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* --TJ1E NICYUIGAW DAILY.

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MWA

The Latest. Styles in

Soecralt

is a mighty, mice city, and, Raylls is the nicest
place at which to buy

Spring Suit.

Here's Your New

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Gilmore Shoe Co.

ATHLETICS

119 So. Main Ste

Kodaks,Cutlety, Fishing Tackle
and General Sporting
Goods

Here in any one of the fifty beautiful fabrics
and colors that slow the joy of Spring tiine.
Here' in st) les that will :eL tl e pace for the
next twelve months.
Here in the unapproachable craftiwan.l4 i ta
gots wvith Society Brarrd.
True, fadeless blues, restful greys, becoming
browns an i endleis variations of these three.
Soft fronts and lpels, sng shoulders, body-
tracing lines, new fabri&..-_clothes that aror~sq a
wave of approval at first sight.
Come and sce.
OF&'Z7uffA
HEADQUARTERS FOR GOOD DRESSERS

TH E

ROME

OF YNRE

SHOES

V

Z,:.%a ce of Sweets
DownTown
LE'T
Jrurnui hthe Ise CVrearm
aknd Sororities
ON AIND&TRIMCT

May' We Serve YoU?- Ra% is has becen d ing it for 38
years and ought to know how-.]Films Develop cd9 10C a
roll (any size.)*
Michigan Students are Entitled to 10 per scent
Discount. Bring Ad. with you.

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IThe New '"Spring Models are now bing shown at
Hayley's Millinery, 206 E. Liberty
Hiair Goods a Specialty Phone 13 90.]

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1 will mneet or beat any price made on a typewriter, sale or rental.
D, F.,WOOD WARb}

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Aft o.

Cor. Woodward and Coniress.

209 Souzth State Street
Giver Clean, Wholesome Board at
$4.00 per week.. Safe Drinking
I Water.

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Arbor Savings Bank Bldg, SecondFloor Annm Arbor, Ml~rh. .
EMPDlO)YMEHNT BJJ EAIJ the Jarge number of positions now on
Its MANY POSITIONS OP'EN.), fl le. The committee is 'keeping an of-
fice( hour from 4:30 to 5:30 o'clock
trouble is beineg experienced .Moiiday, Wednesday and Friday after-
emnployment bureau of the noons each week, at which time appli-
n union in securing meni.io to 1111 cants for jobs may receive -attention.

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N-MIADE CLOTHES

To Your
Order

WeV

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

MAJEST1C
New Show Starting
Matiee Today
Entire Change Program
Late of ",Way Down East"
Roach & MclCurdy
in their famous characters,
",Hi Holler" and ,The Town
Constable."
The Prune Center Cut-ups
Edt SAWYER
Daring Sensational Aerialist

D.Is"° Galore 1107 S. U. Ave.

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ie Ann Arbor Press,
-OFFICIAL PRINTERS TO THE UNIVERSITY m
AND~
'rnters of Student Publications,
See Us when you want something fine in Dance
and Banquet Programs..

:ss Building

Telephone 27

Jos. Hughes &:o.
in a One Act Playlet.
Special Singing Features
Two Girls and Piano

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x ~ QR CJtY REVITIES,
City is. B1 .,wtified t More than -2,000
shrubs and trees havo bee i trans-
planted to lawns of fraternities and,
residents in the city within the last
month by the class in landscape de-
si gn working under the supervision
of Prof. Tealdi. The Civic Improve-
m~ent association intends to continue
this work. in the fall, and aro booking.
orders.
-o-
Phones DUte for Probing: The Bell
telephone system is due for an inves-
tigation by a committee working under
the supervision of the Civc Improve-
ment association. The committee pro-
poses to make a study of the local
telephone service with the view of
suggesting improvements.
Police F",neh Cauine: A bull do-
said .to r sidle at the Xi Psi Phi frater-
nity attackeod Edward Kern, a mail
carrier, wh' (lleivers mail at the
house. The postal authorities have
announced that if the vicious dog is
not kept securely muzzled, no mail
will be delivered to the fraternity
house. .
The canin has a police record of
long~ standing, and has been the bane
cf the police department. He attack-
ed a spaniel a few days ago in fron'
of the fire department, and. prosecu-
tion of the owners did not follow ow-
ing to the failure of the old city ordi-
nance relating to the harboring of bull
dogs to cover the offense. This at-
tack it is said, was to a great extent
influential in pushing through the new
amendment to the old city ordinance
enacted by council last Monday night
The carne dog' went on a rampage re-
cently and. destroyed a crate of egg:
in front of a Main street store, and
killed an inoffensive feline.
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Collect Data on Water Plant: A comn-
mittee of the Civic Imnprovement asso-
ciation is collecting data on the wrater
situation. The report of the city engi-
neer has been verified, and the infor-
mation obtained is expected to have
an important bearing on the balloting
for the purchase of the water works
which occurs this month.
Old Hamnpshire Vellum, the latest
in the writing papers at Fosters. (2)
New class in shorthanfd this week at
the School of Shorthand, 711 N. Uni-
versity Ave. 151-2-3-4-5

