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October 14, 1903 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1903-10-14

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

Fall
Aiilounceffent..
The Largest anil Most
Complete Line of .
WOLENS
in Ann Arbor will be found
at (a..1f. Wild & ('s, 1(18
[,'ast Washinogton Si. (Creat
pains have I oen takeni in
1,17e s(elcion of all suiting.,
tioi 0. iny :, Aovieating".
for this sea:son.
GE H. WILD CO.
108 E. Wash. St.
l(in1l', os l aei
I h I livtyr11 tyal
SText-.Books
Keuffel & Asser's Drawing In-
fstrumnents
Waterman's Ideal Fonntain Pens
Try Ou r
One Dollar Fountain Pens
Warranied.
SHEEHAN & CO.,
Students' Buon Store.
3211 souih State Sireet.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Enterd as sionSid classii ir;th Ali nn
Arhorrlisut Ofiie.
PI'uilisliritciiy Miuiiluyi-e(ii i+i)uringth~e
MANAGINGL EDITOR :
S. EM~ORY 'Iti~oMSO
BUSINESS MANAGER.~
1105C(5E t 13.'s'f8ON
EDaITORS:
Aiiihiie . - - -iii BEiRTK. 5VAi.'ru
Niii, - - - J. S. OaiXe
ASSOCIATES:
Cliiiffri eeisiui. Roiy Pels
A. N.i x. . creir, I'iiilii C'. iavis,.
A.IC. iPiiiii. A. IL. iirtmieyer.
ui'epii 1'. Eer. 5iStoddardl S. liire.
Editor Tnday-H. C. STEVENSON.
aduici i Iiiiii' $lusiiii i~tt~~t(je sn ,ii 5055 iii<;
nffiee Sours: -12:30 to 1:30 andi 6:30 In 7:30
p. sm. natty.
Address -ROSCOE B. HUISTON, Bustness Mass-
ager, 331 Packard Street.
Telephone, 461.
DAtLY BOARD NOTICE.
Theiirie will boi'an isiiiirl aulminel ig
of theiDaily ibiard toiiiy at, 12:45 in i
room C,' lii Olsily Blil. 11,isimiper-
bei pre:sent . Allt caniiiiiatessfori'the
e iiriailiimaidcire alsisiiri'iioisat-
Is ilass spirit i'in 'rliiiiis lying iiii
ini thie'literry ii a-i iiiintiloi-thel Uni-
ii'rsii.y?
'iii' si tduts ire auis chiothieir
pam lii iiioldiiniesaitisfactiinliiii theli
iiiuiii'ii. s liii' ii 'lThe sopihoimorei'll
juni or i'l is iwoiieu'ii iiiiuis, is
i'uihiicliss. 'Thei'seniio'or ail iy lhid
alittle rivalry inipiiiies. 'Tiei'frisii-
iieii: iavei'init us yit'sownisiiup wiiihui
Theacton uf* etulss lto aliiow iin
cadiaesf fii ce canili hleots liii
illith i'ioif* i swo iways- ihe ciliss lacss
siiii. liitheiiioliiiiis liaveiireaiichiei
a iiimiy of oiioiiii 'iiii'latiteiri icasieis
probally ltrue.
I i~iljtisi us u Liasis of ou:'rieasii-
iug iei ueessarily conuseidedit~. h
iilofinf'lullni'iiii' aveiisoiiswirkiei
a resiiti, fuiriistiidila:vicet;l ichriuwas
sal isf'iei iry t ll.
Siiuh uuag eiui'ul ofiaffairs pinits
moiiiioilliincireaise'nduniiit y ofi'class
quiality.
FRESHMAN GIRL RECEPTION.
lii' eii's if the'firesiimuaii riass gth-i

