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May 10, 1914 - Image 7

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The Michigan Daily, 1914-05-10

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7'}LE MICHIUAN DAILY

Duk and Flannel Trousers,I
{ Tennis and Golf shirts

all

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Hiere's a

EVERYTHING THAT IS NEW

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'Tariff Tip

Is shown

here ready* for our

choosing

Fine English and Scotch Woolens wil
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 tew colors.
Lindensch idt, Apfel &CO*
Clotie~rs and Furalshers

Straw Hats

Season 1914---Now on display
TIKER & Company
Cor. State and William Sts.

THE NEW BALMACA N
SLIP-ON
RAGLAN COATS
The outer garment fad of the hour

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INN., GRIND
semvesi weeksg umore
M HOME
light dry goods for the Sumnmer.

Scarf slide space
and lock fromt
E C-. A6o-&ars

II Before you.

OOSIR
INDSOR TIES

EMBROIDFRIFES?
UNDERWEAR
SILK GLOVES

at our store.
Imo=S. PINNEY '(. CO. 614 L. 1Liberty $t.
The Store Where a Dollar Does Its Duty

0/0,031 ,and h7Aaerca
UNITED SHIRT-& COLLAR. CO. TROY N~.Y.

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JwlyofQuality
Good solid reasons why you
should buy your jewelry from us
will be found by looking through
our line of fresh desirable goods-
up to date in style and honest in

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LADIES !

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DEREK & SEYFRIEDI
3 E. Liberty St,
KING L01O
mue Up and Try ;
e's Chop Suey
luqese and American Dishes.
,10 StreetiPhone 1244.-L

See our beautiful
New Spring Coats
Skirts, Waists
and Dresses
Every 'dress in 'a class by itself
SCHRDEN BROS,
]Phone i000
124 South Main

wwwommimm

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TRANSIT MARKET
Wmn. LIND)EM AN
DEALER IN
resh and Salt Meats

FOR SALE-Two May Festival tickets
for Wednesday, Thursday or Satur-
day night, 1st floor, 12th row. Call
at 420 South 5tlh Ave or phone 1100-
M. 156-9
FOR SALE --Mayi Fes tivatl tickets. Two
seats fifth row first balcony. For Fri-
day night. Two seats tenth row
first balcony, single numbers. Phone
815-W. 156
FOR SAaE--Two May Festival] course
tickets reserved. 'Telephone 937. 156
'WANTED-A man. to work in Spring-
field, Ohio, on salary. Call 359-1M.
156-7-8
WA NTED---.An educated woman for
vacation. $2.50 aindl transportation.
('all J- .156-7-8
L OST- \V( (dnsdlay night, gentleman's
dancing" pump,, betwe:en llarbour gym
niJrl AimniladCUlon sre ts.Finder
please phone l 1JM.156
Note the prize ad in Tioppe's window.
The new shutter for kodaks is find-
ing many admirers: Call at 1loppe's
an out rent ant old kodaik \when you
can rent a 1:'A1" one at 11-1.op's for 10
-('nts.
ALLEN SELL. S GOOD (CLOTHING.
S1 ll-lN'GA NI)Si' IIAR STYLES.
Snits at $10t.00---Allt Wo(-ol.
Suits at $15.00--All Wool, Hand Tai-
lor-ed.
Suits at $20.00---- Adlers' Make and
Style..
Suits at $25.00----Equal to Finest Cus-
tom Work..
ALLEN'S GOOD) CLO)TRES STrORE,
Main. treet. tf
FOR SAL.E-A 16-ft.canoo in good con-
dition. Call 1058-M after 7:00 P. M.
U7NIVERSITY NOTICES

CAMPITSMILES
Juedge a man's sterling qualil
lies by the small enemies he has.
-Calhoun.
Many a student sobs his tale,
M~ost blatant is his springtime wail,
Of overwork and torpid liver;-
He swears he'll work all Sunday night,
To set his studies all aright,-
And then goes up the river!
-o-
To the wise lad who bet on his
chances of making Phi Beta Kappa, a
miss is as good as a meal.
-0-'
C. W. POST COMMITS
SUICIDE IN HOTEL.
--Headline.
The real road to Wellville.
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Our Mid-Summer Minstrels
Mr. Johnsing: Mr. Bones, I heah
the Goodyeah people had a bad yeah de
las' yeah.
Mr. 'Bones: You don't say so. How
do you account for this fact?
Mr. Johnsing: Oh, de male clerks
merely turned to rubber and dey had
to bounce 'em. liar, har! Introducing
Mac, our home made Senegambian flea,
in his death defying dive from the top
of the flag pole into a plate of break-
fast food. Are you ready gentlemen?
The blatant strains, director!
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WtANTEb-4 men for work in Canada.
Average compensation over $10.00
per day.--Want ad. yesterday's Dai-
ly.
Anybody but a collich highbrow
would call that "compensation -wages."
- FAME I
(Overheard at the Detroit Newspaper
- Conference.)
Fat man: Who was that clever chap
who just told that funny story?
Bald headed, guy: Why that's Guest,
of the Free Press!
Adipose one: Why I didn't know that
the local papers were acting as per-
sonal hosts!
-0-
The squeeze play must be executed
biy the athlete who is quick of judg-
ment,' keen of eye, and swift of limb.-
More Daily advertising.-
And in addition to that, he must,
above all things, be long of arm.
GOLD' ASSOCIATION STAGING
FIRST SIRING TOURNAMENT

ARNQLD 4t
Jawsisrs

CO.

