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_TRE MICHIGAN DAILY.

&DS IN TIlTS COLUMN ARE TO BE

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Not just stylish
but correct in s yIe
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 secyre in any selection
yon imay make here.
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.
Lindcischmitt, Apfel & Company
GET ONE OF OUR Telephone 71
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, Jeweler
DeFries' Art Store Reasonable Prices,
lPrompt Service and
Pictures and Framing Goao┬░d Workmanship.
223 S. Main Street
We Make Old Hats New
aPANAMA, SOFT, DERBY
- or STRAW
__* ICLEANED AND BLOCKED
THE BEST SHOE SHINE SHOP
301 1-2 S. STATE STREET
N e x t to Wagner s
TUTTLE'S
ON STATE STREET
We Serve Hot Lunches
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&DS i5N1T1IS COLUMN ARE TO BE
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.
FOR SALE.
For Sale-A canoe in good condition-
two paddles-one seat. C. A. Swain-
son, 332 East Jefferson. 147-151
For Sale-Practically new typewriter;
latest model, L. C. Smith No. 5. 2
color, bac spacer, tabulator, margin
release. Very cheap. Must sell im-

TIW.'TRIi CIR(LLES
Vaudeville will be represented in its
highest form at the -ajestic theater
tomorrow night when the new show
opens for the first three days of the
week. Heading the lIst of acts will
be Haviland and Thornton in one of
the best comedy acts, while two veter-
ans of the minstrel stage--Quinlan and
Richards will uphold th other end of
the laughmaking i&res of the show.
Next 'Thursday the sr act will be
Roach and McCurd o forirly ap-
peared in the roles of 'i lol r and
the "town constable" ii. ay down
east."

PHOTOGRAPHY
is being introduced in man; 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 #ave 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 $150.00, according to
the amount you want to invest, and any one of them will take
good pictures.
You can rent them, good ones, for ioe per day.
We furnish them for you better and cheaper than anywhere
in the United States.
LYNDON

mediately. Call 100-W.

151

For Sale-May Festival reserved seat,
first balcony, section 9, 13th row,
$3.00. Call 1024-J. 151
WANTED TO RENT.
Furnished house for summer mocnths
or longer. J. H. Bringhuist,
955 3rd Ave,
Detroit, Mich.
For Rent-15 room house suitable for
fraternity or club house; corner lot,
spacious grounds, rent reasonable.
418 N. Division St. Apply to W. H.
Butler, First National Bank Bldg.
Tues Thurs. Sat tf
WANTED.
Wanted-Agents,d$3.00 a day guaran-
teed. One student made $50 clear
in five days at Battle Creek Spring
Vacation. Phone 1792-L for appoint-
ment or call 815 S. State evenings.
151-2
Wanted-A lady of teaching experi-
ence to travel this summer, selling
encyclopedia. Call 600 E. Liberty
St. 150-1-2
Wanted-Four men to work in Canada
this summer under the leadership of
a man who made over twenty-five
dollars per day last year. Salary
and expenses guaranteed. Failures
need not apply. Call 600 E. Liberty
St. at 4:00 p. m. 150-1-2
LOST
Lost-Watch-fob with block M cut in-
to square of sterling silver. If found
call Daily business office. 150-1
Lost-Conklin self-filler on East Jef-
ferson near State St. .Reward. 604
East Jefferson. 150-1
Lost-Pair of long white kid gloves
Friday night, at the Soph Prom.
Finder is known and Will avoid con-
siderable trouble by calling 1222
Washtenaw, or 885-L. 151
Lost--Dark grey envelope containing
land contract between University Y.
M. C. A. and William St. Return to
University Y. M. C. A. 151
Lost-Brown bill purse containing $9
or $10 near Union dance hall, Thurs-
day night. Finder please call 1119-L
Reward. 151
Found-Fountain pen, Friday after-
noon. Call Hossick, 1103 So. Uni-
versity, 300-J. 151
New class in shorthand this week at
the School of Shorthand, 711 N. Uni-
versity Ave. 151-2-3-4-5
Martha Washington Candy is the
best. Fresh every day at the' Universi-
ty Pharmacy.
"For Music and all Mxsical Instru-
ments visit Schaeberle and Son's Mus-
ic house. tf
Reach and "Ty Cobb" baseball goods
at H1. L. Switzer Co., 310 State.
Wed 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, filash-
lights, 719 N. University. Sun Fri

