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THE 'MICHIGAN 1 AILY

Spring Suits, Overcoats
lats and Furnishings

In all the latest and
up-to-date styles.

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We have a line of SHIRTS
and NECKWEAR that com-
prises all of the nobby ideas
Our prices are reasonable
for seasonable goods.

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Make your Kodak
Autographis
Come in and get one of the new backs that will
make your kodak up-to-date. There is no extra
charge for autographic films.
CALKIN'S PHARMACY
524 S. State Street

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WADHAMS & CO.

121-123 So.

flain St.

The Farmers & Mechanics Bank
101-103-105 South Main Street

Individual
Custom Tailoring

Capital, $100,000
Surplus and Profits .

$75,000

That is correct
in style and fit

TYPEWRITER'
BARGAIN S
We have a few Trial Machines
which we offer at greatly reduced
prices on the easiest of terms. Will
be glad to have you try them.
We rent typewriters, too.
ROYAL TYPEWRITER CO. INC.
A. H.COHIN, Resident- Salesman
Phone 2282 1314 So. University Avenue*

The new fabrics for this
season are here in large
assortments.
CALL EARLY
A. F. Marquardt
Campus Tailor
516 E. William Street

MYLES
Cloth Shop,
TAILORS
Our cloth patterns are all specials. The 'woolen
house we represent has amonopoly on them.
OVERPLAIDS
are among our specials. They are the real attraction this
year. An "overplaid" is two plaids crossing at right
angles, but much subdued so as to give a rich effect.
OUR STYLES ARE EXCLUSIVE

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Furniture,
DIRECT FROM FACTORY TO YOU
The people of Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County are cor-
dially invited to call at the Exhibition Rooms of the COME-
PACKT FURNITURE COMPANY and examine for themselves
the splendid values offered in choice furniture at prices represent-
ing, in many instances, A SAVING OF loo PER CENT, as
compared with prices usually charged.
The Come-Packt Mission and Craftsmen Designs are par-
ticularly suitable for fraternity and club houses. We also design
and make special furniture to order.
Builders of new homes will find it to their advantage to em-
ploy the facilities afforded by our factory for the production of
"built-in" furniture for libraries, dens, halls, dining-rooms and
kitchens.
Take Packard Street car to State Street and go one block south
and three blocks west to factory of
COME-PACKT FURNITURE COMPANY
Corner Edwin and Divisden Streets

COSMOPOLITAN CLUB ENTERTAINS
International Stunts to Characterize
Final Social Gathering
Nearly all of the foreign nations
represented in the membership of the
Cosmopolitan club will have a part in
the program for the final entertain-
ment of the year, to be given at 7:30
o'clock Friday evening in Harris hall.
The program which is in charge of
William Robertson, '16D, will consist
of a number of stunts, musical num-
bers and games, characteristic of the
various foreign countries. Hawaiian
music will be furnished on the piano
and eukelele; an exhibition of Japa-
nese sword play will be given together
with an ordinary fencing contest; Ar-
menian songs and music will be fur-
nished on special instruments; a read-
ing from R. W. Service, "the Alaskan
Kipling," will be given, Indian club
swinging will be demonstrated, and
mandolin, violin, and vocal solos will
complete the program. Refreshments
will be served. All Cosmopolitan club
members and their friends are invited.
FORESTERS TO HOLD FIELD DAY
DURING WEEK-END OF MAY 14
After much discussion and planning,
it has been decided to hold the annual
field day for foresters during the
week-end of May 14, The object of
the outing is to furnish a means of
instructing students in the curriculum
in forestry, in the rudiments of camp-
ing, cooking, tent packing, and how
to meet the obstacles which inevitably
arise during a week of encampment.
A barbecue will be one of the fea-
tures of the three days' stay at the
forestry farm, besides the usual out-
door sports such, as races, jumping,
etc. A shooting gallery will be in-
stalled, and prizes may be given to
the winners in the various events.
G. W. Sample Candidate for Congress
George W. Sample, '01L, president
of the Ann Arbor board of education,
has announced himself as a candidate
for nomination and election to Con-
gress, from the second Michigan Con-
gressional district. Since graduating
from the Law School, Mr. Sample has
been actively engaged in the practice
of law in Ann Arbor.
Will Give Recitations from Tennyson
Prof. R. D. T. Hollister's class in the
oral interpretation of poetry will give
a public recital of selections from the
poems of Alfred Tennyson at 7:30
o'clock tonight, in room 205, north
wing, University hall. The recital will
be the first of three similar readings
from Tennyson's works, and will be
open to the general public.
Soph lit class meeting, in economics
building, 3:00 o'clock today, to trans-
act important business, including pick-
ing of baseball manager to take place
of John Codd, who recently resigned.
Fresh lit baseball practice, south
Ferry field, 3:30 o'clock.
Senior lit baseball practice, 4:00
o'clock today, south Ferry field. Man-
ager wants all candidates out, as there
is interclass game Saturday.
Choral Union rehearsal tonight. Men
meet in Congregational church at 7:00
o'clock, and women at same time at
school of music.
Student council meets in north wing,
at 7:30 o'clock tonight.
Band rehearsal in University hall,
7:00 o'clock tomorrow.

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TRANSIT MARKET
Wm. LINDEMAN
DEALER IN
Fresh and Salt Meats
Pork, Ham Poultry, etc
Bell Phone 2294 212 N. 4th Ave
CLASS BASEBALL WILL START
AT FERRY FIELD MEXT MONDAY

FRESH SQUAD HOLDS PRACTICE
Coach Hughitt Needs First Sacker for
Next Game
Following the first game of the sea-
son which took place on Saturday, the
All-Fresh baseball team was given a
slight workout yesterday afternoon..
The regulars and seconds were sepa-
rated into squads, and run through a
short game. Coach Hughitt is in espe-
cial need of a first baseman, and it is
not too late for first sackers to report
for practice. The next scheduled game
is with the Michigan State Normal Col-
lege at Ypsilanti, on Saturday after-
noon.

Class baseball will start on Monday,
May 3, at south Ferry field. The sched- (E WLE FRANCAIS TO PRESENT
ule of games has not been made out, ANNUAL PLAY THURSDAY NIGHT
but upon its completion it vill be an-
nounced in The Daily. Tickets for the annual French play,
The managers of several of the "La Poudre aux Yeux," to be given
class teams have started preparation Thursday night, will be placed on sale
for the series which promises to be again tomorrow from 2:00 o'clock till
faster than ever before. 5:00 o'clock, at Wahr's bookstore. A
number of good seats are still left.
Arrange for randuate Club aminuet Work on the play has been carried
Arrangements for a Graduate club on regularly, and when the first' act
banquet, to be held in Barbour gymna- opens on the play, it is said that there
sium May 7, are rapidly maturing, ac- will be no room for improvement ei-
cording to F. A. Middlebush, grad., ther in the interpretation of the roles
who is president of the organization. or in the scenery.
The program will consist of several
speeches, a business meeting and a University Ave. Pharmacy Drugs
dance. and toilet articles. Phone 416. t

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Music Sounds Great on the Water
$15
buys a Victrola which you can easily carry with you
when you go canoeing. Between times you can enjoy
it in your own room. We make terms to suit the buyer.
GRINNELL BROS.
120-122 E. LIBERTY ST.

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