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-THIE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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You Should See

Them

Before Going on Your Spring
Vacation.

ADS IN THIS COLUMN ARE TO BE
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.
LOST
Lost-A check book and prayer book
on the campus, or vicinity Sunday
night or Monday. Notify the Daily
office. 131'
Lost--Chem. lab. ticket and key No.
611B, also Smith's general chemis-
try. Finder please return to Daily
office. 131

Men's and Women's

High Grade Shoes and

Oxfords. Also a full line of Rubber Soles at
G I LMORE SHOE COMPANY

FOR SALE.

THE QUALITY SHOP
Formerly Wmn.

I119 SOUTH MAIN
P. Purfleld, Inc.

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Pa lace of Sweets
Dow Town
LET
TRUBEY
Furnfsh the Ice Cream
Attention to Fratternities
aend Sororities
ON MAIN STREET

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Typewriter Repafring - Phone 1361-L
I will meet or beat any price made on a typewriter, sale or rental.

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D. F. WOODWARD
Ann Arbor Savings Bank Bldg, Second Floor

Ann Arbor, Mich.I

ThCub o use
209 South Stat. Street

Gives. Clean, Wholesome Board at

$4.00 per Week.
Water.

Safe Drinking

For Sale-Must sell U of M boat livery
and all equipment on account of ill
health. Good bargain. Call Paul G.
Tessmer. 130-135
For Sale-Full width,extra deep build-
ing lot on South Univ. Ave. near Ox-
ford Road. Shirley W. Smith.
130-31-32
WANTED
Wanted-Furnished rooms for eight
men students. Call Drake any time
today at 557-L. 131
We have the best goods at lowest
prices, for anything in the realm of
music. See us before purchasing.
Grinnell Bros. 120 and 122 E. Liberty
street. 125-132
Contrarie Mary Souvenir Scores and
Sheet Music for sale at Schaeberle &
Sons Music House. tf
Old Hampshire Vellum, v the latest
in fine writing papers, at Fosters. tf
Seniors! Seniors!
Seniors are requested to have cap
and gown measurements taken before
vacation. No deposit required. Mack
and Co. 130-31-32-33
Old Post Office Block. The Tailor
for Particular Men. Kollauf. Phone
1183-L. tf
Beautiful leather bound books -for
gifts at Fosters. tf
Grand Rapids.
Students without fail buy tickets
for Michigan-G. R. banquet of April
12th from Harry Brown at Union be-
fore leaving for home for vacation.
APPOINT COSMOPOLITAN CLUB
PUBLICITY BUREAU ChAIRMAN
Jabin Hsu, '14, has been placed in
charge pf the publicity bureau of the
Cosmopolitan club byPres. J. Bonilla.
A publicity propaganda will be con-
ducted throughout the world in the in-)
terest of the university, and special
articles will be featured in the leading
cosmopolitan publications. These ar-
ticles will be illustrated by pictures
of local scenes, and will be written
mainly by leaders in the local move-
ment.
Measles Confine Sophomore to House,
Walter D. Chanter, '15, of Detroit,
is confined in the Sinfonia fraternity
house, 720 So. University, with an at-
tack of measles. No danger of infec-
tion is anticipated since he has been
isolated. Chanter will be able to re-
sume his studies soon.'

MEN WANTED AT Y. M. C. A.
FOR VACATION EMPLOYMENT
Men are wanted at the Y. M. C. A.
employment bureau for both spring
and summer vacation. Already eight-
een men have been given steady work
for next week, five on farms, eight in
a lumber camp, and the others in
town, painting, cleaning, and working
for board.
Men are needed for summer work
to fill the following positions: four
machinists in Northern Michigan; one
chauffeur in Northern Michigan; ma-
chinists, die setters and makers, drill
press hands and woodworkers, in To-
ledo; subdivision and insurance agents
in Detroit; four cornet -and tuba play-
ers to travel; and fifty men for the
Detroit auto factories.
To Speak on "German Music."
Prof. A. A. Stanley, head of the uni-
versity school of music will deliver
a university extension lecture at Ger
mania hall in this city Thursday ev-
ening, April 10, on "German Music."
The lecture will be in German, and
will be illustrated by songs, sung by
Mrs. George Hastreiter.
COSMOPOLITANS ADVERTISE
U. OF M. AMONG EASTERNERS.
A list of names of foreign students
attending the large universities of the
East has been compiled by W. M.
Johnston, '13, secretary of the Cosmo-
politan club. He will mail a circular
letter describing the courses and fa-
cilities offered by the U. of M.
If the plan proves effective, other
letters will follow and a bureau will
be maintained to supply inquirers with
information concerning the university.
Prof Roth Speaks on Lecture Tour.
Prof. Filibert Roth will leave on a
week's extension lecture tour, next
Sunday. He will tour the Upper Pen-
insula visiting Marquette, Negaunee,
Ishpeming, Newbury and Sault Ste.
Marie. His lectures will be on the
subject of forestry and conservation.
Honor System Favored by Triangle.
Triangles, the junior engineer hon-
orary society went on record at a re-
cent meeting as being in favor of a.
general adoption of the honor system,
as it is now being used in some of the
classes on the campus.
Illini Men Hold Card Party Tonight.
Illinois club will'hold a card party
tonight at 7:30'o'clock at the Union.
Light refreshments will be served and
admission will be 25 cents.
Editor of "Nation" to Talk Today.
"Reactions in Journalism" is the
subject of an address which Paul E.
More, editor of "The Nation," New
York, will deliver in room 105 west
hall at 9:00 o'clock this morning.
The lecture will be delivered before
Prof. Scott's class in journalism but
will be open to all interested in the
subject.
"Bill" Edmunds Pays Visit to Campus.
"Bill" Edmunds, '12M, a member of
the 1909 all-fresh football team and
for three years a member of the varsi-
ty squad, made a visit hereyesterday.
At present he is coach of the football
team at Washington University in St.
Louis. While in College he was a
member of the Phi Beta Pi fraternity
and the Griffins society.

