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and OXFORDS
NEWEST SHADES.

School End Pic-
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HAND PR

SUITS 25c

108 S. MAIN STREET
ANN ARBOR

-ing Hats'
MMEDIATE WEAR. AT
SON 115 East Liberty
Of interestftoyou
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.
ald's in the Campus district.

Begining FFIday over
2000 Prints at 1-2 re-
gular price

C. I. KIDDs'17 Lit.

III

15304

1112 S.

A Few "M" Books Left--will
clean up at 90e
About 50 second hand and shop
worn Kodaks will be cleaned
out at prices unheard of before.

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If You Ex
Spend Your
In Ann

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and

CAMPUIS IN BRIEF
-Senior laws elected John C. Winter
alumni secretary-treasurer at their
meeting Friday afternoon.

)Iesale Grocers.

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FOLK
Ann Arbor
rival of
;oats $15.00
it $8.50
Cloth Trousers

-Senior pharmics, through their class
committee, have decided not to give a
class memorial.
-The university health service will
remain open for the entire session of
the summer school. As yet no one has
been appointed by the board of re-
gents to fill the place of Dr. C. B.
Stouffer, homeopath, who is to accom-
pany the engineers to Camp Davis.
-Senior lit invitations will be dis-
tributed in University hall, Tuesday,
June 9, from 2:0O to 6:00 o'clock, and
an Wednesday, June 10, from 1:00
6:00 o'clock.
--Prof. W. W. Florer is preparing a
monograph on "Luther's Use of Ger-
man Versions of the New Testament
Before 1522."
-The June number of the Cosmopoli-
tan Student was placed on sale at the
local news-stands yesterday afternoon.
-A course designed to fit students to
act as heads of cities having the com-
mission form of government, will be
started during the summer session
and continued as a course in the regu-
lar university term.
-Wilfred B. Shaw, general secretary
of the alumni association, received
word-yesterday that the Victor Phono-

ORPHEUM
Wed. June 10-Hearst- Selig Weekly
The Strength of Family Ties
1914 Student.Activities about the Campus
Thur. June ll-Jno Bunny, Lillian Walk-
er, Wally Van LOVE, LUCK & GASOLINE
Col. Hez Liar in FARMER
1914 Student Activities about the Campus
Fri. June 12-Pathe Weekly. Naomi
Childers in THE CRUCIBLE OF FATE.
Sat. June 13-. Rankin drew in
TKE TATTOO MARK
Mon.-Tues. June I 5416-Edgar Selwyn
PIERRE OF TIHE PLAINS

you cannot utilize your time to
vantage than to take a course
shorthand, typewriting, book
penmanship, or better, in all of
jects. The University graduat
tion to his college training, mu
pared to do some pratical work
pie want done, or he will be
handicapped. The course we off
ege men and women for the
available in both business and i
life.
SUMMER TE
begins Monday June 29, 1914.

graph Company will be unable to re-
produce Michigan songs this spring,
owing to the press of other work.
-All but 15 members of the 1914 eivil
engineering class have been placed in
positions, according to Prof. \ H. E.
Riggs.
Summer opportunity: Six men,
Preferably from Grand Rapids, Clhi-
cago, Indianapolis, Columbus, Cincin-
nati, Pittsburg, Cleveland (other cities
not barred) can secure profitble
work. See H.I W. Coleman, '08, imme-
diately at 1243 Washtenaw, from I to C
or 7 to 9.

School of

Selby A. Moran, Principal

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reach your ." Own

CREAM SODA
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:TON CANDY

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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Important meeting of senior engi-
neers Tuesday, at 5:00 o'clock.
Tryouts for the reportorial staff of
the Wolverine call Burnett, 1283-M.
Business staff tryouts call Millard,
904-M.
* * * * * * * * * * *

WE CAN FIX YOU

UNIVERSITY NOTICES

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WAGNICA
tmporting
Tailors

cow
State
Street

A vote of thanks was extended to
Helen Brandebury, yesterday, by the
women's league board, as an apprecia-
tion of her work as chairman of the
pageant.
* * *
A icnic breakfast was tendered the

NOW IS THE TIME TO GET GO
AT REDUCED PRICES
Varsity Toggery
1107 S. University Avenue.

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The best
Poultry
at the

and Fish

Furniture. Pianos
torage Merchandise

lofrMarket

new athletic committee by the retiring
members on Palmer field yesterday
morning. Hockey and basketball nu-
merals .were presented. The person-
nel of the new committee follows:
Chairman, Bertha Marsh, '15; basket-
ball manager, Mildred Carpenter, '16.

baseball manager, Marga
'17; hockey, Ethel Vail,
Sarah Stanley; '16 archl
Carlisle. '17: manager of

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410 N. 4th Ave.

Phone 82-L

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201 E. Washingten St.

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