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TH5I{HMICHIGAN IDAILY

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Fine Tailoring
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tR. CANFIEI LD SATISFIEI)
WITT-1NTEW MOTOR CYCLE
Whteni opptortunity, intihe guise of ain
Alpiha Delta FPsi barker, knocked at ttse
oor of tDr. R. itistop_ Cantield, oratfes-
>or of otolaryngology, it foon od 10uti-
recetptive h110t. The bsarker offered to
;ell hint a ticket whlicht would give him
110111 one elsassce in three'. thousand to
;et a $a00 motor cycle. Dr. Canfield
sovested ill fourteen ecsances, put ttsem
in hi, pocket, and probably forgot about
tems unltit late Saturday night. Theo
wtsen the cdrasing wslmuade and 2,532
was anssounsced as ttseswinnling isumher,
Dr. Canfieldl was astonisthed to fold thsat
seted its msate.
D~r. Canfield tried the cycle Sunuday
mosrnsingsaid udecidledlthsat tse had gottens
his msonseysswortts. IHe says thlat tse
msachsinseswhicts is a Yale-California
sake, is tperfect antd runs wonderfully
soottsly. Sinsee h ad sad it lie Isas
tlreacdy trsvelesd fifty ises or sos.
S[71SCRtPTION CAMPAIGN
FOR ALUMNUS SUCCESSFUL
Thse suscsriptions camspiaigns madle by
agen~ts of tile Alutmsssss dusrissg tse sring
vacationl wa siformsly successfsul. As
aresult several hstusdred subsicribers
save bseess addeud. Durinlg so short a
scriosc it seas issssossibsle tos cover the
wetsscfield assequssately. Nss territosry sut-
siste ssftse Norits Cesstras states seas
souchsed, bsss a isoire comp~rehsensive at-
tempt swillIse ssmsde dusrissg thse susmmser
snontssi. Agens tis.slinst wee absle
toget tthe sest returnlsiss cities if absost'
11o,001)isshabtiansts.
Thse snlly prasctical leather garter fssr
kssee-lessgtts dsraers. 1 lessee & (Cis, 7C-
is N.tUniesity.58-(so
Spring
Clothlizt

IBROWN'S Drug Store
120 E. Liberty St.
We have Pipes to sell too-lots t
of 'em at low prices. j
ALARfICLOCKS
$1.00 $1.50 $1.75
Alt the best maskes ansdifatty garanteed.
MICiIIC 4N PINS AND FOBS
25c up to $5.00
FINE WATCH REPAIRING
A SPECIALTY.
Watch Inspector lee the Ann Arhor Railroad
J. L. CHAPMAN
206 S. MAIN ST.
Branch: 304 S. State St.
PIPES
20X Off
Meerschaunm and Amber
bits only
K R. E. JOLLY
sits08 . STAlE ST.
MRS. J. R. TROJANOWSKI
FASHIONABLE HAIRDRESSER
H-air Goods.,liairdressing, ShampooIng
Manicuring. Face Massage a Specialty.
322 S. Slate SItt :p Stalest Bell Phone 3591
BANKS
THlE FARME~RS AND M[CHANICS BANK
MAIN AND HIURON STREETS
captal, $00,000, Surpiusonad Profitn, $65,000
General Basking Business. 3 percent paid
on Time sod Savings Deposits. Safety De-
posit Boxes to rest at $2.00and upwards
R. Kasire, Pres. W. 0. STEVENS, Vice-Prets
I.t. B MLonE, Cash. H. A. WILLIAMS Asst
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital stock, $50no00. Sarplas, $005,000
Rtesources, $2,20t,0tt
A General Banking Boiness Trannacted
o receouss Chas. E. Hiscock, Prets.; W. 0.
Bareinman, Vice Prets.:s 55. J. Fritz.Cashiee
STATE SAVINGS BANK
DIRECTORS:
W. f. Booth Jno. V. Sheehan
w. . Arnold: Dr. V. C. Vaughan
aso. sB. Wade E. F. Mills
John Baneer Jno. Koch
eat . . Carhart Henry W. Douglas
Christian Matic Dan F. Zimmerman
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Or ANN ARsOR, MICH.
E.. KINNE, HIARRISODN SOIULE,
Pres. Vice-Pres.
' S. Wt. CLARKslSON, Cashier.
Capital, $tio;t00: Surpusanod Profits, ยง150t000.
Oernlan American SaVingS Bank
Conr>mesroI8ta.$.r~d
8,e ..vnss
Co.' .-1in :grad loarty Stn'eata

