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'THE MICHIGAN D ILY

SATHLETIC LIBRARY
No. 247
O F F IC IAL COLLEGIATE
BASKET BALL GUIDE
FOR 1905-6
Edited by Bas-ry A. Fisher-
Contains flew official role, to govern all cot-
legiatetcontt~S. pictares of all the a n h esnsr coUllege
F lor osale hi/ ril noe'oloot'o, eporf 'i 2 ow0l1
dealerndoio ilpot't at 01toresc.
PRICE 10 CENTS BY MAIL
Spalingl's (Catlogue of .lliietit "1Sports -shoo
te offiil TImplements for oil Alieti Ectit
Send yelournm or aotfreietcopyl.
A. G. SPALDINGEi ea BROS.
NoW YORK CHICAGOl DENVER SAN FRAcNCISOt
H-USTON BROTHERS
Sucessor5sto JA .W. REED, 312 S. State
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. J. Booth Jno. V. Sheehan
Win. Arnold Dr. V. C. Vaoghao
Jas. H. Wade E F. Mills
N. J. Kyer John Haaorer
Jno. Kocht Prof. H.S. Carhasrt
Frank P. Glaier Chr istian Matin
GEORGE BISCHOFF
FLORIST

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If yiou wat tifto kntow 1what1the smartly dressed 1101 ((( 1( 0 0this 011 cidask Sit c',' 1 d Ii[ i'ih

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II0Iti at, r of Sp cllalion aot he111)majority of
'wvell dressed m1e01 ac to jutst wha~t causes that "'siome-
(hlibg' int the character anldialpearanlce of outr clothes
-so oftens'described as 'well b-ed" alnd''aristocratic." (LIcll
.4)quality of the fabric is, of cou~rse, aparett )11hat does
" tot fully explai their tmanilfest su~periority iover e.tler
ready-for-wear clothes. (LIf yott knel ou lr clthsthl or-
-oughly, internately, as see doi; kntew of tile little details,
'niceties of hand-tailor in~g lnd falshioingtlegmblodied inl eachl
garmlent. (1iYou woltd krow thlat ''qillity'' is tile secret
-uQUALITY all the way tllrollgh. (LRUE WORTH1-T
MVerit will tell itt clothes as ill tn~i.
rt _ Suits $15.00 to $30.00
Overcoats and raincoats $7.50 to $25

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ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES.
PReduced Rates to all Polnats for
THANKSGIVING
VACATION .
' Tr almns Leave Apra Arbor-
Going Norehli050 a. t. antI4:3t5 p. m.
(Aiiiig Soatii7:20 a. i.1:35a. m. and 7:51p. m.
J. l]ilX'. W.T. WILD,.
Gto'l itass. Agent, Agent,
rToildo, Oio Ann Arhor, Mich.
lt.1epon 5135~t-21, lomeophone 198
TUTTLE
SERVES HOT LUNCH AT
Sri'p !w 338 S. STATE ST. w opSrW
FINE .LUNCHES
Veeycry Owilargae ,t ine of Tt'tittsHI,
rltOi)511(1''l i ,,I 5. 0llTEll'lcCigarettes aond
Domesctic ARImiportedl Cigars. A conmplete
ine ftilt ',ioiing articles. We are agents
foe li.oei'ar & (J0., L10NcsAN & Co0. and 3iB
lPitlk., also for StlAt' 'S & SCIIAF'EE7'S
R. E. JOLLY. Stats St.
Ohio Central Lines
DIRECT LINE
TOLEDO to COLUMBUS
Parlor Cars on all Trains
.s FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Of Ann Arbor, Mints.
E.C).Krone h 'ut . f.. Ilai SoultV.
O' 5 S. .ClCrckstn, Cashiier
1Capital, $1000. Suit rlu1sand lProhits.$4,0

CTAEBD!UU) JIUEUYCI- lot hier

choice Cust Flowes-aamd Plasnts
Chapin St between Haroneaned lilles- Ave.
Phone 809
Buy a

Chest
Protector
and avoid the cold winds
at Ferry Field
QUARRY

Sells them
Ping-PongPhotos
3 6 PHOTOS FO0 5
OLD1 MORRIS STUDIO
550 So. Main Si. Ann Arbor
U. of M. BARBER SHOP,
Trojonowski State St.
S .RADDEDWIIEA
A. CAMP COMPANI ON
When yout go itoscatmp, or
start ott a hunting, hihing
or any other kindl of atrip,
the importance of your food
supply shioldIre-\
c77 eive carful
~f 1 consideration-
oVI therwise y o u V
will be sorry f
J the appetite
yout are sore /,
to get,
Shredded Whole Wheat
Biscuit
should go along by all means. It is qaickly
and easily prepared, and is splenidi in com-
bination with milk, cream, frolts, vegetab~les
andi lots of other things You can prepare it
io a different way for every meal-a wel-
comr relief from monotony. ft will do you
lots of good, ton. 41. It is made solely of
ite whole wheat berry, and contains mor
'engtit and vigor and vitality than any
tIter food, as whole wheat is composedl of
il the elements which enter into the con-
s'tuction of the human hody - muscles,
I oels, bones, tissues as well as heat and
engy. "411. Write for "The Vitlf hfesiiona
('aak Bo," free. aI Trincuit is a wvhole'
wsheat cracker. Better f or toast than bread
and fire with hotter and cheese. Compact
and easily canried.
THE NATURAL FOOD COMPANY
Niagara Fails. N. Y.

