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December 15, 1900 - Image 2

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t Adtresses-. TKIelley, Mr. Robb. qST[IN-BLOCK CLOTHING
f . 211 v Impromtu Debate Affirmative, 1
G P Scroeder. Negative, Faul.
pubiished Daily (Mandays eceptedduring General Debate-Resolved, "Tat tbe ronr~NBIK ~ hAE
Callee veaat ship subsidy bill now before Congress
lTHE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN sbould become a law." Affirmative,
lAsNIEsANHOFFIEs CEssQesSbulder, Bailey. Negative, MNemar, - This make of clothing as con-
Aruss BldgMain St. 336 S. State Street. Todd. fined to ns in this town, and is the
Both 'Phases 13. New State 'Phase 1. ALPHA N. sela alr'cetosfrFl
MAAIGEIO, -Recitation-Hollister. Wear.
. H. ANS, ''01 Debate-Resolved, "That prohibition
BUSINESS MANAGER,' is, under existing circumstances, prf- Sis$50 o2.0
.'. JEsasAss. '1 L erable to high license." US$50 o2.0
EDITORS: General Discussion.
ATHE~TICS, - 0. D..HUus,.'01 JE Sybil-Editors. 1uviercoats $6 t o
Parliamentary Drill. 3o
A. H. I5CDOALL,'l E. W. A. Kessa, '1 Music.
MsssL, K. SABst'03 CHAS. DVOAsK'01 Business meeting.LND N C 1 IT
W. A. BseavSCER, 03 iE. 1. HUSTN, 03 Tomorrow mornitig the regular I D N C 1 W
morning service at the Church of& AP E
Christ will be given to a memorial to ___________________________________
the late Prof. B. A. Hindale. Pres-
_____________________dent Angell and others will give ad. Wehaejut eceedou fl
dsresses. Rev. Grafton, the pastor, isI and winter stock of
Ypsilanti nmodesty seems to have arranging an appropriate program forU
taken a sudden junipoupiwards. No the purpose. FANCY OVALS,
mace canl the Normal athlete make a ______ THE NEW SHOE
display of his well-developed biceps____FOR_____WOMEN_____ FANCY CIRCLES,
and though lie may have ano arnm chi- CONTINUE HAPPY BY USINGFO WME ORNAMENTAL FRAMlES
eled of marble atnd perfect in form, he Royal Tigers, 10c; Tigerettes, 5c. Being scientifcally constructed are AND
dare tot show it. The Normal co-eds always comfortable and never PICTURE MOULDINGS
have burst out its a storm of im'ndna- That's Ohe name-HALLHR'S JEW- tire the feet. o vr ecito-oei n
tioto against thetenude nale arm 'anod o eeyELEYpio-om.nn
Teetzel, nmighty 'athlete and 'coach, ________ see them.
bows ini submission to the'rusaders.
Now, really, it seems unikido f fle Strictly Up-to-Date on all Tables, G.eo. H . Miller, 1
Ypsi co-edo to attetnd the basket-ball Cigars, Tobaccos, and Lunches, at D Ot~Uit! ART STORE
gameoos of the menl as spectators and, ROSEY'S. 212 S. Main St. 217 S 4th AVE., ANN ARBOR
thon demand that they regulate fle at Best $3 hat made Is the Howard___________________________________
ire of the hard-worltis5contoestants.WahmRa& eeso gnt.yvow oooooooo
Bot Ypsi girls always have lad aWahmRn&Hulseagt.
norel way of doinog thinogs, and] we sup -TEN T EA RE
pose flat it will te useless for us to Skating at the Skating Park. HillA HLI T
even ttetmpt to influence our "Old and Fftl.
grad" Teela I to ive his toen their
-oee freedoito. otoan, tloon at in- Deme brT N GT
deed mli tv! Roof we aroto little sur- 1~ 1eie O I H
prsdto ,:ear flat the Normoal femi-
aiti, itio rusually is to trsEF E SO fly L
