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THV MICHIGAN DAILY __________

Co.
Leading
MERCHANT TAILORS
The largest stock in
the City of exclusive
styles in Woolens for
Gentlemen wear. Of
high-class fabrics and
special style for stu-
dents.
G. H. Wild Co.
311 S. ytate St.
Why
Wear
A
Jersey?
Because it eayto hislip on it ~i
youri-cc aa hni o
IWarmi i v biscit iho,IT"ti i
((iotail~l(bl of aino
5)iiii"t iiol ya) oe. to i ii li/
Shatpe of hrul odsoft (I iil l3--
tic adiall ciiilose isiha(
Blue, White, Grey and
Black in Two Grades.
$2.00 & $2.50
Sheehan & Co.
Students' Bookstore
Get Your Room
Decorations
PILLOWS, BANNERS, FISHNET
WASTEPAPER BASKETS,
SOUVENIRS, ETC.
at.
DARLING & CIALLEAUX
Bth Phes. 224-226 S. Stat 5t

'THE1 MIiCH-IGAN DAI LY'. seniors there piy an assessmentif atioui
$10 ald iiputmp lhandsomninc ccioriali.
ntre a sconiid nlassm-attert h nnn Sri -lx ihei- premier ciass in Amecrica's
Arbor Piictnfic. -rcatei- uniiversity wviilnot fail in ilicir
(lily in alma niatcr for the sake of aii

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theiconllege year, at i17 Eact Wasingtonii
snreet. Belphone 892. tHnmesphonei76.
Managing Editor, CLYDE L. DEW
Business Massager. WALTER R. HANS
EDITORS.
Athletic..-.......ClarseneE. Eldridge
Newc ............Lois 1I. Stickiiey
Eaxctacgec-.......Charles E. Wiastead
Music- - --.......... I..S. Ortmesyer
Womea..-.........Effie Jt. Aramstrang
EDITORIAL STAFF.
Hlugh Alten Franklin C. Pacts
R Clace OBuien.
ASSOCIATES.
Gorce A. Osbocsn lHarold C. Smith
Jt. Earl Ogle, Jr. George A. Barnes
Ferris N. Samih Pcank J. Clack
Robecrt I1. Clancy Ilciccy A. Montgocmecy
D.- F. Stecnscnu Waltec Mceecbaaca
Gflenni D- Bradlcy JonF. Wurz l
Roy V . bittl IFloyd 15. Joncs
RATES: $2.5o per year, cr $.os it paid is
advan ce.
Address: WALTER R. BANS Business
Manager, 236 S. 12ith Si., Phone 849 L.
T1ESI)AY. NOVEMBER 7, 1905.
Eitiior noday-GLENN D. BRAiDLEY.
CALENDAR.
NOV. 7-ii7 liits v.oh06ngineers, Niirthi
li-riyhcid, 4:15 ii. mi.
Choral CUnsa1rehecarsal, 7 P. in.-
Niii. S-nh liws w5.. '08 cginecni-.
Nov. o-'lcryiiuft for I amicliollclib con-
Noi.i - iCiingrcsiiitandaiisi-oin S. L..
A. Ccur-e.
N. 11-Slcliig-a11i--i--OhitiState at
Nit. j1-Annal fall CroiistjC ott
Novw. 17-Rcgent'inctillg.
Second i noal liticitcct of -Miciiatt
Novi. 8-Viicon iilivs. lichiigaii, at
Fcrri ielid.
It is to lic hoped that thic joint scitioc
memoitiriail iea, suggested by Thtc l)tily,
w ill nit-ieicpetrmiittccd to cic ofinianitioni.
Intcrviicwnifromi taritaitmcen promiiinent
in colle-gc itt-c showncthat ncarly till
realize the utnsiatisftactory cituditioni tf
tttiig- at liresunt, yct thecre iiit mch
diiuibt extireied astoiiiwhetthcr thec joint
funds w ccill tic sufficicettiii ercct asuint-
tile memria~l.
Tetcominedti memtttirtihip of itic
-Senir cla-ocs this yeis i-ovci tight
hutntited. Athi$1.205iaiteaclthec sint of
$t ti-nouildl lit raised. IThis wccotildl ti
enoug to payI ii fir a itiitoriali thtat i-ouild
reatiltbtic cret ito thteccacat. Ail
-i-it i- ttitOf i-1.50 ccotildlinccrae.this
tit $i2on Thereis inoittood rceaiion
whiy itoh6 icnnt collecctnchlc inmounit.
It1 fe-wc largunivic t ieis t thccsentinr
ta solaat 11lid-gni Prmaceton
it toiuy Siout a thtirdi at large, yel thc

