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November 15, 1905 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

GCo.
Leading
MERCHANT TAILORS
The largest stock in
the City of exclusive
tyles in Woolens for
Gentlemen wear. Of
high-class fabrics and
special style for stu-
dents.
fy G. H. Wild Co.
S 311 S. ytalto St.
HAVE
YOU
SWEATER
VEST?
lDe you knotw how co(mtfort-
sibie they are to wecar wvhen
you don't want to bet both-
or-d with an ovetrcoat?' Made
of finest latmbs stool with
tattons or with V shaped
teceks.. 1sswhite, 'grey'or
$5.00 and $5.50

THE MICHIGAN DAILY.'
tEntassecod clstmsttat tsheAn
ArborPastoffioe.
Pubishd diy (Mondsys excepted) (tursng
te oottege yenr, at 117 East Wahngton
street. Sell phone 892. IHome phoe76t.
Managing Editor, CLYDE L. DEW
Business Manager, WALTER R. HANS
EiDITORES,
Athletics-........Ctarnoe E. Etdridge
Nes............Louis 1). Stickeys
Exchtasnge...s ... Ctharles E. Wintetad
Muhsic .........A. II. Oroceyer
Womnn .......... ies J. Arsronsg
E DITOISIAL STAFF.
toots Atten Franktin C. Parts:
R.. Ctaro OBrisn.
ASSOCIATES.
Gorge A. Osborn tHarotd C. Smitth
J. Eart Ogte, Jr. sGeorge A. Sarnos
Ferris N. Smitts Frnok 3. Ctark
Rotbert I. Ctasncy Itenry A. Monntgnoey
t). F'. Stevessns Water Metzenbausm
Glen D tBIradtey JothntFt Wurz
tee V. bttl 5Ftoydt t. Jonso
RATES' $2.50 per year, or $.0a if paid in
advance
Address: WALTER R. HANS Business
Manager, 236S. 12th St., Phone 849 L.
\\ lltiltAV. NUtVIltlltO. 59005
Editor Today-FRANK J. CLARK.
CAL.ENDAR.
Not'. it-Histosricali recital iby Alber
ILoctktwood, Fritzc tal, 4:30 t.-111t
Not.t 7 -Regettts'nmeetitng.
Seetond atttttal bsanquet of Michtigatt
CUttitt, at gymsnasiusms.
Nov.t8' s-Wiscosins vs. Michigan, at
Ft-try fied.
Nov.-t--ittter-tietttrtntsert 1dtettateite-
tsv'ens .\lsstsNtt1satttlNVets-tersot
cl'tt., rottt, It ivttiiling. 85.pttt.
'heisetudet t odVlylbie strry to
leatitefthecitidtt t Cattaitt tt
tiet'itststtt tf the \Vi'os.ssteattt. ltery-
3 itire anssilItisse ttit wottidi ie etter
tos fee' thast steshattttl t agtnst th ie fttt
stmztit of te Cttrdilst, rthter' thatn
agin t- eakhenedl t esttt. iii restSer.
apart ttfroth te etissscesittest, sitl.\Mich-
igan ment'tstwilleatrit wit rt'gret of ass
accsiesit tithc iel ii preimaturcly ettd tise

mteit of 1 iitissecrtws to htavse tie
ofi totttnsrowdi ten s.e Dalytswotuld
hasrdlyt ativocate free-fo-st huttter-
ts.ttail norganizastiontoftst kytt-.s -.ttts~
wh ote tmtottoshonutttttitio ttkeepllttige
activts'or coleige itsest asnuikepthsie
timntrt inri tmemes'-otf te tieof
-.Iltttins-t totutof i. ttiit, oud edte a
sers'ice-sitctw ttiicholdertste grtitusse
of te n tiersit. 5 ttur ttiitsttfrisst,
enr ss tior it ti inettea o
try n_ t tpil' ttttfrtsststs'dent. celei
ettttt.ichigan lottithtrit rytitdri-t
ith hti m' isetf t pu ebl ise ssiat'eiterlit'
ttd Oasth t st \ e snestttm s'tttt e it ine
poutwitthetttlttge which iestet ltttt .
on the subjeitt were ttt uibishtf r)uins'ts itsr
Criistexprttt(tiftttyeatts stussgi
hardlyttttstttrie tsetk \\'isie has5'
Oher ttottutcorspossndent'cs ttti tiotns
Io -the 555ct- tat n'55i si tittha si tttited
Colltir's ivistd 'sits bortsit sntti er'.
Skitne of Si tt tctat tit itt'Profttssi
wit it \i ci dealtot susnseotheL ttto-S
See p ilpi g t- t tiletss' et'te titt't-
ifr. ttoritntitstreportedto havitte tfound
ltstlesttti tsacitt' o1t at trihl d cd
veil'buttt stiith'r i mingts upt se
tttis emits' twoiiescststsen thetiteamt
tuniverssits ofChicaotoestttt e trontis
fos thritudeni ts'ho rsucoenlledsto work. s tt
posesiedolutis"h'letictahiite.tIotlin iri
te in of nt the siyt iidt'r uberotTi hett S
Worl Tii 5 D5 tetsProttftssoriut'roliewsisieti
be sieobingteitori of rie ttp'ercsliss
t rtsi soriatSthetAl-dwaititni estttotn sf
weita, fotetiemer ttif the tlettticsss
st-rdHi tttticntoss wiesotn "Rsseeorttmin
Atttretisinthetitttt'entltWenst Hi
arttefes's mailytiiththetqtssi'nsoft
fotibltlttit sttctsant tseturettsandtiitn
suritiiits ite ittt taesiiwrhaot mttanyt
itiite gard to stttt eanstingtesta"ote-n'
byrtttessriigo r ofte stake3ss the sand si
tt, alithgh.stsstestdensts ahsetssrictr

