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October 25, 1905 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1905-10-25

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TIDE MICHIGAN DAILY

G.H. Wild
Co.
M VECHAN~T TAILORS
* ' The lrgest stock in
th ityof exlusive-
styles in Wooelens for
iGentlemen wear. Ofi
high- lass fabris and 6
5 siecial style 'for sui-
denti.i
yhi
0aC. H. Wild Co. 0
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0i 311 S. ytate t. 0i
F? EARN
THE
M1ICHIGAN
SONG1S
in that when the crowd it the
sine stats "The Yellow and
Bl1r you can sing it through
correcty inted of singing the
Ii fr ine oa so and guesing at
the reit. Gt acopyof soingsof
be Yellow and Bue
50 Cents
at
Sheehan &Co.
Students' Bookstore
Money Loaned
On iaons oadhe
Ae=or rply
JOrgi SilWaces &C Diamns

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Managing Editor, CLYDE L DEW
Business Manager. WALTER R. HANS
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tiATEsSt :i$2.ooeryeas, 00 $2.00 if pail ie
advancie.
Address: WALTER R. HANS Business
Manager, 236 S. 12th St., Phone 849 L.
Eitcrii 'today-OBE5RT tH. CLANCY.
Oc . 2 s'l0 0)11 s. 51irlgaii.
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or it iii ' lli'siii'i' li1 I asii hiii i ii i
iii i t leasure anii ratitudeiupo
here was o su h iiice lir- tem, i ll ii
lei.ng oom lce ie lis. is
Il 1d n t e ive iiaibliiiioii-ido
l lk e teiiil i sis'rssss.t'l s li li
genra b)adilg laerii- lCisigis
'ha siliiiiI dom ilater . 'iiisleiingl
Id l e ea- i is i erhpsi hre
r four at mos. sIlb live 'ii'.. 'if
Sirs. Ie onthe tiidil )ran ho
c rsertgletrel- fr umi whoci re-s
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iiiil friiiii\lnto iinihothel Toich sers
h e. III siu asler. iii t aliciie
tthigly entert id svaiiusii is tl -
es iniieid islia ii iiildfori' iieiliMliiii igs
Prsident Parker ()f the I. li on feel
1e sineed ()f a sliiiliteudrtningli andi
fi thei' two) sui'ldig ithcciI n us ci

nive rosysoietics.te rife adtan
ing itille soiltheibed l cunts firvisitinug
ai mdtikei utoi iisf the pais. I blieviie
tepiry' puriose if itheIUniioniz.,
iii a, clb. a homtue fur stiuients,.aut
ani iiuii i. I beii iliveiihiti a s oiiiiii -h
eff-ecd: iiit.I iso ld b srry in ee
toi sibeciio urcildinsg ercird, withliithei
turei did ntscontasif h aicadfn
CfililiSIGNASiti'idSi("iit'L
The abll-frishc wentlithiiighi ili usiual
stnsls ih.compling thegirrk
wit ai ' gioodulsignal ii'pracicei. .Allithe
iie werei cillgosodI shiaiiiafter thei.gamei
wiii i i ith siaus cciI ''viean " o f'ist" a's ilei'
piisie theisti'iiig Kalamazooi/ciseam.i Tle
if they caniipntiupitieiaib icle of baii lli ni
helcr XciOysi ay aura ig ht.
teemed si\% it nhsiain.Speiiiiil Wer
trade hy Prs.'i (" . . owar, \1cci s
liav idsiii, Kollig,SWa~ilker's'asid I ipl e.ii
A reception ii o hfe w MIin,
fore cc~vincuc iis jiii'ined lue dilii n- i
Prepairiii ls asresuinsrogrel s for ,i iii
soia'llf I iditl.s n d 'll i' 1511'a
Uiversii siiy .of 'Ch sic i lliiii erdiSu.
of t el usclsuo aniiili i is ini ihis cn -
written icliiilibooks and is noted fo
liii'iiil. Cowni o h mpr-raeo
thl I ei''i spcia ' fortwil bemai
tgietesIeaerexta I meinth

FOOTBALL
SUPPLIES'
Sind atcctit mei icin lithe
rootball Pants - - 75c tup
Ileadgears - $1.50 to $5.00
Pads - - - - 2 5c up
Footballs 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
$2.50, $3l.00 and $4.00
Muorill Noseguards - -. &1,50
Tihe Bookstore lChats never Un-
dersold
C.411'IV IIZ %l
I \ 1t' 11i F, N Ill NVt
QUA1'ER .SIZE
COLLARHS
Stiies. iiiri'ir aiii n
toei nch.bTis maiiiiai
15*ceasli;11, 2 of/iu2.5t
ci iii1,-isi biiiiY kii CO.
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. J. Booth lii. 5'. sl usust
Wili. ArnoidI Dr. 5' i. So~aci
N. J. Kyci .Jiii r

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to your face and your face wvill
be fair and shavinag a pleausttre.
Always use
WILLIAMS' S"T C

Announcement of the
Students' Lecture .Association
1905 Fifty-second Season 1906

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Ernest Thotupson=.Se totn
lion. Chas B. Landis
Jerome K. Jerome =
Jacob A. Riis
F'. Hopkinson Smithit
Lorado Taft -
F'rederick Warde -
Pres. Alderman
SOUSA'S BAND
Leland T. Powers
Oratorical Contest =
Open Number =1

Nov.3
sNov. 10
- Diec. I
Jant. 1b
Jan. 31
-Mar. 12
= liar._-
Mar. 30
May 2

COuMvOP
FOOTBALL POSTCARDS
Pictures of the Michigan Team in Action
College Souvenirs, Flags and Banners
ALL GOODS GUARANTEED
PRICES LOW
We sell to everybody-Members obtain large
discounts.
Join the Co-O~p

ALARM CLOCKS,
$1.00 to $1.50
J. L. Chapman, 200 5. Mai St.
111E1 FARMERJIS AND MEUCHANICS BANK
MAIN AND tHURON SiTREIETS
Capital, $50,uuu, Surplus andi Profits, $65,uuO
thues a GeneuraliBaningusin ssiess and lay
3 pc 'zcnt interestion Tim seanSvig
D~epitisc. bifethy DepsoltsitBxso00o rit
at V2.00iiandiupwar'ds
Ri. linsior.Pres. W. i'. icSs'iVENS, Sis'i-Poe's
Pi. H. lirson, Caii. ILA Ii tiossot.
XICHIGAN CENT
-117w.9Nagsara Fallssits
THE SHORT LIRE
CHICAGO
ANN ARBOR to J BUFFALO
BOSTON
NEW YORK
with direet cennectfios at I hicago isir
St. Loais. Kdansas City. St. P'anl and
the West. For information and
through tiekets call on or write to W,.
IW. CASE, Agent, Ann Arbor.

Tickets for the Entire Course - $2.00
May be obtained ai S. L. A. Office or from Student Sellers
Seats reserved-50 Cexts Extra-at .S. L. A. Box
of fice, Main Corridor, University Hall, beginning October 30
SINGLE ADMISSIONS $1.00 S. L. A. Phoixe 552
0Oflice Hours: 4-6 Doily (Saiurday excepted)

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