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THE XICHIGAN DAILY.

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ADS IN THIS COLUMN ARE TO'BE
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES.

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FOR SALE.

Gilmore Shoe o.G

119 S. Main.

Y.

We carry AA to E in Men's and
Women's.

Pingree Made
is our leader.

Pa lace of Sweets
Down Town
LET
TRUBEY
Fsrrnish the Ice Cremeax%
Attenftion, to Frte.rnities
-n 'd Sororities
ON MAIN STREET

For Sale-Dr. D. Williams, of St. Jos-
eph, who has discontinued his prac-
tice will sell cabinet, vulcanizer,
forceps and other dental instru-
ments which he will display in Ann
Arbor about June 5 or following
week. 177-180
For Sale-Steinway grand piano and
other household furniture cheap.
921 E. Huron. 989-J. 177-180
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
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-
Gee. 175-180
For Sale-Highest grade mahogany
upright piano, excellent condition.
Inquire 1430 Hill St., or Phone 544-L.
For Sale-Handsomely marked bull
terrier, affectionate disposition, not
pugnacious, ideal pet for house with
children, or fraternity. 411 Hamil-
ton Place or call 938-L. 178-9
WANTED
Wanted-Five cents per copy will be
paid at Daily office for back copies
of issues 117, 118, 122, 126, 127, 140,
141, 160, and 163. 178
Wanted-Students to work during
summer vacation, salary guaranteed.
Call Doiris, at Allenel Hotel, 4:00
to 9:00 p. m. 178-79

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Catholic Students are invited to at,
tend the smoker at St. Thomas hall
tonight at 8:00 o'clock.
Publicrecital of "As You Like It"
by Prof. Trueblood's Shakespearean
clas at 8:00 o'clock in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall will be free.
Soph lit class meeting, Friday, 4:15,
Tappan Hall.
Junior lit class meeting, 4:00 o'clock
this afternoon, west physics lecture
room. Consideration of honor system
and general business.
Dixie club will hold its last meeting
at the Union Sunday night at 6:00
o'clock.
MUSIC AND DRAIA.
Ben Greet Players.
Friday and Saturday, June 20 and
21 have been selected by the Ben
Greet Woodland players for their an-
nual performance in Ann Arbor. It
hardly seems necessary to more than
mention Mr. Greet's name to assure
his audiences of well presented plays.
In the usual open-air theatre on the
campus the following plays will be
given: Friday afternoon, "Merchant of
Venice;" Friday evening, "She Stoops
to Conquer;" Saturday afternoon, "As
You Like It;" Saturday evening, "Mid-
summer Night's Dream."
Drama League Plays.
An announcement has been, issued
by the Ann Arbor Center of the Drama
League to the effect that the Prosceni-
um club will present J. M. Synge's
Irish play, "The Well of the Saints" on
Friday, , June 6, at 4:00 o'clock, on
Mrs. W. C. Lombard's lawn, 805. Ox-
ford Road. ,John Townley will direct
the play.
On Friday, June 13, at the Whitney
theatre, the Drama League will present
three one-act plays: "The Eve of St.
Agnes," Mrs. Fiske's own play; "Mop
o' my Thumb," used by Maude Adams
several years ago; and Checkof." The
curtain will rise at 8:15.
These performances are for mem-
bers of the Drama League only.
-Owing to a mistake, yesterday's
Michigan Daily failed to announce that'
Edward Moseman, '14,will edit the mu-
sic and drama columns for next year.
Harold Abbott, '13, has also been ap-
pointed chief cartoonist.
"Tango Night," Granger's tonight.
Special features. 75 cents.

Here's Your New

Here in any one of the fifty beautiful fabrics
and colors that show the joy of Spring time.
Here in styles that will ret the pace for the
next twelve months.
Here in the unapproachable craftrnanhip 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.

Spring Suit

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* HEADQUARTERS FOR GOOD DRESSERS
The New Spring Models are now being shown at
Iayley's Millinery. 206 E. Libcrty
Hair Goods a Specialty Phone 1390-J
Youngv Man Your Spring- Suit is. Here
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.
. 7 So 190 Woodward Ave.,
P IIKIrsFhb Iumi lor. Willis Ave., Detroit

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ewrier Rep iring Phone 1361-L
6 meet or beat any price made on a typewriter, sale or rental.

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D. P. WOODWARD
Bank Bldg.Second Floor

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Ann Arbor, Mich.

S WT RA H AT
We have the "Comfort" Hat---cushion fitting,

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ve Ventilation."

Also fine Panamas.

VARSITY TOCCERY SHOP

LOST

" Galore

1107 S. U. Ave.,

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29C h StateStree
209 Soutlx State 'Street

Lost-Waterman fountain pen on Col-
lege St., or on Campus near medical
building. Call 1153-L. 178
FOR RENT
For Rent-During summer large fur-
nished house, rent reasonable. Phone
637. 178-79-80
Listen: The choicest of commence-
ment and wedding gifts and best pric-
es, at "The Palais Royal," 304 S. Main
St. Our new location. Please call.
177-180

EN' G AVI-N G
Don't Wait-Now is the Time to Place
your Order for those Engraved Cards
which you Will need In a few weeks

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iver Clean, Wholesome
4.00 per week. Safe,
Vater.

Board at
Drinking

Styles and Quality of Workmanship
Unsurpassed

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25c

Dinners 35c

C. CFreeme%.n. Proprietor

Select "Tango Night"
night. 75 cents.

Granger's to-

['UDENTS-- ATTENTION
re prepared to check your baggage from house to
n. Secure your rail road tickets early and avoid the
mnce of waiting at depots.
al attention given to billing of freight shipments.
and carriages on call day or night.
PHONE 15.
EMUS TRANSFER LINE, W.'-" ARC,
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A0
Pre-Erminence (
on track or campus depends on the up-to-the-
minute fitness of proper training. M ke
cf the system. It will help over training trials and do you good
s. A healthful, delicious beverage-full of life and vigor.
Delicious - Refreshing
Thirst- Quenching4
Demand the Gcnuine-Refusc Substitutes
THE COCA-COLA CO.
ATLANTA, GA.

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is a mighty nice city, and Rayl's is the nicest
place at which to buy

The ayer-Schairer Co.
STATIONERS-PRINTERS-BINDERS
112 South Main Street.

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Can at

ATHLETICS

Muehlig & Schmid's

Kodaks,Cutlery, Fishing Tackle
and General Sporting
Goods

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Hardware

May We Serve You?-Rayls has been doing it
years and ought to know how. Films Developed,
roll (any size.)

for 38
He a

to purchase your

Michigan Students are Entitled to 10 per cent
Discount. Bring Ad. with you.

Heavy Packing Boxes
Rope and Box,
Binding
205.. South M ain Street

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Cor. Woodward and 'Congress

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HURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY we will sell one broken lot of
r5 SUITS valued from $18.0 to $22.00, at $13.50
TAN'S, BROWN'S, GRAY'S AND NORFOLKS Incalded in This Lot of SUMMER SUITS

ULE, CONLIN & Fl

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200-202 So.

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