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Duck and Flannel Trousers,
Tennis and Golf Shirts

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EVERYTHING THAT IS

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The Stein=Bloch --
Fashion Camera
Nothing gets by it.
It refleets what London thinks about fashions for you
-what Paris thinks
-what New York thinks
-what Chicago thinks
And out of all these opinions, with the fol-de-rols el-
.iminated, come
The Styles Sensibly
Dressed Americans Prefer.
Such styles we are now ready to show you.
imperial Hats, Deimel Linen,
Mesh Underwear
Lindenschmidt Apfel & Co
Clothiers and Furnishers

Is shown

here ready for your

Straw Hats

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

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THE NEW BALMACAN
SLIP-N
RAGLAN COATS
The outer garment fad of the hour
Everything new in Spring Suits and Overeoi
Spring Neckwear, Spring Underwear, Immei
showing in Spring Manhattan Shirts.
It is high time for a new Spring Hat, and S
can't use too much care in choosing i t. P
yours hereand youcan be sure it's absolute
right in every respect.
THE BIG STORE COR. WASHINGTON and M

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PROFILE.

CAMPUSMILES

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THE LONG GRIND
will be past in seven weeks more
THEN ,HOME
you go, you will need light dry goods for the Summer.
You can buy

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Scarf slide space,
and lock front

True love weathers
squalls.-DeQ uinicy.

all

LACES
HOSIERY
WINDSOR TIES,

EMBROIDERIES
UNDERWEAR
SILK GLOVES

L lOll

(ofiars

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our store.
I. S. PINNEY ( CO. 614 E. Liberty St..
The Store Where a Dollar Does Its Duty

* Old/est Brnp! nsatertiq.
UNITED SHIR-&-COUAR. CO. TROY N k'

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eIry of Quality
>d solid reasons why you
buy your jewelry from us
found by looking throughi
of fresh desirable goods-
te in style and honest in
NDERER& SEYFRIED
113 E. Liberty St
I KING LOO
Come Up and Try
ge's Chop Sueyt
s Chinese and American Dishe%.

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Always some-
thing new in.
DRY GOODS,
Noti ons and
Ready=towear
The store that always treats you fair
SCHROEN BROS.
Phone 1000.
124 South Main
WS

ANNOUNCEMENT
J. H.Lamfbert, the
well known shoe repair
man, has opened a
combination shoe re-
pairing and clothes
pressing establishment
at
301 S. State St.
He still continues his
business at

III

A (iimpse Into the Court Room of
Hades
(A futurist necromancing in one act,
one scene, by our staff
soothsayer, Billy Mc
Cann.)
Scene: Hell.
Hadical Clerk: Your majesty, we
have in the cooler sixteen persons;
three murderers, a bigamist, a man
who set fire to an orphan asylum, a
woman who robbed a blind man of his
last cent to go to a movie, a traitor to
his country, a man who strangled his
daughter and her lover on the eve of
their wedding, an anarchist, a trust
magnate, and that fellow from Ann
Arbor.
His Satanic Majesty: Fie upon the
first fifteeni! Turn off the heat in the'
heater for them and bring in that last
fellow. We'll make short work of
him.
Clerk: Aye, aye, sir!
(Enter clerk and cringing human.)
Human, in awestuck tones: The
devil!
Satan: Yep, it's me. But enough of
this devilish humor! On with the trial!
Clerk: (reading) Roscoe Hassen-
pfeffer, age 19, sanity doubtful, resi-
dence world. Charged with commit-
ting the most heinious crime known
to terrestial humanity. A crime re-
ported far worse than murder, trea-
son, forgery, wife beating, and wearing
pumps in broad daylight. He has
been suffering in the purgatorial kiln
for seventeen months, and is only half
punished. He was * * * * * Chimes
toll in the distance.
Satan: with gesture of disgust:
Enough! I can tell by looking at his
face what he is! What is the specific

Reule, Conlin &

Phi Beta Kappa

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

All Wc Kni
of is the BE

ROWE'S LAUN
406 DETROIT ST
The Link between College
TUTTL'
on State Street
We Serve Haot I

ARNOLD (f
Je we leira

COIN

220 S. Main St.

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613 Williams

St.

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weirs
ae' dsil

TRANSIT MARKET
Wi. LINDEMAN
DIALER IN
Fresh and Salt Meats

RESIDENCE HALLS
READY NEXT YEAR
The Newberry residence halls for
women will not be ready for occupancy

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iCit Flowers
Ims and Ferns for Decoratng
S. Univ. Ave. Phone 115

PORK, HAM.POULTRYEtc.

