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June 03, 1913 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Now is the Season for

lhite Serge and Flannel

TROUSERS

We have all the patterns shown by most woolen houses.
It will B to your advantage to see them. They are priced
right, and when Malcolm makes you a trouser, the fit and
style is assured. We are showing a fine Summer Blue
Serge at twenty-three dollars--for the hot days. Drop in
and see the line.

ENGINEERING PROFESSOR
TO SAIL FOR GERMANY
Prof. Joseph A. Bursley, of the me-
chanical engineering department, will
sail for Germany on June 10 to attend
a joint meeting of the American and
German societies of Mechanical Engi-
neering. At the meeting of the board
of regents last Thursday, Prof. Burs-
ley was granted a year's leave of ab-
sence from the University.
The American party will sail on a
special boat to Europe, and upon arriv-
al in Hamburg will tour, together with
the German delegation, through the
principal cities of Germany. The'in-
spection tour will extend from June
19 to July 8.
Prof. Bursley will then proceed to
England for one month's stay. Re-
turning to this country early. in the
fall, he will be located in Philadelphia
and Providence in the employ of the
Taylor System of Scientific Manage-
ment.
Prof. Evans Holbrook, of the law
department, will assume Prof. Burs-
ley's duties as financial secretary of
the Michigan Union.

JUNIOR IS AWARDED FIRST
PRIZE IN FRENCH CONTEST
John Powell, '14, was awarded first
prize in the French composition con-
test and Frank J. Dupras was given
second place. The prizes are two sil-
ver medals, first place being larger
than second, which were given by the
Detroit Committee of the Alliance
Francaise.
Whether this contest willkbecon-
tinued in the future is not known at
the present time but it is hoped by the
heads of the French department that
either it or something similar will be
offered to those who wish to try"for
honors in French composition. There
were only three compositions submit-
ted this year but the quality of the
compositions is of the best, and it is
thought that a continuation of the con-
test will do much to raise the standard
of composition in the French depart-
ment.
Menorah Society Elects for Next Year.
The Menorah society elected the fol-
lowing officers for next year,at a meet-
ing Sunday night: Pres. C. C. Goldman,

MWI,
Tailor S a

OVER STOCKED

We don't

want to

Carry Over

any

Stock when Tariff

affects Woolens.

Big Reduction n verything

J. Karl Malcolm,

M'iiwr

STATE
'GREET

604 East Liberty St.

Malcolm Block

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GODFREY'S

IANOER

v J '14L;Vice-Pres. J. Levin, '15; Secre-
SOUTH POLE DISCOVERER TO tary S. Shappirio, '15E; Treasurer J.
GIVE STEREOPTICAN LECTURE H. Berkowitz, '16E.
Captain Roald Amundsen, the fam-
ous antarctic explorer, will lecture in POLICE ARREST PROFESSOR

For a Drink That's Right
T T AiN AT,
THE REXALL TE
Our Fountain is working overtime--come in
and try us out
THE BROWN DRUC STORE
THE REXALL STORE
E. C. Edsill, Successor 122 South Main Street

ARE THE BEST

Phone 82-1

410 N Fourth Avenue

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Call at

Muehlig & Schmidt's

University hall next Friday evening.
His theme "How I discovered the
South Pole, will be illustrated with
motion pictures and stereoptican views
taken during his recent expedition.
Admission will be 50 cents, with re-
served seats selling for 50 cents, 75
cents and $1.00. Tickets are now on
sale at Wahr's bookstore.
Senior Women to Breakfast at Union.
Senior women will breakfast at the
Union from 8:30 o'clock until noon,
June 20. Tickets selling at 60 cents
can be procuredfrom Irene Murphy,
Edna Alfred, Ruth Davis and Mary
Jackman. '4 --_
TRACK SEASON CLOSES WITH
AWARD OF M'S.
(Continued from page 1.)
talk of Craig being included in this
last list, by special action of the board,
but nothing definite has been express-
ed by any of the members. Some of
the fortunate athletes would come in
for mention in the awardals under two
heads. Jansen and Haff, by running
on the relay team, and placing at the
intercollegiates can lay claim to the
"M" on two scores. Sargent is also
included in two by merit of landing
first in the high jump in the clash with
the Ithacans, and placing fourth at the
intercollegiates.
The board is expected to meet some
time the last of the week, when the
routine work-of the awards will be ac-
complished, and the successful track
and field athletes made happy.

