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719 N. }University Ave.

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TENNIS MEN NOT
UP TO CONDITION

SNAPPY

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FIT

TO ORDER ALSO

Navy Considered Wolverines as
Racquet Wielders Met by
Them This Year
FURTHER UAIES 1WAY BE PLA
The Varsity tennis team, which
rived in Ann Arbor from its eas

Best
YED
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tern

ORPHEUM
Mon.-Tues., May 25-6-Burr McIntosh
IN MIZZOURA
Wed.-May 27-THE MANSION OF SOBS
Thur. May 28-the Maid of Orleans in
5 parts Joan of.Arc
Fri. May 29-van ])yke Brooke in
Vitagraph Old Reliable
Sat. May 30-Anita Steward in
Vitaraph He never Know
Mon.-Tues.June 1.2-Mary Pickford in
Tess of Storm Country

WEDNESIAY, MAY 27th
The Raid of

the .Red

Marauders

$ 100,000
Geo.I
Antop

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Proe
comp
"Mon

IALCOLM, 604 E. Liberty
i Tailored Suits
$20, $22 ana $25'
a positive saving to you of $3 to $io and
one can give you any better fit, workman-
p or style.

g busiuess has increased nearly,

50%

over last season.

There is a

Campus Bootery
Opp. Huston's

Agents for_
ROYAL
TAILORS

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invasion Sunday night, owes its de-
feats in the first part of the trip to
lack of practice, according to Captain
Wilson.
Successive rains here, sent the team
away with only five days' actual prac-
tice, while every opponent met in the
east had trained on the courts for
more than a month, The Michigan
men gained form s Orapidly. however,
and were regarded b the Navy, whom
they swamped at the climax, of the
tour Saturday, as the best team which
Annapolis has encountered this seas-
on.
The. Varsity captured two matches
and tied one, out of the seven played
on the trip. Last year the same team,,
with more practice, won three out of
five.
Although the official :schedule is
now over, the team may pilay unofficial
matches with the Toledo and Saginaw
Tennis clubs.
MUSIC AND DRAMA
"Anthony and Cleopatra."
The moving picture production of
"Antony and Cleopatra," which will
be shown at the Majestic theatre' for
the first three days of this week, is
the high water point of photoplay_ 'It
has the opulence of costume, and
splendor of architecture, that made
the period of the Caesars notable. The
play opens with Antony, after his
famous victories, demanding tribute
of Egypt, and then falling Victim to
the allurements of the royal siren,
Cleopatra. After that 'we follow them
both through the vlvid scene s to their
tragic end. It is well acted by Italian
players.

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25C and 35c GARRICK, U and-OC
Lyman HC Howe
DEPICTS TE
PANAMA CANAL

There is a shop,
Proprietor "Pop; "
Serves things to eat
Both good and sweet
Will treat you right
Morn, noon and night

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Cigar®,
Stationary,

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KALEM FILM
COMING
JUDITH OBETH ULIA
FlOc ADMISSION 10c

women's tennis tournament which has
been staged during the past several
weeks on the Palmer field courts. She
will receive the silver loving cup pre-
sented by Dean Myra B. Jordan.

of Pompol
orables".
COMING i"1
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CAMPUS IN BRIEF

SOLE

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LADIES AND GENTS

nd tan calfskin, low broad heels,
soles.

$3.50 to $6.00

:ly above the

ordinary."

13s Shot Stores Maiont
M Nettleton Shoes '

D p a the Crest
The New Pl eo ce
am :: Candy :: ;Light Lunches
We make our own candy
Main St. Near Liberty
on't Wait-Now is the Time to Place
our Order for those Engraved Cards
bich you Will need in a few weeks
tyies and Quality of Workmanship
Unsurpassed
MAYER-SCHAIRER CO.
'ATIONERS--PRIINTERS--BINDERS
112 South Main Street

UNIVERSITY NOTICES

No senior lit sing tonight on ac-
count of Glee club serenade.,
University Y. M. C. A. office, will be"
open for the remainder of the year,
noons and evenings, to rece ive Bus-
rah pledges.
Senior engineer class pict ure will
be taken Wednesdy at 12:0 5 o'clock
in front of the en gineering building.
Important meet.ing of Cot nedy club
this afternoon a-t 4:00 o'clock, Cercle
Ffancais rooms. Election iof officers.
Adelphi will hold a speci al meeting
at 7:00 o'clock. tonight, to elect officers
and transact other impo rtant busi-
ness,
Trophy Cuips to Be Placed ot Display
Trophy cups, which will b.e put on
exhibit-on in Sheehan's windw, were
received yesterday by Intra ural Di-
rector Rowe. Each member of the
victorious Fresh Lit relay to am, the
men who finished first and so ond in
the cross country run, and th e three,
wrestling champions will r'ecej ye one.
Margaretta Douglas Wins T eunis Cup
Margaretta Douglas, '17, won the
A Well Made . Suit
is an important part of t eing
well-dressed- 1

