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October 02, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 9) • Page Image 1

…________UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.______ I-0) 1 YEA R YOST CLEARED THE AG tie Foot+- 11 PracticeYo E {i O ,'11 0 1 ct for 1904 FIELD{ t I ' P,,o,-in ,nt : Dl to' il 1 0, YIN IS NOT MARRIED t -iesthe.b nd Nu InletlOdedt itI t'II11I 11 +'t't Wi t' j . ;l t itrillV 1;11_ lt'Ill ANNUAL FRESH-SOPH RASH ;III lilt -';m w ? Tll, wI t . i o Definite Puns Yet Annolti lilt Itiltl'!il.:; rrl lS t'tli i t) I+t Humors Are In the Ali'--PO tI''s 111IIItit 1i.tr;...…

October 02, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 9) • Page Image 2

…THE tMIC I(4A1\ l) AILI NI XVS GIHIWILD Co(! IC lIlAN NOTESLi. Leading Inerchant Tailors.... have just receiv- ed a new line of Woolens for fall and winter. The largest assort-l ment in'.the city AT IO8 E. Washington St ANN ARBdOR - MICH. TBXT ~BOOKS NIoilOi1Books New and Second Hand. The Best $1l Fountain PEN In the City. New & seood Hadoi Books lrvix r tBastisle '' Viii xii l)I er1y Iih i l .111 >- SHEEHAN &CO. University Bookselers, 320 S. ...…

October 02, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 9) • Page Image 3

…THE MINilGhALY--NEWp AUTUMN APPAREFL This is worthy YOUR ATEIO AOL A T FA A I JL AIL J im AL AIL AIL Wh, AM-.WR W MEN OF FOR weiit e i tinishk. >t1 , eiataitlk lit him tin lanii"10o5 (i A)II{1,01 1-1 1 ATS f& IlAlEIt1a )A,'II EI I~'" itleej.0l1ifor tis i l- t l and wter isiiesnel , c i:, terent s oti on gretiii m c itrineielt e u ,wi 11 values. Weive allItthlehandlo meprdutinsoith STEIN BLOCH COMPANY LINDENSCH-MITT & APFEL 31 i k;,aLitidi o~t ...…

October 02, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 9) • Page Image 4

…1iIIL _iMG~~AN DL)9LY NL\\z PUPIlAN SHOESH 4 . FOR M .EN AND WOI1EN ileaxy Oxfords in the dull finish leathers are ~''~'swvell this fall. Our stock of heavy Shoes is nowxx ti ; a complete. \Ve carry rubber goods &--Nnihoes 1 111IllSO.*__AMN STREET. i 1 I.' 1 I 'i l Ai tII l t 1".' 1 : a I 't£ : rv'.':. t AIIt.Illl I n ft. r~t: 1r _and Artistic Picture Framing ARTOSTOR (il:e a tio it Yal Na1 I a._cy 1 1 1 tl . 324'.l cat NIa 1i1'..qI-. I >.Ith...…

October 01, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 8) • Page Image 1

…UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN. NI1)Y Ea~ A LARGE SQUAD ANN AIIl)tI, :st w u. i\ LDL~ ) O Iu)L~t 1, 1', NARRO L","Y ESCAPED DEATH No. ofY... A ir, c acA I : : i 11~ II j 1 . 9, V I ' _rim! 1- 11:1 ,l hna;1 t :trl' 1 tlvl \ I1 tl^. :l l;i t ,_ 1 tt i t 1ir ;i t } ta ,i t"l: 1 I'tttzt r. It:;l it ll)t (l: . .11E . i l It' 1 I l i+ t ' i 3 111;11 '( 1\ 1t+ . ' ' t lI?"i tt' _1 lf' rtli. ;1,1't .3t 'i'? , I S li + l 11I1'tl+li(i" AII. A4111. - vt. r Foota...…

October 01, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 8) • Page Image 2

…THlE M ICJIGAN DXI i *NEWSIl Tailors.... have just receiv- ed a new line ofj Woolens for fall, and winter. The' largest assort- ment in ah city TEXT BOOKS iC New and Second Hand. The Best $1 Fountain PEN In tie City. New & se(~On d adBooks' Ilnniig-ht ald 5S1l1. Trv our -Bastiste''"\Vrj1Ijn f'Il' I ly ile 1 m .1;(11 I:- f1i(1 t ) lll('1 SEEHA O University iBooksellers, 320 S. State ,Street. The 'VAR V, Y 1.111"., Th Iegiuning C.olle ~e Year 1 ...…

October 01, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 8) • Page Image 3

…THE -MICIIIGANDAILY--NEW b AUTUMN APPAREL' THDE RIGHT THNGS AND FA t i1CI N11YtLS&HAJE ,121)Alf 11 a ll the ME f FA H O Our111 I iitiitt 'i N he ivis i l i et ta i f tini iiSuisOveco tsHa sCa san alh SEn -L I3LOCH COMPANY ____ WADHAY F neesMRn's& REULE.n Lo o frisNDEl nCHvittaPFIll_______ _________h______ <lrrtve an 3 5 ost - hil~tiotl nd ever Suit nd o ve( oat 44444o4i l11 44 it 4 . 44.t:Ii .4 GI11. Tr Schicede's [eprr B inoder fior r. Jc Sot...…

October 01, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 8) • Page Image 4

…T11lL llllliGAN .1 . Li~l -cL' NxVJ SPECIAL ANNOUCEEN Contrary to our planning the alterations for our store on are included in our Washington St. were not completed for the arrival of our clothing and furnishings, now they are here we are deter- flEm lh mnined not to move anything that low prices will sell. All the K M11 latest styles in Coronation Mlixtures and fancy S 7otchTxx ceds RIEMV AL S LL W1> L OY[LL'S l cif Homfe Slppy Store. See us...…

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