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March 16, 1904 - Image 3

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THE. MICHIGAN DAILY
=fT *J Anew lot of the famous H. S. & M. Black Suits,; ADLTl jIfTTN
I T J IN~7U in=Vicunas, Thibets, Cheviots and Worsteds, made fDiorothh D S UAUI[SOS [HN
in singleior; double breasted. ~ 1 L
Varsity and :Regular Sack Styles $300 lO)AD[ $30
Weo haealftae T The only shoe in the world designed by a
Weiceall izes in fluck ~ow and can f Iit f frACI( women--- for women.
Cal ndinpet1he. 2.1 SouthbMain Sreet. MICK& Co., - -prole Agents
+++'+4I4 i . ~iNHi N'iN4iN NN 4A

RANDALL,' THE
121 V Washington St.

J~E WISH to call your attention to the fact thsat our en-
tire line of SPRING WOOLENS is on the tables and
Iwill further state that we are in a position where wc can get
all work out promptly. The very finest of tailorinig will pre-4
vail as usual at our establishment.
j BVRb.CHFIELD'S FINE TAILORING TRADE
106 East Hxaros Street

UNION
THEOLOGICAL
SEMINARY
700 Ponrk Ave .N York
'iFatly eqaipped for scholarly and prac-
;tcaiwoe, inthe midst ef the Ohri
tsae oseprs f a great city, in close
academic relations with Columbia sod
3UNe w York Universities, oflers oper-
3rtunities-for the degrees oflB.D, A. I.
and Ph.OD. Opeoneual teremsto
stadentsofa all Christian bodies. n
SIXTY-NINTH YEAR
75 eglie sSept. 28,-,1904
iiAdd i the Pesidet of the Faculty,
5the us-s1n30
ci
Rev, Charles Cuthbert flail, D.D.
New, Brullswick.,Tables
Ar
R EID'S BILLIARD PARLORS,
Fine Cigars and Tsbaccoss
JAS. W. REID, Peep. 312 State St., S.
rtIhave ant received the largest and finest
linen!f
Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes
eer brought to tlae city.
Fine, Lunchein Cnnection.
Everything. Noat and Clean.
308 $.t State St. R. . JOLLY.
For, information relative to ~dancing,
qr jmusic, for receptions,, banquets,
or dancing. parties, ,call" on
P.4)55 GERANai[R
3t0-31l2 Maynard Street. Phone 2-4-f6.
Granger's Academy, Offie and
Residence.

NEWS FROM CHICAGO.
(Continued from page one.)
at the first hurdle, which caused him
to lose second place to his team mate,
Friend.
The meet showed an unmistakable
thing, and that was that Chicago, has
a dangerous relay team; this year.
With Cahill nut of the. race on ac-
count of an injury, Chicago best the
fast Wisconsin quarter-milers by ten
yards. Tommy Taylor defeated Poage
in the quarter by a terrific sprint in
the great time of 53%, ran second to
Breitkrautz in the half in a fraction
over 2.04, and wound up his sensa-
tional performances. by running Poage
off his feel in the first quarter of the'
relay. He demonstrated very decis-
ively that he in the colored man's su-
perior at the 440. With three out of
the four indoor meets won. handily,
and the third lost by one point, Chi-
cago faces the outdoor season with
some satisfaction, The main, thing
now is for some of our speedy ineligi-
bins to make up their conditions and
flunks. Then we can begin to talk
"dope.'
RILEY H. ALLEN.
University students desiring to se-
cure positions to teach will find it to
their interest to write, to James F.
McCulloug#~, 619 Fins Arts, Bldg., Chi-
cago. tf.
Prof A.. I., Lloyd will deliver an ad-
dress on Ethics and its history in Tap-
pan Hall. Lecture room Wednesday,
March 161 at 5 p. m. Everyone is in-
vited. 17-18

