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June 06, 1913 - Image 4

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THE MCHIGAN DAILY

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Now is the Season for

White Serge and Flannel

TROUSERS

VNIVERSITY NOTICES.
Mid-Exam Tango Party, C°ranger's,
Jute 1 ,.
Baptist Guild lawn social tonight.
Alumni baseball game Saturday,2:30
o'clock.
Soph lit class meecting today, 4:15
o'clock.
All senior sing, Memorial hall, 7:00
o'clock.
Quadrangle meeting, Jue 11, Union.
Varsity baseball practice today, 3:00
o'clock.
1914 opera music dlue at Union, 5:00
o'clock today.
Senior lawy invitations, law building,
2:00 to 4:00 o'clock.
Attendance committee meets Satur-
day, 9:00 to 10:30 o'clock.
Biology lab note books can be se-

cured today, 8:00 to 8:30 and 12:30 to
100 o'clock
wilmeet tonight aT7:3
fcr th lecto officersand then
adjourn to the lecture by Prof. Aiund-
sen.
The moving pictures taken of Ann
Arbor and vicinity will make their in-
itial appearance at the Majestic thea-
ter Monday and Tuesday, June 9 and
10, matinee and night. Campus scen-
es will be much in evidence and it
may be possible that you will see
yourself in regulation "movies." Owing
to the interest in the pictures, there
will be two afternoon performances
each day, starting at 2:00 o'clock.

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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.

OV'ER STOCKED
We don't want. to Carry Over,- any

Stock when Tariff

affects Woolens.

ig , edution in Everything

J. Karl Malcolm,

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604 East

Liberty St.

Malcolm Block

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PHONE 1244J. :: 302 S. STATE Scree#.
~ Orders Delivered

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%VANDRBHT HOTEL
34; ST. EAST A PARK AVE., N.Y.
Subway 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, 600 sunlit rooms.
TARIFFs
Single rooms p - - er day-$3, $4, $S, $6
I~ Double rooms -I$5$6 $7, $8
7:MHihliard Double bedrooms, boudoir
Aai9Drcr dressing-room and bath - ~ U $,$0 $12
Suites-Parloir, bedroom and bath $10, $12, $1
Manager Each room with bath Special rates for Summer
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THE LYMAN H. HOWE TRAVEL FESTIVAL.

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Special Menus for Warm Weather

4 Forest Avenue.

Phone 1238-J

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and begin to look for a place to start, in some
business or law offiice, you wiil at once discover
that a' good working knowledge of Stenography
will pl ice the very best positions within your
reach.
You have had thorough training in the
Theor ofThn
during your college course. But when you
begin work, the absolutely necessary thing is to
get just as thorough training in
of the business or profession which you wish to
enter. That ustally requires soni years at a
very lo, salary-unless you are able to take a
position as a
with some one who is at the head of things in the
line which you desire to take up. In such a
position, and there are plenty of such positions
for college trained men and women, you can
earn a

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Rubber Sole Oxfords with heels and leather toe pieces.
Every Pair Guaranteed. $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00.
Campus Bootery, Huston's

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STARTS SATURDAY, JUNE 7 5
AND CLOSES SAT., JUNE 14.

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and at the same time be in
position to secure the needed

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training

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100 SUITS

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in the most thorough-going way and in the
shortest possible tixe,-and be earninig a good
salary all the time. We have seen this tried
hundreds of times and it never fails.
If you should investigate the matter as we
have done, you would be surprised at the number
of University graduates who find it necessary,
after leaving school, to learn shorthand before
they can secure just the sort of position they
especially desire.
Think this over, and then call at the

300 SUITS - One-fourth off
00 Raincoats, One-third off
50 Spring Overcoats,
One-half off

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tz Clothifg Store
17 SOUTH MAIN. STREET

7 1 N. University Avenue
and enroll for the course. Enrollments now
being received for the Summer Term.

From here Captain Amundsen made his final dash to the
South Pole. It was a thrilling moment in the viorld's history
when the infrepid explorer with his brave companions turned
their backs on the last depot of resources not knowing whether
they were ever to see it or civilization again. The heartaches,
fears, hope and expectations of that sublime moment and dash
are told in a wonderfully realistic way by Captain Amundsen in
his lecf ure,."The World's Last Unknown Place."
U RN IV E RSTY HALLW JU NE 6thS P. M.
keserve Seat sale, Wahr's State St. Store

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'ou can not find a better
M BOOK
in town than the one at
HOPPE'S
9 5c E AC H

CAMERAS FOR SALE. CAMERAS TO RENT 1Dc per day,
Films !ev Ioped lac per Roll, Prints, 3c, 4c, and 5c
each Postal Views; Barton Dam, Campus Views and
Fraternities, 5c Each,

Photographers 619

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