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Amateur finishing

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3RICS
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TYLES
PERFECT FIT

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M, 604 E. Liberty

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aiiiored Suits

$22 and $25

saving to you of $5 to $io and
ye you any better fit, workiman-

or style.
loring business has increased nearly

50 %

eason over last season.

There is a

pus Bootery
Opp. Huston's

Agents for
ROYAL
TAILORS

SOLE OXFORDS
7R LADIES AND GENTS

719 N. Un
FOUND-About May 16th a large gray
sweater. Owner may have it upon
identification. Call 636 E. Universi-
ty. Phone 1739-M. 177
LOST-In front of Economics Bldg.,
last Thursday, Organic Chemistry
text and two small note books.
Please return to 719 North Univer-
sity. 177
LOST-No. 3 Folding Pocket Kodak in
bleachers, Ferry" Field, Saturday.
Finder please leave at Daily office
for J. B. Cook, 327 So. Division St.
Liberal reward. 177-8
LOST--A Sigma Phi fraternity badge
with "Heniy Hart" engraved on the
back. Finder please telephone 16.
Reward. 177
LOST-$10.00 bill on or near Campus
or near Regatta stands either Sat-
uiday or Sunday."' Return to 910
Cornwell or call.396. Reward.
Subscribe now for the Wolverine at
The Daily office. 177
Patronize Goodyear's Drug Store.
t
75c brings the Wolverine to your
door. 177
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 those Commencement numbers
of the Wolverine. Subscription 7Te.
Patronize Goodyear's Drug Store.
ALLEN SELLS GOOD CLOTHING.
*SPRING AND SIMMER STYLES.
Suits at $10.00-All Wool.
Suits at, $15.00-All Wool, Hand Tai-
ored.
Suits at $20.00-Adlera' Make and
Style./
Suits at $26.00-Equal to Finest Cus-
tom Work.
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE,
man street. t
Subscribe now for the Wolverine at
The Daily office. 177
Granger's will continue their Wed-
nesday night assemblies through . the
summer school, from 9-12, with Fich-
er's Orchestra. 50 cents per couple. tf
Save part of your railroad fare
home by buying bags and suit cases
at F. Wilkinson, 325 S. Main. Tele-
phone 24-J. tf
Get those Commencement numbers
of the Wo-erine. Subscription 75.

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PROFESSORS PLAN VARIED VACA-
# TIONS
(Continued from page 1.)
in wood structure, at the Arnold Arbo-
return in Boston. Mr. R. W. Clark,
instructor in petrography, will be in
charge of a party of six Michigan men

--1

iversity Ave.
ORPHEUM
Wed. June 3-
Captured by Mexicans
Thur. Jun. 4-Kleine's
Lion and the Mouse
Fri. June 5-Pathe Weekly
The Salvation of Nance O'Shaughnessy
Sat. June 6-Darwin Karrin
The Spirit and the Clay
Mon-Tus. June 8-9-Edward Abeles in
Brewster's Millions

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There is a shop,
Proprietor "Pop; "
:Serves things to eat
Both goodtand sweet
Will treat you right
Morn, noon and night

4

Nights at 8:16 p. m.
Matinee Daily at 3 p. m.
2 1-2 HOURS OF MOTIOft PICTURES
Allietto
Kellerifihall
"THE PERFECT WOMAN" In the Spec-
tacular [ Photo Play " NEPTUNE'S
DAUGHTER.
Direct From the Detroit-Opera House
NIGHTS
LOWER FLOOR - - - 50C
BALCONY - - - - 25C
MATINEES
Adults 25c; Children 1 5c

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in field work for the Wisconsin Geo- door.

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brings the Wolverine to your
177

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1 calfskin,

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low broad heels,

es 3,50 to $6.00'

distinctiy

TONIHT 7
MATINEE TOI

above the

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ordinary."

ihr's Shoe Stores mainst.
"Nettleton Shoes"

"he SugIr Bowl
Confectonlery
We have the best assortment of
Chocolas tes krnd Bor, Bone
kinds of ferey Ice Creams far Partes.
y our Fruit Sisidaea after the Theatre

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logical Survey.
Prof. W. B. Pills ury, of the depart-
ment of psycholofy, who was recently
forced to give -up his duties temporar-
ily, owing to sickness, will go to Wy-
oming for the summer to recuperate.
Prof. M. A. Ward, of the dental de-
partment, will leave Friday for Great
Falls, Montana, where he will repre-
sent the University of Michigan at a
dental congress to be held in that city.
Professor Ward will travel in the
west before returning to the University
Among other faculty members who
expect to undertake trips to the west-
ern part of the U. S. during the sAn-
mer are: Prof. B. F. Bailey, of the de-
partment of electrical engineering;
Professors A. W. Hewlett, R. B. Can-
field, and A. M. Barrett, all of the'med-
ical department; Prof. F. M. Taylor, of'
the 3department;f economics will
probably spend the summer in the
White mountains and in northern
Maine.
Granger's will continue their Wed-
nesday night assemblies thru the sum-
mer school, from 9-12, with Fischer's
orchestra. 50 cents per couple. tf
Speed pictures on postals. Daines
Nickels.
Best shine at French Parlors on Lib-
erty just off State. Step in.
Granger's will cdntinue their Wed-
nesday night assemblies through the
summer school, from 9-12, with Fisch.
er's Orchestra. 50 cents per couple. tf
Our speed camera caught the ball
leaving the bat. See display next to
Cushing's. Daines & Nickels.
Granger's will continue their Wed-
nesday night assemblies through the
summer school, from 9-12with Fisch
er's orchestra. 50 cents per couple.
Seniors, Take Notice!
You must have engraved cards to
send out with your invitations. Can
do your work right here in Ann Arbor.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Walter Duf-
ford, 711 N. Univ. Ave., second floor.
Phone 296-M.
The home of Rexall Remedies. Ed-
sill's Rexall Drug Store. 122 South
Main St. Tue-Fri I

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

Right.
Tue-Fri

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Colle
Make college life
worth knowing a
Freshman to Sen:

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Tin

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Lym

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makdn. Street

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"TIlE GLEN MOOR WAY "

Swimming suits of all sorts
Wahr's University Book Store.

at
tf

ould you accept a position in
ur home town at $5.00 per
y for the summer months ?
so write

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Amateur finishing. Prompt and Sat-
isfactory. Daines and Nickels.
Try our Sundaes and Sodas. Edsill's
Rexall Drug Store, 122 So. Main St. tf
Straw Hats.
All the 1914 Models in Straw Hats,
including the New High Crown Sail-
ors. All the leading styles in Pana-'
mas. Hats to suit all tastes, from $1.50
to $6.00.
Allen's Good Clothes Store tf
Main Street.

ENMOOR COMPANY I
ST LIVERPOOL, OHIO

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Cool Zephyrs
'e Stirred .by our Electric
Fans For
Summer School
Students
STERN MICHIGAN EDISON Cos

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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.

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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

4Ourcoatmakers are experts
in their line and do the work
In our own shop.
WAGNER CO.
Importing State'
Tailors Street
ow

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"Con Proof" BLUE
ALL SIZES. SOLD ONLY AT
STUDENT'S SUPPL
1111 South Univ. Opposite Engineering Buildil

WILLIAM

Phone 2300

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