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September 30, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 7) • Page Image 1

…UKYPIYOF MKIHIANfir^.______ x I '"',1 L i V CUINSELTO E G ~ ~ T 2,51.5 CHEAPL~ LIO"1T 'iE%_ ! - - - j . .. _. ,. _. .. ... ._ .. j .. : U y.. ff t }} t t {,.t 1. i (.t ... .. . ( . .. ( . .., .. .it.l tct. i. 'Ali i C I... C . E.:V . i i ' 4 i :. : ,1 .... ,, , .'' , ; , , f !it Z" ;I i t' fit; 1 .. ilj a+aii jt' E'- ' 4't13 1 1i 'il ('+;! i t' ).]'t. , : illi?'!"a .i):i: , 't Yt)tt:3 t". : i;l li t i7 i+alt ^ , +'1" aE" .S-tij" {''' t ?'t' ,,...…

September 30, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 7) • Page Image 2

…rIl41E NT I IIIGA N DA I L I NWS Lai g Tailors.... have j ust receiv- ed a new line of Woolens for fallI and winter. The argesaot - mentIinIt he ciur A ^; .1 , Ni IN 1. i 11 Lii 1.01 BULSINESS -NANAGiii, R 0.01-O1. IIL "OiN N - iL I Al( Nit. Text Books New and Second Hand '- 11_1r tl- Iii 111 CQ . tres 10 U Wahii Z ~ S New and .scond Hand. 1he Best ai Fountain PE N In the City. New &Secon~ dnooBooks Ir - 1 liatiste '' \Vrii 1_ tif l. 1 l l r l...…

September 30, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 7) • Page Image 3

…tlHE AMICJIGANDAILY--NtEW8 AUTU N PPARELThisiswrh YOUR ATTENTION FOR I . t1 >aLabto y MEN O FAS I ON Hi TOLOGY or 1) THOLOQY al liii 1 ii.:. ilrcom end i i 1 ri t NVI1( I~n lt. ti (ire5 t~c1 11te.l STE~IN BLOCH COMPANY LINDENSCHiMITT & APFEL. EBERBACH & SON, mporTERS AND IAU FACTURERS Branch Store oil State St. PALACE AND PARISIAN 1 : a t'', l i ili1c tr {°ii i'It> M. F. DOWL ER, Agt. Phie637. Office, 402 .'-aynard St. THE .. r. ..Ir _ - Ii . ...…

September 30, 1902 (vol. 2, iss. 7) • Page Image 4

…((LMIV4IA t)L'Ln1.\iU N .L a1 1 L *1 - .. .. 1 f' flaiir i),ruslies,(Coms, Toileit Sonap, Spttiigcs, i!'---t r v t1lnp f on in cir Iroom. X24 S. S.__ Si i Ott IIiC~i A'S7IN 0. 121 East Libherty St. ORkT L AND0C FE OPliN IDAY .A;:PN1011'IF, W. C. BINDE , Prop. Min Zachan's Markt Choice Meats for FraternityTrade. LOWV PRICES ON Toilet Goods Lock repairing, key fittingI GEINERAL t'TACIINLTVFORT DONE WM. J. WfNG[R 113 E. Liberty Street Every Stude...…

September 29, 1903 (vol. 14, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…Th chtan Da il VOL. XIV. ANN ARBOR, MICH, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1903. No. 1 IIRSI [OOIBALL PRACTIC Big Squad Out on Ferry Field Yester- day-Much Hard Work Yet to be Done-Scrimmage Today, The first regular practice of the University of Michigan football team went off with a briskness and earnest, ness that augurs well for a succossfal' season and on the whole it was a well pleascd number of students that trooped home from Ferry F 'td after...…

September 29, 1903 (vol. 14, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…f w. n ,,, . ~x ., ,, -- Fall Allnouncemellt.. The Largest and Meet Complete Line of , WOOLENS in Ann Arbor will he found at G. 1H. Wild & Co's.,1)8 East Washington St. Great pains have been taken in the selection of all suitings, trouserings & orerenatings for this season. GHII WILD CO9 108 E. Wash. St. SSHF.EHAN'S h e-epest Place in the City for all SUniversity z Text-BooksI j Agents fur KIeffe & Esser's Drawing Ini- struents Waterman's...…

