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V This Space
Reserved
FOR
Sam BurclifielC d .
Anni Arbor's Leading
TAILORS
106 E. Huron St. Opp. Court House
J. L. CHAPMAN, Jeweler
ALARM CLOCKS 79c
ALARM CLOCKS $1.00
ALARM CLOCKS $1.50
ALARM CLOCKS $1.75
Fully Guaranteed
Watcsh Rep m-lr froga Spealmity
ITE FARMEIRS AND MECCNANiCS BANK
MAIN AND HUROUN STREESTS
Caia1$00 Surplus andO Profits $100,000
Gieneral Banking Business. 3 percent paid
onTine u'd Outings Deposits. Safety Do-
isosit Boxos to retnt us $2.00 and upwsards
RI. (scour, Pres. If. Gl. sluTTY'' sAu, Vices-P~res.
11. A.3 WILLIAMSi Cashier 1 T rown Acst.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital sc'k x0,1000 Surplus $2910,110W
iecources $2:15101,00
A Geetral B~anukintg Bsusinessau T ransuacted
OrrFICoRS: Chins. P. Hiscuck, Pros.; W. D.
Hurrisman, Vice Pros.: M. J. Frito. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
WV. J. Huuth Jno. V. Sheehan
Wmo. Arnold tDr. V. C. Vaughan
t as. Hi. Wude 1E. F. Mills
John H nae too. Kochu
Prof. H. S. Carhart Henry W. Douglas
Christian Martin tane tF. ZLisnoermas
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
01' ANN AnORs, MICH.
E.1). (lONE. I iAROtiN SOULSt
P res. Vice-Pros.
S. 1V. ('LA illS0t, Cashier.
Caupital. 0100,000. Surplus anod Profits, 000,000.
Lecrman menoR **H1( ad
Coermoj~roia.t antd
Sessvirag
Cues. MeoIrn anod Libertys Streats

'P07. IV!hCIt IQAN 1) LOV
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING sssssss O'ssit5fewweerk"', p.rciec,
WAN"f~h'b In formerlsyears comoplains Is Ils' 1111
Wl"'ssid-Tenor ansd basssoloists Ifor md ht oh vrdlil lnafissere inll
church positiosns. Apply atloIce c ekn1w1litleSo11111 mslil clsis.
322 Sott Divisiois Ss. fisi I I i tlos thesi ritrs ici lwstue, fo11
th at utm of tie ll' s s lls i o s
II'oeted--Lasdy stoudent, dcsiril cc Il onl . -oneor1twoconIcers in555 555
ploymentstfor furnsished rosom.(Csli aIabo. T 5syerfollowsyillsh~mv
32.3 1-'. Huronlsl sr phsonel 001J. 5 sinntLcssI i 1lat)'esonS~~, tli lubs1155intend
to L~ c r} I~d I achanc teaheartisem
FO)1< FlNT. > rltms

For l Tee ilrge soutsit(i) f rccc'.
ha itbslcksssstisofIlampus, at 012116'
Ihye isusSt., wihstseasmsheat1. gas an
teiephone,55. for $ a- w'e1ek' i. 7-8i
feall 'ssone.111T'555 dsfr m cam-
ps. s 23llS. Thssssesrs. 7'--8-011
lot Lta)hetaPi fraternity badge
enrve .. Cr (anes. linderIsinly
retulrnl Is fo}iS. SsStateA sal i ci'ss l
rewasrdi. 8-o-l
TRVOU 1'(-R111 1ss II'1)1" 1.iss
lilo ssirs announcedisor r sss ,sssos is .
VU this sr. alhoi tih111rcs i arc1'
enoughtt l d nle ft05 si to 5.5sh i sinss ))
li ss issprpes tylse.'s
frehme ac In t liiise Ito tie ll sis
1sad otuIsrn mssslins large' murmu1sat
Ille try5-outls. i1551'snrcs 5111 '' sier
'Olls'gsoodll ssssslrial is) Iolliie' th'tsissi
P ot been 1111' issirs . IA I''s '111111 5
canI play 515a 55mandol1 in ' or guitar. O- is''
hinsks lshe '5can ill s ing 11 isilr s ry sr IN
F~ransk Kapps 'llrted managct- ofs'5 the
55'115u1 of1ssf i 1551115's illnessto reig
hiso Issitions. (IMr. Kapp hd i~ t 111)11
wo~rkl for teiholiday tip.rjl* s'5aratslss
l rl' G. Kills'sn,dietr I.A a -
I ..an and 1.-1'. 71111111 r11n1 1h11 lasssi-
li lubtandF. IB. Kefl ndCC Pn
Tsispyear ithe'Gtt's'club11is)und)r ic sl
ledershipilof FrancsskcIs smaIl III1111 Ill
ssaisoiiss cilsb1sf I1. ARsmm >
are t ItWrera s'ln thlub.'s lc
'psct 15to s oil ehs lsil soonI 11 f115 r515tIs
'ol UiveO'rs oiysl 11Mu1sill's'into

