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March 22, 1906 - Image 3

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Michigan Daily, 1906-03-22

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THlE MICHIGAN DAILY

for Art and Skill in Iailoring
Call o..
SAM .BURCHFIELD & CO.
The Recognized First Tailoring Trade of the City
106 EAST UVRON STREET

The Best Wool Serge Cap and Cowny
At $1.75 from Swingout to Commencement
At $1.00 for Commencement Week
1This offer is extended to all Senior Classes, or indi videals of clas~o'o
wh 1)leave their0ord1r1w ith us befo(r'0A pr'ilI t
D~on't delay. Leave your order at 0onc' for tbeere r!/hbefs('op urn (he
ee, worn by a gr'adua log ('lais(of tbe IT. of M.
MACK ( COMPANY

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and
Lower in Price
Better in Qualify
Ask A. M. SMITH
/t iAnn Arbor Savings Bank Block
STATE SAVINGS BANK
(Ole Arnoldf Dr,. V.'C' aghan
.af. 1W'dVe0 1': f F. ills
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ALLEN, THE CLOTHIER, MAIN ST.
Advance Styles in Spring Clothing Now Ready.
Youngs Hats, Spring Shapes. ""None Better Made"

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TI IIC SW (IS Oh Ai.L NAT10 \"S. prepared for the occasion and every 'ili\IORI. i, AI)OP'T1?D hOR
eltcii"1 will be made to make this ()Ile of if. 1101-)J<J\\S
The ins ting of the Cosmopolitan club the best class banquets of the year.,
held in McMillmi INdl last eight was a 1 Several niemher.z of tilt' facility will he At a meeting of the aliliutri memorial
distinct snrcess. Rclncserit hives of a lWescnt and will respond to toast.;. ]per- c"nimittee of the university, hold SaWr-
dr rcu nations or more Nvere present and ris N. Sinith has been chosen tontmas- clay, a mernorial to Maj. George 11. 1 lop-
a unique progralu was ;given. Kurkjian. ter. ', special train will take the party kins, who died March 6, Nvas adopted.
Of Armenia, spoke of the history and to tho lake, leaving the Ann Arbor sta- "To the naemhers of the ralmnni mem-
prt'st'nt condition; of his native land and Gni probably at AN o'clock. ori;rl committee this break in our circle
( dicedt especially On the n<ationiol songs, The coininines in charge consists Of is a personal hos and our grief is for
ri few of which he rendered for the Winstead, I lill, lkmh"R, I loyt and Iu- In dear friend." reads the mernorial in
ctlnp inv. Ile hrorigla out the influence cius. l iekcts will he on sale today and part "Mich of the success of tine mcm-
of Armenia's histc>ry on it songs. Ar- inny he secured from any of the nlem- curial enterprise is clue to the persevering.
ni ilut "-as the lirst conntry to establish hers Of the coinil)ittec, and also from l iudi does and effective work of Major
a nathnial Uiristhin church, and for lif- Kale, Miley and Dellrtiyn. I lopkins Ile br mght to the task Whose
imm hundred year, its people have stif- --- -- --- 1 failure many predicted) the same gnal-
ft' rcd rehgicns persecution. 'Tlie songs WI SM I S1 \ TO fllZ l \ (; ities of quiet reserve power and Anccre
01 Arluenia are therefore Those Of sad S"1 1MMA TRACK '1'1;_1:1 ] motive which has often before carried
m-, and patriotism. ( hill) to success Tld victory in shits- Of
I )ass, Of lndia, then gave an interest- (Contiinled from page one.) discciuraging obstacles "
ing talk on the history of his ccnintry ']'lie. rnemor'ial is signed by C. i>. Grant,
s-tme team which adillinistered the I'll-st I
IONI Of the s()iigs of India. It was I i chairman ; Al. L. NO= Y. C. Unghn,
i defeat Of its kind a 1lichi in team ever,
iuicresting to learn that the same song I nit't. Captain Kanicv, Schenk, (' arrcls i W. TV brown. I loyt Post. C. It War-
