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October 25, 1900 (vol. 11, iss. 28) • Page Image 1

…Shew VOL. XI. ANN ARBOR, MTiC., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1900. No. 28. ARRANGEMENTS FOR Higher Commercial Education. LEAVE FOR CHICAGO TONIGHT Announicemient THE ILLINOIS GAME., ilixf11,ic. kdau-s, the ehaiinan ihia' WrirsOfoodfBtl Our special line Wrenn and Hoagland Will Officiat- of lie eiw coursie'e ill higher eoiiiie With the Illinois-Every Eye in offrinad Both Teams Strong oii Defense I;Ii eiie itioui 0a11d5)ltlie ixiltitid- the West ivetd o...…

October 25, 1900 (vol. 11, iss. 28) • Page Image 2

…THE UNIVERSITY OF. MICHIGANi DAILY. U ~; ~iiNot Yet Time For Arbitration. TEIN-BLOCK CLOTHING - This week the N. Y. Hteraid sent Published Daily (Monday s excepted) during the out 'teleg rants;to a numbher of ueiver- OHN O E R NAE College year, at siy and college presidents, coking Ol 1~hBlR K NAE THE UNIVERSITY Of MICHIGAN their views onlarbitration in China. Presidenst Angell anlswered: This make of clothing is con- ArundgMa 0 Ste B S Stt 0r...…

October 25, 1900 (vol. 11, iss. 28) • Page Image 3

…THDE UNIVERSITY[OF MICHIGAN DAILY. 3 AA**'-E*ILfW ** * :~~l~fie IF** E -* e 9** EFEOPt**I *;..F16*rI fEf~fFt'fE EEI OF~~ STAILORIN( FIT---Perfect. STYLES---Cal QUAL 6ptivating. JITY---Enduring. SELECTED and mal under rigid st -_ _ - _ TP* 4' od4' upervisio' 4' G OODPEE4' Tailrs fr Yong Mn.' 110 WSHINGON4E MICHIGAN CENTRAL The Most Renowned Ladies Shoes AamOok I ',The Niagara Falls Route.' CENTRAL STANDARD TIME. The Glove Fitting, For Th...…

October 25, 1900 (vol. 11, iss. 28) • Page Image 4

…4 THE U141VERSITY OI 'MICHIGAN DAILY ,. TH{J4YR YOFMCIA AL FULL LINE GYMNASIUM, FOOTBALL, GOLF GOODS Can be found at Our Store Sheehan & Co. 320 S. STATE STREET. You can get a HOT LUNCH AT TUTTLE'S BARGAINS x;50Orient $34- 's10 'terling 29 Burchf ield's Fine Tailoring Trade..,. Our sartorial skill is equal to the best in the state of Michigan, EXCEPTING NONE. ARTIST'IALLYTr".°NEC-HNICALLT We will be glad to proveit to you, Truly Yours, S. ...…

October 25, 1901 (vol. 1, iss. 28) • Page Image 1

…FIRST YEAR. SECRET PRACTICE AGAIN 'Varsity Will Ta ke a Dayvs lietir~rnent Before Meeting Blhsls-Heddner, Redden and Heston Scsred Yesterdy \ No. 28C ANN AR1BOR, MII., FRIDAY. OCTOBER 25, 1901. 1904 victorious TENDENCIES OF THE TIMES Girls Are Independant. ini t:Ili ktouil zl ain ' t I a y; 5 _______ht.i ni 515 it} l i' tItSi'l #tir -which sas' ii'it ss h i a i ss ' t f64. '14 Fang, Will Addiss the Students tIP'i 'hal 'ass 4 ysaie' svisssls'i....…

October 25, 1901 (vol. 1, iss. 28) • Page Image 2

…TilE MICHJ( AN DAILY-NEWS WILD 60.1 LEADING MERCHANT 1fIL0R i OUR FALL LINE ' is the best wve have ever shoe, n, containing ALL THE Black and Blue Styles, and a very fine line of Fancy Suitings and Trouseri ng~s in the latest patterns and color ings. [rhelargeestassornment in the state. WILD0. 10o E.Washington St Tutti Frutti One of our famous Fountain beverages, served in origin- al style at QUARRY'S CAMPUS DRUG STORE, R. E. JO LLY'S Lunches ...…

