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January 31, 1906 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1906-01-31

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Spring, 1906
Attractive Styles
New Colorings
Largest Line of Woolens
j Shown, all at
jPull Dress Suits a Specialty
G. H. Wild Co.
Leading t
311 S. State St. t
Girls' Heads, Poets' Heads; mounted
on glss with passepartout edges.
50c and 35c ones for
A ot of
broken sies; regular $1.00 Caps,
to close ot, each
Sheehan & Co.
Students' 'Bookstore
Money Loaned
On Watches, Diamonds or othotr
prsonal proprty.
Watched and Joidlry rpaird.
Bargaitis in Watohes & Diamondo
office at residence 931 E. Liberty St
Ann Arbor.
Hour: 8to11.:3 a mr., Iito3:30 and 7o

Entera od class111 mttr.atp thei An
te.oliege tar, ai 117 lassitoao
steot. D1lphone r89.i. oe phoe 7.
Managing Editor, CLYDE L DEW
Business Manager, WALTER R. HANS
Athletics. ......Clarnoe E. Edridr
Noos........... LooisL. Sikny
E hnvO.... . C lelot . Wintead
Musnit........ . Ortoiyr
Woen.............tEffe J. Artstron
logt M \IloFakin isC. Park,
Arthur C. Pound.
GeoIor A. Osbon Harold C. Snit
J. tarl tOgle, t. GeorerA. Barnes
F-ooit N. Smithib DltakJ. Clark
Roerit. .Clacy Hery t. Mntonery
1). IF. Sevensoo (lain,' Metenaam
GlennDIBralely bon tF. Wr.',
Ro. 0. lll Floyd II.lJos
RATES:O$t.5o pee year, or $2an t pad in
Address: WALTER R. HANS' Business
Manager, 236 S. 12th S.. Phone 849 L.
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in~g by skilledl iworktmen.
HI IERl'S j:.VLo'o,1'cSTORE, Main St.

Safety and Ease
and comfort ini shaving are
found only in the soothing
lather of the old reliahle


Announcement of the
Students' Lecture Association
1905 Fifty-second Season 1906

Jerome K. Jerome
IChan. Battell Loomis - Dec. 1
Jacob A. Riis . - . Jan. 16
F. Hiopkinson Smith
Lorado Taft . - .Jan. 31
Frederick Warde - - Mar. 12
Pres. Alderman -. -. -[rlar. _
SOUSA'S BAND - Mar. 30
Leland T. Powers May 2
Oratorical Contest
Open Number
Tickets for the Eriire Couzrse

While they last, navy blue and white
Sweaters for $1.00. These are not
$6.00 Sweaters, but they are excellent
value and just the thing for skating or
trampinge--or camping. Buy now be-
fore they go.
Only a~t the Co-p

Tx aimsLeaveaAna Arbor-
Going North 9000a. ml. and 401000. im.
Got~ing South .710a. m0 1:3I a.tm. andtt:5tp.5m.
.I,. 10111107'. NV. T. ILLSJ,
lenosI- 'ast. Agent, Agent,
r'otio io111 AtnArbor 011011
tell phlone t35-Isr PHoine 1111000615
.r., -Niagara FnllePntsf
Chicago Buffalo Boston New York
Through Trais East-8.18 a. i. 4o.i.
4.55 p. nm., l3.30 p. en. lie5 p. nm.
Locals East--6.05 Lan ., *li.ti a. m., *4.05 p.51.,
*8.36 p. m.
Through Trains Wean-107 a. m~, 7.58 a. in.,
9t.18n.m, 2.000p. m. 10.10 p. mo.
Locals West-224 a. mo., *8.28 a. ms., *1.40 p.
ms., n6.1 p, nm.
a (Eept Sums"0.1
Cionnections at Ckicago for S. Louis
tKansas City and tke Wost.
W. W. CASE, Agent, Ann Arbor


May be obtained at S. L. A. Office or loom Student Sellers
Seats reserved-SO Cenxts Extra-at S. L. A. Box
Office, Main Corridor, University Hall, beginning October 30
SINGLUE ADMISSIONS $1.00 S. L. A. Phone* 552
Office Hours: 4-6 Daily (Saturday exceptec



UDouglas Shoes SWAH R Te homa 218 So. Main St.
Gym Shoes 1~1 XI~

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