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April 16, 1913 - Image 3

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THE MICHI1GAN~ DAILY.

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t just Styllsh
t correctIn. style
To ju yt offer you stylish clothing
would b easy for us but would soon
set you doubting the value of our
store service.
We study the difference between
style and correct style so that you
may feel secure in any selection-1
yon may make here.
'there is an individuality in the.
styles of St:-n=Bloch Smnart Clothes
that pleases the critical buyers=a
glance at yourself in a Stein=.Bloch
Spring suit, before our frig mirrors,
explains why.

NEW

STYLES

and Oxfords

PHOTOGRAPHY
is being introduced in many leading uuiNer.-ities. It is essential
in every college man's: life that he know how to take pictures.
Can you conceive of a better opportunity than you now have to
learn how?
The Michigan st-udent who 'fails to take advantage of this
opportunity is makinig a great mistake.
You can buy a Kodak fromn $3.00A11) to $i50.00, accordirg to
the amount you want to invest, and any one of them will take
good pictures.
You can runt theni, good ones, for ioc per day.
We furnish there for you better and cheaper than anywhere
in the United States.
a LYNDON

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108 S. Maizn St.

ITelephone 458

719 N. UniversityA

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ensdlimitt, Apfcl & .Company I

A Fellow can be Proud of the
HENDE fmf i ON'

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US IVERtSITY NOTICES. ( cialtst, Society tonight at 8:00. p.
informal discussion and questioi
Chess and Checkers. club meets to-! covering topics of the last threes
night at the Union.. cialist lectures..
Choral Union, ushers will report for --
"Everyman" Saturday evening at the R., ". Harriman Rteceives Promotio
usual hour in University Hall. Karl E. Harriman, '98, the son
Girls Glee club will rehearse this Jugn r.W .Hria ft
afternoon at 5:00 o'clock in Sarah Cas- city, has been inade managing edilo
well Angell hall. of The Ladies' Hom~e Journal. M~
Meeting of the Soph Prom commit- Harriman has been literary editor
tee at the Union at 7:00 o'clock to- the magazine for a year, and willa
night. sumne the duties of his . new positic
Meeting of the Intercollegiate So- April 20'.

LARM CLOCKS aid you will ge-t
ilways right and all cl( cks gw-rant( ed
11I1 EAST W1A&HINGTON

to yovc.)'L :es oi ti'le
STRE 'L S~

J.L.CHAPMAN,

.Jewoltr

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Art Store
id Framing

Reasonable Prices,
Prompi Service and
G ,od Workmanship.

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.1 91 3 Wenderson-8 H. P., 4 Cylinders, Chain Drive, Big Tires-$325
The man ,who rides a Henderson has a machine to be proud of.
It is silent. It is ,powerful. J t is long and low and easy riding.
It starts with a crank instead of by peddling; and the feet are re~ted
in comfort on foot boards.
The college m~n's discrmination will "tell him that the Henderson
is by far the most desirable motorcycle by reason of the advantages of
its four-cylinder construction.
And we predict that, among co'lege men, the Henderson will win
the great popularity it has attained among the wisest buyers of motorcycles.
Henderson Motor ycleWCON
11568 Cass Avenue Detroit, Milch.

Miniature
RCUGof°
ORIENTAL
Design with
Each Package.

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Who Does the Best
Kodak. Finishing?

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We can -ho Nyoui. Bring
iiu your' film. Films de-
veloped 10c per roll.
l'rint= 3 up.

324 'So. State Streetj
TUTTLE'S,

I Stoffiet and Elliottj
JI 1 0 East Washington St. Distributors for Washtenaw County
ADS IN TIS" COLUM3N ARE TO BE Hold Scholarship Examinations May 17
P'AID FOR I4' ADVANCE. Examinations for the summer tray-
_________ ________________eling scholarship offered by M. Drey-
FORB SALE. fous through the Association of French
- -______teachers in America, and the annual
FrSale--Must sell U of M ba livery prize contests for French students in
and all equipment on account of ill teUie tts ilb edo
health. Good bargain. Call Paul G. Thursday afternoon, May 17, at 2:'00
Tessmer. 130-135 o'clock in, room 101 of the north: wing.
__________________________M. Rene Talamon will have, charge of
For Sale-Complete set Ridpath's His- the examination.
tory of World, nine volumes. Phone ______ ____________
1766-L between 11:30 and 12:30,
5:00and :00 . m.135 Contrarie Mary Souvenir Scores and

XVyhat's TheirFla vor LU
Well, they've got all the spice and
sparkle of Turkis tobacco.
And all the smoothness and mellow-
ness of Virginia. Oh, hangx! That down,'
begin to tell' it , they've got the Z U,,
BELDA FLAVOR. And there is only
one way to find ouit.what 'that's like;;,

.ON STATE STREET

We Serve Hot

Lunches

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; ie ic zor sa le E ~cae ±re
Sons Music House. tf

Longfellow Shirts
arrivad, a full assoilm,,nL f sizes and, p :tterns in both
d Madr!a5 cl Mis, of the Longfellow Shirt.. They
d- ins negligee style with both starched and soft cuffs.
1- our A~itdowis for displays of this exclusive shirt, or
Wil lat is show you the entire line.

Seniors I Seniors!I
Get cap and gown measurements
taken at once so as not to delay swing-
out. Mack and Co. 135

When looking for a
no one else has, you
jFosters.

choice gift that
may find it at
(1)

TINKER &COMPANY
ss and Hatters 342 S. State Street
s for the B. V. D. and Lewis Summer Underwear.

ThARI E MARY"

MUSIC

it Are
of monotonous
s r rci ' "'b; eakfast foods -
etea a, ye' lunch. foods- din-
-. ~ ner foods?
Try Holland Rusk with any
meal and every meal. See how
qickly our appetite brightens up.
See how much better - how different it is
~-~-~- ~ from anything you ever heard of.
i ~The Dainty Dutch Deliacacy,
is good all day-good one hundred ways. But no
matter how you serve it you'll know it's Holland
-' Rusk - because its flavor is so deliciously dis-
~- tinctive. You'll agree that there is but one
thing like _it-MORE.
LARGE PACKAGE OF THE.
' ' " GOLDEN=BROWN RUSKS 10O0.
Your Grocer Knows -- Ask him.
Holland Ruskc Co.

zUELtt(A-w~
TURKISH
l~so$VIRGINIA
SCIGARET ES

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findc a delightful. lot of

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correctness in

our Spring

and
and

Summer'

Suits for men

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young, men, ,andi even gret
deight in our modest prices.

pater
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visit should convince you.

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On Sale

$15.00 to $30.00

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mm at'

Hats, Caps, and Gents Furnishings

P.iBuilding Maynard Street
Across tramn Majestic

WADHAMS

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COMPANY

121=123 S. Main St.

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WHILE THEY LAST
OOD wLOOSE LEAF BINDERS WITH FILLER-, FOR 15 o EACH

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University

Pharmacy,

GOULDING & WIKEL
Proprietor

1219 South
University

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Toilet Articles.

Candies

lce Cream

Sodas

Shaving R

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