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T3[HE MICHIGAN DAILY

G. He Wild Coinpanly
MHERCHIANT TAILORS ..
We have complete lines
of fine Woolens for Suit-
irgs, Overcoats and Trou-
sers, Fancy Vestings for
1909 and 1910.
We make cull Dross
Suite a Specialty
CALL AND SHE US
311 SO. STATE STREET
At the New Store
G. H.- Wild Oouipany
BARKER1
COLLARS
Warranted all linen. tiade in
t-4 sines

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
iMansaging Esdtr
Ct,,sts~c st1.z. csusssee
Boa sirt. .ilages
CAR] . 0 .tAAM.
BUSINESS STAFF
Normsan i. IHill C.' . iBomsat
Adidress: ictute tDIL tY, Press Bldg.
Maynard Street.
Office Hours: Managig lEditsr, Si
I.ssn. Business Masager, t-2, 78 iP. III
Lxcept Sunday. Boils 5phoe.
TUT SDy.NV OCTOISER to, torn
Idfir'Idat--Drts' A.. ii xcts .t4
Wr5 ssslt itss Prty elsssis isth isprob-sl
aile light snowsirfurrie.
U'NIVERSITY C.Ni.Eii.\E
Oct. t-Se rcssessce s'ssseat salesi
optns at 8 s. I
Oct. s-lr. G. G. Atkislrrctre t
F. W. C. V. girls a 5 p. mt.
Ict.20--reIs. Cook'senteSit . iL. A
lie. 20-",\lssesJnstsPe"I at'ilst5
Whlitniey Thetre.
lic. 20-Vsesir 1B cc. ercrsc, at.I.
Oct. xao est of Lie t i Recia
sries at Hiugh Schsssos.
Oct. 20-:25 'try-sousts eor "itattse
Oct. as Tessilsates ccfor Xittskc
Oit. 2i-"'Te Kissinsg Girl 'at te
WVhitsey Thetre.
Oct. 22-Spseciaestterst tainilsaIc.
fore Milwcaukee.
Oct. 23--ich eiganss-5:Marqisett it
Milwasukee.
Oct.2-MicsehigssnsFreshminssssFlis
Misses ast nnrotr
PTs' fsloswigtsstssme es c encts
edi is)the Daily's list o so 1cite iesiorsr:
Arthur iB. iseitlsstss, Russel 1i. Jsstsse
IHaroslsiG. 'lTits,C.S ilwn,
Harry . Esol.
Agaisn hve isiorcssgic i i
Usniersitycstetslthais5traierot1
ingis nt onslsy'posscilecbittdesirablit
that lytylcanssbsetsmphticaits us
presrt ands ttsadeett an s e
cii esi cheerfsully, sw il tt iissiase
eerrinsgissots'e5eery list. ist cmps
bodsty tof OhioStSise rottss tcntttitt
cheer leairs, te 5promtnss ofsitiri
excelests handsi tstketadvtsiag~etof s ry
opporttuissty tssndothistru iring mssic
istcpirasisitt gst aitdsidisliewise.
Whiile Mishigan rsosteserris ct sittsi
asttctenogi wh etscorinsg tf texcellsnt
plsays stirredi tebloisei esone
t teeffostrs tofsorganttim-droingo

its a hstllf-heasrtes ir~itis lTisissicwasc
excsdiglycsiry5ofiitsimu siindthet
ycll'ii andbluetwast onipicuostby its
abec. 11tar5t, 5 the oniiv tingsigsi
iittitk:r abotstt te Sissiig it iletete
etcsit therray otirsh cais. 5eThere i
evsery reatotswhy ievery ct cssicss.ti as-'
rcii h tese anIsorcicigatesn st. ct
Ts' exchantsgt of5 stirtcs s teesitsite
i- rws of ritertt s isl standintg siti.,
bsaresd heascisssissedi sits itgitsettfithe
till\eI'~t' '1111CHI w s mst commestsind-t
athis'a'tdt shouldstis e masde ttsis's tc'g' us-es
ist s is 1mtlea st \i ieisitsa t : si
i~lts s'
"J" HOP GIVES TO UNION
Treasure Bates Receives Check for
Last Year's Surplus.
lT'e \iiishi ;ans isist s therciin
to a f allIt tsesiseteslis delight filst r
pr s ie in t shape 5of isesk fsri$4.5 .
rift.cc N ilst 5yitt 'I it ir555 I it()['yCO \i
,ntee ete o r si s or.sssss ee'sssM
f i))aiestsiea sue of t Uiontst accttosit
anlollt ivenreprsen ted te upi
from ast rar's I li). Te gitt was
..It i i s ti so 5 slt. it sit u lc n ,"sidit rsits
ts 5'ela sst t t fr sad ilast.
d( ist. tha'l C isti tit'fro t ti silil
sI lop. stsse fir~ss t ione th '5t55 ist eJveir
Jtnior f op om ie ' f te clss ofs'
I o\ the clss of '' ct i' me
5cctic tsstsstssst'is
"'Ihe 55 le h stpas sed5t tth e tt'll
NedyStge, SAKI tcan IOtcer t't'minen
ieze f the I ttsti tt sll iscutssing te'
c2al5tuen Ogaiztcsith anntual
..J. 510)) c mm tl t s h 'te es ~tabite dtlts
J iibl precednttt t seesss to ssiissesand
a stse LI. o555s555 ic I'p it t'reacing5 t heit
So lllieralim orane ot heu ' tist is'-
san te Stu ttsb lyistsi iis 5s to eho e
tha w cal ai ita mchi tmontey Ihis
ye r5 m sbl oDlp is is t ac 'ttthtl

