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January 25, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 83) • Page Image 3

…: Hi MICHIGAN DAILY II +«+I+ +++OI I++* ++InP 4-q 4 a o44 x.5>pg. 3 4i irh fTra de You the inc We always ens. We ll and can se inkS's-per] field's Fine Tailoring G uaran tees... ost skillful and artistic service to be had anywhere. carry a large and complete line of seasonable wool- ate the agency for Beach & Newel's Custom Shirts, ; owv you a large, beautiful and exclusve line of shirt- feet fitting Burchfield's Fine Tailoring Trade, 106 E. H...…

January 25, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 83) • Page Image 4

…THIS MICHIGAN DAILY / A'S' ®®' " '1 ' ®'1f* ' . '''' * ' ' '"fM 41'^ ' ,. .'".*.**. " °.i" *..+°*°' -i**;-.t*' '"j'' 'j4. 'i* ' w" Mackintosh'~s lofftee lOc CAIJ(INS 324 So. State January Slaughter Sl :BARGAINS! BARGAINS! BARGAINS! In Men's, Boys' and Children's i Winter Clothinga1 Underwear ,*CUTTING, REYE 'l& GU ®109=11 1 E. Washington St. ANN ARBOR WAS HTENAW LIGHT & 13OWER CO 200 11. WA'4ItNcON SI. Collegemen findu grateful degree of I com...…

January 26, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 84) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily ANN ARBOR, MICH., THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, i905 NO. 84 TRACK WORK. Feete Jump.s S F'eet, I I Inclhes - tiarrels to es Fast Lap- First "I~ne Frials of the Year. c];ci tt t]rt u itlr. '1' noc a in {) 'Will"l e1I f ( 'l ; d 1 1 0 1 0 V I_ ' '''' - 1 Y 1' I 't , < ) a tr','1.1', )u 1> I J HOP DECORATIONS, Plans for the 1906 Hop-Innovation in the Shape of a Smilax Roof. ;l° ll)ihd the rtask n'forrthemo. All c ra ca~lllitt~c S II the...…

January 26, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 84) • Page Image 2

…+ N o0 le I + THE rlI CH lOGA N DAILY. IAE WO(JTLD HAVE fI~te.c L eoc ':s ats i ~c n *r>) Pourni-e IYOU TO KNOW n fIh tw1r MOanab it a t~gintg Editor, J. STANLIEYFHALE. d Bus~in.essMngr, CLAtJL)LA. 11H.MPSON.j * OUR NEW STORE o11 3 31r South State Street + +j hAil ic ----- -_- ( Ixr cri~ e .. .. .. ... .. ... . I ph Y. K err « t~ xf 1or n .................Ida it. ltrocwtrirg IThat outr New Woolens for l ).trae arry11.Andtrew: the comting fall ...…

January 26, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 84) • Page Image 3

…''1 1 I il11CI 1I( .5 5- ) I~. SAllmaOvercodis 1} offSII 1= offre\M\B\pic $22.00 OVERCOATS nsow $16.50 $20.00 OVERCOATS now~e $15.00 $1.00 OVERCOATS now ~'$13.500 $16.00 OVERCOATS now'$12.0 $15.00 OVERCOATS rowes~ $11.25 $12.00 OVERCOATS nowse $9.00 217 So. MaLI* n St. . IMPORTED STEINS Thetinesii.t collectioniof 1,1_. crinofac- tured ,steinis iin ich, 111, ,_.Ii ([ ,:tciii s, are dispilaic~t )1Oas frlefi i t ici i 1-- -X. Ai sire or irstylie ...…

January 26, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 84) • Page Image 4

…'I II 1 . 1 ' 1 fi 1 t':: \ 1) \ T I,1'. P 11 T G $3250 Walk=Over$4mOO Study witha Good Light >n hee s no betterlight than r THE EWL.SBACH REiADING LAMP ALL STYLES> Al ALL PR6ICES. The Ann Arbor Gas Company. FOR MEN and WOMEN Oxfords, tZ iTti ,. \ ?X ".. ; ARRIVED for the "1"l HOP Spaldinq's AUhetiu iAlmanac iOfffcial) for 1190)5 EI]T ,D BY ,SAS. F. STILL VAN p' i,1 1- ' () I l~ The oenycomplsetelboo}iof Athlic Records PRSICE 1it)Ci> Ii' A. 6....…

