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April 29, 1904 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1904-04-29

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TAKNE ALOOIK
At the Straight Front andC
4. Breasted Varsity--Hart, S
ner & Marx Make. They a7
of the snappiest styles pmo
this season, and many of th+
dressers like the douhie bhe
style best toe summer wear.
$15.00 to $20.00.

Double
Schaff-=
tre two
dneed
e hoot
easted

Agency for
THE OUVEIR $3 HATS .
ThecNew Store-2175S. ainSt. $
TYhe Cloter 4

DRESS SUIT GASES
THEE l.OW-PlflCliL),W10ITJlM ANl)IP I NEST MADEaJ-
' HANDBAGS, GLADSTONES, TELESCOPES
TRUNKS IN ALL SIZES AND STYLES
-01 ALL MODERATELY PRICED
MACK&C.
J{.aa4 ~ aLr-J.a ..a J -a JL4J i 7 JY .arr-J .J J4J.. r. ,. J..J. J~a,..va,.J J/ _vJ..LJL . G . .N . 4 4 5',

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La -e1 e eO FolotbaflPoker has all te
upFaedwith Cards itet aendmexctemnt ofthle
toeL n. Eaylto Play Fll1fsectacrruncs; goals'
S5 un fer Two-Fun for a. Crowdfron tienfield,lcked kiks,
*q fumties, touchdowns, etc.
IJ As rege ofFotball layedn a per"gridiron"'and min
r leoknlbones. lPrice 50 entsatebookdealeersorfrm s pot-
paid. Sample chrtnof gameefree. Yoengtandeold,teachers,ecollege
O tds, soey-ever~ybodyis playin ng oobll-Poker.
"All Ilartat 1 pl)-s rottl-Po1ker-note ragetwith studen~ts."
- r "~An intere tin adinstrutveue. "-Direc-tor B airdMichigan.
i ~THE REI LLY 4% BRITTON CO.. 84 Adams St.. Chirajo. Ili.

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WE WISH to call your atteintiont to. the fact Itat our ott-
tire litie of SPRING WOOLENS is ont the tables anti
will furthter state that we are ini a positiou where we catt get
all work out promtptly. The very fittest of tailoritng will pre-
vail, as usual at outr establishmentt.

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BURCHFIELD'S FINE TAILORING TRADE
106 East Hxsrovn Street

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11115 lireil liigl"ilc: ry lllit "I i
i~i 11 I-l. 'I1']icycIt ;1' n 0 O
r sll a t <itle's, 338. 1State $ o
rI DANIN
OHIOCNTRA LNE
I RANECT, L PPINTENT
MICHIGAN .GMICHIGA
[OVE[[RSITCORNERSOE
OHIOCENTALLNES~A
THESHRCTLINE-
ICHICAGO IHIA
BUFFALin OL R
LVL'CONEW YOR.
ANANDRBOSTON
with diret eansectons at Cieagotfoo St
Lauts, Kanas city St. Pol tend the West
For infsrmtstion and thttghtckesi.aliono
wrine laW. W. CASE. Agent. Ass Aro.

(Continued from page ane.)
lAmeriean system of accediting,
schools. In this report appears tho
following:
"The accrediting system seems to
have originated at the Univeraity of
Michigan, and to he due largely to
the wisdom and foresight of President
Angell. Trho result of the system is
that in the states where it has hesn
adopteil,toe whole educational sys-
1cm has teen unified and strength-
eneid. In this way the harriers that
exist in many countries hetween the
various grades of teachers are rapid-
ly being removed, and what is even
more impiortant, the teaching of all
classes of teachers is thereby made
miore direct, more stimulating and at-
tracfive to the students."
The coport in discursing genoral-
ly on American schools registers a
coimplaint against the large numher
of women teachers employed, where,
accoriding to the almost unanimous,
opinion of the commissioners, women
shoiild not he employed to leach, pu-
pils over 12 years old. The failuire
to 11ay high enough salaries to tringE
mien intoi rho profession is ascribed
as the reason for this fault.
'rho report also declares that in
many rcelpects the American may he
said to hi an improved treed, if not a
itinict race. Cross-breeding. hetween
races has brought out the heat tea-
lures iif each race, while much of the
taint: of teoliter races has teen
wiperd oiit bytoe now envirotnments.
Fountain pens at Cushings. tI.

