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November 05, 1905 (vol. 16, iss. 36) • Page Image 3

…Call Orx iii le~gs~xJFist Tailoring Trade of the City _ .b, _ nST ",URON STRECET 2i_ __ _ __ _ MIONEY [OANED lnbWtc hhes, Diamons, elt J y0 anod all 1I1-1)Class Cliattel andCollateralsecurty. W. J. LOVRIM 104 4th Ave. OppositetCotIHose Twodoorsothtof tew V. D. C.A. 0ftti ools: 10 to 11:30: 1 to 5 7I tot3-:) Business Stritctly Conftidential Student Room ecoratins A Fine Collection of SteIrks, Stnokit~g Sets, V. of M. Souzvenirs irx Pyro- grre...…

November 05, 1905 (vol. 16, iss. 36) • Page Image 4

…'5TtEIMtCIA N DAILY Bii i' Yoiz 1.ItiA MiE 1141i 1 DEFItfhS ART STORE. Only the Best French tilas.3 is Used. 223 S. Man St. IOriental Rug-* Sale 339 SOUTH MAIN STRLET gi. Th ilti hl ircltis ili ihice'speugins 1 h''ii iggs offeredi for saleiar i my tursuciurfur hromipt reaitioofiui grl fte -i tl hm ries willthes uchi is shiuildt appeal1 tou illionelit all fiim with pocl of he caracer o liee. GILER.T ILEWIS, Prop. s'Li11~ti II The distinctio...…

October 05, 1905 (vol. 16, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily, KALAMAZOO ELEVEN FIGH AEY U AN ARBOR. MICHIGAN, THLCR SI)AY, O)CTOB-'ER 5. 1905 No. 9. Varsity's Work Marred by Frequent Fumbling-Defensive Work Good -Garrets, Stuart and Workman Star. cii ccigaui cwadedt inon hui cnch of -r prises eserday cafcirnoni iwlen the pluk aanmazoo ctcgclven eldi-i the to 44 pont: iin irlityli ii. te 4t May,' te ivr-citinmakig into i tocdw s in the cfirst h f I ctit cintii tiecworkc ofithe vr...…

October 05, 1905 (vol. 16, iss. 9) • Page Image 2

…TIlE MICHIIGAIN DAILY G. H. WILD Leading MERCHANT TAILORS The largest stock in the City of exclusive styles in Woolens for Gentlemen wear. Of hh-class fabrics and seih style for ste- CG. H.WILD &CO. ' 311 S. State St. BARGAIN'S, IN BOOKS if yoeusnould sact money (soy your bhus at the Students' Bookstore 320 State St. Books for all Departments of toe U~niversity. THOUSANDS OF SECOND-HAND BOOKS AT HALF PRICE Medical Books Chemical Books Enginee...…

October 05, 1905 (vol. 16, iss. 9) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHI.GAN DAILY FOT BALL GUIDE CRAVENETTES, SUITS, ___________CH A FOR 1905 9P r 338 S.5rATE ST. r p sr Edited by WALTER CAMP J $10u$*TOP PC ATS N 'R1Z N ICAISBN I I tt\ totitE natrcitedrnsofFLs A qin MAIN AND IHURON STREETS t r iei hoalt ew'deeet AtleticGoodT O P Capital, $saoon,0surplus and Prfits, $6,000 0ealer and Detarment ton ____________._____________________________________ foea Genra"l . aking a'isa'.cdtP perA. G. SPALDING CRT.UB ...…

October 05, 1905 (vol. 16, iss. 9) • Page Image 4

…TfNT~l TC11[TCE N, DSTlLY HcigValley Ry, VA.1 I I VICI. Yo i ll 1111d Four Trains Daily [_.rot'Toledo xAc; tile, Conlin, 19) u c-(I, Corn pa iy 1 ALWAYS LEAD IN' QUALITY STYLE VARIETY PRICE of 0/~OVERCOATS TOPCOATS RAINCOATS SilITS IiABER- IA' IIERY s i ' a _ r C, -1 - ri_ .i__ _.r4_____ r-,___-l__.__- ,. ..4 1 4 a r Parl1r arson Day I rains C garsonNght Trains 011 pD~rl, ~ o 1 lo and ('0- S. 1-. CLtARK, 32 Campus Marius 11l-oit, M...…

