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June 04, 1914 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1914-06-04

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our straw hat
dhams & Co.
save you money.
Panama Hat ever
it $5.00

Anything that you bring In
today before 6 p. m. will be
ready tomorrow night, sure.,
The Work speaks forItself
as to Quality
Calkins' Pharm~acy

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Come in and

select

Beach suits, the coolest sui
weather. x We also have
of Olus; B.V.D., and spo
for outing wear, and also
trousers.

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Suits Cleaned and Pressed
and repaired
Cor. Main and Huron--over Farmer's
and Mechanic's Bank,
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On Thursday evening, June 4, at 8:00
o'clock, the piano graduates of the
School of Music will appear in a recit-
al at the School of Music Hall.
The program is as follows:
Introduction and Allegro appassion-
ato Op. 92 ............Schumann
Miss Angelia Sweet
Concerto Op. 16 (1st. Movement)..
. ............ Grieg
Miss Frances Rhodes
Concerto Op. 22 (1st Movement)....
.....Saint-Saens
Miss Esther Darrow
Concerto Op. 31 (2nd. and 3rd.
Movement) ............... Chopin
Miss Genevieve Seyler
Concerto Op. 5 (1st Movement)
.....Mendelssohn
Miss Dorothy Wines
Concerto Op. 23 (1st Movement)'....
.Tschaikowsky
Mr. John A. Meldrum
"Sealed Orders"
Beginning with a matinee this af-.
ternoon, a spectacular photoplay en-
titled "Sealed Orders" will be the at-
traction at the Majestic theatre for the.
rest of the week. "Sealed Orders"
deals w it h tihe stirring
events of a very few . days, in
a land resting under the shadow of
impending war. It involves the em-
ployment of a fleet of dreadnaughts
and two armies in addition to a star
cast of principals. The story is said
to run the whole gamut of human emo-
tion-love, hate, avarice and treach-
ery-w ith an unexpected denouement
that ends happily, with a distressed
family reunited, a nation saved and a
titled spy caught in a death-trap of
his own making. -,
A. 0. WILLIAMS, '14E, A)ND
LYDIA 3WAULBETSCII MARRIED
Announcement has been made of the
marriage of Alfred O. Williams, '14E,
to Miss Lydia Maulbetsch of Ann Ar-
bor, at the Trinity Episcopal church in
Toledo Wednesday, May 27. 4
Williams is a member of the Sigma
Alpha Epsilon fraternity, Vulcans,
campuk honorary society, and has been
in the Glee and Mandolin club for thei
past three years.
COACH YOST ATTENDS ANNUAL
MEETING OF FOOTBALL BODY
Fielding H. Yost made a special
jaunt from his home in Nashville,
Tenn., to New York last week to attend
the annual meeting of the football
committee of the intercollegiate body.
Officials for the Harvard-Michigan
game were satisfactorily agreed upon,
but ,no announcement was made.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Important meeting of men wishing
to try out for the staff of the Wolver-
ine, tri-weekly paper, published during
summer session, Daily office, 5:00
o'clock this afternoon.
Senior lit sing, 7:00 o'clock, under
Tappan Oak.
Women will meet in Barbour gym at
4:00 o'clock to elect a tennis manager
for next year. -
Delta Sigma Rho picture at Maedel's
studio at 12:20 o'clock.
More tryouts for the business staff
of the Wolverine wanted. Call Millard.
Phone 904-M.
SOPH LITS TO SHAKE THEIR
FEET IN THE FACE OF DEATH
Soph lits will shake aside all care
Friday evening, June 5, when their
pre-examination dance will hold forth
at Granger's academy. 'Dirgy" music,
in honor of the coming exams, will
feature the occasion while exam pap-
ers will be issued-in the place of pro-
grammes.
The social committee arranged a
number of hints for exam candidates
and they will be explained during the
dancing. Prof. and Mrs. Hildner and
Mr. and Mrs. Bryson will chaperone.
W. A. John is chairman of the com-
mittee.
Parisian Exhibit Loaned to Library
Mrs. W. R. Ratlke has placed an
exhibit of views of the ten wards of
the central portion of Paris, along
with a map of the entire city, in the
exhibit cases in the general library.
The exhibit of Spanish post cards, also
loaned by Mrs. Rathke, has been re-
moved.
TO RENT-July 1, unfurnished house
-9 rooms. In quire at 1303 Wilmot.
Telephone 1811-3. 177
'OR RENT-Room for five more girls
at Mrs. Parker's (League House)
415 . Jefferson, for next gear.
FOR R NT-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-Oliver typewriter, new;
style, printype. Price is very low.'
Cash or payments. Mack & Co.
WANTED-Modern house with large.
dining room and conveniences for a
society, to accommodate ten to fif-

Extensive Stock at
Reasonable Prices
Skilled and Trustworthy
Watch Repairing
OPTICAL SUPPLIES
Michigan Pins, Fobs,
Bars and Spoons
Js B. EIBLE R
109 West Liberty Street
Across from Mack's Side Entrance

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HENRY & CO. Mc
711 N. University Ave.

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Can meet all comp'etition in tailoring. Also a
of our 20 years' experience as makers of hi
garments.

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Prices from $20 tip.

Tailors

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and Club Houses

The'Squeeze' P1
must be excuted by the athlete

ss and Eilelency. Teleplhone for our
re you expert advice for your Kitchen Equip-

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Gas Company

teen girls.
Daily.

Address M. Michigan
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New P l e.
Candy Light Lunches
ike our Ow&n candy
Near Liberty

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We Have in Stock

the latest dance records for Victrola.
Also Medley U. of M. Songs
Player piano rolls, 88 note.
Violins, Weyman Mandolutes, Mandolins, Guitars, Banjos, Small
Musical Merchandise, Strings, etc.

can think fast, who is quick of
ment, keen of eye and swift of
*He must outguess and outspe
opponents to bring home the
run.
SIIRI3IMED WHlE
-the most nourishing and digestible form
wheat gives the athelete and the student
food for building brawn. brain and bone.
It nourishes' the mind and body; strengtf
tissues and help
as diet can---t
an athlete ha
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GRINNELL BROS.
120-122 E. Liberty St. ,

R A V IN G
t-Now is the Time to Place
r for those Engraved Cards
i Will need in a few weeks

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Phone 1707

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Announcement

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Styles and Quality of Workmanship
Unsurpassed
E MAYER-SCHAIRER CO.
STATIONER - PRINTERS-BINDERS
112 South Main Street

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TAIL.OR
Nu NirlR 61 WIST FOiR STRRR~T
DIMTOIT, MICH.

THE Si
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WILL GiE SPECIAL
A'TDNTION To ANN ARBOR STUDENT~S

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