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THE MICHIG(AN DAILY

SWILL TEAR BOWN

0' '1 1 - IN B R I EF.

THEELECT

This see~sork' S popular she pC-
We he.vo themrn r Tarp or Blo~ck, ci-at
Oxford or 'High.-
With rubber soloe a.ivd heal if. yoll
wish.,

-~Ia ratenitywill begin the
(CfLU L L"oncia 0 b ome at 605
~ ciliSrv estret abutJuly 1. The
Contracts for teascg do11nthe ofl oue ilb rd5frcupnyy
the bginning Cftdiesecond semester.
octagonal smoke sta-,ck at t [' we5t endi
of the paint shop ,,nd therma z Tofyens"Mu selections of
the old1 medic buil-n1 wer l'v es1i hi hvn n y rof. Hollister's
terday to the UnionHne\Yeku rsi ncrr:tv reading last
Co. of IDetroit. Theli(o, o ~~nil, w (wellreceived.
landmarks was d(- fTide- upon at the(, IIOf . .W.,.Sm-ith, of the physics
last meeting of the board o,' t iprr~nret urnedi Monday from the
and the work will be cornyzV. cfin A Pros.. T. Fairchild of
Commencement. te Iicn (o'ee, where he spent
The stack is (60 feet hii v-indte~WiAe us of honor, official
xvrccing xiii b diffcult Srt.. deneof i iite university at the
H. Marks, \wio first i tnh.1t ie xrces
the work, planned to renav liks -Prf R. N'. Wenley is one of the
at the bottom and fill theioe whslcbr to be present at the third
pine block1s, perm-fitting trthei kt anualdiner to be giveni by the Mich-
topple ove(r to the we;- t. 'bsi toI1mAuthors' Assochion at the Tull-
may be emplloyed by the o>,ei i oe on June 5. Norman Hackett,
firm. chis irmran of the arrangements
The chimney is an oid la. dnc'r'- o'rite
resenting one of the greatety:a'chie e _',Abut 25 members of the Kalamnazo
ments i caipipus arch~itecture at the (4ub atte(Ied the first annual dinner
tine when the present p:aint shop was of the society at the Union last night.
used as the university priwer house. Prof. RobertId& Bunker. of the law de-

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We don't want to Carry Over any
Stock when T-,iriff affects WVoolens.

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Big edo n Everything

$3.003 attA$6.09

Wagnev ft Coo
SSkate Stre i#M

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Werren S. Thormpsron a n

he iFores't awn tea ioorn
Special Menus for Warm Weather
D4 Forest Avenuae.Phone 1238-J
THERE'S NEVER ANY FALLING OFF IN THE FLAVOR OF

tgaged as an additional i
sociology for next year. -
inte of the ixriye
and has stuili 'd!atlh n
Chicago and Columbia.,
It is 1pln:reJedt& inra
of SC(;l:i5insocloic'i
will bea n.iern'Ac
in eachi section.

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nicest, spiciest, most tantalizing cook(ies ever made. In 1 Oc packages at all grocers
HOLLAND RUSK COMPANY, Holland, Mich.
ANN ARBOR HOME BAKERY, LDistribulois

ryy\ .

A ISSlt)N TO SAE
The Anibcrscn bill, draw~no3 by
Dean hate:,, rclative toa a-;1t
the state bar, has payssdbWhee
of the legislature, rec,,iv (ldia; sti-
or's signature, and i nw av, i1
-The ynnc pal epr~r:eCt
tr 'aining, n un d graduat'. 'f i o fi e a r p -
striclingaal sioa t;'eei0-good

