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March 18, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 119) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY. a. H1ART, SHAFENER & MARX Snits, Rao ats, To 1 p ICoatsand re or or iiipeol' . n LUTZ The Clothier, 217 So. Ma..i n St. MACK & CO'S. TEA ROOM sFORLUCEN Table 1D' Rote and Eu ropean Pan Everything First-Class 2nd Floor ...Money Loaned,,, a + S W J LOURIM. + t4, t.,4 ',4.7 A. in,. k1blnceCl'. attended 0?,'or night. IMa1ckintosh's adl Q 'ar'y's 4®' h ~ot LtinmchY 2 At Tutte. s 338 S. State 6 * eW Brunswick Tables EID t ILL IAR...…

March 18, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 119) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY. ® I I KANDALL P H 0 T 0 G K A P H E R I I. - -I I 1 Q tioto $ 10For Men Wal k=Over. OXFOR~DSx Factory=Store Study with a Good Light There is no better light than THE WEL.SBACH READING LAMP ALL STYLES AT ALL PRICES. ^ t4 The Ann Arbor Gas Company. A. G. Shaldi'n & Bros. EW ROUTE TO KALAMAZOOD ATHLETIC IMPLEMENTS r ALSS BASE BALL BASKET BALL TRAINS EVERY HOUR =4 GOLF BOXING GLOVES To ALBION, MARSHALL, BATTLE CREEK,; STRIKING ...…

February 18, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 95) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily ANN ARBOR, MICH., S TULRDAY, 'EJIRtUARY iN. 1905 No, 95 PLIMINARY TONIGHT. FIRST IN AMERICA. First Contet of Indoor Season at 8n(iraduate Course in Porcelain l'illing; oclock -ilany Close Contests Completed Many Old Anticipated. (irads Back. WEBSTER MEN FEAST. JUDGE LANE ON ATHLETICS Foirty-Sixth Annual Btanquet of LIit=ILaws Professor Discusses the Rela- erars Society ield Lat ion Between Athletics and Evsening.'Scholarship...…

February 18, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 95) • Page Image 2

…I T1 1;= ( T 1ITI CAN DAILY'. s ., a .. jTHF flC Hl GA N DAILY VMz)( JAEWOULD HAVES"? ,7EPk1 t i''t~t 10 110S1000010 tLtheAn Tha we are at17I'. 11,2.the tilt tl *~aagn ThEdeaitorhsooo. J. STANLEY RALEY. 1h * * Binemss Mnager, CLAUDE1 A. THIOMPSON. ~ 1 SuhSaeSreOUR NEW STORE #( l 01) Irltlp 21 * 15. 1011 lola '11.2 V J1 1?0011. 1 STAFF: 1 10 * That otur New ovolens o I 1 1 .101, rveParty 11.Andrew. the Ctt11t).t 1ll tOI. 011%110 J yn 1' : '1.11...…

February 18, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 95) • Page Image 3

…TE EoICIIIGA I lDDT .Y. *o.+4*:;..te"T *V+ 44444.4.44.+ «i + t.+*+I":4 i+49-1.44 I All IOvercodts I °1717 ]Y I A 1I.. SEAH IN("i&: 1ARt $22.00 OVERCOATS r~aow $16.50 . $20.00 OVERCOATS rmows $15.00 $18.00 OVERCOATS nowss $13.50 , p¢4 + + T ' T '4X 4" 4t $16.00 OVERCOATS rxo $12.00 $15.00 OVERCOATS .nw $1125 $12.00 OVERCOATS sto $9.00 LV TZ, Vhe Clothier 217 So. Mairx 4, *1' M- h #T--4'i-- -x-4-4"U-'6 4 M-'il-O- i-i- +IM-N-4 #-4- 4-+P-4-Y-i i t...…

February 18, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 95) • Page Image 4

…'I'l S' .tf,1.I t..I i.OVA N D A ILY. - ai ALL P I0 KAPHa . I ^. 'S..:.mi Fw ,.._ L _ S .l M KI"Kr I M"EN 4 __________ Factory=Store Yf A. ( --,-od Light AT ul 111kWLLSACHREADINGi LAMP Ai. I 1AT 1AIlaloCEo. 1AnnXii \b r(js Cma AS L i l E ii; it.s SASE BALL 'Ll I GYMNASIM F1 o~ A. I0. SPALXI 110 o & PASLPFIFIELY CAS Noooclr-1L1 .1.op! POAITIVEL itian s wi£ t 1 b. 0 ._to IU~TE TOKALAMAZOO TRAINS EVERY HOUR To ALBION, MARSHALL, BATTLE CREEK, KAL ...…