January 27, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 85) • Page Image 1

…The, Michigan Daily ANN ARBOR, MICH., FRIDAY, JANU]ARY 27. 190-5. No. 8~ LITS VERSUS LAWS. llllnter department lDebate To night on rimary Reform -True- blood Says -Best in Years." 221 11 1 I ltc ',n1111l11ctt21 1tu l itl old d a l'i , r< lik e H e n n} a nd 1ip -1 1222.111 12,. ca'l stp "'t tcc( ~ ~ ~ ~ .1, le11121 net;td d bttn n sti11 t th1I1,1c11d a e p l 1111 al o I l ( t a c h c l t s tt 1111 t+ tc itt es i g. I tA~t' r TI~eldo d 1ai 21o ...…

January 27, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 85) • Page Image 2

…TTilE1 ICI-TIGAN DAILY. , ,..,...."" THE MlCHIGAN DAILY, himt liv the Mlichighan hoard of cotrtol. 0 *-1li h o nei tiiiiiii act ion ws a re - , S E WOU'LD H-AVE CEntred as secn'td-class a atler at the Ane afirimiationi of raie No. 13, ofitheWet-~ TVYArbor lestoffie. ern InitercoliegiateConfernce,. which Congre YOU TO KN"" uilintied dailyl(Aeoda exce pteddinlg the prohitbits copetition in athletic con icniirOlnPhneyrat e117 C. Wa 'hincetacstree...…

January 27, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 85) • Page Image 3

…_ THE "MICHIGAN DAILY. I-Burch field's Fine Tailoring Trade Guarantees... You the most skillful rod artistic service t be had anywhere. We always carry a large and complete line of seasonable wool- ens. We have the agency for Beach & Newel's Custom Shirts, * and can show you a large, beautiful and exclusive line of ohirt- ings-"perfect fitting. Blurchfield's Fine Tailoring Trade, 106 E1. Iuron H OA G Presents comiplimuents of the oeason 'to th...…

January 27, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 85) • Page Image 4

…fiT iI A X 1-I) AXII.T Y Mackintosh's Toffee lOc A " January. Slaughter Sale BARGAINS! BARGAINS! BARGAINS! In Men's, Boys' and Children's Winter Clothing x Underwear SCUTTING, REYER & CO * 109=111 E. Washington St. ANN ARBOR ca Going Home? West * . or Southwest? ~ Missouri Pacific RY. *ORj I Iron Mountain Route ! FINEST SE_.RVICE; I..j'ICIKEST 1 IIt; 4 i. xxxvt' zli i e.x'' lix: xx .,u xl 1t* xxx li xx xin '. ' ti l li- +. l kl ix xx xxsl /epe...…

January 28, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 86) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily ANN ARBOR, MICH., SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, 1905. No. 86 WISCONSIN DEBATING \l lo I tIGA hOClETY IN -NEWl TEAM CHOSENYRK 'it ~rt til Itotquet otfttoheliclh 'hlrkey, Kenny and Rippel Win Out iat socioety of New York COttoi wa in D~ebate the Michigan Team held at the I itl Astor 'Tltttrsday tighit Chooses Negative Against Coch hoot po~resett d lusres- Wisconsin. iii' tett t, 111000 1. y P, Mic1t __________ oe adecitedtlet it Other...…

January 28, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 86) • Page Image 2

…I T H E MICHIlGA N DAILY. IW E WOUTLD HAVE:Zi YOU TO KNOW f THE I1CH IGAN DAILY. E(ntrix as is xxxiii xlass wi ter atthe Ant A S(KIIA], R]" That we are doing business at OUR NEW STORE 311 South State Street That our New Woolens for the coming fall trade are now ready. That we make superb gar-I ments for gentlemen. { That we appreciate your trade :and respectfully solicit a continuance uf the same. G.H WILD CO. rAILORS $ 311 South StatSre . NOr...…