September 29, 1903 (vol. 14, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…)IGllllN C~jLT 7i________r~rA~ ,'The Niagara Falls Route," THlE SlHORiT LINE- NECK WEAR, ANN ARBOR to BATH R? CHICAGO DC BUFFALO NEW YORK ®J1VELEG AND BOSTON, wit diectconnectionts at Chicano for St. .Louis. Kansaso City. 5t. taol and to t," t oty Fotr informtationt otdttroso~httkc t ll onor wtco W. \Vw~. p3*Aoot.AttttArbor. * 4**~4,~ _____ -- UNDERV ZOBES, SW. ,ORATIONI NEAR,_ 'EATERS,_ S FOR ROOMS, _ IN NO TV AT klACK & CO.'s $ ® s®® o ...…

September 29, 1903 (vol. 14, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

… / runtm ON THE SQUARE WE'VE GOT THE GOODS, YOU'VE GOT THE MONEY. LET'S SWAP! 111 South Main St. - - Ann Arbor. :' r ,. l a ~ qy :t G 17 9 .r' ,y' f d (. , 'o, r _. : r PENNYCOOK.: The Confectioner. 310 South State St. Fine Confections. Lunches, Why buy candies thaiteen the deal- Aeredoessnot know how long they were 5mad, wheoucansohtain fresh, pureI delieios coecetioss sod havethemt pake toSuit your taste tn faney or+ 0 RE NT S CH L E R...…

September 30, 1903 (vol. 14, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

…TheMicigan Dail VOL. XIV. ANN ARBOR, MICH., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1903. No. 2 [OUR SQUADS OUT. MAY GO EAST TO CONDUCT FES- EXTENSIVE IIPROVEIENTS NEW ATHLETIC BUILDING. TIVALS. The Athletic Association is now Hard Practice at Ferry Field - New Prof. A. A. Stanley, director of the Made on McMillan Hall - Social settled in qsarters of its own. A Men Showing up Fine - Crowds University School of Music, is a busy Meeting Saturday Night- two-sto...…

September 30, 1903 (vol. 14, iss. 2) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY. Fall Alllollnoemellt.. The Largest and Most Complete Line of:: WOO0LENS in Ann Arbor will be found at G. H. Wild & Co's, 108 East Washington St. Great pains have been taken in the selection of all suitings, tronis& overcoatings for this, season. GH. WILDCO 108 E. Wash. St. i SHEEHAN'S + Cheapest Place in 3 the City for all Kinds of S jText-Books Agents for " Keoffel & Esser's Drawing In- + struments THE MICHIGAN DAILY Ent...…

September 30, 1903 (vol. 14, iss. 2) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY. When the ihop--dancing, around you'll find MOGUL Cigarettes pleasant smokes ra; between numers. Or, i you t sit i out,'swon't obect I to MOGUL smoke Dainty as a springtime zephyr. ea'Ten for 15c. Plain and Cork Tip. AXICIIGAN UENfi "Te Niagara Palls Rote." Others Claim Tem We TarORT101']liAEto ant." 5 Have Them. ANN ARBOR t CHICAGO 51, tt110-Ir_,tad C] ittnu, luts BUFFALO 1"'f ssC.lie a tie stai 4.> NEW YORK n D se il( A.N...…

September 30, 1903 (vol. 14, iss. 2) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY. A6. A6. I I v 7117_'77 7 7® ®v® vr77 e" 77r 'rT-7T v®®O ®b NEW FALL AND WINTER SUITS AND OVERCOATS NOW READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION.. The famous HART, SCHAFaFNER & MARX and I other well known and reliable makes included. JACOB L UT-Z 217 South Main Street." toh Right Thinigs anid Eriorgh of Them.~ + Is what keeps this store in close totuch with the .t young men *of the University. Our exhibit of it SSUITS, OVERCOATS, HAT...…

September 27, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 1) • Page Image 1