May 05, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 152) • Page Image 1

…SThe Michigan Daily VOL. XV. ANN ARBOR, MICH., FRIDAY, MIAY 15, 1905. No. 152 GRA D AR DETO AY!'OFF FOR CHAMPAIGN. THE FINAL WORD. -~ -~____Varsity Leaves Today for Second Last instructions to Showmen and Clash with Illini Coach Mc- Patrons of the Fair Before the Great County Fair Starts with Gay Pageant This Allister Optimistic. Gireat Midway Begins. Noon-Initial Performnance of Big Midway Y~ra tan i'thu' an .oi rurfi'attr'l Tonight--Lots of ...…

May 05, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 152) • Page Image 2

…THEF MICHIGAN DAILY. *.....f................ THE II C H IG AN DAILY. Entered asecond-classa t ter atithe Ann iti lIIe jir i~Published daily. od .c tdd a b1 o177 t tlle e ar, at 117 F. Wasinagtonastreet, c CXXX a Old Phoae 82; new Phone 7.111t " ~~Managing Editar, J. STANLEY BALEY. 1 si:1 EDI01TORlS :111 XX Athletics -----------------CLYDEa L. DEW Newa-------------ARTHUR 0.POND'lctN il Fxchaages. .......Jsph Y. Kerr f tl Womn .....a.......Ida M...…

May 05, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 152) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY. RBurelifield'S Fine Tailoring Trade Guarantees... You the. most skilul and artistic service to be had anywhere We always Carr} a large and complete line of seaonable wool- ensv. We have the agency for B~each & Newel's Custom Shirts, and cant -how tou a la rge, beautiful and exclusiveline of shit igs--perle t ltting. B~urchfields Fine Tailoring Trade, 106 Ei. Huron s4 4- 4 4, 3 4+44+++4. -14 4st INDIVIDUA~lIY IN GLOTNIIS I t...…

May 05, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 152) • Page Image 4

…'IHl MICHIGAN DAILY. SStuzdents Like Coat .$350 REGAL$35 Sirt s. They have arrived and just wvhat you want *They're so ease to slip on, and are less liable to be torn lby tbe+ TANS KING CALF * laund vs (which frequently make 'Icoat'' shirts out of tbe otbet P~ISK(INS EVflIQ WAXED CALF suit). WXe offer for quidk sale a lot off I.'50 sadoe cat shbts .UIUU~ this wnek for $i.Io ATENT [LAMEIRS )j ININAL LEATHER All Styles and some Styles you have n...…

April 05, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 134) • Page Image 1

…The MihgnDaily VO.XV ANN ARBOR, MICH., WE TRACK NEWS. HOMOOPATHIC EXERCISES1 Bad Weather Does Not Prevent Light Birthday of H'ahnemann, Founder of Outdoor Work-Curtis and Ack- { omeopathic System, to be , eran out forHammer.----- Celebrated Next Week. )"Stpite thy li atiapi ofac ~ _A\i Ito tti ht~lc dpart- Mrrayafter non, uit a mrnt iv''ofthy Ilnt ' lithaviv 'city will clebrattf track amer ntade the trip to Fe'rr filvd he ow'iii tact d nfifiti...…

April 05, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 134) • Page Image 2

…TIIE MICHIGAN DAILY. 1 N ~ . rw.N.THE fMICHIll N DAILY.!, trineIm 11 -, at ,ilte'l~-t S 'ringid :r_. ,nd;el s, 10 r ra se Ann 10 losil1.l!rllt t the tthi f h SPRING FEVER S p r i n g -t ,, T NL diLE ra t o dt . I ll (, i t r1 of eel 1111151 >" et at 1" 1" Waslo K~on tree, icaritt 1.:ttg t oIaIan tc'CCri ni T ailo rin g Mnaer Aol AA.TorMSO. ~t 11:t tile t lt111,1 t~t 1tan(' _ . . . .. >Iteseph . IA 110111 rtllittI. lBaseball Mitt:, Aask -- .A '...…

