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Michigan Daily, 1905-10-17

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THlE MICH IGAN DA(ILY

SPALDING'S
O FFICIAL.,
FOOT BALL GUIDE
FOR 1905
EditrF by WALTER CAMP
(St7,4 lorrthe nerole reised OG1,ICIAL
PL AYINU IRULES andtlpittures of leadintg
t~tams emracng er .500t)playrs Price 10c
Foi- sale iy all Newsdeatet'e. Athletic God
D)ealersaned IDepartmett Oto' s.
A. 0. SPALDINVG ft SBOS.
isrtldiflg's 'ot] ooor iof all athletic sports
moailed freetto anv address.
STATE SAVINGS BANK
IREOCTORSI
W. J. R00th Jeo. V. Sheehan
Wm..Areel0dlDr. V. C. 5Vaughan
Jas. 11. tWade 1 1'. ills
N. J.FKer lohe Haarer
. oltoc rof H S. Carlrart
Frank }r. GlirttChristian Nartie
GEORGE BISCHOFF
FLORIST
Cistalat Cuat Ftccca'm anard Plaek ts
Chapin St., betwaeentHaroadCutltler Ate.
Phone 800
B ILL IA RD S
NHUSTON BROTHERS
Suceos to s JAS. W. REED, 312 S. State

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tthe tailor let him make you a suit---let him
~U dlay you---guess how the cloth is going to
look after it is made up---guess how the garments ,
T \ turn out after he alters and rebutchers'em---guess
( ~ when you will get the suit.
You won't have to guess what price you pay---
t5h you know that that will be a great advance over the -
=+'P price ofa
College Brand Suit
rl"which is the custom tailor-idea with all the disad-
vantages of special- measurement, guess work and
delay left out, and all the things that really count GN,
I le ft i n .
Staebler ( Wuertha

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SOMETHING
NEW
1111LK CHOCOLATE
SWISS- ETTS
AT QUARRY'S
Ping-Pong Photos
36PHOTOS 2 25c
OLD MORRIS STUDIO
1 16 So. Male St. Ace Arbor

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('lA SS lo TIiiIS L, 5I.\.\'.i Rl( S. 'octety il ttp iinr'and iof sred ertingtheio 'T'e i ielsr nttttiert ft he llt' ii
r'os'tl w ill beIs'd' scus't.sed. ttt'dtt 5555'.sltis Rye,.I% an'itl'tt'roat Jourall'5555
:\1I clsss s tissil manager55t'. ts ' r s re '-'ttetstrged ttU) tatte dt he l ist ittiatistit. itor
tams ts i 'tsa ing t icete ad rs
Itin evry mt mu ls t'the xainedts by11 Itititit 'MMeiie. t i a srngiteet
elln' Fitzpatlris'kt orsr lt. Maysts n Debate sRs l ssTht tlist uet a ic .
ons ill t be ts.itsss allowed tto tipa tils swith- tutoly sihou lid tron ize te (sti lt fI
stlou ito ist'having ibien 'appr 'si. WatcIsi helist titsisi ttIeac, ,sis r sil tn; smga s~s . \iit'iat Dily cart ies' l'i s tt til
D iy 'for scheletssi~.1t~' s ara .l~tt'' 'iton 0 I.tA. E Iere lltate 1stee it sI t'll .\bi rt's andsitui ki
71125C. l its slr raits" -lnc-
I Isists retis r ontt fs' 0r .t.h ide
7 2 lnv riy ie sii i i sl s i t is i i ptst l easiOwe'ti' D aily. fsit cein "7i10('itt, 21
.01 sts' tss tss's'Intercliasi ts all . Speech.1 tiltt' Iii . in tinst ree't'st, $ i stele h on 1$2 . lIf s
AIP IA t t- ' i sIt Isis D bte-sist ,Tatlayer d
I titusstillllitakeism'thematiclst i'iiaiv tidet' l ampi's' t an I & sits Sr 21t4'i
It the nxt s it tl. ttt sissst' S pra'gne:snegitve.lthre ne ime s S.i'Maintteet , Q,'id $2.50.tBest

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te listosir si ll hill. liTh tle is' ima t tter o ir . a s'sic l lahii tslyt's 1-00111i 12, l'. tii.

LAM xPS
'stNo combination in Laneps==No advance itn price.
T eBrerltrr Sttdern ta p itttt..s stisit s1N1 it hd. 'st-r $1.50.
'IhetPrrfetionrsStaudiot ltrtp.2.0
ishcN . 0 RdL ttitir .75
W e 1N ott 1.4ti0.t o t r.t'
We sll he estLamps made and for less money than ary other
house in this market.
2t4 Soath DEAN & CO. Ace Arbrr
Mat. S ~ Michigac

stiss iii ti te cl or ar it
Student,,litpsill D an 'li2ts'
s~n ins' csits list
shoesor ruber; all t Apr i iltsso