Time toLeave
. When you discover you are not dealing with a one-price sto
it's time to leave. A concession in price may look like a barga
It is not. It means the first price was not the real one. It mea
you may get a second or third reduction, if you are persistent.
Haggling is not the miodern way of doing business. C
line of famous
Society Brand Clothing for Men
is all marked in plain figures. You get the rock-bottom pr
At the Start
Without argument, without question we give you honest clot
ing and full value for your money.

$15.00 - $25.00

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J. F. WUE RTH Co.
HEADQUARTERS FOR GOOD DRESSERS
The New Spring Models are now being shown a
Hayley's Millinery, 206 E. Libcrt
Hair Goods a Specialty Phone 1390-
A Fellow can.be Proud of the
HENDFPO

C. C. Freeman, Proprietor

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Kaln - Made Clothes
Spring styles in

with Hat or Cap
to Match

1913 Henderson-8 H. P., 4 Cylinders, Chain Drive, Big Tires-s325
The man who rides a Henderson has a machine to be proud of.
It'is silent. It is powerful. It is long and low and easy riding.
It starts with a crank instead of by peddling; and the feet are res
in comfort on foot boards.
The college man's discrimination will tell him that the Hender
is by far the most desirable motorcycle by reason of the advantages
its four-cylinder construction.
And we predict that, among college men, the Henderson will
the great popularity it has attained among the wisest buyers of motorcycle
Henderson otorcycle Co
1158 Cass Avenue Detroit, IM
Stofflet and Elliott

Neckwear and Shirts

'«B. V. B.
"sTwintex"

Underwear

"Porosknit"
"Coopers"

VARSITY TOGGERY SHOP
1107 S. University Ave.

110 East Washington St.
HYGIENIC LAB GETS MEDAL
FOR EXHIBITION AT DRESDEN

Distributors for Washtenaw

MMONNNENn

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BIG MAY MUSIC FESTIVAL
Four .Days Hill Auditorium Five Concerts

RESERVED SEAT I CKETS NOW ON SALE

UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
$3.00, $2.00, $1.00
ival tickets must be exchanged otherwise add $3.00.

As an award of merit for the sole
scientific exhibit from America at the
International Exhibit of Hygiene held
at Dresden in 1911, the Hygienic Lab-
oratory is the recipient of a bronze
medal. The exhibit was prepared by
Dr. V. C. Vaughan.
Foresters to Spend Vacation in Woods.
Forestry students and others inter-
ested in forestry work, will journey
to the university experiment station
two miles west of Ann Arbor at the
beginning of the spring recess. The
work in charge of Prof. Lovejoy, will
consist of thinning, measuring, culti-
vating and planting.

McDonald's
[Hoppe's Former Store]
Liberty St.
Fresh Candies
"MACS" FAMOUS CRACKER JAC
Have You Tried Us

COX SONS & VINING, New York
MAKERS OF
ACADEMIC COSTUMES
Caps, Cowns & Hoods
for All Degrees.
MACK & CO., Representatives

Ann Arbor Dye Works
French Dry and Steam Cleaning

Mrs. B. E. Calkins Dies Tuesday N
Mrs. Belle E. Calkins, mother of
llam G. Calkins, '14E, of this city,
at the Homeopathic hospital Tue
evening. Funeral arrangements
be made as soon as her brother a
es from Oregon.

Bell 628

204 E. Washington St.

L. R. WAHL, Manager.

Sen iors"

otice

We are taking orders for caps and gowns, for Swing Out Day, Etc., (May 8th,) and can

save you many steps, being across. from the New Auditorium.

Caps and Gowns for all

Departments.

Quality and Price Guaranteed.

No deposit required with order.

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ur Spring Coods are Arriving Daily
Each day brings new assortment of the nobbiest spring clothing for young men.
Easter comes early and you will have to think of your Easter clothes sooner than usual. Look
over our large stock before purchasing. A few Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats at sac-
rifice prices.

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