agitated oersuch triov0 ianooattesJE F R O fFA I' II
should be so delicat upon oit o
which soeetos tever to b heo ied th le W in tonTHE LEADING OPERETIC COMEDIAN
of or capus.W inson ~And a Great Cast including a large Chors of Pretty
Chicgo-iehgan ameNov 16Girls in His Latest Success
Prof. A. A. Sagg has cut out Iowa Io r hl
and iotoocooa from lis list o football R O
gameoes for o ext seaso. Stagg seeoosmtobt
tobhirougho with maokhig tough A O U
schedules tond lis prinocipal games nex
Year will bewith MNogtiweseniscot- Krst WednesdI?~ ayIU All ast wek at the Deroit Oprouse.
si, Penntsy-lvaiai, Nrlaeneo ttd riii IIHI pr
Illinoois. Thoe tae of Nov. 1(i s beeno
agreedl utoon for fle \Mnhbiao-Cicago s RCS 50, 75c, $.00 and $1.50
00 ltotgcn ~.Jost whto Seasono on sale Carriages at 11.
-Michtigant will playon00Turkey Day is IIU
Progamsof te Scieies ect resSPEND YOUR LEISURE TIME
Printed lectures for all depart--AT
'fle literary Sot-ieties haove annoiouced menlo of the University. Type-AV&9
thteir prograomos for their usual weekly writing and Mineographing.R O ES
mieetiings. Takinig the osubjects for de- EWRSBR .
btle as to criteriono ltretlig omet- (Oe5hebns tte Strea B illia rd P a rlo rs ,
wilgso imtooy helooked for. ________________________
xihtetasusua~,,this isevening oitig. Redmond, Kerr &C.,
The Websters and Jehtersoniaois will BANKERS YOU WILL FIND A PULL LINE OF HIGH GRADE
aso meet" at this time,,having post- 41 Wal Street, New York CLEAR HAVANA, cI A S
Harrisomi lecture ast oight. Trassat agenerath banking bssiness.t
Tefoigaeteporm: Receive depsits suhjetlo drat. Divideds IMPORTED ( :I( A E
ThssIwn r teporm: ad iterest eollected and remitted. Act aso I
WEB STER. Fsa gasScadseaio h eu OAND DOMEST I 4r
Current Events-Foreign, C. J. Luff- railroads, sreet rilways, eas cmpaies, etc. n A \j
hell Domstic It C. an We. ecrites bsght asd sld o cmmisiona.
Irehometsic,R Pe.nVniegon . Members New Yrh Eshasge. AND TOBACCDANDO 'S
R. Hadley, J. L. Degr oot. ,S-EAL IS S CCESOR
General Discussion-Resolved, "T hat List aS current aiehers '5 --tcnsppca, liEYNOLDS III ROSENTHALER 312 -D~r
Porto Rico should have been givens a PHILADELPHIA COERESPONDENTS. _ TREEi T
different form of government" GRAHAM, KERR & CO. _____________________________
Debate-Resolved, "That it is to the W 1 ~STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING,
interest of the United Stateo tosubsi- M. STAEBLER'S CYCLE EMPORIUM, 207 E. Washington Street. ARThSIC GAS AND EECTIC FIxTURES.
dize our Merchant Macile.' Affirms- 119 W. Washington St. HIGH GRADE MANTELS AND ORATES.
tive, D. P. Strickler, N. P. Beebe, Bersori~m o An W r haqatr o vr hnInteln-o unsi o
iser. Negative, C. A. Manchester, S. EXCHANGEYAr0hLmsFeAnWorehaqatr vrythintin thehineaofrfunishigs o
W. rine, . SArbor"LIN LMhPSueaesstudents' rooms,
Cric'sRepor-.R Ma rs. Brhug in your ld uses asd et us make you WASTE PAPER BASKETS, CUSPIDORS
Current,-Toics-Domestic. Nevins. The Superior Mf g. COrPicsYuWilAwys.nheLwa.

Foreign, vPatterson. I.A.Wiso. S5. M~ 1,sa lhao. -M R H M S B Z AR
Speeches-r.tearnacr. A.delson.athese sad 215 SOUTH MAIN STREET NEW- STATE 'PHONE 452

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