NOTICE.j
There will be a meeting of the
Fresh Lit .class in Room C, University
Hail, Wednesday at 4:1t5.
The assemblies given at Granger's
Academy under the direction ot Mar.
and Mrs. Granger will continue
throughout the college year-reports
to. the contrary notwithstanding. 17-18
Bath supplies of all kinds at all
prices at Gushing's Drug store. tf.
Typewriting and Stenographical
Work done neatly and quickly. Walter
1. Willis, 5224 Washtenaw Ave., Tel.
387. ti.
Fountain pens at Gushing's tf.
Ticket for four shampoos-$L5.00
Soft water. Miss Vaughan, near Quar-
ry's. I t
Fresh Lowneys, Allegrettis, Spar-
row's and Huyler's Chocolates at Cush-
lug's Pharmacy..
You will find the best strings for
violin, mandolin, guitar and banjo at
Hoot's Music House. We make a
specialty of the heat. Try thcm. win
Chafling dishes at Hailer's Jewelry
Store. tf.
Fouind-A gold watch. Call 1227
Volland street.
Chaffing uishes at Hailer's Jewelry
Stsre, tf.
Chafing dishes at Hailer's Jewelry
Store. tf.

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At Ttxttlo'e, 338 S. State
.DANCUN6... $
UNIVRSIT ACAEMYState Street
0O110 CENTRAL LINES
DIRECT LINE
,TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS
Pastr Cara .h il Trin
MICHIGAN , i MICHIGAN'
BANNERS Cf COL OR S
IOVELL'S CORNER STORE.
A ILCHI(OAN CI NTRAL
" Tir4 Niiagara Fall Route."'
THE SHIORT LINE-
ANN ARBOR to
CHICAGO
NW YORK
AND, BOSTON
wihdirect syipnneiona at ,Cfilcagp fur St.
[Lsuis,.Hansss City. St. Past and the Went.
kFee isf9ormatlen and tharougihtichetneCall oner
write to W. W. CASE. Agent. Ass Arbor.'

" AL L EN 'S F OR QU AL I TY"
We give the best Clothing Valties, saving you three to five
dollars ons your Suit or Overcoat. Spring line now ready
$10.00 and $13.00
TROUSERS, ALL PRICES
-ALLEN, THlE CLOTHIIER,- "AI.N STREET
The University of Chicago
Law
Schols ~ Medicine
Thueolog
Education
Each scheel has gapsetal $Circular of Informnatisn which will he sent en request.
The Csuegep iA gSedicine are given is connectin with the :week of RUSE liMEDICAL.
College.
THE UNIVERSITY. OF Cf1ICAGO,
fSUMME8R QUART-ER Chicago, Illinois.
Jane Sl-eptembers2

Money Loaned
Watches, Diamonds
Ore ithieripesnal I'll li~Iyof
valueN. Wathes a ee s islry ,--
-paired. Bai-gaiuc in Wathch"
atid Diamonds.
Offilce at reiene.l31 L:. Li.~
erty ti-et, A niiArbr.flius,-.8
to 11:3111. ti., I o 3:30p111., 7 to
9 p. Il. All i kIto'. to'. niti
tia. JOSEPHI C. WASTS.
4. 5&+44.+.4-1" r~*n i.54t.54..5 a~+A :«:-
IELEICTRIC PAN5
Electric CI-asfirg Dishe5
Electric Tale Lmsos
In {f, ne.iyihi n'.toi tn p.0your s"'.
room. Call in an'. +eo' idiniy..... 4+
WA.SHTENAW LIGHT & 4'
POWERICOMPAN'Y.
Cr. .Whin'. .05 505 kA.Ph.'.,Z7
t PADIG'S erFIrIAt ,
u . STE-COLEGIATE
- - FOOT BALL
+ - Used by al te Leadin
Clleges
Foot BalPans-LIi-lerl. I
I. GY a . SPLING & see.
Sew ok, Chicaco Denver
[or 11)0. -iti by '.'.ot i C' 1 sNt.
Phone 582 3R
Cleaning. Pressing. Rewririg.
336 S. STATE ST.
(Over Cusniirg'a
Clohes called for and
Delivered.
Phone 582 3E
CUETT,&PEADYttC.
Pbone 667. 303 Z. Sate $tI

WE.,, 4RE. NEJR UNIW/R S OLD----G"TVODie YEAR ':S'DRUG STORE

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