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Th ' MICHIGAN DAILY

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NEW STYLES

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Our J. & M. Oxfords are exact reproduc-
tions of the English Flat Last $1~4 Bench made
Shoes, and sell for $6.00. See, them.

JelrStationers, Opticiaans, andFrtrn~ JewNeler's.

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j20 7-2211 jf l)Qt)W Xii1) AV k , i). IR()I

Walier £.co"
State Street

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Assistant Wanted In Tea ROOM'

Avenue.

Phone 1238-3.

THERE'S NEVER ANY IFALLINQ OFF IN THE FLAVOR OF
t, spiciest, most tantalizing cookies over madea. in 1 Oc packages at all groceis
HOLLAND RUSK COMPANY, Holland, Mich.,
ANN ARBOR HIOMYE BAKERY, Distributors
BOSTONIANS-Shoes and Oxfords
The best for college men because they are~the most stylish, the best fitting
Piae best wearing men's shoes to be found anywhere at $4.00, $4,50 and
0. See our Rubber Soile Oxfords at,$4.50 and $5.(10.

C : M A U N I jC A T21 N..
TIo thc Editor of The Michigan Daily
bear Sir:-- should like to mkeuse1
of the columns of The Michigan Daily
to invite all-the girls of the un -iversity
to the meeting of the Women's League
board, whi ch will be held Saturday
morning, Ma y 10, at 9:00 o'clock in
Barbour gym ?nasium. At this time, the
proposed by-laws, which have already
been printed in The Daily, will be vot-
ed upon. The members of the board
are very anxious to have a full dis-
cussion of the matter in order that the
sentiment of the girls as a whole and
individually may be expressed. The
by-laws have been proposed becau (se
it has been felt that representation
on the governing body of the League~
could be made fairer and more .:de-
quate, sc) that each girl mnight have a
real voice in League aftfairs~, and in
what we are aiming to make11 self-gov-
ernment. We therefore cordially in-
vite every girl on the camj u1s to come
to this meeting ,;on 5t turd ay to help
in the discuss:ioni of the necessary
changes. F+urthermore, nomt)17in" thiJs
for the officers or191 14 w;ill b
made-as t the sm le
E ~ ~ I~e Women's L:3l1,, '. . . ague.- 1
N. A ® S ASi Y.
.(Coinuz ;ed from-npage 1.)
were unot in the indoo-;mets, but ihavew
weight anzd streng th andw;ilmtr
ially streng1then::thepla < ce whee the
freshmen,-,teamav s waet
The men picked for the tripar as
follovs: IL L. Smith, Monetta and
Ly ttle inth 100 yard dash11; Smith
.and Lytti.'le inL t1e 220 yar11d dah ; C. 13.
Smi::thandai orein fthe -440 yard';idash;
Ufer in t e30yalru;Fxnt
Klolpfer in the ighandtow hurd< lec
Cross and Chatfiield in the pole-lt _.Y;s
Catlett and Ber-geman in thebroad._
jump; Catlett and Klopferintehg
jump; Cochran an(11 Benton in the sot
put; Cochran, lienton, 'as. 1,an ith
discuss; 13astian> in the hmmrthro)w.
Accompanied by Trairner Farrell,
tb~e freshmentamwl lave tomnor-
row morning at 7:08 o'clock over the
Ann Arbor road.

hi: ~i:IIALl1(SPI~LS-RE
iver~dv 1) cor : Cae for 910 Mo
Between July 1,2, and yesterday,
May S, 5,715 patients, an increase of
910) over those tre;, a in the same
l>~uglh? of time drin the preceding,
~ ahav en caed for at the gen-I
eral University hsi w~.Dring theE
yer nding last July., 5,479 cases were
terated, which is 236 less than the'
nm':lc'r his earip to elate.
The excel t: advantages to b,0
had, and the sih cost of treatments!
are thne chifeus for such a large
uuiznbcr of ,ains No p~ayments are
requgired xcptfor board and nmcdi-l
hi_'1bandages, and other material.

T AILOR S

announce the arrival of the new Woolens for Spring and
Summer.

