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January 24, 1906 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1906-01-24

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THE MICHIGAN_ DAILY

Spring, 1906
ti OUR STORY
0Attractive Styles
New Colorings
IMEN'S W[AR
SLargest Line of Woolens
j Shown, all at
POPULAR PRICES
Full DrssSuits a Specialty
at
0. H. Wild Co.
Leading
M~ERCHANT TAILORS
311 S. State St.
ISWEATERS

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

E tit rrted

ii ls atrat the Ann

P'ttli5ted daily l'tltttaysexepted) tduting
thecolegeyea, a 17 'ast \Washtingtont
street. Bell Itee8S=.. ftlame Phone 76.
Managing Editor, CLYDE L DEW
Business Manager, WALTER R. HANS
Ei~l'izs.

Athltetics
Nes.t
] xcalg

.......Cl atenne I,. Eldridge
......Louis ID. Stckney
.hlesoE. Winstead
....... .... . H. Ortmoeyer
.l....... ie J. Armtrlong

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F iITiOiIIAL STAFtF.
FHutgh Allen Franklin C. Par-ks
ASSOCIATES.
FGteorige A. Ostbor'n Harold C. Smtith
FJ. Earl Ogle, Jr. George A. Barnes
F terris N. Smtith tDrantk J. Clark
FRtoblert tI. Clancoy ttenry A. Motgontee-
FIt. F. Stevtenson \ Vater' Metzenbaumn
FRATES: $n.5o per year, or 5n.on if paid in
FAddress: WALTER B. HANS' Business
FManager, 236 S. 12th St., Phone 849 L.
Ei'trnTtoday-ROBERT H. CLANCY.
CI E'INDAR
9a. -.is .tll t S ehLll Of Nittie.
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Tan. > -llelna t-e, hit; ~.School
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fo ltc hemtial ell tt'iteeel
Jan. it lTa t e -A otanti

stutetsl'tikie ]trate iee wtokiing .tnd
hopn tfo. It i the lig gtmesntwhihl
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fro 'tiloitlit tpthtii' geatplaiygrouttnd, if
minium dmisios tee clhatgetad
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rivtetd et'ettitaiie at tie titetiti: Xhat
tree ee gintiodtotiatttttt i? And the
the facu lt' ettit.c itrtth entlsituttion.t
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triilg t acerintudent feniiing and
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oftite ouniit ln tttecofiencieifttie"
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tiake twrdtite ather.tyof theiiMett-
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itvttiitito e ftn thndellaitclof inihett
gtinthe I ttertg i a Ivtue tiegrees

IXiClIGiAN'i NSiAN S
PtROGRESSING N C'Iii.Y
Tite at coti es- uti'lgt forte t ot
tiary t.,te tudges bienig "i'iedoret't
iKtocit. iirttrian,. X. P.Siatwteetr
Wrinkie.
In the ettottetfortedintitgthte fist
pitecns istinitftieolearoiters.ii'n
LeytW. NohUphn, '07otand07he.se.on'di
fetidet, 05ieetd.FFTr'Crto'theti
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ph os Tinactini'., ti t'ttte latit
thettionei ofii tertbliseirclesdtelt
tgrvretholilt-intightitettttheCMinthe-
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4* OFF

$6.00 Sweater Vests,
buttons, .
$5.00 Sweaters..... .
$4.00 Sweaters ......

.$4.50
$3.75
$3.00

Miehiganensians, $1.00
WA HRS
The Bookstore that's never Un-
dersold

Spalding
Sweaters

$6.00 Ones,. $4.50
$5.0() Ones, ..$3.75
DON'T MISS
THIS
Sheehan &Co.
Students' Bookstore.
Money Loaned
On Watcer, Dtamndo or other
porsonal property.
Watceonnd Jewelry repairod.
IBargains in Watches &oDiamonds
Ann Arboe.
(ours: 8titto1:0a. In.,1 ton3:30 and d to
9 p. M.
JOSEPH C. WATTS

ARROW
COLLARS
d ff t-tutom thi llt wo'tn t essen 't'.'tiliit s- -
iteyitdoutnot hitnu nthIeyltva i e e vct
quar'ti'iuuuic of veuaf u-'''Ittintct.h "It'nice'
itt'ha 'e'ua '..ltut-ttattnit te sna 'size: .'tt llit
co'stuit.'utoflittu.t't -iishasitunuu'lwhenuuut
15c each; 2 for 25c
Cluett, Peabody ftb Co.
0, lM,.Martin DFUEA
Office J2lt S. -4thsAte. I1 tttuue 98.
Residene 302 S. 5th Are. P-hone ;3111
AMBULANSCE 01R CALL
Face Value
is what you value vour face at .
If you value it asu S tU~sould,
you use
WTILLIAMS' sT;

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Announcement of the
Students' Lecture Association
1905 Fifty-second Season 1906
NUMBERS REMAINING
JeromelK. Jerome
IChas. Battell Loomis - Dec. 1
Jacob A. Riffs _. . Jan. 16
F. Hiopkinson Smith i. -f --
Lorailo Taft . . Jan. 31
Frederick Warde - - Mar. 12
Pres. Alderman . =lar. __
SOUSA'S BAND - - Mar. 30
Leland T. Powers May 2
Oratorical Contest - -----
Open Number - -__-_
Tic kets for the Entire Counrse -1$2.00
May be obtained at S. L. A. Office or lenin Student Sellees
Seats reserved-5S0 Cents Extra-at S. L. A. Box
Office, Main Corridor, University Hall, beginning October 30
SING0LE ADM18ISSIOS $1.00 S. L. A. Phone* 552
Offlice Hours: 4-6,Daily (Saturday exceptec

ICO-OP. CO-OP. CO-OP.
For Stationery, for Furnishings, for
Books, for anything you need, the
best place to go is the Co-Op. Store.
The prices, are the fairest, six months
of competition have demonstrated
that. The goods are the best, six
months of satisfaction have proved it.
Visit the Co-op.
THE STORE OF THE STUDENTS

ANN ARBOR RAILROAD
AND STEAMSHIP LINES.
Tra.tais Leave AnnaArbor
Going Notuh.9t:05 a. em. and 421.1 p. mc.
Going'Soutti 7t20 a. cut., 11i:35a. ci. aeditt51p. mi.
J1. J. KIRRIY, IW.'. WILLS,
Gennl Pass. Agent, Agent,
Toledou, Ohio Aon Arbor.Slink
IByll iptone135-1r lone ne 6n9S
XLICH~IAN CE~ni1
" Niagara FallsRo
Chicago Buffalo Boston New York
Through Trains Eanst8t1a'a.en., .ip. it..
4.55 p. em..,1.30 p. cut. 11.0c5in. m."-
Locals lEast--l.05a. em., n1l.10 a. e..05 p. Ecu.,
0tag6 p.em.
Thrugh Tains West-2.07ani,~,7.58aci..,
9.18 a. m., .33 'ttp. em. 10.20 p. em.
Locals West-224 a. em.. cy.2 at. ., nti40p.
eM., *6.10 p, em.
* (Eceptt Saiait.l
Connecttons at Chicago Inn Ot. Loais
tKacnas City and the West.
W. W. CASE, Agent, Ann Arbor

Douglas Shoes W AhoeDTman 218 So. Main St.
Gym Shoes ~ i X1% 71JIIU

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