January 28, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 86) • Page Image 3

…TllEf'MICHIGAN DAILY. +++++.444444+ ++4- 4 ....4. .44444 if -+4, 4441 *C 14 +C I +4 I *- 000 00.&-.0 - tAll Overcoats mke vi eso"~:Id t14ofrcua rc S M I IMPORTED STEINS t$22.00 OVERCOATS nw$i6.50 cietono o $20.00 OVERCOATS no 15.00 toredl Steinls ins rich, ha'lldo $18.00 OVERCOATS riows $13.50 $16.00 OVERCOATS n~ow $12.00 displayed by us for the first $15.00 OVERCOATS mo $1125 + or style yoti may' wanlt at frI $12T00 OEC~OATSnow$9.00 {$2.90? $...…

January 28, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 86) • Page Image 4

…THlE MICHIGAN DAILY. 106 111 M $150WeI ak-Ove r$4.OO I KADALL IP H 0 T 0 G A P H E K I I r Study with a Good Light FO There is no better light than MEN THE WELSBACH READING LAMP an ALL STYLES AT ALL PRICES. h The Ann Arbor Gas Company. x WOMEN i i ._ a a ?j 1 : i Ir , 1 _ - R mil xy _ , " Yr "f f/I ^'i6' *11 W t si ARRIVED for the "J" HOP A. G. SPalding & Bros. O1old lof OoO)i oo0.Xoa l tl ee Spplies ATHLETIC IMPLEMENTS BASE BALL BASKET BALL G...…

January 29, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 87) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily ANN ARBOR, MICH., SUNDAY, JANUARY 29. 1905. No. 8 7 TIME TRIALS. STUDENT COMMUNICATIONS' SENDS CONGRATULATIONS. !THE GREEN-EYED MONSTER Atirtuat Preexam Test Held in Gym An Expression of Position in Mich= Michigan Senator Shows His Inter= Comedy a Success-After the Per= yesterday--(iarrels Equals Rec= _ igan Politics and Fancy Dres s est in IDebating by a Letter to formance there was but a Sin- ords for Two Laps. Party as- t...…

January 29, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 87) • Page Image 2

…IIll; NIC11.11(1 NN I)A1NuN f.. ... .... +."" THE 1I C H I CAN DAILY.I W E WOULD HAVE : IItr s1,nd . nttr 5 teAnn "Taweare dinlg business at f ' c o~cg s. f aaigEditor, J. STANLEY BALEY. BuiesMnger, CLAUDE A. THOMPSON. OUR NEW STORE ® News__________.. __AnsocIT~. POUNDi Ecngs................. oseh Y.Kr Womni........... ...Ida M. Brownrgg EDItiU~tlAL STA FF: That our New Woolens for j A. 1t. raere Hiarry 11. Andrews the coining fall trade are I...…

January 29, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 87) • Page Image 3

…H~E MICHIGAN DAILY. "**1+4++4tIdh1+** * tI4 Blurch field's Fine Tailoring Traide Guarantees... YoU ti lit I ikil ad artist-isrvice to he had any where. + 1 O I '-Iii t iand complelte line of seasonable wool- ties. giC,'xfor Doach & NooK sCostomtiShirts, an 1 li to ue autilul and exclusive line of shit - Blurclhfield's fine Tailoring Trade, 106 E. Huron H O H G lxil,,oa ( tingsthatappel tothe tudet. hop ing to 1001 n anl tsee u. DOrpir cs trilh...…

January 29, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 87) • Page Image 4

…ii CrVT('111 A >7 l9A1125 Macki ntosh's Toffee 10c CALKINS 324 So. State [12 AV1 lu1iiiqt 5u.I TH TESPRESS Pites. Collegemen find a grateful degree of comfort and service in the Brighton Flat Clasp Garter. Now worn by near= ly two million met.. U~sfM BARBES HOP - Antiseptic -'-\ and ATH ROOMS. 0 4 . R. Trjanawki, 322 Stht State St. 9 i Pckwck BFOWLING ALLEY S. ROTTENSTEIN, Proap. 707 N. Vni-".Ave.. BAILEY & EDMUNDS~ Giuns - Fishing Tacke - Amm...…

