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I ANIfiLIC LIBRARY
No. 24'7
O F FIC I AL COLLEGIATE
BASKET BALL GUIDE
FOR 1905-6
Edited by Harr"y A. Fisher-
Ctah c 'tts tlttial rutel esPt 'oera all cal-
tdrir"l ta1 tp tatt I et ltt't a.
PRICE a0 CENTS BY MAIL
Sp tlt !' I ttph cttel fthle tiS ts a.
A. .SPALIDING ft. BROS.
TO BA CC OS8
HULSTON BROTHERS
Sucesors t IA .W.,REED) 312 a. State
STATE SAVINGS BANK
44' J. Btooth Jntt. V. Sheehtaa
Wtm. Artnold Dr. V. C. Vaaghatt
Jate. 1i. 'PadetE F. AIMSli
N. .J. Kier Jhnaltaaer
. tt.Itoch IProf. H . .Carhtart
Frank lP. Glazier Chrstiaa Iartin
GEORGE BISCHIOFF
FLORIST
iChOlce. Cast Flowes an~d PIrects
Cheapin St between Haroesandt tiller Ave.C
Phase 804
I LARGEr
CURLEYl
BEAUTIES'
Chrysanthemums

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THE MICHIGAN IAIL Y
If ?/t tant t tortto t i wh t te sma'rtllyiadatsaed 1ar 1 ~ttey ' Itisc asttrttlt (ta/e S /ttt it '" Il' - Itt'/

CO III. e
REISTE a ae5

LIt is a niattrr of sp--ctlation amaong the majority of
well dressed meat as to just whtat cauases that "some-
hinag" intahle character and appearantce of oaaacdollies
so oftena described as 'utell laced and 'atristocratic." QLTle
qutality of the fabric is, of course, aplparenlt, bait that does
out fully explaintahieir umanifest superiority over other
ready-for-.wear clothes. (flf yoatktnetw our clotlaes thor-
otaglty, aternately, as wee do, kuew of tihe little details,
niceties of lland-tailor ilng ad fashlionilng emtbodied in each
garumenat. (L ou wouald ktnow tlhat 'quality' is thae secret
-QUI.AITXV all the wvay through. QTRI WORTH -
Merit will tell ini clothtes as in Gtlelt.Cant
Suits $15.00 to $30.00
Overcoats and Raincoats $7.50 to $25

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STAEBLER & WUER Leadingr

ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES.
Reducessd Rates to all Pot rats for
THANKSGIVING
V ACATION .
T atIse Lav.o es Arbor
GotdetNeerttthttttot. tt. tntdt4::f. 1.n
Golf] Pase. -ttt, ttt A ent , Si
TUTTLE
SERVES HOT LUNCH AT
asr rr3381 S. STATE ST. aw W? V
FINE LVN4CHE;S
t~I c15 aryttthe a e tl in o I,, 'AItl'l lI'
Iost i R t tilated ig rs.A1ou)5It5
R. C. JOLLY. State St.
Ohio Cep-trdI Lines
DIRECT LINE
TOLEDO to COLUMBUS
Parlor Cars at all Traina
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Ot Anna Arbor, Mich.
t a'. It.. itne. 'esa. la r oltt'ttPtae, '.
Caplital, $100,00.ttt. Peept acd'tttt t s. 5$10,00
Erioch Dieter-le
Embalmer and Funeral D~irector
Amnbtlance -Calls attended day ar sight.
lIS.:' Al4It A ve. Ieitrc san
Ithoeett4114. AatntAerbet.

FROM OTHER COLLEGES. ttt hltettttt ptttati ta i Na
,rtmatilt 'itt'sid t:tWe a ttprI u
Teat'Vilt't in stut'Irttttaritt. 11Of11ur-III ITheyaettshowtCn'('ttem-ee
hcatdinitc hat' hatndsi bearing the 'ttl -olit i ft s lite t to litb etct tan a iNit.. Itetli;
ittt the N esttretelle.ttttritare still

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Wordte, hattl bt'et'tti ce11v11 tha k lp
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tshittw.he u itee n It. r ( i d. Bo11.Nth
itric rbr ndIkite.O kly a