egs' suthoittie t hav itse liatssttle titit
this svery thing for yt'tr. Ittn summingtts
upl "totle seedeirefrms.t he isats:
''Amastteur st t tuss t i tt' upon
aSn acaeicMie si:t;. ittltiitts'retet'
ttttn sois i tgt'attidetaring'tittotts't t t
ittstt' t sontse ttt tti it' ttdtsmoney bitaS-
ing tteir' atieticsknitli it sbn t -
dole.tsh. itt' ett t stt ist tott iltsttt tile
amte urs't5 sttustn fttt I rs ofsen St ttt r-
tit' teasttn bon la EdeS.Ssituntts in gSit
standng. T thi end et}' sple
eli: 'gs'n its lesistsst s's' i'nlt t ire it tr
in tth re iden tesre i esets tpr i t's'
pat.ip tin in 31 roleis'itts' t
hes ra isdto itose 'fuiiacadem sicsNeai.it
(2)is5 nsr allnuctiisttsidstncn stssIa.n5
mewts e le tsstn si ts'-seuf the it 'ii
disen' 5tho hateconituns'sh. b
se~v tn ad itheif ctass workt iss ) i
Suh lgslaitiinastfthiiy cots -
eas55 i ty enfoced, itd itft s i t er isetoitce m
ortio emgtltl emt(tii to 55aril their wit-tiroiihst--sits
all Sv-cs s~ it wolst lea tiiti i-
tthie'' na fide stlistt si isis
no 5 itii t t ers seycoc i _ s te ts'. ct
om highischot rcol egti t e .iiss s tntsn
5earn stitty tutring'. :\ ittthe case n
stan ; the requiremC t''etnt-s vrit ng al
ipont eeit i andit' t s'ttttt.it its tie
lirt' tsttn s it.' its. n rse its t ii s np tis
tltndemocratic 55'55'nar oft sits- sp r
ifl tsegodteis ueiss t ~cl-
st SnI s l ev s t ess' tti t he. ii elt
legislatioi.
ofthes woif dsi sits''matsenits tinS la
whchmmnhei tt 5Sf iit thet n3-it
in lit cetisin \\sisig t iss)it rii ('55 iS it
hure th itt arpiotprac'tice 5 o's' n ve c
stt lt-stts'' ifs sse .-ssss5i f hc n bs016 i9itoot
matn - s s aichoolss ofs is tile & I.
is t th is daig er t ha st te cnee
steen 'itin erphtographeiry ? liealttize -tin
advattt'tn istag s lks isgisstt f stita
its T,.cs-A l isnd ts' es' ati 5st htis . -Sit-S
sIe ssy achsi evdit's'io fr r
istsephtosgap hndiris sma'dni itnhar-
acteri n dssstpsesonal - iy na.lifetstuds-) t ic
tillmeithing' ofthiti issproifethivs pirnit'n
ALLEN. THE CLOTHIlER, MAIN
STREETI. YOUNG'S HIATlS-NONE,
BIETTER MADE.

Banners and
Megaphiones
for the
Wisconsin Game
HELP THE TEAM TO WIN
by ysosr ds-play of college cslor
ansi eatrnyols.
basnnerns wth icues'Old Enlish
or btock letsers, special
values .at
75c, $1.00, $1.25, Etc.
rl'E(iAPHONES
Larsge oesitmade of liht dra-
tlemaesalt,1.woith mouthpiece:
its twotsies at
25c and 50c.
WAHR'S
The Bookstore that's never Un-
dersold
lTI-ti.bisttsollr for all
'round srtst',.fit asdffhnistS
A RROW
QUARiTERi SIZES
OFiii sihti Cis SE~'
15e.)f, ('Of/2; 2 or 25c
CET~tI itI'ABODYiiC& C.
isigetmae s o olrtd Sit
He that Loves
a roy cheek and a soft, smooth
face uses nothing but the old
reliableO
WILLIAMS' SHAING
STATE SAVINGS, BANK
WJ. Both tk2sss. V. Seea
Wmiii. oldSrs s It. '. C. Va lists
J.:1. Wa'de 5:.s-'.tossss5
\. .. Ver s Johns11laarr
.11.tssssaets PrfIS. carhssst
Frak 5. Glaier -Christian SMarti
ALARM CLOCKS
$1.00 to $1.50
Fu.lly Gsaa-at.0ad
Ou loartoCoceksoare Oe bs imade
las- tetoeny. Fin~e watepr~aiing'
aSpeialty.
J. L. Chapman, 206 S. Main St.
THlE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
Capital, $5,00, Surplus ad Profits, $6,000

