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April 20, 1913 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1913-04-20

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THE MICHIGAW D.AILY.

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offer you stylish clothing
asy for us but would soon
)ubting the value of our

FFRTRNT JEWELERS AN]) STATIONERS

PHOTOGRAPHY

study the difference between
and correct style so that you
feel secur in any selection
nay make here.
re is an individuality in the,
of Stein =Bloch .Smart Clothes
pleases the critical buyer==a
e at yourself in a Stein-Bloch
g suit, before our big m-irrors,
ns why.
mitt, ApfcN&Company

Jewelers, Stationers, Opticiaa ns, and Fraternity Jewelers.
207-211 WOOD WARD A VENUTE, DETROIT.

is being intro ticed in many leading univerwities. It is essential
in every college manis life that he knew how'to take picturEs.
Can you conceive or a better opportunity than you now have to
learn how?
The Michigan stu-dent who fails to take advantage of this
opportunity is making a great mistake.
You can buy a Kodak from $3.00 up to $igo.oo, accordir g to
the amount you want to invest, and any one of them will take
good p~cture-.
You canr r ut them, gocd ones, for icoc per day..
We furnl-lih theta fer ou better and cheaper than anywhere
in the United States.
LNDON

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Telephone 458

719 N. University Ave.

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Just received: A.
terns and coloring.
tailorin g.

Nobby Line of Summer Woolens of the newest pat-
Get the Habit. Come where you get individual
Dross Suits For Rent.

F. A*, MYLES,

:: 607 East William Street

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correctness in our Spring'

IOU wzill find

Summer

Suits for

men and

a delightful lot of

and

ADS IN TillS COLUMN ARE TO BE

Telephone 716
LOCKS and you will get .to y~o i r classes on time
and all clocks guaranteed. New --'cation.
1 EAST WASHINGTON STREET
L. CHAPMAN, Jewefe-
A yrt Store RIeasonable Prices,
l 4 Prompt Service and
t lath Good Workmanship. I
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PAID FOR IN :ADVANCE. !
FOR SALE.
Canoe For Sale-Senior leaving in
June. Joint use this spring. Call
1199-L. 138-39
Contrarie Mary Souvenir Scores and
sheet music for sale at Sehaeberle &

UNIVER"ItSITY NOTICE.

Son's Music House.

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We press by hand.: Ladies' and Gen-
tlemen's clothing carefully pressed by
experienced tailors. C. 1. Kidd, ,1112
S. University. Tu-Fri-Sun-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, fllash-
lights, 719 N. University. Sun Fri

There wil be a meeting of the soph
liit class Tuesday at 4:00 p. in.
All sub-departmental committee
chairmen of the erngineering depart-
ment "exhibit, are requested to meet to-
morrow afternoon at 3 :30 o'clock in
room 241,, engineering building.
Junior lit baseball practice Monday
afternoon South Ferry field, :3:30
~o'clock.
Cercle Francals will not meet Mon-
day night.
Men's section of the Deutscher Ver-
ein wiil hold its regular semi-monthly
meeting Monday night at 8:00 o'clock.
Martha Washington' Candy is the
best. Fresh every day at the Universi-
ty Pharmacy. Sun.
Macdonald : -"American Universities
and the World Situation." Tonight,
"U" Hall 8:00 p. mn. 139
Old Hampshire Vellum, the latest
in the writing papers at Fosters. (2)

Hats, Caps, and Gents Furnishings

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

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visit should convince you.

WADHAMS

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COMPANY

$15.00 to $30,.00

121-123,~S. Main St.

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Who Does the Best
Kodak Finuishing
We can show y-ou. Bring
in your fil n. Films de-
veloped 10c per roll.
Prints 3c up.
CALKINS' PHARMACY
324 So., State Street

Nine Michigan Graduates in Busrah,
Arabia-4 medics, 2 engineer, 2 fits,
1 nurse.: Find out why at "U" Hall to-
night. 139

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---- --- .-- - .COX SONS & INING, New York
GEORGE BISCiIOFF I MAKERS Or
... florist. .. ACADEMIC COSTUMES
CHOICE CUJT FLOWERS AND PLANTS a+YcapAS, Gowns 8 Hoods
for All Degrees.
Ann Arbor, Miehigan
______________MACK & CO, Representatives

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WHINEY THE TR , TESDYTHE SAME GREAT SUCCESS AS PLAYED AT THE
NEW AMSTERDAM THEATRE, NEW YORK

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TUTTLE 'S
ON STATE STREET
We Serve Hot Lunches

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The Dryaaic senation o he Season

The

BY EUGENE~ WALTERS
ADAPTED FROM THE WIDELY READ BOOK OF THE SANIE NAME BY JOhN FOX, JR.

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Prices:

35 =50 75=1,00=1.5 0

Seats now sellin g

fuill assortment of sizes and patterns in both
cl-)hs, of the Longfellow Shirt. They
'gee style with both starclhed and soft cuffs.
-dows for displays of this exclusive shirt; or
show you the entire line.

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rd Lewis Summer Underwear.

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Across from !Majestic

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NHOTE-Mr. Miller will be supported here by the same superb company that appeared with him through-
out the all-season run at the Liberty Theatre, in New York, last year.
gr-m

hought of' this before,
thome might like a Score ;'"

Prices, 50c,' ?5G5 $1,00,. $1,50, $2A0

,Seat Sale Wednesday, April 23

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Sundaes, Cigars, etc., etc.

Anything You May Need.

GOULDING &WIKEL, P rop rietors

1219 South Univer

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