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November 16, 1905 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1905-11-16

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THE MICHIIGANI AILY

Co.
Leading
MERCHANT TAILORS
The largest stock in
the City of exclusive
styles in Woolens for
Gentlemen wear. Of
highclass farics and
pei syefor su
DOLLAR
AND A
HALF
FOUNTAIN
PEN
Large sized barrel.
No. 4 gold pen, as large
as you'll find in most
$400 pens.
Smooth points and uni=-
form feed make it what
it is
The Best Pen
for the money
Sheehan & Co.
Students' lBookstore
Money Loaned
On Watches, Diasonds (r other
personal property.
Watches and Jewelry repaired.
Bargains in Watches & Diamonds
Oface at residHece 331 .. Libety St
Ass Aro.
lions 8 to 11:3 a.an., I to 33ad 7 to
91. M
ALI,.BIsRISSs roEsTAI,.
JOSEPH C. WATTS

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.ttsis ofel sha heeeitssedl.
'Ih dt o I iiich ll ii lores i
etr s ssodclasmt teratth e isnnliipiiain. I e ttth , i ltsth e ssa
Arbor Postsifice. f1 "itl thei ck-off till thi i s lt wIlestlo
Pshlishrd doily (Mondfay s eepted) ingtoss si.eiWill 15 sakithi ri- i out-intr
she college yeas, as 117 hos\Vashengton i . r sl t~ili ' l ti ss i
street. OBelphone 892. Hosesonee 70. t~ecW~ ehp vd n ~s n
Managing Editor, CLYDE L. DEW tloses slhe lie iris sill lae r tiiit
Business Manager, WALTER R. HANS cstain odefet.R te ts livesrsits' lst
- - - --- - he is itilt hi t eam, Ii. i i t o l s1

gDITrORS.I

Athleticss......... see E Illdridge
Ness .................... Louse1). Stickness
Stschosse ......... ....,Charles SE. Winstead
Musicir.........A. SI. Ostisneyer
Woenr........Effie J. Arintrotng
EDITORIAl. STAIN'.
lhngh Allens Franklint C. Pors
12. Close O'Bsieni.
ASSOCIATE'S.
GeregA. Osbornst alosd C.OSmithi
J. liorl Ogle, Jr. Gerge A. Basties
Ferrits N. Stithsli rantk J. Cloars
Roertl11. Cloncy (leery A.. Mssntgery
1). P. Steveson Walter Metzenhauem
Iten )Irley JohnttF. Wurzo
Ility V. Hl F iilodII. Joes
RATES:sJ$2.50 per year, as $2.a0ai((paid in
odsancae.
Address: WALTER R. HANS' nusiness
Manager, 236 S. 12thr St.. Phmone 849 L.
I. 1kY, NIIZVINI fMll 1, io,.
Editor Today-GEORGE A. BARNES.
CALE.FNDAR.

Nov. 17-Regensts' toceling.
Seondllaennuatl bantquet of Miechigen.
U'test, sit gyrnnas~iums.t
tieyojclass ltitOlit.
Not. t8-Wisconsinl vs. Michsigsan, at
lorry field.
No.io--R(.s.Herbet I. 'iilo. of
Chiago oi tie osleyssiiGusiltl
Ffirst Cord Cl i ors't.
t I its laiNniandis bstro-
'4 ic orrn ,lawrIstot lig .il.It
i's'' . tititt I. bIits ut li lii It ali
Muu oi5 t1* liof i i 01 'ioti elit
()liii v siltchian oFrriiei~
slm liii, icss lilt)i"O. iili
IItis'.isnifacs a rss. ifItohoueas
WIisconiisinisiteswilleitllIfsitml.Chicos.
If Is'osI1i1li l sishouldswin os'snce its.
e''scsllient for ,aisdou losfetfor liie
nii anluets.Fis's arsof iiis tcrs
istno insrancei's' .tstdefeaost hanl.
I ''lisriof tbeting'' si r t',l itgex
cuses, the eooideotssststretbers iof IT'
thens ecrets.'NNlIsco'ilt, sitthe sthlts'
Istisi. isilhthle' si tio sIestuamin Fer s'"
stilstlsth'ir Inispirineg oniosns~lt~lscil
hivig adiiisltredaIciilsive deofsst
is Ml site'solittianda ibright 11rosliest of
il h otslid' 'f igtforslt tictlory

