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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

4

te Line'of Spring Woolens-.,! ,

Larg.zst Assort nent in the City
,Ready for Your Inspection,

H. WILD CO.

3 11 S. State Streetl

Pj~iMICHIGAN DAILY
Ot'lcal 7ew.-i iI; rat thie University of Mich-
I'rI~isl~d n vrN gaonin except Monday dr
iIm , .i it 4ai ie postoffice at Ann Arbor, Mich
iga,, iunder Act of Congress of March 3
fice : St.Toncd floor, Ann Arbor Press Build-
i.j.\ynard Street.
Office l lours : Editor-r to 3 p. in.; 7 to 10
P. M. [usiness Manager-r to 3 p. m.
Subscrii On Price: By carrier, $2.5o; by mail,
$3.00.
Want Ad Stations : Press Building ; Quarry's
Pharmacy ;" University Pharmacy ;
C. H. Davis, Cor.. Packard & State
[hone: Bell, 96o.
Frank Pennell .............Managing Editor
Joseph Fouchard........... Business Manager:
TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1913.
Night Editor-Henry C. Rummel. O, I

The deep --poine
colarnowv'hi
cIn favo "

d

Base
rTro,.ck

Slotted
Throat
Te are agents for the TV. C1 LuSTotsd Ah-Y t Tennis Rackets. Wte
~several new modiels worth looking at h cfore making your purchase.
fght & Ditson Cbai pouch ihtj(, es C hi Patt d Balls Goodrich Balls
ding Chamnpionship Balls. All1 goodl-i guartzntced.
g' .tN. 9to deszits'

Goif

e"n nl' a,

-Most Complete Stock "In the City.
Every Article Guaranteed.
Bookstore

15 "' fo9 4
R/381~k COON &- CO., MAI(&IZS 77ROYKN.Y
For Sale in Ann Arbor by
Wagner & Co.

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at will S. ay prey sed nearly
e times as long as the P'AN'TS.
ou order Two pair of pants
have Two suits in ONE0.
DIeterle
LOR Liberty Streett
(copyri1gh()

EI Yfir :^1yY:*A[VM! ®Ll1 ,

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A WARNING.
Ever read the printed conditions on
your athletic admission book? One ofr
these conditions states that the owner
of the book will be called upon to ac-
count for any, fraudulent use of the
ticket, and will be subject to discipline
by the university authorities on recom-E
mendation of the board in control of
athletics.
We are repeating* this particular
clause as a warning to the people who:
are breaking it. The university and
athletic authorities are co-operating
in the apprehending of the wrongdo-
ers, and their efforts are meeting with t
marked success. And rightly so.
For a sum, lower than that of any
other university in the country, Mich-
igan admits its students to all athlet-
ic contests. Breaking one of the very
rules which has made the blanket~tax
possible is not only cheap, and inju-
rious to athletics, but illegal to an ex-,
tent warranting expulsion in addition
to the forfeiture of the book.
It is all right, certainly, to think a
lot of the land-lady, and pleasant to
watch the game in the company of
your neighbor's daughter, and gener-
ous of you to take along the commu-
nity plumber or a high school friend,
but it is not at all safe to do any of
these things through the medium of
forged tickets.' Some people have
been taking long chances, and a fair
percentage of these are certain to an-
nex the penalty. The rule, which
comes from the board of regents, must
be enforced, or good-bye, blanket-tax
efficiency. We hope that further pun-
ishments will not be necessary.
LDS IN TITS COLU31N ARE TO BE
PAID FOR IN ADTANCE.

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BOAT LIVERY

U. OF M.

Preferred "by discriminatig
and enduring beauty of tone,

of workmanship, for undoubted reliability,

For a Quiet Afternoon
or Evening

Stuidio 319 E. Htzr oixt.

Photne'961-LY

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GO SUP THE HURON

Contrarie Mary"" Scores and Music
at
GRINNELL BROS., 120-122 E. Liberty St..
The House that Saves you Money on anything you buy in the realm of Music.

Oni Call Day or Night.
Auto and Baggage Livery.