October 25, 1901 (vol. 1, iss. 28) • Page Image 3

…'THE -MICHIGAN DAILY-NEWS 4 . . + + , Thle Most GonvioGinU 1111n1 that we could do that would tend to induce you to buy STEIN-BLOCH CLOTHES+ would be to introduce you to a man who hat worn them. + We cannot command the language with which to tell you how g~ood these clothes are. The nmakers attach thscir label he- neath the coat collar of their coats, and they are so proud of +~ their reputation, that not the slightest defect either of style, ...…

October 25, 1901 (vol. 1, iss. 28) • Page Image 4

…T IlEMICIGAN DAILY-NF:WS 4 AAA AAAA-A ;A A,-Allilillllliillljlllill", WACJNER & CO. cdly pva Nitia"toz""lc~o TAILORS poahig tao. It you tarercoasdering aany- 10z3 South Main Street h infrre;tt rrlet ustaalk itovrwt lu A 01 %OVOOAO*A - - Vvvj~ - A - A - A - A - A - A - - - - N11LLER'S ABRI _t7i XE1NT -BETTER THF:\N EVER COMPILED LAWSI The SCHIFEDE MIC IGA ai II hiTEMPORAY ' haof t i atet Iirtn IX N r(I)A1I 1) tti I Patper Sttdittas ONE VOLU. .M...…

October 25, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 29) • Page Image 2

…THlE AICHIG ; N DXLYNEWS curt 7 M Leid i iy i~rchaiy' it '[ ( Taiior. \ 1 k,. f .A Al r have j ust receiv- ed a new line of Woolens for fall and winter. The largest assort- ment in The city AN N \<O lc 'Our (onsu fl( PaI(ksUs' "Why''" "Why" w' e 1 v i 'll 1 I ji!. AA I SHEEH IANIll& sCOU1 320 S. Stdtc street. lOAN AINN 11)1 00, E I)TOIAA, CtnAL Al A 11: tthi 1 icc :m j t '1 New subscribers S2,5o) in1advatice t4:3,1." 11} ; ' ./.lll ~ ~ f'\ . I...…

October 25, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 29) • Page Image 3

…THE 1M ICHIGANDAILY--NEWS If you want to know This is worthy YOUR ATTENTrION what smartly dressed ° men will wear this sea- I't ol ,le LbrtavCmui sonaskto ee BACTERIOLOGY, BIOLOGY, wxtmrStein= HISTOLOGY or PATHOLOGY d Sniart Clot hes lsruunt& uple Li~nthntI& pflEB3ERBAC7 &SON, A NUACTUt J E .. t i Dr'anc n OLOFU ()[I .3L ILC :3L. PALACE AND PARISIAN ' S mss. K b° v 106-1 t " o I w do" y S yt; <l~n IIxIIx, ti' I Io il ~f,« Wi.lxx _xx i I ,,i r ...…

October 25, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 29) • Page Image 4

…L. 'a THE MICHIGAN DAILY--NEWS l PUMI Uff ND OMEN L oTHfI NG0BETE AT AINY PRICE. If you are particular and hard to fit come to1u IRubber Goods, "Gym Shoes," 11S I T ET Fine Shoe Repairing.I'AINS .'T E flair Brash j ItENTS ('IIIIElIZ. At I- l z IIIAIMTn Car n il liiiand Iutn-esSn lia di MtICHIGIAN NOTES. n-Ali:NTLr, n-RS e l ri Itol s ]: i FO inePictujres. arid Artistic Picture Framinig (60 TO DeEIES You will he surprised at the low prices on r...…

October 25, 1903 (vol. 14, iss. 24) • Page Image 1

… fie 114. Y Iiigan wily Vol,. XIV. DRAK[ WAS NO [ASY. Michigani Scored 47 Points Against a Plucky Defense-Iowans Proved Stronger Than Was Expected -Visitors Had Two Chances to Score. Beforethe lagest cowdiwich hac gicxd eniFeriii i ldtis alli and Ii ivd bIalmst ierfet iwethercon ditions, the M~i'ichigioiball teamiiii l i xri in ltheihardieitii'ii' ii c on-lx ilvrin, xxanxdi lix'prolxxxix'sxofxxia fast. r ii',[ii'ile en ire flfx x illed. 'Tb D...…

