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May 28, 1915 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1915-05-28

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

IALK-OVERS $5
illars is a good, fair price.
us and fair to the customer.
WHY PAY MORE?
Guaranteed fit, sizes AA to
E,5 to 11

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

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We sell from a sample line but our clothes
are tailored in town

OUR PRICES RANGE FROM $28,00 UP

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C. I. KIDD - - Sophomore
1530-J 1112 S. Univ. Ave

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Rubber or Leather Soles
HU f stettrs
Walk-Over Boot Shop
115 S. MAIN ST.

THE PLACE TO GO
WHEN DOWN TOWN
Cooling .Drinks
of all kinds;
Cream delivered to any part of the.city
116,S. Main t.
Phone 166

Voice

in Organ
Theory
branches ot Music

FRESH TRACK MEN
IN SHAPE FOR M.A.1C.
Cainah lobinson lifay Not Apper, but
J¢ em aiuder f S pitudIel
Prepared
MAY 'TO HAVE CHARGE OF TEAM
With the possible exception of Cap-
tain "Al" Robinson, Michigan's fresh-
man track aggregation is in excellent
shape for the track meet with M. A. C..
which takes place tomorrow on Ferry
field.-
Captain Robinson has been under
the weather for several days, *and al-
though Doctor May has made strenu-
ous efforts to get the captain into con-
dition. his efforts have been unavail-
ing. It is believed that Robinson is
troubled with rheumatism. It was
Robinson's intention to run the 100-
yard dash, the 220-yard dash and the
quarter-mile. If in condition, the cap-
tain could win all three hands down,
without any question, buit as it is he
may either have to confine himself to
one or two of the events or perhapsI
content himself with watching the
meet from the stand.
The other men are in good shape
and are prepared to give the Aggies the
stiffest sort of competition. With Rob-
inson out of it, the Michigan aggrega-
tion would be greatly weakened, bit
they will still have a good chance. of
copping first honors. Doctor May has
been left in charge of the squad, since
Coach Farrell left for the eastern in-
tercollegiates with his Varsity squad.
This will be the only meet that the
freshmen will have all year, and the
men are all anxious to put up as cred-
itable a performance as possible. The
locals have trimmed the Aggies con-
sistently in the past on the cinders,
but M. A. C. has an unusually strong
team, and one that has had considera-
blet experience in outside meets.
"Carp" Julian, the Aggie football
hero will appear on Ferry field tomor-
row as a high jumper. Julian isn't as
good a high jumper as he is full back,
but nevertheless hey has been winning
his event for M. A. C. in.the majority
of their meets.
F'iE ll)IAN 'IENNIS PLAYEIts

hats. hft I Week
WVedi Fri. j' May
R Srat.24
DETROIT
Messrs. Shubert present
Mid in America
THE WINTER GARDEN'S SENSATION
Joslyn's plurality, 94.
Secretary-A. M. Bentley, '16, 254;
E. W. Bisbee, '16, 179.
Bentley's majority, 75.
Treasurer--R. W. Collins, '17E, 228;
P. 1). Slater, '17, 220,
Collins' ma jority, S.
Hoard in ('intrd Ofrleers
Fred B. Foulk, '13-'16L, 257; Adna R.
-Johnson, '14-'16L, 340, (elected) ; Fran-,
cis '. Mack, '16E, 373, (elected); Henry
0. Ruminel, '14-'161,, 187; Werner W.
Schroedor, '14-'IGL, 330; T. Hawley
Tapping, '16L, 350, (elected) ; Paul F.
Thompson, '111, 200; Renville Wheat,
.14-16L, 208
',111001) 'TOINICHdiT
(Continued from Page 1)
at 12:30 o'clock today at the Union to
collect the combustibles for the con-
tagration tonight. A large number of
byoxes and barrels have been promised
by the merchants, and a number of
trucks will be required to haul the
material to Observatory Hollow.
The innovation with which the sec-
ond year men are planning to feature
this year's Cap Night is still a deep
mystery, but the sophs promise that
it will be new and novel in every re-
sp(eCt.
LOST-A Delta Upsilon Fraternity
pin. Name on back. Finder please
call phone 397 or 33.
FOR SALE-Two brand new 18-foot
Morris canoes at U. of M. and Hur-
on River Boat Livery.

Bloonifield & McGrath fS

If you are hot, tired and thirsty
come to the

Formerly Webbs
THE[ SODA FUINTAIN THAT IS LIBLRAL

Save time at noon and night by dropping in for
one of our special lunches

Home Made Candies



It's Two lHiles up the River TO THE
REGATTA and return 25c. Machines
leave Post Office every quarter hour
Friday and Saturday. Stark Taxi Co.
WANTED-Ten engineers to handle
auto specialty. Temporary and per-
manent positions. A practical ne-
cessity and sure seller. Address X
care Daily.
LOST-Brown balmacan coat from
medical building Wednesday after-
noon. $5 reward if returned to Dai-
ly office. No questions asked.
It's Two Miles up the River TO THE
REGATTA and return 25c. Machines
leave Post Office every quarter hour
Friday and Saturday. Stark Taxi Co.

