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KODAK FINISHINGI

IEN'S SUITS, HATS,
APS and FURNISHINGS

Anything that you bring In
today before 6_p. m. will be
ready tomorrow night, sure.
The Work Speaks for itself
as to Quality
Calkins Pharm~lacy

IRST THING you do today vi:
our store and choose your spri
clothes. Then i Is settled.
., F. Wuerth Co. efficent se
vic~e insures prompt deliver
Our complete and comprehe
sive exhibit of quality cloth
affords the widest range of s(
ection. The styles and values
young men's and men's su
are exceptional.
$20,00$25.0

Teach your dollars to have more
sense by trading at Wadhams &
Co. Lasting satisfaction with ev.
ery transaction.

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we will be glad to extend the courtesy
charge account to all responsible persons.

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dha rns C. Co.
121-123 South Main Street

-PROFILE

CAIMPUS IN BRIEF
-The facultyMathematics club will
hold its bi-monthly dinner at the Un-
ion tonight at 6:30 o'clock. Prof.
Alexander Ziwet, of the engineering
faculty, will talk.

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ifine
tailoring
Suits Cleaned and Pressed
and repaired
Cor. Main and Huron=--Over Farmer's
and Mechanic's Bank.

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and lock front

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---Prof. H. . Rasclibacher, of the engi-
neering department, who was called
to his home in Indianapolis last Fri-
day, due to the illness of his father
and sister, has returned and will meet
his classes today.
-Lowell R. Stark, '16L, who was tak-
en ill on the trip with the musical
clubs, has returned to school.

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Walk-Over Shoes
Walk to Main St. and save a dollar

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UNITED SHIRT & COLLAR. CO. TRWV-4.y.
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* OF INTEREST TO WOMEN *
Choice of a play for presentation by
senior women during Commencement,
week, has not as yet been made by the
committee in charge, but it is thought
that the final selection will be made
this week. Try-outs will be held some
time next week, rehearsals beginning
immediately afterward. Beginning_
with tomorrow the 50 cent tax which
all senior women are asked to pay, will
be collected by the committee, of
which Marjorie Nicolson is chairman.
Payment should be made before the
end of the week if possible.
Women planning to enter the tennis
tournament must sign up in Barbour
gymnasium at once, as it is scheduled
to begin next Friday.
* * *
All outstanding bills of the women's
league for the month of April should
be turned in to the treasurer before
the end of the week.
"CLOTHES," PHOTO DRAMA BY
'05 M N, TO BE SHOWN HERE
"Clothes," a society drama, which is
being produced in moving pictures at
the Orpheum theatre this week, was
written by Avery Hopwood, '05, while
a student at the university. Daniel
Frohman is presenting the play, which
is based upon Carlyles immortal line,
"Society is Founded on Cloth."
LI4AlTNING STRIKES STREET
CAR OCCUPANT UNINJURED

ibber Sole Leather Tip Oxfords our Price

SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR

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JEWE LRY
Extensive Stock at
Reasonable Prices
Skilled and Trustworthy
Watch Repairing
OPTICAL SUPPLIES
Michigan Pins, Fobs,
Bars and Spoons
J, B. EBL E R
109 West Liberty Street
Across from Mack's Side Entrance

