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and OXFORDS

NEWEST SHADES.

10& S. MAIN STREET
ANN ARBOR

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ing Hats
IMEDIATE WEAR, AT
ON 115 East Llerty
Ofintcstto you
IFor 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-
ald's in the Campus district.

Lyndons Annual
School End Pie-
ture Sale.
Begining Friday over
2000 Prints at 1-2 re-
gular price .
A Few "M" Books Left-"will
clean up at 90c
About50 second hand and'shop
worn Kodaks will be cleaned
out at prices unheard of before.,

Standish-a New
ARROW
COLLAR
for Summer
An ultra smart style
which correctly ex-
presses the fashion
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>1egale Grocers

-Martin Feinstein, '14, wInner of this
year's Field poetrFprize, has been ap-
pointed an assistant in rhetoric for
next year.

Ltd., 214

S. Main St.

OLFOLK
e arrival of
k Coats $15.00
's at $8.50
Hard Cloth Trousers

-The semi-finals f the Union "doub.
les" tournament will be played off to-
day, and the finals are to be played to-
morrow if weather permits. The win-
ning couple are to be presented with a
cup trophy.
-Donald 1i. Wells, '17, left for his
home in Grand Rapids last Tuesday,
suffering from tuberculosis. The case
was discovered by the university
health service last week. It is not
known whether Wells will re-enter the=
university next year.
-Anonncemnt has been made of the
miarriage of W. W. Reed, '1511, to Miss
T. D. Stem of Ann Arbor, in Ypsilanti,
on Mfay 1F3. Miss Stem is a teacher in
the Ann Arbor public schools. The
couple will live in Ann Arbor next
year.
-Plans for a club house for next year
were formulated at a meeting of the
Cosmopolitan club Wednesday night,
and a canvass of the members will be
started immediately. Plans were also
made for a public'lecture course to be
started by the club next year. A num-
ber of men will be elected at the end
of the week to represent the Cosmopol-
itan club on the extension lectures
next year.
-Members of the Gargoyle staff gath-
eyed at the Union in the final dinner of

ORPH E UM
Wed.June 3-
Captured by Mexicans
Thar. June 4-Kleiue's
Lion and the Mouse
Fri. June 5-Pathe Weekly
The Salvation of Nance O'Shaughnessy
Sat. June 6 -Darwin Karr in
The pirit and the Clay
Mon.-Tues.June 8-9-adward AbIee n
Brewster's Millions
Matinre 21K,04C-5
25C and3s -ondSOc
Lyman H. Howe
DEPICTS THE
PANAMA CANAL
-The engagement of Dr. Mark Mar-
shall, '05-'08M, to Miss Lois Kortland-
er, has been announced.

We Have Some Good Bargain
IN HO ES
that we can sell on so small a payment down that you can n(
affcrd to be renting, especially when the houses for rlent arew
scarce. Come in and let us tell you about them.
HOUSES FOR SA LE -Fine 8 room house on Church Street, lot 56 x 13
$6,8oo ; fine 8 room house on Forest Ave.. mahogany and enamel finis
$6,8oo; fine 8 room house on Cambridge, large lot, $io,ooo ; fine 9 roo
home just off Cambridge, mahogany and enamel finish on contract, $7,5o
We have other very attractive homes which we think woil
attract university people, some of whom wecan'give very easy term
We also have money to loan.
List your houses with us for rent

IWi HALEY & IIS
- Real Estate and Insurance
First National Bank Bldg.

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PACKARD ACADEMY
will be newly decorated and in fine shape for the fall opening. Also our.
present efficient instructor will be prepared to give you the latest in all the
new approved dances.
WORKS OF JEFFERSON WILL
BE EXHIBITED IN LIBRARY

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ECT ICE CREAM SODA
ERSITY AVE. PHARMACY

GOULDING &'WIKEL

1219 SOUTH UNIVERSITY

THA WASHINGTON CANDY

the year. Fobs for one and two years
service were awarded. Gold tokens
of service will be distributed later.
Speeches were made by Prof. W. G.
Stoner and by several members of the
staff'.
-During the summer session the
weekly Union membership dances will
be continued but they will be held on
Friday nights instead of Saturday as
at present.
-Senior homeops elected Rollin V.
Hadley permanent secretary of the
class.