January 31, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 87) • Page Image 1

…The Michl i Dil ANN ARBOR, MICH., TIWSDAY, JANI.ART 31,i, 95. No. 8 00TJBALL GAME WITH ILLINOIS Champaign Eleven Will Appear on Perry Field Next Fall--Other Fotball D~ates to be An- flounced Soon. w.- " - =mot - .: ,, n s" i PLANS FOR THE JUNIOR HOP Arrangements for 1906 Hop Com- pleted---Lane to Le~ad (irand March A New Frate'rnity Admitted- Suppier Arra ngements. - 11at P ,r id"1t T i1 ) 11)1 jtt11 1 l 't rtC11E j iil~ ill r- ( <,11 \lich i<...…

January 31, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 87) • Page Image 2

…11. 7IITCIIG XX DT)T Y. **....f..........******THE 11IC H IlGA N DAILY. li\N 2 E WOUJLD HAVE Enerdasse d(-Isiot tccattor itthe Annititii1 Tha fearedoig Jine at: a ily;ag E da exe. S TEY BALngtEY ldc d a-,nlclo h o * 3c od tt tet Aollgleo .a 173 . asitnstret - In I111 tn tt tc 1nThat wourNewdong ooliessfr A.N Oaetlry .Aura.1 ii p \Theit c thecooing falatrdenre Ed iteJ SALY BA BuoinesA.ManagrA UDAr.urTHog O .1i1itv' l an Ic. ict sc ti lURtNEW ST...…

January 31, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 87) • Page Image 3

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY. All Overcodtsnludiing tAItiTFSHAl"'NR.\ IM OR ED ST IN MAR' Al O eroasmakexxwill be sold at 1=-4 xiif re ixrxice $22.00 OVERCOATS nuow $16.50Th finest collectioxi if imiport ed (Germxanx xxanxfac- $20.00 OVERCOATS nw$15.00txurexd Steins in rich, haxndsomeii, uique~x pattersxre $18.00 OVERCOATS n~ow $13.50 displayed liy ns for the firsxit time iiii~s xek. Any ;size - $16.00 OVERCOATS nsow $12.00 xrsyeyx a vn il ix $15.00 OVE...…

January 31, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 87) • Page Image 4

…l'IEI Tili I TC TG A NDATILY._ FA.NDA.LL IP H O TO G R A P HEI R '5WaI k-Ove r$4.OO ...* ! t 7.. . , J+ .,r "."J ^r. Study with a Good Light T hre ob eer lighst than?, S THE WELSBACH READING LAMP ALL STYLES AT ALL PRICES. The Ann Arbor Gas Company. FOR MEN and WOMEN r ' _ 1; , . ' ; ,'., ,1 ly' r/ }' ,I S / ARRIVED for the "4J" HOP or Lace 111 S. Main St. A. G. Spalding & Bros. IL:1te 1-g e te. eel St u e t ] 111 ATHLETIC IMPLEMENTS BASE BALL ...…

February 01, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 89) • Page Image 1

…The Michigsan Daily 4,xv. ANN ARBOR, MICH., \NTE)NivTDAY, IFEBRU'ARY 1, 1905 No. 89 COLONEL ALDRICH. Pani0u Journalist Will Speak this Afternooni Tappan Hall-Sub- ject,'"The Old and the New.' "tvi1 0111. : n 1'cd 01 onr. "Ill1 of ' c tral 1;!. Tl 0nh i lu ita: 1 hi~ t1 ,11 II 11 1 the 1e :11 11 '11 111:1 I" 11Ills 111r v.1ltil ~1.rtlc ti1111 -l.t, io 31 ~rc as 11 ha l 1 ~c t ., i c r :i s pc l~ llr 0. 1 I 11.1 111t of 0c una1tlc t t1 r14 c: 11...…

February 01, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 89) • Page Image 2

