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THE MICHIUAN4 DAI~LY

G SHOWING OF

MEN'S SUITS, HATS,
CAPS and FURNISHINGS

KODAKFIIHN
Anything that you bring-in
today before 6 p.in. will be
ready tomorrow night, sure.
The .Work Speaks for Itself
as to Quality
C lIrns Pharmacy

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

We Announce for Saturday's Opening
Display of men's Straw and Panama Hats
In the new styles for summer 1 9 r4 we are ready to serve you
with the new Straws or Panama hats. We invite you to critically.
inspect the new styles as portrayed in our comprehensive showing.
-You will find that our selections omit nothing in either shapes
or proportions that fashion has set forth as correct and proper.
Among the styles are the High Taper or Bell crowns with the
narrow brim as well as the lower crowns and wider brims, meet-
ing the tastes of those in search of the ultra fashionable, and
those inclined to the more conservative styles, together with a
complete showing of all staple styles in both Straws and Panama
hats. The sound of the gong, indicates that it is Straw and
Panama hat time. It is the signal for all good dressers andI our
opening display of Straws and Pan amas provides an almost un-
limited opportunity for choosing.
Straw Hat Prices Range $1.00 to $300
Panama Hat Prices " $3.00 to $6.00
AN1N JmcQ~ii"F~h C4 ARBOR

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Wahanms (. CO'
121-123 South Main Street

-PROFILE

UNION ELECTIONS ARE HELD TO-
DAY
(Continued from page 1)
recording secretary, faculty represen-
tatives and vice president fro mtheir
respective departments. The complete
list, of candidates follows:
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9 for 25e TdE KEN SPAIN3S TYLE
EARL & WILSON
M kers of TROY'S BEST PRODUCTI

A. MARQUARDT
Suits Cleaned and Pressed
and repaired
Cor. Main and Huron--Over Farmer's
and Mechanic's Bank.

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'NOXINATIONS FOR MICHIW
UNION OFFICERS 1914.1910
lPolls--Union, Saturday, May
9:00 to 1:00 o'clock.
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VICTORIOUS ALPHA NU NOT
TO RECEIVE DEBATING CUP
Delta Sigma Rho. honorary orator-
ical fraternity, has refused to award
the cup which was offered for the
freshman debating contest, The Alpha
Nu team which defeated the Adeiphi
., representat~yes 14 the annual fresh-
man dp~te Pflay 8, will not receive
thie. cip hepaise one of the members
pf qtie team was not a freshman.- The
A~lp1a4 Nu team was composed of MV. C.
Briggs, '14, H. H. Spr ingstun, '17 and
H. 13. Teegdrden, '17. According to the
interpretation of the Alpha Nu society,
the- debate was to be held between
"initia tes" and under this arrange~
ment Briggs was eligible, haviztg . on-
tered the society this year...
The society decided to: award the
cup to the team t~lt wins the most
contests in seven years, t~,e cpuft to,
lbe i° with'next Iyear's (eb*Ate,
l(Cosnmopolitai tl4t 4 oes on Sale
"Cosmopolitan ismn and, the Nations,"'
fby B. N. Langdon-Davies, the well
.known EFnglish. peace advocate, who
-lectured here last fall will feature the
May issue of the Cosmopolitan Student
which will be placed on sale next Mon-
day. Prof. J. A. C, lldner is also a
contributor to this number. The re-
maining articles have ben contributed
by the Oberlin chapter of the Cosmo-
politan Club. The June number of the
Student 'ill appear on Friday, May 25.

President-P. Duffy Koontz, '14;
W. W. Schroeder, '14;, Mar-
shall W. Foote, '14; Karl J.
Mohr, '13-'15L.
Recording Secretary--H. B. Ab-
b~ott, '15E, Chester H. Lang, '15,
F. F. McKinney, '16L.
Lit vice-President-H. G. Gault,
'15, C. H. Jenks, '15, W. B.
Thom, '15.
Engineering Vice-President-:K.
S. Baxter, '15E, H. S. Parsons,
'15E, A. T. Ricketts, '15E.
Law Vice-President-E.H. Saier,
Combined Departments-C. P.
Field, '15P, F. W. MciDonald,
'iSD,.}J. J. Caulkins, '16.
Faculty Representatives-Dean
H. M. Bates, Prof. R. Peterson,
Prof. H. C. Sadler.