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-The retiring cabinet of the Univer-
sity Y. M. C. A. presented Carl Smith,
'04E, graduate secretary of the Y. M. C.
A. and Wellington H. Tinker, religious
director, with silver loving cups in ap-
preciation of the Iwork done this year
at its meeting last night.
-Prof. Aubrey Tealdi, of the depart-
ment of landscape design, left Wed-
nesday night for ,Kancelona,. Mich.,
where he will deliver the last of his'
extension lecture series for this year.
-Senior dents at their meeting Tues-
day decided to appoint a committee to
select a class memorial. The commit-
tee will report within a few days.
-Eive pictures depicting life in the
engineering camp at Camp Davis have
been given to the university health
service by Prof. C. T. Johnston of the
engineering department. These pic-
tures are the first that have been giv-
en to the health service by any de--
partment of the university.

An interesting collection of facsim-
iles and photographs illustrating the
work of Thomas Jefferson as an archi-
tect, has been placed in the exhibi-
tion cases at the library for the next
few days. These reproductions are
from the original architectural draw-
ings of Jefferson recently found among
the papers of his great-grandson, the
late T. Jefferson Coolidge, Jr., of Bos-
ton. The collection is loaned by Mr.
Kimball of the architectural depart-
ment.I

E PLEA-
FRIDAY, JUNE 5th
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A Well Made Suit
.s 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
iade.
Our coatmakers are experts
in their line and do the work,
in our own shop.

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JUNIOR LITS MEET TODAY,
TO FIX ADVISORY SYSTEM

PROF. TURNER LEAVES FOI
EXTENSIVE TOUR OF EUROPE
Prof. E. R. Turner, of the history
department, left yesterday afternoon
for New York city, where he will sail
tomorrow afternoon, on the Campania,
for Europe. Prof. Turner will spend
several weeks in London, where he is
going to do research work in the Brit-
ish Museum, and the Public Record
Office, in continuing his work on the
history of the Cabinet. He is then
going to Ireland, where he will spend
some time in studying the Ulster
question. From here, Prof. Turner
plans to go to Italy and Greece for a
few weeks, expecting to return to this
country toward the latter part of Sep-
tember.
COMMUNICATIONS

PA THE FEATURE
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Press Your Clothes

The Junior literary class will hold
a meeting at 4:00 o'clock this after-
noon in room 203 Tappan hall for the
purpose of arranging for the senior
advisory system for -next year. Presi-
dent P. H. Crane will appoint a com-
mittee to take charge of the system.
It is probable that this committee will
not issue a call for senior men to act
as advisors however, until next fall.
Karl B. Hoch, '14, chairman of. this
year's committee, will be present to
assist in organizing the new commit-
tee:

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(Continue1 from page 1)
onstrations coming from the uncouth
fan at the league games, and in games
of minor importance from town row-
dies, but should it be heard at a col-
lege baseball game where the onlook-
ears and rooters are supposed to be ed-
ucated men? In spite of it all Michi-
gan did not win the game.
The visiting team is at enough dis-
advantage in playing away from home,
why put them atna greater disadvan-
tage? Colleges in the east have real-
ized the unfairness and unsportsman~-

'ship of such conduct an
to abstain from any d
that would tend to dist
-ill feeling among the vii
The idea in playing c
teams is not to foster ay
friendliness and we cai
this end when we act li
Let us be guided by the
ample of true sportsma
the eastern colleges and
FRANKIIN H. RC
FOR .RENT-A five .ro
honise for rent for su
tricity, gas, batle piar

1112 S. University Ave.

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