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WANTED-Suite well furnished, clean
rooms and bath, close -to campus.
Address R. C. care Michigan Daily.
WANTED-The tan shoes which were
traded for tennis shoes at the push-
ball,contest Sat. A. M. Call 1055-M.
Ask for Green.
WANTED-A second hand canoe in
good condition. Call Kings, 2485-R.
WANTED--For next year a furnished
house for a club of 20 boys. Address
S. C., care of The Daily.
FOR RENT--One store and two small
steam-heated apartments. 604 E. Lib-
erty. J. K. Malcolm. 1713-M ori1661-
J. t

at the

School of Music
'NARD STREET
lta Care and Quality

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Phone 817

M ERCHANTTAILORS

mommm'w

FEED?
ring, Fans, Vacuum Cleaners
ters, Grills, Irons, Bells, Flash
daw, Percolators, Electrical
A, any kind.
Electric Go.
Phone 2153-M

Are Go ing but ot Business

605 E. William
Because we give

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Large Variety

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Cheaper Meals
The Convenient Place

:AFETERIA

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$1.25
$1.75
$2.75

Ypsilanti offered but little compe-
tition for the All-Fresh in tennis yes-
terday, and the yearlings won every
set. This is the second meetmg of the
two teams this year, and. the freshmen
have clearly demonstrated their supe-
riority over the pedagogues.
The summaries:
Singles -Coons (M) d. DeNancrede
(Y) 6-0, 6-3; Steketee (M) d. Jeffer-
son (Y) 6-2, 6-3; Stebbins (M) d.
Brundage (Y) 6-2, 7-5; Stocking (M)
d. Hutchinson (Y) 6-3, 6-2. Doubles
-Steketee and Stocking (M) d. Jef-
ferson and DeNancrede (Y) 6-2, 6-2;
Stebbins and Coons (M) d. Brundage
and Hutchinson (Y), 6-2, 6-3.
The freshmen will meet M. A. C. at
Lansing next Saturday, and hope to
take over the Farmers in good style.
Members of the All-Fresh squad will
leave on the 6:48 car (eastern time).
TEAM WILL MEET
M. A. C. NINE TODIAY
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thorities by which it is possible to use
the University of Michigan athletic
books to admit to the Michigan-M.A.C.
games of today and tomorrow.
"Charlie".Ferguson was at work
yesterday afternoon, and the coach is
satisfied that the twirler's back is in
good shape. His pitching looked good
in warming up, and his control seems
to have returned. Coach Lundgren is
making plans to use the lanky hurler
in the second game of the series with
the Aggies.
CAMIPUS ELECTION
I)XY HU(E U'CCESS
(Continued from Page 1)
E. B. McKinley, '16, 256.
Finkenstaedt's plurality, 15.
out Club Oficers
Commodore- -HTa rold J. Smith, '1GE
223; W. E. Reid, '16, 79; L. B. Hyde,
'16, 130.
Smith's plurality, 93.
Vice-Comiuodore-Lee E. Joslyn, '17
219; W. L. Watson, '17E, 125; S. M
Abrams, 17, 99.

(.)n iI 'ax i 4th we began our CI.OSI NG OUT
SAI.E of-all the Suitings, Trouserings and O)ver-
coatings in o"r M"ercant Tailoring Department.
and from that (late until now we have sold uearly
one-half our stock.

To all we have said, yes, we are going out of
the Mlerchlant Iailoring business. We are going
to sell all our Woolens at
Just One Half Regular Price
until jtly Ist, and on that (late, or sooner, we
Nvill close out in one lot to the highest bidder all
that is left, including fixtures and shop equipment,

DO YOU REALIZE WHAT IT MEANS to
sell REAL IMPORTED ENGLISH SUIT-
INGS at one-half regular price? It means a say-
ing to you of from $10.00 to $15.oo on a Suit or
Overcoat.
'There have been so many FAKE CLOSING.
OUT SALIS that the public is slow to believe
such an adlvertisement as this one. To any one
who is skeptical, we say that we will give

Wm. Wagner, the Tailor, started in business in
Ann Arbor over 70 years ago, building the store
at 123 S. Maim Street in -848. The prescnt owner
ff the business has been actively in business for
38 years so that it is not at all strange that many
have asked

$100.00 IN

CASH

A re you really going out of business ?

for any false statement in this advertisement.

1ude 100 Caruds
P~ato

(O)ur decision to go out of the Merchant Tailor-
ing I isiness was made only three days before the
sale was nut on, so that our stock consists of
Fresh PMerchandise
To any who may not need clothing now, we
ofer the following:

We will sell you an ENGLISI SUIT PAT-
TERN for $6.67, just one-half regular price, or
an Imported Overcoat Pattern for $5.50. We
have arranged with a good, reliable Ann Arbor
Tailor to cut, make and trim a sack suit or over-
coat during the hull months of July and August
for

~Ohlilger
it Prnnters
E. WASHINGTON
tone 432-J
City Taxi Co. tf
e. Pharmacy Fountain
nts Snnplies. tf

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In this way you can get a ctustomn suit for
$22.67 or over-coat for $21.56, made from regular
$4.00 per yard goods. Your investment now is
only $6.67, the balance in the fall.

We have a fine line of ENGLISH WORSTED
TIROUSERINGS and will make you a pair of
trousers from regular $4.00 per yard goods, for

$5.41
IT WI 1, PAY YO( TO ACT Q(UICKLY.

rackets

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University Ave. Pharmacy Martha
Washington Candy. Cilg r, Cigarettes
and Tobacco. t
When you break a window glass,
telephoonSwitzer's llandware to have
it, re'placed.

WAGNER & CO.

Merchant Tailors

305 S. State Street

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