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April 30, 1914 - Image 3

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ISPR NC SHIRTINGS

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Fine English and Scotch Woolens will
be found this Spring, for the first time,
in the medium as well as higher priced
Stein-Bloch Smart Clothes,
The new Tariff makes this possible.'
Closeness to the foreign markets makes
the Stein-Bloch showing most compre-
hensive. Why not take the tip?
Balmacaans in all the new colors.
LindensClmidt, Apfel & Co.
Clothiers and Furnishers

Just received, a full line of soft, negligee
shirts for Spring and Summer wear. We 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.

TINKER Q COMPANY

Furnishers and Hatters

342 South State Street

EVERYTHING THAT IS NI
Is shown here ready for your choo,
THE NEW BALMACAN
SLIP-ON
RAGLAN COATS
The outer garment lad of the hour
Everything new in Spring Suits and Overe4
Spring Neckwear, Spring Underwear, Itmt
showing in Spring Manhattan Shirts.
It is high time for a new Spring Hat, and
can't use too much care in choosing it.
yours here and you can be sure it's absohi
right In every respect.
THE BIG STORE COR. WASHINGTON and MI
Reule, Conlin & Fieg

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THE LONG GRIND
will he past Ir seven weeks more
THEN HOME
in go, you will need light dry goods for the Summer.
z can buy

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PROFILE
Scarf slide jspace
and lock ifront

R. D. Kinne S. W. Clarkson Harrison Soul,
President Cashier V. President
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of Ann Arbor, Mich,
Capital $ oo,ooo.
Surplus and Profits, $65,000
Pass the Rest, Try the Rest
Fresh home-made candles, crackerjack
and fountain drinks at
MAC'S 613 E. Liberty St.
CAMPUSMILES
Loss of popularity Is a bitter
rlyal.-Adams.
The Campus Wall
Ah, sad and disappointing day!
I didn't pull the P..B. K.
O'er such a thing, why fret and quib-
ble?

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LACES
HOSIERY
WINDSOR TIES,

EMBROIDERIES
UNDERWEAR
SILK GLOVES

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Oldest 8i-anp' fAr~r ~
'UNITED S HI ftA& cotsAR' . . I~opLY-

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Phi Beta Kappa

CO. 614 E. Liberty St..
here a Dollar Does its Duty

All We Kn1
of is the BI

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MUSICAL MEN TO
GET LITTLE REST
A completed western tour of 6,000

of Quality
reasons why you
r jewelry from us
y looking through
ldesirable goods-
yle and honest in"

LADIES!

Buy your key of Arnold
& Co., Jewelers, Main
Street. They have made
them for several years.
Their keys are 14k gold,
finely made, prices lower
than some others. Orders
may be left now for de-
livery upon issuance of
the proper certificate froni
the Secretary. See the
samples.

ROWE'S LAU
4 06 D ETRO IT S'

miles does not necessarily mean a rest [I show my scorn by "Ish gebibbel!"

RER & SEYFRIED
E. Liberty St-
ING LOO
e Up and Try
's Chop Suey
se and Amgerican Dishes.
Street Phone 1244-L

See our beautiful
New Spring Coats
Skirts, Waists
and Dresses
Every dress in a class by itself
SCHROEN BROS,
Phone 1000
124 South Main

wers

TRANSIT MARKET
Wn. LINDEMAN
DEALER IN
Fresh and Salt Meats

Cousinis e l

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o.00 Cust Flowers
A of Palms and Ferns for Decoratlng
St and S. Univ. Ave. Phone 1 15

PORK, HAM.POULTRYEtc.