Bell Phone 2294

212 N.4th Ave.

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SO M ETHING NEW
We are the First to show the new Tartan

suitings.
shades

Come in

and see the different

before June, 1915. Numerous delays
have made it impossible for the con-
tractors to have the building in readi-
ness by October 1, as was stipulated,
and, in order to avoid confusion, it has
been decided not to throw open the hall
in the midst of the school year.
The. new hall, which will contain 69
single rooms and dining accommoda-
tions for all who room in the house,
will be located on the site at present oc-
cupied by the athletic office. It wil
front State street and will extend back
to .Maynard. The clearing of the land
has been commenced and the tearing
down of the remaining buildings and the
excavating will be startedimmediately
The donors of the $75,ooo to be used
in the erection of the new building are
the Newberry heirs, of Detroit. 'The
hall is to bea memorial to the mother,
Mrs. Helen H. Newberry. The ground
upon which the athletic association of-
fice now stands was donated by the uni-
versity.
Theybuilding was designed by Archi-
tect Albert Kahn, of Detroit, who als
drew up the plans for the new science
building which is to be erected on the
campus, and the new engineering build

MAX P. KRUTSCH

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Varsity Tailor

117 E. Liberty St.

rANTED-To buy
writer. C. W.
Phone 1676-M.

Underwood Type-I
Vain Benschoten.
170-2-4

WANTED-Instructor and wife desire
snmll house or flat east or south of
campus. A. W. Care Daily Office.
FOR SALE-Household furniture-
rattan chairs-library table-etc.
Phone 2382.
FOR SALE-Guitar, Banjo and Man-
dolin, standard make. Will sell
cheap. Call after 4:00 o'clock. 602
E. Catherine St. 170-1-2
CANOE PILLOWS
FOR SALE-Below cost (to close out),
at the PALAIS ROYAL, 304 S. Main
St. MICHIGAN, Chicago, Wiscon-
sin and others. 170-1--2
The home of Rexall Remedies. Ed-
sill's Rexall Drug Store. 122 South
Main St. Tue-Fri
Try our Sundaes and Sodas. Edsill's
Rexall Drug Store, 122 So. Main St. tf

WANTED-Four students, either men
or women, for summer work. We
finance you. Call for interview,
Tuesday or Wednesday between
10:00 a. m. and 6:00 p. m. Bauer,
Hotel Allenel.

crime?
Clerk, still reading: Your majesty,
this man did, on May 22nd, in the year
1914, walk up to another human be-
ing in his home town and utter these
words: "Is it hot enough for you?"
Satan, (throwing a fit): What ho,
slave, fire up furnace No. 1984623.
Away with the caron! (Purple music.
howls, a sizzling).
Curtain.
OFFICERS FOR NEXT YEAR
ELECTED BY COMEDY CLUB
Officers of the Comedy club as chos-
en in the election held-in the Cercle
Francais rooms yesterday afternoon
are as follows: L. M. Friedman, '15,
president, Mildred Rees, '15, vice pres-
ident, R. H. Tannahill, '15, secretary-
treasurer, H. L. Nutting, '15L, manag-
er and F. F. McKinn'ey, '16L, property
manager. The matter of spring try-
outs has been left to .the executive
committee.
Verification Club Meets at Hospital
The Verification Club of Washtenaw
county, an organization of prominent
homeopathic doctors of the vicinity,
will hold its regular monthly meeting
at the homeopathic hospital on Thurs-
day night, May 28. Among the speak-
ers will be Dr. H. M. Sage of the hos-
pital staff, who will speak on "Insti-
I tutional Treatment of Tuberculosis."

f~
1/
Biff!t Bang!,!
Competition is the spice of life'
The first Fatima Cigarettes were
sold in college towns--biff-bang!
Everybody delighted! Todaymore
Fatimas are sold in America than
airy other cigarettes-all because
they are pure,good, choice tobacco.
and better than some 'others
iiff-bang!t quality counts
Plain package-quality all in the tobacco.
TUIS H LEND

7Distinctively
Individual

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WANTED-Fifteen students to handle
a good proposition for summer
work. Call at 1317 Wilmot or phone
1407-M.
WANTED-Two university students
to work in Toronto, Canada. Salary
$65 and carfare guaranteed. Call
359-M,
WANTED-A few more salesmen for
Detroit and other places. Good
salary to start and commission
above. Phone 359-M.
WANTED-Men wanted for the sum-
mer. Pleasant work and splendid
wages. See McConkie, 410 N. State
St.
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

ing.
History Class Prefers Honor System
Every student but one, in Prof. Tur-
ner's European history class, voted
yesterday morning to take the final
examination in history under the hon-
or system. Prof. Turner stated that
the- honor system, on the whole, had
been very successful as used in his
classes this year.

W hen In Want
ot, anything in the rrealm
of music, call on us.
Get our prices and terms on P IAN O S---
VICTROLAS-MANDOLINS-GUITARS-VIOLINS.

You do NOT
Gamble p
when you buy --
rubber soled foot-
wear from me.
Because my better
grades of rubber soled shoes and oxfords are made for in
a factory that has made a specialty of this class of footw
t r the past ten years (originators *1 the thin leather too splice). I
sold them hore for the past eight yemrsand have the excusive sale fo
Arbor. NOTHING BETTER REGARDLESS OF IPRIk..
119 East Liberty St.

GRINNELL BROS.
120-122 E. Liberty St.

Quality-Service and Prices
Edsill's Rexall Drug Store. "

Right.
Tue-Fri

Phone 1707

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trait

by

MAEDEL means a. Portrait of
LTDIO, 119 E. LIBERTY ST. OPPOSITE GRINNELL'S MVSIC STORE

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