April 05, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 134) • Page Image 3

…' THE MICHIGAN DAILY. Burch field's fine Tailoring ae 0 uo I~ ~~~~S TrdTurnes, IIOAG'S [lOA SPYSTR Garner hin ndWshngo A BIG REDUCTION in $ SPRING TOP COATS Lot one $12.00 to $15.00, now $8.40 Lot two $15.00 to $18.00, now 11.50 Lot three $20.00 to $22.00, now 14.504 Reule, Conlin & Fiege1l 200202 South lain .St.t Money Loaned Idin i an -I I; An1r A rhtt. ltsi r.I i :-+ a.t t 33 itf r a ii aaa 1. rii. A lI tu irn Joseph C.Watts aa~iaaa'ifilfff...…

April 05, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 134) • Page Image 4

…THlE MICHIGAN DAILY. fr*f !f+ 0f r.®t @i4 l** i**4if OfN* NNN oif'F ytre not built as other men,. IIwe can build a Suit to measure for you.- The price won't be near so gfreat as thie satisfaction. We guaran-I 1 1 1 1 C tee a fit,............ Cutting,,Reyer &Co. I0)=1i11 F. Washington St. 4 $3.50 SOS $3.50 SPRING STYLES NOW IN Call and see them whether you huy or not. j ,i ALL REGAL SHOES SHINED) FREE.,4 } PAUL MEYER 611 E. WILLIAMS ST. ANN ARB...…

March 05, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 108) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily ANN ARBOR, MICH., SL -DAY,-MARCH 5, 1905 No. i o8 1141 RECORDS BROKEN ! MISS BERTHA CONDE. FLACHSMANV ALS EZEE Ae"'arkable Performances in Last Night's 'Varsity Indoor Meet -Fishleigh and Coe Set New Marks in Pole Vault and Mile Run- Dunlap Puts the Shot 45 Feet and 2 Inches. ll'1; 1 111d\ w ,1, in oo t ii ant i lle"1. i t itt- d i al I l i t llt ' e i i tt t 1 1 a i ;; f l a in m ia t t cI t I o i c f e o s a " , e 1 1 illt...…

March 05, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 108) • Page Image 2

…T Ii F '11 ICITTOAN DAILY. a ,N, oo "o + o HE1'ilICHIGAN DAILY.Il- it ~ 1 f !pr2nn\%tilt~<t ii utcc at tPostal Card5 th *'u ,ti~ !iI (Mau o n d ay J- S t ey hAurl-V i the nit ,t altlc 1 rttttiittitttti h f Sio i a " 1)Tilt ItSo, m aeir ipostals itc IT ° f r i .. ........... I ht.yt Brown trit -li ;*--,t . Xf i OLlS Eat-i-lt) .4- r -- i'0oe re riiiciii oiit-iof all EDTR ATA F: y it.tytlirtt ae l * . IC i iitti oxe11r the cit .tsltv -eit car c A...…

March 05, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 108) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILtY. .Uurclifield's Fine Tailoring STrade Guarantees... YouN th mo:tskllifulad artisticseorvice to he had aniohoro. « GAr awysIrva 1a 1rIoad comxpleteoline of seaoonaldo wool- W, INm, thea-eroxafor 1Beia &NeowelN 's1ustomShirts. ai)d1oan sho%,:you a largo. beautiful and exivloi no of Shirtt I>l0' - w1)t't f 4 i tting. Burchfield's fine Tailoring Trade, 10+6 L. Huron IIOAN'S HOME SUPPLY, '-TORF Wf~t, a Ni l ov x in.. 1rc . BRiU'...…

March 05, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 108) • Page Image 4

…'l111 MICHIGAN ZDAILY. SOne Night Out to ,4 SFLORIDA ____VIA t SBig Four Route From Detroit and Toledo: (UNION DEPOTI IN BOTH) t t #4" . Toledo and ;* S Cincin n ati iarebeT ases #4 Write Big Founr Agents forItnformsa- +{. - tion, or L. W. LANDMAN t General Agt. TOLEDO, 0. 4 fitnin fin 'j0P # t f nd4 service} ly illion men D)on't fail to see the 50C Shirts CUTTING, REYER& CON Are showing in their window. 109-111 E. Washington St., Ann Aihor Vi...…

