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Michigan Daily, 1904-03-25

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
The Straight [ront Varsity .... : uprbSh owins ofI
If yon want to see the snalilpiest style ever piroduced in Clothes, ElSper
yuwant to see the new H. S. & M. 'Scisight 1±'ront" Varsity. T I I IL ~ /II I~ D
yuIn order to see the suis as it really is, you naed to try it on, S P R IN G I'L5tEUk....EIN k.IE [
and stand before the glass, you'll omuch ratber give up the price +
of it thao give u1p the clothes. * Beautiful cr eations, cdisplaying in evciry late the
+Also a new line of Blacks in Vicunas, 217 lualter milliner's art; ncew dainty effects in soft,
Thibets, Cheviots and unfinished wors- ' - \SUI fluffy laces, chsiffons, imalines, light and aiity straw
teds, at SOUhi baids, the new siiall flowers wihilung stems, rep j
$15.00 to $24.00 A 'SUITl C -:lothier MAIN resenitng this seasoii's iclost poplalcr ideas. r1I1, if a
Guyer Huts for Spring Now 12Deady ', ST. j iiii~sf I (ztilfc iifi iiiiiis U14CK Co. 0O
" " 4. ",+ + '4 o0 00//f~O04 i®Sl~ 0lll~~o !o

NDALL THE,
JPHoTUo6GRAPH ER
l2Fr E. Washington St.
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71111E VWISH to call youi aiteiitiiuiitoi the ifact thatour cii-
tire liiie of SPRING XVOIJf'NS is on the tables aiid
will further state that we aie iii a poisitioii whiere we caii gel
all work osit piromiptly. The vciry finest of tasilorini~g cill pre-
vail as usual at our estalilishcieiit.

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BUKCIFIELD'S F+INE TAILORING TRADE&
106 Easat Hxzroe Street

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UNION
THEOLOGICAL >
SEMINARY
700 Pe.r-k Ave., New Yor-k -
iiFuily equippedilfor scheuiaciy aid pri
ticai eors, in thistof teii hri
iitiaic enterpmrisescof a ~ ea ityi i c-ic-s
0academi reltinswit iteisiebiaIeel
iiNew Yoric Usiversitic-,.ofsihiopcpor
"=tunitiesfcirti ith;ri-i-cofi1i. D1, .51ii

RECEPTION TO DEBATERS.
There will be a reception to the
imen on the Wisconsin and Michigan
debating teams, the judges, visitors
and undlergraduiates at MacMillan Hall
iminieilialtely after the debate. The re-
ceptioii will take the form of an in-
trodiietion of the members of the
teas it o Michigaii men. It will also
give the men ion the teams a chance
to misgle and meet oach ,uiher. and

Just received 223 Mandolins andj
Guitars that we bought at a remark-
ably low price and will sell them at
one-third the regular price. Thin is
an exceptional bargain. All Instru-
ments ono easy payments. See our
display in window-Ann Arbor Music
Cs.
LOST-Sattirciy afteroon betiveen
State and Mains streets, a ardcciacse
containing papers and tickets valciabte