October 25, 1903 (vol. 14, iss. 24) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY. THE MICHIGAN DAILY GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES. p~ffffffff~ff Fall I paigaot h ~ktalf Your Etire Needs in ranre t c 1101 otr tul sm at. hurpstrcixolh oeet hm a , ldaatal hi StIITl t he n n fi eeis IA. loatzostead fa1 f* al Iii RUSINF55 MANA ~ as foltowe: a u pose Con(hicago woos *4 Flnu Lar eta nMAostU i=DIO: to gtwor thairlwaythra ough clegsit n ve s t . 1o olt T10M SO laso at. i oible tll i steadotry ye lf 1, aitlug Itstruni e...…

October 25, 1903 (vol. 14, iss. 24) • Page Image 3

…THE MIGCHt } ~~~~You litii yllull fellos w1ho artlodll ; o od { va sit clo11e aswellas f ;oci usce -you e jst=the fellows Varsity You'l 155( kidyucohsmdy 11art Sehasiier & '"lx ~ Clohe c fohs no ne l-os11:1 sal IT l Y New [ine of ,. RAIN COATS The Clothier GAN DAILY. 0 All I dd C . All a $3.00vDorothyvDod Soes$30 S Styles IIFUStyles 3 FOR LADIIES.! 3 Til5 only shoe that ios eaul lsaa ped to tWh ones, multseles S and ligaments ot the foot as t...…

October 25, 1903 (vol. 14, iss. 24) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY. * OUTR TAILORING DEPARTMENT,+,. 4. is gaining iii popularityv Com nd( see uts lie- fore placing your order.'4 SPRICES FROM $1~5,00 TO $40.00.# Best kind1 of worknishiip gusaanteed. 4-Manager. Cxf~n, R~eyer 8hCo., r.4 4.911 as n o St.E t. * <The next painted picture en the banner is that of the - MOGUL Cigarette, a little roll of tohacco much beloved hy the collegium studentum. Often taken to his roorn, where - smoketh he ...…

October 25, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 25) • Page Image 1

…1?e Michigan Daily Voi,. xv. ANN ARBOR, MICH., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 25, 190)4 No. '25 FINA[ PREPARATION I BANQUT TICKETS MAY COfrI1NE EFFORTS SENIOR COfMflTt* 'Varity Working Hard for Satur- Are Again on Sale-Demand So Great Michigan Union and Alumni Asso- President Armstrong Announoed His day's Game-Yost Discouraged I That Arrangements Are Made clation Plan One Structure for Appointments Yesterday --Cole Impressed By Wis- to Accommodate 1,000 Clu...…

October 25, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 25) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY .. + .......o THE 1'1 C H i-AN DAILY.Q I W WOULD H&AVEE iarda >>c ~~ i atter at the Arm YOU TO KN4OW7 Isi 1ii _It sclaitS E1 F1 C CU'111R That we are doing business at : lMangineg Editor. 3. STANLEY BALEY. iBusiness Manger, CLAUDE A. THOMPSON. OUR NEW STORE AtbIt1: l TORS .De 3t11South State Street I*('As,_ _--_.__ i-cr_ itic.i Rti ____________________ *AStfSA TES : 1 . 1.lG ier. Ilaos vI]. Anrw 1 estzee A. tO:sborn ..Y ie T...…

October 25, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 25) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Do You Knowr the Game? The good clothes game is a very easy one to learn, and every moan can excel ini it-if he plays it right. Drop into our store.± We'll tell you all about it-put you next, as it were; get you on the inside-of a Hart, Schaffner & Marx Suit. That's all there is to it, except the label-small thing to look for, big thing to find. LUTZ, the Clothier, 217 So. Main St. MACK ATC.'D-annersadPnud U, . of M. and all...…

October 25, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 25) • Page Image 4

