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October 18, 1903 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

Fall
Alllounlcemfelt,,
TPhe Largest and Most
Complete Line of :
WOOLENS
in Ann Arbor wl eifoin' otd
at .I. Wild & C o's. 118
ast Wahin gton t( eat
[ans hav euii tale i
the' setietiots of all sitings.
troserintgs &oeea' i,s t
for this season.
G. H. WILD CO,
108 E. Wash. St.
ISHEEHAN'S
tliI I s o t
jUniiversity
SText-Books
Agents fotr
" Keuffel & Esser's Drawing In-
strments "
Waterman's Ideal Fontain Pens "
-- -'ry Ou f I
j One Dollar Fontain Pens 2
Warated.
SHEEHAN & CO.,
j Students' Book Store. !
j3211 South Stats Shreet. p
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank.
Cuicil trtu .. 5,i51. SIO lis. ,;
A GENEtA BANIINI BUSINESS
TRNSAC~TD.
0'ii n:ll rl 'ors IE. I is'iii't. iPr s.; W'I).
Otire 2091 S. 4th Ae. Phone 9I..Iest-
diner 302 S. 5t Ave. Phone 314.
Ambuatnce on al.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Ptraere Qssecod-cassiitiii t tieAln
atthe tsiersity o i iihiigIii.
MANAtINGI TttOR:
- S. Etliti 'eitiitAtiyN
BUSINESS MANAGER:
lust lt . i 'S7TilA
EDI~TORtS:
Autiitiics, - - - iRon.aeriK. iALs
IAil'.- - - - - _ .. SBALEY
ASSOCIATES:
('iiiot'tiSill ois. Roiy Peels,
A. ,,I'. l'issi. A. II. lid ye.
Edtor Toay-J, F. HASTINGS.
Office Hours: -12:30 to 1:to aud 6:30 to 7:30
p. i. Day.
Address--ROSCOE B. HUSTO, Busiess Mas-
ager, 331 Packard Street.
Telephone, 461.
fyIty ii iieati ofD,'ic. 'lullnditProies
siii Greeneiilthie Unesiy lss iii
oit her most val uedI til'iii Dr.Y'iTaftii
was teodvs. ehr fteI~nvr
sii Faci'il.iyaiiii list c in yearstutof
seie at theinstit tionashslero-ll
fessor (hs'reu. Iatsi-datshim byii'threesi
th iioir ii i i i l's,,n Ille 1woldli
nild ;n ii i' 'he walusptcilly,
cm uit own.;rees s ii:1h1 is arkinsiloni
gitioni%11 1liedteitii:davies ' log:
he fuis lm ti ubisgmn
poiinlii i'stitiiii1i'i0.
wi'el kowtihi l'"ineCsfg'otrt.s'e
wall tigaduate ofiii'ci'hisaniandil'usoi
yeservarli liii' lii i'is nieirthat
pri isi.ie' ihuexperience.iii e lsd mi :ianiy
foiniu s iti'vilci1lg.c i l lsrenste
lOh "li io ndvicluinlipti'elii s' ntiisi
conlsuitingliii' icc ':slieu iwa5sa tuh
Asfstho (' "iriliuSigetyi''of C'iiiliEsi
iiiie livpailtmeitstiil 'syin bythis

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conttrion wills the bridge at Niagara 44006 1 OV A O ® O***** 4
Follo, it wsnlearnend thatin0 the steel
arrh treesiiriidge wihich tookth ie pdase * Your Entire Needs in *
of' Itneiriginial Roei'lli::g suspensin 4
bre a h si ismtoso optt ions were ones, selldiwhen theu' Law i Medical anad:
strurcre nan completeid the comney *4
ha'l ats opport unity iio verify these ci'
stits, whichiproved si treely ac f all Ulliversity o
his colleagiuen. The hridge is the one 4* etB o s
itn ciinsant use betweets Clifton soil *
Suspension Bridge. * New and Second-Hand. *
Professor Greesne heldt many psi-*
iosof impor~ttanice, amoing thetm be-'4fDraftinet T.'...6e l~J d3
in,_, that of assistatensgiseer of tn ~tltheIG {LlUtltt danr
It, & P. Railroadl its Maine, fro':im106814*
toi 1811); assistant venginervriertand : Engilleering Suppiles :
hsarboie rknt, uiiiMaine anid Ni e f*
lampsice in :1870; city visguiineer A 4Specity,
Ihangorc, Mtainie, I871-72; etnginisrof c :1T
the Ansn Arbiir roadi, 1877-78, etigineei t
oftheVWsseelinsg & b~akei'Erie' iitit . The Right Prices Always.
m, Tholedo S1 81-2; pri~''ojetr file ip *
,tsuu Arbore Watuer ioecss andisesser eodHn o
systes, asoil aso thiisevofii Pettii'c, n
Ypliatst iandl 'elses..* a
D~evoteid hehis elasse seindIss stu- : Bought aild Sold a *
dentso, Profoss(ente gav'e i'iis ien- *
orgies and lfacrltilee hetheir andsihei
fu'rthieingof' thisv ie'laltment iwlihihi'e
cad biiilt :)pandilwhsich :itWs lis«+4
lii'os' e ini v ii'o in'iewi'lbuilding, hits4 BOtYKSTOREES,
t hat ilillart nsct, busngappoiintitiiii : ii UP TOIWN'I DOWtN .T.OWNh~.
Ilu Lill'it Ifsis d tlli. 4 4404A 444 4