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,. stuidensof alliiliisc-tiainc odiesch-mnateUivriy to the owner, bat useless to aiiyoiie
SIXTY- NNTH YEAR __________ else. Finder piease return sauce to
Michigan Daily office, or 507 S. Divis-
Begl~ras Sept. 28, 1904 KEYSTONE CLUB. ion street. 23-vi
35Adcdrsthiei'resiivuii ofithe __Faculty,_______
' the 9-11)r
'°i About sixty mein from Pennsylvania Pantorium, a336S. state. Cleaning,
ReChreCgbelfa ,0.. met iii Newberry Halt yesterday after- Pressing and Repairing. Clothes
", - iiiiiion and after a very enthusiastic called for and delivered. Leave or-
miuuicig, iiiganized she Reystone Cliii. ders over Cashing's Drug Soccre, or
- n ~ . ,~k IThfolliiwing oifficers were eleceil: 'phone 182-3 r.
New Brulnswick TaleOs 1> ~sdent 1. J. Sayo ',4 law.
Viii- Presideni-,J. Xt.Reeid, 'ut5ceid. Siic'P'o'iRecit Lare-suciie, siiigle
Al'ic. ieids,bahali, gas, Iiiiiiii c iea. tiee
REID'S BILLIARD PARLORS, iiecietaiy-Gi. A. Cunningham, '04 phoine. Oue blockc coic aicpuis. Nowc
Fine Cigars and Tobaccos iengi-eeri paper curtains anid carpuct. lEcisicre
JAS. W. REID, Prop. 312 Stale St., S. Trecasurer-J. X. Anderson, '06 lawy. 3tH efrtnsrc. 2
Tlicket tsr four obamloos 11.00.
Iave ust receive-ielze i ad-fineiii'si, Bath supplies of all kinds at all Soft water. Hiss Vacighaic, lea:, ltsr-
lice iof . pricesaCuhn'Drgsoe tf ry.
Turkish Cigrettes and Pipes , tCsigsDu cr.~ ys
evr i ru i otec ity. Chaffing disnes at -Hailer's Jewelry Fresh Lowney's, Aliegretti's, Spar-
Fine Lunches in Connection. Soe
Eiverythcing NeacicicilClean, or. tf. row's, Hoyler's, chocolateu at Cicsh-
308 S. Stale SI. R. E. JOLLY loig's Pharmacy. tf.
Chaffing dishes at Hailer's Jewelry JOIRNIG-EES l
Store. cf. JB PITN -MYR.26
For information relcivie to dancing, __________ Main St. S. Phone 281.I
or omasicliii rieceptioshbanqaets,
or dancing piaities, call on $ MADOLIN AND GUITAR MUSIC Fountain pens at Cushing's. If.
RO 5G A G R $1. ANN ARBOR MUSIC CO. _______
ROSSGRAN~UR ______________Allen'u for nobby Spicing Shirts.
310-312 Maynaid Street. F'hoie 2-4-(;. We have the original Peg Top To-1
Granger',a Acacieusic, Odic',' aiii sers at Allen'u. Tru ''ry a Vibrassage at Trujy's. 23-t
Ri siderice.I
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Money Loaned#
°o Watches, Diamonds
t (Jrotiiii jiccicuuaucproulcc-cty of
v au'a WWtttheyanddela- ' 1GIc--
paid IBarginsini ic atelcci
erSicci n1rbrciccicic Ic8
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yoi . i l-bc in s e Tiehl
tl, JOSPH C. WATlS.
OFct cTE ucLEST~
I HAI I TWLIH
CLET ANDWARO COLARS.
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Win. IIXOFFICIAL,
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"Used bly ~all7.h303 edi ngClee ot alPni sae n St,

Hot Lunch
$At Tuttle's, 338 S. State
+f LESSONS IN t
UNIVERSITY ACADEMY. State Street

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OHIO CENTRAL LINES
DIRECT LINE
TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS
Par-io Cra ot% aliTraih
MICHIGAN ,MICHIGAN
BANNERS in COLORS
LOVELL'S CORNER STORE.
AL CHJGAN CEiN~gl
"oThe Niagara Falls Ruts'
THE SHORT LINE-
ANN ARBOR to
CHICAGO
BUFFALO
NEW YORK
AND BOSTON
with direct connections at Chiceags fos St
fouls,-Kansas City, St. Paul and the WVest
For information and through tickets calc snour
writs to W. W. CASE, Agent Ann Arbor.

S We give the hest Clothiiig Values, savincg you thcree to icvee
chdollars oti youir Suit or Overcoat. Spring hune iiiiccreciyl ,
$1t0.00 and $ 153.00
TROUSERS, ALL PRICES
ALLEN, 13WI CLOTHIER, MrAIN STREET
The Uni versity of Chicag o
Law
Schools of Mdcn
Tiheolog
Education
Each school has a special Circular of Information which will be sent on requesi.
The Courues in Medicine ace given in connection with the work of RUSE MEDICAL
College.
THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO,
SUMMER QUARTER Chicago, Illinois.
June i8-Septembera2

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WLB ARC! NEVER UNDERSOLD-GOODYEAR'S DRUG STORE~

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