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THE MICHIGAlI DAILY.
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tylish
t in style
t offer you stylish clothing
easy for us but would soon
doubting the value of our
vice,
idy the difference between
d correct style so that you
I secure in any selection
y make here.

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DETROIT
FRATERNITYf JEWELERS AND STATION



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Lyndon

Telepho ne 458-L
"Always on the job"

Jewelers, Stationers, Opticiaans, and Fraternity Jewelers.

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

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207-211 WOODWARD AVENUE, DETROIT.

ADS, IN THIS COLUMN ARE TO I
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.
LOST

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an individuality in the
-in=Bloch Smart Clothes
s the critical buyer-a
)urself in a Stein-Bloch
, before our big mirrors,.

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mitt, Apfel & Company
Telephone 716-J
KS and you will get to yo o classes on time
all clocks guarantc ed New location.
.AST WASHINGTON STREET
CHAPMAN, Jeweler

ilian reproductions now ready
ramtog is done in an Artistic manner.

iTORE,

223 So. Main.

Lost-On Ferry field May 9, baseball
glove and pair of shoes. Finder
please call 402-J. 167-68-69
Lost-An umbrella in some one of the
university buildings or in the Un-
ion. Initials F F. B. on handle.
Phone 119-L. -169
'WANTED.
Wanted-Two men, teaching experi.
ence preferred, $2.50 per day and
car fare guaranteed, to work with
Prof. Gardiner in Knoxville, Tenn.,
Phone 359-L. 169-70
Wanted-Will give six young women
working their way through school,
a small salary, and expenses for
summer Address Box 56, giving ex-
perience and references. 169-70
Why pay more money when you can
buy all the latest popular songs and
music at ten cents per copy. Mando-
lins, guitars, and all musical instru-
ments at very lowest prices consistent
with quality. Grinnel1Bros., 120-2 E.
Liberty St. 160-172
Home Baking-Mrs. Julia Proctor,
1206 Washtenaw Ave., will cater to
student need in this line. Whenever
you are planning a spread, phone 1394
-L. 168-69
A number of repaired pens uncalled
for, 50 cents. Skinner's. 169
College end sale of Fountain Pens-
$8.00 for $4.00, $6.00 Pens $2.50, $3.00
pens $i.50, Skinner's. 169

Scrap books cut to $1.00. Best made.
Skinner. 169
THEATRICAL2 CIRCLES.
At the Majestic.
The Majestic theater will open its
summer season tomorrow afternoon of
Kinemacolor pictures and feature
photoplays with cabaret and concert
features. Three shows each night,
starting at 7:00, 8:00 and 9:00 o'clock
will be given and daily matinees. The
entire programs will be changed each
day.,
H E A TR'E
Downtown on Main
Street
WEDNESDAY,
MAY 28th,

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

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If

11 Tell

The success of Your Party
Depends Upon Your
PROC RAMS

me when and where and I will do the rest.

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THE MAYER--SCHAIRER CO.

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IWe Make Old ats New

STATIONERS, PRINTERS, BINDERS
iIl South Main Stroet

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or STRAW

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THE BEST SHOE SHINE SHOP
301 1-2 S. STATE STREET

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TUTTLE'S

ON STATE STREET

We Serve Hot

Lunches

V HATS.
of Balch Price & Company's
Designed especially for young
.hat they fit the head perfectly

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THE CHARMS OF OUR SUMMER SEAS
Spend your vacation on the Great Lakes,the. most ecdnomical and enjoyable outing in
America
You 4 a } o materto what point you want to go, use D. & C.
Where You Can Go Line ateaners operating to all important ports.
aily ser1ce between Detroit and Buffalo. MayI st to November 1st. City of
Detroit li and City of Cleveland III, two of the largest side wheel steamers in the world,
on this division June loth to September I1Oth. Daily service between Detroit and
Cleveland April 15th to December lest. During July and August two boats out of
Detroit and Cleveland every Saturday and Sunday night.
Four trips weekly between Toledo, Detroit, Mackinac Island and way ports. Ten
Day Stopover allowed at Alpena either direction on tourist tickets without additional
cost. Daily service between Toledo, Cleveland and Nut-in-Bay.
Special Steamer Cleveland to Mackinac Island, two trips weekly, June 15th to
September 10th stopping only at Detroit every trip and Goderich, Ont., every Monday
up-bound and Saturday down-bound.
Special Day Trips between Detroit and Cleveland, During July and August
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday out of Detroit; Monday, Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday out of Cleveland.
RAILROAD TICKETS AVAILABLE.-Tickets reading via any rail
line between Detroit and Buffalo and Detroit and Cleveland will be.honored
for transportation on D. & C,"Line Steamers in either direction.
Send 2 cent stamp for Illustr-ted Pamphlet and Great Lakes Map.
Address: L. G. Lewis, G. P. A., Detroit, Mich.
Philip H. McMillan, Pres.
A. A. Schantz, Vice-Pres. and Gen'! Mgr:
etroit Cleveland
Navigation Company

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For And,
Tickets To very
and From Where

go

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342 S. State Street

Straw

Hat Day

ud Lewis Summer Underwear.

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C.

L E I DICH
The Expert Steamship Agent

Has Past

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Llding---Maynard Street

174 Griswold Street

D E T R OIT

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The finest line of STRAW HATS
shown in the city. Don't take
chances, get the best,

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will offer a

IAL PRICE

on

He represents All Steamship Lines, issues Official
Ticke.s over Lake and Ocean Lines.
Students' and Teachers',Vacation Trips.-Almost
a month's tour to and from London and Paris for $t67.50, in-
cluding all expenses from port to port.
No Excuse for not seeing Panama if you join C. Lei-
dich's Cruise-24 days-for $i to, meals and berth included.
Two Weeks' Trip, Detroit to Montreal, and return, for
$45.00. Reserve now.
C. LEIDICH, Detroit
D. & C. Ticket Agency.

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Culture, Koanzaland,
hest and Awakened

WADHAMS & COMPANY

SCORES AND SHEET MUSIC

121-123 S. Main St.

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rOILET SOAPS,

Cool Drinks at
Our Fountain

IUicst

SHAVING SOAPS

Pharmacy Co.
1219 S. University. Ave.

Phone 416

for

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all necessities our

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Hot Weather

GOULDING & WIKEL, Proprietors
We insist on satisfying

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