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May 01, 1914 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1914-05-01

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SPRING SHIRTINGS

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lish and Scotch Woolens will
: this Spring, for the first time,
edium as well as higher priced
Bloch Smart Clothes.
Tariff makes this possible.
s to the foreign markets makes
ni- Bloch showing most compre-
Why not take the tip ?
caans in all the aew colors.

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.

Is shown

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THE NEW BALMACAN
SLI-O
RAGLAN COATS
The -outer garment lad of the hour
Everything new in Spring Suits and Over
Spring Neckwear, Spring Underwear, Imn
showing in Spring Manhattan Shirts.

TINKER (Q COMPANY

Furnishers and Hatters

342 South State Street

idt, Apfcl& Co.
's and Furnishers

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Scarf slide space
and lock front

R. D. Kinne S. W. Clarkson Harrison Soulr
President Cashier V. President
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of Ann Arbor. Mich.
Capital $i00,000.
Surplus and .Profits, $65,ooo
Pass the Rest, Try the. Best
fresh home-made Candies, crackerjack
and fountain drinks at

It is high time-for a new Spring Hat,
can't use too much care in choosing
yours here and you can be sure it's ab
right In every-respect.
THE BIG STORE. COR. WASHINGTON n
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st toi seven week.o more
lE PN HOME
need light dry goods for the Suimmer.

MAC'S

613 E. Liberty St.

EMBROIDERIES
UNDERWEAR
TIE", SILK GLOVES

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UJNITED SHIRT-& COLLAR CO. TRo'Y .

DO. 614 E. Liberty St.
ere a Dollar Does Its Duty

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Miss Thelma Newell and Miss Gene-
vieve Seyler, students in the violin and

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y you
)m us

LADIES!9

See our beautiful
Now Spring Coats
Skirts, Waists
and Dresses
Every dress in s class by Itself
SCHROEN BROS
Phone 1000
124 South Main

piano departments respectively, of the
U~niversity School of Music, will give
a .graduation 'recital in Frieze Memori-
al hall this evening at 8:00 o'clock.
The following interesting program has
been prepared:
Concerto in T major......... Bach
Thelma Newell
Maestoso, Cadenza and Fugue .
.... Bach-Stradal
Genevieve Seyler
Romance, Op. 47 .......... Svendson'
Polonaise Brillante,,Op. 21...... .
... .... Wienawski
Thelma Newell
The Real Princess .. Erich Korngold
La Fille aux cheveux de lin. . Debussy'
Minstrels ................Debussy
11 Penseroso ................. Liszt
Intermezzo, Op. 119, No. 2 .. Brahms
Am stillen Herd .....Wagner-Bendel
Genevieve Seyler

TH EATR E
The Cool Theatre.
Friday, May !
'THE COLONEL
INHThe Story of Kathlyn
Saturday, - May 2
'THE TADIONES
PLOT',
5c ADMISSION 5c
ALLEN SELLS GOOD1 CLOTHlING.
SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES.
Suits at $1000-All Wool.
Suits at. $15.00-All Wool, Hand Tai-
lored.
Suits at $20.00-Adlers' Make and
Style.
Suits at $26.00-Equal to Finest Cus-
tom Work.
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE,
Main Street. t
Diemel linen mesh underwear at Lin-
denschmitt Apfel & Co's. tr

Phi Beta Kappa

Buy your key of Arnold
& Co., Jewelers, Mrai n
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 from
the' Secretary. See the
samples.

All Wc
of is the

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406 DElTROIT
The Link between Coll
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Jewel ers

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220 S. Main St.

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is for. Our Most
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TRANSIT MARKET
Win. LINDEMAN_
DEALER AN
Fresh and Salt Meats
PORK, HAM. POULTRYEtc,

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erns for Decat

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OF 'INTEUSEST TO WOMEN

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Phone 1

Bell Phoes 2294

212 Namthav.

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SHIRTS MADE TO
NEXT SUIT

ORDER

WILL LOOK WELL,
WILL FIT WELL
WILL WEAR WELL
TAILOR IT TO YOUR INDIVIDUAL MEASURE
MAX P. KRUTSCH
ity Tailor 117 E. Liberty 'St.