…The< YOL. XV. T[AMr AT WORK. Varsity Footballists Go Through Live ly Practice Yesterday - Scrim- mage Today-The Sched- ule. Just at present in Ann Aror ther( is only one isueo which calls footi much attention from the av rage stu dent, It makes little difference io him who is going to e elected presi dent ut the urning qestin of ths hour is 'What sort of a team are wes going to have this ,year" In spite of the threatening weather over twelve h...…

September 27, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY +THE MICHIGAN DAILY. V E WOULD HAVE r,~~ 55 n I,,,r , ,O n YOUTOKNOW ~ t9W ( iv rn iirs id rsit r e ,i )I i, r1 --1 That we are doing business at Ma.nging tditor,-J3.STAiEl II A L Y. Buints Managser, CLADEI A. THOMPSON. OUR NEW STORE l;rrrus 311 South State Street Ath ' ('s -- .40A. M. i7-: .i ,r linrrs.4An ress RyThat our New Woolens for Gerge. tslrn,, it I.c, the cominlg fall trade are ).9il'es $.r s 7e mae ,"C $t1i i li~s...…

September 27, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…THlE MICHIGAN DAIL'Y 'TTT 'r '! ' iT'T"3 T y y" i' -fir' i' ia iw'* i"+ 1iF' ' r' +a " +r 'i i'hjy " . . . M 1h f 41M- - -i 4- - -i -Y - - T-4 +F- ^ ' -1#' r '4.' - '-4-M i-M -i11-f-11 Vii' BEFORE YOU SPEND A DOLLAR For Clothing, Hats or Furnishings Find Lutz',,;Stop(,21?Sooth Ma inls 1.0 1 O t : 1' 0 1 hefi0 )Ia o HART, SCHAFFNER & MARX a Line of Soils, Overcoats, Rain Coats and Odd Trousers. [LIZ, the -Clothier. s4. 4. 4. 4' 4. 4.i 4 1 } i }...…

September 27, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THE WALK-OVER SHOE COMPANY (FORMERLY PURITAN) Will be }pleasedt to see youo it theoir store 1 I 1 Soutbhfrain Street, wxhere a compolete' line of r their celeblratedt ____ WALK-OVER SHOES , In 1904 F'all Styles will be seen, at $3.50 and $4.00. R. J. HOFSTETTER, Manager. The Walk-Over Shoe Co., 111 South Main St. Study with a Good Light Thereis nobetier light than > THET WELSBACH READING LAMP ALL STYLES5 Al ALL PICES. .. The...…

September 28, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daly VOnL. XV. ANN ARBOR, MICH., WEIDNESDA, SEPTEMBER 2a, 1904. No. 2 FIRST SCRIMMfrAGE. B[ST IN THE LAND. First and Second Teams in Lively a yiNvM t.i Michigan's Engineering Equipment is Unsurpassed i hs Cuty Mi-up-StuartanDDereeShoimt onBuilding - Up Well. ehBulig 1h t vv te t i ~s uildng oi 1Iesi tis-ay aftrnon ths r owdttioI f 5ttti ithlbsstheilirtsi (rsitir oltheci msa ii st aorslai t Perilriy FM sldl hidirhoIistsis tialy rss...…

September 28, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 2) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY .a. .. ®... . aa 1'VH1F11I C 1-I MA N DhAil .V_ BEST IN THE LAND. fffifff~fffffff~ff I III. 11.I£I3 IT re1iI.Iow;' W E E WOULD HAVE: l tiil ,a.. ,1, ... ,I ( lIt im (1Coti d liiia, I(') S e e Fl lows 1ar a-.1'____}11ee .Here, A ai iio ol lt d t}'( Ill Elii tnI ttli iiide - l I lifee t d c . 1 It 1 1'(wII t I-i( V(tt f v lt t a -t I1t F. tcl tilt-a taI it 2ilia5c -il a rounidt it a nd Il 't'a rt + istta- l<itIla aiiw te best ...…

September 28, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 2) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Hoag s Home Supply Store t ~Corner Main and Washington Streetse Fish Nets, Padiocks Waste Btasktes, Brusihes, CasrI Rack",: * Purses aintlPiinks-tlionl-;, K-t etes, Scis,i, P -cis P' iltt ei, Ash $ S Tray s, Piper -t Vet its, mSitiicn et,,tiali, ,I iw(ls, Strtipsan ° t t ipeRaksat-popular11 prices.Tills ts the lwtcx E. Gj0 . e iii I itt * Buclel ie a1ri rde 0 F uo Fall Fashions are Ripe Suits = Top Coats = Rain Coats L. ADL...…