AND TEN STUDENTS IN MAY.
According to a report read to the city
council last night by Chief Kinney, 37
arrests were made by the police dur-
ing the month of May. These included
ten students and one professor. The
offenses were playing ball on the side-
walks, auto and motorcycle speeding,
and allowing bull dogs to run at large
unmuzzled. Fines and costs assessed
by Justice Doty for these offenses
amounted to an aggregated sum of
$59.53.
Tango Night at Granger's Thursday.
Another of the popular "Tango Night"
parties will be held at Granger's
Thursday night. A soloist has been
secured and other features will be of-
fered. Tickets at 75 cents may be se-
cured at the door. This will be the
last of the pre-exam parties, ending ,a
series that has been most successful.

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Are You Coing to Teach?
Better enroll in the
AnnAro
NO ENROLLMENT FEE
Office: 711 North University Avenue
We can find you a better position.

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Hardware

UNIVERSITY NOTICES.

BUSINESS D I R ECTOI Yi

to purchase your

Heavy Packing Boxes
Rope and Box
Binding
205 South Main Street*

Meeting of Hawkeye club Wednes-
day, 7:00 o'clock, at the Union.
Meeting of the board of directors of
the Cosmopolitan club Thursday even-
ing at 7:00 o'clock in McMillan hall.
Illini club meets in room 101 Tappan
hall this afternoon to elect officers for
next year.
Business meeting of the Comedy
club in the Cercle Francais rooms at
4:00 o'clock this afternoon.
.Senior engineer sing tonight on sen-
ior benches at 7:00 o'clock.

BOARDING HOUSES
RESTAURANT
331' South Man St.
Regular Dinner' 25c
Lunches. Home-made Pies.
Chicken Dinner every Sunday.
CAMPUS CAFE
Why not board at a real Boarding
House?
Meals like those at home.
Come to 911 N. University and be
convinced.

REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
GAUNTLETT AND SELLMAN
Roal Estate, Fire, Health and
Casualty ITsurance

110 E. Huron St.

Phone 180-L.

*A Fellow can be Proud of the
HEAND1,IRSON
1 -. 1

WARREN AGENCY
266 National Bank Bldg. Phone 3034.
Special Bargains in desirable places
for sale or rent.
Life, Accident and' Fire Insurance. We
solicit correspondence or calls.
$Sooo will buy one of the beautiful homes
of Ann Arbor. ',pacious grounds with
fine shade trees and shrubbery, new garage.
Fine construction, polished oak floors
throughout. Livin: room 15x27; diuiing
room 15x18. Suitable for private family
or can be adapted to needs of a sorority
or fraternity. A beautiful location.
L. D. CARR, Agent, 17 Sav. Bank Blk.

MAJESTIC
TiS AFTERNOON
TONIGHT :..:; ::
1DURBAR at DELHI, INDIA"
Visit of King George of Eng.
land to India. Greatest Pagent
of this age
KINEMACOLOR
COLORED M DTION PICTURES
ALL SEATS :: :: 100
Coming Thursday
"Truth About
WInihite Slavery"
In Moving' Pictures

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FOR RENT.

FOR RENT.

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In favorL
15 4or gy
wSBI COON 0c- CO. MA/E&/ZS T/ROY.A.Y
For Sale in Ann Arbor by
Wagner & Co.

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PHONE 1244J.:: ::

E DS.GS DSTATE Stret
PU k~AI~ D ~Orders Delivered

SUCDEN DRUG COMPANY

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1913 Henderson-8 H. P., 4 Cylinders, Chain Drive, Big Tires-$325
The man who rides aSHenderson has a machine to be proud of.
It is silent. It is powerful. It is long and low and easy riding.
It starts with a crank instead of by peddling; and the feet are rested
in comfort on foot boards.
The college man's discrimination will tell him that the Henderson
is by far the most desirable motorcycle by reason of the advantages of
its four-cylinder construction.
And we predict that, among college men, the Henderson will win
the great popularity it has attained among the wisest buyers of motorcycles.
Henderson Motoroyle Co.
11 58 Cass Avenue Detroit, Mich
Stofflet and Elliott
1 10 East Washington St. Distributors for Washtenaw County

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7:M Hilliai
Mmcaryin Dime
Walton f1Mas~
Manager

34 ST. EAST pr PARK AVE., N.Y
~$bway 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, 600O sunlit rooms.

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TARIFF:

Single rooms - --
Double rooms
Double bedrooms, boudoir
dressing-room and bath
Suites-Parloir, bedroom and bat
Each room with bath

- per day "'-$3, $4, $5, $6
- e 's $8,$iO,$12
:th a $iO, $12,$1S
Special rates 9 or Simmer

CHOICE STRAW

HATS.u
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Showin of New Straw Hats comprises all the good sorts in every shape that's correct.
tter to make your selection now than later.

The Straw Hat Season Will now be in full swing and Youll fare rnuc

FRED W. GROSS, 123 E. Liberty

STRAWS $2 and $3, {'

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