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'iH'b MICHIGAN AALY

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Visit the Daylight, Store

RAW

HATS

Finest and biggest line in the City

WE HAVE A LINE OF

$1.00 to $6.00

GENIUNE
PALM BEACT SUITS
in all the latest Patterns
$7.*50, $8,50 'and $10.00

Make yourKda
Come in and g{}t lne of the tiew badks that will1
make your kodak up-to-,date. There is no extra
C' charge for autographic films.

Sport Coats, Whitc Serge Pats
Straw Hats, Palm' Bcach Suits'

COME, IN AND GET OUR PRICES

CALKIN'S PHARMACY

The Daylight Store

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aT-khams & Co's Corner
New Location-201-203 So. Clan St.

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Low enough in front
to be comfortable
High enough in back
to be correct in s lye.
RED-MAN
CLLAR

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Individual
Custom Tailoring
That is correct
in style and lit'
The new fabrics for this
season are here in large
assortments.
CALL EARLY
A. F. Marquardt
Campus Tailor
516 E. William Street

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L & WILSON
TROY'S BEST PRODUCT.

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cloth Shop
TAILORS

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COMPLETE EXYCAVATION WORK
FOR NEWl BOTANY (A'REENHII4S I,
Structure WIll IExtend Oat f rom iMai'
Btilding for Space of
30 feet
Excavation work and the building of
the formrs for the concrete foundaticu
work of the new greenhouse, which is
to extend from the southeast corn(-r of'
the new science building, have been
completed and the contractors expect
to, begin the pouring or the cement tho
early part, of next week .
When completed, the now green-
house will be used by the botany de-
p~artment and because of the fact that
it will be accessible from the main
building .it will provide many conveni-
iences not to be had at other schools.
The structure itself will extend' fry r
the main' building for a space of 30
feet. It ┬░will reach a height of
a story and a half wvhere
it joins the' main building and
will slope to a height of one storev at
the outer end.
SECURE ITEACHINGA POSITIONS
FOR MO6RE ITHAN{ 12 PERSONS
More than a dozen teachers' posi-
tions ;were filled by the appointment
committee during the last week. Fi, e
of the positions are outside of the
state. Authorities in charge stated
yesterday that inquiries for teachers
are coming in every dlay.
Those who received appoinitments
are as follows:' Honora Fogerty, '15,
instructor of English and German, El-
sie; Roy 1,. Read, '11, superintendent,
Jonesville; Evelyn Roos, '14, English,
Manistique; Grace Marquiiodant, '15,
English' acd history, Chelsea; Karole-
na M. Fox, '15, English,.Howoll; Doane
Avery, '15, Gerry school, Gerry, N. I.;
Cyrus' McCullough, '15, superintend-
ent, Davison; Alice Johnson, '16, prin-
cipal, IHoWell; Ethel Mae Turner, '15,
science, Newcastle, Pa.; Walter Mar-
burger, '15,, mathematics, Battle Creek;
Marion Wallace, '15, science, 1-lurley,,
WVis. ; James' L. Keddie, grad., super-
intendent, Howard, S. D.; Mary Clark.
'15, English anid German, Rockford.

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O rphoeum Theatre
Thec nlow" of F~amous Plays by Famous
Players.

pOCKINCHAI
TRADE, ,MARK
ACGIt31ffNO

May 22-%*Rt .- Margarita Fischer in
The Quest. 5-part.