January 18, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 77) • Page Image 1

…The Mnichigan -kDaily ANN ARBOR, MICH., WI DNESDAY , JANT'ARY iS, 1905. NO. 7 7 PRIOF. IYOOGE HONORED FAIR JOURNALISTS A LECTURE TOUR WARNER WILL PRESIDE be American Archaeological Representatjve to Congress at Athens 11111 010)M 1 ", 0, /t l'~ oll 11 tll 11 elk- t1i 1 11il 10 h't il t lIt "ll t r cc , i ( lt tt tthe Jtl t rtit Is in tt o til N 1111 , 1I(V w l t it li t o e e t c p o a aiIl Ci'ee''tttt it - i-al , o kic~c 111C ii .1(1th itie W...…

January 18, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 77) • Page Image 2

…. r THSl MICHIGAN DAILY _-- r~s a. ,ae * ** 1T II E71 CI AN DAILY. SW E WOULD HAV EA!C-Clr . i II atrat0 theiArte TIYOU TO KNOWB : -_-- -- __ __ erllG i~ * Tht w ar nong ltt~ti~S ~ Managing Editor, J. STANLEY BALEY. t OUR NE STORE ness Man ager, CLAUDE A. THOMPSON. 311 South State Street 0 Athleics---------------CLYDE L. DOW N ies ------------ARTHUR C. 1OUND 4 * I ' l 5 .............Joseph Y. Kerr *Womte.........Ida N. Brownrtig EITORIAL STAFF...…

January 18, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 77) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY RtBulhfield's Fine Tai oiin~ Fall Fashions are 1Ripe IJTade Guarantees... ,~ You themoust skillful -ind i-t:.i C st-ice toh: had ansywhie ~Suits - TopCas=Ri Cot eu.te have th's -- fs aNc Ca-tom Shirts From the wholesale tailorisng house of S and can show s-ou aI ac ;e, Is is sid cur-:isline of shirt- ooL. ADLER BROS. 6& Co.4 u s- erfesit itting., Burchfield's Fine Tailoring Trade, 106 LI. Kuron 4: ,, oc°te, N.Y Illustrating ...…

January 18, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 77) • Page Image 4

…fi B Yt;HitAN DAILY j ~ Hungryj *PETER'SL jSWISS MILK CCHOCOLATE V el Nourishin, Sustaining1 L DELICIOUS. l Collegemen find a grateful degree of comfort and service in the Brighton Flat Clasp Garter. Now worn by near ly two milliont men. Sony fier Ash or Pin Taray Given awy with e'y 0.ur chastor o'er at LARLING & MALLEAUX Antlsepic BARBER SHOP=, and BATa ROMS. 2J. R. Tojaoskci, 322 Soutt State St. .................. $ Scotts Academy o Dnn T'I ...…

December 18, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 67) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily o1. XV MCALLISTER IS BASEBALL COACH Anercas (Greatest Utility Player "1as Been Signed by Manager Baird: --will clay e Full Charge of Team. ANN ARBOR, MICH., SUNDAY, DECEMBER 1, 904. DEBATERS ARE, THE SCANSION OF WORKING HARD PROSE RHYTHM The Society Preliminaries to be Held Professor Scott Reads a Patper Before Next Week-Finals for Wisconsin Philological Society-Will be Read Debate After Christmas. at Brown After Vacation. N...…

December 18, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 67) • Page Image 2

…- - -- HS MICHIGAN DAILY """*THE 1I1ICH IGAIN DAILY.' ir aiiiit Nhal;; 1l:1(iil Vc- tII iflatiliol l s rt of 1 W yeI eIyear. t "1 °. asingonsteet tc - leas IIfotball. -s~ That we are doing business at: Managing Editor, J.STANLEY BALEY. dI \lve :t. IC atel ia 1N.ii< *Busness Manager, CLAUDE A. THOMPSON. riliuni iliaalmI OUR NEW STORE :"ti!'itr adedtheIlaali hat 1111lii 311 South State street Athletics ---.---------------i---a-ling lu il. -pil I...…