85 Fort St., West

Detroit

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COX SONS&YVINING, New York C AR RICK THEATRE
MAKERS 01 DETROIT
r i ACADEMIC COSTUMES W IL LI AM H OD GE
Caps, Gowns & Hoods in his triumphant success
f'! rfor All Degrees.
f~ /hIACK & CO, Representatives The Rond To Happiness

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cen _tly th ciient of the hos-
iaLwasnmuch improved calby the addi-
to o-':searte uidingfor eye,-
'x~~tr,3 an oetobles. Within ,the
art few uomhsite kitchens, bkr
tr laudy aebeen reb-ailt and'
improved. soIthat atpresent patients
ca '1e'more" readifly cared for than
Nealy90 of the- patients treatedI
las yer wre tudntsof the un:-iver-I
rity whle pproimaely150 were
from other-,schools. Besides these,j
a large numa ber of school children
v~ee teatd.In the .remainder, near-
ly eve ;ry tr aiad occupation was rep,-
resenited. Thesec patients came from --
~4states, seve ral countries, and
..Are of 40 different nationalities.

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Boo4ter'y,

Opposite
Hcustonm's

Dr.SamelM. Crothers, of Cam-
brigeMas.,delivered he address at
the annuial Phi Beta Kappa banquet
and initiationi at the Union last night
on "The Secondary Function of Liter-
atue. le discussed the purpose of
litratrefrocm the reader's standpoint
afnd showed 'i the value of reading books
wih ettinigs in the past.
Othe speakers were Prof. W. A.
lFray, e , Robert B. Lane, and Agnes
Parks. More than 100 members were
prtesenit at the banquet..I

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. 34!h ST. EAST Tr PARKV., .
N i ~bBVl~rEntrance
At the focal point of the terminal zone, on the
crest of Murray Hill, cooled by Southern breezes from
l° the sea, artificially fed by chilled air, 600 sunlit rooms.
TARIFF:
Single rooms " - - pet day--$3, $4, $5, $6
Double rooms - " " $S, $6, $7, $8
Tf.MHi1iard Double bedrooms, boudoir
tdnaingDirecwr dressing-room and bath - " " $8, $10, $12
lvrL.._ r~t.._L11Suites-Parloir, bedroom and bath 9 - $10,.$12,. $15

Manager

Each room with bath

Special rates for Summer

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nnier,
fit Right

ILRT,
HAFFNER

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ke some fine two-piece
its. You'll find them to
ur liking, and they'll
you, the best outing
ts on the mArket.'

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Ftudent P rc s His Jaw.
i :CRt 1Cf'Shr ~ JsphT Witherow '14L., fractured
Philip W.Kiekr,'110, bhas r-o isja yesterdayF morning as a result
visit. Mr. Knisckern has beenenad of a fall on a stairway in the law
visit. Mr. Knischern has been t ing><a.ed buti1lding.:. The injury was not serious,
in business in New York city since his however, and l ?itherow expects to re-
graduation. sumne his classes at once.

UNIERSITY NOTICES.
There will be a general rehearsal of
the cast of the senior play in Universi-
ty Hall tomorrow morning at 9:00
-o'clock.
Junior engineer baseball practice at
Ferry field today at 3:00 o'clock.
Soph prom committee meeting at
Union tonight at 7:00 o'clock.
Dixie club smoker at Union tomor-
row night at 7:00 o'clock.

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MAJESTIC,
MATINEE TODAY
COMING NEXT MONDAY NIGHT
"The Flirting Princess"
30 PEOPLE 30
RESERVED SEATS SELLING
"ODiVA" COMES SOON

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CLOTHING STORE

Homy of
rt, Schaffner & Marx Clothes
In Anon Arbor
7 S. ,Ahin Street

Four Days-Five Concerts
For Further Information Cald at University School of Music.

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Ask to see ou r
Special
N arrow Weave
Blue Serge
NO. 9194

Think of the wide range of choilce, thies loo, co-nderth advanta1.geofhvnclte made t
your personal measure by our famnous hcg alrEV. P IE& CO., honestly construct-
ed, authentic in style and lasng in service. You'll find it to your advantage to come and select
your pattern and leave your measure. Prices range from $26.00 uip.

FRED W.
'GROSS
Clothes, Hats and
Toggery.
123 E. LIBERTY

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