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January 10, 1906 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1906-01-10

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TH E MICHIGAN IL

Co.
Leading
MERCHANT TAILORS
The 1argest sock in gy
the C ity of exclsivee
Gentlemen wear Of
highclass fariis and
special tyle for tu
dents
G. H. wild Co. 3o
311 S. State St. 0
Hockey
Sticks
Phe Special 11BuiltlUp "
(oal and Defense Stick
has a strip of elm attach
ed firnmly in front ts re
inforce the stick and make
it smore efetiv tssgoal
k eeper sr defense player
'lade of fine rock elm
Regula tion Hockey Sicks
Spalding Practice Stick, 25c
Sheehan & Co.
Students' Bookstore
Money Loaned
Oni Watches, Diamnsdoir other
personal froperty.
Watches cd Jeiwery repaired
Bargains is Watches & Diamonds
Ofiee at nesiiecee3ii1 E. LieripS
Ann Abir.
Hois:es8 te ii:%iia. mi ico :i50Jindlito
9 p .
AL, B5SINESS OcrSIDEWTsAL
JOSEPH C. WATTS

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.jIli1l1re i 1iiiiiiicijsif 11ilieirc ,iild
6 p i cisiseond clas n ttra he :n l es I ik ciihel bl t iin iisli
Puiblishied (laity i{iMondayses cepiril) us. ic 1'aipl 11:111 and T pan I ' i
th e oliege er, ati1'7 PastNWashingo
sitreit. Blupiene 92. iismepiione 76. icc iii'.toithe ifdecti iilis Iis in
ha d on h1is i()~-1cianI slicid lisp genera-
Managing Editor, CLYDE L. DEW ii I iTo 1) iiiiippalli dii hecirilii
Business Manager. WALTER R. HANS ,tci liii cilii" lie (fci'ii'iiu 1 iiire 's-
- c1i nto thii isii ii ii H \ . ca ia

Aithleiic ........larence 1. Pideidge
Ne s...i........ ois ii Sickey
I, l<) cs......... -Chli. .i'W5instuead
Ni iric ....... ...ii1. Oeterpei
\1'om ii.......I'ie J. Arnistrong
lspgh 'lies Frankin C. Paeks
6eiliue C. i'cend.
ASSOCIATE'IS.
Geirge .6. Osborn icecid C. Smitic
J. l arlOgie, Jr. Ceorge ..Baies
'FerrisN. Smiiii iack J.Caic
Roberi i1. Clacy p Iieiiiy.. Iiisieiy
I). iF. Steenson \Valtieri'iietcrsmacm
I; i ) sradey' John i'. 6Wurz
6. iiiV.Lul l1o dii. Jonses
RATES: $.5o per ears cr 5.s if paid in
adeance.
Adiiress: WALTER R. HANS Business
Manager. 236 S. 12th St.. Phone 849 L
'l\I Nl i' .1 LABE LN ii iiii
Editce Today-ROBPERT H. CLANCY.
Jin t F c ll c il- at is iii o
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if' el . nlliuuuc'allu'cp.1,.i N e\

whc ocelsiiicl el he hie istoryii
mi lfe ofth u ivity'uu.ciiQuite anu
impotantedu uC.ld beupsecure(]inteui
step N1uiluipa uu iihiilelnna ion li e 't-
ii iiill uuluru ies.
but thi is llo\. iut if lie' uest.
.lN i anDiii rceiiint south: ni.
On i a Iuiuis autuul t'ole' ither iilii it
ori tumpilu andii Tl e Dal ho sn

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rcch~d th (fill t ii g )lt tei tur
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's luidi Il

1905 Michiganensi ais
only $1.00
W~e live pirchiased fromn
Ihe miim-m~ienit of the I1901
Msicle'ieiisicsm I)v e r ;'o
Copies of this pulicatioi
svliich swc wili sill at
Exactly Half Price
You Want a Copy
Piurchase ct onece, asltle
dlemianid is sore to emsceed tle
The Bookstore that's never Un-
dersold
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huh fSeiiti a e i Pe ssorif "ll
th aionle ate nto isae.
I"illIi I.liesootifni lieli Professori' N'ail
Tlii toii accent was thatcc1of1 cief o I h
Icii li f M llsc, ndrLiic , P ofii soi
ho i dl\ii I circledr hi'cu o dcinu e the1
i -ie Was due desto takeuuchr e hast
do it thl e proI' c igaiiil ad leer
clmIhm.orer id acleiciri nts
To' ise' caireN ii I cuealso ilchave e' hel-
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ccsi haesc cli' 1f te epatm ntli
acces tro, ' lli th 1e oiglinl 1111117 decree'
Iniisrpt e cilic Itociiic al l i s-
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Announcement of the
Students' Lecture Association
1905 Fifty-second Season 1906
NUMBERS REMAINING
Jerome3K. Jerome
IChas. Battell Loomis - Dec. 1
Jacob A. Riis - - Jan. 16
F. Hopknson Smith..............
Lorado Taft - - Jan. 31
Frederick Warde - - Mar. 12
Pres. Alderman - = rlCar.....
SOUSA'S BAND - - Mar. 30
Leland T. Powers May 2
Oratorical Contest
Open Number
Tickets for the Enutre Course - $2.00
May be obtained at S. L. A. Office or from Student Sellers
Seats reserved-SO Cents Extra-at S. L A. Box
Office, Main Corridor, University Hall, beginning October 30
S1NGU~aAD MISSION S $.00 S. L. A. ,Phone. 552
Offlice Hours: 4-6 Daily (Saturday except c

Fountain Pens
Wec do not carry any ''LetAkers'' mor any pemns swhichm we. caim-
not guarantee. Time senme is trmme of all oimr goods, 'ae carry only
articles that are standard. Watermman's 'Ideal'' Founmtainm Penm
mneeds no introdunciom. We have a large assormnmt of these. easy
writing penms ini fine and mnedimum points, especially suited for
mote takinmg.
Moore's "Non-Leakable" Pen has had a remmarkable sale here.
But not so remarkable when youm conmsider its duialities which
make t pre-enminently the cleanest pen to hanmdle.
At the Co-Op.
THE STORE OF TlE, STUDENTS

Don't Insult
youcr face by making it smart
and sting with bad soap. Al-
ways insist upon
W ILLIAMS' SHAVING
ST I CI{
ALARM CLOCKS
$1.00 to $1.50
Fulsly G.arn.taad
OcrDlr ~lc icks are Che lbest made
fee clipmnsey. Fimue watc elpm' iinm
aseclyii.
J. L. Chapman, 206 5. Main St.
" 'CHuIAN (3ENwUI
"The lXss sea FallsRoat
Chicago Buffalo Boston New York
Thrsugh Trains East-8.18 a'.xm., 2,4011. i.,
4.55 p. mu.1.30 p. a. 11.07 p. m.
LscassEast--6.05a. s., *11.10 a. ia., *4.05 p..
'8.36 p. is.
ThrsugheTains West-2.07a.sim~ 7.i5ca.m.,
9.18 a. sc., 2.3p. mi. 1.0p. m.
Locais West-24 a. x ms.i,2 a a., *1.40 p.
m., *6 10i p, sc.
S(Excepit Snday.)
Connc'tions cat Chieago for' St. Louis
Kaas Cityupand dme Wost.
W. W. CASE, Agent, Ann Arbsr

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Douglas Shoes WAHD..T1he hge~mant 218 So. Main St.
Gym Shoes zEtv4A~i~i

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