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October 22, 1909 - Image 2

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TIHE MICIGAN DAILY

G. H, Wild Comupall
.MERCHANT TAIL ORS :
We have complete lines
of fine Woolens for Suit-
lrgs, Overcoats and Trou-
sers, Fancy Vestin gs for
1909 and 1910.
We make Fuall Dress
Suits a Specialty
CALL AND) SEE ['S
311 SO. STATE STREET
At te NetStore
G. H. Wild Comfpaql
BARKER
COLLARS
Warranted all linen. .lade in
1-4 sizes

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
blu(ie, tgCditor1
1 i Alit iii i tutu u ., iress Bldg.
\l i hardl Street.
.Fi lmin iess' atager, t-2, 7-8 p. itt.
l:e(fit ita}. Bibh photist

ind e e arly paidilfor, Recen t ri l-
stleb ii njures >b e giu ~ ilrlthu
hose are iniets t sasni n
itiet lable. W at\ e A dilie tose
is the jeopirtdizigo h r~ liii ci"
TIrue, ite gae "th AI ~tow
litFinne oft he Aheiiasxair
_h \ I lioa aie ' 1 ii cw~ e-
licii lie itit ina rcs th cotes
'ptaiti blnettlit e
li he i t ~ s fea tht got r a i utly-
that the tras wll ntege rom tile
earnit t'apetainta' d be t ut t ou wn
suC' I IA IMUCNC XI,
MA Y IC'l At1"; ~ ~ l

t-t' il eaeini sitecial etars trott
the aitnn romif lie Detroit Ittiteil
it It tin Hrtot street atl :05 a. mn.
'utI _ itettortner of Packard and Siate
sireets it S8: to a. itt. The party is ex-
tested to be again ini.Anti arbor by 7
o'clockit the evening. The fare for ihe
rotitti trip tilti tot exceed $t.3o, and
tr, itilLittli e $1.3J. This excurston
is op~eni tt outlibers of all tpresent and
forcmter classes iniC eology and their,
Irie"ttis. Itis ntceessary, however, in
i~drtotdterine icthe inmber of spe-
ete cas tt pesnseitntetiditig to par-
ticiateinehe excrsioni, should iteclare'
t irinteniitonto iisomtcettitter of the
cco~ia etstt affeS before isooti tf Fridayo.
Ths eci'teiakttes the iplace of the
ltt1iter tttantituncedito Ridge Roast.
'the "bWiscontsin -Matgazine" has site-
ltede th' l Lt"I sn ogrt trietly-titertiry, hut still cotntain ant
'ithileticideptirtmtic and ite tidvtissioits in
gettertaluivecrsity subjects.
hl itutcarstneatliy tand promtitply
i~tt t piles it stilt you. J. I.. Skint-
'lie', GIMt es ceaetdt. 33.2 S. Stite.
'lit Cititittn afuthaslttatifun- choceI

J STATE ST.
A.GU.SPAL.DING t&BROS.
The Spalding aot i ", , i
MENTjorat'uiathtuc
\ N15 sptpsnd 1pastimues.
it ttuow ttroagtta Wi ta itut sit
the wartd as a t
Oixara.'t*et f Mai4i: 10,0rt0-
Qu.ality. qt.
A. G. SPALDING (wa Ffos.
Chloa~o D s-oit
Gyffnlasiull

b11,rt ' t Irt cii itloud , c ett rit, withi
ii l It~th c t 1il is.
\ib I 'KjSM IAllC".b tutblI. a
Al t . >> tit b)r I elt c i l
11 hlldill thc tc i i t t itortIt iti
(' Its it t I'( t ta t i it ttiittrt tot
ii!' Ittit l cl.,[I s ii \ lttiporaii It
Ai i li tilt'adie a hi ill
I) ~ l itt' t' it tit i tt ctoi
bu1?t "c ll t ttsa 11ttti'i. S ole
iitili'tlttiiii l ~ ~ wl c( au stheei
tI 5 olI' fr nt te I Ali itot he '
51. :2 i t a i itt it Ik~ii t lo ks li .
c<s'it ( II- t i't tti ttt (t ie(t ot
Il ~ ii t at itc'tstiian ha
I't ii t) l) c til(]tt..t l lt o 'lii l
cic +)1' t t 't t itthe l il t uk ei i t it -
tiO1, cJU II as I p etige il l itertt (
l1 tttltttt1ittoiti*1 ittit
ch, l' 5 it011v a ii
SUND(t~ Idllpi I1caY (o (fi
OCT. 24,h iI 1909i) ti tal
ill trningtanie dCacs o

