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October 29, 1905 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1905-10-29

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'HE MICHIGAN DAILY

co.
Leading
MERCHANT TAILORS
The largest stock in s
the City of exclusive
styles in Wooles for
Gentlemen wear. O1
high-class fabrics and t
special style for st-
dents. i
G. H. Wild Co.
311 S. ytate t.
4
A
New
Sweater
Vest
will keep out the cold wind
and at the same time look
neat and trim We offer
a Spalding Vest made of fi-
nest lamps' wool good
weight, rihbed at botonm
and cuffs, pay. whit or
hlue for
$5.00
Sheehan & Co.
Students' Bookstore
Money Loaned
On Watches, Diamonds or other
pereonal property.
Watches and Jewelry repaired.
Blargains in Watches &:tDiamonds
Offi1c at residee 33113. Libery 5)
Ace Arbor.
HoursiSto1:30 a. x., 1ttoi3iland-,is
JOSEPH C. WATTS

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY. ~~F IllCI

Piliswd sdaily (XI isI~ s.exceped il o
Managing Ediior, CLYDE L. DEW
iiusiness Manager, WALTER R. HANS

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WailtrMeui Sebauais

RATESc: $2.50pe'rmxear r $aos if said is
asdvance
Address: WALTER R. HANS Business
Manager, 236 S. aa2ih Si., Phone 849 L.
Iil er II I c i er- A. Xliiiilguiecs
Il C Cr 5. A7,I 1cns Chlinsill6

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Inl lhe ne diioniiitioI'the pysis
uiiiil illne impithieatreswith a sa-
lic-exceillent diho i r)'Il ieslileeen -o
lct hhe f~laklglo1111 oil:th1111 Cher
' lPe l iody in 'Cll cliiI))iiI'. o
'ii lias binu ic-mopllli.hid udarig the,
lst fe iii hs
PassincgIfrumse hromcl etrace
down a shrt igehiol stairs uiesles
dl, ~ic wnlboatoalluc ii lroom -i) y-l
tlie fc iblar-. a lch cwiiil e iteel
wili a ll tlie late-i iiiiiiaeiii. A ijiii-
ltninsof chuare lulicaie), by teil-
I , eet. AClaige hiall run,.tie eltise
AS dth<,ftl-c grollod111floorueof the nld
i5g. Conccesai-r it ii.a) either siie
iee t tie ICr. 'Thi iroom is a
grceatladdition1to11 in heninoieeiig idepart-
ccii.iWihi theiosille eceptioniiiofi
TappanicI alleeris coo leciiie romli of
a11cr at th rear of 't e lio t)m Its
helltelvithilia pltlrm iiiliiclt
asic)opcon ilsil l bli emunedliiladlby
icire an er aelthewindowile ichae
and operate tilelanternii-icfro thc- pat-
fo m i i as oi. l- f liiie -iamphitheatleit' 1 -
lli ine smai~ll l I liilicie-v, 1), a shier
11111 . awl -a litiitnnctn~ yt
tl:c -m"'li- carcThe illsel fwil e
ma iiii ~ nl 'ic si co ilsii. the
I ia me iiandfaleinto ciitheidtec- by
la ~ o~n o h oll-c cci ifoci)ealooi
11111 iTheiiconitrl actpie ws l$23ii00til
usoiii-iiiiic heainad lmin,.Iiate
is- hlpedithatiill' ci' cii Ilroomllb
'.1cc-for lr lthi is""'-ee. O..t1i
In~i.. Sac ltd i c nclinc-a.cc x
iijelSe i. ii sully.anent lenIfootelamong
Icm o lie eatern ill legeStoiiif keithe
-iiulili-imiifitsitill fotbaill take
the plce of he Amrican ielily
i cliii gh (:ag iicLanitcasItic, PhIrs
I..1 1 , icic c t hs c ea du ws ii g -li
tiii l'vllssintheipretincei o
atI ~ gcilcathsingo 'algepeids
indeucatosiliJChciutr.e
ilie 10ampus 1111-ctlenfiod u-overstd
ail willcbe aios -ic seCute., fItsu
(lenti toiwi is e c'aiedinil aca ees
lie lihingii. ii sllI sh