3 per eent intresten Tints and Savings
lDe rastis. Saety ODeposit Bases 1torest
at t-.00 andnupwards
Ri. RaerY, Pes. W. 0. STEasoNS, Vice-Pros.
F. H. SaLoon. Cask. H. A. WILLIaMs Asst.
IAICHIGAN CENTRAL
"'hYa.m igana Falls Rof'
Chicago Buffalo Boston New York
;Through Trains Eact--0.18 a. in., 2.40 p. ms..
4.55s p.. 9.30p.nm.1.05p. m.
Locals lEasi t--6.0ens., 011.100a. m.,WO4.05p..,
-*8.36 p. Its.
Through TraisWest-2.0 a.m~o. i,258 a. ms,
ti18a. mi., 2ta3S p. sen 10.20 p. me.
Locals Woof-2i a.m., *8.28 a. mn., nI.40p,
mt., *6 10p, m
o (Except siussm.)
Con'e'tions at Chicgo fist St. Lois
Kaisssty ansithse West.
W. W. CASE, Agent, Ann Arbor

Ii. s on ofnrc mst pin tathleites o
3 * ihi-a' nerss itufrsissen iscnstin. i
3 Students' Bookstoreinuetfenst.Oicuiis
Olne reformt wshichls tobeens oeeed
* on .sforiaisg tune is to lustte totsn row-is
sis ckt hirsplasce. 'iteey teeth
/[ j antolrIshes andfurishschi of the
] 1neyr [Loane og ouewihbrsdsredi~. tt
J th u Ciersti. s moe flas'rantssbreachs
On Watches. Oiamsonds or other ha lit comse so light. CNisentihie Dhito
personal property. Ssts'surooters wuere goinitsdownueso tshue
Watetieb and Jewelry repaired. sationssSoturdinis ighs itsnulies of
Bargains in Watches & Diamonds y ,ntough ~sss ndauu cigarette fiendo
tice ot retsetee Isis E. Liberty St amsiusedth lemstelive 'ss liiab s'ngshatsoand
AntisArbor. ianduteS-s fromitheinoroiosites, esecialhly
por:8o1 .34 sen1 In:0sis'rto frmthsie girls. it is a shaisne, nwhesn
ALL5. 05055055 COrIDENAnL n. licisigs s ntdenstsaseetryinig so estabs-
JOSEPH C. 'WATTS lisuea epsstaot frs onr~stsmanlsiihetreat-
Announcement of the
Students' Lecture Association
1905 Fifty-second' Season 1906
NUMBERS REMAINING
Jerome K. Jerome
IChas. Batel Loomis - Dec. 1
Jacob A. Riiafs - = Jan. 16
F. Hiopkinson Smith
Lorado Taft - - - Jan. 3t
Frederick Warde - - Mar. 12
Pros. Alderman .. f'lar. -
SOUSA'S BAND - = Mar. 30
Leland T. Powers - May 2
Oratorical Contest
Open Number - - -__-
Tickets for the Enitire Course -' $2.00
May be obtained at S. L. A. Office or from Student Sellers
Beats reserved-SO Cernts Extra-rat S. L. A. Box
fft iz :, ,Slain Corridor, University Hall, beginning October 30
'SINGLE ADMISSIONS $1.00 S. L. A. Plwn.'o552
Office Hours: 4-6 Daily (Saturday exceptec

,'

Harvard in I-the Lead
The report of the Harvard Co-operative store for the year
is julst out. Last year that store did ahusilsess of $245,-
473.57. After selling gocds at tow prices all the year,
there is a halance of $9,225.42 after all expenses hsave
heen paid.
Harvard had 2,513 members, who paid $1.oo member-
ship each, and TODAY, November 15, each member re-
ceives his share of that $9, 225.42; or a cash dividend of.
nlearly FourADollars to each memher. Sonic of thlat
mtonsey comes to 'Michigan, to Harvard gradnates. Tile
field at Michigan is at least as good as at Harvardt.
Join the Co=Op

D ouglas Shoes
GymesShoes

WAH'Rj=The Shoeman 218 So. Main St.

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