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Have receivi
woolens for SPE
MER in (Mieniur
Art Leather) Sil
Drab, Light Mote
King's Tan.
We have the
Cumberland, Chi
ham, Australia,
Federal, Empire,
Boating Tweed,a
tedls.

- TH-E AMICHIGAN DAILY.'; f ec n)E~a a\n -b,' , 1111.,i4'b 7 0
co p n aa ing d11or -AiXnnR F. RnTCHIEoi 9.> lc 1 i \ i?, Iite.. t li(,o i
Buins ul nt 'r-Jot' N F, \Vtt 0/ )1WI ii' IFor(, -, l nt Mrs(; l9
T TAILORS E9 il tlil ttil ltiiiiloh ine\l r I A't Johns'ontMils K,
1;itootrot t tOilct t lt ii 5 1l5 ittit I 'iii 11 l [a ra \o tt -AIr t
Neiwe... . . . Lee A.°White1v- or gnverrrir Luc 'ii ileits alr i ~
:athletic's. . E.FEldridge I riteceritret Mont] } ighti" iit] 1-1 1kIk r- \11 Gt J.Str'tti'r 91
rd a large line ot I orhtago...... oltertoMoottier School hall. Alttoin" I terr rcslr< i I t i cli~ 'ill- ush 'ia penc1rMr
IING and SUM- \luiac................1-lluts S. Baker -alpeaOrldtrir'ice t iiisveuxin Iec .F 'ii MrlI
x1, Light, and Dark I )a...... S ay ionil Visselter r ctilt ronrrre-rt r--ti iiiieangiilIl" ros. ''9 yA M1 ~ nt
ser Drab, Grecian \'i'Otirit "iittti. . . Louise Vott Voorlits orao rioti"Mesrsiah, is stc ( iensA ItWl'M rin\a )
e.Royal Gray, and Iisririiiltotiili
Blarney, Hudson, Cit s 1I wchri Ir n] t . <Rotia highi t Is t.1 .. tI ). --1t10(-Jut 1,SI
ester, Orient, Pel- 9 ) uI r hr iet: laieril n tt lirit ii ~i ut I1ati I(G i'et 1.I'
Cymoric, Bullion, 1 t itt roittii ltti-irt rii
Raeburn, Irish Nt oI'l~ul -uI. odtig ':titsrgtit ii trtitiis a"iii i It ---
nod London Worn- t\ thin K1. 'ito en-. Ihied tl oodinran rrganiztI iot demanlr t llt t'y dalttit
i f thr impoyrtatt lvIii ii ________________________________-_

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Please conme early and have
your Suit reserved.
G, H. Wild Comfpally
311 South State Street
STATIONERY
Sotitething Neirantl
L'p-to-Dtettin
Initial
Stationery
Weii v, lon tceit i\el a
-hipmittnt if
Fancy Lined Stationery
ATr 'tue
Students' Bookstore
Sheehan & Co.
A. G. Spalding & Bros.
iThr Largest, Manufacturerstes i
Wield ofi Oftiuial Atileti Suipiplies
Foot Dall, Dasket Dall,.IceeSkates.
Hocksey. Golf, Gymnasumn
Apparatus.
Spii it'-,lliisoninelyIlilu-trated
Citalogae of nit sports contains nums-
to-,sougestionsnilted free any-
whire
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
New York Chicaegi Detroit

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Sautel IH. NMireI-
Paol Leidy
Fred Lawiont
\V. D.Elliott
I) A. Kahnt
11. . Mikesell
TJ. FBretnton

ri lie.lsti ti lt suui u i
Ntex it 'Tlesda. he ' litaf r t
it-i effo nic e t thil i rtt
iw iiti the ieard f r te secondiime int
:1111 Arbor-. Uitndorbtely tisti r tsis
i th u t lrctie o 'l ~ii ati nt' t

win F'ashion's races
-hands down"

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WAHR'S
special Sale
OF
Sweauters
AND
Jrsey
At
WAH R'S
University Bookstore
IMPORTIANT
AMATEUR
PHOTOGRAPHERS
I Tri e~t Itt(lien we o your
dekyeloping I all prints will
lie inade onct i e nipaper.
This noons norm picttire fromi
nation tegative.