part ment, was I he principal speaker.
Election of officers for next year was
held and the following wvere elected:
pre ident, E. W. P-aislip, '141,; vice-
prsident, 0. Z. Ide, '151L; secretary,
l~cen Steers. '16; recording secretary,
ie oia Pomeroy, '14; treasurer, Ber-
isKline, '14.
[ti:,.[pro '1[danCe cunittee meets
vi T r._.on[ton; gt at 2:00 o'c'lock.
Sop enincssand junior laws play
basbal tis fiernonat 4:00 We'lock
on Ferry fiel:d.
Senor u~iner~whio have not oh-
_. edi:i[_ (on can obtain them
Ihu~s~ay;inrcom 121, from 1:00 to
Soic engneer iayclass dues to-
morwin f'ront oi' roome 211.
Intsiroilegi it cSc ialist society
wll odisli;bsns meeting of
the veer,, , tnht a t :o'clock in the
frn o apaahAi tn~tat 11:00
Oxetck. ow'bat oormusicians
I u~ sreital at the cSchiool of Mu-
si.c ths f mroot at 4 :15 o'clock.

Miniature
RUG of
ORIENTAL
Design with
Each. Package.

WHAT, 'NEVER?

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They said : "It can't be Done." That it was
:F-POSSIBLE to blend Turkish and Virginia
tobacco - and catch and hold the soul of both.
Well, we've DONE it.
It's too good to be true.
But it IS true.
Great is Zubelda !

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Rubber Sole Oxfords v i h heels and leather toe pieces.
E~very Pair Guaranted. $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00.

Campus'

Bovotery,

Opposite
H-Iuston'~

il/1IIR -""-"-'ss e ar 0a ol0i Rp sr w
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TURKISH
mo) VIRGINIA

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Copyrght Hart Schaffacr L& Marx

A VERY smart two--
bu on mcdel for
young men, soft rol
lapels, turnup trousers,
a very stylish model
made by
Hart S&hdfner & Marx
At twenty-five dollars
you can buy a very
fine suit in this model.

11"'!1t pass ann&1{'." fIn V 'Mii;i \InngC]3;S t(IA I ifmOs I lu -k(If of -den
beowvn. So' E° ithjiba i k or .. n P'itr , iee ~orpet g.Al-
wSav- dellghtful m ari o h1 I'1?im g t;h.#,i ek' 1; 11 toill t C 'te t .
Holland Rusk Company, lolatMi1ch.
Ann Arberir Hmt'1 aEr! ~~Fbi

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Tickets Toz
and From st hr

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Let us make your tgoing home
SUPt" and e a pair of $6.99 to $7.00
trousers F REE'AithIevery odr
Our suits "are2 beautilulHy tailored and
they fit perfctly. All the newest weaves
fresh front the loom. y placng your or-
der now will kisure prompt delivery.

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Write c-r phone

The Expert temsi Agent

Lutz

174 Criswold Street

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Clothing
Store

He represeivs All Steamzship ltneS issues Official
Ticke's ove- Lake 'ul 0 ---x:!Lines.
Students" and Teachers'" aainTi.-~~s
a nourth '.st nirto and f riIom / uon r(zT Parr; h~for '6- ;oin-
ciudi-'g Al expenmse~ from por to port. '
Nt) Excuse J#o-r U )t seeing; Panama if you j,,ir C. Lei-
di.--h';, Cru i-24 days-for 1 t0", ta's and berth ito'e f.
Two Weeks' Trip, D~etr', oit. o n ib'tcal, and return-, f' r
.3(o. Reserve ro.

ALL SUJITS MA.DNE FOR YOU AT

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Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx
Clothes In Ann Arbor;

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299 E. Liberty Street, .7 a TeL, bldg.
E. C FLANDiEP S, A ,gr., leoinn s in r. of Woolen Mills.
No cmaa ,c1 on xwil q ar y o tuhraore in Ann Arbor.

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217 SOUTH

MAIN

STREET

C CCG.Lt':',
D. & C. Ticket Agency.

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HOPPE'S
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CAMEAS OR ALEIGA P~~ Ti ENTl~cper day.
Fils Dvelpedl~c'~ oll i'iit, 8, 4c, and 5c
eh. Postal V iews 0aVo CI n is views and
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