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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

Fall
Anlounceffentl
liTheLariest and Most
Complete line of:..
WOOLENS
in Ann Arbor will be found
at I t. \.Vilt & o, 108
Fast Washington St. (;r'at
aintfatetern taif I1in
the selection of altit
for this season.
G. II, WILD COO
108 E. Wash. St.
SHEIJA N'S
theCits loriaill
IUniversity
SText- Books
Agets for
Keuffel &Esrs Drawing In-
&Z s e r P e n s
jWaterman's IdealFonanPs
Tryt ir A
: One Dollar Fontain Pens
j warrantd. "
SHEEHAN & Co.,
Students' Book Store.
14(1 sitit Stafe Street.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank.
A GENRtAL BANKIN BStINSS
AIRANSAIEnttl
OF IC-I:(:. 11"tnu '." Rt1-i' s e . t , ret si.; W . 1).
Hairrimantt, Vi"r Pres.; it .. i'riteC, tttter
Oice 209f S. 4tft Avet. P flio e t . 1)I-
diee 302 S. 51.11 Av. fPfonef1.
A iiiflauc il c ti af.

THEE MICHIGAN DAILY GOSSI P OF THE COLLEGES. o*oaosooooo**o **~o*****
itt t t s secondtitvlss ima tter at the 'AnA tahn t ae h ifr ttt Your Entire Needs in
Aititi Sot ruibber ins the gynitiasitim hsas been o ti
tii'Sti. i ttt tittatitttts'tilsttThe Maroon Daily desseribes it as tottt ed c l n
MANAGING EDITOR : "A newstsnage marinei runt t albyir~~i
S. MtVZ-l ''1Ii iSttN elettrieity, oisntow oitrfint in thet fiase-* llUniversity oI
BtUSINESS MANAGER :t t of t tine new gymttisititi. liii«'
804'I:It. iitST)N ueIpiece stofaaatuisis fi'ittst ~.Itiit ithe invesni-s ex-oO S
Eihftc, - - -I)I'I'G S t etgait[it.tinttitie tiitg i fr gti' * New 'and Second-Hand. f
ASSO~CIATES: "The macline contsist s if aopitle itt~ p p~t
Sitl'o i t soltt, loy Pls h fandleis, tachi at ticedttbft anjinttedf :Draftiug InStruttts and
A. 11 (an v = , Dvi, ( cvs, armtioi itantxe. 'This ant'o is suip
JosphY. ecr. todad S Aore tre fet igh ad s mdeto e- Engineering Supplies ;
Editor Today-ARTHUR C. POUND. theoe aettttilttiita ii A Specialty.
'Vtsrrytit iiotiilliii,s tq /r stlatt 7,1 it cnti i tt of hte axti' hut, it tti t In T hee Rgh[P ic Always.
Office Hoturst 12:30in 1:30 antI 6:30 In 7:30 OnoAItu Bok
po . nily. Iotr lt lle the pilstois tof aniii f Seondi-Hnd Book
Address -ROSCOE S. HUSTONI, Business man andttrodet ta' ijerkintg fitnfth ' igi°
ager, 331 Paikard Street., it5 Mltl. B gtanSodt
Telephone, 461. "A bli alitutirie'hest ilt'is BuhtauSoda?
- - - -attachedf lo the ittis iiof lithe andleis,

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l'iit'tgtisoiiiiitt's atndthugh schltis,
r i12t iii i sit tial acide'lnts tif a si" Allft'r I lit' Chicago-Nottei tsierut
iils 11t' ,0hut"0. liT Dil i s glad io'; ifnitat n itty igt tn eItwo siittams
stal itaiis iitolm atige stlf ftofil aindliro att ns occuitd ttpoite side
;Ill(] Ihitt' titu- hiii a.lphiytfrwhivd s ti'ed itW ouniulii'ttutth ts heit ,fi' nd
tilt I g ffal ii ittit't as i iid t l iar or' orh esen otlisr veigin'h
altili'is i'iiigtichulighat ith proitay lea iri atres ttl wit a hueett iiiifi's
bet'iitin glils is isin telitle tii lOs'the tflslt',e xiryat. e u s ntecn
gate i oher sch ol. :'he bal i il fi hi chilwtatl aii Nrtthws sestrniban-
o tu it p a t A. 55' it it. touchets t er
flo ran i rtuned to th cntr h til tlw ig Sidl ig t s I n-i t et
afn lii agai p ini'i p lits T h, ui l e L ' igt. Itt fiteom n ifi t''orthwes fitn:
allihe ro.ti u ghI layis. d1st ii ' cust ii'- "Ttereitts n ly utw'g rean t coacf hesl
prevents accident's. The ioterlives w at tAttnitA lugor iti.
lihgS i rl tiS5 ltiCssen tf y ittla its'halsa x-t
THbe. UNIV tctERSTYe VISIED.etele"If Cicagt'ats putrpiiti'i lit'rapesthyi
S lt isi c at itsof injrisil stlightiattdt 010giS l taste _soI
AafrthLemotICpBUtTonssts'of "herIseems ltoi b' itipurpeitI t tug
fi' iasko t it ts lssSt tttit. itintwhiit' n lll iffdtwtay." Iht'ttt

4 AR'
BOOK STORES,
±UP TOWN DOWN TOWN.:
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Scrutinize'
College Mlkn
Th el i I ll1 Mls it)th
'V ARSITY DIATS
GOODSPEED'S
Hatters. 117 Soufth MottoSt.
"A stiff utppert lip"
is softenet id td re-
Sha~ving Stick.

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THE be L[. A. COURSEi
BUY A SEASON TICKET AND HEAR
Henry Van Dyke, Lyman Abbott, F. H'opkinson Smith,
Isabel Beecher, Madam GJielaw, and Walter Wellman,
TheI Associatiots teturns all the ttuootty to thte studeants its
thoe formt of leoctutes.
NO STUDENT CAN AFFORD TO MISS THIS OPPOR-
TUNITY.I
'Ticikots may ho obfaitted from Treasurer Aldridige it Cusit-
ing's Drug Mtore frotm 4 to t0P. tnt.
RESERV[D S[ATS 59C* [XTRA I

3%TH EN;S5 T.HNI
DIVAN MI.. 5IABOLT, ltahager

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WEDNESDAY EVE., OCT. Z
TtlL DISTINGUISMDEI)ARTISTE
EUJGENIC BLAIR
In David Bekasco's "~asterpiecn
Prices: 25c, 50c; Lower Floor M5, $1I; 6 Rows $1.50
Seat Sale Mronday, 9 a. m.

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Coming ---HOWE'S WONDERFUJL PICTURES

TINKER & COMPANY. FURNISHERS AND HATTERS. 334 S. STATE ST, -Phiolle22r

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