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April 03, 1912 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1912-04-03

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UN I VERS T'Y NOTICES

'Oratorical Association Board will
meet in oratory rooms at 4 o'clock.
Students who are to work in Chica-
go during vacation for Union meet at
clubhouse today at 7 o'clock.

Illini club meeting at 4
hursday in Tappan hall.

o'clockI

'I

Mandolin club rehearsal tonight at
7:15,, north wing, UT. hall.
Fresh lawn class meeting Thursday
at 4 p. in., room B3.
Social committee of the fresh lit
class meets today at 2 o'clock.
All seniors~ who want caps and
gowns for th)e swing out, must place
orders and have measurements taken
this week at Mack and Co's store.
The freshman engineers wNill hold
their second dance at Granger's
Thursday evening, April 4. Ike Fisch-
er will furnish the music.

Itown ~~
What a metropolitan burg this is
getting to be! After taxis what?
Someway we fear that many of our
esteemed citizens are little interested
in where, how, or even whether, is
Ann Arbor's supply.
FORMER POLICENAN GETS
~JOB IN 6E-URAL HOSPIT AL.
Zenus Sweet, well-known city pa-
trolman, has resigned from the police
force to accept a position as night*
watchman at the University hospital.
Hie was chief of police from 1897-99,
and has been an active member of the
police force for the last five years.
As alternating night officers on State
street he was a familiar figure to the
students.

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The Unpardonable. Sin
is To miss EATIMG A 25. DINrNER AT
DAVIS 8t1 KONOLD'S, Lxsnch Room I
Orders del vered ]Phone 662-J

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RoweC's Laundry
406 Detroit St.
THOMAS ROWE Prop.
Bell Phone 457
1OULDINci & WIKEL.~
UNIVERSITY PHt ARrIACV
Ve endeavor to satisfy
19 % University Ave. Phones, 416
rescriptious our Specialty 749 J.
Notice
SPRCING HATS
In Coruga~ted and
Cloth, in the differ-

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to

:1st Month'

5,9

OUTLA STED

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Iwith French Cuffs~,
Collars to match
SLIP ON'S
RUBBER COATS
Varsity Toggery
SHOP
1 17 S. University Aver
E. J. Lohr
1 sJrceW 1roam vhl~ere smTokingis
allowed is a Feature at the
Cutting Cafe
MIake reservationi early and get
the best board in the city.
State Savings Bank
ANN ARBIOR, MICH.;

4th Month

See

the New

olors in

Cap ital $50000.

Surplus $95010

Resources' $1,$50,000

Holeproof hlose were so good last year that.
5,400,000 pairs wore longer than the guaranteed
six. months !
No other hosiery in the wvorld ever made sulch
a record as that. But this, year the mlan on the
campus gets better "H-oleproof" than ever. Weo
have added new colors, neWv weights and newy grades.
There are no other hose tha~t we know that offer an
equally wide selection.
H-ose can't be miade any better todlay-softer,
lighter, mor~e stylish or neater.
"H-oleproof" are the very utmost to b~e had in
summer and winter quality and style.
Don't Judge Them
by Imitations j fr n
"I Jolepi-oof" are the o e tU
01rigin.)l guaranteed hose. FOR MEN WOME~N
Forty years of hose makting
experience goes into every 'pair produced. No
"inexperienced" brand of hose can he made as at-
tractive and be guaranteed.
Our Three-Ply Yarn
Wte hay an average of 70 cents a pound for
l .gptian and Sea Island yarn. It is three-ply, soft
and line. N e could buy two-ply common yarn for
as low as 30 cents a pound.
But three-ply is stronger. The hose, therefore,
can7 be m ade thinner and lighter for those who wvant
sheer >>c c.
There Isis o need to make hose that are hieavy andl
coarse in order to make thiem wear six mnonths.

tlI I

- -

ir Shop

near the Campus that is

d with the Most Perfect Shoe

made is

names that soul
Hundreds oft
buing-and 'i1, t,
and y-ou'll sweart
Our
Ask any dealer
There are twelve
We make silk
three months, $2.
'The plain and
guaranteed six in
finish and weigir
See them tod
geruine are sole
college retailers.

IN SHOE REPAIR COMPANY"
(SIGN OF THE BIG ELECTRIC SHOE)

611 East Williamn Street:

W'rte for free book, "Horr to Marke l-ut Feel Ilippy.Y
IIOLEPRO OF HOSIERY COMPANY, MILWAUKEE
1 )a o If slery Co. of. Ca tads, Ltd. L'ndol,. Can:, Distributors for Can
C mipicj News Co.. S. A., City of Mcedo Agents for Mexicon Republic

do so mul~ch better work than is possible in any other shop,
np ly.' We send fo-r and deliver work.
Hfome Phone 72 Black

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