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THEI MICHIGAN i AILY

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io select their attire with punctilious care, with
'e for exclusiveness and individuality as well
are invited to inspect our showing of all that
Stein-Bloch Smart Clothes, Hats and Haber-
warm weather-a comprehensive assortment
7ery need for town or city wear, for sport,
avel or every day. The little subtleties of style
a our apparel will be valued by those wo avoid
inplace.
S COATS, all colors - $8.50
HATS, - - - $1.00 to $4.00
AS, - - - $5.00 to $10.00
ERGE TROUSERS, - - $4,00 to $6.00
4eckwear, Hosiery and Underwear
very large variety of approved styles
schm t, Aplel&Co.

Negi gee Shirts
Have you inspected our showings of Negligee and Sport
Shirts for Spring? We have them for all purposes in a large
variety of styles and patterns.
As agents for the Quaker City Shirt Compay we are pre-
pared to guarantee the fit, quality and workmanship of these
shirts to be the equal to any and the superior of many other lines
Prices range from $1.50 to $5.00 a garment

Reule, Conlin, Fiegel Co.

READY AT YOUR SERVICE

Correct Spring Attire for Me

Tinker & Compan
PURNISHERS AND HATTERS
34 South State Street

Suits

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$15 to $30
$12 to $25

Balmacaans

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Topcoats
Raincoats

$8 to $20
$8to$18

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AND RUN DELL
TAILORS

NINTY-FOUR wEST FORT STREET
DETROIT, MICH-.
FORMERi, WM. E. DIETERILE
SPRING ORDERS TAKEN NOW

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TO THE BANK
FORGET

DEAN'SROASTED

PEANUTS

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124 S. MAIN ST,

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ENGINEERING JOURNAL WILL
APPEAR ON CAMPUS FRIDAY
Miehigan Technic Will Contain Full
Report on Honor System
Findings
On sale in the engineering building
and at State street bookstores, the May
issue of the Michigan Technic will ap-
pear Friday. The number will be the
last of the school year, and the last in
1915 until October. Copies will also
be sold on the campus by
newsboys in an effort to acquaint the
university at large with the magazine.
The following articles have been
contributed by engineering writers:
"The Conners Creek Power Plant," by
C. F. Hirshfeld; "Recent Developments
in Transformers," by W. C. Smith,
'05E; "Transcontinental Telephones,"
by J. D. Gordon, '06E; and "Shear and
Bending" by Prof. George W. Patter-
son and Mr. Frank W. Stevens, both
of the engineering college. "Transitory
Slants," the humorous section of the
magazine, edited by Harold R. Schrad-
zki, '15L, and J. H. Schmidt, '16E, will
appear in the magazine as usual.
The final report by the honor sys-
tem consideration committee of the
engineering college will be given in
full in the Technic in place of the pam-
phlets which were to have been issued.
Reprints of the article will be made
next week and distributed to students
in the engineering college.
DR. WALKER TO FINANCE TRIP
TO MANISTIQUE THIS SUMMER
Another zoological expedition has
been made possible by the generosity
of Dr. Bryant Walker of Detroit, who
will finance a trip of ten weeks this
summer to the regions about Manis-
tique, Michigan. The party will be
conducted by Dr. A. G. Ruthven, direc-
tor of the museum.
The party will consist of A. W. An-
drews, Wilbur McAlpine and Fenton
Combs, of Detroit, together with F. M.
Gaige and Dr. Ruthven of the museum
staff.
Hall to Be Summer School Registrar
Prof. A. G. Hall, of the mathematics
department, was appointed registrar
of the literary college for the summer
session at the last' meeting of the
board of regents. During recent years
considerable confusion has been ex-
perienced by the officers of the sum-
mer session, who had the enrollment
in charge, Due to the fact that the
registration is practically the same as
that during the regular semester, the
board of regents decided to put Profes-
sor Hall in charge.