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\(.ss 71()11bistIorms) withihercreaio ~ii
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mad( suc ;lIl lit 1,1- 11l~l11 )ssiss 5 111 ;LS 1a
7)rk lb 'sills n 's Pa~ It si he a
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wit llnrv F. )I~ v Is ill(.stsill IS'.
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is 5 .11 .7s sl ) I I Issrs XW . S1<l.'ss
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si 1.11c1 tic 'scl 1,1\7 51ill at state,'
lI '1111" 'as i sI leds) Ss. .5and 711c
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r))el ))fo11rclnail-nll's bis. as111 1.11.'alc
O11111111 s tsi) c) WXX ills Is

The different StoreofBte Cl h s
SCoIlege Suits
and
Overcoats
rtiIsh i ns,
'J. f. WU[RIB
COMPANY

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Gas Specialties for Students
GAS.5STUDEIINTI LAMP11S cosppc1 01111t111heimost effici.ent
(Gas Bturnecrs 01117
GAS HI Al INC IBURNT RS Pfoi 1111 II 11r and for chaf-
in; dishics.
GJAS HEI ' IIFL1AT I RON S Ito1(1 7111r(1515 pressing.
We csell onlly thle Weslsbachi 5r111111of, sGa, 111mps adFMatn-
tls This ibrandialais tadsi 11115 1Ii 1111
Ann Arbor Gas Company
7 (li-srill findS list wist you70)1 I to1ursii sh syour 5rtloms
MISS IOVI II,'1SPORE -2 S.51State St .,Upsltars
Pillows, Banners, Pictures, tLamsps, Netting, lacks, Haommers, in fact a full
line of den supplies.
,11 CIAL.x)"ol , ,1' o r~or) rit/s)((Ii fr is , t -} '1tlo~is fel
E;. H. FOWLER 10 Law, Prop.

The Fine Tailoring Trade isdmning ar
are radically different from the styles so finely illustrated in many
o1 the leading magazines.
N WAGNER & CO.
Importing Tailors State Street

*11d

FIFTY-SIXTH SEASON
SIUDENIS' L[GIUR[ ASSOCIATION
The Premier Lecture Course
of Americ..6
DRL. FREDERICK A. COOK
[IEUT. ERNEST H-. SHIACKLETON
Who has reacheud farthest Sosuth
lON. ROBERT M. LAFOLLETTE
U. S. Senator Ireo. Wiscosn
MAUD BALLINGTON BOOTH
Sonciologaist eformer, and Orator
(ERALD STANLEY LEE..
Eienat Editor, Esaayist, and Lecturer
lON. CHAMP CLARK
Leader of Mnority in Congres
L.ORADO TAFT
The foremost Sculptor of tha Went
SEUMAS MacMANUS
Irelands foremeost Poet, Author andi Lecturer
UNIVERSITY ORATORICAL CONTEST and DONALD
ROBERTSON AND HIS PLAYERS
Watch for the Prospectus Season Tickets on Sale $2.50

University Symphony Orchestra
for new nmenmbers Wednesday eveniiig, Sch~ool
Tryouts of Muosic, -7130' . L'ow orcheiria pitch.
Sight reading not the first consideratiotn: brilng somlethling
lastly dlifficutlt that yotu have prarticetd.
SAMITHUa PIERSON ILOCKWOOD),
Coniductor

Detroit United Lines
On Iinfaissl 1Co o isvisionisSupeulus-
IsslI n I l , Ill s siltti, Iorthss.iDetroit
I s' -ie I ins"e Is olil Issof V'rsinty' 01"
(s'stsi.'alionsof sth1e sl~'iinoist, beondio
Ills's' 5l),wtC1 of'tsei Clss t'155'1i11 se'vice, of
a151, -i'lof 15 Isdenstoor oi'muss Anun
Arbor11 extra cars and extra service
will be promptly supplied.
Roe's Laundry
THOMAS ROWE, Prop.
326 N. Fifth Ave.
Ores Itilcs 457 Hell Phone 457-iL
MiOE'S BARBER SHOP"
700 North Untversty Ave.
0. A. MOE.
University of M~ichigan Union's
Club Haxseo Bensbas' Shop-
GEO. V. STOLL1, Propog-tor

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Arbor LEGAL MISCELLANTY Aes As'bees

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