S01) i lregatrdto s'ste rospacets forsa
555cr se liiye'tr, SsTntger' Gambslle stid
''Tit svasrsity fotbaiisll teaisi ishisfall is
oleofthe be' stwichheslstrseptressente
te tclk-ot itsome155'titms' tndtithese is isoI
reacsnwhtilt e iteserclass teasschouldi
sot at toshows a taunted imeprotvemeest."
The ,cicdulcs i 5far tas cometeedifosl-
Sodh is Ifssc. iFrsh cit lttOIct. 22.
imLot s vs. Sen'iocrbits, IOct. 2..
Sophsii Essg.tv. Freesh Rim.. Oct. 22.
Junior U sit tc .Sesnior-sEsig., Oct. at'.
Junsiosr 1I ' s. FcIresILaw, Jet. 25).
Sensisorc ss itses c.s28
Sttjtt.\esliss.oFresit Aledlics. Oct. 2
Jmir Meticssvr . Ster Meshes,
Oct. 2().
Jm )issr IDetss. F Ireshis I ists, (let. 25.
Senisr i~es ts v s. I I sius, Oct. air
VNicto'ris s i 1teaisic\ovs.13.
Sietotritcs Me\ielc 55''5555 Nos. 4.
\'ict sciass In.sttser teasss Ns
.\ SRiE11S.\ 'lINT G iiti.
lie I ill N. TI'rass'c8 hlawtt, ws mausr-
rised .\i l it:asfsstrnssntostsMiss :Ait's
Smsii fithl tsFliitsits ithoe stf te bridec's
stifle' insc'olle'ge, twas s le of ite mttts
ate' msenssits csl'ge' stfsirs. lie is
well remss'sembered fosr ste l'adinisrges'
thast hc ttsok wtile' a smembsierofI the
5, sC'sis' clubi a'ndslalsos fssrIsis classsic ist
psoai I, l rofssor IRotierstiM.
WSessley sins Ifishigesssi.
''i"sis' e t'ass a itmembessr sof heit
Thet si ts' legalfs'atesrnsi'. Pi
iDeitas 'iii. DINis tg Iis ce-e'sisy's lie
wa''t ttte of te'ein~sg csiit nTh
Frotmi.'ornell swe havce te staleencst
thas mlss pap~er-thtsissacstrdinig sosaffi-
ciali recosrdi-Princetonstotsrasnss every
othr ttheam it'egiirn l iNNPROGiMtWT-
Syesscssse gamsse ar 'e calledi Iot. lucy
mu t he insour5h' dsI or 5' be'fore
sTiursday-tssssn, liet. 21, s1"Or.
ST1TI E''C NSSt*'l.NTION
()fsts' Uiversity of icheiigant.

FOOTBALL
GOODS
Artlhissg yous ssay ineed
frowa a Lacisng Needle worits
five censts to a SpaldinggO0fi-
cial Football worth
$5.00
Gym nasiurn
Clothing
You can buy for
$2.50
Gymnasium Shoes, Shirt, Trou-
sers, and Bike Supporter
It will pay you to tee what we
have to offer in this tine.
WAIIR'S
University Bookstore
316 SOVUTn STATE ST.

