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June 05, 1914 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1914-06-05

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Duck and Flannel Trousers,
Tennis and Gol Shirts

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hat Londlon thinks ablout fashions for you
kris thinks
w« York thinks
icago thinks
ill thiese opinions, with the fol-de-rols el-

Straw Hats'

Is shown here ready. 1wfo
~THE NEW BkL]
SLIP-Ol
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ericarns tPrefer.
re now ready to show you.
lesla Under-wear

Season 1914---Now on display
TINKER & Company
Cor. State> and William St.

lTe outer garment

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nschidt, Apft & Co.
Clothciers and Furnishers

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EALONG GRIND
patii two weeks mo e
ill need light dry goods for the Summer.

ANNOUNCEMENT
J. H. Lar~bert, the
well known shoe repair
man, has opened a
combination shoe re-
pairing and clothes
pressing estaablishment
at
301 S. State St.

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'JNIVIC.SITY NOTICES

Baptist Young People's; Guild will
hold a picnic at the island today and
tonight, Meet at the Guild house at
4:00 o'clock.
Attendance commnittee will hold its
last meetings oil AMonday acd Tuesday,I
June 8 and 9.
Band report today at south Ferry
field grandstand, 4:00 P. M., in march-
ing; uniform. Campus concert at 6:45
o'clock this evening._

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Every flung new in Sj
Spring Neckwwear, Spa
showing in Spring Ml
tIt Is high~ time for a
can't use too much 4
yours here and you c
right in every respec
THlE BIG STORE COR.
Reule, Car

LACES
hlOSIERY
WINDSOR TIE

EMBfROIDERIE;S
UND DRWEAR
SIULK GLOVES

3. 614 C. Liberty. St..
a lar Does Its Duty

He still continues his
business at
613 Williams St.

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Important meeting of Gargoyle bus-
iness staff this afternoon at 4:00
O'clock.
Mlen wishing to try out for the re-
portorial staff of the Wolverine, Call
Burnett, 1283-M.
Junior literary class meeting at 4:00
o'clock this. afternoon, room 203 Tap-,
[pan hall.

Phi Beta Kappa 111

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on account of examinations there
wvill be no assembly at Grangers next
week Wednesday. The Saturdady as-
serblies will take place as usual. 78-8O

Buy your key of Arnold
& Co., Jewelers, Main
Street. They have made
the= for several years.
Their keys are 14k gold,
finely made, prices lower
thian some others. Orders
nmay be left now for de-
livery uponx issuance of
the proper certificate from
the Secretary. See the
samples.

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Why you
f roini us
through
e goods-
honest in

thing new in
DRY GOODS,
Notionsand
Ready=to =wear
'itre cthat always / eats you fauir
SCHROEN BROS,
Phone 1000
1 24 South Main

Save part of your railroad
home by buying bags and suit
at F. Wilkinson, 325 S. Main.
phone 24-J.
On account of examinations

fare
cases
Tele-
there

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$has.

TRANSIT MARKET
Win. LINDEM AN
DEALER IN
Fresh and Salt Meats

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will be no assembly at Grangers next
week Wednesday. The Saturdady as-
semblies will take place as usual. 7 8-80
ALLEN SELLS GOOD CLOTHING.
SPRtING AIND SUMMfER STYLES.
Suits at $10.00-All Wool.
Suits at $15.00-All Wool, Hand Tai-
lured.
Suits at $20.00-Adlers' Make and
Style,
Suits at $25.00-Equal to Finest Cus-
tomn Work.
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE,
Main Street. df
Patronize Goodyear's Drug Store.
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On account of examinations there
will be no assembly at Grangers next
week Wednesday. The Saturdady as-
semblies will take place as usual. 78-80
The home of Rexall Remedies. Ed-
iill's Rexall Drug Stora. 122 South
Main St. Tue-P'M
Seniors, T ake Noticel
You must hiave 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.
Phione 296-M.