September 28, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 2) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY OYSTER Are uaware of tow [Y[RCUI&N6CO.Y ii- Will give free of charge with evecry puircae of ating Ilcasdejarl r's A $12.OQSUIll OR OVERCOAT, for lie Rcasl Ladies adGentlemen... + 9- A Pedometer .f ----' Leading Clothiers, Batters, Furnishers +lnDyad~iJI A pedoeiter wil regis- .*. 0tn DtaydndsNahtce. 09-111 [ast Washington SI. Arkansas, Texas, Mexico i CALIFORNIA Are Best Reacted via a' St, Louis, World's F air City, i: rAND ...…

September 29, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 3) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily VOL. XV. ANN ARBOR, MICH., .THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1904. No. 3 [I[RCE PRACTIC 'Varsity and Reserves Struggle for Fifty Minutes-Graham's Work Pleases Spectators-Another Scrimmage Today. It, 1is0v1'ylevidentIthal(Coach Yos has no in lenI 1101f snding an 1unt1ried leven oup gainol ('ase in Salturday's gatme. as lhe put he men11 hrough a scrimnmage yesterd'(ay whlich latedi nearly 'fityminulles,. wihly (one01 shortbhrathing 011...…

September 29, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 3) • Page Image 2

…0 j d ' _ -«* - - ., + f « + + - . . . , . + - -W - - - 4 .- + - -6. . _« « .v .- .+ ® . . o a s a a s* + +s.-0. _ ®. =.r. (0 CIO= }f } : .r O J O f l . o 0 /} : O a cd"J i- 4-C 3-P+7-i4^w t-4 .y O--i-if v ): a~ 0-f l,, r -1 c cd al r Hc ; '. C/1 +++*+~ .41 S 4 .. , . . . : r ' ayri+ta-ar a! w i " .. ir 'ii. TY}-6. SF K: .- . :l. CL Jf _ LU v rr _ tz f 1. v 12 s f z t. r :- : f , .* .= ; . °r ;f ; 'v f 1- 0 4, a 0 4 4 4F (/) 4t Q U rf :3 L-4 ~...…

September 29, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 3) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY j+j,+}4j,«.jo,+tjj+,j;«+r jf+j*aj+«j+ij.s*ij.,rj++ .,j+7..j ' 't+s~«x'+. ,$,:+j 4 ~ EFORE YOU SPEND A DOLLAR For Clothing, Hats or Furnishings 4. !'id Llis.'s Sticis. 211 lSth lain street. inils lor' the f amsouss + HART, SHAFFNER & MARX . Line of Soits, 0vercoats, Rain Coats and Odd Trousers., + +4 AT Bnesadrnat + MACK & CO.'S b nesadPnat + ' of 'IT.sod all1Fraterity ('clors-also I 'toos asd Plannsstt of all ; (tls s Celles...…

September 29, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 3) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY THI1[ WAUK-OV[R MHOE CWIPANY / (FORMERLY PURITAN) Wil h peaedto see you 'at their store, I 1 I Sootb Main Street, where acomipletelhne of *their celebrated{ " ~WALK-OVER SHOES' In 1904 Fall Styles will be seen, at $3.50 and $4.00.+ R. J. HOFFSTETTER, Manager. The Walk-Over Shoe Co., 111 South Main St. Study wth a Good Light TrHE WEL.SBACH READING LAMP ALL. 5 1 Al ALL PRdICES The Ann Arbor Gas Company. I A D L DJARLINIG & MAL...…

September 30, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 4) • Page Image 1

…T ich igan VOL. XV. NO R[SEIRVES Consequently No Scrimmage Yester-' day-Coach Yosts Emphatic Remarks-Carter, Love and Doty Out. ANN ARBOR, MICH., FRIDAY. S>.,PT-IMBLR <>0, 1904. S[NIOR CLASS [ELECION '41W [I37 Y FI[LD First Ticket Alreudy Out-Big In- Brink'.. ull Nearly Finished-Pro- terest Manifested-Close Con- po so dL. c ._n. of Diamted and test Predicted. ( Gridi:on-':Vork Bieing __ Fu hed Rapidly. i--iliii - classc liic r, slurs cstrn tis...…

