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THE MICHIGAN DAIL~Y

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Wih..make your Clot .'tnf
Rather a pertinent and pointed
question, to e sure, lit our ob
ject in asking it is to intret yo
in our Superior Sort of Tailoring.
If you are not already a patron
of our, we w ald like the pleao-
ure of making your Tall Sit aa
a tet of our ability to it and
please you.
There's Nothing Beyond Us
in Garment Making.
Our new Woolens are a choice
selection fromo the bet of Foreign
and Domestic looms. We show
many handsome and exclusive
patterns confined to uo for this
locality
You're perfectly safe in plac-
ing your expectations very hih,
Sir,when you leave an order wth
us, for you will neer meet with
any disappointment
You'llfnd our prices mode-
ate and pleasing-never fany.
If we make your lotnes this
season, your future patronage
wit) take care of itel.
(. H. WILL) CO.
311 S. State St.
Your
Football
Suitt
Guards, Shots, Jerseys
and everything you'll
need int the way of Foot
al stpplis are here in
prousiotn.
Yotllind dte hest
styles and dependable
aaty ii you buy
AT
Sheehal's Bookstore
Pillows, Banners
and everything in
ROOM SUPPLIES
at
DARLING & MALLEAUX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
Enee.a ecnd class matte at tte An
Abr Pstfie.
Publised daly (Madays cpted drig
thte colege year, at 17 East Wahingoe
S street. ell phee892... teee phane 7.
MyNlaigitig Edito--Aurtur C. Poud.
Buaier's Manager-C. F Wistead.
cci os
Athetics .......Robert I. Clacy
Ntws ......s...David F. Sevsoii
Lxcanvge. liv, ery A Montgomery
Music ad Drama..Paul S. Mowrr.
cuceocAt STAteY.
Ferris N. Smith George A. Osor!
J. Frl Ogle, Jr.
ASSOCIATE EDITOS.
liery F. Schule Harold C. Smith
Claretnce E. Fldridge John F. Worz
Floyd Ii. Jones William A. Mlherii
Gletn ). Bradley
C'laics' Vouche'ri'v Georitg I. IHobar
J. W NICCaic less Carl R. Moorec
A. F Ritchie Jesse Li Spito
BUSINESS STAFF
John F. Wrz 5. Jh Wabd
RATES, $.o per year. or $.0uit paid in
ad vance.
Address: CHIAS. E. WINSTAD, Busiess
Maager, 22 S. 12th St. Phae 77 L.
Otffcearst 12-4 t 13 ad 63to t7430t
P. M. Daly.
Address ARTHUR C. POUND, Managing
Editr, 713 Mre. Pheee945 J.
Ofcelor; 2t 5 P. r. Daiy,
Except Sda.
FIitor tiday--GEFNN D. BRADLEY.
iUniri'tsiy iiieiifere pv uros' of
ihosintg riprsi'iiaiv's ito thStetict
C''i, This e lct in solin ~vig out
civtel sniiior clas lctiio. liie csiom
of eimiiiiaiiigipoliis frm tiieleciciin
has resiltedlupiniiiI iv's occsios in
teaplilceirance cifliiit aimere' handul
sevii'oni thec ost iiimpranireliciiig
boyi suidentiliit. Politics'sarc avoii-
highly ii iimpan al iiicu ofgiiii
ciiowisiito a t iak'i'f ice Csccil.li
Nki w ell htialiliciito seiveaiccnottiali
ays th uholitics withlilie cve-,d
isa had wo aetilI viins ass laiii
i lithe.'Clsses hieltitalf liciforiaiposi-
adi ictiai ,'iiNetterisiir i a'ih
gait atd c icttr cntrlo f stetct
affairs. 'T'ici lyiidesiestoimpes
upioi evy imembel~r f te 10(17class
thai his ,duity'is iii atitend his elect in
antilseeii th ttio, reiivvnstaiac' men',
arc chosni
FOR RFN'l' -Sitgle viiiiiifotylady
hath, ga, tlephloe; $225 icrcweeks.
Mrs. N iirs Siiigle ctage, 39 Fast
William sreet. lhe r107-1L. ii