ereid in Bdarbiour Gymnasiuim fur their
firut receptiiin of the year. After a
roridial greeting by ihe houteuu, Mrs.
Joridan askei theon 1o be ueateid anud
expiained to them the piurpooe of the
organizaiin and the aims and ideals
of colleg1e life and expreoseid ihe hope
tht thtu early in itheir cours e the
rlasu friendiihip~s may iie formeid
which will reslt in the warm class
sirt last year diutilayed iiy tiii seniii
class. The giiesiusuwere then sirveid
wihslight, refreshments.
ODuting the ifiernoon a coemmit tee
ciinsisting of Miso Margueriie Briiwn,
rhairiman, and the Misoes Ricer, Tal-
cott, Brighiam, Dodds, Sutherlandi aiii
MdeadI was apipoeinteid to forin a clas
suanucalion anid t(icinfi'r witl: liii
iiper elassomenfori teliuripose if i'u
tahliising a class cuostiinufurthi' fresti-
mn which shall tieidistinciviely the
iiroiierty oif'that class its the frish man
spureadu is niiw Risen::iy tiesioputhiumore
ginls, anii the'senior clasoslilay is iiie
functiion if thticlass. An efiirt. wii
atso be mnadelto cimpiose 5atclanssog.
tine' huintitreditueen girts urere pres-
ecut at, the ricepition. Next Friday Mrs.
.Jordan wilt entertain ithei girts tif tie
siiiiomtore class.
QUINCY ADAMS SAWYER.
Must Sutcessful Book Play Yet Pro-
doted.
Theire was muchu iiueussoi i n re-ii
garduto iatiziing '"QuiiicyAidanms
Saivyer'"biiiwiet': etiipulises andu
niit itdo i th 'uuraatiizti. A Ihttili-0u
niat ii' righitso, anid nigiitluasi- ihti
thii'uiif ihi iailnotinisistieiioishlv-
ing ite'dril't,i'st iiiuiiaieli' s Wa'y,
iialitaini'idtiat to nuukeo a stronig tilay
aiil i euti' ty neiw aiiil striolng sc'ii
niii'i't Iiie wanti'itoihaveusi'miiei'lust
silts, farm moutrtguagues, city villaiiis
anid wro'iiedirlgus, hut' allthlot'bor
miatintauiuu uin,]hathere' wuld tie a
greautiiiadviantagi'i lain lg ai uraiuuuii -
cat iii Ithatolowieiidi'thli'eiiiouki'lisi'ly
says thisnont'.
Theii'resuts osintihli'etay Iiias tutn
befrethepulile. e llst.liii sia-
siiis, satve pi'iiveil liii'wisidomoftieir
hldiing itiii'eir viscs. 'lhie tiisini'ss
Ig'iilait,suitdutie' hiars a:i;gTial ttil
ofi It'''st: manifested inthi' apprtiauili
in iguugeuueut at ltheAthii'iioTlu'uui
ii::'triutau'eveniing, (let. ]i.

Your Entire Needs in :
* all Uliversity iM dcl al
* Text-Books.
e New and Second-Hand.
NDiafting Instrumients and
: Engineering Sple
A Specialty.
The Right Prices Always.
SSecond-Hand Books
' Bought and Sold at
A WHRHf'S
e BOOK STORES,
SUP TOWN DOWN TOWN.
f'
THE NAME
VARSITY
branded in the sweat of a
HAT
is a guarantee at quality. Made fur
college osen who want the "Bes."
Leaders on style, quality and ele-
gance offinosh.
Latest [all Styles $2, $3, $4.
GOODSP[[D Z 'SON,
ItAi iii5 11i '. MIN'

Irritatedi faces soothe~d
and healed. Williams'
Shaving Stick.

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James Whitcomb Riley, Oct. 10 T
Madatm:CGielaw Lyman305Ablbot?
Pies. Northorup of Minn~esota F. Hopkinosont Smith
Walter Wellmtano Henry Vats Dyke
" Oratorical Cottest Isabel Beeclher s
f ~ ~Opeto Ntumbler.
Tickets Resefved at Cushing's Drutg Store, 336 S. Staee Street,j
on Thursday, at 8 A. M.
Liberal commtission for sales offered to students. Apply to I
R. S. Davis, Cushing's, to-t i a. ms., anti 4-5 p. Ms. **************4***4**4444

... ATHEN6TiHEATpE8U
DE2AN M.51 EtAfOLr 151Maaer

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Friday Etvening, October 160
MIg Sce"IlosP.codssntion le k l.y Fo..sss f
oShe Zset aNeW (rtglartd utor_4 es/er Written
Quincx3 bamns %awrer anb
Ma1I~a~c's Crc fcIhs
Large and Excellent Company. 'P s ts s, T $12g

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Sdturday Eivening, October 17~
15.sC. sVO:':NF. ES'iIEENTS5
PORTER J. WHITE
In~ the Grem~test Sceric Prodiuctioss of the Age
]Francesca Ida Riminate.
The OviriinalLawrence fhlrretProdiuction.
Prices 25c, 50c, 75c, $I. Sez%.t Sale Thxzrsday.

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WA GNL'R& COMP ANYI
32Ncbby Hats, Swell Shirts, and Imported Novelties in Neck
cieAtut fu laws i~.O iss.Dressings. 125.Mi t ' A in
~r, FallWAGNER & CO., Falls
TINKER & COMPANY. FURNISHERS AND HATTERS. 334 S, STATE ST.,Plione 461

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