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The Michigan Daily, 1914-05-29

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IDuck and Flannel Trous ers,
I Tennis and Golf Shirts

EVERYTHING THAT IS NEW

The Stein=Bloch
Fashion Camera
Nothing gets by it.
It reflects what London thinks about fashions for yo ,
-what Paris thinks
-what New York thinks
-what Chicago thinks
And out of all these opinions, with the fol-de-roll el-
imnmated, come,
The Styles Sensibly
Dressed Americans Prefer.
Such styles we are now ready to show you.
imperial Kats, Deimel Linen,
' Mesh Underwear

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Is shown

here ready for your

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Straw FHats

Season 1914---Now on display
TINKER & Company

THE NEW' BALMACAN
SLIP-mON
":he coter garmnettad of the hour

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Cur. State and WillilamnSts.

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Linke

nschnildt, Apfcl 8
Clothiers and Furnishers

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- PROFILE-

C l 4lotS I B RIEr

TH LONG .GRIND
will be past. In sevenlweeks Mors.
THEN HOkE
Before you go, you will need light, dry goods' for the Summer.
You can buy
LACES EMBROIDRRIES
HOSIERY UNDERWEAR
WINDSOR TIRS SILK GLOVERS4
at our store.
HI. S. PINNEY ft CO. 614 E. Liberty St.
The Store Where a Dollar Does its Duty

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Jewelry of. Quality
Good solid reasons why you
should buy your jewelry from us
will be found by looking through
our line of fresh desirable goods-
up to date in style and honest in
quality.
SCHLANDERER & SEYFRIEDr
1 13 E. Liberty St,

Always some-
thing' new in
DRY GOO Ds,
No tio ns and
Deady=to =wear
The store that always treats you fair
SCHROEN BROS.

0/ odest8A in Amy
'UNITED SHIRT &c C tT AR. CO. TRCK N Y.
ANNOUNCEMENT
J. Hi. Lambert, the
well known shoe repair
man, has opened a
combination shoe re-
pairing and clothes
pressing establishment
at
301 S. State St.

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WAI KING Loo
Comue Up and Try
George's Chop Suey
D~elicious Chiriese and American Dishes.

Hie still continues his

business at
613 Williams

St.

Phone 1000
1 24 South Main

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---Thie ch aperonles for the weekly Sat-
urday night danme ,at the Union will be
Prof. J. lR. Bruinma and Mrs. Brumm,
and Prof. W It. !llumplhreys and Mrs.
Humphireys.
- "lie senior sits did not hold at class
meeting- yesterday, because a quorum
was not present. T he postponed ses-
sion wil be hield at 4 :00 o'clock next
Tuesidy, in the stphysics lecture
room.
---Dr. A. W. Hewilett of (lie iieial de-
partment, and fam ily will spend the
summer in San Francisco, California.
-I. M. Clark, '1611, v,-bo was operated
on for appendicitis several weeks ago,
will leave the university this week for
his home in Scranton, Pa., to recover
his health.
-The university library will be closed
Friday evening, May 29, and all daiy
Saturday, May 30.
-The connititee for the Y. -21. C. A.
handbook of the next school year has
made plans for the issue ( 4,500 cop-
ies, more than have ever been printed
before. The book will also contain
more cuts illustrating the campus
than previous editions.
--The Varsity banmd will open the Me.
morial day, exercises on tomorrow at
9:00 o'clock on the Court house lawn.
The Lull band of 40 pieces, will take
part.
-There +Yill l>( a inietingf of the new
board of directors4 of the Cosmiopoli-
tan club at the Cosmopolitan clubt:
rooms tomorrow evening at 6:00
o'clock. ,
-The senior enginer formal dane
at (;r 1ugerr's tonight, will begin as
soon as the cap night celebration is
over., The committee decided that no
flowv(,rs would be permitted.
Student Life on Sale This Afternoon
President-Eme)(ritis James B. Ani-
gell and Dr. A. S. Warthin are con-
tributors to the srignum bery of the
StudenitLLife, %which will ibe-sold on
the campr!us this afternooni. The paper
will also lie sold at the RtegaLta tonior-
row.
u NIVERSITY NOTICES
Jeffersonian will meet at 7:00
o'clock tonighit,'to elect officers for the
comning season.
All men intending to write music
for next year's opera, are requested to
see Mr. S. S. Grosnrer before the close,
of school.
The senior law picture will be tak-
en at 12:05 o'clock this noon, In front
of the law building.
Al] band men meet at ban~id stand in
marching uniform, at 7:00 o'clock to-
Those who have joined the Union
Boat club and have not received their
tmembership cards are requested to
call at the Michigan Union desk and
get them at once.

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ARNOLD (C

Co.

220 S. rMal ~St.

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Phi Beta Kappa
Buy your ke-y ol A iiold
&Co., Jewelcers, Mainu
S-treet. Theyi have miade
them for several years
Their keys are 14k od
finely made, -prices lower
than some others. Orders
may be left now for de-
livery upon issnaiice of
the proper c t iatfo
the Secretary. ee thei~
samples.

