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October 13, 1903 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1903-10-13

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

Fall
Anoucmn..
The Largest and. Mest
Complete Line of
WOOLENS
in Ann Arbor will he found
at G. IT. Wild & Co's, 108
East Washington St. (ireat
painsl hare ibeen taken in
the selection of all suitings,
trouserings & overcoatings
for this season.
G1 H. WILD CO,
108 E. Wash. St.
SEEHAN'S
Cheapest "/ace in
t he Cily for all
Kinds irf

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Enrier'd is secoird csars rariri attire Ann
Arbor Plitr Office.
IPublidhedidaily 1Monday r'eierteid)idrirgtlie
corllege yer at irthe 'niversity of Michigari.
MANAGING EDITOR:
S. EMrOiti'THOiMASOrN
BUSINESS MANAGER:
ReOSChOfJI. H ITiON
EDITORS:
At/li/ficsc. RO-BEiRnTrcK. WArseN
ASSOCIATES:
('liffrordiSteesonr. Ioy Per/lss
A. i'4. (Orsis-r, Plipir C. aris,
A. C. Poun. A. HI. //r/neyer.
Jars. AN. ((err'. SroddardiS. Moe.
Editor Today-GEORGE W. BEADLE.
.tri/seri'ii/i--r'SirsSiso11ro icwr' Jri, plros/rin i
advaerr'.5]Ifrlhorrqrrr iiaf/Sri or'. 1, 1/03'/,50
Office Hours:-12:30 to 1:30 and 6:30 tn 7:30
p. m. Daily.
Addresn-ROSCOE S. HUSTON, Businesn Man-
ager, 331 Packard Street.
Telephone, 461,
MICHIGAN IN ORATORY.
There is rio Michigan man who d/os
un feel pris/e in Ithe great. record his
aairSimna/er' has meade ire atletics.
Ousieress s/em sirmetimees /toI/sin/k
tiet we arc all a/I/Is/irs. I/st there
is. howsevcr, anoriher phase ini which
MSichigainhasoe ien/ieS//ally ac/ive ares
sccesfl.Itef'erences is made /S/
rratry aredldIs/oils
We leave sene igh/ out/ rf lie thir-
s/eni coersi sbire lieNrthe/brrnOra///ri-
cal kecague, nre.r/o/mnt isne seecosrnd
issir(]//hirrd hrenors. Wehlistso/C)woonia
lrarge 5maijori/ty/of /he deba/scep/r/tici-
pra/ted i/r ine/he lien/cal Deblating
le'ag//e.
Onse rrp/o//r/tn/weesssont/ /oask thi'
ca/re rf llicliegare's invasria/rle lees-
/ige ire Ibis resecA. 'hey lat/r
liernedl /ha/:i/.swas dleso osssees
orf se'l'c'irngms'e;/tha/tessurrrmewerre.
e'x/rerie'ncerd in actrraldsea/e ane/ ar-
tuael ra/sry bere th eyirerve 5r/e. nn
sr/r/lssirgcrollige.
J/rs/ a/ lhisslineesnrIsr hles inter-
/'ollegia/te s/elsa/e are .appr'oachin~g
e'very M/ii'higan mnsseser shoud sprt
Isis corllergerby attendriseg /1hepre'linm-
irnary ceostests.
Forrs/e st05 /tw essycr. Michrigane
heas neo/tlibe /5/p /o her s'ueeal stansdard
in /the s/s/sosbut. thiyelysar 5our5'pros-
pesr ar't'par'ticlar'ly rig/ht. Sevser'al
strirng'rein ref last year's e'amrsarc
eelc/; nany ms/sri we n tlire/sthis
cenerst lst,ear biutefailerd liema/se
airy earehaes igneifierd /heir in/en-
tio irteo try agairn; are.many rnew res
still ener lie soeciety cnsrts.
We wtl/I nisosce Ssnnssoisi n s
s/es debates inse IrCentral ILeaguiefr's
borthlhaleebIratsed rsi/stalseries.. If
arrangemes'r/are' coneircled frrrei/-
lae/s tisoeme'Eas/ternsteam, lhrw-
'sir, ore'osr /sboe th ill c/s/sr.

