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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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NEXT MONDAY
3 BENNETT SISTERS
BOXING, FENCING, WRESTLING
Avon Comedy Four
BEST OF QUARTETS
WHITMORE.TANGLE
I]s NEAR SOLUTION
General Sentiment Among the Sophs
in Favor of Not Conflicting
With Seniors.,
WILL DECIDE AT MEETING TODAY
A great amount of sentiment has
been created and class4 feeling has
run high in the matter of the confus-
ion of dates for class picnics at Whit-
more Lake, since the seniors and
sophomores have both chosen June'1I
as the day for the annual class out-
ing.
The subject has been discussed at
length on campus and off, and the gen-
eral feeling is that the second year
men will gracefully withdraw in def-
erence to the seniors. Prominent,
sophomores when interviewed yester-
day said that a postponing of Sopho-
more Day-or even an abandonment
of it, if no other arrangement could
be made was the most suitable course
in harmony with the spirit of the '14
class. The lits seem willing to put off
the picnic for a week, but the engi-
neers evidence a desire to retain the
original dating
In the meantime the seniors have
been busy, trying to impress the sophs
that as long as a double dating would
well nigh impossible, it was
the proper thing for them to with-
draw, or seek another date. They en-
tertain high hopes that the second
year men will see the light from their
angle, and the latest reports-al-
though nothing definite has been de-
cided-point to the compliance of the
red-toquers to the wishes of the cap-
and-gown squad. A definite decision
will be reached tomorrow, when dele-
gates from two classes will meet for
a final answer to the hapless tangle.

* CLASSIFIED ADS. *
FOUND
The Michigan Daily finds the owners
of lost articles. tf
WANTED.
Wiante d=A few reliable students for
good positions during July and Au-
gust. Enclose stamp and address,
Box 174, city. 149-154
FOR RENT.
For Rent-For the summer months,
four-room apartment completely
furnished in Columbia neighbor-
hood, overlooking Riverside Drive
and Hudson River. Airy, cool, low
rent. Address C. D. Frank, 3115
Broadway, New York City. 150-5
FOR SALE
For Sale-Duebills on two campus
tailors, one campus photographer,
one jewelry store repairer. Gar-
goyle at 5 p. in., 10-J. 150

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Fesktival
Reserved seats now on sale
Some excellent ones at $6.00
Some good ones at $5.00
Some others at $4.00
The sooner you buy,
the better your choice
University School of Music
MAYNARD STREET

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For a pleasant evening go
Huron. 'U. of M. Boat House,
North Main St.

up the
foot of
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parties now and get your
Call 570-L

I & Co.'s

Leave your want ads at The East
University Pharmacy, Van Doren's
Pharmacy, The Brown Drug Store and
Quarry's Drug Store before 8:30 every
night for the next morning's issue. tf
Lindenoid Waterproof and Wear-
proof Sole Leather. Guaranteed. J.
H. Lambert, 613 Williams. 136 tf
The finest printing office of its size,
in the State of Michigan-The Ann Ar-
bor Press, Press Building, Maynard
St. Call and see us. Printers of any-
thing from a name card to a book.
(Sat.)
BIG CLOSING OUT SALE OF BAN.
NERS AND PENNANTS.
Friday and Saturday this Week.
I am going to clean up every Ban-
ner and Pennant in the store. The
"first choice" go at just one-half reg-
ular prices,
This is your opportunity, and if
you miss it don't come around look-
ing for another one at the same price.
Only about 450 of them, that's all
' Just think, a 15 x 36 regular 80c
peniiant for 40c. LYNDON.
148-9-150
Go to Major and Co. for boat paints.
145-50
Musical Instrument Repairing, work
guaranteed, at Schaeberle & Son's Mu-
sic House, 110 S. Main St. 87 tf
Is your Kodak loaded? Lyndon.

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we acknowledge no
ity in every instance.

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College and High
School Men are
The kind of fellows who can
best appreciate these
Hart Schaffner & Marx
clothes; we've got them
L TZ
Clothing Store

See our line of
$1.50 to $8.00. H.
3. State St.

Tennis raquets at
L. Switzer Co., 310
150-2-3

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Boys! Bring in your safety razor 150-51
blades to be resharpened-any make.
Work guaranteed. H. L. Switzer Co., Full line of Reach Baseball goods
successors to D. A. Killins, 3155. -State at H L. Switzer Co., 310 S. State St.
St. 150-1-2-3 1012
Read the editorial in Thursday's
Daily and buy a Mullins Non-Sinkable,
the only canoe' which is itself a life WANTED
preserver. Owin J. Wenzel, Agent, A Man to work in Battle Creek
636 South Thayer St., 685-J 150-1 during summer vacation, on salary
Apply in writing 302 First Nat'l
Rent a Kodak today, 10c. Lyndon. Bank Bldg.
150-51
Who are the Leaders ?
GRINNELL BROS.' Music House, 120-122 E. Liberty Street
Leads all others in the musical line: "Sailing" J Hop song, and all
popular songs ten cents per copy, Yellow and Blue fifteen cents, Man-
dolins, Guitars Banjos, and accessories, at lowest prices, quality con-
sidered. The house for the student to trade with.
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Furnish the Ice Cream for
Your Party
I Cater ITo Clubs and
Frats
YR SPRING

Time to look

Time

Buy where you can get anyt1ing you call for
Goodyear's 'Drug Store
107 South palm Btr.et
The Largest Stock in the State to Select From
WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD

up that Kodak for the sum-
mer's use.

our soda water

Time to take

cleaner, more wholesc
water anywhere. T:
will tell you that it is
better than you can

canoe trips and "hikes" with

the Kodak along.

Fresh

Telephone Your Order Now

Both Phones No. I

films and paper and all the
Brownie's and Kodak's are

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the clean fountain.

here. Come in.

The Sweetest and best at the

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Candy, Sodas, Sundaes with a reputation
well backed up

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