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September 26, 1905 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1905-09-26

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Hockifig'Valley Ry.
CONTINUES ITS EXCELLENT
TRAIN SERVICE
You will find
Four Trains Daily
From Toledo
Carrying Parlor Carson Day Trains
Sleeping Cars on Night Trains
Union Depots in Toledo snd Co-
lumbus
S. B. CLARK, 32
Campus Martius
Detroit, Mich.
5PENDYOURVACIO
ON THE,'tGREAT LAKES
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fly RdO _ - Q s V1eAt
BErt, EE oeEE e4-o
,fACW ACIS a"
MICHIGAN' SUMMER RESORTS.
TIME TABLE
DETROIMvOCLEVELAN D
Lease DETROIT, daily - 10,30 P. M.
Arrive CLEVELAND - - 5.30 A. M.
vnkin connnctios swith nl Railroasd
forpoints East andiSoth
Leave CLEVELAND, daily 10.15 P. M.
Arrive DETROIT - - - 5.30 A. M.
Conncting with S. & C. STEAMERS far
Mackinac, "Soo," Marquette, Duluth, Minne-.
spols, St. Paul, Petoskey, Milwaukee, Chi-
cago and Georgian Ray, aso with nit Rail-
roadsfor points in Michigan and the West.
DAY TRIPS (including Sunday) between
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND
DAILY except Monday, JULY and AUGIUST
MACKINAC DIVISION
Lv.TOLEDO, Mondays& *Saturdays 9.30 A.M.
*Tuesdays A Thursdays 4.00 P.M.
Lv. DETROIT, Mondays &*Saturdays 6S00 P.M.
*Wednesdays A Fridays 9.30 A.M.
FourTrips Per Week *Commencing lone 156th
Throughrconoctisons de at MACKINAC ISLAND
wihall SeamesoiPointsotnd Wst,sod
S.oS. S. &Aa. and SonLine at AT. tOTACE.
Send 2c tamptfor utated iPamphlet.
Address A.A.SCHIANT7 ..&O T.M.,Deoi ,Mi5
DETROIT AND CLEVELAND NAV. CO.

1Peale, Conlin, Fiegel,
ALWAYS LEAD

IN'
QUALITY
STYLE
VARIETY
PRICE

of
SOVERCOATS
TOPCOATS
RAINCOATS
SUJITS
HIABER-
DASHTERY

Company

--B UY--
JePE wi/l 3 POINTS
~~5J EI ITY
SPEARHEAD INK RETAINER
PRYEVENTS LEAKINGONRDROPPING
2 ..LUCKY CURVE --
3--- ANTI-BREAK CAP "."r-
2 3

An idspection of our extensive
stock by the student body is
respectoully solicited. .-R iR .n$

STORES: 200-202 S. MAIN ST.

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GRANGER'S SCHOOL FOR DANCING
Ground Floor on Maynard Street
Open Saturday Mornng for Gentlemen and fllowing Thursday Evning fotr Ladien

[PARKK PENS
PRKER PENv CO. JANES VILLE,WIS

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Photographer RENTS CHLER 319 E. Huron

ASSOCIATION DOINGS.

(Continued from page 1.)
ections to aid the freshmen in entering
the various departments. etr. It is ed-
ited by Charles E. Winstead of the
Daily staff.
Carl H. Smith, '04t, was chosen gen-
eral secretary of the associations to
succeed A. B. Parsons. Mr. Parsons is
now a student at the Union Theological
Seminary in New York.
On Wednesday evening the women
of the upper classes will entertain the
freshmen to a "freshman frolic" at
Newberry ball. Thursday evening the
opening reception of the year for the
men of the university will be given in
McMillan hall. The men of all depart-
ments are cordially invited to attend.
Friday evening a joint reception of men
and women will be held in Newberry
hall. Mrs. Newberry, of Detroit, will
be in the receiving line, as well as Pres-
ident Anogell and members of the far-
sulty.
NOTICE.
Alt footlball and baseball scores will
be poisted promptly on the Daily bulle-
lini hoard at Hustons Bros., 312 S, Slate
street. i-6
$3.00 Hawes hats. Wagner & Co.
only. 1-2

