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THE 'MICHIGAN DAILY.
C* CLOTH ING Th arn:1sadth I REDUCED PRICES IN MEN'S FURNISHINGS
HART, SCHAFFNR 0X
ZINVENTORY SALE MARX GOOD8 S -
Dress and Street Gloves, Bath Robes, Dress and
11111,ing t I h n l t.tl1he monh ftJnury tvin e1 Fancy Shirts, Hosiery and Late Styles in Neckwear
111t MO ted $ObSutHs d Ovteroatt.....0 15 00 -h ALL REDUCED IN PRICE DURING JANUARY
A1 $3t s and Overote s a...of ..... 12 50
.;. Sah RKbs. t Cost So l~t stun "Street. MACK & COMPANY.
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121 L. Washington St.

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Established 1881 106 Huron Street, Eas
BVR.CHiF'IELD'S FINE TAILORING TRADE

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We are prepared this season to meet every demand, as
we have increased the number of workmen. An usual
we have Ube Fiest Line of Woolens in the
city. Art and Skill will predominate in our work as in
the past. We respectfully invite your enquiry.
S. W. BURCHFIELD

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OYSTER BAY IIANOSI!IRUIR, Caterer, SOUTH STATE ST. Mone
CATERING CO.
GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES. PROFESSOR PATTENGILL ILL. Wtcf7
Profesor Pattengill has been con- O te
Some interesting facto are to te o- fined to his home by illness for the Orote
taind fom he flloinglistof ap-value. Wat
taiet fon te ollwig in o cp-past week and in still unable i to r- paired. 13
talonsrctseo to lead their repective some his college work. It is not be- and Diamon
fttotbal teams next year. Half bak lieved that he will be able to get out O f1icc at r
captans seem to be the mtst p'opnlar, unfit the opening of the new seme- erty Street,
AN B A N Q VET and then the plotinoftfactle comes ter. to 11:30 a. in
W w H A L L 0F W? next ino the ntmer chttsen ftr cap- _________- 9 p. mn. Atl
_____________ alts. Ott of 47 ctlleges 14 hafbackn SENIOR LIT. PARTY. at.
Ugoards, 5 ftoll backs, 4qarer back, The Senior Literary Casn wilt give _
special Dhsa+ern 12 tn 1:50 5 centers andi three ents. a dancng party at Granger's Acooe g.....
N5 P. M. Daily, 55 CenrsaV, College Position Captain m thin evening. Thi party is one " ELECTR
- lcta.at atW .Hn on. the major social attractions to be
Fo. L~1, ~rd Grst~rs~ Picetoan. half-back-W. M. HFsonlk,-gven ty the Senior during the year
315 S. St,~ St. Phone, 467 Yale, tarkle-J. J. ttogan- and has created mtch stir In social.1
___________Harvartd, half-ak-D. J. Hurley. circles of the Senior clas. 4)Electric I
toltontboa, gart-R. S. Stanglant.
Pnosyleaa tckle' R. IB. Torrey. 1905 LIT. NOTICE. in f~ot, n'
New Brllnswick Tabls ornell ureH akJ Lynah. Al of lot year's 915 Li. Base bal ni C
Wes. Pin., acle- Grve. tamreport al t etolrtl' Monay,
ATCnoltoe Idas half-back-C. Shelon Felt. I at 9 oclock a. i. W 5
REI' ILAD PROS Annapolis, talle-L. C. arley. 88-90. VIZER Capt POW
Finn Ciars and Tobaccos Iatooohfot-tc--.Kib.C- n. wnot
JAS. W. REID, Prop. 312 Stae St.,S. Syacuse half--back-Robert Park. "WHAT SHALL WE EAT."
C'sec.quarter-back Or. I9I+++'
tohaesnttreceoiedthla rgest aod inoto.Ohilo State, half-bak-Thrower. Every dlay the same oldtqtetionot--
toe ot Oberlinloalf-back-Stinson. What shall we eat for brekast torl+41+ -+++
T urkish Cigarettes and Pipes West Reserve, hal-ack-Main. uneon, for dinner? assails withme5.
oteouglltt ott' city. OhiotoWoelyan end-Rearin. ootonofs regularity the patient house'- IN
Fine Lunches in Connection. Brown, eoot-.F. Srwin. wife who seeksnto trooioe gootoo living Ft
Eveyting Nta otdCetotanrlntr.goadJ .p~ct. for the family in agreeable variey'
30 taeS. .1. OL.Haverfooro, tackle-A. L. Htpkin. at a moterate cot. There is a dailyFo
tt00 g'sLetigh goard -Rt K. Waters. departmnent in The Chiago Record-hi
The ClassesinDdDg;ild110, LaaetgadJMors. Herald which in intendet to anwer w
oe toot o Tla'ttld I t roll ofrrO0otas ttollws Leanon, full-a'thTos. Bedtdoow. this qesoctilo satifactoriy every day