December 18, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 67) • Page Image 3

…THEl MICHIGAN DAILY _ +,..... .-.. ..-.. .-..-f-. -.-....-"--+ -"- HOLIDAY GIFTS Brushes and Brush Sets, Smuoking Sets Shaving Sets, Chafinig Dishes, Cutlery, Gamnes, Books, Perfumes, Baskets, Chairs Lamps, Dolls, Skates, Sleds, Tools i fact all the new and desirable things that have H "A 't been, Placed on the market this yeatr may he had at1 ../ ..7 20c Candies, 10c 40c Candies, 20e } Fafll Fashions are Ripe Suits- Top Coats = Rain Coats l b...…

December 18, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 67) • Page Image 4

…I THE Ml('.H I/AN DAILY MILK{ CIOCOLAIL j olletieema e fhaid comforatdspiervice inemt a tthe oBrigton FoplatyCadspart er. ow wo inrnbyenea ly twomillin men Cutting, zS 7 ~.~Roye~r &Co. ,l M.41ERIAL GUA1RANT/rE IN EVERY HAT. ChI (ar aid War ofti fat Haare' 'Ut~l~ttailyUaar1rin Youcr deafer I 7/71 replac77.t'cecofCh~arget, 'Ilk/n 17 ii 7 11t1 Satifactory'. SOLE AGENTS. Leading Clothiers, Hatters and Fur- nishers. 109-111 East Washington St. *+ C...…

November 18, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 46) • Page Image 1

…T e MichiganDaily VO.X. ANN ARBOR, MICH., FRIDAY, NOVEMOBER ls, 1904. No. 46 WLLIAMJ f"AR IuN 1SION Fctb l cord of Mchigao's Great Halfback-subeltted to Walter Cal1P by Mchign Aunos. Olh,., 0 1101t r t11 o \' l lll l 11 er tllrrc ou l f l fI mII rc c1,0filk m .la i Clam,, 1 ,1 1< tn1tI l ''0 j lrl cs al tap , lll 1,1 1 I l m at,, l n ',I a c r t c o 11 oI I N + o t c i h u 111nt,1 ., 11110t0e1, t1tlp cl c~ l n ' 1u 111,1 l Nirli; l NiI 101 o~a...…

November 18, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 46) • Page Image 2

…V) x a c a c,= 0 I, 3 CO) -- :. M __ Lc 0+d 0 R / :. z r V mT 0 0 CD " r _ O I t~ S ®i3 "'&a ? I1a b rse -- :,.a'N easa r r F 40 I CD) m z M r A w _ p .; D 0 ''" D _. VV D o 'l c _ 0 z .- f -' a : - cs . . x .1 n .- 'l, JJ .r 77 7 c G _ l: 'I _ Jr - 7. _ :t , 'l. J f ,f' J: l ,; r , J :f r J f ... .,.... ^ J x . .. I i 1 1 r Q J= x o r+; <t 1. :7- ".r f J J r J J to ~ r a-. J . f rT f -- .r f V r. ,_. f iS3 {w n °' ! _ 1 + J- 1 . v .: ... r r ...…

November 18, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 46) • Page Image 3

…T5HE MICHIGAN DAILY Htoag's Home Supply Store Corner Main and Washington Streets Nehs, Padilocs'L, Waste Ba-skets, Brushes, Card Racks, Purses anzd Pocketbiooks, Knives, Scissors, Tacks, Pictures, Ash Trays, Paper WVeights, Smoking Sets, Soaps, Towels, Strops and pipeRack a opdular price. This is the lplace, of .4t E. G. HOAG. t o " c at o r t tt rt ' c sc+ > rt' .tt$tt at + stX'FC{ar^ t+ t <. , , r: " - <« R 3ut clifi el d's Fine Ta il oiing ...…

November 18, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 46) • Page Image 4

…01MICR 3 (ASN DAil y _ ' iio iisi a!,,1 d il l ~ TeI liati *4a.******4l*****G*4aa..n 1 Cutingthirs is' J~ilHatters and Fur- , _ . t'hat ar?' 7u.rYc aiej nshers. # rep at Chiar ;e, A faiht'stlCrit. 09 I 1s) ilst WzxtlintossuSt. Z I\T5 CHLttiZ I) ito itpketo IF 0O1HER COL LEGES :t It clacix t i Lt iti' t':ilit~rctDANCING. *1t 'li~l li: i , "lieup of1' nearyt i'. for the r orcos iep Coriifi'- trill ti' 1 ml1NI l c'S t e i l t i iiit li t ) 1o t. ...…

