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April 21, 1911 - Image 4

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Michigan Daily, 1911-04-21

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_ Erna mielIIGAN DAILY
DEBATERS MEET TONIGHTNeTh a r
IN FIRST CLP CONTEST. Ne W hitneyTh a r
IDEAL 'Welphi and(1Jeffersoniaii iebates
meet int+te first of the ii series of TedyA rlZ
OX O D "cup" debates, at eight o'clock tonright T edyA rl2
in room 1 of the dLaw building. The
subject fr debate is: Resslved, That
--- the Uniedt States should fortify the g_ 1
Mde to our specifications Panama canal. The Adephi" teamf 9
ovrthis pp lcast andequ fl uphols the firnative, soil the Jeffer
ovr pplarqa onsste negative. tty'*
in style and detail to our $6.00 The Adelphi society is teseBolser of A
Os e Sc and $7.00 shoes the cuspIrromslast year's series. N et a-,--
___ n eck the Webster.xwiltmnet the Alpha
- r-TTT CO. ,~ Ntu and, later, te winners of the two ""<1
$4.00 and $5.00 W X .I ff ~ ~ .'J cotests will clash in -finals for the cp. m
Stale Sree Admisionoi is fiy the Orafriral Surf-g *
Sign of the big white shoe ety ickersr for the single nunsber, 25;
________________________________________________________GI~RLS' GLE3E CICll DANCE3
1 OL1,OWS ANNUAL CONCERT. A
INDIAN BLANKETS AND CURIOS t vrNrjyld ss1r is ie
ATTE last night by the Girls' Glee Club to an
Slever Novelties rts Eas r ft s So p ilamadIanad appreiatis r audiece us the Schol of
ra,0atr hp m ilamadMyad Music bhall. Thre numsbers ere sng" s, ® f
by the gle elsb. Misses Violet Stevenss
andI Grace Jones gav a duet and Miss + Ah & 1
Minervas fHage resd avery amusing
Seir C pln n icow thsdti~2~~vs11 Prices; 50 -75-$1 .00-$ 1;50-$200 Seat Sale Sat, April 22
Seniors will please call as soon as pssile and have their
measurements taken for Cup and Gown e'\Q-- -
3r!d Foor M~ack d& Co. 3rd Floor
For Particulars Consult Agentse
s H~~~FOMVESEEKERS' EXCURSIONSCI A t r E
Superior ___A__ __
llMcinn t lTRIG NQM TRYI-p
Y \/ SOUTH AND SOUTH-EAST
Tickets on sale May 2 and 16, 1911 Look at torn any
Yb'0 inal ieturn limit 2 das To Dposteaye~ '(oa
igeNrth Carolina, Tsnnesee andta . oa
Virginia, on the Chesapeake & Ohio goo ca, .) a l
fy., Norfolk & Western or V irgintan go u
Weltteyiysti iilsvi oko 1., retarn limit 2 days C s" p
tuweat lolltsfj Delightful Rail and Water JVxe ig a aof!
Uisof. x" /fs. Every texture, wight CIRtCUIT TOURS £,
.andclosr to suit every taste- A per.vie1re .
feet fit becauise Michigan Central 'I@ neve i"' v ' c O even
a A <
Sueriors are made that way. G~alveston, Tex., Mexico
City, Mex., Mobile, Ala., A mnoc.:d, pakagebut
_____________________________________________ and New Orleans, La. te A ~ Iiita
teueise arteR utSl With eachl package of
Q yFatima 5,ayougt a papty- gae
[ F i g P Rai iso Neu tt'seti. ater c p intoIn ifatfis., r f liiactress phtgrapt
Rcu c, Conin & H gc to titeti i t oftic te v'rein -also a Peaant C-
afn,2 h chs eltcollee If/7 i' ' Utng 20
Tickets now on sale daily, except to p adm e l,25 tif lleer
________________Mexico City, commencing flay , 1911 penant (1232)5a
_____________icsaa f 110. x_
BAILEY & EDMUNDS. CO
( tAct s WE
G1 us, Fishing Tackle a([A iwilii iEXCURSION . ooo...
Keyiittpeia 1 r n h DrtydyArl2
LIberty t.. Ann Arbor, iichigas un aylIriE2
Frenc Dryetunintg Sae tiy
C H A R L IE 'S B A R B E R SH O P Le a r r sig lsss sigA T 'T U T T LE 3& CO. s a e e r i O atfa i ui g a e aS ei an
Undr Hsto's iliarvetroroCtanWater tShssaa a aici aty oruiAll LU NCH ROOM
MRS. J.R.TROJANOWSKI You cen int a fitlie fonf sectonry
Charlie Weigand, Prop. ASutoOvra,75 Train leaves to;o7 A. M.iiOSisUneriyA
Suits Pressed, 25c

Trousers, 10c We have the Largest and Swel lest Line of the Latest Styles
Detroit United Lines JM nWmns REPAIRING in Womens Pumps and Oxfords ever shown in Ann Arbor
On inforniatton to Division uperin.
tenden len, Ypsilanti, of the Detroit P DULL KID and TANF CALF SUEDE
UntdLnsb fieso ast r - - ,ganizatios, the movement, beyone Cand CRASS CLOTH, PATENT, BLACK
the capaelty of the regular sevire, oh SUEDE and BELDING SILK.
ay group of students to or from Ann Fulii1erii O'Cotnnritv
Arbor extra cars and extras service 1'UI t .1. IU;IJ See our New Sub Toes hih or low Inel-the latest If you ait shoes
will be promptly supplied. Tailors 619 E. Wiiam St. ti pigta ilstsyrmm e
"PU RFI ELDS"
ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOPf C It 5 1195S. Main Street
ppstElcrcWaiting Rio ns Oi ege Lau n dry
00MY . V. TOLL, Proprtetor FINE HAND WORK We carry a -fine litre of hosiery-all colors-2c to $2.00 ; er pair.
4 Doors froms-reddie's' Bell i633 J3- 606h. Liberty St
ALWAYS AHEAD IN -M -rr r' THlE BEST OF EVERY
TY4S MIW IDi), JUL TAILJOR THING INTALRN

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