I ROWE'S LAUJNDRY
4 06 DFTR~lT STR EET
The L.ink between College and Hto
on State Street
We Serve Hot Luuch4

Everything wew lit Spring Suits andi Overcoats,
Spring Neckwear, Spring Uderwear, Immense
shoawig fit Spyrits(ManhAattan Shirts.
It is high time for a new Spring Hato and you
can't use too mauc h care in choosing i t. Pick
Iyours here and you c an be sure it's absolutely
right in every respect.
ItlifBIG STORE COR. WASHINGTON and MAIN
ffReM le, onlin01&1Fiegel

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All We Know
of is the BEST

Flowers
Cho .oe C xt Flowers
Fine lot of Palms and Ferns for Decorating
Car. 12th St. and S. Univ. Ave. Phone 1 IS5

STRANSIT MARKET
Win. LINDE MAN
DEALER IN
Fresh and Salt Moats

PORK, HAM.POULTRYEtG1

Bell Phone 2294

212 N.4#h Ave.

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Granger's will continue their Wed-
iiesday night assemblies through the
summer school, from 9-12, with Fisch-
er's Orchestra. 50 cents per couple. tf
ALLEN SELLS GOOD CLOTHING.
SPRING AND SUMMI1~ER STYLES.
Suits at $10.00-All Wool.
Suits at $15.00-All Wool, Hand Tai-
lored.
Suits at $20.00-Adlers' Maks and
Style.
Suits at $25.00-Equal to Finest Cus-
tom Work.
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE,
Main Street. t
Granger's will continue their Wed-
nesday night assemblies through the
summer school, from 9-12, with Fisch-
er's Orchestra. 50 cents per couple. tf
GET THAT STUDENT LIFE TO.
DAY1!!
Granger's will continue their Wed-
nesday night assemblies through the
summer school, from 9-12 with Fisch-
er's orchestra. 50 cents per couple,
tf

SOMETHING NEWI
Ilwe are the First to show the new Tartan

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Alo aske a salestilaeto t _C
TI a te ther da' 1( T - y how at itmax
>3 o, re thming, _on.e
tbc: wis vly a fwe ars ago tat
lnowtherae-qisn'talrein th'e.
cl(Y Ir itLC i meisyall Wih all

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sultinge.
shades

Come in and see the different

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MAX P. 4KRUTSCH

Varsity Tailor

117 E. Liberty St.

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"THE GLEN MOOR WAY"

WANTED-For next year.
for club of 12 or 14 boys.
R. S. caA Michigan Daily.

Roonyis,
Address
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You can make your

vacation

WANTED-Two

university students

months pay for your next year
,college by representing-

THE GLENMOOR COMPANY
EAST LIVERPOOL, OHIO

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to work in Toronto, Canada. Salary
$65 and carfare guaranteed. Call
359-11.
WANTED-25 men for a quick selling
canvassing proposition. Call Rabin-
owitz, 1104 or at 114 No. Division St.
17 2-3
FOR SALE-Guitar, Banjo and Man-
dolin, standard make. Wil sell
cheap. Call after 4:00 o'clock, 602
E. Catherine St. 170-1-2

WANT i±D---To buy
writer. C. WV.
Phon~e 1676-M.

"TRKSHBLENI)

ULndErxx ood Type-
vane Bensehotenl.
1'70-2-4

FOR SALE--A brand new M and M
motorcycle. Cheap for' cash, if sold
immediately. Call at Switzer Hard-
ware Co. '172-3
WANTED --Fifteen studen ts to handle
a good p}roposition for summer
work. Call at 1317 Wilmot or phone
1407-M,

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when you buy 'Y
rubber soled ft

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Tsleplsono Cadillac 4524

LET

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w e H v inthe latest dance records for Victrola.
Also Medley U. of M. Songs
Player piano rolls, 88 note.

Tailor for Men
Make Your Spring Suit. British Woolens
$35. to $0.

wear from me.
Bcuem betrgrades of rubber soled iShoeS :and oxfords are madefor me by.
is factory that has made a specialfy of Mais class of footwear
I -r the past ten Years oiiao 1Mte Ithin leathe r toea splice). t ha've
soldthem here br the Das I<eigt ea[ 7rs and hiave thteexclusive sale torn
Arbor.-,NOTHING lBETTER REG.-.;AIRDLESS oF FRC
119 East iberty Sft.

Violins, Weymau Mandol utes, Mandolins, Guitars,
Musical Merchandise,. Strings, etc.

Baiijos, Small

94 Went IFort Street

Detroit

GRINNELlL BROS.
no2-122 E. Liberty att.

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Phone 1707

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A orratby MAEDEL 'meafts 0, Portrawit of Chakrek.ctei
STUDIQ, 119 .. LIBERTY ST. OPPOSITE GxRINNEILL'S AMVSIC STORE;

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