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I-tishes ihis waidtow l lis m ii' i i
biy twoii ihileui, iss.;Ftorenc, iot
Aniii Arbio', 1n111Allirts-i ., o'Dtot
Thei' 'Siule .'tsginICii''vcaslled a mtills'
tug acstsnight.ifirllihe iii 5 iltito' ak-tis
iig S1ite g ii' als' i sc Afi icflral
I lu~fg itas clled'l itutuoIs'r'by dlii- i
pr sssi t, rl lvi oil, motion:,huer
madeilthatlit beii'a ldiarnnnl affairu
c 'tillitIiIri'iss. ieisu'
eachila nys ,ivas lullutitl 'itolisecurei'i
upi if resiuliiuic,.
t'1 uhuhalrt uuuttwuill ihldc a.imass
ills'title 51(. u') h o'clc Moduiay niihi
to1 sushI ltheseur'sutionius eif' yc-
Ihillilil wil.ecmilee i
qiiet ie ,iine I st'uuiusli'helhouise' hiltiay
DR. GILMORE VISITS U. OF M.
h ir. Ghimoe, who isti l tt 111ge hl-
higical shall' uih 11m'edicaheush hiat etel
lit Nuietl: (t t l niivi'isi y, ws is
.iti Arbortat' al e uuhous Saturday itud
c'ahl t ,led son )Dt.u'suuuuio. IeIt'otidua
Diltyirephuhrterls that uthe uitvesity
spirit wais uetter 'at. Niuri hwtu'seuluilhhun
in ye'ars, antiu hIlatt'e Stuiiln tiody
wuldhIsuppot thue hfoouI tiallesheto i'(
e'ncl.
SBELL RECOVERING.
fficuer Isbuullho reeivseduuauuhuad
sutit the e a' l o'iuh utheuu' 151o1 utie 1
ruesh, is improi'uvingii elty."'llui-usitay
ws thit eiritil lay andl a riulitii'ftr
vleii wotrse55 wass expuet'ed. Conti-acy,
thotuughi, lto 'expetat tion hs lu 15 sitd
thy ghinedl , alliSPt-iuhestass abletohu
dres's, althughli'hewas stilubhjvec t
(fizzs' 5h11 holu:ies' eduabosllt.
The u'cliii uuhlooduhihict'h theliii'esit
tug lplut'icialstishuuigh t'was foritiinig
aluouuittft'are is tutow'gitvinsgthis
tnu rause fiur fears.

Scrutiniz
Colee I
93 5 1ej yeu yft
ThD wlg'oo tretan'slitlt
Stic. e ca lral cr i

2 BUY A SEASON TICKET AND HEAR 2
9 0
Henry Van Dyke, Lyman Abbott, F. Hopkinson Smith,
Isabel Beecher, Madam Gielaw, and Walter Wellman,
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Thte Asciaitiolh returnsllS i the IiitInty to tIbe stuodenits in=
the Formn of ('110ures.
INO STUDENT CAN AFFORD TO MISS THIS OPPOR-
TUNITY.
Ttckets may be obtainsedfromeasi er AlditoO p. t C h
I RESERV[D SEATS 50c EXTRA

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TINKER & COMPANY. FURNISHERS AND HATTERS. 334 S. STAT.E ST., Phonle 342"2r,

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