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P'HE MICHIGAN DAILY

G. H. Wild
Co. !°

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

0GN' -\I UN I(C kllE) N.

Itstered as secnd elass emate at the Atnn T the IEditor ot The Daily:
Arbor Peostffice. Dui ng- the tose I have been a student
lulse ailytMotays exceepted) duringo hsuiest ;venvrbree
the coilege year, at 117 East \Washington the pre'i ith 1ty opilliont s asto uni-
stee nell phoe32.Hatesphonee76. tersoty poitics. M present outbreak
- , - - -eay therefore hreipardoned. Bct 1 was

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Leading
MERCHANT TAILORS
The largest stoek in
the City of exclusive
styles in Woolens fnr
Gentlemen wear. Of
high-clans fabrics and
special styie for stu-
dents.
G. H. Wild Co.
311 S. ytate St.

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Managing Editor, CLYDE L DEW
Business Manager, WALTER E. HANS
EDITORS.
(thietc ........Claeenee E. Eldeidge
News. ......... .tuit 1. Stickes
Ecane....e....Chaeles IE. Winstead
Aleuir ........... ... .1I. Ortmeyer
Waoen ....E....1 fe J. Armsterong
IEttITOtt.\t, STAFFt.
Hug leklieslentraklisC. Parks
1:. lt re (r ine.
ASSOCIATES.
G~eorge A. Obhet Itateki C. Stmith
J. Pitt1 Ogle, Jr. teore sA. tarnes
Perris N. ISmitih FakJ. Clark
Robket ..Cancy teey A. latntgaeey
1). F. Stevettsontt Vltet tetzeeehtts
RATES $ain0tpe estr, or $lane ipaid i
advnte.
Address: WALTEE R. HANS' nusiness
Manager, 236 S. 12th St., Phnne 849 L.
'iI IiESiiAY. Nt)V1 III-ii z. 12. )5
ldijior 'loday--etnry-A. Nllttgoti'rN.
CALEINDAR.
Nov' 2-3-:4-itierary socrieties'itrrelittin-
arie- aoeliooselibelirs.
NOsv. 2--Football: 'o6 lits vs. oV)(lits.
Steeil ihorl Unineheartal.
Facutyllconiert, Schiool oIf XAinc.
Nat. 3-Optetimtitintg oft 'otisti
Lea-telitBarb otur gyttt. 4 1to6.
NoVl 3--Footll: '8Ilmedies vs. on
tlumberlifvt. L.S I. eoltrse.
Nov.4--\ilcil'll vs. Iiltlioisat Chant-
Nov. 3-eatt Vau(ta, kai NcielMi(
hall, 6:30 1i. t.

tmtchilinterested i il elDaily'sitertitent
edlitolatitteta"'stttm-tttriatls. 'The idea
illere atlvatted-tloftlote aptproptrtate tmem-
(111al initsiati oftmtan ttnittmy eitnap-i
fo~r it app~eals to a11Miichigtttsptirit ttiieh
sholdttriteeer abov11e lieptartmtetande
clasloyllitt-e Ill wil (eI Idolot peitt
111 Ittersona1llpeise that 11tileipresielents
ofI leitfIiteretisenlior classes xwilapt
contjuion wist thikbiie ecomtitttees, ecan
Ill lealst invsestigalte thte feasibtility- 11 the
planeeropsedil.Nohgcul be f
tilllas(gll5111' teiiitieit
gesed oIe ~r Isome -lilmot-iatltewihtshall
ll'ilellistcet <..i. theirltiipesetof
Pre111ident n<ttiic l(a( h.i ttttichIrwould
a(id 11111yIltdenil t(istIlltailen artisti
1Ho tle gIvd jitn Ifiie ite th~e in-is
dirc isarcasee wit h ill ihetht~tetleeditti
wr1111 ism~ltlissdthicstom ot~ f iprescatl
ingliltlglvegvl to l e Inivteit11. A
valueof e(Ifemorfavorte. Ifekor
thtile 11iesi teem fcssie ogin o"stuctori
promp1ts5 till- ivIis-elifNiscig mtmorils
Ifbtillctanltge hosare 11111out itjtiyfor

New
University
Calendar
Has for the cover de-
sign a beautiful campus
view delicately colored,
and in one corner,
on a background of
bronze is the U. of M.
Seal embossed in gold
and the 'Varsity colors.
Has 23 photos of the
Campus, Building and
Ferry Field. I'lakes an

FROM OTHER COLLEGES.
wil(hlve ecomipletdite conlargest
the lrgeest.
lEve- classt HarvaIlylrdi Ias 0a1man-1
dlin tr-c111ill d tt unrsilli'ity tlub is
comot e feromtllsetebs eno h
Tuetedil' iallltraenit1ie$10000sororille
fter-elyo treds17 noraplede.suet
tltilill-efronte(blet ilnthe uiveis t'
Fr iltsihttePineo el os
gis tr aing cquart'rs' fr he footba l lt' lt
baseba'lll an. trckteasslbrtell-lld1o1wn.
O illth frnt ageof he1ail1.e
praictie lofixis-ciea-tsfha isebneintwtere
of teldprmnt o rtr hrwl
giv\cShaseitfttareaniseitllatte Uli-
versity of IltlisFiay even tittg,(Iunderi
teausites of thte tIll iteisOrtoicthi
astsocirigtion Pe or CTrttt lotod wll
g ivt e ctitltt "H mlt.
1W1(11sinlie.has choetnti.xv.t'tieti -
to 1902.atttaalttttviciganile9M4rch 23ttt
b -o god nwreet'lc.lll 1 ie ith ite((liehut
dheash - ritit' byIa so niiof t t'ti et-
sale ti wlt itxreteill (94.itet.
ti t he x-tr i vertri vIs t snie th1e rc le