SECOND PLACE BATrTLE IS
POSTPONED UNTIL SATURDAY
The settlement of the tie for second
place in the finals of the inter6!ass
baseball series was postponed until
tomorrow morning at 9:00 o'clock.
A class in "Conveyancing" threatey~
ed to keep the junior laws out of their
fray with the senior engineers and
caused the postponement of the game
scheduled for yesterday afternoon,
which rain would have set over a day
or two anyway.
FOR SALE-Rare old violin. 'Mellow
tones. Made 1830. Call 189. 644 E.
University. W. W. Wheatley. 178
FOR S ALET-Fine old violin in excel-
lent condition. If interested call at
once. Clyde Zechman. 426 Cross St.
Phone 1590-J. 178
LOST-Black leather lady's hand
purse containing about nine dollars,
and check, in neighborhood of Car-
negie library Tuesday evening. Find-
er call 1800-Ml or Carnegie Library.
Reward. 178
LOST-Fromd library corridor Thurs-
day morning, gray raincoat with in-
tials \V. S. P. Inside. Please returi

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.aw elrs1
220 S. Malm St.

FORK, HAMPOULTRYEIc.

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Ball Phan* 2294

212 N.4th Ave.=

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re the First to show time new Tartan
s. Come in and see the different

to library or call 630-J.

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"The greatest
his to succeed-

MAX P. KRUTSCH
ailor 117 E. Liberty St.

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RAVING
-Nowt 19 tine Time to Place
r' for those Engraved Cards
Will need in a few weeps

Our speed camera caught tlw ball
leaving' the bat.. See display netxt to
Gushing's. Daises & Nickels.
Summer opportunity: Sig; meit.
Preferably, from Grand Rapids, Chii-
cage9o Indiaaapolis, Columbus, Cinein-
nati, P'ittsburg, Cleveland (other cities
not barred) can swcire profitable
w orki. See 11. 11 . Colemia n, 108, Inme-;
diately at 12403 Waslitenfaw fronm 10 to
12, ito 6or 7to 9, l1 80
Get a group picture of the house be-
fore you pa'rt. Daines & N ickels.
178-801

LOST-Gold topped umbrella, with
monogram C. H-. K. Finder kindly
call 765-11I 178-80
WA NTED-Copies of The Daily, for
June 3, 5. cents paid for thema at
Daily office. 178
WVANTED-T'wo rooms and board for
younig couple near South University
for one year from June 15th. Answer
624 So. Ingalls St. 178-9
LOST-Slipon in Medic building, with
Pi Upsilon, Rho in ink on inside.
Finder please' call 1043-J. 178
FOR RENTr-Some very pleasant
roomis for either summer school or'
winter. Could accommodate a club;
of 12 or 14. Everything modern.
417 E. University. 'Phone 1576-J.
178-80

When we evolved the
Fatima Cigarettes we
made them of the purest
and choicest of tobacco.
We wanted success for this brandl
No one better knows the good
quality of Fatima than the col-
lege fellow-he started its pop-.
clarity-toddy Fatimnas are the
biggest sellers in the country.
Package plain-quality all in the
tobacco. a

yles and Quality of Workmanship
Unsurpassed
MAYR-SCHAIRER CO.
112 South M ai Street

jOur speed camera caught t

leaving the bat. See displayr
On account of examinations there Cushing's. Damnes & Nickels.
will be no assembly at Grangers next
week W ednesday. kThe Saturdiady as- Amlateur finishing;. Prompt &
semblies will take place as usual. 78-80 i sfactory. Daies & Nickels.

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next to
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and sat-
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$4.00 per Pair-Che
OTHER STYLES)

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that are espeac
kind of work.
One style in leg
proven to be
factory for the
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"We Have in" StR~
the latest dance records for Victrola.
Als Medley U. of M. Songs
Player piano rolls, 88 note.
Violins, Weyman. Mandolutes, Masndolins, Guitars, Banjos ,Sm all
Musical Merchandise, St ring, etc.

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TIailor for Men
Make Your Spring Suit. Britih Woolens
,® .to$60.
94 WFest Fort Stroct

Shoe
Repair-,
ing
119 East LibertySt

Detroit

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120-122 E. Liberty St.

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