1'o"I'~ylcIaivri to fY c: 1azu't ito~
Dr. EdTaod H. Penc pa-br of the
Fort street Presbyt c urh of
Detroit, will 11t ;'_[ at tie Pra,_byterian
church this venij, a..: ;';lock.
Ils sermc is giveL.as a number on
the Union series.
Fountin pen found on Ferry field
by O. F. Hoppe, 1;hy+Pct.apher. Owner
can have same by cain-i at studio.
New c'ass in shortI2:i .1this week at
the School of Shorthar A, 711 N. Uni-
versity Ave. 151-2-3-4-5
LAURELS OF VICT(RY FLL TO
ITflACAS
(Continued from pae 1>)
that Kanzler defeated Koher i the
shot put, and that Craig did not place
in the 2' low hurdles. I i the fcrner
event, Kanzler heaved tie leaden
weight 45 faot s 1-2 iace, beating
Kohler's best tos by three inches.
Craig did not place in t:e 20 hurdles.
because hefell in beping h5 K_th
barrier. Craig would ha o tken e-
cnd at least. ad the Miichigan sup-
porters claim this as another instance
of the adversity of fortune.
The summaries of the events, which
tell the story of the meet better than
it could be told in words, follow in
the order in which he events occurred.
100 yard dash: Reller, Cornell, first;
Ingersoll, Cornell, second; Seward,
Michigan, third. Time, 10 seconds.
Shot put: Kanzler, Cornell, first, 45
feet, 6 1-2 inches; Kohler, Michigan,
second, 45 feet, 2 1-2 inches; MCutch-
eon, Cornell, third, 41 feet 3 inches.
120 yard high hurdle-Whinery, Cor-
nell, first; Sheldon, Cornell, second;
McNabb, Michigan, third. Time, 16
1-5 seconds.
One-mile run-Jones, Cornell, first;
Smith, Michigan, second; Finch, Cor-
nell, third. Time 4 minutes 26 sec-
onds.
440-yard dash-Cozzens, Cornell
first; Jansen, Michigan, second; Me-
haffy, Cornell, third. Time, 49 4-5 sec-
onds.
Hammer throw-Kohler, Michigan,
first, 150 feet 7 inches; McCutcheon,
Cornell, second, 150 feet 3 inches;
Bannister, Cornell, third, 149 feet 6
inches.
High jump--Sargent, Michigan first,
6 feet 2 inches; Warner, Cornell, sec-
ond, 6 feet 1 inch; White, Michigan
third, 5 feet, 9 inches.
Two-mile run-Speiden, Cornell,
first; Haimbaugh, Michigan, second;
Cadiz, Cornell, third. Time, 9 minutes
38 1-5 seconds.
Pole vault-Hasted, Cornell, first,
12 feet; Van Kennen, Cornell, second,
11 feet 11 inches; Milton, Cornell,
third,, 11 feet 6 inches. '
220 yard low hurdles-Phillipi, Cor-
nell, first; Shelden, Cornell second;
C. S. White, Michigan, third. Time,
25 1-5 seconds.
220-yard dash-Reller,Cornell, first;
Cozzens, Cornell, second; Bond, Mich-
igan, third. Time, 21 4-5 seconds.
Half-mile run--Jones, Cornell, first;
Chapman, Cornell second; Brown,
Michigan,third. Time 1:54 2-5.
New class in shorthand this week at
the School of Shorthand, 711 N. Uni-

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Telephone 458

719 N. University Ave.

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NO H/L TOO STEEP
NO SAND TOO DEEP
To Give You Comfort
in Your Car
Every man in the Jacks:n plant who has
anything to do with designirg or building
the car understands that comfort is one of
the four big essentials.
The three others are-durability, economy and
safety.
The Jackson has long been noted for all four.
Comfort is emphasized here because it has long been
emphisized in the factory; and because we believe
no car rides more easily than the Jackson, and
few ride as easily.

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"Olympic" Four $1500
Electric starter and lights $225 extra.

'Majestic" Four $1975
Electric starterand lights.

"Sultanic" Six $2850
Electric starter and lights.

Jackson Automobile Company

]604 E. MAIN ST.

JACKSON, MICH.

L onfellow Shirts
Jus't arrived, a full assortment of sizes and patterns in both
silk and Madras el>ths, 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.

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

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kintverestt Custc ib
- Press Building-Maynard Street

OU will find a delightful lot of
correctness in our Spring and
Summer Suits. for men and
young men, and even greater
delight in our modest prices. A
visit should convince you.

will offer a

SPECIAL PRICE

$15.00 to $30.00

on

Hats, Caps, and Gents Furnishings

versity Ave.

151-2-3-4-5

Michigenda, Culture, Koanzaland,
Crimson Chest ahd Awakened
Rameses.

Old Hampshire Vellum, the latest
in the writing papers at Fosters, (2)
All films developed, fixed and wash-
ed with care for 10c a roll at Hoppex
& Co., 619 E. Liberty St.

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COX SONS & VININS , New York
MAKERS-OF
ACADEMIC COSTUMES
caps, Cowns & Hoods
for All Degrees.
MACK & co0, Representatives

WADHAMS

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COMPANY

I BEGINNINU MAY 5th

SCORES AND SHEET MUSIC

121-123 S. Main St

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University Pharmacy Company
COULDINC & WIKEL, Proprietors

Chocolate and Vanilla Cream de-
livered to any part of the city
for Sunday Dinner.

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1219 South University Avenue

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WE .NOW HAVE THE EXCLUSIVE ACENCY FOR
gl artha Washing1Ston Caoedy, at 60y a Pound
We have a Telephone and a Delivery Boy-USE THEM. PHONE 416 FOR A BOX.

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