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G.AH.W ild
Co.
Leading
MERCHANT TAILORS
T he larget sto ki t-._
the G iy of exclsie
I styles in Wle ns for
Gentlemen wear Of
I highclas fabrics and
p eial style fo stto
Gx. H. Wild Co.?
311 S. State St. p
IBargains
inl
Gihson's
Bfooks of Drawings
Tocle t a small lot iil
Chtat Dait, tibtio's e
bratehook'. (tiblat k and
tit-tt i"' 12ttx 7in.t
pite onheatvytpftena
ti Iii ni. tegulatptic
$4.20
we il ra 'tolot it
ScalI-adder. $195
A Widow and Her friends 195
Pilres of People__ 100
1awns.js1.00
London__1.00
Sheehan & Co.
Students' Bookstore
Money Loaned
Oit Waches, lDiamondstr tthei'
personal frttperty.
Watches and Jewelfry repaired
Bargains in Watchnes'Diamtnds
Oicoatrsidene3tatE. Lbety St
AnnArtir.
lieoursti13n .gn., iio 3:t0and to
JOSEPH C. WATTS

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
r E tteret at secndclaststmattert as tshe tttt
rAtbot i'stointte.
S Itttblislted daily Olondays iexcepsted)lduing,.
r te ncoe teat., at 117 Esrt %asiintteti
r striet. Belt titne 892. Ht ei ptitote 76.
Managing Editor, CLYDE L. DEW
rBusiness Manager, WALTER R. HANS
r EDITORSi.
rAthletic .t .......ClareIneBF.ttitridoe
rNet. ..ittLtuit . Stickinry
t uic.......... A. H. Or0etyer
thuoe i .....t ....... ffir J. Arttrng
trimiTORtAI, STAFF.
tuhAllint tranoklintC. Patsk
tuAthur C.found.
rASSOCIATES.
t iereA. Osbosrn Itarola C.Sith
JEal Oglte rI. iGeorge A.iBartnes
ti-iris N. Smuithi i-taoS J. Clack
itibet it. Claticy Itenry . hIs~tteci
1). F. BSeensoni CWalter Nhicirosboos
(:le ti n lta hey I ltob i1. IW uri
kot- V. 1,1ill IiiyI It. Joes
B ATES:.$2.osperryereorsc$.os if par. is
advasce.
Addresr WALTER R. HANS Buiness
Manager, 2341 S. 12th St., Phone 849 L.
\hit. ItNI-;Sli tY. lllhClisllti;ho, 1t
Baiter Todtry-GEORGE A. BARNES.
il lt t's'ome it \lici ijytitotilhlt t b
ti-tilt lth ii lli oigan il tmitttt ares te-
cit Ii it lac of te ncd o iii b
rcr The real far ithit thli 011i
cii tit tttttt litth ilittiti lit1e11ce
in.Ni 11e- e~ itterClislseassts
lit c iihavi a it 1; -tnutu ad her

liicn itc i liol igt n t p roerr
1 .,llal d bles111sillg wh irtt-riit csm
h~t kvcrsas a btell lttt amtite kfur
t lt tt i iciii 11l e tkiour ll ti tit ii S ti lertk
th titi s noi tt l;' iit l ittleoseie' forom
It ciam to ife t i tog ol. isr
stteen i ifrn otbtefti tat'
111 tliii l iii itait ut istorythe tatcilt-ed
a Idil cu . o ldit nti i be mu~rtch
battr, ten fit til a tigis posbl e it
i rllc \\ tta111111t one c'itestI ''h
t ,i h- ;sdi ~lI f t t i4 tal
r m aw ctetl ri suh inshoultdetr
> not I out O fthe tttm oftie t olibl e'
Also som thing t t t tspesorti ill
it lc i t)1T - I . RlIA R C ,
,.11 111111 ilt(a c thssrng io
h<i ill illle ttchargeliatut itt etli ay t
iii I st-its-uponlto l akeliii git at
riell ,it itt c Itii it~pttill 11CC fil o -
Titnlrhut1111 Ic tindeCi t a ii It itt a
w iltevt le msttit fi t he t il lattlention t
th deg itimttit f ilt i iutcrlt eams111
bo fr te 'inirandsping tilieeteegs
sil; i rlay t-iitam ft h ic ndlte meet,
Penn wil have Iree teas iforttetil
te tw -ii 'cillsl i nd t e furl eevnts
11111(- nd form-1111e ev nts, utt e r -
heicIelaliiiheClpresent'II I
16 itura ird -Litr e i rtt reer e i

