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May 14, 1913 - Image 3

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iut correct in. style
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 secure inany selection
yon may make here.
There is an individuality in the
:Myles of Stein =Bloch .5n art Clothes
-that pleatses the critical buyer- ,=ia
glance at yourself in a Stein-Bloch1
Spring suit, Before our big mirrors,'
explains why.
indelschmitt, Apfel&Co pn

RITZff&B
FRATERNITY JEWELERS AND STATIONERS

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Jewelers, Stationers, Opticlaans, and Fraternity Jewelers.
207-211 WOODWARD' AVENUE, DETROIT.
CARDS - PROGRAMS -STATIONERY
EN WRITE
RAVING FOR
AI)SIN TIS CLUMNARE O BGR[GORY MAYER & THOM Co. DETRoIT. MIc"

At this time, when the school year is near its close
and the "bunch" Rill soon be broken up, there
are always a great many groups to be photographed
and Ii just want -to suggest that it is a good plan to
"do it now" before it is too late.

Telephone 451
"'Always. on the

Tell me when and where and l will ado the

NIE OF OUR Telephone 716-d
%LARM CLOCKS aari yolt will get to yo U i.:ass.es oan timie
always rilghlt and ail clocks ;uarated New .:ain
I111 EAST WASHIINGTON STREL.T
J. L. CHAPMAN1, Jew elk

ics' AtStore
es and Framg
lan Street

Reasonable Prices,
Prompt Service and
rodWokanhp

PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.
LOST.
Lost-An "M" '13 pipe on Ferry field
Saturday. Reward. Leave at Daily
office. 158-159
FOR SALE.
For Sale-One course ticket for the
May Festival.' Second row, second
balcony. Phone 1818-J after 3:.00
p. m.' 159
For Sale-May Festival ticket for
Wednesday and Thursday nights.
Enquire 928 Olivia avenue, phone
412-J. 159
For Sale--May Festival ticket for
Wednesday,Thursday,Friday and Sat
urday nights. Front_ row of first
balcony. Phone 455-L. 158-9-
WANTED.
Wanted-Graduate student and wife
want to rent furnished or partly
furnished ;house for school year
commencing this fall. Telephone at
once, 1257-L. 159-60
Reach ar-d "Ty Cobb" baseball goods
at H. L. Switzer Co., 310 State.
Wed Fri 5i'1 tf

UTNIVERSITY CALENDAR.

May 14-17-May Festival.
May '14.-Baseball game with Cornell
at 4:05 o'clock, Ferry field.
May 15.-Engineering exhibit.
May 16.-Tug-of-war, Huron river
near the M. C. Station.
May 17.-Spring games at Ferry field.
My18.-Evening senior sing at the
~Union.
May 20.-Senior sing.
May 23.-Interscholastic meet at Fer-
ry field.
May 23.-Cap night at Sleepy Hollow.
May 24.-Interscholastic, meet at Fer-
ry field.
May 24.-Women's May Day.
Schools Make Interscholastic Entries.
Sixteen schools-have entered teams
in the interscholastic meet which will
be held May 23 and 24 on Ferry field.
There are 126 high school athletes on
the teams already entered, which ex-
ceeds the total entries in any of the
former years when the meets were
held.

An artistic program, worth keeping
will be treasured by your guests and
bring back fond 'recollections mainy
years after your party has beEn for-
gotten. We make the kind that are
worth keeping.

The Success o Your Par,
Depends Upon Your
PR OCdR-AM S

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We Make Old Hats New
PANAMA, SOFT, DERBY
or STRAW
CLEANED AND BLOCKED
THE BEST SHOE SHINE SHOP
301 1-2 S. STATE STREET
N e xt to W agn er s
TUTTLE' S

STATIONERS, PRINT7ERS, BIN

ON STATE STREET

We. Serve Hot

Lunches

11 2 South Main. 'Street

Tennis shoes for fresh-soph contests.
Campus Bootery, opposite Hustons.
158-161
When looking for a choice gift that
no one else has, you may find it at
Fosters, (1)
For Music and all 'Musical Instru-
ments visit Scbaeberle and Son's Mus-
ic Hlouse. tf'
Tennis shoes for fresh-soph con-
tests. Campus Bootery, opposite 'Hus-
ton's. 158-161

MAJESTICTHAR
MATINtE TODAY
Mort Singer's
"'The
Flirting Princess"
30"Pople - 30
Starting Tomorrow Matinee
"A BROKEN IDOL"
30.- People - 30
Monday 001 A x

BUFFALO
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KINEMACOLOR
Motion Pictures

Comning Soon

TECHARMS OF OUR ,SUMMER SE
pedyur vacation on the Great Lakes, t ze rost economaical and enjoyable out
V p Nar matter .o ,what point you want to go, uase D.
W e0iu Can Gopine Ste.'';ern operating to all important pc
Diyser'lce between Detroit andD .-ialo, Miay 1st to NVovember 1st. Cl
DerotI ard City of Cleveland IN, two o ih:e largest side wheel steamers in the :vso ue1t oSpebr t.DiybtenDto
Ceead April I15th to Decem~cr I1s-, During July and August two boatsc
ndCeeadeou araYaS.dyr ips weekly between Toledlo, Dir olt, Mackinac Island and way ports.
DySover allowed at Alpena either c :ec~in on tourist tickets without addil
cost. Daily service between Toledo, i<..:.ndn ur:. .:t-in-Ba3y,
Special Steamer Cleveland to Mci~ lntWo trips weekly, Jtne 15~
Septei~nber 10th stoppingocnlyatoDett wery trip and Godeorich, Ont., every Mc
up-bound a-d Saturday down-bou. .
Special DayTrips betwvec n Detroit rnd Cleveland, During July and Au~
Tuesday, Wednesday, Th~ursday and S :rday out of Detroit; Monday, Wedne;
Thursday and Friday out of Clevecland,
RAILROAD TI C K"ET S AVA! BLtTick is reading via any
line between Detroit andci afalo nd troit iandi Clevelond will be hon4
for transportation o-n D. k Cl;_1.iine S oinrs in either direction.
Serd 2 Cent stamp for Lilusir Wtedaripl:etard Great Lakes Map.
Address: L.. G. Lewis, G, P. A., Detroit, Mli~h.
Philip H..MoMillan, Pres.
A. A. Schantz, lice-fl'es. and GOen'! Mgr
e~r~i & leelan
tai oman

y 17 IS STRAW HAT DAY. Are you preparedP If not
show you Our Une of. Balch Price& Company's
11AD E Straw Hlats. Designed especially for young
and so constructed ti-at they fit the head perfectly
comfortably as a soft fiat.

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TINKER & COMPANY

's and fHatters

342 S. State Street

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jents for the B. V. D. and Lewis Summer Underwear.

Press Builng--Maynard Street

a, t ;a yt has.
G '~ ABOLISHED
dredup tobacco.
~> V ~ t5.cent tin he1 ls,
1 aV~ TN- LY CGO
P" ANO CIGARFET;

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Straw'

MAY 17th

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The finest l ine of STRAW.HAT
shown in the city. Don't take
chances, get the b est,

will offer a

SPECIAL PR~ICE

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

WADHAMS

COMPAP

1l *Y 5th

SCORES AND SHEET MUSIC

121-123 S. Main S t.

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TOILET fSOAPS,

SIIAVING SOAPS,
ill necessities our spe=

Cool Drinks at,
Our Fountain
for

Univcrsity

Pharmacy

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Phone 416

1219 S. University

OOUL DING & WI1KEL, Proa

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