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T11t UIMCIOAN <DAILY

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A. (W ind $5.00

IDEAL
OXFORD
Made to our specifications
over this popular last and equal
in style and detail to our $6.00
and $7.00 shoes.
WAGNER & CO.
State Street
Sign of the big "white shoe

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES
M usical clulis meet for annaual atere-
nadleirtilay een ing at 7:30 at pain eni
trance of U. hail. Biring instrumnts i.
The tUniversity of Wasnliiito a ti
nea racing shell which was builtii-ith
ihe liherality iof Seattle liusiness tie a
The GeorgetownaUiversity atlic
shall lie no orgaied cil lerin aitl
hall gamtes tliis seasin.
Thlitfaculty (if tI1llinisi State Nor-
mnal University at Illooingtongil tisle)(d-
isheil fiiotball, claiiiiiit dcl#, ay
muoch front stuidies.
The Cornell Aitiletic asnsecationeli t
ceived ore r $2,800tio tinhoe retilt if the
aniintal -spring D ay"e elelirati I tll tt
lDr. Jttimes K.Pattersnei, ptiteeio {
the l.7tivernity of Kenituckyias. tieew-
ly retiredl. Ilin clt o f service leiseli
oldest ecillege tpresident in Amte rica.eThe
ilaioitif lin carter lbein fmtiecarp.

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NDIA ULNKETS AND CURIOS
Arts- aerd Crafts Shop
5thci asetie tri aste,-a Shoaps Cor..William and lMaylnard

cw Shlirt Noveltics
F mo,.. _<..,b jat r(ciiire-ined a large shipment of negligee
illay tl;Arel nw inesaeof patterns, made
tilt I et itfttedtci fs, atnd soft or stiff detachable
;h aa inla tltare m'tiade with your comfort
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sIt 'stesaoathwatiealeo ed I 3 tvliii to etijoy it, but, before buying that
I ne vii ie iiofSten ati ad Itaiiutttas, Knox and
(Iwiaea few if tose 29C silk bose left
i i i Nin IfBlue antGreys.
:.,00-202 S. Main St.

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DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and
Jackson
Detroit Limited-8:13iait, itt,1.1"..i it ii
paintla13p. ,.4ttts . .(t13p. mtite3iptm
Kaiasaoo Limited - 74ail ana9t46la. it
t1:46 a. mact6 .it.,i3: 4ip. ci., 5i46i1>ill.
tLaasiaget:4i p.n.
Local Cars East Bound-'1aotietroit, 54a,
a., 6:4t5saand avery atw aors ito1:4.e
p. at, T Ypsiati~, 5:45a. maned hal matl-
ly tohtt1:t5p. in., atl215a. am., 1malta. it..
12:50 a. at. To Saline, change at Ypsianti
Local Cars West Bound-5:40 a. mi.,7:5a
a, andeery twa haurs tatl:15p i

BAILEY & EDMUN DS Ladles' Hair Dressing, Shame ainer
DEAL RtaN it'lnieingFace lansage. itaia
I itisititti Tettecci ciiaitac I Water Shlampoas a Specialty. All
us rTal atdiniuniciionytooanad tow'elssterilized before using
Libarly St, Ann Arbor, tiichigaa :. .R t'tiii, ett Air

ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP I ATUTL&CO
Opstte ti mtiitiici LUNCH ROOM
GEO. V. STOLL, Proprietor Sot rae find a line line atf(aonfectionery
4ietoirs fromia , redies

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c<TURKI . .h
BIEND z
MYTHOLOGkY
eleere are lots of myths no-
ndas-but time snd ex.perece
latter them. For insane---if
airria Cigarettes were put in a~n
xonuive box they cep _tdn tp0 -
as'l taste better or be bettee--
snot the fine feathers that make
ae fine birds. But there'it no
na,,yth about the quality anIdd'
rightful flavor of the cigarette that
so many college men smr oke9
here are 20 Fatimas for 15
cent;to- the well known inexpen-
sac .;ppckage--which gives you s
0 additional.
r HE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO.

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Wanted Three HundredTeacher's

For sale Caps and Gowns for any Degree
The U, of M. and Huromieiitrtcettl itmrii iicp
River BatLivery roprosentitigit aytegree-Doetorste. ne r tielols
Ill health cause tor sellingdififeretmateiale either tor entaltorsitrtier chi iae.
Address P. G. ,Tesuer Seate! MAC'VK CO Sc tilt

We need three hundred teachers to fill the vacancies now on our books. ('.rade and high
school teachers, principals, superintendants and college instructors wanted. Positions pay
$700 to $2,500 per year. If you have been well trained the great southwest need~s you and
will pay you twenty-five per cent more for your service than you can get if you remain in
the older states. And it offers twice the opportunities for advancement. It wants the best
We have positions for 10)0 inexperienced teachers to take assistant principalships and
high school positions at salaries of $80) to $9)5 per nionth.
We need seventy-five executives to take charge of ward and high schools at salaries of
$900 to $2,500. Average position pays from $1,100 to $1,400 per year.
We could place a dozen well qualified men in touch with college positions paying $1,200
to SI1,600 the first year. In small but rapidly growing colleges.
If you can't find the right position register with us. We may have twice as many calls
as we have candidates
DON'T BE SATISFIED WITH A SMALLER SALARY THAN
YOU DESERVE
Come down into the southwest where you are needed and employers are willing to pay
for good service. THE TEACHIER'S PERSONAL SERVICE BUREAU gives each candidate
individual attention. -We have NO M'AILINGi LIST. We recommend but one canditate for
each position, but WE RECOMMEND THE CANDIITATE FOR MORE THAN ONE POSITION
We find the right man for the place, then place the man in that position. Let us tell you
about our methods, and let us know your wants. Write today fur the best positions are
open now Address
Teacher's Personal Service Bureawi
Tti~sit., Ok1le homel.

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