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October 23, 1903 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1903-10-23

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.*

Fall
Announceent..
The1Lar gest and Most
Comnplete Line, of..
WOOLENS
in Ann Arowill beif round51
at (a.t1.Wild &Y (as,1085
1Kast Wasfingfon St. (1 sal
Mains have been taken in
t he sci'f'tlin of all auili ng,
ti'osiiaiiis &kove rcoatfing,
for fthis season.

THE MICHIGAN DAILY
Entereid as s'ond ofl.s i alat ItheAnn
ArboaIlset, Olic
Illniilisliisdl y IMoliiiilyireiieil ilnririil
isolvgi'i'ye, by te \liiliian Daily Board
at LIIe fnioier'ily ao f iciigan.
MANAOINO EDiITOR
S. IOOISY '1llMAiON
BOUSINESS MANAGIER:
lOSC'iiilE B. 11I: 170 N
EDIITORS:
1N61', - - - - . S. Blir
ASSOCIATES:
(1iiloid SI uuinson. Eoy Peeiles.
A.: ] i.iai:. ('hlili C. Davis,
A. C. Imindl. A. 11. (iii iiyer.
.1 wipili 'i. IHeri. Stoiadi S.IIoire.
Editor Today-A. H. ORTMEYER.
* Sfltii')!)171I 'flao lllllos i 1 (°)' ll(', a/{(l~t~i a",9
ad roiv. Ifj irtoimpi ijtal- a. I., 19o3 $?(go
Office Hours:- 12:30 to 1:30 anl 6:30 to 7:30
p. m. Daily,
Address ROSCOE B. HIUSTONO, Business Mao-
agoer, 331 rackard Street.
Telephone, 461.

G. H. W ILD CO. 111 i ih i Yarl sed -ilWariiig~si Bings ofli
illfll1(ala 0 Yiale111 k l byla7
108 E. VWsh. St. rais v yniiin if 1 i$ perhour
Ni Ne~fi~i1N0eliiiandith ii iiig iille sme oral
as' I liiiin.oferig iiioiy.Amngi
S1H1E IiIIA.2V' S w rn are ltheifollwiig: Atl
4 ~ ~ ~ i~ ( I: guiodfe a)bo11t8 collegelisaldiags1
if: I :t ' la i nielecton im , deliv.eriigicollge fil-
Ktihe iifollr aaal lillaoii
I{ 1n d i( p r , e lin g il t l , ( t1 hi e i v i J u n i r
* (fll] a Illil (l uly olilt"ll1ames,
1 il] a re r slo a forint i nl~g
aoys iduns, 0 'liliilila fr railradl
wcmies l faunris, anitrckig
Text- i inms lesi g sHm iia a, atr
±*llliliiiishngprga, driv~ig Iilko wag-
Ke geel nts for ® ar a ii ii llerrr(a (001n
Dufe &Jsr Drawing In- f*palyiofer asolr 17Iiil'i1 1158haveirkedi
± stoinnts lpait ig, weelling invalida hair,
Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens atl leviursan0:1(1nilveriy fntian,
_______________ ~ ((1cutt ain wood illlr aaiig enveloes,
'Tr'yOur wor a it iatory, photgapin'i ilig in-
OeDlaFonanPn lllWarranted. * GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES.
Fromiinnhei M inisoalull aily:
f SHEE AN COf Cme* aa' n
Sudets' Book Snre.iiii gn.",
Z320 South11SItae Sret.
* ~ ~ th 11 l]anl e clbat :1the Univeriiy
*~ ~ 0 Minnes1ota 011, ar plannliig to11put a
i~fiiN~fi~~i00if fpl~ay n Ihe radllduring 1111 ('ril-
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank. eras hllllloy.1'lhe y itend111viiig7
ive 0Oiite southalllernl pa tth
A GENRAL BANIING BtSINSS Inorail 1erefli lna esri iday oathIIe
TRANSACTE. 5551k1are give byg ihe Woman's:
Llri r~n Tihce (I is 51I. l. iLlrr alier. wali suent tola I beome 1bettev as'
lii' HIhIL'PAI lla~q lriId w ill: le l aiy i( lii
svlveo01111 silli arnillaaliheir ii
0. IYL lMatinII, vR. eilila eu ai ta rein5 beI]:
Officec2019 S. 41:Ave.}hal, 9). 1 eicrtnafrontoeevehes-
denri':302 ..15th Ave. I Thne '110 idensa f at oa ielarI neil. A shri
prograinOfit earsiinmenti is ivsn
AmbuIolace ona all.a
Henry Van Dyke, Lyman Abbott, F. Hopkinson Smith,
Isabel Beecher, Madam Gelaw, and Walter Welman,
The Association Ireturns lS 1 the m~oey~ to the studnts ina
the forma of lectues.
NO STUDENT CAN AFFORD TO MISS THIS OPPOR-
TUNITY.
ITickets may ho obtained fromo Teasurer Adridge at Cus-
lug's Drug Store h1010 4 to (6 p. 10.
R[S[RVEID SEATS 50c [XTRA j