The men who represent Michigan in
the debates and oratorical contests
deserve the hearty support of every
man in Michigan. In upholding Mich-
igan interestso.in this line they lax
their energies mentally fuslly as
much as the star half-back dsoes
physically; they give up valuable time
working rup dohates ansi ora/ions, ared
are rewardesd with a very small meas-
ure of praise. They are men whos
standl high in their classes and in /he
es/eem of their classmen, ansI seserve
thee highest praise of all Michigan
ELABORATE PRODUCTION OF
"QUINCY ADAMS SAWYER."
The rdramoatization by Mr. Jstirn
Adams orf the "heel; New Englandl
stisry ever writtell," ansI one se tIhe
miost popular ansI best selling bos
of the slay, entitled r"euinecy Asdams
Sawyer," which Willl bse given wills lhe
same psroeduction ansI cast; as score at
the Academiy ref Muisic in the big Ness
York run at the Atheens Theater onr
Friday evening, Oct. 16r is presented
by a carefu~lly selectedl compsaney of
well known ar/lets, ansI is given irs
forur adts ans ivbe scenes, all secially
built ansIpain/ed for this p/rodu/ctionr.
After two years osf Eurripesan ared
Australianl triumphs, Mine. Nel/ic McI-
la, the great prima donna, heas re-
serned /o America for a tousrref forty
corecerts in the principal riiee, in'
cludsinrgDetroeit, on Wedlnesdlay eve-
ning, Oct. 2/, ill the letrositLight
Guard Armeory. The famos singe'r
brings will: her a coempany of neriablir
ar/tssincludsineg tee Amerirranenorer',
Ellison Vans Hooise, vies is vi'ry 111111
er/ar wi/li concert goers. A lig hesse'
is expectesd for'flee IDetrosit:engage'-
menet, which is under she shredirsnsri
C'harlottec IH. Creatrix, /17 Rrrwleaned
s/reel. tsr wheom all inquririsr srres
meay bec madle by persones/s/tsine of
Il/s city who ewish Ito al/ceel the ross-
cert. 'Tlerplanl of sea/s sill open'5iat
tlrirrrel Brois. Mulsic Hourese,.Woodrrde
avienue, Wedneseday,Oct. /1.
IMPORTANT!
Notite to Clans Teams.
Managers ref class eares will please,
/t1ke noticethsatentries forrtleiri/sr
class footbllall series, toge'the'r withe a
comem tenrrlist" of players mustl /be
hanredstI/sme Iby Ie r'clsockis Wdeiisso,
Ore. 14. IIAIRY iM. WIIR,
6(14 MadsonrsSt.
If you value yotir
face, don't experimienit
with Shavinig Soap.
Use Williams' Shaving
Stick.

Your Entire Needs in
SLaw, Medical and I
S all Ulliversity
" Text-Books.
New and Second-Hand.
SDrafting Instrurnents and
S Engineering Supplies
® A Specialty,
sThe, Right Prices Always,
2 Second-Hand Books
: Bought and Sold at
f WAHR'
BOKSTORES, o
UP TOWN DOWN TOWN.
UnHiversity Books.
3 LAW DEPARTMENT.
a FIRST TEAR.
Ilnell, N V) "di lell s Casers ird on
Knorinses s (b's es C'rinilnn Iaw... :3.001
4' a linr'rksonr'si'rrrrnr'rn riles ..... .0 /
DI iner&,tlnrr'rl's/'osnsilrn'nrI
Local'e y oI Irs 5.0
Chse rrr srass slrI h..... .0
j SECOND YEAR.
'In/niny e-oinnCrlInrum ens.0s0l
fe'15~is'i'i nrnr.iLics. '2 S r .... 1.50
* .tnhi'nis & 1 i'O s Ca ini'siesloili
ilny ilsRea'lscrope'rtylnr':0/ios .5
Vi /.its rsorations.n.' InVols'..i 9.
± 5 nirlts eri esnil r tn rshi p, nrnr
lucr'/tines..and.Cas.s oe
1Ib1rl' s a's 'n rr es Shmm i pin. & r
funily.1Csie's errs I 'sir's' .. .
i/~lys in.of runsii nlli
HutIner inns n&/rIlu'rl lenis Caesin n
325eS.sSlae InPiae11~ .
St.t Second Floo .

T ext - Books
Agt~ents fior
Keuffel & Essers Drawing In,
struinents 3
SWaterman's Ideal Fountain Pensi
Try Ouir
One Dollar Fountain Pens
SHEEHAN & CO.,_
Students' Book Store. I
j320 South State Street.
I NN

4

INCLUDIISe
James Whitcomb Riley, Oct. 10=
MdmGielawv Lymean Abbott
Walter Welinman Henry Van Dyke a
Oratorical Contest Isabel Beecchera
Tickets Reserved at Cushing's Drug Store, 336 S. State Street,
on Thursday, at 8 A. M.
R.Liberal conmnission f or sales offered to students. Apply to
R.S. Davis, Ctushing's, 1- II a. in., and 4-5 p. m.
Yo'u0 atlet ic yrorrg fellro /s ho nknow lIne Vn3nnr of'ordmu 4
Vc41Slies aIsiirasrellns f goor mus c le Y iior( ju/st therfeSlms
for thn/leskitdofcltssaellbynS gniri i sr/n' 'Innrir M rx
4 'J Ynou'll findayorm
i ifU0hiPe still gonfSrthr
enoodshran osoil
New Line of U Tr i i
RMAIN COATS Te_ Clothier,
Justi n' s1
A- A-II 11 iIsI' I'

j DIIALi l M. ]d7ABOLTr, lalcner
TUEISRAY,' OCTOBER 13
Thse Most Poworful Melo-Dr'ainat of Today.
eWay of t-he W",icked.
Tesne by a poewerful company and a carload f scenery. Startling, I
SEE 01 SWEENEY and TOM I/PRl
The Notoriosis Safe Robbers.
GEA'L T I ETHLLNNEW W YO. Rat llcminc1-
*E GaI(A T ONC ETf ~N1N.eWatOIlluOtmi/na-
ton and Escape over tfouse Tops, New York. "The
Way of thee Wicked (quartette.
PRICES, - 15c, 25c, 35c and 50c
Seats on sale at Storflet's News Stand.
New Sleeping Car Line Betweent
DETROIT, TOLEDO, COLUI1BUS
Leave Toledo 12: 30 Niglht, Hockinrg Valley.+
Arrive Colunmbus 6:3o a. iii., Hocking Valley.
PARLOR CARS ON THlE DAY TRAINS.
SSay "Hocking Valley" to the ticket agent or write
L. W. Landmnan G. T. A., Detroit, Mich.,

HEI~NRY & KYER," MERCHANT TAILORS, UNORTH AE

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