I Ciiltiiieil froiiiiPags Oee)
Scie,1z-itoii. liline 5)a)5calei i ooe-
ittllt afte-r ltc- Ic'.)kick-off.
Th eodhalf wsa irecpettinii
the first. wiha lccci am ouiit of thei
ftilhli 'itt-li lica teil. Sesera 11)1~
Isr m de ill the line-c (111deile tile
half.A'Newtll eplaced Stuart at righlt
icud,.whilieAiaaacs-tin iifort I iii-
mondandIii liifor55Wceis. icfore
ls-aiic'.ithe ccii-. howeet e k ccs toidl
thie ipportiltyltolsaltwo mre tuch
downs ii'di'icc.Thotwscores- c'ameias
thie ri-stilt ofi lariele ciii Harlow's.olg
run.CuFi-li ced sevc-lifoal Line-upt
Mlicluiuall--411. lrabe--c.
Gareli s... . .1 I,.. ..K eer
Curtis .... .. . . , T . ...ia b o c
Schuilti- .. .. . . I .. . li.H fifltait
Graha.i ...,.c G. . 111.Cono a
Idheincc l - -R. ... 8u.Sten lied
Stuart. Newtonlee 13 I.... ... ilbiert
\lacofilui iiiileiisi .WodrowXlc-
CvJeffersoni
Ilaciofil. Kla . fii 3 I iii' at.
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tochdown- I ait liiihe Cisi.L:m
tiiii - lli I . iiitt erii e -iii W endelCl.i
ci1- i f hmiii-?;isand1201inutelii ss.
IA IJJAI' GI CI-AR13'l''
crerv coc usboiiv- uill receol- iin
''Si roil -uul iiiar," ite ,ply uof Cio libia
varsiutyii le, manyfamiiath c'sireWl-
lie lift- hei knowii andcla.1glaniceit'iiils
ch ratesslioii mailtyiiof liti-'ll-n w
ige)'is if coille c' life.- 1I 'l ci thei
isiStilalseartclee -rd liial
Ill whichlroe dlr. ilile. 11has won
sl'a s C hu 11Ci Is 1 1 i.iCifiils-sso i-
lil i llar spuell ly as ci..11111
lor, tsiecil, lct i) lii byCci r 11))1 Ca
dis elh, la ilctlc am ort, aic1,111dcasick ,i
of thesee lyic dI byi' actollsll rful)
islittle doubct thats illi wllreog
roiii dl usat uuon c l g aium clasiii
Prfcso Uii . N.il .\iiilt i iminul ii~O
iiieeiig. Fridays lk c-il-e
to the teaichiers if Sit . Iici' a cw

A New Shipment of
SPALDING AHLE~TE
SWEATERS
just received.
Swellest Sweaters Sold
AloSweatr-Veits with bttni
Beass orPearl orwithout.. ..
PRICE, FIT AND QUAITY
GUARANTEED.
The old, genuine Spadings in
White, Navy Blue or Gray
$5.00
WAHR'S
The Bookstore thas never Un-
dersold
AL liTaY
THE best collar for all
'round serve, fit nd finish
is the
ARROW
thers e ollars uire xxiade lx,
QUARTER SIZES
OF SHINKREFABIRICS
Th ey e osre to tOx yoe
i is))gh adlou xavex oers
loo0 syleIis to slec ro
15e each; 2 for 25e
CLFOTT. PEABODY & CO.
Largstxxaessl Colarxi&tfSirts
in the wrd
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. J. ooch dxo. V. Sheehan
Wmxx. Arxnold Dr. V. C. Vaughaxx
.as, 11. Wade E. I. Mills
N.J 1yyr JhnHare
.1. oh Po, H SCarhrxt
t'an)I IsGaierChiextian Matin i
Don't Torture
your face with poor shaving
soap. Avoid irritations and
shave with ease. Insist on
WILLIAMS' ST

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liiil the hosil-illhtsia iiuprt T'e
galn amla x;1.1, i s iquesioniiforithe
yel i stei toi tinko ebtihr r
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Nih". l Dames,.lild.,. I :1,
FORii IVis I Tia sucltsei-c.

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Illii-i-tli- -cii' uvclvetcisssa
Cotihoc;'s,

Announcement of the
Students' Lecture Association
1905 Fifty-second Season 1906
Ernest Thompson-Seton = Nov. 3
lHon. Chias 1B. Landis Nov. 11)
Jerome K. Jerome = - Dec. 1
Jacob A. Riis - = Jan. 1fs
F. Hopkinson Smith -__-
Lorado Taft Jan. 31
Frederick Warde - - Mar. 12
Pres. Alderman - . - flar.
SOUSA'S BAND = = Mar. 30
Leland T . Powers - May 2
Oratorical Contest -- -
Open Number - ---
Tickets for the Entire Cou~rse $2.00
May be obtained at S. L. A. Office er frem Student Sellers
Seats reserved-50 Cenkts Extra-at S. L. A. Box
ffice, Main Corridor, University Hall, beginning October 30
SINGLE ADMISSIONS $1.00 S. L. A. Phome 552
Office Hours: 4-6 Daily (Saturday exceptec

COmOP
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-Oop

ALARM CLOCKS
$1.00 to $1.50
Ou or lar C 'oc s aele ext made
for tuthe nC. ie wa stc epcaiix'-
axc ilty.
THE FAR1MERS AND MEICHIANICS 1BANK1
MAIN AND HlURON STREETS
Capital, $50,000, Surplus asd Profits, $65,000
Does a eers) Hanking Husiness and Pap
3 per cetinteresteonTimn~dfSavins
D~eposits. Safety tDeposit BHestoerenxt
at floe0 and epwards
It. ICEase, Prees. W. C. SEES, Vice-Pres.
IS. H. HaEIsER. Cash. H. A. WILIAxi Asst
V kLCHIGAN C(NT] u*i
"IThe Niagara Fals Rots"
THE SHORT LINE
(CHICAGO
ANN ARBOR to BUFFALO
BOSTON
(NEW YORK
with direct connections at Chicago for
St. Louis. Kansas City, St. Paul and
the West. For information and
through tickets call on or write to W.
WV. CASE, Agent, Ann Arbor.

BILLIARKDS STIMPSON & STIMPSON B ILLIARDS

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