send to a friend. 'lh ie )ldI'is ertlin ao ftefinl icsinadciiim
tti'lysuggvcsionscc-ltmedinillthe cttttt Gtorge At. At tlclm.
Pirica 50 Ca.r.ts ituicttllilol 1(tha iltrppearsllntis issute. - ______________
by1( George A..\lalicntntf tte seniotr KANSA5S CI'T' Ctj-13.
tlllttmemollriatltctmhittee. If all uhe iLact eventing a Kansac~s Cii-y clttb tias
hoof~~~~~~~~ I(In 0^cacsss wuld ittnie int estal~lisil-rg((tehvitlvelye-tt nle.
ingatimtetmttritall it tmight bte somxe- 'iThe fttllttxitig ane tine officers : Pres-
thingt'much mtre sttbtxatiia ign- ilstt, Dell Du)tttont; victe-tttesitient, Netw-
-raurr 5J . Didsox'nstlergeat-t-
_____________________ed______ illtile tact't te tepatehntal trnlls. ASi-ittLore
classe-.'The suggestionlthat111the tiettm-____________
cuilcmitee-sttf testeverlcilsses CtIItt,IN AVND13ANCI NG.
G et Y\oujr Dom00nfe1 asfte "'vsix lliti' of itis plan____
has our e ..' : c1(5 tttt ttiit.'Te cltss in dattcitng fvtr chtildretin-ill
Decorations~ Stutelix1y it ht-i Iltatpropriate fttr meetIat tGrantgers cademlhtty (textNMotn-
ens (tolax't7itle <I] class distctionsi lily Iaftrnoont 3:30 t'tcltckt.' Oieerest-
PILLOWV'S, BANNERS, FISHNET .ttstleave( ")Ith Is Iiversity someittohetn tettce 1and(1acadlemy, 310-312 iaisxnr
'WASTEPAPER BASKETS, (If thirttloalty tt Michigatn. Theiir ctreet.fOiter casses nittwt(pett. 33-34
SOUVENIRS, ETC. 1(ttote sbahl (If mategilathe tlotirt __________
1(1tlett.tttl (i- te. llite tan lthI f i-ott lre cot tarticular, go to any
si.-ldepartmnt.ttStch aninnovtttsationx tiottu ldipol~~togaher; butl if yt an tltthisbest.
DiARLING & F'ALLEAU)( 1(1(11 harmtlnis with therrettnt devsslop cotte t Alexandtter &Co..,IHetnittg
tit o f a tttifiet ichietigatt spii. tlocka. sod-if
Sails Phoaes. 224-226 S. State Si

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Furnishings
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Goet hangIt ~t~ fromteilelitnIo
'caatetriticdesigns ip~art:asiestf
wah anll~tdeaiety. tWecnfturntish
30c, 50c, 75c. 90c
U. OF M. BANNERS
Ol gi s atndxl 6 i I I Ltt si~n
75c, $1.00, $1.2 , $1.50
$2.00, Etc.
WAHR'S
The Bookstore that's never Un-
dersold

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C. E. BARTHELL'S
List of Late PublIcations
Hull's Diseases of Children
Osler Practice of Medicine.
Butler's Diagnosis.
Williams' Obstetrices.
Bryant's Operative Surgery.
Sahli's Diagnosis.
Nancrede's Principles of Sur-
gery.
Oppenheim's Nervous Diseases.
Lippincott's Medical Diction.
ary, 1905.
Cunningham's Anatomy, 1901.
Gray's Anatomy, 1901.
Rockwell's Dissectors Guide.
Evans' Crown & Brldge,7fh ed.
Johnson's Principles and Prac.
lice of Filling Teeth.
Black's Dental Anatomy.
Burchard's Dental Pathology
and Therapeutics.
C. E. Barthell
326 S. STATE ST.
Telephone 711
A Man's Face
has a right to health and
comfort. It cannot have these
unless he insists upon
WILLIAmS HIN

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Announcement of the
Students' Lecture Association
1905 Fifty-second Season 1906
Ernest Thompson.Saton = Nov. 3
Hon. Chas B. Landis - Nov. 10
Jerome K. Jerome - - Dec. 1
Jacob A. Riils - - - Jan. I16
F. Hopknson Smith.
Lorado Taft . - . Jan. 31
Frederick Warde - Mar. 12
Pros. Alderman .- liar. _--
SOUSA'S BAND = Mar. 30
Leland T. Powers = May 2
Oratorical Contest -----
Open Number
Tickets for the MEntire Cou~rse- $2.00
May be obtained at S. L. A. Office or from Studeni Sellers
Seats reserved-S50 Cernts Extra-at S. L A. Box
ff ice, Main Corridor, University Hall, beginning October 30
SIMILE ADMISSIONS $1.00 S. L. A. Phome. SS2
Office Houes: 4-6 Daily (Saurday exceptec

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