220 S. Ma lru St.

on State Street
ServeIHotILi

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Buy your key of Arnold
& Co., Jewelers, Main
Street. They have mWade
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.

Everything new in Spring Suits and Overcoats,
Spring Neckwear, Spring Underwear, Immense
showing in Spring Manhattan Shirts.
It is high time for a new'v Spring Hlat, and you
can't use too much care In choosing I t, Pick
yours here and you can be sure it's absolutely
right in every respect
THE BIG STORE COR. WASHINGTON and MAIN
Reule, Conlin'& Flegel

Phi Beta Kappa

All We Know
of is the BEST

IROUWE'S LAUNDRYV
x406 DETROIT STREET
The, Link between College and Horr
T U TTLE'Sc%

Ch.** .Cst Fioworo
flee lot of Palns and Ferns for Dpecraflng
Car. 12th St. aId S. Ony. Ave. Phone l1 5

PORK, AM.POULIRYEte.

Just received a new line of Ensign fims--fur speed
.faster films made.

no

Bell Phone 2294

212' N.4th Ave.

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SOMETHIING NEW.
We are the First to show the new Tartan
sultings. Come. in and see the different
shades

Rent a new camera today--only o cents. New cameras
just- received this wreek,
The Kings and Queens of Europe use these films and cam-
eras. Get one today and try it.
Open all dlay ,Suntda y.
HOPPE'S STUDIO1
619 East Liberty St.

MAX P.- KRUTSCH

COLLEGE STUDENTS-EARN BIG
MONEY THIS SUMMER-$50,00 PER
WEEK EASY--SELLING GUARAN-
'PWI'TI T .TR oUIr fC'rThon rf# 7 o

M1USIC AND :I)RAM3A

Garrick Theatre

Varsity Tailor

117 E. Liberty St.

DR, GEORGE A. GO-'RDON
Pastor of Old South Church, Boston
Will Speak on
""THE CAUSES OF MORAL
DEFEAT AND VICTORY"t
Methodist Church
SUNDAY, MAY 10, 7WO P. MI.
Auspices of Wesleyan Guild

The last Saxophone party of the year
will be given at the Ufiion Friday
night, May 29.-
Senior lit baseball practice 3:00
o'clock, Monday.
Twenty extra -waiters are wanted at
the Union, Tuesday night to help serve
the senior dinner. All students wish-
ing a place should e the 'Union Stew-
ard tomorrow.
Soph lits will hold a 1unMess meet-
ing in Tappan hall at 4:00 oo~k to-
morrow. Captains for the middle-
weight tug-of-war team and the first
relay race wild be elected.

The recently-organized University of
Michigan Golf association" will stage
its spring tournaments beginning next
week, the matches to be under the di-
rection of a tourney committee ap-
pointed yesterday by President Al
Reed and consisting of Christian Mack,
A. S. Palmer, J. R. Thomas and Henry
Grinnell.
The association now has 30 members
and entries in the competition will be
restricted to these men. Two trophies
given by the Sheehan Book store will
be numbered among the prizes which
will go to the winners. It is probable
that three tournaments will be run off,
a handicap, interclass, and an all-
comers individual championship.
LOST-Small brown leather pocket-
book on south side Liberty St. be-
tween Main and State. Finder please
return to Daily office.

xra.11i I~t V'r, ,IJ, rmlUiOper For the first three days of this weel
cent, household necessity, saving 80_ the attraction at the Garrick theatr-
per cent, big repeater, pleasant work, Detroit will be Weber and Fields in
exclusive territory. FREE SAMPLE, revival of their greatest su~ccess, "Hok
WRITE US TODAY. C. H-. Stuart & Co. ey Pokey;i" Inasmuch as Mr. Webe
35 Stuart Block, Newark, New York. intends to retire from~the stage at th,
158-4-5-6-7-8 end of this season and as Mr. Fieldsi
- going to enter the fl ld of drama nex
WANTED-Modern house within three year, this will be the last opportunil,
blocks of Campus. Address M care for Detiroit to see the famous comedi
of Daily. tt ans in musical comedy.
FOR SALE-Two May Festival tickets; You cani rent one or fifty kodaks to
first floor, best seats. Also single day iat 10c-fnts each. Lyndon.
concert tickets. Call 51.3-W. Sat.-Sur

to-
z n

You do NoT f
Gamble
when you buy
rubber soled f oot~
wear from me.

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Welphons Crdllao 4324

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DIE*TE RLFE

WHEN YOU NEED SOMETHING TO CHEER YOU UP AND MAKE
LIFE WORTH LIVING. Try a Vlicola
AND SOME GOOD RECORDS.
There is nothing in the Talking Machine line that can compare with
thie Victrola. Investigate its artistic reproductions by the beet artists in
every litre-

Tailor for Men
Make Your Spring Suit. British Woolens
$35. to $60.

Because my bettk".
grades of rubber soled shoes and oxfords are made for me by
-a factory that has made a specially of this class of footwearf
t 'r the past ten years (originators ot the thin leather toe splice). I' have
sldthein here for the past eight yea~rs and have the exclusive sale torAn
Arbor. NOTHING BETTER REGARDLESS OF ]PRICE.
119 East Liberty St.

94 We** rort Street

Detroit

GINNELBOS
94 West Fo120-222t E.tLibePhonel170

Phone 1707

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