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May 06, 1915 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1915-05-06

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Your Experience I

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Another Big Clean Up of Fifty
Slightly Worn Kodaks
Prices start at from 30% to 50%o off regular prices, and re-
duce at the rate of ten cents per day until sold. Every one
plainly marked. This is the biggest snap you ever saw.

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here has proved, we hope, that you can put
your trust in us, believe in us, have confi-
dence in our 100 per cent. SATISFACTION
GUARANTEE.
We want you to feel that way; to put the
most liberal construction on it; to test our
goods by wear, and our guarantee by any-
thing you please.
There are hundreds of University men wearing 11al-
colm-made Clothes with entire satistaction. Why
not you?.

PREPARE
FOR STRAW HAT- DAY

LYNDON

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IThmunicr~ti on

F. L. HALL, 514 E.Williaml
Phone 2225
PI oos Caled For
PRiESSING nd ..1.ds.l
NO LOSS BY FIRE
now

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Get your Straw or Panama Hat at the Factory Hat Store.
Everything the very latest in Straws, Panamas, and Leghorns.
We can also make them up to order and trim them just as
you want them.
FACTORY HAT STOR E
W. W. MANN, Proprietor

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Shirts to Order

Dress Suits for Rent

J. K. MALCOL M

604 E. Liberty

Malcolm Block

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(CLUSIV! STYLES
' IN
MEN'S S"OES

will always be
found here.

Our Prices and our Shoes

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are RIGHT

and WE FIT YOU RIGHT

Try us we save you money.

119 E. Liberty St.

Rubber soled shoes re-soled as they should be

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'Wheneve y"
see an A
Coca-Cola
Take a tip from the men who top all the
average tables. Drinkt
'4 -
They Ikow it's good to train on-to work
on. The one best, out-And-out thirst-
t quencher-full of refreshment, pleasure
P and wholesomeness.
Delieio-s-Refreshing
Thirst-Quenchingt
THE COCA-COLA CO.
Atlanta, Ga.

Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
I hereby withdraw my name as a
candidate for the presidency of the
Oratorical Association.
M. O. TATE, '16L.
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
In every big university there are a
number of students intereste in the
subject of tax eform. Most college
towns have tax reform clubs. Ann
Arbor should keep up with the times.
A few students and citizens of Ann
Arbor have arranged for a meeting of
single taxers, and all others open-
minded on the subject of taxation. The
meeting will be held at 7:30 o'clock
Friday night, May 7, in the city hall.
All Michigan men and women who
are interested in the question of tax
reform are urged to be present.
BERNARD F. MAGRUDER, '18.
ALPHA NU WINS FROM WEBStER
Receives Unanimous Decision and
Avenges Former Defeats
Winning the annual Cup debate.
held in the law building last night,
with a unanimous decision, the Alpha
Nu team not only avenged some
of the society's former defeatssby
overwhelming the Webster team but
consequently added much interest to
the coming debates.
Out of the seventeen contests held
thus -far Adelphi has eight victories to
her credit, Webster six, Alpha Nu two,
and Jeffersonian one. The society re-
ceiving the largest number of victo-
ries in 20 years will be awarded the
trophy, thus compelling Adelphi to
win the next three debates in order to
win.
The Alpha Nu team composed of H.
B. Teegarden, '17, H. H. Springstun,
'17, and E. L. Carroll, '15, held as their
main contention that the United States
did not need a merchant marine, while
the Webster team based its, case on
government ownership but failed to
prove the method of operation.
Last year's debate was also a vic-
tory for Alpha Nu, and the present
victory will allow the society to retain
the Cup for another year. The Cup
will be formally presented again at
the annual banquet to be held at 6:00
o'clock tonight at the Union.
COMPLETE SENIOR
SWING-OUT PLANS
(Continued from page 1)
diction by Dr. Stalker will complete
the program.
The seniors will then depart from
the auditorium through the main en-
trance and march along the main walk
to State street, turning south toward
Memorial -hall, where the rest of the
route takes the form of an "M." From
Memorial hall the line of march goes
to the engineering building, then
through the arch to the flagpole, turn-
ing toward the gymnasiums, and along
North University avenue to the law
building. At this point the procession
stops and the seniors of each college
will have their pictures taken in
groups.
After "Swing-Out" seniors will wear
their caps and gowns each Wednesday
and Friday through commencement,
following the precedent set in 1913.
WANTED-Two waiters or waitresses
to assist during rush hours. Apply
Macks Tea Room .2nd Floor.
FOR SALE-Will sell Remington No.
10 for less than half original price.
One year old. Call 1576-J.
FOR SALE-Morris canoe with ma-
hogany trimming, 916 Church St.
LOST-Eye glasses with guard chain
for ear. Reward at Daily.

