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Michigan Daily, 1905-12-05

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c~E k TlitCGA N 1)A Y

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Leading
MERCHANT TAILORS
The largest stock in
the city of exclusive
styles in Woolens for
Gentlemen wear. Of
high-class fabrics and
special style for stu-
dents.
0. H. Wild Co.
3118. yateat5.
Mottoes
and
Passepartout
Pictures
We have just received a fine
lot of mottoes handsomely
printed in colors and mounted
on glass. In addition there
are several water colors, Gibson
and Christy heads and bits of
scenery, mounted with glass
front and passepartout edges.
Come in and see them.
PR ICE
25 and 75 CENTS
at1
Sheehan & Co.
Students' Bookstore
Money Loaned
On Watches, Diamonds or other
personal pioperty.
Watches and Jewelry repaired.
Bargains in Watches & Diamonds
office at residence 331 E. Liberty St
Ann Asbe.
Hers: 8 toii1:3 a. m.,ts3:0 and to
9 P. M.
JOSEPH C. WATTS

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY5

Jli ;h <tii of Chica,,O; s'7 that wc, will 111col th

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- - r 05 t n i:< te he«tin i Noiriciacaii
i~toeed ccsicond elasematteat the XAn:
Atbat Pesiculs.l ip (Posti ie gieatest
Published daily (Moindays excepted) durii i \iint as"lerckIxerst l~s tttti
she college year, a 1 aicycsit Washcingtoni-.stric;mc':ciiiiiiii\ i]titthecrciciliji
street. Bell phoe 892y. lHsse phece . i f Umpiiie leinhii 1.tat 1 d. posi
ManaginsgEditor, CLYDE L. DEW 1keltheociint o teC c<lpioiii::i bi
Busness Massager, WALTER R. HANS ('liicac. 1'o. helsi whoiii i-io
Athleic........Ciarencer E. Glddert sepdo lgrdrn h dao
Newss............Lociuis . Stichney Ihis 1ri1iiiii fo dl caiCip .ati
Exchange.......Chiarles iE. Wini~sed ic:::li:::g toiitl-i inic aml ad
Msic .............A.IH. OrtmeyersIN- hailf is si cizeo1: 1nd1Cliilt cii.Wiecc
Woes ..........Effe J. Armestrong itsrst oi n ,cc-::s1anai It(] the
ELDITORIAL, STAFF. fictcnic tc c:Ici strongiii onC::cii..'c
Hughe Alen Franklin C. ParksiChirict.ccc l(, star -iiiiil pyed b
R. Clars OuBrien. ]"kt , lafter i IC:;il iijuir soil
ASSOCIATES. liihiiisbat ferte-ase ieSfficin
teirge A. Osborn iHarold C. Smih pro f h tc hat \1ii i r . R11cili:ci
J. ErlOgle, Jr. GessgerA. lases pad the rolei cof .i.:clariiwih gccai
Feieis N. Snith irank J. Clark sces. Ii3adCurcti;. :lihlcc.iels trid
Robhesi II. Classy leery A.hientgomery t ae CttIct~cccII out, terI ot
D. F. Sceesccn Waicec Meisekaur
Glrecn D Braidley JeohiiFi, i~uze y Icl iu i n ii~ iicii >i:i ccoiciiii i
Rey V. Lull lcdilII. Joer te Ch ~i~icol :ci n t.. ii iiilccdefiil
- --- playng,. he ne t day
RATES: $25o ~per yer,or $2.00sifipaidin\ihCr i i th is:c, CiiCgii,
advance. iiOdi. :c ti
and Mchl tl titrC C\Cily atche

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YAddresa: WALTER R. HANS' Business
YManager, 236 S. 12ths St., Phone 849 L.
TUE1SDA Y. DI CE.\+IIIFN .R
Eitoristoday--GLENN Li. lid DI,VY.
CALENDAR.
11cc. ;. (l::cl Nil::::Rclhicrcal. Schl
11ec. i.--Fleig of Pluld i-gicial Soiciety
ill ooIf '~Uieri tyhal,/j .0
p.ill.:
'NlttiC 3 f ll
Decit c.leeio f Nwc iiifcctis:: .
i 1. :0 1. m
Dic. 3 9.- iiio (ld: Sn: el- i n ii II111
I):c ic I- ie sstc r 11111Ni:t.
lii: 0 I ciit in :H in inii::
i :30 p. Ill
of1:1 :11: U ivi ty Ciill
iol~huhiniiChoral:ifo903 1iscc
I:: ic ii it Ii11,111. ii
Dec 1 : T Ies:ml Spireadif ci cccg

snleri l~a hf; onierImrthot (ca
fata eror ef Jdgmnt b anovcial-
(MS \ichioi 0 ver. No. t() i: who
whncsed te telil~l° grif an the go-:
niin sef-i: iii of Inty" Clr
c~ln hae and eeling owar i xe~
te incrst: l h a diq I cisc
nllsta'C \\as cat~sel b - is e t l>-
alti to licl""'l an hi i~v r 1:1hli ii
ani ity to sc ih r i ll.ii Such:l: I. --
t_ kc iseasiy fo~jve _a 1musnd tll:1
Mlie:eai lyhnhi hrtg io

of o cnlfin":i:. nextYear
Charcie is I:c 1may he dIepended ilup:::
to: icet it that1:::Nirc. Rheinharti hasii
an ilicce.I id is n isi ::taskcismae::cbit
\liclikcai umectui:: that conest. 1:twill
bei an:cawfu:l igh:t to wresi tlicclis::-
dig it.
ecently ii:s:umoredin::Jls::
ly, he ariedin the ncloifutu.
IMO IETLIT'S SOGGES'TION
TAKES EFFECT
(Ctiniucd Ifrom ::page one:.)
tis Mi initcrco:llgiecocii:escts.fir::miic
tha for :val. Isrhes. no student::
tici in:itecolleg::iiecontel~sts Itas
his coleoieor uivity ill bac
ci::fotbal ocuNin opelss pl.yC. In oer::