…THE Ml IllIGAN DAILY $3 .5 - [o r and Women --- $4} Formerly sold in Ann Arbor under Puritan labelf For the rainy season qet into a pair of our Waler-Proof Shoes--heavy lar tan- t 1' uuhit 'c s, , 3alacc longues, rawhide middle sole,+ thoroughly viscolized. WALK- pI1O[COAr1P A I, HE[AVY WINTEIR OXFORDS. I I I South M1ain Street. GOODYEiAR RUJBBEIRS Study withnaGood Light There is no ber light than THE WEL.SBACH READING LAMP ALL STYLES ATALL PR...…

October 25, 1905 (vol. 16, iss. 26) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily No. 26. Vol,. XVI. PROSPECT OF AGREE- MENT IS SLIGHT, Little Likelihood of Union and Memorial Committee Com- ing to Terms--More Faculty Opinions. it an ostce n thta s- ice. W ie lu ots uld slut ()f ally rat>i ni e Nvollld it ccll ALBION COLLEGE IN LAST MID-WEEK GAME MhI odist School Conies Today to Oppose Varsity Albion Strong Among State Colleges. Tllc la st lidwselgste )ftl 1w arn 11 ts All i m tcois-s. 's. in. Uit...…

October 25, 1905 (vol. 16, iss. 26) • Page Image 2

…TIDE MICHIGAN DAILY G.H. Wild Co. M VECHAN~T TAILORS * ' The lrgest stock in th ityof exlusive- styles in Wooelens for iGentlemen wear. Ofi high- lass fabris and 6 5 siecial style 'for sui- denti.i yhi 0aC. H. Wild Co. 0 G,9 hi 0i 311 S. ytate t. 0i F? EARN THE M1ICHIGAN SONG1S in that when the crowd it the sine stats "The Yellow and Bl1r you can sing it through correcty inted of singing the Ii fr ine oa so and guesing at the reit. Gt acopyof...…

October 25, 1905 (vol. 16, iss. 26) • Page Image 3

…[or Art and Skill in Tailoring Call 01% SAM BURCHFIELD & CO. The Recognized First Tailoring Trade of the City 106 EAST HURON STREET TFill' TCiIIGAN DAILY MON[Y LOANUD W. J. LOVRIM Busness Strictly Confidential MEN'S AND LADIES' Neckwear and Furnishings All the Newest Novelties in Fullest Representation may be Seen Here Now MACK (Q CO. . S PAL DING' AHLETIC LIBRARY No. li2 HOW TO SPRINT By ARTHUR J. DUFFEY Pe'iia. 10 ~e-to The best boat ont...…

October 25, 1905 (vol. 16, iss. 26) • Page Image 4

…s3I C IoJ I it 1to U T2I: ( WRIEOS AR' SlsTOREs Only the Best French (ilas3 is Used. 223 S. Main St. THEl MICHIGAN DAILY --BUY- JePE il 3 POINXTS' ~"U E ITY 'iu_ yThe distinction that comes from __ '~being a correctly dressed man is yours ---by asking for my mark. And that rriE ~ does not mean being extravagant-my TH EMcreations are reasonably Priced. 1 SPEARHEAD INK RETAINER - SOMETHING NEW 11IL-K CHOCOLATE SWISSmETTS L PRJY/ENT5 LEAKING...…

October 25, 1906 (vol. 17, iss. 27) • Page Image 1

…The Mich igan D..aily VOLNXII -AROR, 27.tA VOL. XV II, Ntti. 2 ARGUMENT OVER JUSTICE OF SEAT SALE PLANYS Professor Van Tyne Opposes Present System as Unjust-Diirector Baird D~efends Its Workings. The athletc authoriiesa( toddsr D irecto ]laird', inte-rpretationcoif the- spirit of thefobaoll lo-icatiot ccflast sptrinttpairticulaily thai t resoiluttinliii iigtepito stntints anccu clty iagltitt eascc o folrlowt--,: csi "nIiopino11r. aird'sO p...…

