination that
Gymnasium Monday evening. Miss none but BENJAMIN tailors
Greene, of the sophomore class, was have ever seemed able to prod
appointed secretary of the committee
meetings. Dr. Snyder announced that duce.
the meeting was called to fix the time The price is right. Yourmoney
of practice for the various classes Sat back if anyhting goes wrong.
urday mornings. The practice hours We alone sell them in this city.
were arranged as follows: Sopho
mores, 8:15 to 9; freshmen, 9 to 9:45 C G E & .
juniors. 1ll:3(t 11:15; seniors, 11:15 109111 East Washington St.
to 12. The hbutefruto9:45 ttC10:30t
is to be reserved for general practice
when any girl in the gymnasium is in-
vited to come and exercise. The time
for the meeting of committees in the
future was fixed for 12:45 Saturday.
The next meeting of the committees
will be held two weeks from Saturday
in the director's office, at the gymna-
A general discussion was held as to
the advisability of having several THE BEST
practice games played between the
upper class teams before the regular
season opens, to serve as example
games for the freshmen. The plan
met with general approval, and was CLUETT, PEABODY & CO.
unanimously adopted. It was impos MAKERS
sible to set a time for these games
however, until later in the year.
hr. Sndyer exiulaineid that Miss Stu ___________________
art would be present to coach each
of the four teams, once every two Phone 582-3r
weeks. On the alternate weeks Miss Pa
Harriet Thompson, '03, will do the o
coaching. Miss Thompson was one
of the stars of her team last year, and
is a thoroughly able coach. Now and
then, as occasion permits, Dr. Sny- Cleaning. Pressing. Re airing.
der herself, will help in the coaching 336 S. STATE S
by advise, practical suggestions, and
personal supervision. (Over CushnaIg's)
MRS. TRUEBLOOD'S RECITAL. Clothes called for and
Mrs. Thomas C. Trueblood will give
a dramatic recital at the Methodist Delivered.
Church this evening. The recital will-
consistof readings from George Leave Orders at Cushings or
Eliot's masterpiece, "Silas Marner"- Phone 02-3r.
the weaver of Raveloe.
'This is the first time Mrs. True-
blood has given a recital here fur
seven tic eight years. Ill health hboo ' lb Iocbrintl,
been the cause of her non-appearance
for she enjoys her art as thoroughly u nitary plum ber,
as the audience. 'he last time she
gave a reading here the Methodist Zt~ am & Oneiffitter.
Church was crowded. She delivered
this same entertainment at two Chau . bone 667. 303 Z. State Et
tagua conventions, on the Pacific coast
last summer, and crmics and public Get your books bound at Schleede's.
were enthusiastic in their praise. -40

301 S. State St. F. Be GILBERT, to apply to men's clothes in general.
This is certaiily a remarkable illus-
$5.00 IN GOLD tration of the effect of wholesome
To be giveraway Wednesday, November 25, popularity.
10:00 p. M., at the Benjamin clothes are for sale in
Pickwick Billiard Parlor and this city exclusively by C'utting, Rey-
Bowling Alley er&Co.
Under new management. For exlanation TAMMANY BRAVES EXPECTED.
call and see us. 707 N. Univ. Ave.
-Four Tammany leaders, Messrs
Pantorium, 326 S. State. Cleaning, Gaffney, Murphy, Moss and McGaff-
Pressing and Repairing. Clothes ney, will be the guests of Dr. W. T.
called for and delivered. Leave or- Lungerschausen, of Mt . Clements, at
ders at Cushing's Drug Store, or the Michigan-Wisconsin game Satur-
'phone 582-3r. day.

WAGNER .& CfkPANYI,4 Imorting Tailors 123 Southn Street,


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