October 18, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 19) • Page Image 1

…Thlicia Daily VOt. XV. ANN ARBOR, MICH., TUE'SDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1904. No. 19 NO INJURIES CIICA6O CO""frONS OCTOBEZR ALUMU1NS WILL LOAN FUJNDS 'Varsity Came Through Saturday's Scholarship Now Held By MissI Full of Interesting News Maer-j Needy Students May. Get Financial Game in Finn Shape-Change Annie Huber-Prof. A dams Two Readable Articles By Alumni Aid From Sholarship Fund in Line-Up-Secret Prac- on Aims of the -Prof. Lloyd's Report on Start...…

October 18, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 19) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY .. eoowooooooo THF flC A Nr . . DAILY. S 111E WOULD HAVE HIiatrfl,5 < II t r .4 fi hnr o v 7YOU TO KNOW ;* I'iill~tiio t '+{ ii .r }t ic r~ l< 4That we are doing businiess at S'Aanaging fEditori, 1. SANLEXY BALEY. __________ *Busiess tMaa s, CLAUDEL A. THOMPSON.t OUR NEW STORE ? tiii'. , 31 South State Street 41,Nw --- .. Art~tC om A$.'tit ' i}t s t1 ii I. Aediioo ttillc.A.(, t.. .1. si. syar That Our New \Voolents for I Ia ...…

October 18, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 19) • Page Image 3

…THIS MICHIGAN DAILY i"Te aparel off j i'cloirrs fthe mss.''-SIekespear. +A MACK & CO.'S Banneirs andu PennantsL We have HART, SCIOAIFNRR & MARx and many other famous + fmakes of Suits, Overcoats, Rain Coats and Peg Top Trousers U. of M. and all Fraternity Colors--also Pennants and Banners of all fl Other Colleges. ±Ask to see the "Surtout." It's the swellest thing that ever +appeared in an overcoat. Leek for !SP[CIAL PRICES 1TH1S WEEK the i. ....…

October 18, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 19) • Page Image 4

…For-i y ' . AiNY STYLE, ANY LAIST, ANY LEATHER, BUTTON or LACE FC± .-' 0R WOMEN. ASK TO SEE OUR NEW OXFORDS ' r BLACK P 'A'TS IN NEW WING TIPS AND SPUD LAST c. u, Walk - Over Sj ho~ Co,j 111 South Main Street RGSEE GODERRUBERS- [IN[ R[PAIRING # Study with a G o od Light THE WE ; The At lber is no bettr light than :LSF3ACH READ)ING LAMP ALL SITLIESA AlI.l. PICESL. nn Arbor Gas Company. aPHOT 0 G f A PH E K Spaulding's Official Intercolesiate Am...…

May 18, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 163) • Page Image 1

…i~Daily VOL. XIV. YEAR1B00K A SUCCSS First Shipment Sold Out in Tw Hours Time. Praise for Board, Printers and Engravers. An- other Shipment Expected Today. T.ho fis shipmenof sthe u irbigan osis asierepacrdi o salei ysta 1morni1ng.and1(1he s 51dls lia thei first oporunity ofijudinig otheli meisof theiinow''Vrit y Yeari BoikI IrS iia lndtie seiireshsipmt ofti0 200 bookiils wisssold sitin as11511 and~ a hal. Mtsnagrs Jieiiey ati arge sle soil a...…

May 18, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 163) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY IG.H. Wild Comlpally L eading Merchant Tailors For Sis Top Coats and ITrousers. Full dress suits a especialty. Let us show you IKiloweus, Blarneys, H i Ilands, Edinburghs, Druin- toclity's, Mc~ngors, London and St. Andrew Flanntels, London Cassiuteres or Amr- icau Serges. Please call ad see THE~ MICHIGAN DAILY exmleo Michigan ight to the fina- is sii sone coulti ask for. Enee ats second -claso ia at the Asi The first half ...…

