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..THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

Not just stylsh
but correct in style
To just offer you stylish clothing
would be 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
yon may make here.I
There is an individuality in the
styles of Stein=Bloch Smart Clothes
that pleases the critical buyer-=a
glance at yourself in a Stein-Bloch
Spring suit, before our big mirrors,
explains why.
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CET ONE OF OUR Telephone 716.
ALARM CLOCKS and you will get to your classes on time
Prices always right and all clocks guaranteed. New location.
111 EAST WASHINGTON STREET
J. L. CHAPMAN, Jewekr
DeFries' Art Store Reasonable Prices,
Prompt Service and
Pictures and Framing Good Worman
1223 S. Main Street
" fWho Does the Best
Kodak Finishing ?
We can show you. Bring
iu your film. Films de-
nsveloped 10c per roll.
Prints 3c up.
CALKINS PHARMACY
324 So State Street
§ TUTTLE'S
ON STATE STREET
We Serve Hot Lunches
Longfellow hirts
Just arrived, a full assortment of sizes and patterns in both
silk and Madras clths, of the Longfellow Shirt. They
are made in negligee style with both starched and soft cuffs.
Watch our windows for displays of this exclusive shirt, or
better still, let us show you the entire line.
TINKER & COMPANY
Furnishers and Hatters 342 S. State Street
Agents for the B. V. D. and Lewis Summer Underwear.
"CONTRARIE MUSIC

ADS IN THIS COLUMN ARE TO BE
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.
LOST.
Lost-White bull dog with harness,
collar and chain. Answers to the
name of "Duke." Phone 1166. 137
Lost--Wednesday, possibly at Ferry
field, large Waterman Ideal fountain
pen. Red and black conglomerate.
Arthur Buckner, 210 So. Thayer,
Phone 1816-L. 137
FOR SALE.
For Sale-Fine fraternity house.. Best
of locations. Suitable for 30. At a
bargain and on easy terms for quick
sale. Phone 315 or address D. Mich-
igan Daily. 137
For Sale-Second hand 18 ft. Mullins
canoe. Also new Mullins Canoes,
cash or time. Orrin J. Wenzel, 636
So. Thayer St., 682-J. 136-38
Seniors! Seniors!
Get cap and gown measurements
taken at once so as not to dealy swing
out. Mack & Co. 135-137
Parties for Normal students and
friends at Harnack's Academy as fol-
lows:
April 19 and 26.
May 10 and 24.
June 7.
We press by hand. Ladies' and Gen-
tlemen's clothing carefully pressed by
experienced tailors. C.JI. Kidd, 1112
S. University. Tu-Fri-Sun-tf
Panama Canal Exposition.
If you want to earn a big commis-
sion and a free trip to the San Fran-
cisco Exposition in 1915, send your
name and address at once to Page &
Co., 1315 Call Bldg., San Francisco,
Cal. 139
Does your suit need altering? Altera-
tions our specialty. C. I. Kidd, 1112 S.
University. Phone 1530-J.
Tu-Fri-Sun-tf
Contrarie Mary Souvenir Scores and
sheet music for sale at Schaeberle &
Son's Music House. tf
Open every evening until 9:30. Sun-
days from 9:30 to 12:30, 1:30 to 3:30
only., Lyndon's Kodaks, films, filash-
lights, 719 N. University. Sun Fri

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would be able to carefully explore the
stream from the power house to the
Argo site.
The call for students to aid in the
hunt was issued yesterday morning by
Pres. Hutchins after a conference with
Mrs. P. Tessmer, the owner of the lo-
cal boat livery. She agreed to furnish
the university with sixty canoes, if
students could be found to handle
them. Notice was sent by the Pres-
ident to all classes on the campus,
and all those who could manage canoes
were urged to appear at the boat house
at 2:00 o'clock.
The call brought about three times
as many men as were needed, but ca-
noes were provided for everyone until
about half past two when every canoe
was out on the river. The boats were
paddled up to the Barton dam, where
Prof. C. T. Johnston and J. W. Morri-
son., '14, spoke for a short time, tell-
ing of the nature of the work, and th
manner in which it should be carried
out.
The canoes were lined up in three
lines across the river, and then were
allowed to float down the stream. The
supply of pike poles proved inade-
quate and many of the boat crews were
forced to proceed as best they could
looking at the bottom. A large water
glass was donated for the use of the
party, and it is expected that it will
prove valuable, especially in the torch
light hunt.
The authorities had promised to
close the big dam during the after-
noon, but they were obliged to carry
a heavy load for the D. U.. R. and so
both wheels were churning all during
the hunt.
Several of the canoeists were spill-
ed during the course of the afternoon,
the rapids at the site of the old Corn-
well dam proving too much. No acci-
dents resulted.
SENIORS NAMED TO
SUPERVISE EXHIBIT.
(ontinued from page 1.)
C. E. Wolfstyn, E. T. Lazear.
Chemical-M. Taber, L. J. Paddock.
Marine-L. A. Bait; chairman; H. S.
Hewitt, W. M. Mills.
Architecture; C. M. Smith, chair-
man; H. Penny, H. Burgess, J. Thorn-
ton, F. Klein.
Forestry-D. C. Birch, 'chairman; J.
H. Pottinger, R. H. Stock.
Plans are being made which will
make the exhibit the biggest event in
the engineering department for some
years. All of the departments are
constructing special displays illustrat-
ing the most interesting and instruct-
ive features of each particular sub-
ject. F
Extensive advertising is being done
all over the state, and it is expected
that many out of town visitors will at-
tend. It is probable that classes in
the other departments will be excused
for one day to enable all students to
see the engineering exhibit.
EMBALMING COURSE TO BE
GIVEN BY MEDICS AND LITS
Work in connection with the course
in embalming which will be offered to
students in the summer school will
be divided between the lit and medical
departments. The chemistrymwill be
given under Prof. Edward Campbell,
by Dr. Wm. Hale. The bacteriology
and anatomy will be given in the med-
ical department, the first under the di-
rection of Prof Frederick Novy and
the latter under the direction of Dr.
George Streeter