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Willianm R. Lloysd, '03 lit, '05 law,.
sied Septemsber to, the cause of is
death being a tall tie ssustained at Whit-
more Lake dulring the early part of the
sumimer. lHe was a member of the
Delta Upsilon fraternity, was a menmber
of the athletic hoard of control, on tir
business staff of thte Michigan Daily,
and had a boot of friends to whom Ihis
death came as a severe shock.
LESSONS IN DANCING.
Grangers School for Dancing opetns
the twenty-third season 'Saturday, Sept.
30. Gentletnen exclitsively Saturday
morning, in o'clock; ladies exclsisively
Thursday evening, October 5,7 o'clock.
Ladies sod gentleent Tuesday evensing,
October to, 7 o'clock. Correct dancinig
taught in shortest possible time. Call
at Acadenmy office, ground floor, 312
Maynard street, one block west of uni-
versity buildings. 1-2
WANTED.
Tenor aind bass soloist for church
work. Apply 312 5. Division street. 1-i,2
Wagner & Co. sell Stetsoti hats. 1-2
Draswing instrumntts and ensginererinsg
supplies, largest stock in the city. Spec-
at low prices Ibis week at the Students'
Bookstore. Sheehan & Co., Prits. 1-3

ROOMS.
A very dlesirable rooni for an instruc-
tsr. 308 E. M\audisoni.
Neiwly furnished suites at $3.50 (gas
25c pcr person exitsa). Froint parlor,
sdosubletest, fusrinace seat, lightest, $3.00.
707 Chusrch street, telephone Htomie 492
bslacks. t
L.OST.
Opein-face goldtch:ei;oswner's raise
its back. Reward. 211 S. Ingaslls. I-
LOST.
Fifty sdollasr.inthills, one iswenty .andi
three tenss. Fitnder pleaise retorntsoi 503
Montroe street. Reswarsd. 1-2
Freshmoan caps. 'Wagnser & Co. 1-2
S'i'U131NTS NOTICE.
D~ecorate yostr roomss sith Litndqsiist
photo set. .Madsie sitseas-islandsttwitie.
Sold all lensgthis. Senst postpis to sup
address. 1o crists per yard. I. 5. Litid-
qsiist, Oberlin, Ohio. I
Michigani batnners its Michigan colors
at Miss Lovell's, 332 5. State street,
secotictfloor. I
Bath toswels-speciali. Wvagnier & Co.

Tooth Brushes
When you get one
get one of our good
ones. tf it sheds bris-
tlns we replace it-
glad to do it.
25c to S0c
B. B. Calkins
DRUGS
324 Sooth State Street.
Ohio Central [ines
DIRECT LINE
TOLEDO to COLUMBUS
Parlor Cars on all Trains
I a Mega
The finest cloe Havana 5 ct. cigar in
the market.
-AT.
MANN'S DRUG STORE
213 S. Main St.
131t]sO YOiUR UNAMED PICTURoS TO
DEFRIIIS ART STOREf
and hive them framed
with Choice Mouilings
Only the Best French Gias3 is
Used.
223 5. Mats as.
BILLIARDS
AND
BOWLING
S. ROTIENSTEIN, 707 N. Univ. Ave.
Pianos. To Rent
SCHAEBERLE & SON
It 4 W. Liberty St. Ass Arbor, Mich
GET A VIBRASSAGE
at the
CAMPUS SHOP, 705 N. University

Quarter Size
COLLARS
havera'size eveeryquarternof aninch.
Thin givsonei0 a cihace to secure
that prftect fitndsit whichnmarks
the well madeiscollar and the w*iell
dressed
man.The
11 the
Quarter
Si,
! stemptd
CLUETeT-CoALTOO Arrow '...'
Thse oly differesnce is in the qnality
-inal ise they ralkit.
Cluett, Peabody & Co.
Mker sofClett andMonoarch Shirt

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$5.050 $4.00
COLLEGE MEN AND WOMEN
Our New Lasts anid Leathers
Possesa that s- mething which readily distinguishes them f rout
other makes. We-invite your inspection.
Walk=Over Shoe Co.

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".r::ses <G
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FREE SHINES

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R. JI. HOFFSTETTER, Mgr.

Ann Arbor, Ilich.

NEW TAILORING WE SELL DIRECT TOYOUAT WHOLESALE
-ANDa- MILL PRICES.
118-120 E. Liberty, St. New Dieterle Block oo ron =tea nsl CALL AND ]BE CONVINCED

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