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ror es ..stasue itrouce by resden I"' 0 ale haj t
IAl QUARRY'S N otnuwt ilfCoIirlitl tet itictPUREi SILK
Alr A ctt ck's aie t ia ilIIAIIJ Ilti n tt'l
p SATURDAY s ,,..w- isasr, ~ v~sa,. ,a,.,',.eses~~9.. ,ec,t,
_____oL A M PS i' BRf IHI TON
Ncombination in Lamps-No advance lit price. ' 'i.e'ici~erc'Iti itccl Fa ls atr
P ing-rong Phtos TeBerln 'tiadttampee ikettit. it hieshd e c~$1.50. ittlett~t'iiNil litc' 1, 1.Cliptt t"tttit't y ak yutacuee ay bl~Ia et n ~
'A PHOTOS FOR eNt5i~ttLete.sat tk h dp t ieteIcly mt e.
OR.25 C ThehNo 1l's te e ttg l etrtr.rtit t atte , «
.51 4o 1Paaitlciana litedtlinto I+intttiiell Irtetet1 for1nte'oIaartr cltp'andbox-
ra)Cteateti Iaaait'ts ttt'tl e tt t.0toT4t."t0teacth.I' c ti cla, c11I t
OLD MORRIS STVDIO Gas Laip r m p tI eahst.eed 'rla~z
11u a int St Ass Arbor We sell the best Lamp made and for less money thaln ay other .
___________________house in this market. I Jttare~trttt' i itlli. I N'ltit i PINEEI E
i Of M, BARBS lSHOP 214 Seth fEAT&~Ass Arbor l lejolee elr'.Ca
U(J i . H lllli'a 1P F Main St.JDEANi&i CO. Michigan .< h76 Makt eS. e
a. t.,ased sS s.Philadelphia ,al ees
I rojonowski State St.
A - A
PAR IDQCin ro $ Save a Walk Down Town
* (~eel.yuta Watches adi Jewelry
at i ' v etaire. at thet Right Place
i______$_3_5_ $ ,0 iy yur U. alofIfLlin,
Dlln ttewhere tey Itreeia fl
$3.50PMN o M Nad O E prices. No d~ poor stock
vchiliged lir a htek tt at
Whena youegopato aleemi, or eeouoWndws thgLtetodsnie atr t'c t1ng
eant oa a hutianetfshling Secu id w or th LtstS ye and Patterns in pices tn repai, .Alttlenttt's
oranaityer ditkaof a trip, '"''.eIaterpr-oof Shoes. Heavy Tar Tanis or $100'ndup11 Call at tlt ri'ht phlw',
the iaaaitaattacee tf tetttfeed oppsite Law IBildig.
_ uplyshul rB lack Leathers, double soles thorougihly 3.4[SCISout[, h
consderaion-viscolized, balace tongues, military heels and large
ote ieyoueyelets for rawhide Laces. M nyLae
th peieThree different styles of highcut shoes at $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00.OnWtheiaodtroh'
personal tproerty.
to gtI Wathee and Jewelry rai'red.
Shredded Whole Wheat W[ 7ALK-OVER SHOE CO.OBarg'ins in Watels A liaaa,,aat
O~ffie at residenctee 3It E. Lilety t'
Biscuit R. J. HOFFSTETTER, Mgr. 111 S. Main St AenntseArborI. 'eit
lihould ge alng by all means. Ilis qaicky' d 9 p. n.
atteil'ty prepared, and is slenid in ear- Ala. sltNiase c 'thlte aeon.
intlelct with milk, cream, fris,vergeabletst - JOSEPH C. WATTS
and1 lot f oterheeings Yea can prepare i-
in different way fee every meal-a we- I -

eot of peed. taa. 41. heis rnade soely of
he twhole wheat berry, andt eentains rnore
strlegpth and vigor and vitality than any
othere lead, as whole wheat is cornposed ef
all the elements whichehntere into Itae ean-
stucton of taharnuan bedy -- rntseles,
teethbobes, tissues as welt as heat anti
eergpy.,41. Write fee "TheVital qustiaon
CaoklBook," free. (11 Trlscuit is a whale
waticaeare. Better for toast than brerald
aad fite with batter and eheese. Cornpaet
ail rasily tarried.
THEL NATVRAL FOOD COMPANY
Niagara Falls. N. Y.

ALEbXANDER & COMPANY '
PORTRAITURE
All-Kinds of;Photographic Special Attention given to work
Work. for Amateurs.
HENNING BLOCK, COR. E. HURONJ& FOURTH AVE.

H A LF-TON E S
and
ZINC ETCHINGS
Lower to Price
Belier in Quallty
Ask A. M. SMITHi
11 Asno Arbor Savings Bank Block

WE ARE NWEV1

UN1DERSOI4D---GOODYgAR'S DRUG

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