…TI II'. MTCITIIG XXTDAITY. e~eeeeeeeeeeeeee THE I ICH IGAN DAI LY.1 ~AE WOULD HAVE hEnterd ashndclas tera te An viYOU TO KNOW *Li -il(l teeu etddre h oole I-ei'year. a I Wshingto teet *61(1 P'hee 52: newehne;i * That we are doing business at: Managing Editor, J. STANLEY BALEY. Business Manager, CLAUDE A. THOMPSON. OUR NEW STORE f klIlTORlS 311 South State Street Athletics ----------Ct~ytte L. Dhew Extchanges............Joseph Y. Kerr Womten......…

February 01, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 89) • Page Image 3

…TIlE. MICHIGAN TDAILY. STrad~ei You the n Fe w aysc ens. Weh an( cdleando i11 5 -' e I I I -+I -I *4~ ~ Ill ~*I t~ ~4'~t ~. z el d's Fine Tailoerin~g Guarantees... ast skillul and artistic service to he hail anywhere. earry a large and complete line of seasonable wool-« acve the agency for Beach & N.\ewel's Custom Shirts, )w yoa a large. heautiful and exclusie tine of -hirt- feet fitting'. Burchfield's rine Tailoring Trade, 106 Ei. Huron DISH-...…

February 01, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 89) • Page Image 4

…l"IlE MIChIIGAN DAILY. C «!++' +J.s+3s«!ta!«a>w aQi«Y .Ja Yi. a4 . "t _t.y "1""t, One Night Out to:4 FLORIDA ________fVI Big Four Route January Slaughter Sal BARGAINS! BARGAINS! BARGAPI In Men's, Boys' and Children's 14*4$ 10!: '+ WitrCotigo11.newa ~. From Detroit and ToledoWitrlohn Udewa S(UNION DEPOT IN BOTH) Toldo an + Nodsgeal rnfr CUTTING, REYER & Calinti + O Nois_______Trasfes_19=11_E Washington St. ANN ARBOR WieBgFour Agents for Informa...…

February 02, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 90) • Page Image 1

…X.1 0 m a 0 0 e gA= = iii co 2 NUN f 'J. W _ J " _ I i _ r I ! I C~ . T I a f. .. W f . R . " ; 1, i' -r s ..-' ' '-' -, .+ J " " .j, '. r 1' r ,,,, J. y- .° .. 'J. _ . .' T J 'l . ,. . _ _. _s- ' = ' i .,. r !: ... .: . r . ,. r r !. ®. r v .J: r _ {; % !'; 7 _ .- . tr f "--- J. ^ .-. .. .- a r ,_, r r . °J. ,J r,. . 'f r; _ !'; ~ / f r. : T r r A , ^ f rr ',. -,. , _ " pt wr H _ -' ,_., . f y 1 f .. ~ . " : J ... ,.,,,, ... 'f. r ._ J F, F= ...…

February 02, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 90) • Page Image 2

…IICIIIGAN DAILY. ++ ..ge. +r~ ...o..THE MIICHIGAN DAIL_.Y.1 I E fE WOULD HAVE rtmeTCd.5S(ttj-':Yinto3LtieAmjIl : YOUJTO KNOW Iai -l1lllv11lC-1pdOeioh f l * ,.c, ye i at 117} .1. I:t i gton street.J 1 * Telat we are Going bll-.Illess at Manaooging Editor, J. STANLEY BIALEY. * ®*1Binesso Manager, CLAUDE 7A. THOMPS ON. i : OUR EW STORE 07)T)1 311 South State Street ---A-------------- Clta Cr,. Ire : yews ---------------1------ - - ARTtuttU.t PtON...…

February 02, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 90) • Page Image 3

…THE TMICHIGAN TDAILY. All lnetl tdtn, I IAISHAH1,-N IR aMARX AlOvercoats 7zto 1,ill hetosold at, 1=4 off iegulariate .$22.00 OVERCOATS mowtn $16.50 $20.00 OVERCOAT'Sno $15.00 $18.00 OVERCOATS n~ow~ $13.50 $16.00 OVERCOATSno $12.00 $15.00 OVERCOATS r.o-tn $11.25 $12.00 OVERCOATSnw $9.00 IMPORTED STEINS I'ihe finest colletion of imot ritd Clrinaiotanuf. c-t 1 l ured ,Ste ins in richiihandsome ntique pa(1tititern, are displayed by us for the firs...…

