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May 13, 1913 - Image 3

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1-TIIE ICHIGAN DAILY.

Latest Styles in

Shoecraft

Gilmore Shoe Co.

SENIOR WOMEN MUST PAY TAX
FOR SUPPORT OF ANNUAL PLAY.
Senior women are urged to respond
to the cry for help from the commit-
tee in charge of the senior women's
play. It is positively necessary that
the tax of 50 cents be paid by senior
women in order that the play may be
financed. It is hoped that it will not
be necessary to issue a special class
deficit bill or to abandon the play en-
tirely because of the lack of class
spirit. Women who have not yet paid
their tax are requested to bring it to
the luncheon at the Union this noon at
12:00 o'clock.
University May Make Its Own Slides
Lantern slides used for lecture pur-
poses by, the university faculty may be
manufactured on the campus. Secre-
tary Shirley Smith has been authoriz-
ed by the regents to make arrange-
ments for the purchase of the neces-
sary facilities to manufacture slides.
This step was deemed neces-
sary since a great deal of
difficulty has been experienced in ob-
taining satisfactory slides under the
present arrangement.

Now is the

Time

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To order your "Gymbloom" suits that you will want this fall.
don't wait until the last minute, place your order early that you
may not be disappointed.

119 So. Main St.

E HOME OF PINGR:EE SHOES
Palace of Sweets
x Down Town

Positively
Made
To
Individual
Measurements

LET
TRUBEY
F rtah the Ice Creern
Attention to Fraternitis
asnd Sororities
ON MAIN STREET

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES.

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eet or feat any price made on a typewriter, sale or rental.

D . F. WOODWARD
Bldg, Second Floor

Ann A

COX SONS& VINING, New York
MAKERS OF
ACADEMIC COSTUMES
Caps, Gowns & Hoods
for All Degrees.
MACK & CO, Representatives

Beautiful leather bound books for
gifts at Fosters.
For Music and all Musical Instru-
ments visit Schaeberle and Son's Mus-
ic House. tf

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

TY TOCCERY SHOP

"S.

Galore

1107 S. U. Ave.

Soph engineers play senior engi-
neers in interclass baseball at 3:00
o'clock, South Ferry field.
Indiana club meet at Union Wednes-
day night at 7:00 o'clock. Important
business.
Senior engineer sing at 7:00:o'clock
this evening, senior engineer benches.
Senior engineer baseball practice at
3:00 o'clock today, South Ferry field.
Sopli engineers pay dues Wednes-
day, May 14, in front of room 211 en-
gineering building. Dues this year 40
cents.
Prof. C. T. Johnson, of the survey-
ing department, will give an illustrat-
ed talk tonight at 7:00 o'clock, on the
summer camp of the civil engineers.
The lecture will be given in room 348
of the engineering building.
The Menorah smoker has been post-
poned from Thursday, May 15, to Tues-
day, May 27.
Dixie club will hold its annual elec-
tion and smoker at the Union this ev-
ening at 7:00 o'clock.
Senior law class picture will be tak-
en in front of law building this morn-
ing at 10:55 o'clock. Wear your caps
and gowns.
Hon. Lawrence Maxwell,'74, a prom-
inent lawyer of Cincinnati, will begin
a series of lectures on "Legal Ethics"
tomorrow at 4:00 o'clock in room G
of the law building.
ADS IN THIS COLUMN ARE TO BE
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.
LOST.
Lost--An "M" '13 pipe on Ferry field
Saturday. Reward. Leave at Daily
office. 158-159
Lost-An "M" '13 pipe on Ferry field'
Saturday. Reward. Leave at Daily
office. 158-159
Lost-Pen portion of Conklin self-fill-
er. Call 96-L. 158
Lost--Pen portion of Conklin self-fill-
er. Call 96-L. 158:
Lost-Five pointed fraternity pin with
gold serpent in center. Phone 355.
158'

"GYM BLOOM" SUITS
We don't believe that it is necessary for us to tell you much about
the Cond(itions under which "Gymbloom" suits are manufactured.
The National Consumer's League label which we have is guaran-
tee enough that "Gymbloom" suits are made under perfect sani-
tary conditions.
\V 'e will be pleased to submit sample suits and prices at any time.
"'Gymbloom" suits are the result of years of careful study and
thought and we believe that in "Gymbloom" suits you will find
the best suits for the money that it is possible to buy.
The demand for "Gymbloom" suits is steadily increasing and
therefore we would appreciate an early receipt of your fall order

MADEG1f o AIN EoLAL
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a ufaoturrs Lansing, Michigan

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Ann Arbor Press
OFFICIAL PRINTERS TO THE UNIVERSITY.
AND
[nters of Student Publications
See Us when you want something fine in Dance
and Banquet Programs.
Building Telephone 27

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A Box of "Wunder!
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hose Mailed to You all Charges
Prepaid Upon Receipt of
$1.00.

ing Models are now being shown at
Millinery, 206 E. Liberty
cialty Phone 1390-J

By buying "Wunderhose" it means
that you need worry no more about
getting holes in your stockings. In
.every box of "Wun derhose" thre is a
signed guarantee which makes it pos-
sible for you to return "Wunderhose"
if a hole appears in any one of them
within four months.
You simply send them back and get a
new pair free. We have "Wunder-
hose" in different weights, colors and
all sizes. They are $i.oo a box of
four pairs and are guaranteed to wear
four months without darning or you
can get new pairs free.

s Your New

Suit

$1.00 a Box ot Four Pairs Mailed to You ALL CHARGES PREPAID

Here in any one of the fifty beautiful fabrics
and colors that show the joy of Spring time.,
Here in styles that will set the pace for the
next twelve months.
Here in the unapproachable craftmanship that
goes with Society Brand.
True, fadeless blues, restful greys, becoming
browns and eundle ss variations of these three.
Soft fronts and lapels, snug shoulders, body-
tracing lipes, new fabrics-clothes that arouse a
wave of approval at first sight.
Come and see.

FOR SALE.

For Sale-One May Festival seat for
Wednesday and Thursday night.
em, 818-L, any afternoon. 158
For Sale-May Festival ticket for
Wednesday,Thursday,Friday and Sat
urday nights. Front row of first
balcony. Phone 455-L. 158-9
Reach and "Ty Cobb" baseball goods
at H. L. Switzer Co., 310 State.
Wed Fri Sun-tf
Tennis shoes for fresh-soph contests.
Campus Bootery, opposite Hustons.
158-161

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QUARTERS FOR GOOD DRESSERS

Ann Arbor Dye Works'- -
French Dry and Steam Cleaning
Bell 628 204 E. Washington St Unique in form, with flavor different -better than anything you have ever tr
At all GrocersK l 0eper Package.
L. R. WAUL, Manager. HOLLAND !BUSK COMPANY -- HOLLAND,I

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THIS IS CLOTHES BVYING TIME FO L MEN

uits of unusual Style, Grace and Character. Positively the greatest values in Ann Arbor, when style, fabric and workmanship is d
Styleplus $17.00 Suits, Adler Rochester Clothes from $20.0 to $30.00.
of the Best Straw Hats. First showing Saturday. Panamas, $5.00; Milans, $3.00; Split Straws, $1.50 to $4.00. Soft Straws, $1.00 to $3.04
nts for the Knox Straw Hats, Prices from $3.00 to $5.00,
Reule, Conlin, Flegel C

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