ext ra iquarter cdollaror i-it i-r captita.
Anyoneiwhoihas tooid atIthe door
lit-c bicn itrutcka mithie exceedingly in-
adeqtitttfitcilitici- ftorcgrcss fron theb
tl iiiiit hiAt ttes the congcstioni on
theitairs- andiat theccltoors is ogrcat
tht it insit reicactuallytprcccited fronm
ta-semlingitt oci timic. Twco rctmedics
tat cbeen isruggecstedi. Oceicsiiin cidei
thc stairfromthe l-dfoor to the landing
atiti ii- ide it ii half by a rail-our
siide fori"upi theltchetr for "down."
The li- econidischecic istoInbuild iron
srwa leiac--dcinug clots-thiicoutside from
thace latdiitgto ti-c groiud. Wh iatever
pianmay lit adotdct, it is plain that
somtuingtti shoutld ticdour an-fdontc
Preidet Roosi-i--ct souldnotlwatte-mt
his utieinattempttintg i tirove cfoot-
ial t cc titldlibetittmu chbttci if tic
traiut ishetisciin iiecFeciy ticldtlcceirs.
\WithiCharlcy Batiid onttheicOlymianiti
"allitiest iiiuiiti-ct.stall look to
i-cc Paitel :Mcieri cotvcring itic rcervcd
FENCERS' CLCI. PROSPECTS,
Iliact thcrcire gooidl trotspcctsfor thc
\Michiigani iFenciing clibidevcloinito
thec clatss if to ttunielceast-rnuivrr
siiii ti-itasuindictedriat thtc etccing hldc
i-ondayfi i-night lby-the uncec-andtioldl ttcit-
utillatftieliiieWisconiinc gtnme-in ordeir
that ttieiothicrtictivitinieof tietunivcrs-ity,
it iterftreccitt thyewoticktof thy clib.
cttratceiprcedictionsi-fur thic cub. riccordc-
in to Hatrryttradilc, tprcidcnt, tplans
cresetiagrceat extnttthimptoirtace
tif the clib. It is- hoipcei that thisyciar
succt-i-ifultaraingmntsu iitwic- e ian -,
tiletid ftir participtiothinithibic tiotutr-
iiien oct f tic catern uittircsitiei-.
Notingapptarcently standsi-inthc waty
cxcctthiicqcu i-scecccof tierathltic
asocaio adte1 board5of con~troli.
Anhietr plani citilercrtmctplationits
thc h uitngif ani-insitruictoiri-cteral tithcs
taticcir. It is ainticipttct that thtc tres-
tinceiofIan insitructoiriill icead in a vail
iii-priovcinctinttccth witkof itic fet-
ccci-. Alrcnady ievenctnyiciwrmenbers
ti-i-cJ oinedi thy clibtutu ais soon as'
cct titit ciaceces ai-cry lrgep
Thtc Daily ccishecitoi totrecitatncerroir
ini transiss-ion-iitwctit rcfcrec t ontic
fuicltiigai- Illiitoii gametcSaiturtday. Tomn
Himmn wa giiventi aatp--ucrcdit for Itic first
tuicilirt lcchrat lciiiiyClarkttiade
bnit- thecffri-iatid sni-id tochdbowns-.

FROM OTHER COLLEGES.
CUionc collg, of Schi-cnectady, Ncw
corstru atlcn p reisectcdiwith $oo,occ
lyAu-crcw Carnegic to bieusted in 1tcc
ciiittctionic if aicngne-rng btildiig.
Ainothe-r $10,000 i to li-c suscribd by'.
altmi.iii
Woirk ott the gymcniaiium at Llatd
Siatiford uniiversity i- progrcsing rap-
idly li-t i wiii probably be September'
text befre lie butildng in ready for
occtupation. Thincwiii be lie largest
gynnasiumccitheUnciited Sac, acd
with- the exceptioct of Berlic, the largei
inc the cword. The iotal floor area onj
the first floor i 39,748 quare feet.
Thereciiili-c act ictertiational exhii-
ti-n cxi yar ini- Milacn, Italy, in which-
stuidcns fromci-all oitrt-chie wvorlt, froii-
t1cc cantincunt Amecrica atd Autralia.
ucicvite to atndcclacd to joint icact
intcrnainaitl convet-ccion of niirity
itdtsdui. Th imauuof t1cc itdcntstitf
1Al aniccai u nig ull iviatiotsitoiuh
uivcersity stuts ot fte wordisto
citrcingthtic bcciodclthtun it thilcgrcatt
fraterniy f lckers.-
Oncc f 11ccsincg cococd for uc
ccc t1cc bleatichriatCacmpaigcc Sucrauy
i-cill nowic ti relgaicl ted cte t"ha cben.
Ti-if songtpranccasi-folliows, ig toi thi
tuncfcifvte- My Rcgarcs Io lroat-
way
Givec our rgardtt Augll.
Rcitccm-ber cci-to "HutrryIUp" Yoil;
'fclltll iccelbtys at old AcnniAno
Tiht itsiur ti-it-noi-itou i-anti.
Tell to thitragiigHuro
Thic Bocncytrd oerflow wit joy;
Tcllihothe 1ccbi-y-i frmic toor li JMic-
iganc
Gotstinccg atiIllintoii.
Thecfirt ncubi-r f 11e Uniriitc f
Mlichtiganc Ncws-Letcrfr ithc Yar
igc5-o6 comeic out tday. G. Wiliatn
Banrcnt, '05,i editr -indl t-cehA-c
Actior Pcis,tpuisherscc.
McGUGINS TEAM CINCHES
SOUTIIERN CHAMPiONSHiP
Suitutay afterntton cVandrbilt ccci
Auutrnicolececonithiiigridironc icctcc
nioit critical at-ccMcGctgicc n cch ate
tic ftr eccuntecrdl on tir scedule.
hulaurn clcg ccwcut dowin ccIfa in
tl-c tue f 54 too, ad iwithc it AIc-
Etigic'o tcamcvirtualy cicchdthe11chacmt-u
pionshtip thei-ciout.
If you arc not paricar, go Io nav
tphotographi-r;butciif youc iantl 11ccbliri-
cocci-iti Alxandr & Co., Henninig
block. cod-f
Forthunlatestideaitinccpotography
icmc ts Aexadr & Co, Hningci-
block. ccl-f
If you are i need of a fie pair of
csoes or ruhaers call at Apriln sI-e
stor, Washingon stree. ed-f
ALLEN, THE CLOTHIER, MAIN
STREET. 'GAUNTLET GLOVES."