BUSINESS STAFF
ManagernIHours: i-2 P. ini., 7-8 p. M
daily, exceept Stitday. Both photnets
Address: Mtetiien lAntin.PresBldg.
Maynard Street.
lilt' FFRIlihig'-,.itre ii
h "..\C1. lIi It\1 J\1 itt(ti1I1Z1' it
lic i ng lnl it s li.the gi rdts
ofi t11.: ii c uloa om, itsuucv da lls
tratin. 11or ma g litYars h has aiii
Todav iss"ya~ olit all" of lt
itetv lt raise1 llsnnt-illh-tdk1Icwsaropn otlwohd
1)11 ustbrl tell intoIlls ten,1 le r
:fi ;-ll as orn an pisent iict' in
arc tat willstil he ointat te
Sa ii sidaly tisk1s h ss tutudpistgtiti
ills foriSeveralui'Yea'ttsitoit, ie h
lied stlrouh itt0htadmnstralti'ofelir
Jreint ofte itedilatiesiexcspt
it)e ti~t lttthe I s its' ntpts' t md
Tits hs nt s teem lie histo'o
the i so llwh 't' (i11111 pa ls i it'o nutc
Ji n -te se rethet itil ai ii evenlitlsiof
Is life.s litit tist li t S t rei-'u o te o
u t-a d iformtion ' it deit ii' 1111

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ll<F191<N 11 1 9FMOE'BARBER SHOP"i
705 North Untversity Ave.
(c; hG- l' i 11 0 urlwl o t IrcalclcrIiO.A. MOE.
for erl: irtils'. If 111e city re;±i Porto Rican Canes
111110 pl ith 11w- iirr inir II ti rcle l itoii sicsosi p ati vets
it Oh liii il~l~llt 15 1 1 c',1 ics:' $1, $1.510 and $2, iost-
1110 I ietlie s otll illO shliil1(-r(;s; hI ad tis~. s ixrai Asddres
le>ie 'llitli rlitlo lil m r ROOT +&c GRIDER
c 'ol mto ;I(n- ;I t liiI I lIrol Mayaguez, Porto Rico Box 424
THREE REQUIREMENTS
FOR ALL STUDENTS

"T~ell me not in mourniful
numbers"
My purse i's but an empty
dream
Well
Why Pay More?
THE - UPPLY
-T ICSITY T 0OR E