February 02, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 90) • Page Image 4

…flfIE ITCITIGA NDAILY. IP HO TOGWKA P H U $350 WaIk-Dye r$4.0 Study with a Good Light Therelisuobette rightlthan * THE WELSBACH R~EADING LAMP ALSYE TAL RCS } The Anm Arbor Gas Company. FOR MEN and WOMEN Oxfords, Button ARRIVED for the "J", HOP or Lace A. G. SPalding & Bros. 11'(rlld l i 1. 12 Solo 0.lilil ATHLETIC IMPLEMENTS BASE BALL BASKET BALL GOLF BOXING GLOVES STRIKING BAGS GYMNASIUM GOODS A. (i. SPALLJ)INGi & BR~OS. NI+'.\S tIll t1100 .0...…

February 14, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 91) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily VOL. XV ANN ARBOR. MICH., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1905 FEBRUARY INLANDER. SPLIENDOR OF THtE JUNIOR HOP Unique Souvenir Numbr - Cleer Stories and Clever orVrk b Student Artists. ral0 tr g1 >sloie. Iti -w l In he 111 I c >on l o ial 1 a Mich> ig n"l 0 ,1a lO01011 1. ul dcls alN iatll e gti n he011 1n ed0o nee1 1f1al1'1O0gaization such as 1th oIcgnto f nadindig oh 111001 11etpn~l o ~h vs Ia 1110t offl 1 , 1ci ie ticst 10 I ere ar...…

February 14, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 91) • Page Image 2

…'1 tE \ijJ F: _1!1c 2I .c : \ \1. :I 'i Y. ,,,,.,...,,..,...r THE 1 IC H IlGAN DAILY.' W E UEWOULD HAVE :i iee st-o >n~d ls atoi:t he:i :'T YOU TO KNOW it *That we are a~~oin inesi t * Managing Editor, J. STANLEY HALEY. Buiness Manager, CLAUDE A. TH1tiPSON. *' (MIPT N'RfXTORTFl -'1' i tti s . 311 South State Street I* Athics-------------- iII .. Dal:N Ne s---------- ----A T R (.II L IEch l s......... . o e h Y. Kerr That our New \Wooleris for ...…

February 14, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 91) • Page Image 3

…Mr IIt II{IGAT< IDAILY. zII Overcod 1s II I SD I IM= f'r tt <E+ LPORTED STFEINS ++ PTe finest collection of imported Germian iian itlac- o $22.00 +OVERCOJATS naow $16.30 +f4 $20.00 OVERCOAkrTow $15.00 +tored Steins in rich, handsome, nns joc patterns, are $18.00 OVERCOATS "onw $13.50 + displayed by us for the first tims this week. Any size + $16.00 OVERCOATS "o $12.00 + $15.0 QERCOkTSmow 11.5 1or Style You May want at fromt $12.0 OER.COAS "W $...…

February 14, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 91) • Page Image 4

…'T 1'.I- M 1(111I 447N 134411Y. KAND-.ATFI I PHOTOQG RA PHELRI Study with a Good Light THLE WELSB~ACH READING LAMP ALL SITYLES Al- ALL PIiCES. [he Ann Arbor Gas Company. $3050Wa kOv $4,OO FOR ARRIVED MEND for and the WOMEN4THO Ox~fords, IButton or Lace A. G. S~aldiug & Bros. ATHLETIC IMPL EMENTS BASE BALL BASKET BALL GOLF BOXING GLOVES STRIKING BAGS GYMNASIUM GOODS A. (G. SI0ALI'D(i A&1BROS. NiW 44 4 )UN 4lilt44 t4 IEW ROUTE TO KALAMAZOO TRAIN...…