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Ball Phene 2294

212 N.4th Ave.

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SHIRTS MADE TO ORDE R
YOUR NEXT SUIT
WILL LOOK WELL
WILL FIT WELL
. WILL WEAR WELL
IF I TAILOR IT TO YOUR INDIVIDUAL MEASURE
MAX P. KRUTSCH

for the members of the musical clubs,
as at least three more concerts will be
given before the beginning of the final
examinations,
Saturday, May 9, the men will visit
Jackson, where a program will be giv-
en under the auspices of the Chamber
of Commerce. May 23, a return con-
cert will be given in Hill auditorium in
conjunction with the visiting Glee
club from the University of California.
A similar joint program was given in
Brkeley on April 14, at which time an
audience of 5,000 practically filled the
famous natural Greek amphitheater.
It is hoped to draw a crowd in Ann
Arbor equally as large as the Califor-
nia audience. Arrangements will be
made for the entertainment of the
visitors at the various local fraternity
houses. The California men expect to
make a three month's European tour
this summer.
Sometime during the first part of
June a farewell concert will be given,
officially closing the musical season.
MUSIC AMD DRAMA
Students to Give Recital
Advanced students of the voice, vio-
lin, piano and organ departments of
the school of music will appear in a
students' recital in Frieze Memorial
hall this afternoon at 4:15 o'clock. The
public is cordially invited to attend.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Band rehearsal at 7:00 o'clock today
in University hall.
Meeting of the hospital social ser-
vice committee today at 5:00 o'clock in
Newberry hall.
LOST-Emerald Rosary-gold cross
and chain. "Genevieve" engraved on
cross. Please phone 765-J.
LOST-Gold open faced Elgin watch,.
last Sunday. Monogram W. S. G.
Return to 1015 E. Huron. Rhone
397. Reward.
LOST-Dark blue leather coin purse_
containing $7.00 in bills and change
at Whitney theater Saturday after-
noon. Finder please call 2381-M.
Reward.

Sulla declared war on Athens when
the Athenians called him a mulberry
face. Woodie Wilson jumped on Vic.'s
frame cause the bottle fighter called
him a - - - (according to the
Det. News.)
It's the same old world!
The Author Shows Good Sense in Hid.
ing Behind the Women?
(The readers will note the final rhyme)
Between the lines of smoking men,
The co-eds prominade (Spelled thus)
at ten;
Bull Durham, Omar, Home Run, too
With purple smoke tone down the
view.
Hats of cerise, vermillion, and green
As misty dreams by men are seen.
Poor men! they smoke in self defense!
If girls in milder shades were seen. Oh,
Would the men smoke Melachrino?
Or if the girls dressed in black and
white
Would the men give up the nail and
pipe? -W. C. T. U. L.
One of the many reasons why the
humorists fill padded cells.
-o--
We had with us yesterday:
The first straw hat.
The chapple who wears pumps to
class.
The yokel who supports his jeans
with galluses and removes his coat.
The yearly pest who flirts with death
by saying: Is it hot enough etc.
And the humorist who gets funny
about the above line. Selah!
Our Mid-Summer Minstrels.
Mr. Johnson: Mr. Bones do you know
why a man-eating shark is like the
student who dines at a boarding
house?
Mr. Bones: Mr. Johnson, I confess
my ignorance. Pray tell the assembled
gentlemen the resemblance between a
man-eating shark and the boarding
house student.
Mr. Johnson: Simple. They both
have occasion to eat sinkers. Har, har!
Introducing our serio-comedy trio,
Huerta, Carranza, and Maas, in their
martial scream, entitled, "We Have A
Little Villa in the North of Mexico."

A RNOLD &A
J20 wcla.rs
220 S. Mal n St,

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ho will wi this tropi
Contest closes May 15, at 12m. sharp __ _

This $200 M-M Motor
is for Our Most
Popular Student

C~O.

