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THE XICflIGAN 'DAILY.

ADS IN THIS COLUMN ARE TO BE

Comfort as well as Style

PAID FOR IN AD'VANCE.
LOST

CAMPUS IN BRIEF.

-Nelson Field, donator of
poetry prize, is spending a
in Ann Arbor.

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the Field
few dlays

Here's Your New

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Gilmiore Shoe Co.

1i3 S. Main.

We carry AA to E In Men's and
Women's.
Pftngree Made
is out- lea der.

Wanted-Two men, teaching experi- -An addition of 75 books has been
ence preferred, $2.50 per day and made to the general library. The col
car fare ,guaranteed, to work with; lection is a miscellaneous one, includ-
Prof. Gardiner in Knoxville, Tenn., ing books of fiction, science, biogra-
Phone 359-L. 169-70 phy and a few printed in German.
-At the last meeting of the Edu-r
Lost-Umbrella left on Huron street cational club for this year, officers for
boulevard bench Sunday P. .M. Ini- next year were elected as follows:
tials J. A. S. 'on handle. Please re- president, F. A. Middlebush, '13; vice-
turn to. Wahr's bookstore and re- president, C. 0. Krikendall, '14; secre-
ceive reward. 170. tary and treasurer, E. J. Bird.
-The infant daughter of Prof. Rob-
Wanted-Will give six young women ert W. Hegner, who- has been serious-
working their way through school, ly ill with pneumonia, is much im-
a small salary, and expenses for proved. Prof. Hegner is again meet-
summer Address Box 56, giving ex- ing his zoology classes.
perience and references. 169-70 -Lal1ing of the 300 variousg trees

Here in any one of the fifty beautiful fabrics
and colors that sitow the joy of Sp iig tin e.
Here in st5 kes tlhat will et I~e p,- efcr the
next twelve month:-.
Here in the unapproachable crafltr~ain,,i1, tl at
goes with Society Brand.#
True, fadeless blues, restful greys, becomirg
browns and end'e s variations of these three.
Soft {fronts acid lapels, snug shou~lders, body-
tracing lines, new fabric--clothes th~at arov-se a'
wave of approval at first sight'.
Come and see.

Spring Suit

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Pelace ocf Sweets
Down Town
LET
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limp- Jrurn sh the Ice Cream
<< ~Attenstion to rFraternities
n ~anti Sororities
ON, MAIN 8TIREET

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IITypewrier Repsiir rig Phonme 1361-L
i will meet or beat any price made on a typewriter, sale 'or rental.

IID. F.-WOWR
SAnn Arbor savings sank Bldg. second Floor

Ann !Arbor, Mich.

STRAW :HATS
We have the "Condort" H-at---cushion fitting,

Foundl-Watch and fob on Palmer
field Saturday, evening. Owner can
have same by calling at Daily Office'
and paying for ad. 170
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. Grinnell Bros., 120-2 E.
Liberty St. 160-172
TANCO PARTY AT GRANGER'S
THURSDAXY-NIHT, 50C PER COUP-
L1E. 170-71-72
SENIOR CALCULATORS SECURE
EMPLOYMENT AS ACTUARIES.
Some of the graduates this year in fi-
nancial, actuarial, and statistical
mathematics have already 'secured po-
sitions. J. Royden Morrison has been
appointed actuary of the First Nation-
al Life and Accident Insurance Com-
pany of Pierre, South Dakota; Wen-
dell P. Coler, actuary of the National
Union of Toledo, Ohio; and L. J. Arn-
old, actuary of the People's Life In-
surance Company of Chicago.
Recent developments in the appli-
cations of mathematics to biology have
created a new demand for graduates
in statistical mathematcs, and in this
connection John R. Miner has been ap-
pointed assistant to Dr. Raymond
Pearl at the Agricultural Experiment
Station, Orono, Maine.
Appoints Graduate to State Board.
Leonard A. Seltzer, Ph.C. '92, was
recently appointed member of the State
Board of pharmacy by Gov. Ferris.

