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May 14, 1913 - Image 4

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TII9 MICHIGAN DAILY

'13E
HOB-

MICHIGAN WILL BE-
WELL REPRESNTED
Undergraduate, Graduate and Profes-
sor to Appear in Peace
Contest.
THREE CONTESTANTS TO SPEAK.
Michigan will be prominent at the
National Peace Oratorical contest at
Lake Mohawk Thursday afternoon,
when: a Michigan undergraduate will
be one of the contestants, a Michigan

. ~graduate will' coach another entrant,
Our J. & M. Ofrds are exact repodu- and a Michigan professor will have
tions of the English Flat Last $14 Bench madechreoteenieotst
Shoes, and sell fof $6.00. See them. t Paul Blanshard, '14, will represent
the central section, having won the
W aimeir Eb.Coo university, the state, and the district
State Street contests this year, with his oration
Slirk of the 1314 White slhoe "The Evolution of Patriotism."
Louis Eich, '12, who was the Michi-
gan honor orator last year, represent-
. ?ing Michigan in the Northern Oratori-
j~r~r cal contest at Evanston, is coaching
Vernon Welsch, another of the three
contestants. Eich's protege has won
the Knox college contest, the Illinois
state contest, and the western dis-
4 r~ 0 0 Yet trict contest at St. Louis, May 3.
Prof Trueblood will have charge of
ab Dinners and Lunches This Week the contest, and will pick the judges
from among the distinguished guests
est Avenue. Phone 1238.j at the Lake Mohawk Peace Confer-
ence.
'HER'S EVERANYFALING ft:IN HE FAVO OfBlanshard delivered his oration pub-
HERES NVERANYFALING FF N TE FAVO OFlicly yesterday morning, and after the
* recital Prof. Trueblood expressed him-
self as highly pleased with the deliv-
__________________________________________________ery. The two left at 2:30 o'clock yes-
ciest, most tantalizing cookies ever made. In 'l Oc packages at ail grocers terday afternoon for Lake Mohawk,
HOLLAND RUSK COMPANY, Holland, Mich. as the date of the contest has' been ad-
ANN ARBOR HOME BAKERY$ Distributors. vanced to Thursday afternoon.

( The beginning of the end of college days is at
hand and thoughts turn to the question of clothes.
that whatever you think of your friends, you
Youarebound to make comparisons, mental
notes-favorable or ocherwise. So it will be
in business, professional or social life in all
-'& ' the years to come.
Orde..r Clothes Now!
' " -They'll be appropria e--ull of character and
pleasingly fittin g if rnade-.to-measure. Prices
will be way below your expectations.
Fre
123 E. Liberty -St.
'~. ~ will show youl our many suaable woolens
t ,i ' Y and fashions and send us you r mesurei.
Larget ~a% C::)v ,
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Price Buildng s> icag, U. S. A.
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1* 3H.NBARTLETT
* *DAfRTMUfl'72
CIA
'h Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi Keys

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WATCh REPAIRING--iie 1epair Chronormeters and Split Second Wvatches.
534 H leler Jewelry CO. 308 . y'. State
jI YOU HAVE READ OF AND SEEN

MAY CALL.
coat if y'ou choclse;
y a rainy weathier
; light weight,
made right.

Uncle Tom's Cabin?
BUT HAVE YOU SEEN
Aunt Diana's Cabin?
You can have a chance for- only 25
cents silver. It will please you might-
ily. Address W.B., Jones Co., Silver
Creek, N. Y.

Senior Girls Must Pay Tax for Play,
Tables will be stationed in the li-
brary today from 1:00 to 3:00 o'clock
to collect the senior play tax from
those who have neglected to pay. The
rehearsal for the play this afternoon
will not be held as Prof. R. DA T.
Hfollister is out of town. It is neces-
sary that this tax be paid today in or-
der to insure the production of the
play.

Big

May

Festival

IN HILL AUDITORIUM

CHAFFNAER

MARX

style
id we
it.

and' quality
put an easy

ercoats $i8 and up
Sack and Norfolk
$18 and more.
at $25.

emw /
r
}J
\
s
Covyri fit Hart Sc!iaffner & Marx

'The Stare hoe tore
Can Offer You Better Shoes for Less Money
REMEMBER WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD
Full ine of wooden bath sandals LEVYOppoite Post Office:
Tennis Shoes and Slippers ABE LEYPrP-.0 N. Main' Street

Pleilty

Of

Good

STILL ON SALE'

L

e

Course..... . . $4.00----$,5.00

NEW

Seats

STYLES

Single...

0so $.-$1.20

O " i

'zf

I

Regal hes
and Oxfords

STORE

Home of
haffner & Marx Clothes
in Ann Arbor
. Maim Street

On and after Wednesday noosn tickets will
be. sold at Box Office, Hill Auditorium.' Up to
Wednesday noon at School of Music.
T H i ECR R IV THIS WEEK 1Cox sons & vINIG, New Yolk
MAK~ERS OF
GERTRIUDE HOFFMANNAADMCOTUE
ACAsMCOSTUMHooS
BROADWAY TO PARISp, os& ed
. for All Degrees.
F BEWITCHING CHORUS.:.<~ MACK & CO, Representaiives

Oroner cLCoo.
108 S. Mafn St.

'1

to see our
Special
crow Weave
lue Serge

Over 500 Han some abrics
Think of the wide -range _of choice., then toro, consider the advantage of having clothes made to
your personal -measure by our famous Chicago tailors ED. V. PRICE & CO., honestly construct-
ed, authentic in style and lasting in service. You'll find it to your advantage to come anid select
your pattern and leave your measure. Prices range from $25.00 up.

GtROSS
Clothes, Hats and
.Toggery
123 E. LIBERTY

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