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June 01, 1913 - Image 4

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TH MICHIGAN DAILY

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Ttea iRoomi

Special Menus for Warm Weather

Tailorsale

604 Forest Avenue.

Phone 1238-J

THE ELECT

May Take Finals Under Honor System
Prof. E. R. Turner has announced
that a vote will be taken in his class
in English history at the lecture hour
Tuesday to determine whether that
class will take final examination un-
der the honor system. In speaking of
this method, he said: "The honor sys-
tem with few exceptions has worked
well in my class. Of course a few
have fallen but I am sure no more
than would have done so under super-
vision.-

Fresh to Meet Toledo Tennis Team.
The freshman tennis team will cross
rackets with the representative four
from Central High of Toledo Fri-
day. The visiting team con-
sists of Hohle, McNichal, Johns, and
Campbell, while Switzer, Crawford,
Mack and Thorsch will wield the rack-
ets for the freshmen class.
31Il4I AN TEAM TAKES TIHRl)
IN EASTR tINTEtVCLLE(0lA'TE
(Continued from page 1.)
Camp, Harvard, tied for first, height 6

OVER STOCKED

We don't want to Carry

Over

any

Stock when Tariff

affects

Woolens.

This seaeson's popular shape-,
We h..ve them Ift Tan or Blaeck, cut
Oxford or High--
With rubber sole and heel if you
wish.

Bug Reduction in Everything

$5.00 and $6.00

Wagnmer , Coo"
State Street
Sfiin of the Bl Whfte Shoe

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Menoralt Society to Elect Officers.
The Menorah society will elect offi-
cers for next year at 7:30 o'clock to-
night in Newberry hail. This will be
the last meeting of the year. All com-
mittee reports and other business will
be concluded. Plans for next year
will be discussed and a short program
will follow.
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BOSTONIAN
Rubber Sole Oxfords with heels and leather toe pieces.
Every Pair Guaranteed. $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00.

feet 1-8 inches; Sargent, Michigan,
Moffatt, Harvard, and Simo, Prince-
ton, tied for third, 5 feet 11 1-4 inches.
Broad Jump-Mercer, Pennsylvania,
first, distance 23 feet 3 7-8 inches; Al-
len, California, second, 22 feet 10 1-2
inches; Whitney, Cornell, third, 22 feet
9 inches; Thomson, Syracuse, fourth,
21 feet 11 1-2 inches.
Pole Vault-Won by Fiske, Prince-
ton, height 12 feet 8 inches; Wagoner,
Yale, and Wright, Dartmouth, tied for
second, 12 feet 4 inches; Camp, Hiar-
vard, and Van Kennen, Cornell, tied
for fourth, 12 feet.
Track Events:
100 Yard Dash-Won by Patterson,
Pennsylvania; Reller, Cornell, second;
Lippincott, Pennsylvania, third; Bond,
Michigan, fourth. Time 9 4-5 seconds
(Ties Intercollegiate record.)
220 Yard Dash-Won by Lippincott,
Pennsylvania; Seward, Michigan, sec-
ond; Bond, Michigan, third; Patterson,
Pennsylvania, fourth. Time 21 1-5 sec-
onds. (Ties World,'s amateur record.)
440 Yard Dash-Won by Haff, Michi-
gan; Cozzens, Cornell, second; Barron,
Harvard, third; Jansen, Michigan,
fourth. Time 48 2-5 seconds.
880 Yard Run-Won by Brown,Yale;
Jones, Cornell, second; Capper, liar.
yard, third; Marceau, Dartmouth,
fourth. Time 1:54 1-5 seconds.
Mile Run-Won by Jones, Cornell;
Taber, Brown, second; lannon, Dart-
mouth, third; Maderia, Pennsylvania,
fourth. Time 4 minutes 14 2-5 sec-
onds. (New World's record.)
Two Mile Run-Won by McCurdy,
Pennsylvania; Smith, Michigan, sec-
ond; Boyd, Harvard, third; Keyser,
Penn State, fourth. Time 9 minutes
45 3-5 seconds.
120 Yard High Hurdles-Won by
Wendell, Wesleyan; Jackson, Harvard,
second; Cummings, Harvard, third;
Potter, Yale, only other starter, dis-
qualified. Time 15 3-5 seconds.
220 Yard Low Hurdles-Won by
Wendell, Wesleyan; Potter, Yale, sec-
ond; Braun, Dartmouth, third; Brady,
Columbia, fourth. Time 23 3-5 sec-
onds. (Equals World's amateur rec-
ord.)

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For And
Tickets To Every
and From Where

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174 Criswold Street

DETROIT

Write or Phone

TATE
ST REE T

LEID eICH
The Expert Steamship Agent

.mpus

Bootery,

Opposite
Huston's

75c

lo '

71

7" L

A VERY smart two-
button model for
young men, soft ro l
a els turnu trsers

By special arrangement wiui
the publishers, we offer you,
for a little while only, a full
year s subscription to
The "
(regularly 75c a year) and any
New Idea Pattern for 30c
in all.
You get the best Fashion and
family magazine for
.A Whole Year for l

He represents All Steamship Lines, issues Official
Ticke's over Lake and Ocean Lines.
Students' and Teachers' Vacation Traps.-Almost
a month's tour to and from London and Paris for $167.50, in
cluding all expenses from port to port.
No Excuse for not seeing Panama iI you join C. Lei-
dich's Cruise-24 days-for $i.:o, meals and berth ircluded.
Two Weeks' Trip, Detroit to Montreal, and return, for
$5.oo. Reserve now.
C.LEDICH, Detroit
D. & C. Ticket Agency.

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avery stylish model
made byr
Hart Schaffner & Marx

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SU CDE N DRUG CO.
URE DRUGS
THE BEST IN TOILET ARTICLES AND PERFUMES
Conklin' s Fountain Pens
PHONE 1244J 302 S, STATE Street. ORDERS DELIVERED

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We receive 180 New Idea patterns
latest styles every montli.
H. S. PINNEY & CO.
614 E. LIBERTY ST.

At twenty-five dollars

you can buy a very
fine suit in this model.

The store where a dollar does its duty.1

Lutz

Clothing

The University Graduate
who expects to become a business man, is able to get in touch
with the man at the head of whatever business he desires to go in-
to much more quickly if he is able to act as private secretary to
such a man.
We Fit Young Men
for Secretarial positions. In such a position you can obtain a
good salary and at the same time learn the business quickly and
be right in line for promotion.
Our summer term begins
Monday, June 30th

STORE YOUR THINGS
IN
Gdrey's
Storage Warehouse"'

Store

Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx
Clothes In Ann Arbor

LOW RATES.

CLEAN AND SAFE

ppyrgbt Hart Schiaffner &r

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SOUTH MAIN

STREET

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SCHOOL of SHORTHAND
711 N. University Avenue

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Phone 82 L

410 N. Fourth Ave.

COMING SOON

carnation Day, at W
Try One of Our
Fountain Specialties

TH E
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Every LadyGets One

N. E. KONOLD
Corner of State and Packard Streets

IN

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ou can not find

a better

M BOOK,
in town than the one at
HOPPE'S

CAMERAS FOR SALE. CAMERAS TO RENT 10c per day.
Films Developed 10c per Roll, Prints, 3c, 4c, and 5c
each1 Postal Views; Barton Dam, Campus Views and
Fraternities, 5c Each,
F. Hoppe & Co.
Photographers 619 E. Liberty

9,5'c

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