upon the campus will be done this
week by 20 botany students. The let-
tering of the zinc plates with platinum
chloride is being done in the botanical
laboratory.
-Dr. Darling will speak tonight be-
fore the Dental Society on "Infection
and. How it Can be Avoided." The
lecture will be held in the amphithea-
ter of the dental building,4 and the
public 'is invited.
-The entire cast of "Koepnicker-
strasse 120," the Deutscher Verein
play of this year, was entertained last
night at the home of one of the prin-
cipals, Clara Hoffman, '14.
-A few tickets remain for the com-
bined dance of the Comedy club, the
Cercle Francais and the Deutscher
Verein to be held at the country club
tomorrow night.
Consul Addresses Diplomacy Class.
Robert T. Crane, U. S. Consul at Ro-
sario, Argentine, lectured before the
class in American diplomacy on "The
Consular Service" yesterday 'morning.
While in Ann Arbor li s the guest of
Prof. J. S. Reeves.
Rhetoric Instructor Cues to the East.
Mr.. Carey H. Conley, '02, instructor
in the rhetoric departmnent, has ac-.
cepted an associate professorship in
rhetoric at Wesleyan University, Mid-
dletown, Conn.
McDonald's
[Hoppe's Former Storel
Liberty St.

HEADQUARTERS FOR GOOD DRESSERS
The Row Spring Models are nsow b.n shown a
H Iay ley's Millinery, 206 l.Leber t
Hair Goods a Specialty Phone 1390
Good for every areal: with fruit, either fresh or p esetvcd;
with fried or poached eggs or cesc--good a hunc' t1dldffeient
ways. 10c the packo ye, at all cgq-ocerls.
HOLLAND RUSE COMPANY Holland, Mich.
.Anu. Arbor Dome Bakery, 'Distributor s
LIN NG

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"Positive Ventilation"

Also fine Panamas.

VARSITrv
[SS. V. D's" Galore

TOC CERY SHOP
1107 S. U. Ave,

omemmmmmI
SoM~ETulING NEw

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fit) ;/1

Don't Wait--Now Is the Time to #Plac~e
your Order for those Engravaed Cards
which you Will need Iona few weeks

in form, with flavor difierent,-better than an}ything you have ever tried.
At all Grocers. 10c per P~ekage.
IK COMPANY .. HOLLAND, MICHIGAN
Anna Arbor Hoape Bakcery, Distributorls
209 South State Street

Fresh Candies

;MACS" FAMOUS CRACKER JACK

Have You :Tried

Us?

Styles and Quality of Workmanship
Unsurpassed
T h e M a a~ w r w mv11 2 S o u t h M a i n S t r e e t .

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Giver Clean, Wholesome
$4.00 per week. Safe
Water,

Board at
Drinking

is a mighty Nic oiyadRyli"hencs

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unches 25+

]Rinners 35c

C" C. ree man, Proprtetor

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For 'And
Tickets To Were,
and From E hr

Place at which, to buy
LETIC- S
KoAsCutE.tlery, Fishing Tackle
and General Sporting
Goods

Write or Phone

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LEIDI.-11,
The Expert Steamship Agent

It has
ABOLISHED,
~D IbAdried uptobacco,.
1 ' %That 5-Cent tin holds
just enough to keep
fresh 'till you've smok-
ed it ALL.
U... EVER-LASTING-LY GOOD
LJ' ' FOR PIPE AND CIGARCTTIE

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Griswold Street

D E TRO1T

May We Serve You?-R'ayls has been doing it
years and ought to know how., Films Developed,
roil (any size.)

for 38
14c a

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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 $ti67.50, in-
cluding all expenses from port to port.
No Excuse for not seeing Panaima if you join C. Lei-
dich's Cruise-24 days--for $i ,o, meals and berth it cInded.
Two Weeks' Trip, Detroit to Mon treal, and retuzrn, for
$15.00o. Reserve now.
C. LEDCDetroit.
D. &,G. Ticket Agency.

Michigan :students are Entitled to 10 per cent
Discount. Bring Aid. with you.

T.

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Cor. Woodward and Congress

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THIS IS CLOTHES BUYING TIME FOR MEN

ne Suits of unusual Style, Grace and Character. Positively the. greatest values in Ann Arbor, when style, fabri n ormnhp sdl
red. Styleplus $17.00 Suits, Adl r Rochester Clothes from $20.00 to $30.00.

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of the Best Straw Hats.

First showing Saturday.. Panainas, $5.00; Milans, $3.00; Split Straws, $1.50 to $4.00. Soft Straws, $1.60 to $3.00.

Sole Agents for the Knox Straw hats, Prices fronm $3.00 to $5.00,
Reu le, Conlin, Fl gel

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