i, sung to) different airs at different anc) either Gra<lwin or Cot' will mare rt'n and F. W. Pendleton.
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tlincs of the day. Valeriiulo, of Coloin- --
up 1licliigan's quartet. Goodwin will
bite. told a in nlwr of interesting and Try Phelps' Perfection chocolate puffs
<nuusing lit'rsonal ieininics<nces of his he used if lie. recovers from the effects T
Of his quarter-mile race quickly enough, and chips at Cushirifs pharmacy.
nllivc land. Otherwise "Spick i " inay have to be' '
The entcrtaniinent closed by playing
hre,"ed int > service. I OS''- A]ondav, lIarcli 14 lady s
tv,.o Japanese Baines. ' 7.yan lien poi' and
'l ilt' scat sale icir the nicer hcgius this )ciid ivateh. panic engraved iii 1>acl: of
"ytil>iitinici." -The inecting was prci-
afternoon at Director Ilaird's office. Ad ease. Return to Alpha Chi Omega and
ncmmiccd by all present a most tmique
,incl eliic ahlc there will he no extra charge inade for receive rev ard. 2f-27
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rest'rving seats, tt is likely that persons intending, to go to the meet will take 'Thesis mid case worh. -'1'ype citing
JIwa lz IITS 'TC) advantage of the scat sale acid have their of all kinds clone promptly amt per-
Seats reserved at once. fcctly. Work done front dictation ()r
The jiinoir lit class will hold its an- -- manuscript. Work called for and de-
ntial banquet at the Iake h(use, Whit- U)ST- 1)elta Sigma Delta fraternity livered. Phone 24c)1. W. 11. Smith,
npwc lakt', rni the evening of Tai I aq. I lain. lletnrn to t oi ldsz in street. Rc- Deal Tstatt' Office, Room 20. ;ynn rit-
\n exct'llcrtt lirOgram of toasts has been ward. 21-22 boa- Savings ]Tani; block. 21-28
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MON[Y LOANED
On Wacet so'. amonds, I JIwel I
W. J. LOVRIM
O ry.'e' ((eltm; 8';30 (o 1 I 1 ,)
Business Strictly Cnfidetial
FINE LUNcHES
IWe ('0003 the 11m~c-1 f~nN of 'f''fIt I('ifI
Dlos"'i fo ,ill1c0dCgars. A 1'complle
lieof .el.1s <1(0(1 ar0 lfcles..W,' are 0(0
f01r 1(1(111 (' & ('.. (.lO1.1A5 I>r ('. 0113ff
PiPES, also for TA VO Ii &('ltAlCF)E'I
teC cocolae B~ ON-BIONS,
R. E. JOLLY. State St.
Ohio Central Lines
PARLOR. CARS
Cafe S 011 modern)1(1 I 1 Lars. ithnirsIlnlnb 11(
U. of M. BARBER SHOP
Trojonowski State St.
SPALDING'S
-OFICIL
A AHETIC
ALMANAC
FOR 1000
Edited b JMES E. SLIVN
PRICE 10 CENTS
A. G. SPALDINYG eom. BROS.
Ifetee rc. 111(1(1(01(13 01(11 ;t
Newlelecns lon31(1111)) n. '11 111 l",IFa .
Oahclin' catallgueo ll ' 11 Illdvicsort.,~
malefref oa0101)(y fles
D. Y. A. A. J. RAILWAY
Inr (10l5ar t (1.IacII. :1 .i. a, ~
(lor ~ lo e'icelo lro1():151. n,1.
thleI. ll.f o le
t1o115 p, m. o) ee
W f IIo ROO , IIi (110 ST(01 I TINI IN
BRIGTO
Of Abt ,5cnnarar. IMte.are
FLORGISTO
CocCaFLT .'. CLASP ~ nt
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1esons1as (10(11 (If
AtLL THlE NEW 1906
KODAKS
Are in stock. Let us show
them to you.
E. E. CALKINS
D:-,zgist
320 Sonath StagdoStr'eet

FOR
OYSTERS
STEAKS
AND
[16111 LUNGH[S
Everythillg
FIRST-CLASS
Open. Evenings
BOTH PHONES
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New Spring Goods!
Suits, Top Coats and Cravenetts
Hats, Caps, Shirts and Neckwear
SEE OUR SHOW WINDOWS

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WADHAMS CRS CO., 121-123 Main St.

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Lits!l Medics IlEomoeops!I Dents! and Pharmics!I
If you woof a copy of your larfe CLASS PICTURE, you wilt confer a favor
by ORDERING NOW.
FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED

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