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ORANS 'trNIi0/tt 'l o iTt it s Heibet V. bWitnyol teiia
Rl'rI tt tttW IT ((tO i itt' (0 tiecs, w s electecd jtlot' of itecitiy
(Cton ttttIttinued frm, page to.) latoiweek. bir. SWh1imety Irian io thei
itt ticame i l osense. Indepeindeitltii ckeit \vii it ono ve t he li
ftcully e'metitr of thec board tof (Repiti~ictanima.cinei. tbhitiey cauglht
tot olos tritico itic follitowing g ston te tovars itiytsbll nini7iti looo.)
en~cxiin theconenus f oinin o fIeoto. hialsoxce ricA o Sheco0roity
'te o t ii t tt Iti oti team ~. . ISle evid tr iie d ior t'e rity32
'll c ar ticlelheat; Inlitsoftce.suchieltve.,Ihav ing pae oroyC.r,, o.
it ' boil it tieitrtocoliitgiioi-, oo 45'an)
c o it t . o evduc iflakonort i ii' t ity ico I o ac lo triiiag 0a
dtrear * f acs llt gh repttion ii' of oorpir bt fyii ciii e
toot) i e .iden i oilm r i ii i c hii lit1 coii 0 l coo vtI-td.r Cos . HG.ili .
ofC lir'ae funiheditheo, dtil res Ifyu rwntparticblock. odo ifn
it ilto feeadet istingi to sellthe ito tographer but ifyou want the bes
1--a sist too taken it.onnct'.ii Io w i i~ o.tith' ome totAexndr 'tC., Hening c
xrdrintht.e urosd o ak hs

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THlE TAR.MONIC ORCHESTRA.
Addtress tL. H. tso, maniager, 8o8
SoucithFourtho avenue. Phonies: Hell,
iobh- ; H-onir, al-red. tf
Try Pbelps' Perfecion chocolate puffs
tail cips at Cushinog's ptharmacy.
Satisfactory tailoring at satisfactory
prices.tFutler & O'Cotnnor, 61g C. Wit-
lioo street. if
HIALLERi'S J:wMELRYiTOoi , MainoSi.
Thei cottege jewvelers.
The Ann Arbor Precss(formorty Par-
ker & Snyder), prntters of the Mictiigan
great bokoniott ttll lt, tihe'Iechtnic, S.
C. A.thtaidtboot,,etc., etc.. arc prittr
iotie sltudettt/ oditt117 EtJ bi
on streetit
Atarmlcktts0 tattI-L,Vt7"S 1-lit

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' No combination 1n Lamps==No advance its price.
Tie Perfec'tion Stodio tLamy,.. . . . .
The iNo. 0 RoyaliLamp 75
Decoitiratid LampsiCt'omplettifrom $1.00 to $Sil0 each.
ttlasst L ms f o m 10eti tcto 75e oeach. '
We sell the bent 'Camps Imade and f sr less money than asny other
2id~~cssth house isn thin market. A. rn
DEANn&SCO.Michigan

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Cl Is I I i I I ms's.

zentlirle velvet kISS(°s

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Mtctigant i n ls, fItitt pont sO~tt.
Ii LLiR'S JEWELRYto'STl'O, Minti St
Fo $.- ttn'al ' h \iat ~ )

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'SOSc
For MEN and WOMEN
" .. See our Windows for the latest Styles and Patterns in
Water-proof Shoes. Heavy Tar Tams or
B3lack Leathers, 'double soles thor-oughly
°{ J 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.

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Cinoch Dieterle
Embalmer and Funeral Director
Ambntance--Calls attended day or night.
'215 S. 4thi Ave. IResideunce same
P'honei4. An.Abru ctt..
PURE ILK~
BRIGHTON
Flat Clasp Garters
make onr "course"'eaty. Msttcof onfpioee
pnrc silk ws-r, metial partts heavily nickeled.
Pcercty ftat, comor'table, adjusttable. took
for nameboungarter clasp and box.
PIONEER ;": ,
SUSPENDER ' akr
718 Market St.Psonee
Phitadetphia Snspeederl
___ PAIR
Save a Walk Down Town
(3tt yttutr Watches atid Jewelry.
repaired at the Right Place
lily i/SI' U. of 11. Pins
teheic tlhey _ keep a foull
prices. No r. '~ poor stock
illoui'tore. ~Nothing
char'gcd for 1s' loot/king at
piesc on eepairet c. Alairmfooiks
$51.00 and ulp Call at the right place.
tpposite Law Building.
J. . ShLE®E 40 ou.th
Money Loaned
On Watches, Diamonds or other
Iperoonal property.
Watches and Jewelry repaired.
Bargains in Watches & Diamonda

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vv -- j'MN y 1zMUz~ t~ L: Office at residenoe 331 E. Liherty St
R. J HO O3T TTE , M r. }Ill S. Main St Hloars: 8tolt1:30 a. m. 1to 3:30and 7to
R.J H FSETE ,9g.A .nOf . eM. n'NII
iiiiiitetc *..-..at. , iinon JOSEPH C. WATTS j
--lA+A.w- 5.i< HA LF-TONES
* PANORAMIC PHOTOGRAPH mod
*r __ ~OF THE -i n
~:MICHIGANT-WIS OSN G M ZINC ETCHINGS
i<10 inches Wide by 36 inches Long . Lower in Price
'.,- ~ Betier in Quality
For $2.00
+< Ask A. M. SMITH
*ALEXANDER (ft CO'S STUIO,01 Henning Bik., Cor. Huron ft 4th. +1 n nbrSvnsTai le
+4~i.++-~ -~~11 Ann Arbors Savings Bankfaflack

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