lllnt hve he ig igstspiitimustillher
l's'th lstlams wseliiihey growe ishearst- i
its ,m stth~ viory osmttstrt tIoi
lie hitsiu it ineslits"
wi ssill e a sccss.li The lcomitteeha
Iscsi use s lysimo'e sp o'erushijokes
(uta su iect 'i eest t he feature
list y f as .r stitieci s . ii lereli
im tilie iisllt ' way lsof ssi'' is's'
Ali theiseaker 'are o be oodlive
Ie - he pse ntsiis 5'5'l ti ll fst' ue t
hooabePteriWite. \iis w ge
isubs \ i ' sliah th s p'5 Stmlts ii
ani thntsnstyulandssiatiscurtslsrisrl
line a' \\' sis tdeenhsias tc ro d f
alnl hrit ca'telp but be good.
t otIinu e trmlpaetI mtles.itsts
lit siiss sil i ltss istae. A tica' lecarn-
Ifsfo'ens ic'o'atory iWell Irouce
Ju'Vl ii Ig I'.hests s tsasstll sss'slay 1) ll si-
])istd it l sto beepsthi n lgsihuminglit
_1 d m cratislsi lit ti ics r.isiti. was
d iested b e i dgiis e it0' 6isnt isl
ci dac f<rteUited ;Mate s t .
cr tiltca Ididateifor iaIts still flIe daa
iohn siT erniissi tile' nqestone
leade of ite In ian ofdenm rcys"'tl
klus st 7prese t iI ispryora i ll tha
po u ity it hiinative stlt is nit en
repub tlin iresieret s h i s i ,e
.I " .s eu' lyaty t(iM chga i
bere 's'st'the primei's's' i sitara
iztt mof'rt t he ssl ls" s 'isit of silsiciglil
sir. Is.n grad ised Isont tetha
deptiltmenlstt theiiage:isofsninteenst with
sit grdae hr were t ive build
itg t Il t the titti lip sil t ie t o wl s f
the prsen L'iycsit hal. l ii'a'diien-

PLANS Oiii")MA11 sNS
wh sc . s raniiledil]list sltingi 'i
lso'sttt'atig 'niii '.t l e gll lrpe" ss
newirgist'iitisi. 'Il(l'ion o
tillss. iliihrqu'iireas'c rt} Vt
Of 'llthr tieseri's tils hleiiNmisi''iil
Clar Tr tilod, 'of), and 'issiiOlive
('IIirs ''uull's'iS h c 'til\ lomi tteflii
iitsise tilt osithefi ceso iog n
tile fromi each ls s. ii ha. ioor
The sissitic comitt ei iii i tis i si 5
I 'silsent s ill)of si ol \i pesn : L tt {w h ile s u e
Mair"arot Tu'nersos sir iisilils 'ir
rca\ M yC lglcst enir repro:i.
aiie l ;it ilt i t mto. ery t
iii . C lilsiBnlll loom m. I
uit ii e lt isis ood, ' l'sat
lse fs ebsill;is Loii se hu'llm clii's:-
5555en ts th liiii~ .11,o teW
le v si a ht s io' :n 1 .,':1
lionof ts' it. The im f te A li's's'
a o i isnis stll veal 'es, ini\
hon ilforlie r cantnns ias
The trams Illill mte eal thr.n if
lori t helspliig, l'~i llste i
iii tls indoorsi coursit'' ti l that i meil ''i
issIs Atet iisoiton hsic
maing ptansto I iv a age ldn iii
Party ini fill '.11 is fosl Ofth
lit ers Is \ si i ll''iitii Ihl toba
ni teiivilabit l it sb ' i \ I . icc
The mao lin cub is .n's.'.tol
w ith te hisocai i w laa a ii \
at55555 l l game55 s an oter ill.t
itiarbourcssstsss'si i5' The111 iccO
the ma doln lu ar : rid lent, Lu-
ise Wilur 'o : iss-pr side t.i isil
\ lIn luh lt siit scc eli a d r ,i'.' . .
ittla l 5 ,b6
1 eats om 3c isssr ess gelk'ill alole. i
toay iiill teS JshypeSluar'. ni M c

