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Amateur finishing
719 N. University Ave.-'

THE FARMERS AND MECHAN
10O1-1 03.105 Sleuth Main
capital, $ 100,000

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UN IVERSITY NOTICE S

Surplus and Profits,

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Meeting of the junior law class this
afternoon at 4:00 o'clock in room C
of law bu ldlng, to elect football man-
ager.
Senior engineers last chance to or-
der invitations, Friday mnorning, 8:00
to 12:00 o'clock, in engineering socie-
ty rom.
All first and second rounds of the
Michigan Union double tennis tourna-
ment must be played off today or de-
faulted.
All freshmen wornen who have not
paid the extra assessment of fifteen
cents, are urged to do so before, June
3, as the books must be audited at that
time. They may be paid Saturday,
May 30, from 11:00 to 12:15 o'clock
and from 1 :00 until 2:15 o'clock at the
library- or to Olivia Williams, 718 S.
Ingalls street.
The annual election of officers of the
Architectural society will b~e held at
4:00 o'clock this afternoon in room
311 new engineering building.
e
New board of directors of the Cos-
mopolitan club meets at club office,
611 IE. Liberty street, tomorrow night
at 6:00 o'clock.
Junior architects meet at 4:00 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon in room 311, engi-
neerIng, building, to elect student
councilman.

ORPHEUM
Wed. May 27--HE MANSION OF SOBS
Thur. May 2£3-The Maid of Orleans in
;parts Joan of Are
Fri. May 29-Van Dyke Brooke in
Vitagraph Old Reliable
Sat. May 30--Anita Steward in
Vitaraph Hol never Know
Mon.-Tues.June 1-.2-Mary Pickfordi in
Tess of Storm Country
Aer'oplane Soon to Be Sent to Chicago
The eighty horse power aeroplane;
which has been on Ferry field for the
last two weeks, i~s to be shipped by
its builder E~ugene Gregory, to Cice-
ro Field, Chicago, where he intends to
give it a thorough test. Ferry field
was too smiall for the successful op-
eration of the powerful machine, which
he intends to manufacture.
Senior lits to Holdl Important Neeting
Senior f its will hold an important
class meeting at 4:00 o'clock this af-
ternoon, in the w est physics lecture
room, to decide what the class memo-.
rial shall be. An alumni secretary,,
and tw~o memjers of the boar-d o!'
ailumni secretaries will be elected. In-
formation regarding invitations will
be given by the invitations comimittee.

George Bisohol
F'lorist
220 Chapin Slreet Phtu
Choice cut flowers and plant;
THE STATE SAVING S BA
Surtjflbs and Profits, $1001
Capital Stock $50,000,00
ANN ARBSOR, MlIH
Wm., Arnoild Wmn. J. Booth C John W4
Vice-Pres. President Cash
Matinee fGARRDICK 25c,
Da ily
25c and 35c Ui lh~ and
Lyman H. Hov
DEPICTS THE
PANAMA. CANiA

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to you of . to $io and
any better fit, workman-

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increased nearly
season. There

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Booteery
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Agents for
ROYAIL
TAILORS

E OXFORDS
AND GENTIS
kin, low broad heel s,

A Well Made Sit
is an important pait of being
well 'dressed- -
A good appearance is of
course necessary; but perman-
ent satisfaction can only be
had when the garment is well.
made.,
Our coatmakers are experts
in their line and do the work
in our own shop.

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$6.00

above the

ordi nary."

New iciig,1n T1eehnit:Is lDistribted
The first number of the new Mlichi-
ganechic, which undier the plan
adopted this year. is to be published
quarterly, made its appearance yes-
terday and is replete with valuabl#
engineering articles, and well illus-
trated. The noew power pl-ant is de-
scribed in detail.
~Senior Society, Elects Junor Wonien
Senior society elected the following
junior women. to its membership at
the last' regular maeting: Hluldah lBan-

HOPPE

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Shoes "

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Importing

Co.
State
Street

p

~toeCrest,
e w P1letc e
ndiy Light Lunches
our own candy
Near Liberty

"THJE

FRESHMEN*.
You are eligible alter Cap Night
to wear any headgear.
OFF to 6 all
10%Fresh m en.
on all Purchases of
Soft i at s.
This discount holds 'good until June 6
We have also the newest and best in

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Why spend
when you can ee
for us? Work
perience not reqi
your field and wi

in

rhorns

rng.

croft, Romaine Bramwell, Honora Fo-
-erty, Bessie White, Lucile White,
Ge rtrude Snow, Helen Burlingham,
Mlargaret Woley, ~Marion Robertson,
alid Lu lle Stroup.

Cl

the Michig-an C
in a body to tl
ties. The proL
by faculty met
song s by the~

daily June 1st to Sept. 30th~
urn limit 30 days
privileges and option of boat tri~adBfao n nHdo ie
nd New York.
700Boston 26
I~ AND) RETURN~
w~fares to all Eastern Summer' Re-
Thousand Islands, Saratoga, Lake
ondacks, Canadian Resorts, White
d Springs and the entire Atlantic
.iftutral Line~s
~tral-"The Niagara Falls Route"

STR A W

HATS

Dennnon G~ets Forestry Appointmnt
E. L. Demmnon, '14, has been appoint- r
ed to a position in the governmentS
Iforestry reserve at Cheyenne, WNyom- D rm nlf o h y n eer
ly this-- week.
( Fresh Engineers Gather for Pow-Wow
Freshmen engineers will gather
round the flowing keg of ginger ale at-
their annual Pow-Wow on the eveningA
~of June 5, at Schoolgirls' glen. The
yearling boilermnakers will assemble at
7:30 o'clock on the appointed day at

Granger's will conti
nesday night assembli
summer school, from 9
er's Orchestra. 50 cen
WNV TED-Men Nwante
mier. Pleasaiit wol
wages. See MeConli

FACTORY HAT STOR~E

W. W. MAIN, Prop. 11 8 E. Huro t'

Near Allenel

Circle Tours
be arranged to New York and Boston, inch:
re extended circuit tours,
meals and berths on ocean
er fares.
de to' New York City." It
cresting information about

Eglake

(GIIINNELL MEETS 11L'ALL' IN
'Henry Grinnell will meet E. R. Mc-
Call this afternoon on the links of the
Ann Arbor Golf club for the chain-
pionslhip of the university golf asso-
ciation, the two mnen having 'worked
their way to the finals through a field
of strong competitors. The miatchi will
be an eighteen-hole test, and it is ex-
pected that the players will be followV-
ed by a large gallery.

SENIORS ODER YOUR VI.
CARDS NOI
LET US LOAD YOUR KO-DAI(
We Sell the Con Proof BlueBo4

's consult
Ticket Agents

S5TU DENT
I1 111 So. !University Ave

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