February 15, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 92) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily ANN ARBOR, MIH.. WE'lN' cDAY. FEBIRUARY 15. 1905 No. 92 FIRST BASEBALL PRACTICE FINAL CONCERT WOMAN'S LEAGUE NURSE. ALL THE MAGAZINES. Pitchers and Catchers Work Out in on Choral Union Series (iven Last; New Scheme for University Girls- Periodical Room in the Library is Cage - Captain Bird Pleased Night Recital by Miss Muriel Experiment May be Made Now Thrown Open to wsith Candidates. Foster, Contralto. Permanent. Students. ...…

February 15, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 92) • Page Image 2

…NIlIE NICHIIGA\ NI. fff fffff..ffffff.. ITH E IIICHiIGAN'M DAILY. E 1 EWOULD HAVEf "ierda eodca to :i~~titit VYOU TO KNOW *T'hat we are ttOtttP IUtttittenat * Managin.g Editor, J. STANLEY BIALEY. r * *Busines Mana.ger, CLAUDIE A. THOMP'SON. V1 S OUR NEW STORE < 311 South State Street f A.'iltti ----------Ciyi) : I tI)P ED~ITOIALSTAtF: IThat our News Noolens for f*;A. 5t, Glave iHarry i1. Andrew: the comting fall traceo re: 1. Waciteitye now re...…

February 15, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 92) • Page Image 3

…TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY. Bare Jfield's Fine Tailoringy Trade Guarantees...a tit11 t o rs.t a fllt'> a a ti- .tic z ' i eto lof ooaooooltlotoool'. %N7,e o V lii s .r} t a nd o't l li it li ng oftseaslonal le witol e oas. c> haItO ti ,.' fo r tti thu a.ti ox'I t s~ tonitfShirts, B~urchfield's tine Tailoring Trade, 106 EI. Huron 1 C February Clearing Sale! With Astonishingly Low Prices jIncluding YPSILANTI UNDERWEAR jMANHATTAN SHIRTS°q FLEECE AND SIL...…

February 15, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 92) • Page Image 4

…_ _ __--- "r One Night Out to . FLORIDA VIA 4.4 4:Big Four Route + From Detroit and Toledo : . (UNION DEPOT1 IN BOTH) =" Toledo and ." Cincinnati No disagreeable Transfers + Write Big Four Agents for Informa- 6 +4 ion, or + ~L. W. LANDMAN,: *General Agt. "TOLEDO, 0. comfoe 0ond ervio X z1t ? 'Brghto (, Now wrnn findea #y t'womil"o'o'o men. January Slaughter Sale BARGiAINS! B~ARGiAINS! BARGAINS! In Men's, Boys' and Children's Winter Clothing ' ...…

February 16, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 93) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily ANN ARBOR,'MIC'H., THURSDAY, F EBRUARX'16, 1905 MlCHlMAN'S 1904 BA EBALl TIEA M. NO. 93 HISTORICAL RECITAL. Weber, Mendelssohn and Schubert Represented on Yesterday's Pro- gram -WNeber's F 'ninor Con- 'ertstuck Rendered. It was all ntnetlsui 1,1lce a dinc tht lsee o the recital icesterdayi liv E~n y l r Aiivyt lIiochioci. fi Se ciine fctir i ec anl theyprot- Srin, theiItii i che leti yiiioti te Nocy iho litNvre n t vvjiivcii...…

February 16, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 93) • Page Image 2

…THl H]?NICHKI GA N DAILY. w H .w ...... THI [iC H lGA N DAILY.! i W E WOULD HAVE f I.i 'rt se')t iti s i tir i ieAt * VYOU TO KNOW. f E't i eii e i i i ltni t ii t'i ief i tsi ce ii f . 4'x f t4 ~ "t~t' iiiratit:},. iiinnton tret. f Old 'hutnt n eilite i ti N I VI. I NI. :'11:"-'1,AN\ I' " 'That we are uioiug buiesse it Mana~iging IEditori, I. SITANLEYi RAL '1. "4 k__ _. i__._ II In ~l1U~I : OUR NEW STORE : 311 South State Street " 4fewiti s -...…