STUDIO:
619 E. Liberty St.
Phone 1078-J

CAP AND GOWN
P1CT IU RES
Have them made at
HOPPE STUDIO
The best bargain we
have ever given

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Temple Theatre
ADMISSION Sc.
(except Friday and Saturday)

The World's Best Underwear
Hosiery and other Quality Fixings

and you also get TRUNK SERVICE

Headquarters .r Manhattan Shirts, $1.50 to $4.

Wed. May 26-"Poison" with Marguerite
Courtot.
Thurs. May 27-Charles chaplin in
"Dough and Dynamite"
Fri. May 28--"From Headquarters" with
Anita Stewart,
Saturday May 29-"Stars Their Courses
Change" Francis X. Bushman.
Next Week-Furopean Armiesin action

Fine Spring Haberdashery

Perrin's Spring Gloves.

Every

Indestructo Trunk sold is guaran-
teed for five years' SERVICE

You find yourself confronted with the
necessity of purchasing a trunk?

Beautiful Spring Neckwear

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Buy Indestructo
Baggage

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Fraternities Notice,

Orpheum Theatre
The House of Famous Plays by Famous
Players.

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No matter what the condition
it is called upon to meet
It you decide to buy trunk service-guarantee
-it can only be obtained by buying
an Indestructo Trunk

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ake your party the hit of the season it will be to your
antage to took over our fine of Party Decorations
Festoons Crepe Papers
Tally Cards Serpentines'
Place Cards Dinner Favors
Programs Lunci Sets
r enus Napkins
Furnisli Your Next Order of Dance 'or Banquet Programs'

May 24-25, Mott.-Tues.-Jahn Barrymore
in Are You a Mason, 4-part Paramount
May 26, Wed.-Admiral van Houven in
Commanding Officers, 7-part
May 27-28, Thurs.-Fri.-Alice Dovey in
Sealed Orders, 4-part Paramount
May 29, Sat.-Thomas H. Ince in The
Devil

The Big Store

2U®-202
South Main St.

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ASchairber Co.
Ann Arbor, Mich.

Arcade Theatre
SHOWS:AFTERNOONS 4:00: EYE. 6:15; 7;45; 9:15
Wed. May 26-Beatriz Michelena in a
Bret Harte story, "The Lily of Pover-
ty Flat"
Thurs. May 27-LILLIAN RUSSELL in
her famous success, "Wildfire" Re-
booked.
Fri. May 28-"St. Flmo," six wonderful
reels, picturizinig Augusta Evan's
world-famous American novel.
Sat. May 29-WILLIAM FARNUM in
Henri Bernstein's remarkable play of
modern business life, "Samson."

Look at our Show Windows for

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CANDY SPECIALTIES
Every day in the week.
THE SUGAR BOWL
104 S. Main St.

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Matiee, 3 P. M. Nights, 7-8:50

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Clubmen
rnerica are
isiastic "Bull" Durham Smokers
body of men has greater opportunities for wide
nce, comparison and selection. They have the
to command and the trained taste to appreciate
t of everything in life.
he cigarettes they t lake for themselves, to their
ual liking, from "Bull" Durham tobacco, these
id the delicious freshness, incomparable mild-
d unique fragrance, that afford supreme en-
it and satisfaction. At all times and occasions it
ct, fashionable, epicurean to "Roll Your Own."
GE NUINE
3ULL DURHAM
SMOKING TOBACCO
le from the finest, mellow-ripe leaf grown in the
"bright" tobacco district of Virginia-North Carolina,
plies the world with ciga- Ask for FREE
acco. Much of the deli- package of"papers"
'or and fragrance of this with each 5c sack.
pes from the ready-made
. These rare qualities
be retained in the bulk
co in the "Bull" Durham 4
d enjoyed in the fresh-
3ull" Durham cigarette. '
ErAn Illustrated Booklet,
showing correct
way to "Roll Your s' r
arettes, and a package ? e
e papers, will both be t r.
ee, to any address in
'tes on postal request. ,
'Bull" Durham, Dur-