September 30, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 4) • Page Image 2

…iTlE MII'H14iiAN D)AILY [HE-i MCAWAN LDAILY. Y. A.------------...m , l Six h~~~~~lt' i v e s ti(, ttndd h See Here, Fellows!(,i . W VU " 7C hue i15 II 1ttr te nn.C.A t0 I A*f r .t.i I liy I I . Itses".sl IsIs o sl At as vnig ( t la Ii swas informahl wtss s Itlt bt''r, Ioneof ty best y, f I.0 ,I Il I~r 'I lii s si l ,ssls'1 hs n<. sin I - plote in the city tossb ty " iI 1 . 11 II lSitigsiEdioirI. STANLEYX BAthS . h1a1111- tli i ieslle t I AII"I...…

September 30, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 4) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY Hoag's Home Supply Store tCorner Main and Washington Streets $ x Fish Nets, Paulocks, Waste Baskets, Brushes, Card Racks, * *Purses auxd Pouketbooks, Kuilxes, Scissurs, Tacks, Iictures, AshI} , T1ray s, Paper \XVei ;ht-,, SinokiugSeSoaups., Tuowels, Strops aud I o Pipe Racks at popxulartiipce-. Thiis is the place, n ot E. G. HOAG. ot . Burc hfield's Fin T ailoring : .. Tra de Guarantees...x lxtd stee You tie nli tiftl ai r r...…

September 30, 1904 (vol. 14, iss. 4) • Page Image 4

…jl 3I1iCIIAN DAILYg Lal5ftf *#t# yt ing +Headquart(: ers foatigti lal I adioes anid Gentlermen.... ' - : - . .,-.., Vd : ... r ~ +r Vl vy $11.'v 8 '®'a i ' r aa ' 1%{' S34i Y ' +' S l ., ;" -: .;. p; . . , : Arya wre ofow er' Iousolo QCJI.',R[Y R CO o:strte I"IIOR10u 1v a A $12.00 SUIT OR OVERCOAT, 0 Il A redometer SLeading Clothiers, flatters, [urnishers *4 A~ A odornotoer Owil loregs- e; te~r toe odottance. *o109-111 [ast Washington St. * 1 ...…

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

…he Michigan Daily VOLUIE XVI ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1905 NUMBER 1 FOOTBALL MEN AT WORK IN EARNEST ASSOCIATION DOINGS. STUDENTS POURING Men Go Through Stiff Workout in Preparing for This Season's Hard Schedule. That Michigan has the hardest task in winning the western championship this year that has been faced since the advent of "Hrry Up" Yost and his methods is evidenced by the fact that the coach, although not sending...…

September 26, 1905 (vol. 16, iss. 1) • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY .+ ... .f THE MICHIGAN DAILY. crning the policy of the paper have STUDENTS POURING INTO ANN G. . W L enmade in the kindliest possible man- ARBOR DY THOUSANDS. Drawing Inlstrlmfenlts Entired as second-class matter at the Ann her.' Arbor Postoffice The management wishes tlte student (Continued from page 1.) for bS atsediylodyer - . ody this year to feel that the Michigan .- - -the ribhons and the attendant maideiisENI ER OC.Pu...…

September 26, 1905 (vol. 16, iss. 1) • Page Image 3

…®e. THE MICHIGAN DAILY SPALDING'S DOBALL GUIDE FOR. 1905 Edited by WALTER CMP C."ontaiing the newly revised OFFICIAL PLAYING RULES and pictures of leding reams, embracing oner 2,500 plyes Prc oe For sale by all Newsdeer. Atlti Goods Dealers aid IDearment Stores. ( A. C. SPAL.DINIG ft BR OS. NuEwYOsRi CHICAGO DNaVR SAN FANsesse Spalding's cattstiiganof alt athletic spors m ailed free to any address. GEORGE BISCHOFF FLORIST Choice Cut Flowrs-a ...…