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…MITI MICHIGAN DAILY. A, ''i*+1++++-r";"+++++3 + . .5. + .1....+..I+ +++++++ Over lcoats ws' lie ;(6i1 at 1 =4 $22.00 OVERCOATS flo $16.50 $20.00 OVERCOATS rnow' $15.00 $18.00 OVERCOATS enw $13.50 $16.00 OVERCOATS no $12.00 $15.00 OVERCOATS fuow$1125 $12.00 OVERCOATS nw $9.00 LUTZ, Zhe Clothier, 217 So. Mainx St. 4 +, +I 4 r-~ ..+o+ + + trar . ros a - - it ;t 'f } t 4 4 } t tt t 4 1 t t 1 SUIT CASES 'he City's Largest Assrtme nt iear'. $1.65 = ...…

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…t1 I1 t'IC11HIIG A : iDAILY. ~WATFIL 1PH OTXO G RAPH E R Walk Over ,J..for.. MN AND ________ Facto ry=Store Study with a Good Light n Ther eisn belter light than THE W LSBACH READING LAMP ALL STYLS AT ALL. PRICES. The Ann Arbor Gas Company. \X'itel it colle sttto ti 511105 usI" 1ittiI~ )111 "' c t' A. G. Shaldin{ & Bros. ATHLETIC IMPLEMENTS BASE BALL BASKE'T BALL GOLF BOXING GLOVES STRIKING BAGS GYMNASIUM GOOD)S A. (i. SPAI.IING & 1BROS. Sus ~...…

February 17, 1905 (vol. 14, iss. 94) • Page Image 1

…The Michigan Daily ANN ARBOR, MICH., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY f-,, 49145 NO. 94 SDY OF "'HURRY UP." WOMEN AS STUDENTS. A CHANGE IN REGENTS. ENTRIES FOR MEET. Oto Evening Record Prints In= Records Show an Improvement Oer1DrXXW.iH. Sawyer Nominated to Suc' terestng [Description of the WXork of L at 'Year Ireshman teed lion. C. ID. Lawton Two (reat Coach. Oir it Fe Conditon. er Precedent Did Not Hold. ,11. 44444_ 1144''4411111,1'44414n n4 41c4 f ~o tit, ...…

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…M 1- IGAN DAILY. IVYOU TO KNOWv 7IIII~iA IAILY. =That we are doing bu'.o44e'. * OUR NEW STORE 311 South State Street. That our New Woolen!'. the coming fall trade.4c Clow ready. That we make suplerIJb ments for gentlemien. IThat we appreciate your tra and respectfully .so1icit1k continuance of ID. r G. H. WILD CO. fAILOS 31 aouthaStateSe. NOTE- Thsof u I Ill 0 i College tText=- Books S ALLI) EI0ARP I11'1E N IS New and Second hand1L Bring ini x...…

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…THE M':IIIGAN DAILY. + +++++ + + + + -Uure hfield's Fine Tailoring Trade Guarantees... YOteno-i 0 ktt allandarit -ic serviceto ie hatiainywhere. f\7( al 01 crr-at-l aar o- and comtpieteolitneseasntable wool1)- ell" -Woh-ito teya on ifor I', ],it 0Newel's(so IOitSits . Burchfield's Fine tailoring Trade, 106 LI Huron 4. 4. 4. 4. 4. +' 4. 4. 4. Foar 1S Days Ending DUI S H SALE iFebruary 15 We tofufer attythitt intootrtr cketnI cp ttttottt itt 41-...…

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…1 Il 11tlk I II DAILY. 1One Night Out to SFLORIDA ~:Big; Four Route From Detro iad4 ied '(UNION DEOTINI'Ix Cinci n nati No disagreeale. Transer Writ Big Four A;as fr I nrn ~L. W. L A ND MA N General Agt. TLIC~U N - Ytj V (ollegemr.-ginfnd . grateful degre of comortn:tnd serice in te l~rjghtui I flat Clsp Grter. Now worn b, near llhomaiis Rowe, lroprietlor. 320 N. Fifth Ave New a iii ,,7ii "ia'1ti1 1..- STENOGRAPHER Fred E. nuter '05 L--w 0 F I...…

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…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...…

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…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...…

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…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...…

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…'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 ...…

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