The Link between College anl
TUITTLE
on State Street
We Serve Hot Luu

Last week thescore went up with a rush.
But it's anybody's race yet. No one can
say who will win this handsome trophy
until the polls close May 15. However,
don't wait until the last minute. That
may be too late for your vote to do
any good.
Standing of Nominees
A. 0. Williams. 14 E . . 19, 440
C. E. Shaffner, 14 Lit. . . 16,100
B. B. Foster, 15 D ..,.....15,680
G. Y. Cheng. 15 E.... . 13,000
R. J. Bake,r 14 Lit...... , 10,500
M. H. Pontius, 14L .... .. 1,140
C- L. Kendrick, 15 Lit . 960
Argimiro Morales, . ...... 900
Maurice flyers, 14 L . . . . . 600
James Raynesford, 15 1F . . . 240
Chester Dursenra, 16 D 240
Waldo Fellows, 14 Lit . . . . . . 180

Varsity Tailor

117 E. Liberty St.

Fresh films are a necessity-East-
man speed films are best for this sea-
son. We offer you fresh Eastman speed
films every day in the year. Lyndon.
eod Wed
Best shine at French Parlors on Lib-
erty just off State. Step in, eod
Open every day until 9:00 p. m.
Sundays from 9:30 to 4:30 only. Rent
Eastman Kodaks-10c. Lyndon. eod
Diemel linen mesh underwear at Lin-
denschmitt Apfel & Co's. tf
Exclusive agents for Diemel linen
mesh underwear. Lindenschmitt Apfel
& Co. tf
ALLEN SELLS GOOD CLOTHING.'
SPRVNG AND SUMMER STYLES.
Suits at $10.00-All Wool.
Suits at $15.00-All Wool, Hand Tai-
lored.
Suits at $20.00-Adlers' Make and
Style.
Suits at $25.00-Equal to Finest Cus-
tomn Work.
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE,
Main Street. tf

FOR SALE-Oliver typewriter, latest
style printype at low price. Cash or
payments. Mack & Co. 146-7
WANTED-A post-graduate student
and wife would like to care for
house, for rent of same, during nextl
school year. No children. Very best
of reference. Address X Daily.
WANTED-A few good men to join a-
Michigan Law Grad. 1911 for sum-
mer in Winnipeg, Canada, on a highl
grade selling proposition. He is av-
eraging $12.00 per day now. $65 per
month and car fare guaranteed,
Phone 359-M. tf
WANTED-Women students who need
to make some money for summer to
know that we can- use some high
grade educational work and guaran-
tee $100 and expenses. Phone 359-
M. tf
WANTJED-To rent a good modern 8
room house in University District.
Possession soon. Phone 359-M. tf
LOST-At Soph. Prom. an enameled
pin. Phone 411.

A ballot bo:
every tobacco i
No one should shirk
in this big contest wh
really so easy to elect t
dent ofeyour choice. D
tear off the frontof s F
Piedmont ort Satin
Cigarette package.
the name of your can
on the back of this p2
front and drop it in
ballot box which yo
find in any tobacco
Surely any student
college is willing to d
much to see the righ
win this honor.
Package fronts count as
Fatima - . - - 6(
Piedmont - - .
Satin 4 - --

FOR L ADIE Styl
j Low Heels, thme Popsular Style

Blue skies mean
Blue marks in
Bluebooks.

8 Styles: Rubber sole pumps.
10 Styles: Leather sole pumps.
8, Styles: Leather and rubber
Complete line's of Colonials.

Low heel, Patent, dull, tan ai white.
Low heel. Patent; dull, tan and satin.
sole Oxfords. Low heels. All leathers,
Spool and Spanish heels. All leathers.

$3.50 to $4.50 per pair
$3.00 to $4.00 per pair.
$3.50 to $4.50 per pair.
$3.50 to $5.00 per pair,

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How About That Victrola?
Nothing in the Talking Machine line compares with it for all around
Entertainment, by High Class Artists Y The Victor Talking
Machine Co. contracts with the world's best talent in all lines:
Free Demonstration in our VICTROLA ROOM
every day 2 to 5 P. M. Latest records ! Let us place one in your house on
our easy payment plan. Phone 1707.
GRINNELL BROS.
LARGEST MUSIC HOUSE IN MICHIGAN. 120-122 E. Liberty St.

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119 EAST LIBERTY STREET

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