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May 27, 1911 - Image 2

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Michigan Daily, 1911-05-27

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' H niM C I& AN DAILY

G. ff. WILD CO.
311 SO, STATE STREET
Opening~ display of
Spring and Sum-
mer Woolens of
Exclusive Styles
For SUITS,
OVERCOATS, and
TR{OUSERS
IThe 1in ,tlMercant Tailors
311 SIJ. STL STEE
TOaSC Ball Shoes
SI. FR i , 302 S.State St
NCRAVED
SecialIPrices
.Qted to Students
SCRIPT ETERN
Pahtoanc 1400 CARDS
$1.25
100 ARDS from Plate
75c
tRMTDELVERIES
nal
farges tkin fMiigan

Scon a. wBooks
ia n cl 1Dictionaries
Co lneic New anid Sec-
carid-hand.
Old ;o - alotin Exchange
C. E- ,BA RTHE]LL,
3265' I-TA<TE STREET
ecod FIGat Tel. 761

THE MICHIGAN..DIY-lfi'tl 1 ~-'S01

Managing Editor-LEE A WIT
Business Manager-NORMAN 11. HILL.
EDITORS.
News Editor...........Harold Titus
Assistant.............Harry Z. Folz
Athletic Editor...Walter K. Towers
Assistant............J. Fred Lawon
Music and Drama...Earl V. Moore
Exchanges and Filen.... Dio S. Birney
EDITORIALS.
Arthur J. Abott aul Leidy
NIGHT EDITORS.
A. J. Wohlgemuth. Harold McGee.
Frank Pennell Edward i. Roie
Maurice Toulue
REORTERS.
Ernest Burton. E. M. Wakefield.
John L. tCox. F. E. Shaw, Jr.
John 11. Townley. Wallace Weer.
Gerald J. May. Emmett Taylor.
C. Harold Hippler. J. Selig Yelle.
LIorcn Robinson WmS. T. Daugherty
Robert M. Gillett.
BUSINESS STAFF
C. A Bowman. A. R Dilley.
Myer Rbin. Kenneth Osorn
E. Ray Johnson. Elner P. Griersot.
C. H. Kleinstuck. Joseph N. Fouchard.
a-ddrs: MCHIGAN DAILY, Press Bldg.,
Maynard Street.
Office Hlours: Managing Editor, -a p.
in. and u :oo-ii :30 p. m. Daily.
Butsiess Manager, 1-5, 7-8 p. in., Ex-
cept Sunday. Both 'phones 96.
Ic TlIItA1't, dAY27, 1911.
Aight Lfditr-FRANK PENNIL.
UNIVERSITY CALENDAR.
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more hake
noth pol, and thenttcopletyti\igio
Imarkt 1for ice1watet alt. ifty en1si
It f 1a1111 cul tonly rivtetohIhis irim-i
itie" hbt, an1d1 1go111tro ttig rondth-it.s
It1a1man111 itill i a111ffoirl to lie ill
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itt tiaticalt1flilowietd te shat fttfhe
pop wrks straight tlte cie tfit, wte'd
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,tel o111tle camtpusforithle band ctn-
af it, itit tot further viewr iind
tha it liprevent thlie'anioy~ ancoI the
1me1bers f te }ad lbvyte raft of i-
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the it if tiii Engitneerig Dacintg eltub,
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CALLING
CARDS
You will need them very
soon. It would -be wise to
see to it early. Had better
LEAVE YOUR ORDER NOW
Plate with 100 cards
$1.25 to $3.50
100 CARDS FROM YOUR. PLATE
75c
All Work Guaranteed
WAHlR'S
University Bookstore
Carriage and Baggage
!f:recCou apiclet andfromt partics
t frr I:c'cock $1.50, after 12olocke
$211'.
1-i ')easti 1 tuk toitrefromi toor,te
prie D liire 25 Cents. If carried tou
or from I i.-stairs, the price wiltltie
S0 Cents..
Liersteticrequired tocllect each
for icirriag ndal-ag~e service.
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St)tIiyiitN S& O.
«. 11.s if:vialty

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HO OLATES Ready For Your Orders

Just received a fresh
shipment of
Gilbert's
Johnston's
MacDiarmid'sl

Ott Spring wtsu.of I'ictitii glatd
Kind (Genteimen-
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sail- in the worts tnd detivre i lice
whten you wtant it.
Yotu gin ~ tlby ttking atdvant age iof our
W.,m. B. Dieterle
Varsity Tailors
ff7 E. Liberty Street
Shirts and Neckwear
Made to Order

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we Print
Dance Programs, Tally Cards, etc.
Leather Programs a Specialty
We B*ind
Class Records, Technical Journals,
Periodicals, Magazines, etc.
Artfistic Ilfork Prt-t i Servie JMightf 1Price
MAYER, SCHOETTLE & SCHAIRER CO.
STATIONEiRS PRINTEiRS BINDERS
GENEIRAL OtFICtE OUTFITTERIS
I112 South Main St. Bell Phone 1404

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Brand
2 for 25c
Best Made-Merit in every Thread
WAGNER & CO.
ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP
Oppit lctrciuc Waiting iti0t,11
GEO. V. STOL6L. Proprietor
4 Dooitrs frn,. ic itiiecs

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Phone 59 8

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