ANOTHER BIG CLEAN-UP OF
slightly worn kodaks-Prices start at
fromt 30% to 50% off regular prices,
and reduce at the rate of ten cents
per day until sold. .Every one plainly
marked-This is the biggest snap you
ever saw. Lyndon.
Canoes by the hour and storage for
private canoes-P. G. Tessmer.

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FOR-
MS[NIOR
CArSANDGOWNS
-Best materials and workmanship
-Perfect fit guaranteed
-Rental charge $2.OO from Swing-
Out to Commencement.
-No payment u n t i 1 outfit is
delivered.
-Be measured early.

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Call, and let us tell the rest.
CAMPUS BOOTERY

308 S. Slate Street

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Thursday, Friday, & Saturday
MAY6, 7, 8-
B S iW 0 R T H
Famous Photoplay The Wonder Picture
MATINEE io0-Night Cl e Ise
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Near Allenel Hotel

I1 8 E. Huron St.

Bostoniamn Oxfords
Made-to-youirvMeasu~re~lte

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FOR RENT-Modern, five room, steam
heated flat. Inquire 604 E. Liberty,
J. K. Malcolm. Call 1713-M or 1661-
5 .
Skate at Weinberg's Roller Rink
Friday Night.
Drop in after the game or after play-
ing tennis and try a 5c soda. Van
Doren's Pharmacy, 703 Packard St. tf.
Starks Taxicab
Taxis 25c. Cars by the hour, Baggage.
Phone 2255. 209 W. Huron.
University Ave. Pharmacy Fountain
Pens and Students Supplies. tf
Call 106 for large fiat racks for in-
itiating parties.

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Diamonds

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pink Jfour stock of diamonds
lvhen you think ,f diamonds

It will pay you to know that we have the largest
assortment for your choosing, sold at the first cost
of selling diamonds-because we buy direct-buy
in quantities-buy for cash-and give you the
benefit of the saving-also the service which can
only be had from years of experience in the diamond
business.

NOTICE C:'"li"A"*"*''" ,ill'"" V1"Q"""'''4' l'"ir ^^ ^^'~'~u~~~~.vXC~^~~~~
At its May meeting the Board in the greater enjoyment and satisfaction in the fresh
Control of Student Publications will cigarettes of unique flavor and delicious mildness
choose a business manager and man- they roll for themselves, to suit their own taste, from
aging editor for the Michigan Daily mellow "Bull" Durham' tobacco.
and the Gargoyle, respectively. It is
the policy of the board in filling the GEN U INE
positions on the publications under its 44 l9
control to award them on the basis of
merit to those who have served in BULURH
minor positions on the publication to
which the positions pertain. SMOKING TOBACCO
It sometimes happens, however, that
no one who has served on the publica- No other tobacco in the world has the wonderful
capable of filling one of the leading sweet fragrance and ripe, natural mildness of "Bull"
positions thereon fornthe ensuing year. Durham. No Jother cigarettes have the exquisite
When either of these sets of circum- smoothness and delightful freshness Of "Bull"
stances arises the board finds it neces- Durham hand-made cigarettes. "Bull" Durham is a
sary to consider outside candidates. distinctive form of tobacco enjoyment, thoroughly
This notice should not be consideredII
appreciated by smokers of experience the world over.
situations will arise this year. Ask for a FREE
All applications for these positionsE book of "PapersE
with each 5c sack FE
should be in the hands of Prof. F. N. An Illustrated Booklet,
Scott on or before May 10 in order to owing correct ay to
" i Roll Your Own" Cig-
be considered. Each application /d' %rettes and a Book of
should contain a statement of the ex- bothciaette papelrd wl
perience of the applicant and should "Bfree on postal request.
Address "Bull" Dur- c
be accompanied by the applicant's -ham,urham,o N.C.
eligibility card and any letters of Room 1298 A
recommendation which he may have. - / THE AMERICAN
BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT
PUBLICATIONS.

ARNOLD & CO.
JEWELERS
220 South Main Street

Going to Whitmore?
Phone 4 Whitmore Lake Exchange
THE LAKE VIEW HOTEL
Fish, Frog and Chicken Dinners
BOATS AND GARAGE
J. E. BURKE, Proprietor

CALLING CARDS!

100 CARDS AND
PLATE, $1.25 UP.

This price is the best in

town.

If you get your cards now, you will have a plate

that will last forever.

Drop in and see us.

Students' Supply Store

Phone 1 160-R

Call taxi
15

1111 S. Univ. Ave.

2280

522

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