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The Michigan Daily, 1914-05-23

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KODAK FINISHING,
Anything thjt you bring In
today before 6 p. m. will be
ready tomorrow night, sure.
The Work Speaks for Itself
as to Quality
Calkins' Pharmacy

Buy your straw hat
at adhams & CO.
We can save you money.
The best Panama Hat ever
shown at $5.00

We Announce for Saturday's Opening
Display of men's Straw and Panama Hats
In the new styles for summer 1914 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 wili 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 andour
opening display of Straws and Panamas provides an almost un-
limited opportunity for choosing.
Straw Hat Prices Range $1.00 to $3.00
Panama Hat Prices " $3.00 to $6.00
ANN WARBOR

121-123 South Main Street

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PROFILE
Scarf slide space
and lock front

the public or to open the muffler on
any vehicle, or to permit such vehicle{
or anydevice thereon to emit smoke,
gas or steam within the streets, high-
ways or public places of this city.
Limit 10 miles in business districts
and 15 miles elsewhere within the city
limits.
We have 88 note Player Piano Rolls
of U. of M. SoSngs-Grinnell Bros. 120-
122 E. Liberty St. 167-70

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EARL & MILSON
Maers of TiRlY'S OBT PRODUCT

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

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Episcopal Theological School
CAMBRIDGE, MASS.
The location offers unusual opportunity
for graduate work at Harvard Universi-
ty. For catalogue address Dean Hodges..
I NIVERSITY NOTICES
Craftsmen meet at 7 :00 o'clock sharp
this evening for installation of officers.
Mandolin club meet at Hill auditori-
um at 7:30 o'clock tonight.
Band report today promptly at 1:00
o'clock in University Hall.
Choral Union ushers report at Hill
auditorium at 7 :00 o'clock tonight, for
"College Vaudeville" show.
Glee and Mandolin club men wear
evening dress at tonight's concert.
Only eight have signed up for the
Michigan Union doubles tournament.
All those who wish to enter sign the
card posted in the Union today, as the
list will be closed at 9:00 p. m. Cup
trophies will be presented to the win-
ners. The first round will be played
off Monday. Finals for singles will be
played at 1:00 o'clock today.
The Ferris Institute club will hold
a picnic today on the Island. The
members will leave in a body from the
foot of North State street at 1:00
o'clock.
The Association of Students' Wives
will meet at Newberry hall Monday ev-
ening at 7:30 Oo'clock.
TRAFFIC REGULATIONS
of the
CITY OF ANN ARBOR
Paris of Ordinance-.
All vehicles shall be driven in a
careful manner, and with due regard
for the safety and convenience of other
vehicles and of pedestrians.
Every vehicle shall keep on the right

Will person who picked up glasses
in case marked C. A. Gager, Cleveland,
on 12th St. please return them to 639
S. 12th St. 167
FOR RENT--I am desirous of renting
my home which will accommodate
25 students to a house club, frater-
nity or sorority. Mrs. F. J. Chap-
man, 311 Thompson St. tf

Rubber Sole Leather Tip Oxfords our Price

JEW ELRY
Extensive Stock at
Reasonable Prices
Skilled and Trustworthy
Watch Repairing
OPTICAL SUPPLIES
Michigan Pins, Fobs,
Bars and Spoons

FOR SALE-My residence suitable for
Fraternity or Sorority. In perfect
condition. Terms reasonable. En-
quire 302 So. Division St. 165-6-7-8
FOR SALE-Bicycle in good condition,
$7.50. 752 Packard St Phone 1548-
M. 165-6-7
WANTED-To rent rooms to 12 or 14
young men with board for next
school year. Address: M. W. Care
Michigan Daily. 165-6-7-8
WANTED-Furnished house for club
of 10 or 12. Must be modern and
up to date. McC. Daily office.
165-6-7
FOR RENT-Two first class fraternity
houses. Fine locations. Phone 570
or call at 912 Mary St. 165-67
FOR SALE-Oliver typewriter, new
style, printype. Price is very low.
Cash or payments. Mack & Co.
FOR SALE-A new M-M Motorcycle,
cheap if taken immediately for cash.
Call 740-J. 167
LOST-Lady's gold open-faced watch
with monogram A.L.M., on Ferry
field. Reward. Phone 637.
LOST-A key ring containing one Yale
key. Return to L. C. Webb, 302 East
Ann St. 167
LOST-Tan cravenette coat, English
make, from cloak room near room
301, new engineering building. Re-
ward for information leading to re-
covery. Phone 1622-M. 167-8

SOAPS, TOWELS
and TOILET
ARTICLES
The most exquisite in
PERFUMES, FACE
CREAMS and
POWDERS
SUGDEN DRUG CO.
302 S. STATE STREET
PlONe 1244.4

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J. B. EIBLER I
109 West Liberty Street
Across from Mack's Side Entrance

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Service Guaranteed Parties a Speeia
300 N. MAIN STREET

HENRY & CO., Merchant Tailor

Ann Arbor Taxicab Co.
New Number is

71 1 N. University Ave.

Ann Arbor, Miohigen

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

SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR

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COOKING

Prices from $20 up.

Tailors. to

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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-
went.
Washtenaw asCompany

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ST U1WNTS

Get to Know

in etroit for

side of the road or street, except when
necessary to turn to the left in cross-
ing or in overtaking another vehicle.
No person while under the influence
of liquor shall drive any kind of a ve-
hicle upon the streets, highways or
public places of the city.
Lights on automobiles being oper-
ated or standing upon said streets,
must be kept burning in front and rear
during the time the city lights on the
streets are lighted,and each of such
automobiles shall carry the state li-
cense exposed in front and rear, as re-
quired by the state law.
It shall be deemed a viofation of this
ordinance for any person in charge or
control of any vehicle to make with
such vehicle or any device connected
therewith any excessive noise to annoy
When ib
of'anythingj
of Imusic.4

LOST-Silk. and gold fob with initials
F. B. S. Return to 702 So. Univer-
sity or call 63. Reward. 166-67
We demagnetize watches. Haller
Jewelry Co., State St.
Quality-Service and Prices Right.
Edsill's Rexall Drug Store. Tue-Fri
After the performance of the Col-
lege Vaudeville Saturday night go to
Grangers and dance until 12:00 o'clock.
166-67
The famous Weymann Mandolutes
and Martin Guitars sold at Schaeberle
& Sons Music House, Main St. tf
SAVE YOUR WATCH-Watches
immediately to Haller Jewelry Co., for
examination and repairs.

'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
opponents to bring home the needed
run.
SH'wwR EDDD WHREAT
-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
as dit ca---twmak

ATHLETICS,
KODAKS,
CUTLERY,

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GUNS,
FISHING TACKLE ETC.

ni Want
in the realm
all on us.

Michigan's

Oldest Spor t i n g

Goods

Store

an athlete hard,
and fit.
THE SHREDDED WHEA
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Corner Congress & Woodward

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Get our prices and terms on P IAN O S---
VICTROLAS-MANDOLIN S-GUITARS-VIOLINS.

GRINNELL BROS.
120-122 E. Liberty St.

Phone 1707

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