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IUAN DAILY

THII UADIDAIL

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iG SHOWING OF
S SUITS, HATS,

CAPS a

ud FURNISHINGS

KODAK FINISHING-
Anything that you b'ring In
today before 6 p. m. will bit
ready tomorrow night, sure.
The Work Speaks for Itself
as to Quality
Calkins Parac

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

I RST THING you do today visit
our store and choose your spring
clothes. TWhen it is settled.
J; F. Wuerth Co. efficent ser-.
vice' insures prompt delivery.
Our complete and comprehen-
sive exhibit of equality clothes
y affords ,the widest range of sl
se-ection. The styles and values in
gyp', young men's and men's suits
,I are exceptional.
$p2O,OO $25.00
we wAill -be g;lad to extend the courtesy of a
charge account to all responsible persons.
ANN /( j ARBOR

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Wa l~ha'krms (a CO.
121-123 South Main Street

2 for 25c TIE NE# SPRING SMIE
EARL & WILSON
MAers of TROY'S BEST PRODUCT

A. MARQUARDT
fine
Suits Cleaned and Pressed
and repaired
Cor, Main and Neon---Over Farner's
and Mechanic's Bank.

PROFIL E
/ l~a r~r r.4mrc
VNIEDSHP- b CUA C T I M

Judge a man%, sterling quali-
ties by the small enemies heebias.
--Calhoun.

III

CAMPUSMILES

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Walk-Over Shoes

Walk to Main St. and save a dollar

WALL

YOU

\ Make
e Us
h Prove
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Walk?

LOST-This week, an I-P note book.
Name J. Laurence JTones. Owner will
greatly appreciate its return to 200
N. Ingalls.
LOST--Small brown leather pocket-
book on south side Liberty St. be-
tween Main and State. Finder please
return to Daily office.
WANTED-Modern house within three
blocks of Campus. Address MV care
of Daily. tf
WANTED-4 men for work in Canada.
Average compensation over $10.0
uer day. One man made $35 iper
dlay. Expenses guaranteed. Phone
359-M. 153-4-5
FOR SALE--May Festival course tick-
et, second row first balcony. Phone
932-J£. 154-5
FOR SALE--Oliver, typewriter, new
style, printype. Price is very low.
Cash or payments. Mack & Co.
FOR SALE~-A 16-ft.canoe in good con-
dition. Call 1058-M after 7:00 P. M.
FOR SALE-Two May Festival tickets;
first floor, best seats. Also 'single
concert tickets. Call 513-W.
Seniors who have neglected to order
Caps and Gowns for Swing Out dlay,
may yet }provide themselves in time by
calling at our Cap and Gown depart-
ment on the third floor. We have just
fifty extra outfits on hand in all. sizes.
Mack & Co.
You can rent one or fifty kodak,, to-
day at 10 cents each. Lyndon.
Sat.-wlun.
SPEC'IAL AT THE PALAIS ROYAL.
SATURDAY ONLY.
Baskets of all descriptions at great
ddiscount--one half off. 154-t551