TUTTLE
SERVES HOT LUNCH AT
wr x wcc338 . STATE ST. ow 9i sr
TilE FARMEIRS AND MECANICS BANK
MAIS AND HURtO STREETS
Capta, $5000, Srpls act! Protts, $65,000
Dotes a GIerera BanioIiBstiss ad atstty
Dreosits. Saf'ety Detpitttloxstor rn
at $.00 anti upwarcls
tR. K'ner, tPres. W. 1. ' veos, ist"-Prs.
F. t. tBcEcIt. Cash. H. A. WIFrrAr8rsoeAst.
COOK HOUSE
Oppsitr Court Houe S'uar
FtRST-CLASS tN ALL BRANCHES
$2.00 $2.50 $3.00
Strttrat artd Fstattir'All niht 0111 v
SUNDAr DINtES A S'rst'r.rYe 50r oatcthi
Vacadarllp 1R1. 0i..!, Propc.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
l'apita t osissi.$50000. Srlus. 0 OfO
A tieceratBacktcg tBusiness Transacted
lOarrt'e :s (tas. tE. Iltis'e'ckt.Pre.; W . .
tHarri'manrrVil'r' Pres.:s 5.1 rteIshie
FINE LUN4CHES
le.It' 'r'ty Clit' tsr'sss'1; Iie.of i "ll' H
s~l~leIt mpo.1t~sr''tedCigarrs. A comps~ii
ine) It ii'st sui l"rt ri stitrs. IWe' sr' agents
Isle.. oalsos for' SA''S '&. SCH'AFIFE'.S
Itswr Isos'tte tBON-BiUNS.
R. E. JOLLY. State St.
Ohio Central Lines
tDIttc'tLINtE
TOLEDO to COLUMBUS
Parlor Cars oo all Trains
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Of Ano Arbor, Mch.
PURE t S I LK
BRIG UTON
Flat Clasp Carters
awake:yor"crres."resy'0 Teofelrec
pue siltk wetb, rrr'etal p rs haly ni''.cs itst'It
Preretly flatr rerrtl eli, itdjtr5astabl, isik.
for retrrr artereclspr'rrllbox.
PONEE
SUSPENDE oO
to
71 Market St _ Pttet
Phladelpha l ,5uA .*n derR
25 0 Ott PAIR
Save a Walk Down Town
(lt your Watches ntlewelry
repalttied aItte Right Place
Iuy your U. of I. Pins whert's
theiy k_ ep a fll list' at the
Lowest Prices.
No Poor Stock iustor't's.
Notthting chatrgeoriteooiking it
isis goods o r'ge'ttig prie.s til
repairsot. AarmriClcils 1 .110
iriS op. ('all at thie right placet~,
J. . U.SCfl[EIIE, 340 s ~t.
Money Loaned
On Watche, Diamronds;tor rther'
Watchres and Jerwelry rtpaird.
Bargains in Watchtes & IDiamontds
IOt' st residence 331 r4ILibIrty ter0
Ann Artist.
torrs t iro 1:0 et.,r.I t 3:3o standt°Sto
9p. o.
JOSEP C. WATTS

H A LF-TU0NE S
and
ZINC ETCHINGS
Lower in Price
Ask A. M. SMITH
11 Ante Arbor Savings Bank Block

U, of M1 BARBER SHOP
Trojonowski State St.

sIsIts' tC'IS isislo' >hri~e

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SflREDDED MIE
ALWAYS IN SEASON
ext1en 1111 sport adier ell.
Shredded
prtecisely' filslihesterquirr-
ineatts, totrteresntaits
rae fthe stten'tre ettberet',
toshith continstmorestrengrten-
tes andubuildieg propertires
tha an~ty other fods. Q[Itrioit
itechrmicsaltleentr e
quireed forsstretg th eer.
measle, booe aedtissues. Ilils
alwasysrtimrey bnesreiitcao be
prepas~re in hundreds ofreays--
writhrik, creeam, fesits, sect.
rabies, errc. 11;Always robe it
weirta.osad lpr'epareeit accrd-et
lee sotie roaiy recipes its " The
iial Qaestior Coto Book,"
wichtwetsedrtee. C4ntle
of brtod ase Triseutlth ie
woleweatstraeckte, wichtis
lit bettetasr r bttast.s
(L'sryTtspsestersseittian
THE
NATURAL FOOD
COMPANY G
Niagara Falls. N. Y.

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(L~l~h~vr iboee
$3.50o $4.o00
For MEN and WOMEN
See our Windows for the latest Styles and Patterns in
Waterproof Shoes. Heavy Tar Tans or
Black Leathers, double soles thor-otghly
viscolized, balace tongues, military heels and large
eyelets for rawhide laces.

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Three different styles of highcut shoes at $4.00, $5.00 and $6.00.
WALKOVER SHOECO,.

R. J. HOFFSTETTER, Mgr.

Ill1 S. Main St

ALEXANDER & COMPANY

FOR TRAIT URE
Special Attention given to work
for Amateurs.

All Kinds of Photographic
Work.

HENNING BLOCK, COR. E. HURON & FOURTH AVE.

ME ARE NEVER!? RSP..GOY-AY DRUG STORLJ

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