WO(OS''ERlTIUSKIES
READ)Y FOR GAME
(Conined rom Page Oe.)2
let barsfrc ssninie its, six of tseiasbIing
eler thans singles, swhile Rs-n.sily al
loweds three safe osse, striking out tir-
eels of Iis opposents. The aiing of
WVaite 1f the tnoot-psllers' was easily
tie fessture of. the game. Tso clean
hoisicrussswsere credited to him.-
The Ideits started the game well, scor-
ag tell ruts inl te first our innins'g
sud holdingite Ioseeops to too tallies.
risen the "does" took a brace in both
feling suet batiisg, bsst started a little
10o5 le 10 win te game. Tey ad a
chaice in tie the score ill the ni, witi
a issanl on11tirdt ansdltso 011; 1)111the
ater hit 011 easy gronter antI sas
throiwnso0111at first. Tlhe tesin bed
111 as follows:s
Deits: Graint, c; Ross, p; Waite, t;
Sslttissrv'b; Messger, Leete,ss;
Losklore, 31); Fickey, If; Strobel, cf;
ttlleF. .11 nls: Ridge, Wilso, c; Rhoney,
p; Robertsolni, it; Colgan, 2; Wsilson.igs;Wtis 1;Ent f
Saiske, c; Moi, f.
Scorve by isnings:
Dnt.... I' 15 3 3t i0o0-14 9310
tonsseots. 0 IO101 1 3 4 1-13 3 8
CUmstire-Olsoi.
There sas sene coutsionlinu the i-
crrclas sedeusle putbtlisei yesterday by
Masager Eldridge, aiidl ihe revised and
correct scedule is eee preseited:
Wsedn~esday, May .6-
I I Medics vos 1toMesic.
Friday, May 8--
'o3 KEngisers s. 't(o Engineers.
'in aws vs. '1113 Laws
.\toiiiay, MVay if-
'oftLosesvs.tPharmsic.
Dents11vs. 'miss 1111.
dl. ls cs illLOANS CO1U01SilsOit) svlMx
'Thsrnsghs tiecsurtesy 1f tss sillardl
Strse Tenn'i'e slubdihtsseslomelsf ar-
sue rgeililasillii sill hae ittopporttn-
ity in use the chits cuirt oil the corer
sf Willard street aisd Forest aveiue
uiitil 10oolock every msorig except
Satuirsday. Instruictions will te giveis by
isFerriis or Miss Hasrtsori, if d-
sreid. As te nisiber f players swill
necessariy be limitel, it is well to report
at ssice a (Bartoulr gmnsasiums. No out-
will1 be allosedston the cout whosis nt
resgiste-redsthsee.
HICPN 10,\l ldT OCCURS SATURDAY111.55
'Te arsfy hanicaps511iseet seleults
to soccir scxt Satursdsysill takle lplace
isiiiesdiately seoreite Mciga-George-
sown gamle.Sisitle adssantages ovr
'P'1"isins sill tse'gilelito ll novice.
assssmnsosf lesseesbitiftiy, tut every
"M" sma siwill haseso omeupee in ac-
cordaiice withthte rsls-sosf cndct for
IVarsity iseets.
Director tFitzpatick ani Capt. ooe
sre especiasllysdesiris of haviig all
cross conltry isei conpee. The CCC
1nnalsring rsiis has-c been set for
tse followlinig Fridasy, ansssitheil fair hand-
caips tie Sstrsay meet sill give those
seotisiteiid to comsiete in te country
ellisanllexcellent sworkout.
SPANISHI SOCETY HOLDS
ELTECTrION OF OFFICERS!
LasiSscedad Espanola held its annual
election ysterday afternoon. The fol-
loswinsg officers were chosen:s President,
J. A. Wolf son; vice-presideit, Miss
tlrey:5 secretary, Miss Swift; trea-
ser, V. F. Wilsons; sdirector, Dr. C. P.
Wagnser.
The clubs will hold one or two meet-
isgs of a social nature before the end
of tlhe semester, and has planned Io
joist the other language clubs in a join
dramatic production to be given next

