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March 29, 1914 - Image 5

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SPRING SHIRTINGS

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about fashions for you.

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just received, a full line of soft, negligee
shirts for Spring and Summer wear. WtVe have
them in various styles .and cloths to suit every
taste.
Have' you seen that new design in Collar
Attached Shirt? It is just the thing, for day,
wear and very popular at present.

Is shown

The otr ametfd fth or

here ready fot yor ±

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,with the fol-de-rids'

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TINKER Q .COMPANY

Furnishers and Hatters

342 South State Street

ady to show you.
lit should be a ,Stein-2moch.

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OF INTEREST TO WOMIEN.

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EverythingneinSrnSitanOvrat
SrnekSpringprn Udrwa,Immlensi
Its ishigh time a wqtrin h1, and yot
can't use oo u Uc t colgI to Piel
yours here anyon eat eit" bsolutel
THE BIG STORACQ N Nan A

IL & CO*

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--wear SATISFACTION HOSIERY

;, 50c, 73c and $z. Ouce tried, always worn.
line of Hosiery for men. L~et uls show you
Pinney & Co.
Store Where a Dollar Does us Duty

Freshman women, who wait on table
at the women's banquet, are asked to
attend Tuesday night's performance of
the junior play, instead of that given in
connection with the banquet.
Marion McPherson will be at Bar-
bour gymnasium from 2 :00 to 5:0
o'clock Wednesday afternoon, April 1,
to check up the sale of tickets for the
junior play. All who have tickets are
asked to report to her at that tinme.
Any seniors, who have not received
invitations to the play, are cordially
invited by the juniors to attend the
performnance given in their honor, at
8:00 o'clock Tuesday evening.
Members of the junior play cast re-
quest that no flowers be sent them at
either performance.

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LADIES!

Miss Ada Freeman, secretary of the
Federal charities of Detroit, and form-
erly connected with the juvenile court,
will speak to university women at 4:30
o'clock at Newberry hail.

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See our beautiful
New Spring Coats
Skirts, Waists
and Dresses
Every dress in a class Hy itsel

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SCHROEN BROS.
!h mne1000
14South Main

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JEWELRY CO.

"Women's annual indoor meet at 7:15j
o'clock tomorrow night in Barbour1
gymnasium. All university women in-
vited,
Miss Marion Scott has been select-
ed to_ edit "Campusmiles," The Daily
humor column, on Thursday, April 2.
This action has been taken as a result
of several letters from university wom-
en, demanding a humor column, edited
exclusively by women. Miss Scott will
receive contributions only from the
women of the university, and all copy
must be in her hands by 6:00 o'clock,
Wednesday. Contributions may be
mailed to her at 1351 Washtenaw Ave. I
Butter Fly Jewelry, Haller Jewelry
Co. 128-9
.Choral Union ushers are requested
to report Wednesday evening April 1,k
at 7:00 p. m. promptly, for Bismarck
Celebration at Hill Auditorium.
Broken lenses replaced-Hal ler Jew-
elry Co. 128-9
Broken lenses replaced-Hailer Jew-
elry Co. 128-9

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TO THE SENIORS
Who are looking ahead
to Swing Out Day, we
would Say a few words
by way of anouncement,
and fore-warning.
CIOur Cap and Gown department,
located on the third f loor, is ready
with complete samplestocksof Comn-
mencement Robes for all classes.
eI~ur Garments are made by the
eastern college supply house of
Cox Sons and Vining and are per-
fect in quality and workmanship.
((Our Mr. Josenhaus in charge of
the department has become expert
through years of experience in the
correct measu~rement and fittinig of
the Robes.
(L~While it is possible for us to
secure your Cap and !Gown within
ten days after ordering, it is better
to allow us at least three weeks.
QIf the Swing Out should beset
for early May it is important that
you place your order before vaca-
tion.
For the, use of robes during
entire season we charge
$2.00
The purchase price varies
from $3.85, $5. $6.25 $7.50
and up.

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Arnold Optical Sse nSneSre
220 South ?lin Sreet5_ 1 J fi$a

ISTUDENTS wr1ing gEase o
feeling the need ofhmv l
be pleased to know that Ann rbo
has a modern optical so hr
services of an expert oti~w
and optician can be ha.
Advanced methiods ofOpotyL-
tang glasses without drugs, 2app :clito -l
who, demand ,accurate ey y xaintT-i
made without loss of timeorinonen
ience of having muscles pa-ralAc(I
d rugs.
E. H. Arnold, optometrist vwiffi Anal
& Co , is a recognired leade:r in avance
optometrical work. fHis comte ffc
equipment combined with shop fac 1i1e
to grind lenses, togefltlis ihyas~
experience as refralctionis.t andt11wi
make his Optical Sy stem r elg a
place to buy glasses.

I OW"LAVNID
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3056 S. STATE

PLMTFN LIRE OF JMWDL1LY
Tatches Michigan Jewelry
lace your broken Lenses=-bight, Dark
Black and Amber Library Glasses.
Vatch and Jewelry Repairing
SITY MAN, on a mnodebt salary, having a de-
'ith ample grounds would do well to investigate
16 acre tract of land in the city, io acres woad-
ua, fine out-look., sewer, gas, water, and electric
at a price that is right. It will sub-divide
building place--, smallest i OOX 264.
L. D. CARR
In Arbor Savings Bank Block
'AM E. DI E"TERU L E
ILY THE VARSITY TAILOR OF ANN ARBOR
that he has opened a tailoring establishment in Detroit at
I WEST FORT STREET
With a Complete Line of
ITISH AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS
igiven to mny College trade. The same prices
;faction and Better Workmanship.
IDIE TERLE--VARSITY TAILOR

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Call 15 for Taxi or Limousine.

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We Manufacture
the finest of
PIANOS
Beautiful Tone
of Lasting Quality

Best Mandolins
Five Guitars;
Violins; Banjos
STRINGS
Popular Music
10c Per Copy
VICTROLAS
and Records
120 &122
F. Liberty St.
PHONE 1707

PRICES

Right!2 Rear them
before Purchasing

LET THE

FRESHMAN

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Press Your Clothes

one __ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _
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Roller

Rink

HAND PRESSING

SUITS 25c

TROUSERS0c4

es Tues. Eve., March 31st

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C. 1. KIDs '17 Lit.

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to Skate for 15c Balance of
Except Saturday' Nights

Season

1630-J

1112 S. University Ave.

FOR TEN YEAR.S-A IN tSAIFATO
119 E LIBETY S.

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