T q,,to n br300 NORTH IMAIN §T15i ET

QUSINS & HALL I

CUT FLOWERS IN SEASON
02 S. University
BELL PHONE 115

1)E T15OIT UNITED~ LINES
Aais Arbor Time Table
Llutm' d Cars lfor Detroit-7:12 a. mn. and
houirly to tit'.2p . m~, also 8:12 p.m.
]Local Ca.-sN or Detrot-5;40 a. mn., 6:40 a.
nn., and euv(,ry two hours to 6;40 p. in., 7:40
P. 111 u)p.in, 9:545 p. mn., and 10.45 P. im
To Yp-ilanut only. 11:15 p. in., 12:15 p. in.
12 30 p. 1n, :06a. im,
L oitieed Carsi for Jaecson-7:46 a. m. and
Cvery two h ours to 7:461p. im.
Loells 'i ars fir Jackson--5:20 a.m., and
every two hours to 9:20 p.m., 11:15 p.m.

people for exquisite
for ab~'olvte integrity

Canoe Trips
fr hours. Total cost, including
rt of canoe, dray and $1.7
fight...................
IKLAND, and down the Huron,
Tirty-five miles. Tine, one day.
Ttal cost. including rent $2"'i
ofcanoe, dray and freiglit "G
U. of M.L Boat House
Noth Main St. By the Bridge
P. G. 'IESSMER, Prop.
well. 152-157
For Sale-A new Savage Automatic
32 caliber pistol for sale, or will ex-
change for a, good folding Kodak.
Call "Mac," 783. 152
LOST
Lost-Amethyst set for cuff link. Rer-
turn to R. C. Spinning, or phone
1505. 152
Beautiful leather bound books for
gifts at Fosters.
For :Music and all Musical Instru-
nments visit Schaeberle, and Son's Mus-
ic House. tf
Tennis Racquets and balls (all
kinds). H. L. Switzer Co., 310 State.
Fri. Sat. Sun.-tf
New class in shorthand this week at
the School of Shorthand, 711 N. Uni-
versity Ave. 151-2-3-4-5

il. .. tinu. rn __ w
1f~ortaft

VAN DOREN1'S Pharmacy

THE HOUSE OF STANDARD QUALITY

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CARDS- PRO GRAMS-STATIONERYS
WRITE
FOR
SMI4PLES
GREGORY MAY[R & 111GM Co. DETROIT. MICH
We have just received an order'of that bathi op which latlhers Fo
well in hard water. 5c cakes unscented; ioc calies scenited 'aitli al-
mond. Also Jergen Violet Glycerine; ioc a cake, 3 for 25 .,

Designers fMeng's Clothe

HENRY & CO.

711 N. University

If you want to start an appetite boom, let the children know you have a package of

WANTED.

ANNOUNCEMtoNT

amf1l

t:O TO
eiCo.'s

For the best Thilorb g & rv'we to >;, ad Anywhere.
in m'iki:)ig Dress Clo' 1h,- w ak io ,,:icdge no equal,
and prove our supcriaui i y in eaver, iistance.

Wanted-.Agents, $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
FOR SALE.

Can't be beat. In 10Oc packages at all grocers.
HOLLAND RUSK COMPANY, - Holland, Michigan
Ann Arbor Home Bakery, Distributors
I KAN-MDE COTHS To .Your ,
KAIINMADEorder

New class in shorthandt
the School of Shorthand,
versity Ave.
New class in. shorthandt
the School of Shorthand,
versity Ave.
New class in shorthandt
the School of Shorthand,
versity Ave.

this week at
711 N. Uni-
151-2-3-4-5
this week at
711 N. Uni-
15 1-2-3-4-5
this week at
711 N. 'Uni-
151-2-3-4-5

We have received a Fine Assortment of Spring Shirts,
in latest patterns, with stiff or soft cuffs
and collars to match.

i Sam

"Bturchfield Company

VARSTYTOCRY SHOP

118. V. ID.'s" Galore

1107 S. U. Ave.

i06 East fluron Street
PACKAD ACADEMY
Loading Place For Private Parties
Beinners' I) in n('tlas c:-cry IFriday ev nmu 7to~o'clockl.
Advanced 01svf ry Mld y eV('1ntg -toto'clock.
Pn'rialE:Lessoi by :apj uintut: tL

New class in shorthand this week at

For Sale-I offer my residence, 1009 the School of Shorthand, 71J. N. Uni-
Cornwell Place for sale. Wirt Corn- versity Ave. 151-2-3-4-5

one 18604

Residence 678-L

lecorated 1'912
and American Rostaurant
)oIns reserved for parties and ladles ean
n.
Statt. COra 8loy

That for the want of a
nail - a shoe wa~s lost.
Nail your thoughts, to'-
gether with ",Dads"'
lunches.
C. P.oBncroft

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a ~s
a~ ~ ,°"Z
cxet
e - a C1'm a e1 i y e' llV c A,'1,' 5 nY

722 Monroe St.
[Hoppe's Former Stare]
Liberty St.

50,

Trouy's
Best
2 for 25c
Collars

I

Fresh Candias

Ij"MACS" FAMOUS CRACKER JACK
Have You Tried Us

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