it it]%tt lte I rps ti s i stt lth tyIicii itte, t te tegarier that it
bet r.in dit f retbh stcalst de ifea
I lit w norti ng, f t ,h ,,' nourea_______t_$_.;o, and _eme m er_ t at_ w
- o( isa rsl it il t lnt ti and I '~itlt Slion ait Cttis. Wiager
:l oitilt omt i itld t tcuet It ..,Sat tt.1
itt1 tid f ll tc iii ut toflsh ti att't t oll $i Ih iititaitiPecu ---Stietats
;is ndtts otcllicdtoda t s lt Ivuttistt l t esie'er if
w o v ill(t5 i (,titi ~titivt't' 't to._-_tt
it}iof lthe studientu c iel. ItC. Smititi 'tyewriterA See Zewaski
',c of fac11) nvnl(,r ttgl to be lii is iusi t t t itig fit' lutbi w ork; on
eqa o tenni, o0 Idlt, ("-.e, t 's otat 3bre& ots'ui
bcnc tke utofIh stc ccs ii it O W N S
I dcsI,'hohat'sallisohoneedhto krow
lower, itcould not vco liplaboutch a
li t et C ot ncA l 'X I Ml i st s a teXt'
Ito i icto so io ior I tltotittut u it i iustg te rgt kns a th
lowttotld nott,-le i'v t l( I tt l it li t 1'~it ue Sti e ts Bo k t r.
Shafoth -Y t tit i' ot'.htta it til lit S I & Ci.t
iiittI it-ti i t i keIt it)t>,st' ili itt it ab ut
ab Is d Ci l tt tutl t ln.nns~ n e~
itetute tn) ii G GLV.SOLLVEo4.o
rtHere is Your Fall
It- It hetion1 mrciabet at ill phe rovet ai great lsat-
h~t-e;tgeoogca v.ct'stI t 1at i sf on(,acton e tol n t'ch oo s your
sttllstFall SuitrortOvercoatsifro nothis
tr~ttll' ela o te t. oat ivt,(Uarvelosi aso tM ig ntnwoere
and ~ ik 1luoltton ianothingh Cl but the varerySnewes
prvcntwee: frttbcr'.i(I) t am Id s t styls and fa'ori ar
Howneandwher ter'sno
isthesighst ochceouetin
nthing but Hhesteryuaewet
r FALL HATS, FALL CAPS,
'ya FALL SHIRTS, FALL GLOVES,
a FALL NECKWEAR,
' SPALDING SWEATERS
c' I t hIutvs the rightf flng oat (lhe
rig/t imle.
4 OPRIMTiv9.Wadlialils & Co.
8UPP~to121.123 S MAIN ST.

FOOT BALL
GOODS
A :v thing you may need
from a Lacinug Needle worth
five cents to a Spalding 0ffi.
cial Football worth
$5.00
Gymnasium
Clothing
You can buy for
$2.50
Gymnasium Shoes, Shirt, Trou-
sers, and Bike Supporter
It will pay you to see what we
have to fer in this line.
WAHIR'S
University Bookstore
316 SOVTH STATE ST.
C. [. OARIB[[
BOOKS
Law
Medical
Denial
Largest Stock in Michigan
Second-Hand Law Books
Law acid Medical Dictionaries
Quiz Books etc.
Complete line New and Sec-
ondhand.
Old books taken in Exchange
C. E. BARTHELL,
326 S. TATE STREET
Second Floor Te. 71
Get your MICHIGAN
Pins, Fobs and Spoons
HALLER'S
Optical: Dept
fine Wath and Jeweiry Repairin
HIALJ'S KIW[LLRY SIORI
216 Seouth Main S.
Pomrpeitn
Soap
Demonistration
1.hle tmakers have
sent a small stpply
of this soap t givt-
away o Ipurchases

Pomupeian massage

I

Football Outfits
Runnifig Shoes
Sweatet Vests
Jerseys
And all kinds of Athletic Goots at
the lowest prices.
STUDENTS BOOKSTOREi
STA'T sRi'
Sheehan &Co.

Ii

Tro
DETROIT
00C
SpecialtIrate leaves 6.57 A. Ml.
Fo ticu'rcnsualtTicket Agenti
Michigan Central

11

BETTER COllEI QUICK
E. E. CALKINS, Druggist
324 S. State St.

10

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r_ r Rq, a1,Ctrli Radali & Pack Prozs.

I'I'oe 596

".:- oil Waahinnton

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