September 26, 1905 (vol. 16, iss. 1) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ill -- Hockifig'Valley Ry. CONTINUES ITS EXCELLENT TRAIN SERVICE You will find Four Trains Daily From Toledo Carrying Parlor Carson Day Trains Sleeping Cars on Night Trains Union Depots in Toledo snd Co- lumbus S. B. CLARK, 32 Campus Martius Detroit, Mich. 5PENDYOURVACIO ON THE,'tGREAT LAKES y' V-( 00 0 fly RdO _ - Q s V1eAt BErt, EE oeEE e4-o ,fACW ACIS a" MICHIGAN' SUMMER RESORTS. TIME TABLE DETROIMvOCLEVELAN D Lease DET...…

September 27, 1905 (vol. 16, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan D.ly ANN ARBOR,\ICHI{IA NV\\lDNloE l I 911A B ' I - 27, 1905.N. Vol'.. Xii TNTo. 2 FIRST SCRIMMAGE. "PEX"BEGINS HIS THIRTYXflFT H Scrubs Furnished Little Opposition- -Eleven Men atlraining cable to tery lilcl y IterdylbyCoach o11 Pirekicked -rIff1for11the1s1r11st) a 1111d1 11111after a 111n 1111ne '1mi 11t1 of l1 '[hescu1 swee1hef1gve the hall 5111101af1e11being1u1n111111111111 lnabo 01111110tri lsuredee1 i. afe and lay1 1k pa...…

September 27, 1905 (vol. 16, iss. 2) • Page Image 2

…Ti sl lIa C 1)Nt G. H. WILD° Leading MERCHANT TAILORS Thte largest stok in the City of excuite S styei Wooles for ( ltetlemen wear. Of S high-lace farics'nd 95 spec ial tle for t- SG. H. WILD & CO. 00 311 S. State St. B ARG0A IN S IN BOOKS i Youwould sav emoney hy yourt' boks atthe Students' Bookstore 320 State St. Boleks for al l D eparteents of te I itereil. THOUSANDS OF SECOND-HAND BOOKS AT HALF PRICE Medical Books Chemical Boks engineerin...…

September 27, 1905 (vol. 16, iss. 2) • Page Image 3

…MOWN:01I~f; N it f, lFor Art and Skill in Iailoring MONEY LOANED Decorations for Students' Roooms... Cl or Watthos. trtoott. tiv-ry FURNITUREC, RUGS, CARPIIS, J)IAIERtoS, STIN,, SMOKING toi Utitaot-t oo-tric SES, OST 5, , U. OF M. SOU~VNIRS. SA04B4CH IEAs ,CON W. J. It,0 CRt 1-tuo Banners in Splendid Assortment TeRecognized F irsdTiloing Trade of the City "" t"" r tIto 4,3tt 106 EAST HUVRON STREET BusiessStritlyCnfidentia MACK & CO. SPALDING...…

September 27, 1905 (vol. 16, iss. 2) • Page Image 4

…CiCl 7 4 1T1 lAN tDAILY ING oic x iCUFRAMCEC s C 5 DEFRIEIS ART STORE an e thiiemsicfsramed with Coiiec Moldigs Only the Best French (Ias3 is Used. 223 S. Miin St. STUDENTS REGISTER Where the Postman, the Expressinan and you rrends alwayyeloole for your name and address. Tlemost complete and easy of aeses. Cn be used more hours of the week thin any other (or. State &N nverit A QUARRY'S D)RUGi STORE Ohio Central Lines DIRIECT LINE TOLEDO to CO...…

September 28, 1905 (vol. 16, iss. 3) • Page Image 1

…0 The Michigan Dall.y "o>.. V\I . NN \ AICLII(), 151 1Q11 Ifj-k o.'fl+11I [) , S I. V'II[Ii'.I 28, 105,. No.-3 VARSITY WORK SHOW= ING IMPROVEMENT The lia olr, ()lko fat lclia ". in Scrimmage Varsity Easily Scored Four Touchdowns-- Fullback Longman Out of I the Game. 1 o;Crl aisf atlna ll100101, te -411 \01u te sriulll~e S hld oil Nothl i~t1 ,i; l +t. r uld lit in much hotte c~l~lcllhi 0 tai'hil p~r l'( o -t~i )ihllioro )acla lnc"l c re...…

