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KODAKS,
FILMS,
Amateur finishing
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Q IMMEDIATE WEAR, AT
)SON 115 East Liberty
Of interest to you
For the convenience of those discrim-'
inatingfolks who;appreciate and desire
our
High Quality Ice Cream
we are pleased to announce that among
the progressive firms using our prod-
uct are The Delta, University Phar-
acy,Sugden Drug Co., Macdon-
t. aid's in the Campus district.

SEVEN ELECTED TO
COMEDY CLUB ROLL
Out of the 70 candidates who tried
out for positions on the Comedy club
yesterday, the following seven were
elected to membership: Harold H.
Springstun, '17, Amy L. Ecker, '16, Ru-
berta Woodworth, '17, Ethyl M. Fox,
'15, Harland W. Tucker, '17, Hilliard
W. Goldstick, '16b, and Donald M.
Morrill, '16.
Yesterday's tryout was one of the
largest ever, held by the organization,
probably due to the great success of
last year's production. Those who fail-
ed of membership to the club this year
will be given another chance next fall.
CAMPUS IN BRIEF
-A new course in advanced automo-
bile laboratory work has been announ-
ced for next year. It will consist
chiefly in research problems of the
motor and chassis and is open to
all students who have completed the
elementary courses in the department.
-Robert S. White, '14, has been ap-
pointed actuary of the Gem City Life
Insurance Company of Dayton, Ohio.
White will take up this new position
July 1.
-The Michiganensian staffs will hold
a dinner at the Union at 6:00 o'clock
Friday night, and fobs for service on
the 1914 yearbook will be distributed.
-Prof. F. C. Newcombe of the depart-
ment of Botany, and Mrs. Newcombe
left last week for an extended trip
through Europe. He will spend the
most of his time in Italy, Switzer-
land and Germany, and will return
in time for the opening of school in

ORPH EUM
Wed. June 3-
Captured by Mexicans
Thur. June 4-Kleine's
Lion and the Mouse
Fri. June 5-Pathe Weekly
The Salvation of Nance O'Shaughnessy
Sat. June $-iDarwin Karr in
The spirit and the Clay
Mon.-Tues. June8-9-Fdward Abeles in
Brewsters Millions
Matinee 25c-350
Daily .fU I
2.)C and 35c UD II and50c
Lyman H. Howe
DEPICTS THE
PANAMA CANAL
the fall.
-Assistant Professor Frederick S.
Breed, of the educational department,
is expected to return to Ann Arbor
this week from his tour of the state
high schools.-
-Wnllace W. Meber, grad., has left
for Oregon to accept a position in the
national forestry service.
Elect Eiigle President of Alpha Nu
Alpha Nu elected the fbolowing off!-
cers last night: E. J. Engle, '14, pres-
ident; L. D. Benedict, '15, vice-presi-
dent; ll. B. Teegarden, '17, secretary;
L. J. Fries, '15, treasurer. Fobs were
presented to the members of the soci-
ety's Cup debating team.

Standigh-a New
ARROW
COLLAR
for Summer

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An ultra smart style
which correctly ex-
presses the fashion
2for °5c
CLUETT, PEABODY&CO.,Irc. Makera

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Olur Leading Athletes
Join with other famous Americans
in Praising Tuxedo Tobacco
O UR world-famous athletes-
who triumphed for America at
the Olympic Games in Stockholm
-are among the thousands who
declare that Tuxedo is not only ex-
tremely enjoyable, but beneficial.
Famous Americansin every walkof
life-doctors,lawyers, actors, singers,
public speakers, statesmen, business
leaders-smoke and endorse
The Perfect Tobacco for Pipe and Cigarette

214 S. Main St.

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folk Coats $15.00
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A Well Made Suit
is an important part 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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Detroit Newspaperman to Stufly Law
Henry Koch, assistant city editor of
the Detroit Tribune, will study lawy
here during the summer session this
year. Koch will also take uip work
on the Wolverine, the tri-weekly
paper published during the summer
session.
LOST-I P notebook between West
Hall and Hill St., Wed. A. M. Find-
er please return to A. P. Bick, 802
State St. Reward.
LOST-$10.00 bill on or near Campus
or near Regatta stands either Sat-
urday or Sunday. Return to 910
Cornwell or call 396. Reward.

Tuxedo grew rapidly in public
favor, and without advertising
reached the stupendous total of fifty
or sixty trillion packages a year. Not
until the past few months could Tux-
.o keep up with the demand. Now
increased facilities permit every man
to smoke this best of tobaccos. j
Tuxedo is fine, ripened Burley
tobacco of the highest grade-aged
until thoroughly mild and mellow.
Then treated by the famous "Tux-
edo Process," that removes the last
trace of "bite" and develops all the
delicious Burleyfragrance and flavor.

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YOU CAN BUY TUXEDO EVERYWHERE
Convenient Pouch, Famous green tin,
inner-Dined with 5e with gold lettering, 14JC
moisture-proof paper curved to fit pocket
In Glass Humidors, 50c and 90c
Send us 2 cents in stamps for post-
FR E E age-and we will mail you a souvenir
tin of TUXEDO tobacco to any
point in the United States. Address
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
Room 1209 111 Fifth Avenue New York

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ENGRAVING

PACKARD ACAK
will be newly decorated and in fine shape for the fall op
present efficient instructor will be prepared to give you t
new approved dances.

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Don't Wait-Now is the Time to Place
your Order for those Engraved Cards
which you Will need in a few weeks

Your Clothes

'D PRESSING

Styles and Quality of Workmanship
Unsurpassed

FOR RENT-Room for five more girls
at Mrs. Parker's (League House)
415 1. Jefferson, for next gear.
LOST-Music stand in case on steps
of Alumni Hall Saturday. Brady
789-J.
WANTED-Those University women.
who did not investigate the proposi-
tion for summer employment last
C week, to call at Dean Jordan's
office today, June 3, between 1:30
and 3:00 or 4:00 and 5:00 P. M.
FOR RENT-Some of the best rooms
in Ann Arbor for either summer
or winter. Steam heat, electric
lights, seven fire places, instantan-
eous heaters in bathrooms. Right
prices to right parties. 522 Monroe.
Tel. 990-J.
FOR SALE-Rare- old violin. Made iii
1830. Good condition. W. W. Wheat-
ley. E. University Ave. Phone 189.1

Granger's will
nesday night asse
summer school, fr
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Save part of y
home by buying
at F. Wilkinson,
phone24-J.

WANTED-Typewriter
chair. Apply 624 S.
2034-J.

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Write for particulrs
scholarship and n
Address-Box 849,

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TROUSERS 10c

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1112 S. University Ave.

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