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April 02, 1910 - Image 4

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T HE MICHIGAN DAILY

You Have Two Alternatives
When Clothes Buying
ONE isto go to a tailor, pick out a piece of goods, and wait
for three or four "try-ons" and in the end run the risk of
an unintelligent fit.
The other is to come to us--and get a STEIN-BLOCH
Smart Suit or Overcoat-try it on once before a mirror-see the
garment complete in all its careful workmanship-determine
how the pattern looks on you immediately after you pick them
out-get a garment that is actually made for you, so accurate
and neat is a STEIN-BLOCH Fit-and the style is far more up-
to-date than the merchant tailors can be.
Take the time-saving, riskless, more satisfactory
Stein-J$loch way.
SPRING FURNISHINGS

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SPECIAL NOTICE TO STUDENTS
We have secured the agency for
College Caps and Gowns
FOR DIFFERENT DEPARTMENTS
WE would suggest that you leave your orders and measurements
before April 1st to insure the prompt delivery of garment.
These Caps and Gowns are only made to your order, samples of many
varieties here for patrons inspection.
The newest effects in Manhattan Shirts, Neckwear, Gloves,
Hosiery, Novelty Handkerchiefs, Spring weight Underwear, also
SPRING HEADWEAR
All the new shapes and shades in the best makes.
KNOX, STETSON and BEACON
Don't fail to see Reule, Conlin & Fiegel's special $3.00 hat.
Reule, Conlin & Fiegel
200-202 S. Main St.

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Senior engineers don't forget to pa
class duct and ordr invitations Satur-
day morning from 9-12. Also Moday
10-12 and 5-6 at Engineering society
rooms.
Fresh lit baseball practice Monday at
3.3o at Fair grounds.
Fraterities desiring to read and cor-
rect their proof in the Michiganensian
may do so by calling at the office today
between ten and twelve.
J. engineers. Practice game 9:30 at
Fair grounsds. Everybody out.
Fresh eigineer baseal practice at
Fair grounds at 1:15 p. m. sharp. All
out. Penfield.
Some tickets left for Women's ban-
quttonight. For satle at Barbour gym
and alumnitioms, U. H.
Omega Phi meets at i Saturday, not
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GIRLS TO BANQUET AT V
BARBOUR GYM. TONIGHT.
Tonight at Barbour gymnasium will
occur the annual banquet for the women
of the University. Successful as have
been previous banquets this evening's -
p nromsises to eclipse all preceding ones.
"It not only serves to foster college
spirit and friendship among the womein
students," said a prominent senior girl,
"but also drass bark to the campus,
momentarily at least, any of ctose
who have gone forth from the Univer-S
sity as graduates."
President Hutchins cannot be in at-
tendance despite his desire to meet the
present and former students of the Uni-
versity. Many will be able to meet Dr.
J. B. Angell for the first time, as e will
not only be is the receivg line, butt
will also occupy the seat of honor at the
banquet.
The junior girls' play which will be
presented directly after the banquet, in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall, adds muchs
additional interest. It will afford the
undergraduates and aluns their only
chance to see the play.
It will pay you to call on the Colonial
Press aget if you want a surnmer job.
Gitarantleesd saary.
CITY Y. M. C. A.
130-eod. F. H. Helyen.
Seniors' calling cards. You need cal-
ling cards to send with your invitations.
We htve an excellent variety to choose
from. Also see our "no-gilt" cards.
Cards ready four days from order.
Zewadski & Lane Lane, 310 S. State,
2nd floor. 126-tf.
N OTt C,
All barber shos i the city will close
at 6 p .i except on Wednesdays and
Saturdays, beginning Monday, April it.
129-apr 25.
MORRILL Q CO.
3Ss.state St. nell isiL
TYPEWRITING
Ty pewriting Supplies
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TYPEWRITERS
For Sale For Sent

ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP
Opposite Electric Waiting Room
GEO. V. STOLL, Preprletor
CHARLIES' BARBER SHOP
Under Huston Billiard Parlors
(Formerly with Harry & Charlies')
MOE'S BARBER SHOP
79 5jarth Uaivermity Ave.
O. A. MOL

Hotel Cumberland
. W_ Cor. Broadway, at 54th St., NEW
Near 50th St. Subway and 53d St. Elevated.

,,trom :n :; \ ..

Whitney Wednesday,6
Theytre - April --
Charles Frohman
Presents the Great Detective-Thief Play
Arsiene
Lupin
With the Complete Original Cotipany and Production from its
Six Months Run at the Lyceum Theatre, New York
CAST INCLUDES
William Courtnay, Sidney Herbert, Charles Harbury, Harry
Dodd, Doris Keane, Virginia Hammond,
May Blyer,and 20 Others
" bBetter than " bRaffles"!
Prices: so - 35c, soc, 75c, $1.00, $1.50

YORK

KEPT BY A COLLEGE MAN
College Men Always Welcome
Special Terms for College Teams
Ideal Location. Near Theatres, Shops
and Central Park
New, Modern, Absolutely Fireproof
Transient Rates, $2.50, with Bath, and Up.
All Outside Rooms. Send for Booklet.

VNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF
Harry P. StIrnson, formerly with Hotel Imperial.
K. J. Binghma., formerly with Hotel Woodward

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Granger's School of Dancing
Last Terms begins Tuesday evening, Aprit 5,1910. lasses for ladies and
gentlemen Tuesday and Thursday evenin-s, 7 to 8 o'clock. rivat lessons
by appointment. For particulars call at the academy or phone 46.

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The Long Trio
Aecobat. Uxtraordinars
5 Apts of Exceptional MerIt 5

We are still taking orders for
Caps and Cowns
For All Departments
We are also prepared to take orders for post-
graduates, having gowns for both the
Master's and Doctor's degrees.
Have your measurements taken now to insure
prompt delivery.
MACK & CO.

PEND a few minutes
today inspecting our
habit of the newest Spring
and" Summer woolens, embrac-
ing many original, novel and>
There are some 500 different
designs in blues, grays, olives,
tans and tobacco browns, and COPYRIGHT 16089ED, . . PRICE . CO.
your choice will be made up to your measure, just
as you want it, for $20 to $40. Fit guaranteed.
Let us take your measure today.
Exclusive local representative of Ed. V. Price & Co.
GROSS on

Go to Major's

To buy Wall-paper and Paint. Being manufacturers of paint
we can save you from 25 to 40%. We sell direct to the consumer, there-
fore these low prices: In 5 gallon lots or over, $1.15 per gallon. Single
gallon, $1.25, half gallon 65c, quart 35c.
C. H. MAJOR C. CO.
Maufacturers of High-Grade Paints. 203 E. Washington St.

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ALWAYS AHEAD IN
STYLBS

MILWARD THE TAILOR

THE BEST OF EVERY
TmIG,1 TAILrORING

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