Rubber Sole Leather Tip Oxfords our Prie
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JOURNALISTIC SPOONING
She held her sweet face up to him
And then remarked to-wit:
"Print on my lips, a kiss, dear im,
But do not publish it."
-Boston Transcript.
But in another moment Jim,
Unless we miss our guess,
He gathered her form close to him
And rushed right off to press.
-Youngstown Telegram.
And after that without a doubt,
Jim took a strong position,,
Insisting that they should get out
An extra late edition.
-Chicago Record Herald.
But James stopped pressing presently,
And said he'd had enough,
When she confessed she'd shopped
around,
And this was "reprint stuff.":
-Monmouth Oracle.
,Jim drew an answer from her lips,
She sobbe'd. and shook in terror,
'Twas one of Jimmie's many slips--
A type o' graphic* error.
* Coming from graphices, to draw.
-0-
Chesterton and Modernity
The one tihing that a healthy man
hates between heaven and hell is a
man with dignity and a woman without
it.
---
'When James More Grey, of Scotland
and Miss' Annabelle Marie Dade, a
beautiful young Kentucky girl were
married-etc."
-Louisville Herald.
Was there ever a Kentucky girl whowanoyugndbutfl
HYMEN WILL TODAY
RULE AT WHITE HOUSE
'-Headline.
Woodrow -and McAdoo being high
rhen.
--
Our M~iid-Summnier Minstrels
Mr. Johnsing: Mistah Bones, I ketch-
ed a coon stealin' a kiss from mah lady
frien' last :night. What sall Ipos-
ecute him fo'?
Mr. Bones: Did it seem a glorious
osculation, Mr. Johnson?
Mr. Johnsing: It did that.
Mr. Bones: Then have him arrested
for grand larceny. Ham, lar!-Intro-
ducing our musical protest against the
transmission of diseases by kissing,
entitled, "He Kissed Her on the Back
Porch, and Caught the Train For
H-ome." An aria, professor.
-0-o
"Grope\uts,-"'
Mlany a man got his society bid and
then went home to read anew Enmer-
son's Essay on Friendship.
-0-
May 16, straw hat day--
We predict high winds.
COLLEGE STUDENTS-EARN BIC
MONEY THIS SUMMER-$60.00 PER
WEEK EASY-SELLING GUARAN-
TEED LINE OF GOODS, profit 175 per
cent, household necessity, saving 80
~per cent, big repeater, pleasant work,'
exclusive territory. FREE SAMPLE,
WRITE US TODAY. C. H". Stuart & Co.
SiStuart B lock, Newark, New York.
, ~153-4-5-6-78

Ann Arbor Taxicab Co.
New Number Is

EERExtensive Stock at
Reasonable Prices
S killed and Trustworthy
Watch Repairing
OPTICALI SUPPLIES
Michigan Pins, Fobs,
Bars andSpooans
is B5 EIBLER
109 West Liberty Street
,Across.,from Mack's Side Entrance

SOAPS, TOWEl
and TOILET
ARTICLES
The most exquisite
PERFUMES, FC

PO WD

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2280

Service Guaranteed
300 N. MAIN

Parties a Specialty
STREET

an

....

UWAN

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HENRY & CO., Merchant T

SUGDEN DRUG Cl
302-S. STATE STRIE]
PHONE" 1244-J

71 1 N. University Ave.

Ann Arbor, M abig.,n

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

SPECIAL- EQUIPMENT FOR

GAS

COOKING

praces from $20f up.

Tailors to Men

PAMMM

mmmmmlmw

For Fraternity and Club Houses

JI

Increases Cleanliness and Efficiency. Telephone for our
Representative to call and1 give you expert advice for your Kitchen equip-
wuent,
Washtenaxw Gas% Company

The 'Squeeze' Play
must be executed by the athlete who
can think fast, who, is quick of judg-
ment, keen of eye and swift. of limb.
,He must outguess and outspeed his

I

S TUDENTS
Get' to Know

RAYLS
in Detr-oit for

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ALLEN SELLS GOOD CLOTHING'.
SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES.
Suits at $10.00-All1 Wool.
Suits at $15.00-All wool, Hand Tai-
lored.I
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.. tf
SPECIAL AT THlE PALAIS ROYAL
SATURDAY ONLY.
Baskets of all descriptions at great
discount---one half off. 154-155.

opponents to

run.

SHREDD:EJJ WHEAT
--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 far,

bring home the needed

ATHLETICS,
KOAKS,
CUTLERY,
GUNS,
FISHTING TACKLE ETC.

See Grinnell Bros. space for Spe-
cial ads: It may interest you. tf

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Michigan's

Oldest Sport ing o o ds Store

WHEN YOU NEED SOMETHING TO CHEER YOU UP AND MAKE
LIFE WORTH LIVING, Try a Victrola
AND SOME GOOD R~ECORDS.
There is nothing in the Talking Maechine line that can compare with
the ictrola. Investigate its artistic reproductions by the best artists in
every line.

+a t~te c~ --[.1
an athlete har
THE SHREDDED WI
NIAGARA FALLS

NIEAT .CO.
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firm

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T.- B.RY*o
Corner Congress & Woodward

GRINNE.LL BROS.
120.122 E. Liberty Sit.

Phono 1 707

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