STROING II-hlICAI
A nwire-eilf r arityitbac
ofi tire Pi Thetahi nrartironalI fratenttli.
was5 irrstlled trtetrlr in t eeirittiga shol of
riedilie lst Stayeveitng.'Te
tne lthapter sill e ktriets P eTsi chasi-
terr andrri ieadtyten r twiselse iofthe
moelsteromrentistuedentri'ithft d iepart
rmeiti hrveelienrren rolledi nt it mrem-i
leiecItp.
The fraterriya rei s l. I
hasi tweente-eightr ehapteredistrtiute
echiely' theroughthrett'tcrndrtsouitth. nl
ft held finexelleritstninirg.
I. ti. Neterurt ntre itf the mtemtber
ofi thlegrilldectapter.cae toiAnrtr
ehapeir.'Terrrertrberctre tlretdylc- t
temrplalitnrg t'proc'urigrf itstietalie
ectapter lhoutie. Itisicbelievedthait th le
sucecess tf thre'fratlerity- at A.tttr bori
is atlettil- iwelItasured.
D!I 'SN UhR\' -MIICI-liG.A 'S
YriiINGrIIST POtfSCTlOR
PDeanikIt1. -DIusentutry,-.'2 awtil try-
ittl t'etate agairs t '. Margaeut
Swtzerr. ehargedl swit the- tmurdser f
liei litshutlttnt.wtill le le youngestcprIs-
tentoli ri inte-stte. 'T-e seis t-lt it-ms
frcmcedi te il I aCnnycrc
li r. I uue-lry radusalttedtlfromth e
ti-en ty-foutr. a'initthe'fall iof the satte
yeer loatedl at .tlut. Plesat iatt illet
eletedeproecteinig tatterey- lb te re
firttnghiseiolnI ttlelieirto tfc.
Milr. li' ebrtilhasiteitniivet'.uces
fl inrhiutteriotr inth eettionsiae'edc
bigntojsier-itf cririrnals, lc 11his
kittd-hlear'tteeccsshsldIim to inliter
feree' it the ast'ofseverael tuntifortnate's
antl seure' te-n te igtsth et- were its
danigersofIlosing. Il~t e ittllimpi e
ted utriengssworketr.
Gll '1 I-t Cl l'-i''TRYOUTS 'TODAYit
ihe twet-fiv i'esuttheatee liior te
gyimiteasri tiill let-giteti a teyo-ttisli
afirinotutuat . 1The'Ites t-itisill ellis
si pitiptally ioi eecies (e1t ile
hore,. eigs prsel anIdttt oitota
lintsi, and wtiill pratica'tll deie he
mtalti-upo hgmthe e ail msssifotesn-
ig year-
lie esti tll-troussndil fmltti oflci hi
uierssiy sill-als le sle-tedibyi-tue
Jedge. Vonsi.t seetgeil 'olaiwitofilahi
uyta',tetamit.andT.IFCarvellsdiretor
seillie aiiwtrsdediifot felst seondit
thitldplce. ITle eerieieesill cn-i
sist 1fsne ieeecribed rd i itwiltdivhidul
SKAT'lINGRINK hIIA-i
TlION Ctt it itINDIlNATION
Thecienthe iteety cenil ei h ssisits
nightinriratifyig theieaure baerrig
skattintgrinlet isetausingiri it lehuh- tl
cutionli amtongiif unitesiy stetst.
Ticsee s i tslit' ttgenertl itliriationr
teo lay thtellamte for ite miesuire uponus
Col.lRos lGrranger .tA nriiinent frtt
enity-nncalssi up 'iTe Daily lte lhit
ight 'ind madise the tstersiirt itatt
rsrsiemic'itiissuinft hutmoiingt llth
fratgert ~uie n tAn.Air'ste'lt isi- tic
re I le-ditsle tlid.
See' Cudt or r'siismsshielis', atth
Camsrisibassirber lthopli. rtN Uncl 'ivescit

Book Bargaills
$1.50 Copywrigqt Editionls
50 Cents
Iiiit itt. r l-t; v t .u it 3s-t-lr i ii i hem"
_ h c p ' irt - it lit i( 7itth1'r -
1"be., i tist' ti tlist tutu -A'tr
it S ml . tt (. l" t.Is
it-se tir l Ht irhtt ( 1Zttt tti
s'.ll 'vi ti -lust is t rlt h ul t ut u it
I' itlitlutista its til t" t -
A Ir, t i ' t s iii~
Many Othver 'Titles Equally as
Good Only
50 Cents Each.
The Booksore tha's never Un-
dersold
and
OFF 7
LikeseCuts5
CLET.PABD C. ToA.Y
isc-forktil hi ,_ louse 'I
tlsstcn1 1 S t u tl\lt ee I hulsit
. Mara SCH UHEA
SANITARY PLtJNIEING
Gas and Electric Students' Supplies
A SPECIALTY
J. F. SCH-UH, 207 E. Wshingsn S'
When a Man
uses poor soap, his face
rebels-becomes sore and
irritated. Soothe it with
WILLIA MS 'SHAING
THE FAR1M[RS AND 'MECHUANICS lDANI
MOAIN AND HrURfON TIOPtTS
Capital, $0,00, srpus and Profits, $6,000
Doses aGeasIl Bankit u ies rd L' ae
S percnt Interestees 'imse and sevig
Os psits, Safety tDepstilineisrie
an .OoV0aostpwards
R. KEEMPN, roLrs. W. C. S eNs, ice-Presi-
F. H. asona. Casi.1. A. WLLrIAMs.

