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T~lE MICHIGAN DAILY

S PA L DNG'
ATHL[TIC LIBRARY
Nro. 247
O FF I C IAL COLLEGIATE
BASKET BALL GUIDE
FOR 1905-6
Edited by L~arry A. Fisher-
Contains new official rules to go' ern all col-
legiate contests. pictures of all the college
teams and the season's records.
For sole bynoll nenodeotero, spoetinood001
dealers oand depatenttores.
PRICE 10 CENTS BY MAIL
Sipalding's C'atalogue of Athletic Sports ehow'
the oDdtchsl fmpltnto for oalAthletic Acenlo
Scnd lins name for a frcc cope.
A. 0v. SPALDING fl. SROS.
NEW YOnK CHICAaO DENVER SAN FRANCIsSCO
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. J. Boonth Jno. V. Sheehan
Win. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaughan
Jas. H. Wade E F. Mitts
N. J.Kye John Haarer
Jno. Koch Prof. H. S. Carhart
Franh P. Glazier Christian Martin
GEORGE BISCHIOFF
FLORIST
Choiae Cu~t Flowaersaand Pls.aM*a
Chapin St between Huron and Piller As'e.
Phone 800
TO0B A C COS
nIUSTON BROTHERS
Successors to JAS. W. REED, 312 S. State
QUARRY'S
DERPIAL CREAM SOAP
and
QUARRY'S
DERMAL CREAM
sake a cotiitiioa uicepihts
is/i s ictiiard(11O1)1soft

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N0 other clothes will be just like Col-
lege Brand Clothes so long as other
manufacturers make any other clothes than young
men's clothes. It isn't possible to please old men and
young men at the same time with the same garments.
College Brand Clothes
aren't meant to please any but young men. They
are the smartest---swaggerest ready-to-wears in town.
Everything about'em is extreme until you come to
the price ticket.

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ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEA MSHIP LINES.
y'Redscand Rates do all Poienta for
THANKSGIVING
V ACATIONs..
Tr'e.ina Leae ra a r bor-
Goist o )c aS'olo Uio c.toorr. aotoslJ:3 p.
Goi .1. I "oil .) a . '35 . ry.V nd :Its, "I
t 1 ' so. Act ,A-s'st,
Tok~o. hio AnsnsArbor, Mies.
Bolp ote l33-:?r1Hor'eponte 0015
TUTITLE
SERVES HOT LUNCH AT
9W oW wp3381 S. STATE ST. op or ox
The Anni Arbor Savings Bank
Cait looixlo. 9.0,11 0. Surpls, '00,000tt
lRt'ourc e't'. ': ''0c,0oc
A General Rinlg Binless Troosacted
OF IE ',- oCJ~ . IC. tlit'.o'i , 'rs's.; 'W. ID.
11.aori rto. ,Virg.e.: ".011.1JlFritz, tositli's

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
Tiscre still ibe a social sessioso of tile
"Anstlers Clotb" a1 tse Cook iHouse,
Sattirdoy, Noiveosler n, ot 8:30 ti. ss.
Alli stdenst lks aiec invited.
All arratngemtssshsvse'sbeess siadie for
the 'ott li snicker ail Nichols hallSltst
street.,isisNosemetihr 51. Everyoco me015
ouii to tise clotssmetitng- Friday, Norvem-
lie 50,lit 4 p. Ml., Rtoss C. University
salt. Bess Harris.
joilntsmecting of class presidenssandt
atleitic msanlagers, footiboll, basbali ansd
teack, of oil classes of each deportment,
1o dicusits class athletie cueorssd otiser
ittters, Vsedniesday, at 4, roomic309,
itew e'nginleer'insgbuiildinsg.
'T'ickets for tse chsecrinog' sections at
thc XWiscosinl-Tsichsigansgamso eilgo
ot sal otd Otarat t o'clocik. Nearly 01

tousaindseals isill tbe solti toItmembersr
of thocAtletcic associationo. Earschciii-
ber may biuy oilt ote scat intshIls'chicr'
ing secitin aindiIle'muisI t p ioduce his
llellltel'sliltlickoe ts topu'chtast' his .scal.
Nit latdics will lte attittedl ittthis see-
lusts.
Fii ENt-Nice stite roos. Fitie
locatits. oppoitie campuslt ; tItOo ittt.
$2.25 fttr eaicit of twot.1020 S. Uttiter-

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Inus,-A1ol iscotuu stal wtch ltfot on tt
OnSateui. cintcriurturntottlmrnut y
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Stutdets' lanmps at Deant & Co.'s, at Estabtlishtet sf5.
S. Maiti street, $1.50 tand $2.50. Best hic collcge jctvelers.
lamops iss city. tf ii 0I.20'5 Jtt'WE1IIRY Setoti... 51aiutS
Ctissplcelelegraphtlic repIrts if thte Stcets asp tD~t s'a
A1 icliits llittt'o tste trill bc rccisvedS. Maitssrecet, $1.5ot cnd $2.5tt. UB'o
oil f-utstont bros., 312 S. Stte street. atcsitiy.1

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ALLEN. TilE M''AIR 5 IN
STREET. $10.00 XAI) $ts.oo (lUIR-
CC) TS--A FEXV Xl' AT2.0t0.