At the women's class meetings held
in Barbour ~gymnasium yesterday af-
ternoon, the following committees
were elected; junior--Alice Wiard,
Honora Fogarty, Clara Roe, Alice Con-
nelly, and Helen Burlingham; sopho-
more-Honor Gaines, Catherine Regan,
Emily Northrup, and Helen Patterson;
freshman-Albertine Loomis, Ruth
Kelsey, Virginia Morse, Mildred.
Morse, and Frieda Wuerfel. The chair.
men of these committees will be the
incoming vice-president of each class.
The senior girls' play committee is
composed of: Louise Markley, Vera
Burridge,. Mary Lewis, Edith Moiles,
and Marion McPherson; the members
of the committee for the junior girls'
play are: Martha Gray, Adele West-
brook, Helen Humphreys, Kathryn
Bierkamp, Bertha Pulford, and Helen
Baker.
Sophomore women will hold the last
of their series of class luncheons at
the Union at 12:;30 o'clock Saturday
noon. There will be a series of toasts..
Helen Humphreys acting as toastmis-
tress. Tickets are 50 cents, and will-be
on sale at the door, but all who expect
to attend are urged to secure' their
tickets as early as possible from the
members of the social committee or
their representatives.
Beat ,shine at French Parlors on Lib-
erty just off State. Step in. eod

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DI ETE RLE

Who

Tailor for
Make Your Spring Suit.

Men
British Woolens

Students-Make $6.00 per day dur-
ing vacation, selling Non-Alcoholic
Flavoring in tubes, saves'80 per cent.
Write quick for territory. General
Sales Co., Dept. M., Anderson, Ind.
148-153
LOST-Silver mesh purse containing
small mesh purse and gold watch.
Finder please leave same at Daily
once. 147-8-9
LOST-On Monday, band ring with di-
amond. Name Linn Boyd engraved
on inside. Finder call 7601-J. Re-
ward. 148
WANTED--18 foot canoe. Open gun-
wvales preferred. Must be in perfect
condition. E. K. Hill, 337 E. Liberty.'
Phone 1033-J. 148
WANTED-Man to work in Ohio for
summer. Salary. Call 2472-M..7:00
to 9:00 a. mn. tf

Contest closes May 15, at 12 m. sharp
Last week the score 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 Nominee.
A. 0. Williams.,1E...........20,160
C. E. Shiaffner, '14 Lit..... .....1-,100
B. 'B. Foster, 115D ... ... ........16,310)
G. Y. Cheng, 115E .... . ..........13, 1'20
D. . liBker, '14 Lit........ ...10,740
f. 11. Pontius, 114L. .............1200
Argimtiro Morales, Lit............1,060
C. L. Ken drick, '15 Lit.........960
Maurice Ayers, 114L............600
U. .J. Van Loonen, '17 Lit..... ....300
James Baynesford,'15E ..........240
C.'hester Dun sema, 'I'1D.. ......240

$35. to $600

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ever
No on
in thi!

th arne of ur U
on the back of th
front and drop
ballot box whic
find in any tobi
Surely any stud
college is willing
much to see the
win this honor.
Package fronts cour
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Detroit

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Neckwear

I OR, LADIES:
I Law Heels, the P OPNIlar Style

Jive and Original Treatments

SMART ENGLISH RAINCOATS
Omplete Showing of Acct sscries to Men's War, Including
Most Recent Importations
IMPORTrERS
nzer & Kanouse

How About That Vi ctrola ?
Nothing in-the Talking Machine line compares with it for all around
Eutertainmeut, by High Class Artists i 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 S P. M. Latest records!? Let us place one in your housme on
our easy payment plan. Phone 1707.
GRINNELL. BROS..
LARGEST MUSIC HOUSE IN MICHIGAN* 120-122 E. Liberty lit.

8 Styles: Rubber sole pumps. Low heel. Patent, dull,'
10 Styles: Leather sole pumps. Low heel. Patent, dull,t
8 Styles: Leather and rubber sale Oxfords. Low heels.
Complete line's. of Colonials. Spool and Spanish heels.

tan and white.
tan and satin.
All leathers.
All leathers.

$3.50 to $4
$3.00 to $4.
$3.50 to $4:

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SHIRT MAKERS
)JME BANK BUILDING

DETROIT ;j

f I119 EAST LIBERTY STREET

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