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The Age of a Shirt. It Will Last as Long Phinsical Exams.
as the iuttonhotes. The spring physical examinations
"A shirt lasts just as long as the are now being given at the Gymna-
f buttonholes," said a local shirtmaker, as sium every afternoon from 2 to 4
he gathered up his measure and took ,
the length of his customer's arm. "The wl ae regis o te blnk
putting in and taking out of buttons and wi l please register on the blanks
b the attaching and detaching of collars outside of the Director's office.
and cuffs causes more real wear at the 59 KEENE FITZPATRICK, Director.
buttonholes and near them than any-
thing else. But if shirts are subjected
only to legitimate wear they would last WANTED - A ticket for the last 3
a short time enough. But it is the Festival concerts. Address or call
laundries that play hob with them. The evenins rts. rass D rILY.
laundryman stands in the same relation on (evengs) N. care DAtLY.
to the shirt-maker that the humorous
writers say the Doctors stand to the Bicgcle Men.
undertakers. Without laundries the
demand for shirts would decrease 40 per All candidates will receive instruc
cent, and some of us would have to go tions daily as to training from Direc.
out of business. It's the enormous tor Fitzpatrick at Athletic Field.
pressure that is exerted in putting the
shine on the bosoms that wears the J F. MCLEAN.
shirts out in the laundries. The only
places where there is hard wear is Parties having rooms to rent and
around the buttonholes. The laundries table board for visitors at the May
do the rest. The pressure near the Festival will nlease leave their ad-
buttonholes where there is slight wear
soon tears them out and then your shirt dress at the School of Music.
is done for."
"What is the remedy ?" the shirt man The Women's League will give an
"Go to a laundry where they know entertainment followed by a dance at
how to handle the work properly, where the Women's Gymnasium on Satur-
they give a domestic finish. Your day evening, April 29, at 8 o'clock.
shirts will last twice as long. You All members of the League are
understand there is only otie placein cordially invited.
the city that has the machinery thatcoealyivtd
will do it. I believe it's the Grand
Laundry. I hope there won't be many LosT-A $20 bill. Finder please
more of them get the machinery. It return to J. R. Frew 306 North
will cut down my sales" and the shirt
man sighed at the prospect of good State St, and receive reward.
laundries and a decreased demand for
shirts.-Detroit Eveoing News. The Ann Arbor R. R. will sell excursion
The above laundry is represented in tickets for the following meetings at one fare
Ann Arbor by the Students Laundry lee the round trips
tniersity of Michiga Musical Festisal, Asic
Association, Wm. Vought & Wm. Fox, Arbor,Mich. Tickets on sale May 10, 11, 12
Agents. 202 South State, New Phone 441. andi.nRtrnsue t .May ...
Internatioalu Coniventioin Y Mt. C. A. at North F
2Anerica,Oaid Rapids,Mich. Tiackets on sale
May24 otid 25. teturnolimitMayt29.
The average number of in-patients elationaon Anrio nTravelrs Prote Tickets a
in the homeopathic hospital of the sale May 15 and 10. Return limitay 21.
Aanual Meeting GermaasBaptists, Roaokea,
University, for the month of March, Va. Tickets on os May isss and at. Re--
wa 3 which I the larges t nmbrturn imit June d4.
was us, as lpnumber ..anaaBaptistAnniversaries, San Francisco,
in the history of the institution, and Cii. Tickets on sale May 14,15 and 16. Return
10 more than the legitimate capacity MeetingO Old Order German Baptists, union
f the hospital The receipts for the Bridge,d. Tickets on sae May 1, 19, and f
same period amounted to $1,386.93,For the AnnalMeting General Assembly
P Presbyterian church in United States, Minne--
which is within $390 of the total apolis, Minn., at one fare for the round trip,lus
yearly receipts four years ago. '342a.May 15, 16 and 17, with return limitJ une
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