November 05, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 35) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily VO)L. XV. ANN ARBOR, MICH., SATURDAY, NOVEMi'BER 5, 1904. No. 35 frlCfl,14AN VS. DRAKE RGEtNTS ANSWR Wolvrines Will Clash With Hawk. Pcsition of Regents in Regard to eyes This Afternoon-Coach Yos i Criticism of Medical Societiss and Heston Will See the Chi.-Aswer to Question cago-Texas Game. * When First Raised. The husky lais frotslDrak~e ui-c The rectcitiricismi of viie'board' vlrsi19sill arr ie- in Anvi Arbor at rs-Islei ...…

November 05, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 35) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY " /N f THE MI1CH-IGAN DAILY.1 everyone wishes it to tie, some real ---- _ live rooting will be needed.Wit ~ AE WOULD HAVE Entered as second oIlasiattrait ithe Ann is a football game without rooting? C IA * TV OU T KNO Site tiouti We want lots of it, spirit and nta A Publishiedldaily (Muuday e( ed during the 'liasm at fever neat from the moment [ 9 l ay~~~t, ~cellegyear. at li-,iE. wioingmon 'ireet. the referee's whistle blow...…

November 05, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 35) • Page Image 3

…THR MICHIGAN DAILY Do You Know the Game? +I Y +I The go)od clothes game is a very easy one to learn, and every+ titan canl excel in, it-if lie plays it right. Drop into our store. We'll tell von alt aboueitit-ptit you next, as it were; get von on 4. the iiside-of a Hart, Schaffner & Marx Suit. That's all there ; is to it, except tie 1ibetl-sttall thting to took for, hig thing to finid. LUTZ, the Clothier, 217 So. Main St. Ste onr natty tI I$ R...…

November 05, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 35) • Page Image 4

…THE MIL h IAN DAILY - i 4 e 1 } 4 4 i 1 i 1 4 i 1 } 1 1 AI $ ,3 or M1en and Women $4.00 Formerly sodi un ro nder Puritan label 1r [or the rainy season get into a Iair of our Water-Proof Shoes-heavy tar tans, t double soles, Balace tongues, rawhide middle sole, thoroughly viscolized. WALK-OV[ER I1O[ COPIPANY, nE[AVY WINTER OX[ORDS. I 1 I South Mlain Street. GOODYEAR RUJBERS. T Study with a Good Light There is no betterlght than >; THE WELSBACH ...…

October 05, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 8) • Page Image 1

…I'eMichigan Dail y VOL.. XV. ANN ARBOR, MICH., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1904. No. 8 HOMEOPATHIC HOSPITAL. 1ORE[BUCKYES TODAY. [XIT WRIN~K[[! Varsity vs. Ohio Northern University Michigan's Magazine of Humor Has This Afternoon at Ferry Field- Been Discontinued-Apathy on Visitors Have Shown Class In the Part of Students the Cause. Previous Games. ___ W'srislile, Michigani's Cosilt'ma0a- Tis liftirinliiniltihe'fotlowers of 'nie, has been oiiailly il...…

October 05, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 8) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY :WE WOULD HAVE weaeAou Z YOU TO KNOW That weaedon usiucess at OUR NEW STORE * 31South State Street ITh-at our Newo XWooienst foe Sthe cominoog fall trade re toow ready. ITiat we make suiperbi)r- mlents for gettletme. e That we appreciate your trade aud respetfully solicit a cotittuauce of the saue. ____c Z G. H. WILD CO. TAILORS 311 South State Street i etote e" u a(. ott- e woude 4x f diktot inle t ott- ont ie)\lt'. mqeeeoe...…

October 05, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 8) • Page Image 3

…Ts ilE MICHIGAN DAILY Hoag's Home Supply Store Corner Main and Washington Streets Fishs Nets, Padlocks, Waste Baskets, Brushes, Card Racks, Purses and Pooketbooks, Knives, Scissors, Tacks, Pic-tures, Ash Trays, Paper \Veights, Smokinig Sets, Soaps, Towels, Strops anid Pipe Racks at lpoptular Iprices. This is the place. Burch field's Fine Tailoring T 1rade Guarantees... Youitthe mostiskillfuland tis tic seriice:to bh:had antihve We5lwsin n n a ...…

