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THE MICHIGAN DAILT

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STUDENTS-- ATTENTION
We are prepared to check your baggage from house to
destination. Secure your rail road tickets early and avoid the
sinconvenience of waiting at depots.
Special attention given to billing of freight shipments.
Taxis' and carriages on call day or night.
PHONE 15.
POLHEMUS TRANSFER LINE,""W. Mg.'

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OVER STOCKED

We don't want

to Carry Over any

T E ELECT
This s eet son's popular slape-
SWe .avo thorn iin Tata or Bla.ck, c'ut
Oxford or High-
With rubber sole ntvd heel If yo"
wish.
$5.00 amd $6.00

CAMPUS IN BRIEF.

a-ner
State Street
Signi of the B White sho o

-All receipted coupons for the pay-
ment of the diploma and teachers di-
ploma fees must be handed in at once
by all seniors at the office of the see-
retary or registrar of the different
departments if a degree is expected at
the coming commencment.
-Editors and business manager's
for the Michiganensian and Gargoyle
will be named at the next meeting of
the board in control of student publi-
cations, Saturday morning. These
men are cosen from a list recommend-
ed by the out-going officers.
-The annual Michiganensian din-
ner will be held at the Union next Fri-
day evening at 6:30 o'clock. The
principal speakers will be Dean John
Effinger and Prof F. H. Scott.
Prof. Trueblood'sHShakespearean
class will give a free public recital

improved. Pietz's condition for some
time was considered very serious, but
yesterday's report stated that he was
now doing very nicely.
-Tvo hundred fresh engineer class
buttons arrived from Detroit this
morning and will be distributed at
the assembly meeting. The remain-
ing 175 are expected by Friday, when
they may be obtained from the com-
mittee.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
Fresh lit class will meet in Tappan
hall tomorrow at 4:00 o'clock. The
honor system will be brought up for
consideration. Every member of the
class should be there.
Gargoyle business staff meeting to-
day, 5:00 p. m., dinner at 8:00 o'clock.
Adelphi literary society will meet
Friday night at 7:30 o'clock to elect

Stock when Tariff

affects

Big Reduction in Everything

M'1.iid

TATE
TREET

Woolens.

STORE Y(liJR THINGS-

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he 'fore t aL awn tea iRoorn
Special Menus for Warm Weather

Forest Avenue.

Phone 1238-J1

you want to start an appetite boom, let the children know you have a package of

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Can't be beat. In 1Oc packages at all grocers.
HOLLAND RUSK COMPANY, Holland Mich.
ANN ARBOR HOME BAKERY, Distributors
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Rubber Sole Oxfords with heels and leather toe pieces.
Every Pair Guaranteed. $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00.

of "As You Like It" in Sarah Caswell[officers for next year.
Angell hail, Thursday evening at 8:00 All those submitting opera rmusic
o'clock. for next year must turn intheir copies
-Mr. Abraham Streiss, of the W. C. at the Union by Friday at 5:00 o'clock.
Fargo Engineering Company, Jackson, hJunior irl's section Deutscher Ver-
Michigan gave an illustrated lecture emn will meet in club rooms at 7:00
in the engineering building last. night o'clock tonight.
on "Reclamation and Harbor Work in Glee and mandolin club men meet
the Netherlands." The slides were at U. hall at 6:30 tonight for annual
first hand photographs taken while serenade.
abroad.
-An all senior sing will be held to- Lyndon's Half off clean up sale
morrow evening at 7:00 o'clock in starts today. 177
front of Memorial hall. The glee and
mandolin clubs will render selections.
-Jos. W. Fitts, '14, who was sent
to the detention hospital Saturday L
with a slight attack of smallpox, is re-.
ported as jesting comfortably and his
condition as rapidly improving. His
complete recovery is hoped for by the
end of next week.
---More than 50 members of the Jun-
ior Research club assmbled at the Down town on1Main
Michigan Union last night for its elev-
enth annual banquet. Prof. 0. C.Stree
Glaser, Prof. A. H. White, and mem-
bers of the club responded to toasts.
-Twenty-six applications have
been received to date for announce-
ments in regard to the biological sta- W ed, June 4th
tion conducted as a part of the sum-
mer session. Last year there were'Lubin
only 17 enrolled at the camp and it
is expected that there will be 25 in
attendance this summer. Feature
-Envelopes for the mailing of thel
June records must be handed in by Film
Saturday at the registrar's office.. The;
July address should be given by ev-Tofhn n frU
rystudent. TOLL rf ear
-The condition of Frederick Pietz,
'15M, of Saginaw, who was taken to
the homeopathic hospital last Saturday I _____________th ______.
with a case of appendicitis, is much
Lyndon's Half off clean up saluIAdmirpion 10c
starts today. 177
IF.YOU READ THIS

LOW RATES. CLEAN AND SAFE

G'
StorageWaeos

Phone 82-L

410 N. Fourth Ave.

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SUCDEN COMPANY
PHONE 1244J. :: ;: P r V A 302 S. STATE Street.
PHON 124J. ~Orders Delivered

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Campus

Bootery,

Opposite
H uston's

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Copyright Hart Schaffner & Marx

A VERY smart two-
button model for
young men, soft roll
lapels, turnup trotsers;
a very stylish model
made by
Hart Sclhaffner & Mdarx
At twenty-five dollars
you can buy a very
fine suit in this model.

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you will know about our store

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you will never know what you can buy and how reason-
ably you can buy without going way downtown unless
you

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Clothing

Come and See

CAPT, ROALD AMUNDSN IN POLAR KIT

tore

Get our prices on LIGHT DRYGOODS,
C )LLARS, SILK GLOVES, ZION
HOSIERY, etc , etc. We can save yo

FANCY
LACES,
u money.

Dauntless courage, unfiinching perseverance and wonderful foresight
are the qualities that carried Captain IRoald Amundsen and his band
through the dangers of the mountains of ice to the South Polk-thus
adding another wreath to the laurels he had already won as the first
successful navigator of the Northwest Passage and the discoverer of the
North Magnetic Pole. In recognition of his achievements he has re=
ceived'decorations of the very high e-t order frcrn crowned heads, from
scientific societies and.from mansy Uriversities through( ut the world.
He tells the entire Story and Illustrates it with Moving Pictures in University
Hall, Friday, June 6th, 8:00 P. M. Seat Sale at Wahr's Book Store.

Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx
Clothes ir Ann Arbor

S P I NN E Y & CO $
614 East Liberty Street
"The Store Where a Dollar Does Its Duty."

'217 SOUTH MAIN STREET

RESERVED SEATS 50c, 75c and $1.00.

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in town than the one at
HOPPE'S C
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CAMERAS FOR SALE, CAMERAS TO RENT I Oc per day,
Films Developed Oc per Roll, Prints, 3c, 4c, and 5c
each, Postal Views; Barton Dan, Campus Views- and
Fraternities, 5c Each.
o . F. Hoppe& C.
Rhotographera 619 E. Liberty

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