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IN THE CLASSROOM
ON THE CAMPUS
AT THE GAMES
IN THE, GYM
AT THE HOP

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Temple Theatre
ADMhISSION 5c.
(exaspt Friday and Saturday)
Sat. May 22-Ethel Clayton & Joseph
Kaufman in "His Soul Mate" Mary
Pickford in "L~ove Among the Roses"
Ruth Stornehouse in "An Amateur
Prodigal"
Mon. May 24-Cico Ridgley in "Warning
on the Wall"
Tues. May 25-"Club of the Black Mask"
by Geo. Kline.
'Srh ni-s. ZMly 27-Charles Chapman in
-'Lioughi abe i)ynatnite"

NEW LOCATION
322-324 S. Main St.j

Arca.de Theatre
SHOWS: AFTERNOONS 4;00: EYE. 6:15; 7:45; 9:15

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Roknhi
Tailored Union Suit
will add to your corn-
-fort and 'enjoyment
They are featured in 10 leading
stores in Ann Arbor

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NEW LOCATION
NEXT TO
ORPHEUM THEATRE

COMFORT

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Sat. May 22-Lyda Boreili in a Haag.
aificient 5-part Klilne feature, "The
Niaked Truth."

Our clothi patterns. are all s pecials. The wooleu
house we represent has a monopoly on them.
O V ERPLAIDS
are ano-'g ouir specials. They are the real, attraction this
year. Au "overplaid" is two plaids crossing at right
auglvs, but much subdued so as to give a rich effect.
OUR STYLES ARE EXCLUSIVEt
F un-itur e
DIRECT FROMI FACTORY TO YOU
The peoidlc of Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County are cor-
Illy invited to call af the Exhibition, Rooms of the COME-
i(CKT FURNITURE COMJIPANY and examine for themselves
esplendid values offered in choice furniture at prices represent-
Sin many instances, A SAVING OF zoo PER CENT, as
npared with prices usually charged.
The Come-.Packt Mission and Craftsmen Designs are~ par-
ularly suitable for fraternity and club houses. We also design
d make special furniture to order.
Builders'of new homes will find it to their advantage to em-
y the facilities afforded by o'-ar factory for the production of
uilit-in" furniture for librariey, dens, halls, dining-rooms and
chens.
Take Packard Street car to S-tate Street and go one block south
d three blocks west to factory of
OME-PAC KT FURNITURE COMPANY
Corner Edwin "nd Division 'Streets

MAJESTIC
Matinee. 3 P. M. Nights, 7.8:30
Sat., May "22
iiiier GiyIL's sensational drama "Three
Weeks," 5 parts and comedy.
Ladies' Souvenir Matinee, Tue. aod Fri.
School Children's Matinee, Sat., So.
ALL SKATS TEN CENTS

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- £STA81.tSMgo 1818.
BROADWAY' cR'iNTE4CONo

Liberty and Main Sts:
A Most Convenient Place for Your
Banking

Our representative, Mr. Gorman,

will be at the

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Going to Whitmore?

UNIVERSITY'.,CATALOG UES MAY
BIE PRO(VREI) OF SECRE,,TARY
First installments of the university
catalogue were delivered at the office
of the Secretary of the university yes-.
terday afternoon, and may be had at
that office upon application. The 1914-
1915 .book is. made up of more than
700 pages describing the work of the
various schools and colleges.
The new residence halls for women
appear prominently in the catalogue,
together with the recent ;change in
fees scheduled, to take effect within
the. next two. years.
FRESH ME DICS TO PLAY FRESH
LITS AIND :JUNIOR LAWS TODAY
Fresh medics will have a busy time
this afternoon, the first year doctors
contending in two inter-class baseball
games, the first at 1:00 o'clock with
the fresh lits, the second at 3:00
o'clock with thie junior laws.
So many sophs, left for the tug-of-
war yesterday that play between soph
engineers and junior dents in the in-
ter-class series was:' postponed indef-
initely.-
Drop In after the game or after play-
Ing tennis and try a 5e soda. Tan
Doren's Pharmacy; 703 Packard St. tf.