October 05, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 8) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY iNiYr i iiB _ iii®1 Ski iiiiiiiii ii i Are you aware ofhow IINiR[ R tA . -, '. 161 tar yeu walk? r Will ;;ire free of charige with cx evry puorchasie of I A $12.00 SIlT OR OVER~COAT, START FRElSHIMEN RIGHTl IO~ Brig[IlellR11)oi Al Pedometer SWISS MILK I A pdamlerwil res- Leading Clothiers, Hatters, Furnishers CHOCOLAl [' * tar the distance. * 109-I11 [ast Washington St.0 An"i fcris ib e ir"cis" i milk t llhs 0- . PeersIs the...…

June 05, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 178) • Page Image 1

…TheMichigan Daly VOL. XIV. ANN ARBOR, MICH., SUNDAY, JUNE, 5, 1904. No. 178 AWAITING R[PORTS. N[W fMANAING [DITOR. P' C '1G~ NWuNS MIT[T. A Fine System of Reporting Results- lC1 I A J. Stanley Baley Unanimously Elected Many Anxious Moments ________ For Ensuinrg Year by Editor for the Crowd. i al Board Yesterday. -- INTERCO[[[GIAT[ C"A"PIONSIP WON BY TRACY T[AM ^_ The Daily hoc seen conritated i At thr Saturday dinner of the Mich- on their ropo...…

June 05, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 178) • Page Image 2

…THII MICHIG0AN DAILY oeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeZTHE MICHIGAN DAILY I Go U W Co pan Entered as second-class matter at the Ann ±Arbor host Office. t* Pablished daily (Modayesceptedpdaring the Leading Merchant Tailors college yearatl1f 7 E. S'szntnsre; (basement floor, side entrance) Phose Eel-3r ______ _____MANAGING EDITOR: , ± 4 S. EMIORY THOMASON 4 BUSINESS MANAGER: SPRINGi WOO[[NS CROSCOE If. IHUSTOfN For Suits, Top Coats and Iaffdefics, - - - ilont...…

June 05, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 178) • Page Image 3

…-THill iiPUkiIAN DAILY '*'a + faHo ~'' a~ taaf'°esi: .3+bt*afsa#a3 ac a~s~ E+ff si f~°kift', a' You will not find anything in" Sumimer.Clt e clothes more snappy and attrao- j' ~ ~ i ve c than the H' art, Schaffner & ' Marx OUTING "VARSITY,"coat and pants drly-made in homespuns, 1 SScotch tweeds, cheviots and English flannels-ten to fifteen dollars. IHave you seen the new SAILOR WAIST TROUSERS 1-,rya The only perfect fitting pcg top pant made ...…

June 05, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 178) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY- SUTDwight . Watkins R TYPEWR1TING ) 4 Made to your nmeaure and - rp s Card toe325.0S. M-1-raSt. SkA IT GUARANTEED Ktoras foyare'r I 1AT COOK HOUSE BILLIARD HALL /~~/ J4f C.' ~der New franagemer . r(itt XT Q i New EBiliard Outfit. #//a ' Ul~ltl~ Chihs givengood for an where in ! P 7Cab the house. itpegV CLOTHIERS, .EilL[ Hatters and Furnishers. Forest Aveue Meat MaIrket Linen anda CUFFS 109 and 111 E. Washington Street, Polt...…

May 05, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 152) • Page Image 1

…The M D. aily VOL.. XIV. ANN ARBOR, MICH., THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1904. No. 152+ T[NNIS TOUJRNAMEINTI w-1 STRONG CONTEST INLANDEZR INCORPORATED Trials Being Held to Select Team for( Orators Who Will Represent Their $1500Shaes Fie ihCtoaBeSPoceda Coal Contest With Chicago Net Colleges Friday Nght. All Amon. the stents.-e Wek-rseotGo onor Men. Prospects Are Stockholders' Meet- for Another Winning For Finest Oratorical ing, May 14. Team.Contet YetT...…