Banners and
Megaphones
for the
Wisconsin Gamei
H1ELP TH1E TEAM TO WIN
heyosur dslaysf colleg'ecroos
ln .out'rlls.
Basnnoros withsillher (ld Eaglis
orbloctik letters, speciall
vales at
75c, $1.00, $1.25, Etc.
MEG(APHONES
Lar ust r( t's sitcoil'tf light Ilsra'
ile' 5mater'l, l.wih mtothpi'e:
i (t1olOcizet
25c and 50c.
The Booktore tha's never Un-
dersold
C N71f<RA
I \ 151 F' N 5E '1V
A R RI 0OW
(471IJ\.I{t i SI/E
COI-LLA RS
tiles c ii'sg ,'!o rahlde
sitel l its '11r 'r" ~ e i
' to los/I;ch 2h, mteria
h lissithfr u ti
itt f roaCmfrt bfrsl2bi5co
tturs. There's big face com-
fort ist te fallos
WILLI+AMS' HTI
STATE SAVINGS BANK
Wm.isArtisld il ItsV. C' Vaghast
il Kes Jons tilr.sts
:fno. SoitPI of'sit S .'sCah t
Fakl' . te 5 iees Ctristans Matint
ALARM CLOCKS5
$1.00 to $1.50
F'..aty G'uaranted
Out ot'lelars'Clocsnasse libstsmd
fiso r uh inry. Filer watolirpa~iig
;seialsty.
J. L. Chapman, 206 S. Main St.

TH[ FAR1M[ERS AND MECHIANICS BANK
MtAIN AND HIURON STREETS
Capital, $50,000, Surplus antd Profits, $65,10
Sliteso ai's's I BankinglBusinessenaid Pay
3 pericentintreost en lists and Savings
Depsitsus. Saerty Derposit Boes tS enlt
at J"?su and spwards
R1. II si r s. ~W. I'. Osnesne, Vice-Pres.
IP. Id. at. an. Ca'sh. 11. A. WI'LIAS nunAsst.
LIHJGiAN CGENLR
Th'e iagara FallsRonute in
Chicago Buffalo Boston New York
Through Trina East-8.18 a. is., 2.40 p. it..
4.35.1iii..5:9.3l. .s1.05p. ml.
LalsicEast -Ii.05a. i., *11.10a. i., .O.05p..
'8.ll p. Ii
Throughn Trains West---29.a. in~ 7 .58 it. in~,
tuIs a. in.. 33.:tp. n .0petm.
!.ovals West--1;l4a.sa., 05.25 am i., *1.40 p.
i. 6105p, stn.
{I sxestt Sutnday,
Conntesotios a1CiasoefarOSt, Loais,
Klanusuaslily oaud stseWest.
W. W. CASE, Agent, Ass Arbor

Ala'tm'su
street

clcksiat I A'LLER'S, Moist

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Announcement of the
Students' Lecture Association
1905 Fifty-second'~ Season 1906
NUMBERS REMAINING
Jerome K. Jerome
Chas. Battell Loomis - Dec. 1
Jacob A. Riis . ..Jan. 16
F. Hopkinson SmithoaoTfJn.3
Frederick Warde - - Mar. 12
Pres. Alderman r, . -
SOUSA'S BAND _ Mar. 30
Leland T. Powers = May 2
Oratorical Content - -----
Open Number _-
Tieckets forx- the Entire Cou~rse $2.00
May be obtained at S. L. A. Office onrlearn Student Sellers
Seats reserved-'50 Cents Extraat S. L. A. Box
frig, Main Corridor, University Hall, beginning October 30
SINGLE ADMISSIONS $1.00 S. L. A. Phon~e-552
Office Hours: 4-6 Daily (Saturday exceptec

Slit R T S
The Co-Op Store has the finest Shirts in town. These
shirts were chosen from thousands of patterns in
plain and fancy, Madras, Percales, Linens and Elannels.
They were so selected and so made for Varsity Men and
they are the very latest patterns. Just examine other
lines---the ordinary men's furnishing store stock---and
then examine our line. It will be worth your while and
our prices are very reasonable.
A-t the o-O 0p

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Douglas Shoes
Gym Shoes

WAHR=The Shoeman 218 So. Main St.

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