Telephone 458

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NEW STYLES

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MANY STUDENTS SEARCH
FOR LOST BODY.

IN VAIN

LYNDON
719 N. University Ave.

Regal

PHOTOGRAPHY
is being introduced in many leading universities. 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 student who fails to take advantage of this
opportunity is making a great mistake.
You can buy a Kodak from $3.00 up to $i5o.oo, according to
the amount you want to invest, and any one of them will take
good pictures.
You can rent them, good ones, for roc per day.
We furnish them for you better and cheaper than anywhere
in the United States.

ShoesI

aid Oxfords

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108 S. Main St.

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A Fellow can *be Proud of the
HENDERSON

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Try Martha Washington
the University Pharmacy.
ery day.

Candy at
Fresh ev-
Fri.

1913 Henderson-8 H. P., 4 Cylinders, Chain Drive, Big Tires-$325
Thegnan 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 rested
in comfort on foot boards.
The college man's discrimination will tell him that the Henderson
is by far the most desirable mctorcycle by reason of the advantages of
its four-cylinder construction.
And we predict that, among college men, the Henderson will win
the great popularity it has attained among the wisest buyers of motorcycles.
H enderson Motorcycle Co.
1158 Cass Avenue Detroit, Mich.

Get your spring suit now. Style and
fit guaranteed. C. I. Kidd, 1112 S.
University. Phone 1530-J.
Tu.-Fri.-Sun.-tf
Beautiful leather bound books for
gifts at Fosters.
J Laws Hold Spring Party Tonight.
Junior laws will hold their annual
spring party at Granger's academy
tonight. The music will be furnished
by a saxophone quartette and the pro-
gram includes many -seelctions from
the Michigan Union Opera. Chaper-
ones are Prof. and Mrs. E. C. Goddard
and Prof. and Mrs. E. R. Sunderland.
Tickets may be secured from members
of the social committee at $1.00 each.
Social Study Club Postpones Meeting.
The scheduled meeting of the Social
Science Study club, which was to be
held tonight,, has been indefinitely
postponed.

1 0 East Washington St

Stofflet and Elliott
t. Distributors for Washtenaw County

COXSONS&VINING,NewYork CGA R R I C K THEATRE
MAKERS OF DETROIT
ACADEMIC COSTUMES The Scotch Star of star.
Caps, Cowns & Hoods H A R R Y L A U D E R
for All Degrees.
With his London Music Hail Artists
MACK & CO,, Representatives NEXT WEEK-LESLIE CARTER
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OU will find a delightful lot of

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and

Summer

Suits for men and

young men, and even greater
delight in our modest prices. A

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Across frem Majestic

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Mznayiny Dirvom
W ion IiMam
Man-aler

VANDERBILT HOTEL
34M ST. EAST HTPARK AVE., N.Y.
Subway Entrance

$15.0 to $30.00

Sal

At the focal point of the terminal zone, on the
crest of Murray Hill, cooled by Southern breezes from
the sea, artificially fed by chilled air, 600 sunlit rooms.

Hats, Caps, and Gents Furnishings

Have you thought of this before,
The girl at home might like a Score ?"

TARI
Single rooms - - -
Double rooms -
Double bedrooms, boudoir
dressing-room and bath
Suites-Parloir, bedroom and bath
Each room with bath,

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- per day-$3, $4, $5, $5
e $5, $6, $7. $8
- r $8, $10,$12
- h * $10, $12, $15
Special rates for Summer

WADHAMS & COMPANY

121-123 S. Main St.

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THE STUDENT STORE

Fine Candies, Sundaes, Cigars, etc., etc.

Anything You May Need.

COULDINC & WIKEL, Proprietors

on Satisfying.

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