THE MICHfIGAN DAILY.
)omfort aswell a tylI
Gilmore Shoe Co,
119 S. Main.
We carry AA to E in Men's and
is our leader.
AIDS IN THIS COLUTN N ARE TOBE
PAID FOR IN AD1VANCE.
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
For Sale-Steinway grand piano and
other household furniture cheap.
921 E. Huron. 989-J. 177-180
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-Twelve room house, plumb-
ing and steam heating plant newm,
Full lot. Good barn. 520 Thomp-
For Sale-Trade advertising on Wag-
ner and Co., $7.50 on any suit for
$5.00. Call at Alumni Association,
Memorial hall. 180
Wanted-Experienced male typewriter
operator for next year.. Stenogra-
pher preferred. 0. D. Morrill, -322
South State St. 179-80
H4 E AT RE
Down town on Main
Wed, June 11th
H e erN ew
S prng. Suit
Mere in -iany oc f the fifty beautiful fabrics
and colors that sh~owE the joy of Spring time.
HMere in sty-le-sthat i t. et the pace for the
next twelve i1onthLs..
Here in the uniapp-roachable crafirnanship that
gous wt Society Brand.
-True,Ladeess blues, restful greys, becoming
browns anad endless varliions of these three.
Soft frontAsad lapels, snug shoulders, body-
tracing lines, new fa',-brics--clothes that arouse a
wave of approval rat first sight.
Come and see
HEAD3QUARTERS FOR GOOD DRESSERS
Doan. oFaw ef
F'ur-nisi the Ice creo tax
Attefitfloi to roteriiitles
ON MIN $T REET
'ypewri~er Re%,*1ring h ne 31~
I will meet or !teat any price Mad" on a typewriter, sale or rental.
D. F. WOOD WARD
an iArbor Savings Sank Bldg, SecaNd Floor Ann Arbor, Mich.
I Don't miss this one.
SO1VI 1ThFAIL TOEI'II.SE
No action toward the honor system
wa taken by the soph lits at their
meeting yesterday' afternoon, due to
the small attendance.- The system was
explainied by a member. of the commit.-
tce a'n,! the matter was left. to be
brought up next year. for further ac-
tion. It was also decided that the
election of football manager, which,
should have been held this spring, bej
T he New Sprinig Models are. now being shown at
Hlayley' s AM ilnry, 206 E., Libcrty
fair Goods Seiat Phone 1 390-J
Wanted-Set of drawing instruments.
Clerk, Eng. Shops. 179-80
For Rent-During summer large fur-
nished house, rent reasonable. Phone
does it require to complete a course in .Shorthand and Tpye.
writing at the
We have the "Comfort" Hat---cushion fitting,
That depends on how well you are able to apply yourself
to the work.
Also fine Panamas.
VARSITY TOGG ERYRSHOP
B. V. D.'s" Galore
1107 S. U. Ave.
x B si r put off till the first meeting next fall.
For Rent-House, either furnished or School of usc Cinieneien
not furnished. From June 25th on. The eigthteenith annual commennce-
1131 East Huron. Phone 1434-J. maent exercises of the uiversity s 7 cho
179-80 of musi:c will be held in the hg
school auditorium Thursday, June 19,
For .Rent-During Summer, my house,; at 2:30 o'clock. At this time diplomas
1208 Hill St., furnished. In sprink- arid certificates will be given to about
led district. Rent reasonable. L. D. 35 graduates.
Wines, Phone 122 9-J. 1H0 _ __________
LOST Mid-Exam "Tango Night," G ranger's,
L T- r 4 4'ItJ i .2 1 2, L 7.,I U t -, _ 190.
Mr,.-, 7 !r an J. Boes6l
200 South state Street
Giver Clean, Wholesome board at
$4.00 per week. Safe Drinking
Lost-In Hamilton Park near Key-
stone club, surveying field note book.
C. M. Williams, 436-L. 180
Lost--Belt Pin, grape design, set with
amethysts, somewhere on Forest Av-
enue, So. U., or the campus. Call
1241-J or leave at Daily office. 180
Private instruction in English, Ger-
man and Latin by university graduate.
006 Ann St. 707-J. 177-180
iEY'' 2 t "4N It I I'VATINS
Order atone't Wahr's Bookstore
Paiy ,vitn ordering, 35 cents a piece,
delivery June 13tf.h.
fouind it necessttry to lhave cc lege -at the end of last semester
and go to wo ,I .rk.le ;soon discovoered that as a private secre-
tary he could doc, t.trernely Nwell and he at once enrolled for
our course aid appllied himsclf diligently to the work.
he had completed the course and left to take a good position-
No student can afford to mis the opportunities which a good
working knowliedge of shorthand would give him when it
may be so easiy yac quired. Better call at our office and
arrange to take the course in Shorthand and Typewriting.
We can make you the righit sort of .terms on payment of
71 1 North University Avenue.
C. "C. Firezrme zn, Proprletor
0 D F R E YI"S
is 'a mighty nice city, and Rayl's is the nicest
place at which to buy
V0 ine Vans
Kodaks,Cutlery, Fishing Tackle
and General Sporting
ig Man Your Spring. Suit is Here
The Style that appeals to all young men of taste
and dress. Our lice cf 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 $39 and up. Samples fur-
nished by request.
If . __I~ m'w A.. ~790 Woodward, Ave.,
M r h ~au... - r0 . Willis Ave., Detroit
to purchlase your
May We Serve "YOU?---Rayls has been doing it for 38
years and ought to know how:. Films Developed, 10c a,
roll (any size.)
Michigan Students are Entitled to 10 per cent
Discount. Bring Ad. with you.
d GlJee Club Reshis.
,mq), '12-'14L, has resign-
of the glee club because
of studies, and Bruce D).
has been appointed in
Gri 'fins Spenld Day at Whitmiore Lake.
G riffins, interdepartmental society,
speart yesterday afternoon and evening
at Whitmore Lake. Baseball, yacht-
ing, swimming, and other sports filled
Cor. Woodward and Congress
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TAN', BRCSWN'S, GRAY'S AND NRFL:SIncluded iii his Le-o ifPSUM EIL.SITS
ke, Hig Stove =0
~e BiL StoreLIN0-202 So. aira
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