May 18, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 163) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY tKE A [OmOI( THIE GUYER $3 HaTS DRESS SUIT CASES ae At the Straight Front and Douhle du".+!'PilE LTOWl'tC'iil), MEDIIUMI AND FINEST MADE Breasted Varsity--Hart, Schaff= , 'The News' toe-2175 ian~St. +'< HNBGLASO TECPS ner & Marx Make. 'i[hey ale tes HNDAGGLDSONS#TLECOE of the snaiiest styles pited TUK iALSed NDSYE + this season, and many o tie' bestaTUKSI L IESADSYE " dre ssers like the doisle iseesiSed ALL MODERATELY PRItE...…

May 18, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 163) • Page Image 4

…H -T±MICHIGAN DAILY TXEPR4IY R rbae to y)ouresuore and( Drpu acrl to32S anSt\ dh e t,,lI for yoaront. A FIT GUARANTEED , AT GOOKIIOUSEBIL1AP HALb Fbd .-Unde Fl Usrew Illnag'inel 111I P ISl N -wHilliaird Oufit. to UU.II U;Cils gaivn god or ayawhre i ir h house. ,ord WIM oK Fre nc./ CLOTHIERS, .~ CLA H . atters and Furnishers. 11Forest Avene !Mat 1guxe Linen ladCUFF 109 ad 111 E. Washnoton Street ( Poulry,G(ame and rlisS in Seao A1jE THE BaES T ...…

March 18, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 120) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily VOL. XIV. ANN ARBOR, MICH., FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 1904. No.. 120 D. U. S. ENTRIES HERE For their Dual Meet With the Class of k1907 Tomorrow Night-Hot Competition Promised-Order of Events-Final Relay Race. With Varsity men training for the Cornell meet, the Freshmen for the D. U. S.- meet and the relay teams for their final race, the gymnasium is a busy place these days. The entries of the Detroit Universi- ty School have bee...…

March 18, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 120) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Reduction Sale As we have too large a stock of fancy TROUS[RINGS on hand we will Isell Z them at redned prices to make room for or Spring and Sumnmer Woolens. Be sre and call in efore yon place yor orderi 4 4 .A G. H>WILD & C., 108 E. WASIINOTON STRET. The Great 6GameI Exciting Fun for Everyone Pocket War M'as for the IFarlEast, 15c. SHEEHAN & CO.,_ University Booksellers, Sta- tioners and E~ngravers. 320 South State Street...…

March 18, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 120) • Page Image 3

…° T1IA MICHIIGAN DAILY JU TI Anwlo fth aou .S. & 1M. Black Suits, FALLESFITN in JJT N iVicunas, hbes Ceiosand Worsteds, made Dor'othy D oao's fAJS[[H[OElS in single or double breasted. Varsity and Regular Sack Stylees 30 O LD[ 30 $1,$8 2 TZ a The only shoe in the world designed by a We have all sizes in stock now and can fit you The Clothier women--- for women. nicely. Call and inspect thenm. ~o + + +. +S +' + ~ @ O O @ @ O O * ~ * / 217 Soutb...…

March 18, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 120) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~ Notice to the Public: Dwight . Watkins, Drop s a card to323 S. Mains St. V and have us call for your work , y We, the undersigned, will continue the Clothing ________ __/. and Furnishing Goods usiness known as the Cut~F~ ting, Reyer & Co., at iog- iii R. Washington St, A. [[E1BLE9j, Anu Arbor. Mr. Truman Wadhams, who has etered upou his fourteenth year in conection Forest Avellie Meat Market with the store, will have charg...…

February 18, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 95) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily VOL~. XIV. PITTSBUJRGHICONCERT. ANN ARBOR, MICH., TlHURSDAY, FE1BRUARY :lt,, 904. No. U "1AV HAVE MEETf. I ARCrIII1[CIIRAL [RANCE. '106 LAW BANQUET. Victor Herbert's Orchestra Made a Hit in Choral Union Series- "Parsifal" Selection the Fav- orite With the Large Aud- ience. Girls' Mast Meetint in Barbour Gym- nasium--In Favor of a Contest- improvements Over Last Y'ear's Affair Discussed. 't'tiesdaoy os-i 'inse i otl5:30...…

February 18, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 95) • Page Image 2