NOTICE
At its next meeting the board in con-
trol of student publications will 'choose
a business manager and managing edi-
tor for the Michiganensian. It is the
policy of the. board in filling the posi-
tions on$ the publications under its
control to award them on the basis of
merit to those who 'have served in min-
or positions on the publication to
which the positions pertain.
It sometimes happens, however, that
no one who has served. on. the publi-
cation during one year is eligible or
capable of filling one of the leading
positions thereon for the ensuing year.
When either of these sets of circum-
stances arises the board finds it nec-
essary to consider outside candidates.
This notice should not be considered
as an intimation that either of these
situations will arise this year.
All applications for these positions
should be in the hands4 of Prof. F. N.
Scott on or before May 24, in order to
be considered. Each application should
contain a statement of the experience
of the applicant and should be accomn-
panied by the applicant's eligibility
card and any letters of recommenda-
tion which. lie may have.
BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT'
PUBLICATIONS.

BOSTON BRANCH:
1 49 Tremont Street

NEWPORT BRANCH:
220 Bellevue Avenue

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The Farmers & Mechanics Bank
101-103-108 South Main Street

Capital, $100,000
Surplus and Profits .

Hotel Pontchartrain

MONDAY and TUESDAY, MAY 24, and 25
with Samples of ready made Garments

Furnishings Hats and Shoes

FIRST NATIONAL BANN
ANN AMBOR
Capital - - $100.000
Surplus and Profits 065.000
Directors
Wirt. Cornwell, Geo. W. Patterson, H. 3.J
bott, S. W. Clarkson, X. D. Kiune, Harris
Soule, Waldo Md. Abbott, Dan B. Sutton, Pi
Schmid.

$75,000;

All styles,

4 Whltunore Lake Exchange

Sport Coats
colors, and fabrics on sale
at Popular Prices

IL LAKE VIEW. HOTEL
Fish, Frog and Chicken Dinners
BOATS AN D GARAGE

at
N. F. ALLEN CO'S
New location 211 South Main St.
DOUBLE YOUR MONEY-by buying
'a Suit Pattern at 50 cents on the dol-
lar, Wagner & Co., State St. 168-9
LAWYERS ATTENTIOVN.
I have been located in a Montana
county seat for 27 years. Have made,
on'an average, for 15 years, $2,000 per

FOR SALE-Established Dental
tice. Address Box G, Care Dai
FOR RENT-One store and two
steam-heated apartments. 604 E
erty. J. K. Malcolm. 1713-M or
3.
FOR REiNT-poor summer, and
school. Some of best rooms ini
Arbor. Exceptionally well fur
ed. Price right. 522 Monroe.1
16f

J. E. BURKE, Proprietor

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Call taxi
15
812-M Cook Taxi Co.

5221

Whien you break a- window glass,
telephone Switzer's Hardware to have
it replacod.

Taxis 25c,
Phone

Starks Taxicab
Cars by the hour, Baggage.
2265. 209 W. Huron.

165-66-68-69'

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oni and hand-made ten-
$1.00, at Switzer's, 310

For hush-ball conitest get
slboes Friday and Saturday for
Switzer's.

tennis
65ic at

ninis rackets

at1

Call 106 for large fiat racks for in-
itiating parties.;

Your Summer Vacation
if' you are going to the lakes or resorts take a Victrola
along -.just the thing for the summer cottage.
It's dandy for canoe trips, too-our $15~ Victrola fits in nicely
with your pillows - and the music sounds fine over' the water.
Terms to Snit the Biuyer
GRINNELL BROS.
122 LIBERTY STREET

year. My health is bad, and I will-
ha.ve to. go to a lower altitude Have -4
a library that cost about $2,000. It is
a good library. Modern. Have $250 ar
in office furniture. Will sell library--
for cost and furniture for $250. Will LOS
stay for a few weeks and introduce 5(
buyer to clients. If you have the mon- C
ey address, Grimshaw, care of this pa-. -
per.. 168-9.; '

T-Jewelf
tChi Alp]
'd. Phne

all

University Ave. Pharmacy Martha
aWashington CAndy, Cigari, Cigarettes

LOST-
balmn

whoe
y" night

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