fall.
I.OS'I-A pair of. glasses in case, tie-
tseen Ussiversity Htall and West Hall.
Finder pllease return to ,secretary's office,
University Ilall.

that F+'it Rigjht,
Look Right, and
Feel Right.
Are almost as essential to
a man's success in life as
proper food, good healtia and
"brains." If you wear either
Society "or College Brand
Clothes you'll have good
reason to feel well satisfied"
with your appearance1 as they
are the most fashaionable, best
tailored and best fitting clothes
to be had ready-to-'wear. Its
mighty pleasant feeling-
this having confidenice in 6l0tttP iraub
the thing you buy. DRESS FOR YOUNG MEN
Stlaebler 14(. Wuerth Co.
211 S. MAIN STREET
Walk-Dyers' o r .Spring
Oxford time-is here and so are -the variosus styles of Walk-
Over Oxfords, Pumps and ties in black, tan and patent.
Tan leather Will, predominate and we have taken all pains.
possible in. selecting the newest shades, as well as exclusive
designs fot Walk-Over Patrons.
See win1dows for unlimited
supply of Pumps, -Street Ties
with good street soles suede_
lined heels to prevent all slip-
ping on heels; in button and
lace for Men and Women.
iValk-Over Shoe Co.,
R. J ,HIOFFSTETTER Mgr. -

Hart, Schaffuer & Marx
Ails Wqol-Harxd Tailored 31J' .t
SPRI.NG CLOTHING A2~~Clathlj'
Ready* wh~znyo%& are.

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"'The Michigan Cap-just what you
save iseens looking for; extra smnaIl
shape.; ..}[enry & Co., 70)0-711 North
teisivefsits. 5.8-6lo
SUMMERk WORK-Mott are not ex-
pectesd to buy or sell any of our goods,
but se wanst a person in every county to
[direct' ofr advertisfing by letter and news-
paper, to appoint --and instruct local
agessts ansd stimulate interest in our
goodls. If you are interested in such a
-propossition," wth commissions over all
agessts, senld dime for prospectus and in-
structionis, to Kowtow Glen & C.
Ithaca, N. Y. - C.
Since 18~8 we have made W.attcs Re-
tpairing one of our strongest featuren.
tHailer's Jewelry Store, 216 S. Alain
street. ei'd
WANTET)-Capable young~ man to
esster magazine work. Splendid oppor-
tunity. Apply "Modern Buildings,"403
Welhfirlee Bldg., Detroit, Mich.

THE
aal o209 E2. Liberty St..
U. Of 1M.
PILLOWS
AND
PENNANITS
A SPECIALTY
CURIOS and BRASS
From Every Country

/~tever. Cl/or,
STnCtteTA"sel nCnessM
Wadhams & Co.,
121.123 S. Main St.

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08 M.' MartinFUNERAL
Office 205 S. 4th Ave. Phone 98.
Restdence 302 S. 5th Ave. Phone 314
AMBULANCE ON CALL

WAI KING Loo
Chinese Chop-Suey Restaurant Rowe's Laundry
Chinese Fancy Dishes, Am 'i an Luehes-c# TO A Q3 rp
alt kinds. flverytbIn first.cia qfe TIMSRO E rp
ladies and gen l0 a. -. 326'1. Fifth Ave.
Chineseanod.Japanse9tric-a-brat.
Up Stairs, nal done S. B~oton Bros., 3141. State St. New-Phone 45f 5e11 Phone 457.1

STUIIO-

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319 E'ast Huron Street'

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