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Art Caleildar
of Eveilts
Strictly an art calendaruech
moueith b::c i:: epr cilne01oni Ii.
.uilsti dccl::ecdceshi ilicbys .ome:
seaso:nshle ecv-nt taklen frcolci
leg: lile. tllustrations ant ie
tri-color, engraiced fro:m drsw_
ig- onsde epecially fecrtlhc cal-
endar, :and prsent a51eecet moit
linl n d artictfc. Secend
e-dition, revisedllor 1906l, so::
ready. Price only
25c
See the ealendfar onidisplais' at
eithier- clofur lbooksto~rcs -.,tat c
street ir -lacin street.
WA HR'S
The Bookstore that's never Un-
udersold
o-L
YXOU ua51::ait gelt :our
stylie, your heuglht asur::
exactusieiu
AR RO0W
(411ARTER SIZE
COLLARS
fabrisrukibfoecu.
wint ,i ii k. 'hi
CitlF55" , PEABiOtD~Y & Co).
Larssgstl:makers ofCollrsiuehirtsi
il hue::or

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-from tiilensi
fact which
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A Fair Face
deserves fair treatmenct. Treat
it fair and ito 115: trttfcir.
Always use
WILLIAS TC

and ~ ii~llntllsac tc
~it . on te oterihnd.
bightli. W hv tebe
\o l n h wl e v11i
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f' Sic :Icfc::i
coic iilligche
iiifuryer

Thes Anni uArbor Prest (formesrly Par.
his & Snydelr), pinsiusioh tue Miclhugan
D~aily, The Aliumuse, Inlansder, Yost's
grcatihooo:foloitall, ltheNTechnic,.S.
C. . Hn dbsusook, etc., etc., are prntuer,
Is the studcen:t body 117 E. NWatliu,,-
tonu streset.if
Fitclilesioffier suar-inu. Sec lilt
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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. Riles - - - Jan.516
F. Hiopkinson SmithL------
Lorado Taft -. -. Jan. 31
Frederick Warde - - Mar. 12
Pros. Alderman . -. -.Liar. _. -
SOUSA'S BAND - . Mar. 30
Leland T. Powers - May 2
Oratorical Contest - -__-_
Open Number -. -. -.-____--
Tiokets for the Euitire Cowurse - $2.00
May be obtained at S. L. A. Office sr from Student Sellers
Seats reserved-50 Cernts Extra-at S. L. A. Box
Office, Main Corridor, University Hall, beginning October 30
ISINGOLN ADMISSIONS $1.00 S. L. A. Phsone 552
Office Hous: 4-6 Daily (Saturday exceptec

When yoll ask for wyooi at the Co-up you get wool; if whsat
you want is not wool, the clerk trill tell you. Sweaters, jer-
seys ansd Golf Vests ase lhere,-maide of pure wool, in all weighits
-andl at very m~oderate prices. We have one brand of Sweat-
ers that arc not all wool which it- sell at $i.oo. All our other
Swveaters ahre ll wooil antI sell at pr ices froni $2.75 1o $4.50.
Heavy Fleece Lined Uniderwear at 5oc per garment;
Glastenbulry Unlderwtear, Union Suiits, Heavy Cashmere Hose,
At the Co-Op.

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STATE SAVINGS BANK
Dut I tCTR :i:ik h~c lc
tW.5flooth Jno. V.ShC.ehan~au
JII. itail EI. Mthus
N. J. hye Johu lrlh 5 rI'
Frank h. Glaier 5Christian i i:
ALARM CLOCKS
F $1.00 to $1.50
r%% Liy G',...retead
Ou Dor hllaur Ciocslaass thue hiestmalei
frthe moley. FDie watci ripairi:::
JL. Chapman, 206 S. Main St.
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BhANK
MAIN AND HURON STREEITS
Cspital, $50,05, Surpius and Profits, $65,000
Dses a Geeral Bin usin sless cued tap
3 peraentinerest on Tuisuiranud Savings
Depsh. Safety Dieposliitoxsetso ret
at HO.00andeupwards
R. ioir, Phess. W. c0. SeeEFSs, tube-Proc.
P.H. BaLSEs. Cashu. H. A. IdnoAres Ass:.
.HIGHR1WAN CENTRAL
"uThe Niagara Falls Prissy
Chicago lBuffalo Bostons New York
Thrssgh Trains Ease--s8.18 a.n, ,:.40 p. un.,
4.5 ip.is., 9.310p. 5:. 1iOrp. m
Locals East--6.t5 a. m.c,*11.10 .sr.e, *4.05 p.:::.
eels.3 p. u.
ThroughsTrains Wes--205ai,, i.589:t.:.,
hissa.rm., 2.33 p. en. 10.120 p. rus.
Locals West-2:4 an ., *ssya.i., *1,40 p.
ro., *6.0 p, um.
*i(Necut Seuhdae.)
Coniuecthoas at Chicuago fur Si. Lousis,
Kaunsas City anudthue West.
W. W. CASE, Agent, Ann Arbor

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I~huglshoes WAHR DThe Sh1oeman218 So. Main St.

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