…THM ICHI1GlAN DAILY. TH-E3 MICHIGAN DAILY htilesaInratHllh( 11. ltlle~t.I ll adlopted the tommetIndabtle practice t odU II01 Entda s5ocl1ss mtI'. ;,::heAnn:2 aigthe$ardons a che-t Rore on the part of those who are sil- I MSANAG(ING EDITOR: loizg nearbly tandtperhaps went to the S . LAO(Y '1'IIOMAStIN concert lt hear the msioc. This in- *BUSINESS MANAGER: battation wilit at least shots us thec As we }lae too lage <t 1)500:11 (. IISTON\ i force ...…

February 18, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 95) • Page Image 3

…THlE AICIHIGAE DiAILY. The PMop ra Fals oute ANN ARBOR to CHICAGO BUFFALO NEW YORK AND BOSTON I tl) i i'maCl lccc Mom iyA JV 214 Mtain St. DEAN t34. Co.l New I BrIllbw k ITables- AT REILVS IBILLIARDI) PRLORS, Fine Cigars and rabacocc JAS. W. REID, Prop. 312 ; tate St., S. Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes' Fine Loerches in Coooolo x IV NOUN& AI X 1i $ I ___ ;: i, 22 8 L2 L,50p C.err DSOU T 1 """'7 I ALFRED BENJAMIN &Col 'TAIL[ORS L. A. NOTIC...…

February 18, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 95) • Page Image 4

…THEMIC'HIGAN DAILY. FPuritan Shoes r aili Complete Line of Dress Boots. rAnn Arbor Store, I I I S. fMatin. Factory---Brox~koo, Mrass.t I f e I =SWIM -- Qlroivn in 'turkey. Perfected in Lgypt. Enjoyed in America. "MOGUIL SMOKE. MAKELS GYPTIAN SMOKERS MONEY LOANED ON Watelies,1Diansonde. -leweiryand all High + Class Chattel and Collateral Security. * KUIES TRCLYCNFDN I * Arkansas, Texas, Mexico Sand California... Are best reachedl via 4...…

December 18, 1903 (vol. 14, iss. 67) • Page Image 1

…The ichigan Dail VoL. XIV. ANN ARBOR, MICH., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 81, 1903. No. 67 CONCERT POSTPONED. "RS. ANGELL DEAD. On Account of Sad Death of Mrs. An- gell-Musical Clubs Concert at Death Came Yesterday Morning-Her Ypsilanti Cancelled-Remain- Life-Her Work in the Univer- der of Itinry Unchanged. sity. Owing to the sad death of Mrs An- Although Mrs. Angell has been ill gell, the concert at Ypsilanti last for several days the news of her dea...…

December 18, 1903 (vol. 14, iss. 67) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY. T HE MICHIGAN DAILY Fall Entered as second-class matter at the Ann Arbor Post Office. Published daily (Mondayexcepted)during the college year, at 117 E. Washington street, ( baseent loorside entrance) Phone 892-3r A nno oI I MANAGING EDITOR : S. EMORY THOMASON I The Senior Class of the Yale School IFIlY CENT8 [ACH of Forestry left for lumber camps las wee. _heme wll _so__gone , ti___i__- The Largest and Most Complete L...…

December 18, 1903 (vol. 14, iss. 67) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY. A A l All $9-5 and $24 Overc yats new - - $20 0 O IA IT a SPf~I ale, All 8205and $.2 Ovrcoatsow .- $18 H LD YGF OyT coatJ4LVLU All $18Ovrcoeats now - - - $15 , '11$5sOtercoats now -- 12 [OR "EiN FOR LADIES 5 This sais includes tile femrous H. New Neckwear Fine Silk Umbrellas S. & i11. 52 and 54 inchl long coats. HandFurhefsas andecarefs Black and Oxford. Plain or the Handmres LaceBoasladecrfs U T Dress and Street Gloves Toi...…

December 18, 1903 (vol. 14, iss. 67) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY. + ++++-+4..!..4n.4O 4H"* "4uO244.44 l.4-91 wI+64 Ciuettr Peabody & Co.'s Arrow and Crown Brand 15Sc Collars for 10 CENTS ---AT CUTTING, REYER & CO. F b b F _. 4 4 F ',a . a R F .l F F " F THE. ANN ARBOR RAILROAD AND STEAMSHIP LINES. Trains leave Ann Arbor by Central Standard Time Effective October 26,10. 1 SOUTH NORTH No. 6- 7:20 A. X. I No. 1- 9:00 A. MS. No. 2 -,1:33 d. IM. No. 5--1::30 r. m. No. 4-- 8:15 e. sM. I No....…

