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November 18, 1903 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

TrHE MIC21-IIGAN DAILY the two leadig 'Western Univrsitie
Fall 1n journalism can scarcely be consid-
Enteed s nc clss n~aiellxs'.eAss erd as other than beneficial.
a ll u c m e t rt e,, tte dgnla yad GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES.
itatnl iinsn o Unmlltn an
A movement is on foot to obtain
I11UtHNAI1U11 O5(iNEhiIO: enughl money from Yae, Harvard,
ISusNess MANAGIST ith(colleg clb at Manila, Philip-
Ils~o I. II TUN
The Largest sod Most tone islands. T'he object ii establish-
Complete Line of harsitls: tg such a club is to furnish a place
Att(e. - - - tosiur . nV I Cuseo(i amusement and recreation to the
Nes, ----- .1. S. IAl5y Americans, many of whom are col-
ASSIATS: ee graduates who are in the civil
A Mt Graver, Henry P. Erwin places at Mtanila with the advantages
Ni A Coliso. A. d. tmesiyer. of a club of this sort.
W O O L N S 10410 Y.Kerr. Soddarid S.Mulre
S teolt A. O isb ftirlt '.niit. andiitarywoservifCe.Trne afr-n
w ~iL ~isiIlI~i I~rd I Siiil . now whio come forward with a
Edior oda-ARHU C.POUD, etof "ue for Freshmen." They
in Ann Arhirtiltefounid- are as follows:
at G. H. Wild &Ci's, 118 f tiiiti 1litsiii fttaiu } it 5Viaxs,aytitutii i "l. No freshman shall give a
East Washingtos St. Great std's1. t ttqut atic i t. ieit, 54811tfidge prty in any of the small draw-
pan haive eeiiIties in - tng riooms in the clege, snless at-
thi' seectiontof tll stills Ofilee Hours: 1230 is 1:30ail 63 Cs 73 tetilttity a chaperos.
troutserings & oelcilatill' des p. an. Daily. . Nti freshman shall invite male
for' this seaon. Ades-OCEB UTN uiesMn
.alter 331 Packard Street. gests to alylif tht sighly dances is
Telepsne, 461. te sage llsynsiasium. Members of
ththeltlr classes may invite meis on
Tj W I D CO.Lllsltay evening of each week.
1H.1 2.Nl freshnan shall g go oult div-
G.lf I D O " i~ with a nman. salg
108 . Wash. St. CALENDAR. it tw i t an on tie'cantputs."
"Orfbfff00f~f~~fii 0ffNv. 17 lei tlt'ItflyPol. V4clatgl- '1111' titoieiiat the University o
* 3 ~~iiii in 'lTppaialI t, at 3 p, Chiclatg011w have an Athletic Asso-
StwatEdad hte*elcation of their twi.Membershils
SteartEdwrd hit ttt I8-T to' 11113bylProf. Ittlatigliare tol be ol threIdistinctions; honor
A . . . f r ua ' lne"pninto'tI ulatIl i . r illmbint o nctlsistiig ott girls Iplaying
* ov 015111m(,'s Lilte ii' is 1 oii camplionlshipl teiii,anti girls wi-
? THE FOREST Nov 'I0.-ttlc' s by)c.N. Shmlit rtnilittl its in Ilie'gymnastic mets:
" oo ihdmai,,tfo the ttt1001tttofitt lrttlSi a7i dn ,active Iart in thlttic games;
A Thoee-s PFog-ty 'litititail 111lt'i'ttroot' ssoi t5.O~at'lmembters, cnsis~ting of girls
$/5 A2 Ii t 7::;0. who are 1dlolin g itwor t:ite gymna-
ANov '.2 r li V i ll' I I 'de at shItt'for is chrtgd foll-adiis-
sacid of Mr. 'iWhite tillt Iihe ''Its-_2Nt._21. Obelin lltas. Mtih1ian. esi ty otf lC talitllimia. For a few
A hpwerto Ilkllyou' ii tic- __the mmts 10Iltheig gymsnaitmuwass in
e-c 1ieLfo akeon tllfeel the set'l' DAILY1WEtiK LY HMEETI1N. cnd1111" turnishedllstillicict ight to
an sint tile elitpters o Id ''or ''01' g lii ,11litt t it iOft' ciltiuilltheIpto'glrtram. Last year i5
i r 11 tlii le 11is u lt fhsw r sm rs i D iY Eltrz l l 18: Ciwi l i hldtit. s i'm 1ir Illtu till' cri ed Ol oft, itn
tndiidvalelnttr-Is 1110 thi long*
trail o the'ilds iolCanad , 2
titsof Ii oiee-at.skech oft hei- . A n o a'it te w rd of 9rlytgt 1ilnn tuet
ofth te no1r1111111t' iiithern1cliltrillpe iie-'.'madenex wheit i cago111'te Phlittipie, The Filipimowe'
" tureeofithtl'gratitfoiest iits S-aooliltalilt Miian aily1111111 I boughillt. lIhree t tl'eaxpeneofttthe
mainy aiiilvar'tiale mtods,11i15H * Itt I 'I al.l il IliIletitl 1111f tWet'k- Ui tedliiStalls glvi-it nit aid will
w tll tier 'uclni iil1111tils silt he ii 111-lldIllin the Aiorican coll'ges
f*gvela.reumeofthe 1ev1e1lts fa A ftertir 11edu'ltcation ts cmnpletel
* *we l. i Our siter I l cil Iandt arl tli' l l b11eIIre~trniedl It ill'e Phlip-
c~ f lflt lY . u9erobet iII 11111111 l tirin erIllmc 11s and1 011aiditie iworikof aing
CC.JJ t 7 Oaitg a I hu ;bonIbel w hill reai' 14110 1I i Ittii115 tlAimerican 51taidars.
AN A~SARBOR, DETROIT, 3in1st1itut111ios cs i tt -I ttt'ti'l5l tare 1_____a___-
2320 S. StaeS. 16 Woodward Av. rlaity 011111 atl';ilt ntil~. 1111 ltterts HISTORY OF BARBOUR GYM.
f* ri~~ ff~~e 0ill t helat 111 ill rlilii'e'si 0tiltt
O IOixCENTRAL LINEf I t oils111u ty 1th Iisleas sitlllhy tltitllyaidI mae a I-eaing ioom 1oe
0~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~h ee"I E 114 i Iilit lei 0tis tplhasi'f it e ItheliitillbIactIarlot, wheie all the cruret
~ tli.Alllullns it a lie'lary atitdimagzin/ie may le tfoun. New, te
DIRECT LINE shls i atreiwill le itoiteeilcom-gyai umi is ltewhat le firesight of
TOED T CLUB11 to y tan iat tems of111 initeri-Itei'sdnt Atgell wishii'i it to le
Tv LEDO TO l~~~iwUll BUSh 'itrayintoint'1111fir llelhom11for1'til'Ihe gils ; ad lat ioii.ime ii
During Thanksgiving Vacation chiasige- litcoillge'eti-teIas beeti tlaig gulles, or doing aplaatus
II illbe 1 i ll sitini toi iii1111 11 pr'tleedwithI' benefical-lt r'el lstlts It'e- t 11111,''tilt" ieain~g Ilroom is sire lo
ill youliIiI'. Eal,' a nd the1111 ff1 ct ofI t hell II 1'u1111i ll 111'ing or eaing.
203 E. Washingon S. 'Phone, 23