September 28, 1905 (vol. 16, iss. 3) • Page Image 2

…G. H. WILD a 6q9 Leading SMERCHANT TAILORS Ikae large-ta"I tt A tle cit f< ni ~ vc e S tles in Wooln- r itntlemn nwe at(Of A l hh -latss--fabi t It A tpeitaste l fo o- JnG. H.WILD &CO~ v.6 6a 311 S. Sate Si. IfVt oud';eeIookstorc 3201 Sae S. THOUSANDS OF SECOND-IHAND BOOKS AT HALF PRICE MedicalI IBttks Chemnical Bootks Engineering Boks Latin; Grteek, French and (erman IBtttks HEADQUARTERS FOR Dtawing Intumnts and Engineer ing Spplies. Sheehan ...…

September 28, 1905 (vol. 16, iss. 3) • Page Image 3

…'1'. XX C l5ICII ISA N I)A , Y SPALDING'S aFFICIAL .. FOOT BALL GUIDE FOR. 1905 - Edited by WALTER CAM$P p AYNG t I;I. ~v ad pI".ur in' ia emebain vr 0 iacsPrie lOc 1'or sole' by all New, .XI ewr. A1(1111 Goad A. G. SPALDING ra BROS. (iEORUiE BSCHOFF' FLORIST Chio1ieCu~t Flowers .-eced Paiet Chpin St., ietweeIiHurn ad iter Ae. Phn 009. STATE SAVNGS BANK WV. .1. Roth ,Ig. ''.V. SI XXX' WVn. Arnold - I Xe. V. C. Vagha. Ja.II. XX XXXIX C. 7i Mil...…

September 28, 1905 (vol. 16, iss. 3) • Page Image 4

…THE, 10Mis'CTAN DAILY i~our'1"rtittsD til q oiIosd arying Paar -Ai Sise isg sr N 'rait:s V' ('(ti, (Ao) ill, J1H ,C/ C~O iiuiia1 ALWAYS ILEAD-. QUALITY ~OVI RCOA1 S STY LEroc:.s 1<AINCI)AIl VARIEITY S' ITS PRICEh ABlER- IUA -iERIY An id~ps'cisssofol 055 xt'sis e stock by the student lbody is respectfully solicited. .%I .s .t STORES: 200-202 S. MAIN ST. (iRANGER'S SCHOOL FOR DANCING Grsund Floor on Mayo rd Street Opes s aturdtsy .'tcrninit....…

September 29, 1905 (vol. 16, iss. 4) • Page Image 1

…f VXcii XVII ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN.,I RII). \ ' I'III>lIIn 20, l()IIoNo No.. OHIO W ESLEYAN MAY SCORE ON VARSITY Light Work Given Varsity Last Night --Ohio Wesleyan Comes Tomorrow for First Game of the Season. Owing to the excesent heat andel ac- cnilaminnr injuries to players. Coach Yost anid-iDiretor Keene Fitzpatrick de itnot ttoahave a cilagni last riht ind cnisequecntly tecr od 1hicht journieed to Fcy fed wededttheir wiatunomewanrd isl...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY ts tyLeading SMERCHANT TAILORS A The largest stock in Athe City of exclusive styles in Woolens for Gentlemen war. Of S high-class fabrics ad special style for se- ds dents. SG. H. WILD & CO. 311 S. Sae S. IN BOOKS If yon would save money hy your ooks at the Students' Bookstore 320 State St. Books for all Departments of te University. THOUSANDS OF SECOND-HAND BOOKS AT HALF PRICE Medical Books Chemical Books Engineering Book...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY [or Art and Skill in Tailoring 4' Call con SAM BURCHF1ELD & CO. The Recognized First Tailoring Trade of the City 106 EAST HURON STREET MONEY LOAN[P Decorations for Students' Roooms.. . OnHa cthe. llion:o d-. tent-try FURNITURE, RUGS, CARPE;TS, DRAPE.RIES, STEUISSMlOKING and oH High Class Chattel and CJol ateral security. SETS, POSTERS, U. OF 14. SOUVENIRS. W. J. LOUVRIM Banners in Splendid Assortment 104 41hNs-tO Hp-site C...…