'illEC XII I 11 P1O J1T C" I'S- d l'pvitilct yImulticvs vichcchavii p
W 1NiES DEFCI NIlTE JiORMNI vig lietrust fliv si' r,1 }ii i rs list.
________ liiiiThecindpntilii , osist ofiiiiiit rne
licp, fchain tg atatr in tihis city if promiitpi'iiucers ofi leucvsligcv
hni been i, ii re c. Negoutialios havei oic f prom viiintrdcers, atlir-miiiiiagers,
'w-: siuvitcnc viilyi te inriiin andii vcxploiters if iiiduial slat's, 'lhey
iaagers for an 'iii i-lit, it site neir av i, veired itcoinat~ion for hepurv
the tamuispmisvof ar'taitgiig slates', d oiltcvicfai
IFor lhe' lnstwli ies siiiceite ldvtiliheir cimpiie.c
Athenis theatre wias scoiidimneidiunfiiit fliii 'iccaiggressivei'iiiii'i'iii'its i h
'i -,tnse", propsed i'tiw icthe eifa 'itted m ia lbaiie lfoi engagementts iipiii
ccv itheatre. it,,,-]tainwasyto erctiian thei'Stages i'iiitrouliclipbyipersonusonsd
entreynw uiig nearvtiec amtputs, oflbertiicg'tiicatiivi s 'ilhey lve, beeni
bit fir somicru-a son or othercthis iideabusyibyinstg, li-tsitin,'iinidIercctinigihc-
was not recieditiha'iy great amtoiuttarcs all overctheicocuntry. Ini N'lichiigant
ofi approval. Anothii'er chemes, wich they aimto iimiakeit,'cir'cuitof aott
the pireccingtionei, wisas torenvciiatei lit'hi'iipe to place iniintntiAviboi.
old Aniliis thcatrei andi mitkeitito at sNegoitialtins liv a sitceiiiar'tieicam-ii
gritund-filoori shhoulsetii. Ims arceiunderstood toli lbeitunder' tway.
Outiisidertiltsoitiescaeiiiici'stedin bi ut just wvitlsits the oeiiuinser'cit-
this latitrschecme-. anisi iigioia tutuns were i'siratioiiihlappen'iito iie'has nit yeci ieen
isii Ci Uic,',,N. N' i.C'. W'iinecy.,'c of,May.nard't a'iI i I1li'rty sire'e'ts.
light ope'a'5wist thits'headiiofiithis priiitingSc cssallisliiiti SA inguity u
tng oif its ialls .1,heauditor~iiiuws t N Ci.NC'C FlOR
be ,,in,,thebac atilof thirbilintg, gi-s Si' C iCI''illRNT'10;
ingspce iorstor's ii inte front.
n its i-vt'eiadcifit' cari'riig iii the,'rgii'ral liicrry iviilinigftritishitson
plants lii decide to. Thlenercitan is iwhoi tiivs iby awtich, its'ntesyiti udenticai n

iFOOTBAhLLSfJ

drwnan cceipteid for a $tistioo strc
oftics' Nproposdbiti hll iiis exhiied
natras pcically ettled
Mir. W'hiit'ey, hevistcir,',encuntce'ed
tilt itwsas aparen~vitily anii ii, css's', ob-
lii, lstac ailsHe titici to uithetuunew
its( tut heii iotishitig o is, su o
bonds, ie had suppo iii sdtti'locai par-
lit, is isa ppitedi'i. AN ttu ii ofiithe
bankin ivlthcity,isas wellas anme
of local i'cipitalists. , i ifiedsiithir Swills-
the, wshiole iaiouintiasked fir coutll toit
was nfot hcoiii nil. 'hrtci
It ii i rested ii i,,'its prsent stl late f r
so e ltl ige.sll tei paiti'cs inte
faoabytwarIthir iproject.
It siisuored that on oith'eliiIt'r'rea
,rswyM.Vhtiutucouistl itlseciuri'e
sh liclt subscriiiionbisniscaii as ii,
atricl 'trst. iTe iwaeiofsentimiienii
ofi tis'. commrty whiiih swepth across the
u'niteds Stats's sitnic timeii ago is said by
li tr ush. I cii s 'i't'that may bei, it is
i fct tliv, Wh55 tiney itindtchoplay
attraci tits conhto'l bhieihctrust inith
ivntthiat theii'theatrecomse'vtis a potssi-
T'eue'wsichemeticomest from'the inii