November 18, 1903 (vol. 14, iss. 46) • Page Image 1

…T he ihianD0 N i VOL.. XIV. ANN ARBOR, MICH.,, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1903. No. 46 OBERLIN COME[S N[XT. IR[SIV1AN [NGLISH1 WORK, FOR THEF C IlCAUMOGAMEI. ' DEPAkRTIfrWNJDBAE. ConregtioalitsWil Ply MchianPresent Evils of the Course-Faculty; Michigan Management Has Completed Lame and Lits Will Comete Friday ConregtioalitsWil Ply Mchian Contemplate Changes, Allowing Arrangements With the Maroons ror Plae On the University Team Next Saturday-Hope...…

November 18, 1903 (vol. 14, iss. 46) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY. TrHE MIC21-IIGAN DAILY the two leadig 'Western Univrsitie Fall 1n journalism can scarcely be consid- Enteed s nc clss n~aiellxs'.eAss erd as other than beneficial. a ll u c m e t rt e,, tte dgnla yad GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES. itatnl iinsn o Unmlltn an A movement is on foot to obtain I11UtHNAI1U11 O5(iNEhiIO: enughl money from Yae, Harvard, ISusNess MANAGIST ith(colleg clb at Manila, Philip- Ils~o I. II TUN The Largest sod Mo...…

November 18, 1903 (vol. 14, iss. 46) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY. L~ook for tbe H.oS. C NI. Label SjCiaI Offeringsin +.t security bond ever issued. We[ + have Ilari. Schaffner & Marx o $.0At sFnyBahNbs iiada 39 * Suits and Overcoats $1,50 Adler',s Street rndaL Dress lnes, - $1.00 'FOMs 3 $4.50 JIen-s Finest .Liamb TIool, Swetteis , - $3.00 * $I2.00 to $25.00 T"he Clothier, a Bx t(3 Eitee Linen Uamrrbric ]landlrerelsiefs', fJr 5C In edlesosvariety Neiwcst Sty les iii Neck Tics and Collars ...…

November 18, 1903 (vol. 14, iss. 46) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY. OUR fAIL RINGAND STEAMSHIP LINES. OUR A 01, T'rains Oleave A nn Arbor by Central Standard . hEDAD ;;. 1 ~Time . /iItiI 1V1L~'NEfete October 26. 1902. T. E AR M N6T.ft4SOUTI NOILRH t o. b 7:0 . M. NO. 1- 9:00A. M. No.tt 2 11 33 A. M. No. 5-12:30 nP. M. is gaioing ino poputlarity, Comie and( see 515 be- T.INto. 4 8:25 r. tM. No. 3- 4:53 P. M. fore baeotg yor orer. Trains Not. 5 antd 0 run between Ann Arbor .2. andtlToletdoot...…

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…'' . ""~e 1,chigan ally VOL.. XIV. ANN ARBOR, MICI., SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1903. No. 18 IIOObURS DF[AT[D .**********************************j PRO. GR[[NE[DEAD. Game With Indiana Results in a Score " R[SUL[TS OF Y[ST[RDAY'S 6AME1S. "Da fteEgneigDprmn of hi to 0-Good Progress Shown ** -One of the Oldest Memers of by Yost's Men. *.e.feeeeeeeeeeeeeee, eeee,*.*,**** the Faculty. lendier fairy tavorabe wealher rote 4+81 (higati........... 51 Ind~iana...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY. Fall Alllounlcemfelt,, TPhe Largest and Most Complete Line of : WOOLENS in Ann Arbor wl eifoin' otd at .I. Wild & C o's. 118 ast Wahin gton t( eat [ans hav euii tale i the' setietiots of all sitings. troserintgs &oeea' i,s t for this season. G. H. WILD CO, 108 E. Wash. St. ISHEEHAN'S tliI I s o t jUniiversity SText-Books Agents fotr " Keuffel & Esser's Drawing In- strments " Waterman's Ideal Fontain Pens " -- -'ry Ou f I j...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY. f¢ 'l ic.' i -t r'. . os y l Nve l os o 1. J'1- o 1 1( fi h ilos °j. 'U ;" J >"'' NECKWEAR, UNDERWEARv 01 0< 100 BATH ROBES, SWEATERSi icestu~c-DECORATIONS FOR ROOMS, New Line ofz R'+ AIN COATS The Clothier, IN ELEGANT 81 TIAlN J, 01V AT y; ....tI r°t ra+ ti°ti ra°ts°ts°i s°ai° °f t°r+rs° t°t+°i-'°a +rt°r+taf°a s°a dr o°r i°r ry '°rs rs°a++a°+rs°t+°ar°s+ita°tr°rs°a °r3°+"s°aa°as°<s°rs°i+°r++sr°t+rra°rs°t °r + . + + r + + +...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY. OUR TAILORING. is gaining in popularity, Come and see uis be- . fore placing your ordler.'+ PRICES FROM $15.00 TO $40.00. Best kind of workmnship guaranteed. 4 4G. J. BUSSr. Cutifrvii Reyer ft Co., At the sign of the paternal surname there cornea a check. _ At the sign of the fatherly Turk there comes a MOGUL Cigarette. Ender, e the check and get' money. Endorse MOGULS and- get your moeysa worth. Tenteor 1Sc. 4r Plin and ...…