-D. X. Clark, 161H, was operated upon
for appendicitis at the homeopathic
hospital Sunday. The operation also
disclosed that he was suffering from
tubercular peritonitis.
-The Junior Research club will hold
a meeting at 8:00 o'clock tonight in the
mineralogy laboratory, Tappan hall.
Professor A. G. Ruthven, of the zoolo-
gy department, will talk.
-Professor Lady, of Purdue Universi-
ty, will deliver a lecture this evening
at 7:30 o'clock, in room 348, of the
new engineering building.
-Clifford C. Kane, '17, was taken ill
with acute appendicitis last Friday af-
ternoon and was taken to the homeo-
pathic hospital where an immediate
operation was found necessary. Hos-
pital authorities reported yesterday
that he was rapidly recovering.
-Prof. T. Il. Iden will give the con-
cluding lecture on "The Mosaic Law,"
in the Bible Chair building, at 6:30
o'clock tonight.
-The Freshman Brotherhood, of the
Y. M. C. A., will banquet in Newberry
hall at 5 :30 o'clock tonight. A. E. Gil-
man, '14, president of the Y. M. C. A.,
and Paul Blanshard, '14, will speak
and outline the plans for the associa-
tion next year.'
-Senior lits will hold an important
meeting at 4:00 o'clock this afternoon
in the west physics lecture room.
-Keystone club will hold it smokier
and business meeting at 7:15 o'clock
tonight at the Union. Prof. A. E. White,
of the chemical engineering faculty,
and H. P. Scott, of the rhetoric faculty,
will address the men.
-1. G. Hedin, '17, was burned about
the face and eyes by sulphuric acid,
while at work in the chemistry labor-
atory last Saturday. He was treated
by physicians at the university health
service, who pronounced his injuries
not serious.
---Y. A. Rtoseblum, 114E, was badly
spiked in an interclass game at Ferry
field last Saturday morning.
-Several musical spcialties will fea-
ture the last informal Fischer Party
to be held at the Union, Friday, 'May 8,
at 9:00 o'clock.
-According to a letter received from
Adna Johnson, '14, the condition of his
mother is improved, and he is expected
to return within a few days.
--The junior engineering class will give
an "exhibition dinner" with cabaret
features at the Union May 13, the night
before the engineering exhibit, at 6:00
o'clock.
FOR SALE-Oliver typewriter, new
style, printype. Price is very low.
Cash or payments. Mack & Co.
FOUND-White bull terrier pup with
collar, named Mic. Phone 1212-J.
602 E. Huron.

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Service Guaranteed Parties a Spec
300 N. MAIN STREET

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HENRY & CO., Merchant

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SOAPS TOWELS
and TOILET
ARTICLES
The most exquisite Is
PERFUMES, FACE
CREAMS and
POWDERS
SUGREN DRUG CO.
302 S. STATE STREET
OPHONE 1244-J

71 1 N. University Ave.

Ann Arbor, Miohigan

Can meet all competition in tailoring. Also advantage
of our 20 years' experience as makers of high grade
garments.

Ann Arbor Taxicab Co.
New Number is

Prices from $20- up

Tailors to

2280

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For Fraternity and Club Houses

Increases Cleanliness and Efficiency. Telephone for our
Representative to call and give you expert advice for your Kitchen Equip-
S ient.
Washtenaw Gas Company

,The 'Squeeze' Pla
must be executed by the athlete WI
can tikstut s wo is quic of ud
met-a keen of eye and swift of urn
He must outguess and outspeed I

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LAIRD'S SHOE REPAIR SHOP George Bischoff
The Shop on the way
down town. Florist
214 East Washington Street 220 Chapin Sreet Phone 809-L
Choice cut flowers and plants.

A city street car was struck by light-
ning and temporarily put out of com-
mission wvhile rounding the corner of
N. University avenue and State street
during the storm yesterday afternoon.
The motorman was the only occupant
at the time, but except for a slight
shock, was uninjured.
UNIVERSITY NOTTICES
Gargoyle business meeting at 4:30
o'clock this afternoon. Important.
A supplementary examination for
the removal of conditions in Geology
1E will be held next Saturday, May 9,
from 9:00 to 12:00 o'clock on the first
floor of the museum building.
FOR RENT-Large single room suita-
ble for one or two boys at 337 E.
William. Also 4 single rooms or two
suites. Three rooms for light house-
keeping for summer school at 344 S.
Division.

opponents to bring home the need

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Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works
For ;5 years the best carpet and feather
renovators in the city. Rugs made over,
sized, sterilized and cleaned. Prices low. All
work guaranteed. Phone 99
ALLEN SELLS GOOD CLOTHING.
SPRING 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-
tom Work.
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE,
Main Street. tf
Exclusive agents for Diemel linen.
mesh underwear. Lindenschmitt Apfel
& Co. tf

The home of Rexall Remedies. Ed-
sill's -Reiall Drug Store. 122 South
Main St. Tue-Fri
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
Women students who wish to make
money for summer should call soon.
Phone 359-M, office hours only. Posi-
tions pretty well filled and considera-
ble preparation necessary. $100 and
expenses for nice trip for 72 days'
work. . tf.
FOR SALE-Underwood typewriter,
late model, F. C. Hauston, 506 S.
Fifth.
WANTED-Man to work in2Ohio for
summer. Salary. Call 2472-M. 7:00
to 9:00 a. m. tf

SIIREIDDDWHEAT
-the most nourishing and digestible form of whole
wheat gives the athelete and the student the best
food for building brawn. brain and bone.
It nourishes the mind and body, strengthens the

tissues and helps--so

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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 ! 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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Quality-Service and Prices
Edsill's Rexall Drug Store.

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Tue-Fri

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