October 25, 1906 (vol. 17, iss. 27) • Page Image 2

…t) A0) JN s0a . a W -R I (I C . i 7 eta ,. -- - w CrM V = H Gl? M M 16 G/7 r h - ,.4 U - ' , t 7; 't. If. ""'' . ,: _ ' I. f" r ,r te . . . f, . ' .+ ..+ _ J. j +- ,-- n .,-. rr " j .- w { "~ '.f, .., fi,. !: 4 J L. z Ut L L ;.J d" w h i1 "- N rJ L U u ' v i h : ^ k. _ ^..% S- t.' '' .1 w f r--- H F-^ _ r' w =. . ; .. F°. ; . - r , ,a ri c t1 ,r " w C f' r" O C V = w :T cti G 7 r W S r- - ,tate L r O m r-. 1. ' i' . TI J S. ....…

October 25, 1906 (vol. 17, iss. 27) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY r y"6 When Duyino Your [i Clothes COLLEGE "WALK OVERS" I. Look Deeper than the Surface IN Make a careful inspection of the'"inside' nateiials caot w"orkmanship. if youi wilt coii ie bie' ad do that with the Autmn and Wintermoidelis ini shiits is'nd overcoats, you will find that we havec the fashionliii " French- Back" anotpressed side seamin s io ii is ivnete Rain Coats--Prices $15.00 to $25.00 Big Line of Fall Furnish...…

October 25, 1906 (vol. 17, iss. 27) • Page Image 4

…THR MICHIGAN DAILY HOAG'S oar. Main and WashingIon BRINO I11'S AD" ANDIs15CENTS AND) (jET ONE O01 01ff 25c STEINS XX ITtI LIBRlAR~Y HI 'LfIN(i O N IT f Student Lamps Big Stock- $2.25 to $2.90 Our Red Star Oil l I :ina in 111ualityin th is wtarket. It ,ivxQs a wvhitei lidht, loe's ot smoto'he cii tilev, does slot fill thex toom xv ith sickeniiigodot. bollin AnniiAhut l_ lyby DE AN ft. CO., Ltd., 214 S. Main St. UNIVERSITY NOTrICES. jl t'Mi...…

October 25, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 28) • Page Image 1

…TheMichiganDail ANN ARBOR, -MjICHIGA-, CRI)1 () \ii ()L oER 2, 907. No. 28. VOL,. XVI II. IN SECRE'TP WOREDV IRI S TO USE SADN I L~.Ui~t~iItIU~lA ULESFORBASKETBALL. FOR, 0. S. U. GAME ,Splding, ro Ypsilanti, riles for us, saidthe askeballgirl ineffect yes- ____teraIsafernoon. The reasons for the rhneaethe present wdsra s Varsity iven Three-Hor Final It nriealding rles, id tespreadue Practce-O io Tem Arives deans made upon Michigan graduates...…

October 25, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 28) • Page Image 2

…._ .. v.. 'THE MICIliAN DAILY. ct subsistetice; so we stere thc hctter _._._____-. '____ last year for tearing Gomnpers. It is Go I WildCompanygoodt to kcnow that a fevss latter-dayv Man ago 2g difor--oot Score MaW R.R loighsts errant are championing th1e Busness Maagect--C. E. \VINSTEAt cause of parity ini civic life; and, inci- a:;a~roxs ----- leitally to lie reassured that ouch eltam- TiheLargest Stock 'News. . . .AFP Rttchie piiisshipi is...…

October 25, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 28) • Page Image 3

…' HEt MICRIGA1N DAILY Sam Burchifield's Fine Tailoring Trade Can Deliver The Goods Sam Burchfiedl & Co EAST HURON ST. Doyouw nt 2.70 worth oflfo>4 iC, Call at our store 'tc! c,,arnthe particulars of the Sanitol "hemical Compan's great introductory offer, the greatest offer ever made in toilet preparations. Ten articles for tiae price of 4 BROWN'S DRVG STORE 120 Ems.LIbe.ty St. ALARI >CLOCKS $1.00 $1.50 $1.75 All the best nas a rid sull }- Is ...…

October 25, 1907 (vol. 18, iss. 28) • Page Image 4

…VMS MILytilkfAtt Ai ALL MEN ARE WELCOME HERE But the young man gets an extra squeeze of the hand. lie's punctilious, knows what; he wants, won't take one iota' less. We delighted in tailoring gar- they're style-skeptics and our 1! satisfaction of bringing them into the fold is all the keener. Our Autumn and Winter gathering of modish woolens is brilliantly distintive. Come to see and you'll stay to praise. 118 E. Liberty St. J. KARL MALC...…