March 18, 1903 (vol. 2, iss. 124) • Page Image 1

…THE 1.01: N. DAILY. tilL' X IIT. ANN ARBIOR, MICH., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1S, 1903 NO. 124 A STUDENT ROMANCE Young Hoosier Couple Wed-In Spite of Obstacles-They Co to California There is a very pretty romance Conniected with the Taylor-Strom nup tials, noticed in yesterday's Daily. It seems that the young isady in the case, Miss Edna Laverne Taylor, was sent htere under protest just after the hli- days by her parents in order to sepr- Ae44 r fromn ...…

March 18, 1903 (vol. 2, iss. 124) • Page Image 2

…THE UNIVERSITY OF MICIGAN DAILY. Sp i gTHE U. OF M. DAILY MICIGAN NOTES. 'FI'le (nil ni 1110t i cii' E ttr( (ssr- 0 ~11. ccii i' Alm iii'i i* :i . it li..' l t' ii- i i i. cole' a iii ii ,b ii-they a FiIi;i t le In r tili f ili MANAGING EDITiOR, i i cc Itltll ii>I iii tiC' 411:1cciii ci()fi Thii cig'i'ci13ciiiii tciEARLE I. RiIUS'TOiN i W)c:tlii 0c. liii' ~in W ("l~~ coiiiiplei ~iii f iiBlUSINESS ciANAUFR, ,ove r. ' 11'1ii os(I i ' ii iiair: o...…

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…'THE TNV tIIYOF Mt'tICIIIANDILYit. Ill t y i RACKET BRAN . vi :Z h; - (,AlrS s ~ r~,C~ixc ix t Lioxrt zoo. caL Il~gerg Co THEKOHY T . H ttK 7' Q ; }sxd? ~F'{ i xi o t)1 t? ' I91 VAi ijj --D-- iNL--YN---ELE-- __ __ ~-... ,. . . 7 ne:. ypainted pictur t lks l d I <; ., othe bi-,n.;r is Ltha t 4 O, iaot i~ BURCHFIELD'S FINE roll of tobacco mouch Beto ud I K S b, the colleg~m stud entOuii. N f',lr re thsSU )1 Often takeoott his room, wnhere -ii li...…

March 18, 1903 (vol. 2, iss. 124) • Page Image 4

…THLE UNVERIT Y 01 MICIIEiN DAILY. WE KNOW 'a il lmnlc 'ttl wt , tincoaarc i 1 1 tit 1 te()e tk til }irtr WHA'r ~IIS MOR5E vl 1kno sai)r Ituls1} tulia iln iiai o I ~r ;sin 1 isi' t~u:tteo a l 1iu ie. Ii ot I tlsnc 1r1 W~E.IKNOW ]f illawill 5 <-, iv( t v urat.nionffr ilii in to int wencall CLEA.RL.Y Il Ii 5iiii I I retceI u tuf)- ad a tti I iiu s 15 1 d-t -t"e ii l i . ei ncitt Cutti~ng, Reyer &Co. GG. .UJ.BUS, 11r. 109-111 EAST WASHINGTON ST. U...…

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