-S. H. Regester, graduate student,
who is suffering from an attack of ap-
pendicitis, will be operated upon as
soon as he finishes his examinations.
-Tickets for the Michigan Union Boat
Club Saxophone party, at the Armory
next Friday night, are selling fairly
rapidly. The remaining admission
cards may be obtained at the Union,
and are available to all.
.-Professor Aubrey Tealdi, head of
the department of landscape design,
left Sunday for Toronto, where he will
represent the university of Michigan
at the sixth national conference on
city planning, to be held in that city'
from May 25 to 27.
-Prof. C. H. Kauffman of the depart-
ment of botany left yesterday on a
tour of inspection of the various high
schools of the state, which offer cours-
es in botany that are accepted for en-
trance to the University of Michigan.
Ie will return the latter part of the
week.
-With less than a week remaining for
the payment of the annu'al diploma
fee by seniors, a large number of this
year's graduates have already paid
their fees at the office of the university
treasurer. Next Monday afternoon at
4:00 o'clock is the final time for the
payment of the fee.
-Pres. Harry B. Hutchins will go to
Columbia, Mo., June 3, to speak before
the annual meeting of association of'
state institutions at the 75th anniver-
sary of the foundation of the Univer-
sity of Missouri.
-Theclass in M.E. 8, will conduct an
ice plant test on the plant of the
Ann Arbor Pure Ice Co., tomorrow
and Thursday. The tests will be each
twelve hours in length, running in
shifts of six hours.
STUDENT COUNCIL TO HOLD
ITS FINAL MEETING TONIGHT
The student council will hold its
last meeting for the year, at 7:30
o'clock tonight, in University hall, to
finish all uncompleted work. Reports
of cap night and spring game com-
mittees will be received, four new stu-
dent councilmen will be sworn in, and
an amendment will be added to the
constitution providing for a student
council representative from the ar-
chitectural department.

WANTED-Men wanted for the sum-
mer. Pleasant work and splendid
wages. SeeMcConkie, 410 N. State
St.
WANTED-500 live young men andf
women to take up our work in their
home towns. Pleasant work, big
profits. Experience unnecessary. {
We do the talking. The Glenmoor
Co., East Liverpool, 0.
WANTED.-A few more salesmen for
Detroit and other places. Good,
salary to start and commission
above. Phone 359-M.
WANTED--Two university students
to work in Toronto, Canada. Salary
$65 and carfare guaranteed. Call
359-M.
LOST--Nose-glasses in a case mark-
ed C. A. Gager, 11 Colonial Arcade,
Cleveland, Ohio. Will finder please
return to 639 S. 12th St.r
WANTED-Fifteen students to handle
a good proposition for summer
work. Call at 1317 Wilmot or phone
1407-M.

TAKEN-On Friday from Law
ing, presumably by mistake,
raincoat. Phone McCoy, 783.
WANTED-Four' students, eithe
or women, for summer worlk
finance you. Call for inte
Tuesday or Wednesday be
10:00 a. m. and 6:00 p. m.
Hotel Allenel,
FOR SALE-Guitar, banjo, and
dolin, standard make,-wil
cheap. Call after 4:00 o'clock
E. Catherine St.
FOR SALE-1914 Michiganensi
sale $2.00. Has not been
Thomas 1801-M.
FOR SALE-Oliv r typewriter
style, printype. Price is ver
Cash or payments. Mack & C
CANOE PILLOWS for sale
cost, (to close out), at the P
ROYAL, 304 S. Main St. MICI
Chicago, Wisconsin, and others
The home of Rexall Remedies
'sill's Rexall Drug Store. 122
M&In St. T

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"THE GLENMOOR WAY"
We want one young woman and one
young man to represen't us at the Universi-
ty of Michigan during the year 1914-15.
All expenses paid.
For particulars address
THE GLENMOOR COMPANY
EAST LIVERPOOL, OHIO

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Coalfcctlonery

SFelt and Panama Hats
fully Cleaned and Blocked
LSO FINE ASSORTMENT OF FRESH BANDS
kst Shoe Shining Parlors

We have the best assornment of
Chocolw..tes agnad Bon Bozn
All kinds of fwaxc y Ice Creama for PartIeu
Try our I- rult S-da- after the Theatre

a..1 Street

TO WAGNER & CO.

ON STATE ST.

A good appearance is ;.o
course necessary, but pern ti'-
ent satisfaction can oni) r 1t
had when the garment is well
made.
Our coatmakers are exp arts
in their fine-and do the v rk
in our own shop.

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LET US LOAD YQUR KODAK
We Sell the Con Proof Blue Book

HOE REPAIR SHOP.
Shop on the way
down town.
hWashington. Street

George Bischoff
ilorist
220 Chapln Sheet Phone 809L4
CICie Cut flowers and plants.

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Tailors

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