October 25, 1908 (vol. 19, iss. 24) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily N ov IX. OHIO STATE GOES DOWN TO DEFEAT tBuckeyes Clearly Outplayed- Splendid "Teamwork of Varsity 1 Eclipses Individual Playing. (5x iiito t'he M1ician D taily) (ohiltiitO ()Oc)t 4 In an 1- el m ii g"'lve'td-t- li igaii 1 t\l.L'.t y h oe f to to n 1 d ofl ihin rooters ase on tcle (01or fearitfIdefetAlledice' haicretftom fild(1ftilt thiree inti- of pay, ut eactl thrten uln- i- ter'ib(ohn(Ohio's tullack roke a,, o negt-irie ...…

October 25, 1908 (vol. 19, iss. 24) • Page Image 2

…11I s 1tIIIIDA N' D)AILY ___ TH _MCIGNDAILY. G. H. Wild ComIpaIIy I M ___ ___rARHE F Buosocesaa oigr-Joiix F. \Veiie. T he Largest Stoack is the City of Exclusive Styles in WOOLENS For Gentlemueu's Wear E''rviyhiin. required for Suit's, O~vercoats, IFancy Vestings, snd froose~rings, and of high class tiriei d speiai Mys,~ f Full Dress Suits a Specialty G. H. Wild Comipally 311 South State Street STUDEFNTS' HEAD9QUARTERS for Gym Suits Running...…

October 25, 1908 (vol. 19, iss. 24) • Page Image 3

…T4 I i2 I AiN DAILY I DO' *.YOU KNOW THIS? That our stock of Classic Music and studies is from the catalogs of the best publishers and is the very cream of good things! Our stock of Popular Musice is the best to be found anywhere and is strictly up-to-date! That we sell the famous Gibson Mandolins and Guitars as well as the Washburn Martin and other lines!i That we are factory dealers for the A. B. Chase, Ivers & Pond, Becker Brothers, an...…

October 25, 1908 (vol. 19, iss. 24) • Page Image 4

…TIL MICH-1IGAN DAILY I ,ELODRAMA AN D xuriell il i OilllintitionsIxiii' lxxixc ii-' fuiSlly c csu prl o ucti o of h i(iom NEW VAIUDEVILLE Bodtrtsuiu ly hc oe - - Novembei ir 3.Cenator 1_,a Folcite is Good Attractions Billed for The Whitney and Majestic Theatres This Week. Ni Ii ]I II AT lii111 il111 ii The lxx iili l ta ii xi lcupen iat ithe Nlixx 'tic xxxiiilxxx xx i;is anotherxilxi'ar- ras o vam~vile talnt ihatvouxxild h cred xii a -lme i...…

October 25, 1908 (vol. 19, iss. 24) • Page Image 5

…Sam Burchfield's sFine Tailoring Trade Can Deliver The Goods Sam Burchffid & Co. EAST HURON ST. JOLLY'S ss30 i. S TAT T IGreat - T1B MICIGAN PAt V Pipe DR. COPELAND'S ACTION For glee club svork use Martin guitars M.YSTIFtES AU'THORIT IESt andImnodolins. There's a good reason.l 'T'rsy them out at Schaeberle & Son's, lDr. R. S. Copeland, secretary of the so0 S. Main St. rit cd homneopathic facuilty and professor of ophthalmology in that depar...…

October 25, 1908 (vol. 19, iss. 24) • Page Image 6

…T T-ER MIChtIGAN DAILY i - ---------- n m Steer Straight when ordering your Autumn garb or you'll go astray in style or it. We've guided scores of men aright. Your reputation as a man of good afe in our hands. Our fabrics comprive thooe new and indescrible shades endocsed hi New ''ork's sttseot. Mixtures. strips, pdads and chccks in bewitch- lug caciety. 'The models we sponsor are tFashion's latest dictateo. We'll snake thic garments at ...…

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