igSpecial Sale of No. ,2A
Brownie Cameras
Wt di ~s a4 n~cri ing we v ill ha-%e pI.ced oC sal(, 5o bI id
nexv No. 2A lBrov'xit. i: ulinar at $3.00 euch.
Th e C mrt ras + ie 1?c .i i\+ 1S the vusy best v-'dte of the
wbo)l- Ko('ak ltue. 'fln( n1-ul~e piCtle~-2Y2,, y q~q, l avt un~i-
v rsal focusw, u'the sf-eed fi mn and art, guapited. to Pix jEr
fect a0 iti(ii ii. Wi~li1t acb C< n- r will c(, i ,:v, flt i t to
allow at ail v time witi iv o7 ec3 e(ar, $2.30 (piovidit g ul-e ostall(
is in (-asonably g cd (T'ee) to wa- d the f tirciase (f as y
Kodak.
Buy ore of thcse as d lesiu la w to tale ;ccd'pctrtns

Lunches 25c

A" Fellow can be Proud of. the
19 13 Htsa rs:n-° H P. 4 Cyl'ndrc,Chn Dr've, Big Tires-$325
The man who )ridesa Uuesnb ara iu.i to be pr'o"Id of.
It is ]llent. It i 'powerfu'll. 1t i lot),m low and easy riding.
Itstmrts +with ~t't crn- ~t(2,Ud ofi by edlng; nd the feat 'are re4 ,te(
in ntmoritoa foot 1-dl
£he colege vuin' di~ii i~nnat1! will t) nthlat the iRender, on
is by far th e tstdeuabe otrce yrc'a-on of tthe advaatagcs of
its four-clind er coniistruci tionC.
And we pred'cictta, mn clee t Lhe H'enderson will win
the great popularity it !. at'u taind ann h ietbuyers or ))motorcyc'ea.
1158O Cass Avenue Detroit, Mich.
St oflet and fElliot
110 East Washtiigton St. Dh--t' butt) s foar Washtenaw County

I Cecil WNeston--Louise Loon

Refined Entertainers

Extra Added Feature
WOOD'S ANIMAL
ACTORS
flon keys! Dogs! Ponies!
FUN GALORE!I
Photo Plays of Quelity
Coming Monday
The Flirtillg Princess
30 == People- 30
OPENING MONDAY NIGHT
,Idiva" will soon be here
Sume
Season starts May 2

Dinners

C. 0, ree.nP-oprietor

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IJTelaplione 458
ADS IN TIS COIL2IIN ARE TroHu''
PAID) FOUlUN ATVA C .
LOST
Lost--Note book. Reward if returned
to 3. S. Crawford, 1038 E. Huron.t
Phone 1854-L. 153-4
Lost-An A K Phi fraternity pin bear-
ing J. E. B. on back. Finder calll
1855 and receive reward. 153-41
FOR SALE. ,
For Sale-I offer my residence, 1443
Cornwell Place for sale. Inquire of
Wirt Cornwell. 152-7
WANTED.
Wanted--Students to inspect the best
.$25.44 bycycle made. See it at H. L.
Switzer Co., 310 State.
Thur. Fri. Sat..
FOR RENT.
F~or Renti5 room house suitable for'
fraternity or club house; corner lot,I
spacious grounds, rent- reasonable.
418 N. Division St. Apply to W. H.
Butler, First National Bank Bldg.
Tues Thurs. Sat tf
For Music and all Musical Instru-
ments visit Schaeberle and Son's Mus-
ic House. tf'
New class in shorthand this week at
the School of Shorthand, 711 N. Uni-
versity Ave. 151-2-3-4-5

719 N. University Ave

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COX SONS & YINING, Nv
MAKE{RS Or
ACADEMIC COSTU
Caps, Gowns & H.
for All Degre
MACK: & CO, Represen1

CARRICK THEATI
WILLIAM HO0D GE
In his triumphant success
The Road, To Happiness

New Class

IN

SHORTHAND

is being organized'

This. Week'

at the

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School 'f Shorthand
711 North University Ave.
Stud~ents are estV eciafly wanted to enroll

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_, ac asbirngs new assortment o1 the nobbiest spring clothing for
L.ook over our large stock before purchasing. A few Fall and.

young men.
Winter Suits and Overcoats

-at sacrifice prices. %
_________Reule, Conlin, Fiegel C

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