LYNDON
719 NORTH UNIVERSITY AYE.
Pictures
Kodaks
Photo Supplies
Developing
Printiug
Enlarging
The largest line Pen=
nants and Banners
and Lowest Prices.

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IWAGNER & CO4
STATE ST.
A. G. SPALDING t& BROS.
The Splding are thetlargest mau-
Ctsidf acturers in thewortst
TradeMark of OFFICIALS QUIP-
4. D Iep sports and pastimes.
0 1 p If yare Otereot-
'iN yosoldhave cop
t* N u f the Spohdingo at-
aoooe. It's a esompete
enyloei knoswsn throughout eseeotetsuf
the world asa What's New in Sport
Ossarste of and5 is sentSfree uon re-
Qsusaity. queot.
A. G. SPALDINO ft BROS.
Ccage~o Detroit
Students' Bookstore
Second Hand Becks at Big
Reductions
College Text-Books
Engineering Books
Medical Books
Dental Books
Drawing
Instruments and
Engineering
Supplies
Agents for K. E. and, all other
beat makes ofiInstruments.
SEE OUR $1.00
FOUNTAIN PEN
Slieelian & .CO.
STATE ST.

SCth ,l"Isti'.IS lilt 555 Nt' i' ,t'ttsris s5sithestever. tf

l t°c:s Fie,() tii Sitianager's it"
:s li th hitorys oft iciganSite r-'t
.-Iss ty et i10ite stanx itms tat ll
Slun r It r t frtfs t ''5 \ttontiesaid
'Uses I-Vft r O L'i iil!I nC ic il
T it s schedule has 'beens )1 lushtill
ou cc is at, e pc te to si t>etietil
ta No ainss'es in s th e es ts o stcsit-
d iti f 'or 5 c t he tt i ' o li st t The
ft~iuc ,. its s'5be s'sim lr t tht of e list'
ii ss' sTe tociisrt game stt c e0ii1 ste
ts t it' ttcsthe sFresh ccitit t'tt so
te vais d pti lils

IDrteeinsg,this'right kinsit at ss i s
triers; ,at te SidsirssIc' hiset
Sit'ails& fC,

f
I't
tf

Lots of people
never worry about style,
just buy
FOWNES
GXLOVES
and hit it right.

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BAILEY & EDMUNDS
Cars is hincg;seTackles stdAmmsss tisst
K iey iling astpscialty
121 E. Liberty St. Ann Arbor, Miclhissan
R~. E. JOL LY'S
308 5. STATE STREET
Lunches, Tobbacco, Cigars and
Cigarettes.
ittluoe.itits t iff!istys
A55'5t foEt 1551B. 'ts ss tntit tgeti
itto ato
BE&BEB tPIPE

The chillpti>titteare cf c1,94st1%0ctie e i 's'S SctsiiTilet Pros ai
1(po itsniginsses, asndis sthe tsecrs ut' ritte n1fir -s'ttitt'statsh ladies. 7017
to tc'rr its It the hu eors gainth iSs cets N. t' it crefiy. hltt as(sJ. 5;hIgs' i

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No.2 6
Fast Evening
TRAIN
DEiTROI'T
Via
Michigan Central
Leaves, 6:52 P. M. Arrive
Detroit, 7:45 P. M.
Every day, except Sunsday,
Ini ample time for a' I &cial,
Theatre or Business Enigage
meats.

'U iiersit tbusic
i~Iouse
PRESS BUtLDtN., MAYNARD ST. StV ttt t i't tt t't'i ristlotitf ltstr.
iffortbItyt!Bicaeon oft1909 a comiplete otoch of the beat CtaseuC
cettttto. uiOttft~eo onfiSheet ilMutic.
' lattsvathse tateot onis beetthitO petattc oalioputtr f6 tttc.
flIan~oiino, iOuitavo and (l1uoical fM chcalndie
tlnivevsi t &Busc~1o

.

FRATERNITIES
Silver Links
Scarf Pins
Fobs
Rings
a'rice s Riuls

IWM. A RNOLD,9 JELLEGE
220 South Mais Street. -
Chinese Chop-Suey' Restaurant
Chtinese Fancy Dishses, Steassianusd i'hopts.
Amserican Luncheseof all hinds.NEery-
thisn fhrsS class for ladisand iuti i si us i
CleaesettKitchsen inAnn 3rbtst
514 S. STATE STREET
AT TUTTL E & CO.
LunG' Room
You cao find a list list of Confectionery

I

bb-i121 Wesbioetou . The Randall Studio, Randall & Pack Profps.

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