~AdHJ6AN CENII~l1
Chicago Buffalo Boston New York
Through Trains Elast--8.tx a. ini., h41s t.
4.55 p.m., 9.30 p.sm.ii1.0hup. m.
Locals Easete.05a. ., 1.0ta *.05 p..,
*8.30 p. n
Through Trains West-2.a. h,, 7,h8 a. mi.,
9.18 a. mr., 2.33 p. in. 1t.20p. Mr.
Locals West-y24 a. rm., 05* . ia.i., '1.0p.
M.,*610 p.,Is.
*i(Eceptt Suandtay.)
onectios at Chiurge fee Sc.Lous,
Kanasas City and thre West..
W. W. CASE. Agent, Ann Arbor.

ap uere-si 11its o sltsr thsnuls c Sundiitt'
:' illm v sa td i i v lh il l stii-ta ssl'-s lsi tl- uunuc u
al 5de l let ad ill e'sc uts ciren e vtruth Nttminee: ' for ofeu eeiomuitted.
e rl-otitle '.- a cackatthie grautti 'ii 1'lIcons idcrshss'lusslly fars tso t-rut. trut
old gam 44 fo thil, tnd s le sitthus- ussuish re-pcusllyatith e tt i e the
a -. r al iiire daso tushe repciitt l st 1 ronli'te'e- hy gisg i thir name
tts ,eutu esp ete thoitst-fotrm alsGeor-ies s.ciFerirts
ci to otl ofte CIo1s it - It is Acrtng"Secre-tary, ulpi.
j - limu t'iely thatth tt l i tittttlfhe a iesc if thoseoitited I are'as
will itt--hValance ussmiusiuNot to o fll w: F r prsidltet.t, Peel. JMlatter,.
alh- l shut ltl Ititlou th t h rc il'uis K lso ; iceprsident. PacskardI
wuhsi vted C ii lt in'.t reis 5cttt.i lussuhue. hIusuek. Ircix;
te tltitell thlti susshsu-r t- lt-rse hisedlead reht. Pier-
nli c th 1 .11 f c r< pat. situ )ISicc t11 rutm usager. Xhic I Latropi
- - -- -us-u-usnlll-es hBaxier'. Campbusieh.llbane-.
W hl h al s c il uuheill ii icl 11 flIaviorr hut uts-- ril
fo ha ate- l tlet collteelt of lists.he indtutu let- ee re-turns ts euratorh's
;.l\.kid it aly ea tern i tlituttt t ofiit tittitttt ndturhcs ieC'ieitardi.

Announcement of the
Students' Lecture Association
1905 Fifty-second Season 1906
"NUMBERS:REMAINING
JeromeXK. Jerome
IChats. Battell Loomis - :Dec. I
Jacob A. Riis - - - Janl. 16
F. Hlopkinson Smith - ---_-
LoradoTaft - - - Jan. 31
Frederick Warde - - Mar. 12
Pros. Alderman - - .rliar._-
SOUSA'S BAND - Mar. 30
Leland T. Powers - May 2
Oratorical Contest
Open Number - - -----
Tickets for tthe Entire Couzrse - $2.00
May be obtained at S. L. A. Office or from Student Sellers
Seats reser-ved-'50 Cents Extra-at S. L. A. Box
Office, Main Corridor, University Hall, beginning October 30
*INGL16EjADMISSIONS $1.00 S. L. A. P&lm a 5 52
Office Hours: 4-6 Daily (Saturday exceptec

TO TAKE WITH YOU
T'HE choice of a Cravat furnishes about the only op-
J, poe unity in a man's dress for the display of indi-
vidunality. But this opportunity must be improved by the choice
of a udistinctive cravat. Here are
Keiser Cravats
all new and distinctive, with elegaxice. Price 5o cents to $1.50.
boud, nothing common about these cravats-each one is a dis-
tinct creati on, carefully made. We pride ourselves on ouc stock
of cravate, that is why we want you to see them.
Q1Infr Shirts-we received a new supply yesterday, and can
can continue to make the best showing in this town. The prices
are remarkably low. Tbinik of a coat shirt for $ m oo, You can
get it
At the Co-Op
THE STORE OF THE STUDENTS

Douglas Shoes WAHD h hnemair 218 So. Main St.
Gym Shoes LXA '-"='T'e

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