Students' Room
Furnishing~
JAPANESE Un'BRELLAS
GOnta hang ramtheceiling of
youraoom. Ticeir ick clring and
charactersisticc cesgns impart an air of
warmcctlcand giety. We- can furnishc
thum isveral szs, fram thecstc
six fee in diamter at
30c, 50c, 75c 90c
U. OF M. BANNERS
Old rngtish and Blck Lete Dsgn
75c, $1.00, $.2 , $1.50
$2.00, Etc.
WAHR'S
The Bookstore tha's never Un-
dersold
C. E. BARTHELL'S
List of Late PubIcations
Holt's Diseses of Children
Oser 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.
Lippincot's Medical Diction-
ary, 1905.
Cunningham's Anatomy, 1905.
Gray's Anatomy, 1905.
Rockwell's Dissectors Guide.
Evans' Crown- & Bridge7th ed.
Johnson's Principles and Prac-
tice of Filling Teeth.
Black's Dental Anatomy.
Burchard's Dental Pathology
and Therapeutics.
C. E. Barthell
326 S. STATE ST.
Telephone 761
Winning Faces
win friends. You can have
a winning face, and a comfort-
able face, by using
WILLIAMS'SHVIN

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Announcement of the
Stud~ents' Lecture Association
-1905 Fifty-second Season 1906~
Ernest Thompson-Seton = Nov. 3
Hon. Chas B. Landis Nov. 10
Jerome K. Jerome = - Dec. 1
Jacob A. Riis = = Jan. 16
F. Hopkinson Smith - ----
Lorado Taft _ Jan. 31
Frederick Warde - - Mar. 12
Pres. Alderman . .liar. -
SOUSA'S BAND = Mar. 30
Leland T. Powers = May 2
Oratorical Contest -----
Open Number
Tickets for the Entire Course - $2.00
May be obtained at S. L. A. Office or from Student Sellers
Seats reserved-50 Cer~ts Extra-at S. L. A. Box
flicta, Main Corridor, University Hall, beginning October 30
SINGLE ADMISSION~S $1.00 S. L. A. Phortea 552
Office Hours: 4-6 Daily (Saturday exceptec

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SlIIRTS="Monarch & Faultless" Brands-$1,00 to $3.50
KEISER CRAVATS=Best in the World-25c to $1.50
ARROW BRAND COLLARS= ==COAT SHIRTS
HANDKERCHIEFS =Domestic & Imported-10c to 50c
UNDERWEAR-$1.00 to $3.50. HiOSE-l0c to 50c
aaBradford"~ and "Faultless" Underwear, Shawknit Hose
Standard Goods at Standard Prices, but with
LIBERAL DISCOUNTS to members.
Books, Stationery, Football Post Cards--Supplies
AT TR
comop

Enkoch Dieterle
Embalmer and Funeral Director
Anbulance-Calls at enate: day or night.
21OO. 4th Ave.:uesidence same
Phone 404, Ann Arbor.
PAILEY &EDU S
fportiun Goods
121 East Liherty Street.
LdHI GAN CE~NRA
"The Niagara Foils Poues
Chicago Buiffalo Bostlon New Yorki
Through Trains East-8.18 a. in,, 2.40 p. mc,.
4.55 p. m., 9oats.M.l11.05p. m
Lscals East-6.05 a. in., all.10 am., *405 p~nm..
*s.as p. cc
Thrsagh Trains West-2l.07 am~,7.58 a,.in.,
9.18a. im., 2.3 pts. 0.20 top.m.
Locals West-224 ami., 55,55 a. in., 55.45 p.
a (Accept Sunday.)
Connections at Chicago fur St. Luia,
Kansas City and the West
W. Wi. CASE, Agent. Ann Arhor

Douglas Shoes
Gym Shoes

WAHRj=The Shoeman 218 So. Main St.

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