Mon.-Tues., May 24.25 -Valli Valli in
"The High Road,," Mrs.Fish's famous
success, S.parts, and Pat he News .
Wed.-Thur., May 26-27-William Farnum
in "A Gilded Fool," Nat Goodwin's
stage success, 5-pt, and a good comedy
Fri.-Sat., May 28-29-John W.Ruskin pre-
seuts amazingly close to nature pic-
tures of Animals, Reptiles, Birds,
found in the Arctic, Africa, India, Aus-
tralia, and So. America; the result of
seven years work and lives of six men
Ladies' Souvenir Matinee, Tae. and Fri.
School Children's Matinee, Sat,, Go.
ALL SEATS TEN CENTS"

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Commencement Gifts
IN
COLD, SILVER AND LEATHER
Are most acceptable and easy to mail
?n Ideal Gift For a Man
A Watch, Chain and Cold Knife or Pencil
HALL ER JEWELRY CO.
STATE STREET JEWELERS

City Taxi Co. Phone 2350.

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Horse and runabouts, everything
new, complete livery. Phone 106.
Wright & Ditson and hand-made ten-
nis balls. 3 for $1.00, at Switzer's, 310
State.
University Ave. Pharmacy Martha
Washington Candy, Cigart Cigarettes
and Tobacco. tf
When you break a window glass,
telephone Switzer's Hardware to have
it replaced.
Commencement gifts of college and
art jewelry, the largest and richest se-
lection at the Foster House of Art. tf
Attention Students! Big sale today
beginning 9 A. M. at 117 So. Main St,
and continuing until entire stock of
Mack Drug Co. is sold. Bargains in
toilet articles pennants, cushions, and
Fix-em for the feet.

NOTICE.
An election for the purpose of se-
lecting three student members of the
Board in Control of Student Publica-
tions for the ensuing college year will
be held on May 27, from 10:00 A.M. to
5:30 P. M. in the corridors of Univer-
sity hall. The candidates to be voted
on at this election are as follows:
Adna R. Johnson,
Werner W. Schroeder;
Renville Wheat,
Paul F. Thompson,
Henry C. Rummel.
Francis T. Mack,
Fred B. Foulk,
T. Hawley Tapping.
Every student in the university is
entitled to vote and each voter may
vote for three of these nominees.
BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT
PUBLICATIONS.

TAI LORS

Special Design
Cloths
From $28.00 to $40.00

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ALL MADE IN OUR OWN SHOP

HENRY & CO.
711 N. University Ave.

WANTED-A second hand canoe in
good condition. Call Kings, 2485-R.
LOST-White 'V' neck sweater at push
ball contest. Call 1161.
LOST-Fountain pein with silver band.
Initials "H.W.R." Phone Rosenheim,
851-J.
LOST-Sigma Alpha Iota pin Saturday
or Sunday, name on back. Reward.
Return to 322 N. State.' 282-J.
LOST--A note book belonging to F. D.
Newbrook. Will finder please call
'2420-J.

WANTED2-The tan shoes which were
traded for tennis shoes at the push-
ball contest Sat. A. M. Call 1055-M.
Ask for Green.
LOST-Kappa Kappa Gamma key on
Hill street Sunday afternoon. Name
on back. Tel. 390.
WANTED- I wish to buy some Senior
Lit invitations. Write F. V. Wuerth,
G17 E. Liberty.
LOST-Waltham gold watch, closed
case with initial 'W' University of
Illinois fob attached. Call at 343 S.
Fourth Ave., and receive reward.
Call 1108.

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;Suit the Buyer
GRINNELL BROS.
122 LIBERTY STREET

LOST-Friday, between 1221 Willard
St. and Main hall, a fountain pen.
Phone 1G43-M or leave at general
desk in library.

WANTED-For next year a fu
house for a club of 20 boys.
S. C., care of The Daily.

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