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…THE MICHIGAN DAILY BRINGhYORI UNmRAtEDPICCri OS TO REFRI[S ART SOR antdlsave hesframed with(hiet'Mouldings Only the Best French Glas3 is 23Used. 22. Main St. STUDENTS REGISTER Whenre the Posman, the xpressman td you rfrends aways look for your name and address The mot complete mnd easy of acceso. Can le used more hours of the week than any other (or State & NIUniverity A QUARRY'S DRUG STORE Ohio Centra1lLines DIRECT LINE TOLEDO to COLUMBUS Pa...…

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…The Michigan Daily N1,01. X\1IT ANN ARB}OR, MICF{[IJAN, All'lASI 'PI'5>5s1HER 30,1905. Nu. . FRESHMEN WELCOMED. FOOTBALL SEASON ON--- ENGINEERING COURSES. Enthusiastic Singing and Mass Meet- ing Last Night-Screen Plc. tures Made Great lilt. Adry personit eio thought there was a lac o sirt t it Usivrstyofytjet-Several Regulars Not in First To be Stiffened-iore Rigorous Re- OHIO WESLEYJ rAN TODAY qieeto bd gertn 0 tm I ttt sttttttts lita...…

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…THlE MtICHIGAN DAILY GH. WILD Leading -1 MERCHANT TAILORS I iet-Iar gs t ock tin 01 ptuaIry of exclusaiae st losh ill \Wootetrasfor (a' utioumen weat. Of '5 class fabrics anad to.H. WILD & CO. 311II S. State St. 32 0 tte St. I you i--14 icrail u THOUSANDS OF ECOND-HAND BOOKS AT HALF PRICE , ,, 'f iaolKooks 31 ]tsaal a Books 4 i- i rieringisBooks 1 io:(iraa-iF1rench and t crmtan ILooks LADQUARTERS FOR insoterments and Engineer- ing Suppties- ...…

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…TCHE MICHIGAN DAILY SPALDING'S, O FFICIAL. FOOT BALL GUIDE p VoRx1905 Edi~ by WALTER CAMP t'in i tt ev ly- reiscedI OFFICIAL 1L: YlNil ill LES ndc, uses-aofileadinga teatas. mbrc in of -r.> i iclaye, Price Ic I- stl ticiy all Necscci c-itt -. Athletic Goos- Decalers acid Icecap tttrs A. C. SPALDING fu . ROS. \N' Yitus C11Cci-ct ) DENriE Fcc FiAT11 As'Ct Spllin's cail.iitc iof all ahei.sot maiild fee.itay address-a. GEORGE BISCHiOWF FLORIST Ch...…

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…TIlE 1MICIGANlDAIL.Y llockillg Valley Ry. (ONTINIES ITS IE t ELENT TRA1IN SldiVI~Cl Xiccivwill lnsd Four Trains Daily From Toledo Carrying Parlor Cars on Day Trains Sleeping Cars on Night Trains Uncions IDepois 'Iteoll ad ('o- IoIcI ccI~S S. E. CLARK, 32 Campus Martus Detroit, Mich. 15EOORAIO ON THE GREAT LAKES pALE ANCo rI coltoll LA t 5. TSN[ 11.E > TABL oEp DETROITotCLEV ELAN D Lease DETROIT, daily - 10.30 P. M. Arrive CLEVELAND - - 5.30 A...…

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…t n-Woolens oreoa ehoice, ionf 101 11 e lt of Foreign .tnil I1nin, t toiio o* ; We Showe pm, : cin(nd to us for this t ~e pefetly safe iu pliac- n+rpif, enpeel 01 iiin-very hight, Sir -,ie o toiliieeean ordert u II (w IBtz ill ou r lielee iiith al t11ol1,il 11,'1iee ~oy If we 11na ( iiyour liitnci s il i take c'lre if itself. (0.Ii. WILI)CO. 311 S. State St. IF 0 1 WiIHiT Save lMoney oi y or I Boiks tnd I totru- too its buy at The Students'IBo...…

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