1.0ttot Soot todt y Oclioooo,,ao"3t.iete. the year. Itois ettitled "Meas fr
an ho.seio ewllcfotwo' lot ot. 'Wiliams, half-bak-I. T. Waton. three meals every day wihbthe nec Spoldngtot1.'~Oi't.''oelyo.tcoef.'o. ore. aDy so tovoe eu orte SwsO
iti 1 otlotI e frtttteitttotttttittt. Holy Cross, qlarer-'l. F. Larkino. essary recipes. Tee menus and re for 1103
Granger's Academy. ows, center-Nyle Jones. cipes are carefnully seecteod by The
Rohestel.qarer-E. C. Taggart. Recor-Herald's hoseholdto, ant ~ r r v 0Cuni.---- _
''utots, bi alalback-W. V. Cunel. cash prizen are awarded t11 the bes
YOU CAN GET A ergetown gard-M. P. Mahoney. that received. Hooewies every-
Vrinia u c cener-T. J. Stone. where are invied to participate in the
# ~ ~ fC 1 Wsensn haf-backo-VaIderllooun. competiion. Fr full1 particulars ee P n
At Ttttle's, 338 S. State Norhwe'terintacle-Harry Allen. fle'-Meals for a Day" department in P i
Illos, gu~lad-Fairwteather. The (hicago Record-Herald. 88.
Purle, tactleID. M. Allen. -
-- +.""t* -"" Nore IDame tackle-Shaughnessey. NOTICE. Cleaning. 1
[ LSSONS IN Vlf Oregon, ful-ack--J. Templeton. Chaauqua County Students. 336
24StACIG. 1anforod, eod-tG. I. (lark There will be another meeting of
""U('N"" alifortia, cener-B. K. Stroud. the students from Chauaolua Couny,
UNIVERSITY ACADEMY, State Stret Kentuck y, center-Hogan Yancy New York, in Newberry Hal, Frioay Clothe
Beli, lalf-ack-E. F. Crane at 5.'T'hle ptrpse ott this meeting is
1-t" " " askell Indians, end-C. Gyon. ff1complete the arrangements for a
PAAE AISA innesot, center-Strathern. social to be held between the seme- $1 18 wor
PALCE . PRISAN N. Y. Iniversity, tackle-T.C'T, Reilly. ters. Le. every one interested make
IAT11I lV IAU' ld V..aie, half-ack-H.. h itFandr, it a pint to be present. .Leave or
G ENI.~JJL ~ lIJ~,futlflO fu-iactoD. . White. COMMITTEE.
offc ltotsst'tW nOiWo Stl.tPnone s5. Philadelphia Pres. _-___________
wont cotted lee and dolvered prmpty Lost-Watch and fob, probably on
MrI. F. DOW[LER, AQ. NOTICE. - State Soree. Finder return to 544
_________________________ Professor Weney' will nt be able Thompson and receive reward. 8789
Sto meet his classes this week. He
PHIOTOGRAkPHS. hopes to reume his lectures next Lost-A lady's watch and fob, bet-
Monday, February 1sf, In the mean- ween Oyster ay and 544 Thompson
CALL AT time the discussion ectins of Course street. Liberal reward if returned to
S[YfrOUR'S STUDIO I wll meet as nusual 8788. the above address,
316 S. "ain St.
XX4H6A ENTA ALLEN'S FOR QUALITY." SIHA ETA
"'-'I--$10.00 and $15.00 SUITS AND OV[RCOATS
"The Niagara Falls Route." We give the Best Clothing Values, saving you from $3.00 to $3.00 f}IiAtIRO
THlE SORT LINE- on Every Suit or Overcoat yuu guy. Maes f1
ANN ARBOR to The balanee of the month our Annual Sale is on we give you the
CH2ICAGO choice of our - --
BU"FALO $10.00 Suits and Overcoats for $8.00 , W M
AND BOSTON $15.00 Suits and Overcoats for $12.00 Zanita
with direct connections at Obhe'ato foe St ~ EI .uv~uu~lI .6 '~5 7
Lois, 1ansas City St Paul 'not the Wet L E ,T EC O HE ,13S r !.(Z at
For information and through tckesallo onnrN /N N N N N N * 1 1e 667.
write toW. W. CASE. Agent. Ann Arbor.

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tes, Diamonds
trsonat troperty gf
,ees and lewery Ic'
targains in WaeteliG.
d.
residence 331 Ef. Lib-
Ann Arbor. Hours 8
., lto 3:0pm i., 'to
I usess (oniden-
JOSfPltl C. WATTS.
J'saf ilg Dishe
rabice Lamps
etlin t Itgtl .pny'tun
'ENAW L~IH T &
3Z COMPANY.
nor nd 4th A.. Plonn,270
?ALDIIOS OFFCIAL
iTE-COLLEGIATE
lOT BALL
Used by All te Leadn
Colleges
ot all Pans-La oo'cfrots
ls oanoknens taodoelwillo
nocuedirtlosenodo toigho
ith cane strps
A. G. SPALOING & BR0S.
Inuuotetd
r, Chicago Dever
It~ciat tootall itdeIo
:dicd by Wtoier Camp.
elice It cents,
Phone 582
to riuHM.
Pressing. Reairing.
I . STATE 5T
, le called fl wd~
leivered.
lbh of oorko for $1.6.
'ers at Cushings or
Phone 02
. lbcbrein,
i& On Fitter.

WE ARE NEVER UINDERSOL;D-GOOD YEAR'S DRUG STOREi

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