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May 23, 1913 - Image 3

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_.THE KICEIGAW DAILY.

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Notllust stylish'
but correct in tyl
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 in any selection
yon may make here.
There is an individuality in the
styles of Stein-Bloch .Smart Clothes
that pleases the critical buyer--a
glance at yourself in a Stein-Bloch
Spring suit, before our big mirrors,
explains why.
Lindenschmitt, Apfel& Company
PONE OF OUR Telephone 71 6-J
ALARMI CLOCKS and you will get, to your classes on time
ices always right and all clocks guaranteed. New location.
11I EAST WASHINGTON STREET
J. L. CHAPMAN, Jeweler
A new line of imported Italian reproductions now ready
for Inspection. Our Picture Framing is done -in an Artistic manner.
DeFRIES ART STORE, 223 So. Main.

VV DETROIT
FRIATERNITY JEWELES AND STATIONERS
Jewelers, Stationers, Opticiaans, and Fraternity Jewelers.

Lyndon

At this time, when the- school year is near its close
and the "bunch" will soon be broken up, there
are always a great miany groups to be photographed
and I just want to suggest that it is a good plsn to
s'do it noiw" before it is too late.

Telephone 4W
.Always on thej

1 207-221 WOODWARD AVENUE, DETROIT.

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'7CA VANDERBILT HCWEL
341% ST. EASE pTr PARK AE.N.Y
&dflwez y Erntraznce
At the focal point of the terminal zone, on the
crest of Murray Hill, cooled by Southern breezes from
the sea, artificially fed by chilled air, 600 sunlit rooms.
TARIFF?
Single rooms - - - * Per day-W.$4, $5, $6

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Tell mxe when and where and I will do 1

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~TMHiiard
Mkm yiv Drectuor
WaltoedMarAall

D~ouble rooms -
Double bedrooms, boudoir
dressing-room and bath
Suites-Parloir, bedroom and bath

"U Y$1'$9U$,$
" " * 8, $10, $12
- . " " 10, $12, $15

Th'e Success of Your P DpnsUpnYu
PROGRAMS

Each room with bath

Special rates for Summer

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WANTED.

Wanted-Positions as cooks in Frater-
nity House by colored man and wife.
Box 89 City. 165-66-67
Wanted-Have a good money making
proposition for summer work for one
or, two students. For particulars
write' J. A. Smith, Battle Creel,
Mich. 166-67
Wanted-Student who gave sweater to
spectator. to hold during push ball
contest may have same by calling at
418 S. Division. Phone 1719-L 167

Home Baking-Mrs. Julia Proctor,
1206 Washtenaw Ave., will' cater to
student need in this line. Whenever
you are planinng a spread, phone 13:' r
-L. 164-G+
Open every evening until 9:30. Sun-
days from 9:30 to 12:30, 1:30 to 3:30
only. Lyndcon's Kodaks, films, fllash-
tights, 719 N. University. Sun Fri

An artistic program, worth keeping
will be treasured by your guests and
brim;gba~ck fond iecollectiors many
tears after your party has been for-
gotten. We 'ak~e the kind that are
worth keeping.

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PANAMA, SOFT, DERBY
or STRAW

aV~ n to0 d -Twxo men, teaching
experience preferred, $2.50 per day
and car fare guaranteed, to work;
with Prof. Gardiner in Knoxville,
Tenn. 167-168-1691

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CLEANED -AND BLOCKED
THE BEST SHOE SHINE SHOP
301 1-2 S. STATE STREET
N ext to Wagners
TUTTLE'S'
ON STATE STREET

The deep,-point
collar. now hi~h
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15f q9-fr q5I
FISB/E COON 0& CO.MAKEStZS rdOi'M.N
For Sde in Ann Arbor by
Wagner &Co.

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BUFFALO I
NIAGARA,
FALLS >

mi~ated-Will give six young women
their way through school, a small
salary, and expenses for summer.
Address Box 56, giving experience
and reference. 167-68-69
For Rent-Furnished house for thel
summer. Must make arrangements
at once.- Dr. Loree 122 N. Thayer.
167-168

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STAIONRSPRINTERS%; B IN
112 South.. ahm ,street

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We Serve Hot

Lunches

Sondhis divacainun thtoGeteLabes,th Daol ericlbetwenoleo
Clread Nilotht Dcmer haturintuly wan ut to oate
DerUand Cleean veySaudain Sumr pday ingt lmotn
Fotr trisceel between tole ad, Delot, Mack ac1slNdoaedbway t
DenyStopoveaitof ed lapnd Itwoer :regeonontoridewlsteckes inthea
otstdvso ue1t t etme t. Daily service between ToeoCeetr ndPtinBy
Seclta me ril1Cl t eemrtosMack ringa y nddutristeeklyoJun
up-bout ndCledeSad ey n-bund.yadSndyngt
iSoectips Day isbetween TldDet oit, Madckiave sandrnd uly podts
TDay, Wpcednaloey rday adeSaeir tay o tourit; Mondays w eoudc
ThsDaiyndervidcyotweof Clee levlauti-By
lSnecaDTrs between Detroit - fl n el nd Cleveland wigJll bediA
for transportation on D. & C ..Line St3amners in either direction.
Send 2 cent stamp for Illustr ted Pamplet and Great Lakes Map.
Address: L. G.'Lewis,='G. P. A., Detroit, Mich.
Philip H. McMillan, P'res.
A. A. Schantz, Vice-Pres. and Gen"I Mgr:

17 IS STVAW HAT DAY. Are you prepared ? If not,
show you our I ne of Balch Price & " Company's
'A®E Straw IHats. Cesigned especially for' young
rd so constructed that they fit the head perfectly
:orfortably as a soft hat.

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For And.
Tickets To Were
aad From u l r he

® Detroit & Cleveland
It Navigation Company

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TINKER & COMPANY

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nishers and Hatters 342 S. State Street w
Agents for the D. V. 1. and Lewis Summer Underwear.I
Press Building---Maynard StreetI

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Write or Phone
The Expert Steamship Agent

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HIat D

174 Griswold street

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MAY 17th
The finest line of STRAW HA'
shown, in the city. Don't taki
chances, get the best,.

will offer A

SPECIAL' PRICE

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He represents All Steamship Lines, issties Official
Ticke'~s over Lake and {ocean Lities.
Students' and Teachers' Vacation Trips.--Almost
a month's tour to and f rom London and Par7is for $ i67 50, inl-
cluding all expenses from port to port.
No Excuse" for not seeing Panama if you join C. Lei-
cich's Cruise--24 days-for $i -o, meca's and berth i c'uded.
Two Weeks"'Trip, Deti-oit to 'Montreal, and return, for
$45.00. Reserve liow.
CLEIDICH, Detroit
D. & C. Ticket Agency.

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

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WADHAMS

COM PAD

I BEGINNING MAY 5th

SCORES AND SHEET MUSIC

121-123,,S. Main St.

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TOILET SOAS

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SH1AVING SOAPS

Cool Drinks at
Our Fountain
for
Hot Weathier

Univcrsity

Pharmacy C,
1219 S. University A,

Phone 416

and all
cialty.

necessities

our spe=

Prices the lowest.

GOUL DING & WIKIEL, Proprietors
"We insist on. -

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