;l Y utiineedtisliire .ilab ili, .tiit I 1ad 1com- 'il' io]illli l It l buinesls. 'oi'll-i
. ldst' mt il for i %si-ittlII (I- 11s ill 15II-( Ic, )-.r ,I cc t)v tw \ilt .,
woirkt. Youuialisotinteedtiookstual lua~-lank;."igus -frnai n olas
ies . Aud th ertu aItsummrtrittuttitn 10 11 . 13"- ilc zilrott1 t ll1ilc
trotent tosionti si titiym111 shiuldttptlln I I ' 111 w11 1)It 1 -'leyo eli
r uriHo "C' before'taltl telhestl gusiiu t dcs1'uOll -~ittl}ifyu c lu
ar flld. Hee is te. ian t o I' t allti eI It 1 1 ur c- C i or ain -.
- tr-i- at ai uiiiii'uiuut of ieffot and ex-iil s. '0e orit W 1 '11 "a t i prTh uad
t tonll wth 1)~trd of tad Ichambrs to
Wei' funishti his'hutst inforuttuion o -1 1101 Cutill i-of temtpluo ut-rs, st ll a-
utthi t hut' o utny uein schol cl arku'uulxit 1 11111 tndl th' on-i 115
liii' oI itlu Iltt smuulue' s h r 'ublict a-lanl ohI I tt 1 uh i s talt
h ilt efu'Ourwr s acrt, opeeI ui~a, ;ac:n tu he1r1governmentaltu
991 to te uit, arfuly 5' 'ite ' Vc ar tus in a )oi
u cy er I clt ~ttiisfiti rs), itheulutlisu ittsuuliortps 1 ls i' i
ii -hu rfr ence liis tItutu itin cp d ntsinessu l . ar
t iil-trined sitt ''htintit''aitspiltit l rdtt c t) ~li ill 10 uuno
ist tnar tutu'iestut we have mait tip sutru u tiatttached ttis ofr ti
t uiness'9of -know99 g1 te iuewl 1c,:Id ucito .tu IiLit thrnii-
ut' esu't lut scu"tiglt iii hut tilt it tutuis simpit
lee. ndby m an rutish tnlof lu
m nguteu I tut' 1 uW h utfos] fit iny ll :h;bl1r)he fou ct n
C uveican go t rt taight t tori tutu itlt ii ortutu 1. t tt l bii it I s it ito t
1_utuoitatiletifrmtuioniianduitiiet d
thightly effeiet usystemtiof siftigr
ratugiuganti presentingtutr'fautin tortstrans
luat exaetly mteets iuluind il eure - BO( K tiA \ 'f> .AI . ' it 'Z \t'> F RI ;t.
meits-thast swotuldi -exat]: us uet Yourtit l-hc iducnnt ihi ever
tired-. k
99' sitee 'es eialtly stitut ivk ii Iturhll r'r infrm tunt wi-
scete e oniouieustso iology althuo \ l ie Te, n a~iin t he rut
inluugy luteartis. ilt'i'tuuie, apiedl'ut i- vit uusi--
exploration, intiernuationual lsits atutu] - tels t ' Il <t I rld )i liod r or ilt'
plotosty, history' foreigi affirin te- on iii e i) y $ othour f
sate anud foreignt eomonerce, fitnatniaI aut I~l:o] r r- hu tfine it tordetr,
iintstrial eotnditionust n u b 1011pruod-
letus atudliue rquestiotusoult hue dasy-. ; sr vh I )ode,$ oth .
'te coot is less lhaun itighut bhuex- it itt orI f- t r nn I lb togeter
pttedt. Our cuatrges tfrutness nd' stout tor ]lke , o la sueh llut
itral mtaterital tire it the osate ittf htwooldran i d the piv titegs's amonttig
dollrs for eehi thotusandu wsurds ill'-the1
itishedt. Qtuality of worktg uatratntee-do
mtottey' reftudedl. tetlhodusreferences' HOW ITO(hi )11.
attd qutotationsu out imp~ortanlt invesigat ht- 1ttu uu uo
tios fturtnished tipotnrequtest. (Wehe tots til osc1 aeia.Etmt
thosans o aricls o had wichevethemr herof otis oreq~uir edt. Etelose
offer, subject to prior sale.,sit $u~aqo inr t l in; or atishusau n n orris de-
thuotussitn n'oyrds. Sendrlfor trice'silt.) i-dgveIt ea tdirectonu s ttwhaut
.91 hrSIS.911L1E POS FJiN F,1 wn tereiherel uuait ltit. tand ii
VOL.heorer i o it ollatttrs or over.
nae ht bookstuortlttgttzines Ott wtutu
If yo-u arte nwise, you site alrieadyt plan-utu dtet] tll us abit i ~t'e htositroni 'at
titig abuotut it stitmttmer' ot' letrmuanentu poustit tvutu]ite antutu]rulificalstuiousiortutui.
ion orabuttan opuenitng i h rfe-W-il otes t. Asi dresisuat tnte:
NATIONAL CLEARING HOUSE OF INFORMATION
ARTHUR EVERETT SMALL {Late Special Investigato, t. S. Gov't,} Director
2401 North Capital St. WASHINGTON, D. C.

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LYNDON'I
719 North University Avenue
II BAILEY & EDMUNDS
!BporttnoG os
121 EASI' LIBERTY STREET
For Nigh Class Optical Work See Us
nWu'Cmitl lutist'.
Wte 'rent iEyivs
iFull tutu'- of Shltu-Oto,
ARNOLD'S, Jewelry Store
LUMIERE
NEW -SIGMA
DRY PLATES

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4x5
5x7

50c
90c

13. E. CALKINS.I
DRUGGIST
243 South State Street

12 Woahnon. The Randall StuiRnal&Pack Props.

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