May 05, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 152) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY G. H. Wild Compaly Leading Merchant Tailors SPRING WOOLENS For Suits, Top Coats and Trousers. Full dress suits a specialty. Let us show you our London Serges, London Cheviots, Scotch Mixtures, Kilowens, Blarneys, High- lands, Edinburghs, Drum- tochty's, McGugors, London and St. Andrew Flannels, London Cassimeres or Amer- ican Serges. Please call and see G. H. Wild Company 108 E. WANINGTON STREET. 11e Great GameI 4c . Pocket...…

May 05, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 152) • Page Image 3

…THI MICHIGAN DAILY You surely have heard of Pennycook PENNYCOOK SHERBETS ICES NUF CED THURSDAY DEMON ICF FRIDAY OR ANG E SHERBET PENNYCOOK PRIVATE DANCING iESSONSIN AT GRANGER'S, DY APPOINTMENT. Cass program Tuesday nights, 8 to 10 o'cloc< Cosing Juie 111. YOU CAN GET A 0 Hot Lunch At Tuttle's, 338 S. State I$2 UNIVERSITY DAN- Lii (I CING ACADEMY $2 $2it SHORT TEEM. OHIO CENTRAL LINES DIRECT LINE TOLEDO TO COLUMBUS Paror C..- - .at Trin PICKW...…

May 05, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 152) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY 71 NOTICE Spring Line of Puritan Shoes and t Oxfords now in. See our new Tans in window, button or lace7 in ;Jf the "New Spud Last." 1For the hbeeft of out customtersx xxe xx ix to ix tihat the l ' S Purithin Shoe Co, tas heexn'ade very tmutchistroiigxerhy going >4tlii it thte hanls of the factor'-Geo.I-E'. K(ixtitCompaniiiy, Broektonx * Mass. George t ?I Ketith loes not conttrol tieim 0 itO. Iittit, bitt * xxx,. 4 S 4 t ...…

April 05, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 135) • Page Image 1

…______ _ _ail VOL. XIV. ANN ARBOR, MICH., TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 1904. No. 135 TRACK MEJN WORK h'ARD.1 ROCKY iOIJUNTAIN CLUB. "THE[ CRUSAD[RS" UNIV[RSITY HOSPITAL For the Pennsy Games on April 23- I Enjoyable Affair Given at Granger's Opera Composed by Griffith L. Gordon Great Improvements Sine 1875-Great Dvorak Does Well at the Pole Last Evenisg-Miany Novel Fea- of the School of Music Given lastI Need for New Wards-Crowded Vault-Hammer Throwing. t...…

April 05, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 135) • Page Image 2

….. ... _ TPHElMIC1IIAN DAILY S*~** tTHE MICHIGAN DAILY d nmpnynv Entered as econd class matter at the Ann G.H YIU r Arbor Post Office. *Published daily (Meonday escepted) during the * 4 college year, at 117 E. Wasbingtoo street, ZLeadinig iMerchant Tailors (basement floor, side entrance) Phone $23 2 MANAGiINGI EDITOR: ______ _Z____ S. E. ORY THOMASON 4 BUSINESS MANAGER: °110OS0OE B. IRUSTON Z SPRIN6 WOOLENS - - -EDITORS: WLO Athletics,. - ROn...…

April 05, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 135) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY %Vm. Ar You ' urely i'2. k ' Have Ho"ard ~ -of-w Pennycook. IL O ;Savings Bank. GEORGE BISCHOFF, oslcrCTokSc. v ac-as L0kIT. loldDr.V.C. Vaughai Wade E. IF. Mills CHOICe CUT FLOWrR5 & PLANTS 's Pof. IH. 5 Ca'iharti ChainSt, besisees 11mm 51 S. and Miller Ave. OstGisis tChi sians slMartinmPhaleo"0 'S~rinq C r1a I Spri ''~Rt oy fo Os, - inn Suits Cnivenettets r yonr inspeelioni. 1 Mlete Line of ing Hats r &Wuerth Gomp S...…

April 05, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 135) • Page Image 4

