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May 30, 1913 - Image 4

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Tfit I H O NDAILY

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THE ELE~CT

OVER STOCKED

We don't want to Carry Over any
Stock when Tariff affects Woolens.

This sea son' s pp Pular sha ae-
Wry hj%.vothorn Im .Tara or Black, cast
Oxford or Hg-
With rubber sole ..Xnd heel if youz

$3 .00 amd $6.00

7"M. Hilliar
Aft..yiny Dim
waIton HMers)
Manoxier

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ANDERBUT HOTEL
340 ST. FAST AT PARK Ate., N. Y.
t5'ubway Entrance
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--$3, $4, $5, $6
Double rooms . 1 $5, $6, $7, $8
rd Double bedrooms, boudoir
ctOr dressing-room and bath * $8, $10, $12
Sit Suites-Parloir, bedroom and bath * " $10,$12,$15
Each room with bath Special rates for Summer

Big ern in Everything

Wagnzer
State Street
filgin of the $3d WhitoSh~o a

MI'lward,

TATS
TREET

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Peter W. Dyke-na, '95, who was di-

c JForest lawn

t~ea iXoorn

Special Menus for Warm Weather

Avenue.

Phone 1238-J

-- rectors of music in the Ethical Culture
THREE SENIOR LAWS WILL bers consider them unnecessary. CI
TESTIFY school of New York has accepted an
VN ROOSEYVELT SUIT,. Case, '15E was elected corresponding
appointment to the new chair of com-
In answer to a summons received secretary, and Seadi Robinson, finan-
yesterday, W. Z. I;ie, 13L, Glenn Irvin, ; vi munitWy music in the University of Wis-
al secretary.* WFIces of public inan-,
'13L, and Dennis Donovan, '13L, left alters were filled by Ccbr;e Prussing;, cousin.
for Marquette, to testify for the de- 15E, and Louis Reiman, 15. I r
fense at the Roosevelt libel suit. Their
testimony will probably be based on INDI iii X CLUB 9 IIELP'EIS' !
the colonels visit to Ann Arbor in HOOSIEII1,01, BECOME .1CCL1:#1. P1,, 1
FebruaU 1911. ( Indiana club has made application f
Jude Richard C. Flannigan, the ? to the committee on, non-
presiding. judge at the trial, stucied. athletic., or,:an:Zat.iols fo>. foa,- Tickets To
law at the university in 11371-73. His mal recognition. The club has re-
afid [ m }
Son Clement R. Flannigan, '09, was a cr; anized this yen- azftei eiw lone- [
men:iber of the varsity football squad. ; ant for several years and at present
?a5 a me -ibersshil, of nearly 100 and
Write u
1'()z'L' stc ': I ieac1 i:icasY s < I , I,3 s I, plans are-being made to increase the
Officers fqr the year 1313-1911 were membership next year to include all of
elected at the meeting of the Forestry tle Ir.diana stu(lent.s in t.ho university.
.;lub held Wedn=,Iy evening as fol- A committee will come to Ann arbor
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lows: Carnot Valiton, '13, president; early next fall and mako an effort to,
C. I3elevan, '14, vice-president; N. see the new Hoosiers as they arrive The Expert $ti
L. Cary, '15, recording. secretary; H. and do what it can to help thein about
J. .Andrews, '15, csrrespontling secre- the carnpus. Also it has been planned I 1~ Street
tdry; S, H. McCutcheon, graduate to give then a di iiner early in the
'"rn! c 2rrrf!.. P. fArnn 1A mn: no-n+ " 1 1 i- r<'tiresents All Votpam

CARRICK THEATRE
DETROIT
THE LYMAN H. HOWE TRAVEL ' FESTIVAL,
ALL NEW.
And
Every
Y Where],

II11:

In Form.' Unique In Flavoir.
MACE TODAY

Unique in Ouatlty Sui'able for All Occasions.
1 Oc AT ALL CROtERS

Dr Phone

HOLLANDb RUSK COMPANY, Holland Mich.
ANN ARBOR HOME BAKERY, Distributors

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teamship Agent

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HOSTOIF41AN
Rubber Sole Oxfords with heels and leather tore pieces.
Every Pair Guaranteed. $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00.

npus

BUOtery,

4pj)osite
H uston's

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Copyright Hard Sckia..t'ncr & Marx

A V .R'Y. smart two-
bu ton model~ for
young men, soft roll
lapels, turnup trousers;
a very stylish model
made by
Hart Ich Der Marx
At twenty-five dollars
you can E uy a very
fine suit in this model.

