'TRE XICNIGAN DAILY.
ADS IN THIS COLUMN ARE TO
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.
fort as well as Style
Las-On State street between Dill and
CAMPUS IN BRIEF.
Prof. Patterson, of the engineering
department, returned yesterday fro-
Pottsville, Pa.., where he was calk
by the serious illness of his son, who
is attending the Hill school. An oper-
ation for appendicitis was successful,
and his son is now rapidly improving.
-Miss Grace Tull, sister of the late
Alan W. Tull, '13L, has sent grateful
recognition for the letter and floral
tribute sent by the class to the bereav-
Here's Your New
Gilmore Shoe Co.
the river grip-joint of fishing
Finder please phone 1483.
119 S. Main.
We carry AA to E in Men's and
i , Pingree Made
Is our leader.
Pa.Jace of Sweets
F'urnish the Ice Creams
Attention to mF ternitles
ON MAIN STREET
will meet or beat any price made on a typewriter, sale or rental.
D. F. WOODWARD
Bank Bldg Second Floor
Ann Arbor, Mich.I
Wanted-To buy second hand wall
tent. Phone Baer 1629-L. 176
For Sale-My home at 514 Thomp-
son St. Twelve rooms, hot water
heat, hardwood finish, garage. Suit-
able for club or fraternity. C. K. Mc-
For Sale-Due bills on Malcolm the
tailor (must be presented at time of
ordering suit) The Kodakery, Moran
School of Shorthand. Call Walt
Staebler. Phone 332. 176-78
Every Wednesday night at Granger's
will be known as Tango Assembly. The
usual Saturday night assemblies will
continue also until the end of the
school year. 176-177
Big pre-exam Tango party at Gran-
ger's Thursday night. Ike Fischer and
orchestra with soloists will feature
special numbers. Admission 75 cents.
Alpha Nu Elect Officers for Next Year.
At the meeting of, the Alpha Nu lit-
erary sicety last night the following
officers were elected to serve the first
semester next year: president, L. H.
Dunten, '14; vice-president, H. L.
Wheaton, '14; Sybil editor, Walter E.
Rankin, '16; secretary, E. W. Hoog-
steen,.'14; treasurer, W. M. Brucker,
'16; and marshall, J. L. Primrose, '13.
MICHIGAN DAILY TO HOLD
ANNUAL BANQUET TONIGHT.
Annual banquet of The Michigan
Daily will be held at the Michigan Un-
ion tonight at 6:00 o'clock. This will
be the occasion of the the presentation
of fobs to the members of the staff ac-.
cording to the years of service. Hon.
Milton McRae, a prominent journalist
of Detroit, will be the guest of honor.
Prof. F. N. Scott will act as toastmas-
ter. Short talks will be given by Dean I
Effinger, Prof. Gordon Stoner of the1
law department, and Frank Pennell, I
Joseph Fouchard, and Maurice Toul-k i
me of the Daily staff.
Here in any one of the fifty beautiful fabrics
and colors that show the joy of Spring time.
Here in styles that will set the pace for the
next twelve months.
Mere in the unapproachable craftmanship that
goes with Society Brand.
True, fadeless blues,>restful greys, becoming
browns and endless variations of these three.
Soft fronts and lapels, snug shoulders, body-
tracing lines, new fabrics--clothes that arouse a
wave of approval at first sight.
Come and see.
-Frederick Pietz, '15H, of Saginaw,
who was operated on at the ho eo-
pathic hospital Saturday for appendi-
citis, is still in a serious condition.