…THE P MICHIGAN DAILY Full line now in3 at the popular tprice - - _ TAN, PATENT COLT, FR[NCHI CAL[F AND KID _f *Wear a pair of our Oxfords this spring and DONIT 51BE TR~OUBL[D WIH SOREf HEELS. Our New Oxford 'M oney Loaned 1 l!O n Last entirely overcomes this trouble of former yjears. O+d OrWatches, Diamonds ¢ value. Watches and I ep try:A's4 i paired. Bargains in ttatoo-:e, 's " " and Diamonds. Office at residence, t3::3V N' * :erty Street, A...…

March 05, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 109) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily VOL. XIS'. A NN .\ 'Z ii )fi MIC1H1., SATI'RDAV, MARCH 17.190- I No. 1I)W 'I'ARSIIY "ELIT9-N~IGHT. KN41CK ('N 6WEAT[RS. TflIINNINO ITHE SQUJAD. Will be Many Exciting Contests- Inspectors East Cay They are Injuri- Candidates Hard at Work-McAllister Great Strife Expected in Half tus to the "Hexdth of Boys and Obliged to Leave -- Gymnasium Mile-Second Sories of Relay Young Me--No Disastrous Ofen Evenings. Races. Effects See...…

March 05, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 109) • Page Image 2

… THE MICHIGAN DAILY. Sale I As we have too large a j stock of fancy _ SUITINGS AND T TROIJSRINOGS Ion hand we will ;sell them at reduced prices to snake room for outr Spring and S unimer3 Woolens. Be snre and call in before yon place youir order. .4,A,A ~ G. ff. WILD & CO.,. 08 It. WASHINGTON STREET. I fI6redt Game IExciting [un for Everyone 45c. jPocket War Mraps for the faor [ast, 15c. ISHEEHAN & CO., Ui'iver'dits B ookseller', Sta- tioners...…

March 05, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 109) • Page Image 3

…lUHt MICHI1GAN 1GA1,Y A Suggiestion lifter the imeet or Gran- ger's, tonight, \ol will1watvit STRAW b [RRI[S <r Strawberry Short-cale Strawberry Ie Cream Strawberrij Flaps Lemon Ice ={ Over 5o different kinkIc'of FANCY CAKES. Penn cook 6RAN64IIR'S ACADE"V1YORCHE[STRA Ann Arbor, "ricb. ROSS GRANGER, Managerj YOU CAN GET A H0Ifot Lunch, lAt Ttattle's, 338 S. Stated 94I [LSSONS I®N UNIVERSITY ACADRMY, State Street+I PALACL 46, PARISIAN ..LAUNDRY...…

March 05, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 109) • Page Image 4

…TIHE MICIGAN DtAILY. +Puritan ' hue f'1 .. Spring ~Fromf + -ostyleg ' H°° (titor II : I a' ' --$.0 J LCHI6"ANJ "s aCEN es'r+a-a ,... 'T e M g r F ~alls Pally S H L Rf+ O N ElYt L OAI N E U lf '1111 810x IElhle Mkro htgrps Faig alo ntche FEtYf3 IAN CIGARLrrLS Groit'n in Turkey. ,Perfected in Egypt. Enjdyed in American. (. MOKE. MAKtES EGYPTIAN SMOKLIS Save to Couoni T"he W. C. KernuCo, 411 E. 57th St., Chicago. apsand ownts tmade to tai', (...…