11iti ci, f NMichigan stidtti are ig--e
no'.Nfewsyears agit this plant iias
e'stabiihedttwithiithec iea, ofifuriushinig
s'iitjihiss ts',It studenit i tesrs anutu a
expsets thtitotghi collegi'. 5W1eiiNi,.
abotut ii woki eseray h situde n't 'sl)tcih asmaltstu
yr.1could g ii' writor, iisevcral ttirc
meprill theyih ai l 'uy' c pliic
in th inter,,,r's tad.Is' iiyiu khitisally
iftshe, fellowts tilt,,catnpiii. just tn
thims',,, d.
Stili I iIIl C 1;CI' NCI'Ag
'iICI-IC'' I N T'11 11 , CI)
Th (istii'sohoorei ngt ner tcke
followiiiig well'1 ccvii 'e tuu rei'the,
first aspirats fori'hictatrs at this'nd
'if thiir'Cl ats
so i c-pri'eilnt-'ilhi,',,,Casey.
I cur secrcetary-- uy Nlth.
Four trs'asurer--JouhntiI- \N ci stgut
Foirtrck.'mtsnaiger-J. \N'hiiiitg.
ICor' bast'ballh tiattg'i' 3. :. Peti'son.
tic sergeait Iat artms---. R.15. rent.
SCIi k 115LA'S CN'l'Ci l)l,h'h'iC's
Thei'followingitickesst, husadedubyhi . I.
'ttun iorIwss'
For precsident----Sito' I.. Bak
For v sicc-presidet'CI .. 'Jouhnt.
Fur secret'airy--Antsoiinb Waid eieis.
Fori'tre'asurter--J. I,,uuri'uiReady.
For b' asebuall mnag't' 1. I, Joneis.
lo r aairi'ihiivgs'r--J '. W hodik

75 cents
$1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00
$3.00 and $4.00
AT
WAHR'S'
lihe Book.stoire that's Never
Umilersold.
C. E. Barthell,
MEDICAL,
LAW
DENTAL
BOOKS-.
NEW AND
SECOND
HAND
Cas ofiuiExchancmges.fir Od
Biooks.
C. E. BARTH ELL
,6 Sothi Statie Shreet

M Spalding's Official feel.
., Bail Guide Containneg' the
New Raees
rsitflI a--exltcatcly
;re pitutas. -Pitt- i sy waits-r
liam. vhelairiisi ttito
tiii ht;uti~e everypuciuhiviced.
sciieuie" oaptins: ec tisu crs. pictueres
itf ovecr suit loves;.Prince 10iCets,.A "O.
SPALIiNUc & BR~OS.,Nivit York. Chicacgo,
Lui, sl C. c.co I-tnapiuislictu e'
ii,,it'ahu. cyis'iitsi' Pittsbuirg. I'l iaiiilphtiu,
ioton vitiWSasini-''i,( tutu. tat ottBltimorecs.
Sendour mw nd gt ,itse - isty oathle
I 'unu F tiul IS , s-ite ' spit' (;atalotgue,
tutu tutu, g pure s a5' ii cuu -i vifli tes'
sea-sonableiicathleitic--'utuds.

--

THE CO=OP STORE
Under te Cotrol of thme Utniversity of MeichigamnCi-operative
Association.
Si. P. Weaver. 'o7 Law, Supt.
we sELL
Eugene Dietzgen Co.'s
Celebrated Drawing Instruments and Supplies
See the Gettuitie Richter c" Hoop-Bouw" Set. Sec
the Gcmmm Uniona Set, witht the cmBolt-Thin '" joint. See the
Special Ani Arbor Sets; durable comstuctiotn amid special feattmrest.
ILLEMBEK
Every Instruarxe.at Is Sold Vzador Absoo1~t. Gxr-
antee. We Protaot You.
AtLWAYS PiATRONItZE
THE CO-OP
The Store oj" the Studemnts, by thme Students, toa time Stumdemnts

i

Em ploy menit
Bureau
AND
GENERAL
,IN[ORMAIION,

"SEE PROS PECTUS"
S. 1. A. Announcement',;
NOW OUT
W. J. Bryan Booker Washington
Chas. A. Towne Samuel W. Gompers
J. Lincoln Steffens Leland T. Powers
Robert M. Lafollette Albert.B. Cummings'
Frank W. Gunsaulus Oratorical Contest
"F. Iiopkinson Smith Creatore's Band
$2.,00 GET TICKETS NOW $2.00

AT

moMi118a" nHall 1!

___________ oil

CIGARS, TOBACCO,
CANDIES

THE MECCA BILLIARD PARLORS

334
SOUTH STATE ST

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