(Glasses repaoirced.
Esl".IRE ilTittIed al.lo tSI.

AT QUARRY'S

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Ping-Pong Photos
36 PHOTOS FOR 25c
.14 Positions .0
OLD MORRIS STUDIO
116 So. Main St. Ann Arbor
U. of M. BARBER SHOP
Trojonowski State St.
A CAMP COMPANION
When you go into ramp, or
start on a hunting, hshing
S or any oilier kinsd of a trip,
the imnporae of yourfoad
Ssappiy should re-
consideration-
otherwiase y ou
._ the appetite
yuu ate sure
to get,
Shredded Whole Wheat
Biscuit
shisuld go along by all means' It is quickly
and easily prepared, and is splendid in rom-
hination with milk, cream, fruits, vegetales
and lots of other things You can prepare it
is a different way for every meal-a wel-
come relief from monotony. It will dio you
lots of good, toon.iL It is made solely of
the whole wheat berry, and contains more
strength and vigor and vitality than any
other food, as whole wheat is composed of
all the elements which enter into. the con-
struction of the human body - mscsres,
teeth, hones, tissues as well as heat and
energy. 41. Write for "The Vital Otuestion
Cook Book,' free. Ql, Triscuit is a whole
wheat cracker. Better for toast than bread
and fine with butter and cheese. Compart
and easily carried.
THE NATVRAL FOOD COMPANY
Niagara Falls. N. Y.

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"'w"U r~wr v ^ r~w r r~r~r^ , vow- ,n, w II mg ndohrsnwihsateNighilt unchtCafe. UOpenlday5anyt
LA M Sg t irdes tretblistote108.
No combination in Lnnmps--No advance it price. 301'iS.i ttoc eefrtdornrho
'Te Rells Student Laop, Nichie-plated,. with lWhite Shtoate, 'sit's$1.50. __
Thle Perfection Studio Lamp, ' " " 2.50.
'TeSit. 0 Royal Lamp " " " " o.75t.ioo r s foior' '
'The No.i l" " " " " 1.25. c
'The No ' " '"1" " ' 1.40. klotc'& 1t dcrlot tr o t he 1 I''l t'
asDecorated Lamps omp tletefrom 01.010 b4.5tearls.
We:sellthe beat Lamps made and for less money than any other , 'ent )oo t fot2t ,te 1el:,c
house in this market. 3C'. A. lhandbltookoetocr..ire pinte
24SuhDEAN & CO. Ann Arbor totesteosttlto'I Xsli' '
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Q$3.50o $4.00
For MEN and WOMEN
See our Windows for the latest Styles and Patterns in
'waterproof Shoes. Heavy Tar Tans or
Black Leathers, double soles thoroug~hly
viscolized, balace tongues, military heels and large
eyelets for rawhide laces.
Three different styles of highcut shoes at $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00.
WALK-wOVEDR SHOE CO.

FINE ILUNCHFIES
It letI t I 0hitt fl:It t't"dire ett ii
R. E. JO.LLY SateSO.
Ohio CentraIllines
D.IRfECT LINES
TOLEDO to COLUMBUS
Parlor Cas oi all Tana
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Of Ann Aebor, 011h.
1 5 1. T 10 otto' i'es. Hlie 't s'so or , 5t
S.N. C.rsso, (Cashie
'Oittts. cocoo0ooc. roe u , oos o ott ltlis. $11i,000
PURE SILK
olE.,...
Flat Clasp CGarters
mke pou "cos uresy. A'tiscoft'on'e pe
ptoeo tilk wet, rtoo oprsi otets ot 'i u'i te.
P'etfctly Os, ouilto0 lsO 0'~lstaot'ile.tbooki
POEER'ss ~ am
SUSPENDERt
11 Marketst. a, an
Philadelphia t eS silo 0 en
Save a Walk Down Town
Eltytot' Watches atoilJewelry
rol iioatot05 ~e 1ight Place
toe riotinJLiof In. Pins
Octet tey Nk' keep ' ful
Oine at cthe ' L o w e st
prices. Nito ~ poor stock
ohti rgodlotf o K' s tliItg t
ii u~e ~ ettsli 'I tt in,,
115 t' o '1tit, 'O. Alottiti 'huck t
a1.111 tl it Call ot tl' 7lthe ig tl t',
op itt t'La.w Iildil 1g.
J. [. SCWHI-E t , 340 Stht
Money Loaned
On abtX'at ' iami)-Iods it other
Watthes and Jtewelry rpaired.
1- OttI saot rstidenc 33 I 1 I ierty St
AnnAsbor
flours lt I o 1:0Is t taa oanttot
{JOSEPH C. WATS
and
iZICETCHINGS
Lower in Price
Belter in Qalily
Askc A. M. SMITH
11An Arbor Savings Rok lok

R. J. HIOFFSTETTER, Mgr.

Ill S. Main StI

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ALEXANDER & COM P A NY
POR TRAIT URE
All Kinds of'Photographic Special Attention given to work
Work. for Amateurs.
IHENNING BLOCK, COR. E. HURONJ& FOURTH AYE.

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H EF ARE NEVER. UNDERSOLD)---GOOD FEAR'S DRUG STORLh

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