Lieasutcr; c: u. uaron, iq, a ag.n; +
,ditcr of dic Forester and " F. Bond, 1
14, bu-SineSS manager, of -'creiter.
J. P. Taylor, '13, and Geo. \Vever, '11,
xere e:ec'4ed to the executive commit-
Lee.
E.xlend Timm to ay Diploma Fees.
The time for the paynient ok the di-
plonia feu and the teachers diploma
fee has been extended to Monday af-
ternoon at 4:00 o'clock on account of
the confusion caused by the fire.
MEAT INSPECTOR ORDINANCE
TO BE SUB11I'.I"TED TO COU C'IL;
An ordinance making the health offi-
cer, Dr. J. A. Wessinger, meat inspect-
or for the city of An Arbor has been
drafted by City Attorney John Dwyer,
and will be presented to city council
nor action at the session Monday even-
ing. The proposed ordi-fiance provides
for the licensing of local slaughter
houses and regulation of the killing of
cattle. No wood will be allowed in the
construction of slaughter pens, but the
building will be required to be con-
structed of either brick, concrete, or
stone. A clause of the ordinance pro-
vides for strict sanitary regulations
in the handling of cattle by the butch-
ers.
YA.C.A. OFFICERS TO MAKE
PLAN'S AT OUTING THIS WEEK
Grficers and ex-officers of the Uni-
versity Y. M. C. A. are going to spend
three days in conference at Whitmore
Lake, beginning this afternoon. The
more energetic men are going to walk
and the others are going on the 4:30
o'clock train. Plans for the work next
year will be discussed tomorrow morn-
ing and in the afternoon there will be
a baseball game between the old and
new. cabinet, after which all will en-
joy, themsehes playing in the water.
The conference will be continued Sun-
day mornin- and the association men
will 'return to Ann Arbor in the after-
noon.
-Election of officers ofk the Cosmo-
politan club took place at the meeting
Wednesday night. A peculiar feature
is that the offices of president and vice-,
president are abandoned, as the mem-

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Saturday, M ? 31st is Positively the Last

FIFTY* YNTRIES -PECIIJEY1111) FOR
(Continued i'reni page 1.)
end of the pole. {
The membership committee met yes- j
terday afternoon at the Union, and the
ii.-erpber hlp cars Nvere given to the
men. These will be sold for $1 to
members of the Union, and the associ- !
ate memberships to any other student i
for $1.50. Membetship fees laid at this
time will make the men members for
the next school year as well.

I x1 I < pic:+cu tsxx a7M-42AZZMORE AV JUXURZ659 15K11eb %J111clat
Tlc e.4 over bake and Ocean Lines.
Stud nis' and Teachers' Vacation Trips.--Almost
a III =1,317'" t ur to and from L.ondon,' and Pavis for $:67 jo, in-
el u'l i ng all l ex pease-, from port to port.
N:3 Excase for nit seeing Panama if voce j ,i n C. Lei.,
dwn' -, C:t111 1-24 (lays-for $i'o, mea's and berth i1
Two Weeks' Trip,, Detmit to Ylontgval, and ret11rv, for
15 oo. Re er4e r.ow.
a LEA CH, Deem 1AI
D. C. Ticket Agency.

Day of r! iis

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Free

W.th every Suit r.

Lutz

Clothing

Y BUR c oicc is Po restricted to a few auighily, unsaleable, infer or quality cloths,
but Instead y o have as unrestictf:d cnoico of all fine woolen mate ials--Olf of the
sums piece, the Suit is made 1ro ifvoa like. t
n
We will give $100°00 tprany
man wearing a $25.00 suit,
HTICEu if we can't duplicate the
quality for $17.50. °
ALL suits made more MON EY back if we fail to
to order, 17 n5 0 NO lass. satisfy.
Wei .:
..C A LORS 216 Main t. Near Mack's.

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Store

Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx
Clothes in Ann Arbor

217. SOUTH

MAIN

STREET

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You can not fine!

better

MBOOK
in town than the one at
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