December 05, 1903 (vol. 14, iss. 56) • Page Image 1

…TheMichigan Daily VOL~. XIV. ANN ARBOR, MICH., SATU)RDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1903. No. 5ii WALTER CA"1P'S VIEW. His Comment Written Before He Saw Michigan-Chicago Game-His Ac- count of That Awaited With lote rest, 'It is hardly e'n~oat''riae t sy that thetioitnttediarc in thei ilid- Ie West.ati i a tndithe i toeenatmen are, il evety ttintiua t' hut titmotuuts itt Octoiher 'ted Nvebeare tie tioatbalcileoachieeo ti1e impotranti teamst. TItisyathrha...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY. Fall TH E_ MICHIGAN DAILY The first American to receive a _________________ Rhodes' Scholarship is Eugene Isham, Eneed as secnd-class matter at the Ass Yale, '02. Aror Pst Offce.___ Published daily (Mnday exepted during the A donation of $20,000 to the gyl- e sll( e e y a , a t tt 7e .W a h in g o s s t re e t, n a ist m f n d w a s r e c e n t ly r e c i v e i a t The Largest and Most J lunches are contcie to ysepi Comple...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY. V c~wA C~nA e4rte Niagfara Falls h'outa, TffE SHOtRT LINE-- ANN ARBOR to CHICAGO BUFFALO NEW YORK AND BOSTON with irt conti on ss at (Iti iva- tir 1t. Lois. Kas iy. t Pau ''ii liitile, West.i write toi 1t. WV. CAXSE, Al.AnAbr New Brlllswlck Tables AT' REID'S BILLIARD PARLORS, Fine Cigars and Tobaccos JAS. W. REID, Prop. 312 Slate Si., S. i ve ut rcivede' l arbea n id fiticst Turkish Cigarettes and Pipes Fine Lunches io Con...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY. /or Fromfi ~~ toy Ann Arbor Store, I I I S. Maliin. [actory-Brockton, Wrass. 7M LQYPARTIN Qrovn in Turkey. Perfected in Egypt. Enjoyed in America. 'MiOGULSMOt MAKESLECYTIAN SMOKERS CokTips or Plin. Sava theCoupons. al The W. C. KernlCo. } t b d { 411IF.57th St.Chicago. ti~a aap an Gif ma e, oI duty al oS f # " 4f "t" f 4 f f " f4 f0f 04t T°rr'Jrr °# r Jri r~~r#<y < J r< MON EY LOANED ON - ,,t cware ad all 1Ii gh j. Cl...…

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…The Michigan Dally VOL. XIV. ANN ARBOR, MICH., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1903. No. 34 VARSITY YS. ALL-FRRI I~. SENIOR CLASS MEEI1TINGi. Scrimmage This Afternoon Will be In. teresing-Four Regulars Out of Line-up Yesterday-Fullback Change is Promising. The promised scrimmage work did not materialize at last night's prac- tice, ht the rooers aitracel y the open gates of erry Field were rec- ompensed by the sight of faol signal work through whirl...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY. Fall Anlnouncement.. The Largest aniMst Comnplete ine o WOOLENS in Ann Arbor will be found at G. I. Wild R Co's18 Eat Washingon St. Gra pains hiave len taken in the seletion of all sil ings, fronseinge & oveteatiniis for this season. 0. II. WILD CO. 108 E. Wash. St. Latest Books I$1.08 Each The iagic Forest, l3ybtusi tEar rd l'ie~ollll: 4The Heart of Rome, jiy . Maion ei C awf l Little Shepherd of Kingdom 0 Judith of the P...…

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…THlE MICIC(AN DAILY. gAIoHI6 N CEngAi, "'The Nagara Fans Route." THE SHORT LINE- ANN ARBOR to CHICAGO BUFFALO NEW YORK AND BOSTON with direct cottnectiotns ai Chicago for St. Loots, Kansas City. St.tPaul aod threIWest. For informationt ted thrcoghticktstcall on or write to W. . CASE, Ageot. Ane Arbor. GEORGE BISCIIOFF, rLOR15T. CHOICE CUT FLOWES5 & PLANTS Chapin St,betweenfo t.n d teM'icler Ave. Ph oe 09. +4144-40- tsrisr trfsrt r tH1Hr r rf...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY. f FOR MIEN and WOMEN Before buying, see our new [all Styles and you will look no further NONE BETTER AT ANY PRICE 1 1 N S. M'ain St. PENNYOOK.OHIO CENTRAL LINES PheCnfcinYC 30 oOK taS. : 3 liRENTSCHLER For anything in the line of The onfctiner 31 loth tat St 8' Maker of Photographs Framing, Cati on Rentschler, a tDirert Line btweent'Toledo, ('olutt Fine Confections. Lunches, ', hn 8-r Cre anadIttnSres cbits, Athens, lailipo...…

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