Your Entire Needs in
SLaw, [MIedical aild
Sall University
: Text-Books.
T New and Second-Hand.
SDrafting Instruments and
2 Engineering Supplies2
t A Specialty.
The Right Prices Alwas.
ISecond-Hand Books Z
" Bought and Sold at
Z WAR'S
3 BOOK STORES, *
fUP TOWN DOWN TOWN.
I[ YOU'V[ B[[N
ACCUJSTO'WD
tohingi your7101shillts
smade to 11easu0rc 1111
ate the . : .. . .-
....'VARSITY SHIRT....
Theii fitting qual-
tie as swell as thei
* roomlin ess stilllppel
to fitu.10Made is all
hic new efeti Sf t ,nd Sif11
IGoodspeed's
ensToger I1I7 S ain
"Don't trifle with
yottr face.' Use
Williams' Shaving
Stick.

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OCLAN M. ACABOLT, Manager

tbvs~a' lRovember 19tb
Frank L. Perleyj Presents
Juhill Mtirlo'xe's origihial, coiiplete $20,000 New York
Criterioii Theatre Production
"ISS ROSELE KNOTT as f"ARY TUDOR
aiid a Cast of Fifty People.
Seats now Sclliiig at 5oc, 75c, $ i and $ i .5o.

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/ Joehir Barnes' Big C Ct 01111
II } Eh1 f 1 2-Big Ihurlesq'li ars hinagGirls-40O
treals sellicnaZ, M. i 0, tO i
MYONDAY, NOV. 23:. BOSTONIANS IN "ROBIN HOOD."

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