-Commerce club will meet for the
last time this semester, tonight at 7:15
o'clock in the Economics building. Offi-
cers will be elected for next year at
A. Streiss, a member of the Swiss
society of engineers, will give an illus-
trated lecture on "Reclamation and
Harbor Work in the Netherlands" to-
night at 8:00 o'clock, in room 348 of
the engineeirng building. The lecture
will be under the auspices of the En-
--Sophomoretgirl's section of the
Deutscher Verein will elect officers for
the ensuing year at the last meeting to
be held in the club rooms tonight at
7:30 o'clock. Sophomores and fresh-
men will be allowed to ballot at the
-A picture of the Cosmopolitan club
will be taken today at noon in front of
University hall. A pamphlet will be
compiled by the club, containing the
picture of the club and the history of
each chapter and this will be sent to
the eighth international congress of
foreign students at Cornell next Au-
ST RAW H ATS
re have the "Comfort" Hat---cushion fitting,
HEADQUARTERS FOR GOOD DRESSERS
The New Spring lModeis are now being shown at
Ha ley's Millinery, 206 E. Liberty
Hair Goods a Specialty Phone 1380-J
Young Man Your Spring Suit is I
The Style that appeals to all young men of taste
and dress. Our line of imported woolens are of
the finest in the market today. We can prove
this to you if you will call on us for inspection.
Suits and overcoats $30 and up. Samples fur-
nished by request,
P. Kirs+hbaum & SonCl
Also fine Panamas.
VARSITY TOCCERY SHOP
1107 S. U. Ave.
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unique in FIavor. Unique in Quality. Suitable for All Occasions.
AY 106 AT ALL GROCERS
Holland, Mich. ANN ARBOR HOME BAKERY, Distrihutors.
209 South State street
Humorists Banquet Tomorrow Night.
Gargoyle staff will hold its annual
banquet at the Michigan Union tomor-
row night at 8:00 o'clock. It is expect-
ed that an announcement will be made
at the dinner concerning the giving
of fobs to the members of the staff.
All members of the faculty who are
on the Gargoyle staff will be guests
of the, regular staff. After the din-
ner several short talks will be given
by both the faculty and the regular
members of the staff.
Milton McRae to Speak to Journalists.
Milton McRae, retired, of Detroit,
former president of the United Press
Association, will give a public lecture
before Prof. Scott's classes in journal-
ism this afternoon at 4:00 o'clock in
room 207 west hall.
Don't Wait-Now is the Time to Place
your Order for those Engraved Cards
which you Will need 1. a few weeks'
Styles and Quality of Workmanship
Giver Clean, Wholesome
$4.00 per week. Safe
C. C. Freemaia, Proprietor1
The layer-Schairer Co.
112 South Main Street.
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Thle t 4 DYo at y SDt ]ch elicvda
1O % he'hek O OoCC,Dy O
is a mighty nice city, and IRayl's is the nicest
place at which to buy
and General Sporting
W E ARE still giving away
those $6 and $7 trousers
with all suit orders, let us tailor
your "going home" suit and get
a pair of trousers FREE. Style,
fit and workmanship guaranteed.
May We Serve You?-Rayls has been doing it
years and ought to know how. Films Developed,
roll (any size.)
All suits made for you at
$17.50 to $25.00.
THE QIJALITY TAILORS,
Michigan Students are Entitled to 10 per cent
Discount. Bring Ad. with you.
209 E. Liberty St.
Home Tel Bldg.
E. C. FLANDERS, Manager, former Mgr. Woolen Mills
"OUR MOTTO QUALITY"
No Connection with any other store in Ann Arbor.
Cor. Woodward and Congress
THIS IS CLOTHES BUYING TIME FOL MEN
ne Suits of unusual Style, Grace and Character. Positively the greatest values in Ann Arbor, when style, fabric and workmanship is duly
red. Styleplus $17.00 Suits, Adler Rochester Clothes from $20.60 to $30.00.
Ireds of the Best Straw Hats. First showing Saturday. Panamas, $5.00; Milans, $3.00; Split Straws, $1.50 to $4.00. Soft Straws, $1.0 to $3.00.
Agents for the Knox Straw Hats, Prices from $3.00 to $5.00,
Reule, Conlin, Fiegel Co.