SENIOR ENGINEERS. j++e+*, k+e.Isi+l+e
Baealpractice at the Fair-,. MONEY LOANED ON
grounds every afternoon at 4 p. mn.l+;
MANAGER. t Watches, lDiauuousdo, '
"e Jewelry, and all High 1
The Saturday morning class at the Class thattel and j
University Dancing Academy will he Collateral Security. '
discontinued. Saturday and Weidnes-.?.I
+<OBSINESS STRICTLY COSFIDETIAL +
day evening classes will continue dur- ~
ing the month of May. 45-47~ W. J. LOURIM.
Opposite CookHoiuse '
FOR RENT-I have a large thouse on A3IfRtoitil,1 I ittig Block., tPonet-:'A.
Notrth. Division street that I will (Atilice Hous-s to 11 :0, t1to4:0. A
have remodeled to suit fraternity or101ii51
sorority. JAS. R DACHI ..'.e++ +++4....e...I.
45-63 Lawrence loick.
GUITAR RECITAL. lI Wnw DllificuripV T IhA.A

Johnson Dane, the guitar pilayer iof
renowned reputatiiin, will give a re-
cital in fhe Trinity Lutheran church
Monday evening, May 2. His progratm
includes works from Chaplin, Moszkio-
wski, Grieg and Mascugni.
University students dentring to se-
cure positions to teach will find it to
their interest to write to James F.
McCullough, 619 Fine Arts Bldg., Cil-
cago. tf.
Ton will find the test strings for
violin, mandolin, guitar and banjo at
Root's Music House. We make a
specialty of the test Try them, wfs
BOY'S it yotuwatt
FINE SHOE REPAIRING
Go to CAPT. C- H. MINNIS,
606 E. William Si

11 G3VV D1 iIIDYYJlik1ffVUM
AT
REID'S BILLIARD PARLORS,
Finn Cigars asd Tohaccos
JAS. W. REID, Prep, 312 State Si., S.
I hlave list receiid thei'lart an finehust
line of
Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes
Pine Ltunches in Connection.
EvrtythingNi-at ait l Cirti.
301 S. State Si. . R. E. JOLLY

"AL L EN' S FOUR QU AL I TY"
We give the heal Clothtittg Vahues, saving you Itree to five
dollars ott your Sitit or Overcoat. Spritg littettow ready
$I10.0Q and $15.00
TROUSERS, A[[ PRICES
A[[EN,il"E CLOThI1ER, fAIN STREET
The University of Clhi1ca o
Law
Schools of Mdcn
The ology
Education
Each schnsl has a special Circular nf Information which will he' sent an request.
The Cssrses in Medicine are given in cnnnegtinn with the work of RUSH MEDICAL
College.
THlE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO,
SUMMER QUARTER Chicago, Illinois.
June 1-Septeer 2 t

A ,
*OYSTER BAY
SCATERING CO.4
* wi
0 _
SSpecial Dinners, 12 to 1:30i It. m.
* Dlaily. 35 Cents.
jFor Ladies and Gentlemen
315 S. State St. Phone 467
IELECTRIC PAN,5
Ulecttri C Ckof ii'ctDisI'ug
ElectriC Table Larn>u5
is fact, shthing eto igetes 'up your
reon,. gell is .hs e o ur display...,
W A.5HTEIiAW" LICGHT & +
POW ER COM'PANY.
Co..Wealhingt hed 4th\Ave. Phts.5275

WE ARE EVVER UNDERSOLD-GOO DYEAR' S DRUG STORE~

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