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JEWELRY
Extensive Stock at
Reasonable Prices
Skilled and Trustworthy
Watch Repairing
OPTICAL SUPPLIES
Michigan Pins, Fobs,
Bars and Spoons
in Be EIBLER
109 West Liberty Street
Across from Mack's Side Entrance

ISUDDEN DRUG COU.1
3302 S. STATE STREET
IHONE 1344=1

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The most exquisite, in
PERFUMES, FACE.
CREAMS and
POWDERS

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Ann Arbor Taxicab Co.
New Number is

lRubber Sole Leather Tip Oxfords our -Price

Outdoor Band Concert Well Attended
.A large audience, probably duce to
the fact of the, many week end guests
for the Festival and engineering exhib-
itx greeted the Varsity band last night
in their first campus concert of the'
season. The program containing col-
lege songs, opera music and popular
airs was enthusiastically received. Sev-
eral more of these concerts will be
given before the close of the semester.
?Itihigamua Chiefs :Dance Last Night
The tribe of Michigamua removed
their war paint and donned civilized
garb last night for their annual Peace
Dance at Granger's. Wright saxo-
.phone orchestra displaced the tomn-
toms and kettle tdrums, and the hall
was prettily decorated for the occas-
ion.

SOAPS, TOWELS
and TOILET

ARTICLES

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Service Guaranteed Parties a Specialty
300WN. MAIN STREET

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memo"

HENRY & CO., merchant Tailors

2289

71 1 N. University Ave.

Ann. Arbor, Michigan

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

SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR

GAS

COOKING

Prices from $20 up,

Tailors to Men

FrFraternity and Club Houses

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~ere~int#Ive~ ll c give yp'p ejprt alvige fpr your itchen ciii-
Washtenaw Gas Company

Totepho".a Cadillac 4324
LOT D I ET ERL
Tailor for Men
x M4ke Vo4r Spring Suit. jnrifisjiWoolfp;
~5,to ~ 0,
94 W.o.t Part Stro.t
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The University of Mich.
igan Alumni association of
'Kansas City has offered
this silver trophy to be
competed for by the tr~ek
teams of the four high
seliooj% of that city. The
high school which wins the
trophy at three snceessive
quadrangular meets will
retain permanen.( sasses-
T1te. capstands sixteen
:nches in heighth and is
built Upon a five inch eb,,
ony base. It i.L p 4toplit.
cafe P('tkt trophy won by
t'us Ouliuet, the tna-
tional open golf champion,
last year.

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The'Sueeze' P1y:
must be executed by the athlete who a-
can think fast,, who is quick of judg- ~
ment, keen of eye and swift . of limb. r,
He must outguess and outspeed his ~
opponents to bring home the neededf
run. -;
SIIREPDED WHEA
-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

Episcopal Theological School
CAMGRIGDGE, MASS,
The location offers unusual opportunity
for graduate work at Harvard Universi-
ty. For catalogue address Dean Hodges.
Senior LitS Lose to Junior Engin~eers
Second day's play, in the secOnd
round of the interclass baseball series
resulted in the defeat 'of the senior
bits by the junior engineers in a 6 to
I game. The games scheduled for tQ-
day at 1:00 o'clock are as follows~
senior engineers vs, junior lits, sop]%
tits vs. fresh medics, junior laws vs.
homeops.

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4 on esse %Gnkel,"
The Pabst Mock Company fron ij-~
Waukee, headed by Conrad Bfoltpjn, Will
give two performan ces of "Qomtesse
Guckerl" at the 'Whitney theatre tgday.
Von cloenthi splay, tells the story
of an attractive Vennese countess whN
adjusts the love affairs of a pair of
bashful lovers. The scenes of the com~
edy are laid, in Karlsba4 it} 4812 4~t'4
time when Napojeon, Ggthe acid Beetli:
oven were the leading figujres In Bu=
rope. Besides 9V> Holton, the cast will
contain T-Ians Marlowe and Lene.
TueI'k, the fatter playing the part of
the countess.

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The Worlds Famous Artists
AwPM4 in out 1city
T"15. WEEK
Shld oii not be able to hear them we can sup*l you with
VICTOR: RECORDS & VICTROLA
so that you can listen to them any time at home.

1 as diet can--to m~
an athlete hard,
and fit.
THE SHREDDED WHEATJ
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GRINNELL BROSI
1122 E. Liberty St.

Phone 1707

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Cap and Gown- Portrait with your inrvitations mea~l
A Portrait by MAEDEL m eans a Portrait of

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