each day, and furnishecd by ha Fa-
ulty.
Th'Ie variann menmbersnofth(le Far-
ultyga01te Iunivrity (f hicagli have
adoaftecdla uniiuec sag Itfnsolving (le
dificiul rooitio~n (f living aecom-
moduiations in a big city. Niniseen (f
bhe Facilty have planned to build
heir iisn housaes in tw grops, 1101
group ofatelevcen hiusi'sandl (le othib
groiiup of ightllhouscs. The frt
groui ilsOl bIiihlatle'the lfnglisb
stle, each: ho~uis'having theiama:ne
vaiety if brick inisIaonsat:rutini,
lull a a istncandindiiiiviul lanb.
Ons' largie iopin bak yardl 'will serve
thle lnirs' grill:p. 'The secndl grup~l
will be construcedel along tila gin-
crlnpllan 111t1ater Ithe Ialian sale01
if architecture.
Nearly a bhundire'dIstuna rms
NoirthweastIrn ('hii'ago, Amnouur ilati
hise, :and11lie m~eica schiolareIIea'nil
binga hgnsierableg moyter11'ollege1
11115' lg down~i-twni aloreataC(hieago.
Sixnstudeinsalthe 1Univri y of
Illinisalvre aliapendied lior hazuigi
freshmen:n. DueiwIaring ws agi1v11
'Ill'haiers 111t1was diaregard'led. The
Counciiil o1 Allmiinista ion itend i:ltoI
Ills'ehe niiversit yr'lie, awhich
11f the1 :111 ma 1ofuuther oftuileills, or
subj~ecing fell11ow astudents aoiigni
liill fmay kindi.'
A 1footb all champinsh li]: sill Ill
at1 S. oisi.'rhe caminhipailwsill
Ill decidledduinvlg 1111'week lbeweens
Noivembler 21 :a:111Nuvemfber 21,tIn
wnnersiiabeing awardedl a:cup, andithe111
indlividuias o10tha'winiiiig teml re-
c'eivilng Olympic 7go1:d meal.
THE STAGE.
Nouplais ielutier Iknwn lnotilmore
uin'irsally priaired tan Wisnaar- 10
I'tll 'a powerul aoy ol th1111'rs11:-
tio lii: tChriatianas ite aas(of
Neruo'a terriblell'eign in Ro1111. I will
plaas l::'oughl 1110ageaIllfidramatilcirec-
ordl as Itle fis] play to b101hambonedil~aI
by piIellsan::11cle'rggofal'll liillitli-
Iions: in all cunties'i'awshere "Ihe
Sign oithle(ros" IhaantedlIitsl I
succses. In Amerca iilha a 10i a .111'
reaaioin litmmorable triumphsain its
sp1ldi iepreentlation by Williliil
(lisa']andil hia Lndn ::cmipan::y Isro
ha'Lyric'Thnater. Mhaars. Tied C.
"The Sign Iofle t'rosaas"I'l:'r111''eunill
andlllalsoi having saculred'lall theorig
(lie LyrieTheaer, Liondonl, whlihIat-
'''The Sign::fithIetrosaa"' will b' a
tomorirownv eveini~g Maniyg of lii'lead-
ingplaye0'trasf Wilfiamni Gret's'aLan-
1d1111ompniliy will be in1111 aat(of
fort1y ca reullychosnc toas'i'.
A NEW BOOK FROM THE FACULTY
Pral. Thom:::aa A. 1o71e'ia a]fprsent
an theisuabjectIuof "Wills and Co'n
t racts. ThIe wlr is naw in Ithe p'roof-
readtIer's I}ransand::Iislbeig rpidlly
pushd.I-Ilu as endevriig t aIivi
compileted fora:':use'in the s eondillse-
miester.

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z all Ulliversity w
S Text-Books. z
** New and Second-Hand. *
~Drafting Instrumfents and =
® Engineering Supplies Z
A Specialty. Z
:The Right Prices Always.
SSecond-Hand Books
Bought and Sold at
4A
* BOOK STORES, :
*UP TGWN DOWN TGWN.
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Scrutinize
College Men
lilIte Ill -moied onilh i uiuthut
(hints and oll (ull (f i ll.
I. (ill IIIly
GOODSPEED'S
Satters. 117 louth Main It.
Yof uX'w' itto((Iyour
face tuo iise Willeims'
,Sloasilig Stick.

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D12A71 M. ABIOLT, 1Man~ager

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Satulrday,
oct.
24th
WILSON
BARRET'S
GiR[AT
PLAY

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Prices:
25, 50, 76Ce1 $1
Seats
Now Selling
Tuesday,
Oct.2 7
Chas. A. (Karl)
Gardner,
IN
13H1
Darkest Hour
Coming : The
Princess Chic.

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