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vTHE MICHIGAN i.ILK

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Visit the Daylight Stor

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HATS

I biggest line in the City
.00 to $6.00

WE HAVE A LINE OF

GENIUNE
M BEACH SUITS

in all the latest Patterns

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Make your Kodak
Autographic
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 PHARMAACY
324 S. stw to Street

COME IN AND GET OUR PRICES

$7.50, $8.50 and $10.00

Sport Coats, White Serge Pants
Straw Hats, Palm Beach Suits

The Daylight Store

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thams & Co's Corner
New Location-201-203 So. flain St.

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Temple Theatre
ADMISSION So.
(except Friday and Saturday)

NEW LOCATION
322-324 S. Main St.

NEW LOCATION
NEXT TO

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.in n
)uglh in front

Individual
Custom Tailoring
That Is correct
in style and fit
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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Saturday May 29-"Stars Their Courses
Change" Francis X. Bushman.
Next Week-Furopean Armies in action

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p.
lb

-Prof. Edwin C. Goddard, of the Law
School, will deliver an address at the
exercises to be held on the Courthouse
square tomorrow afternoon. At this
time, the Soldiers' monument will be
formally unveiled.
-Diploma fees are coming in rapidly
at the Registrar's office, as the time
limit draws near. This fee must. be
paid before 4:00 o'clock Tuesday by
all seniors who expect to receive di-
plomas next month. In case the fac-
ilty refuses to grant the diploma after
the fee has been paid, the amount of
the fee will be refunded..
-Only 25 copies of the 1910 Ilichigan-
ensian remain to be disposed of at
book stores, and indications point to
the fact that the edition will be ex-
hausted before commencement, mark-
ing a new record in the sale of the
annuals,

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COMFORT

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Orpheum Theatre
The House of Famous Plays by Famous
Players.

~OCKINC11AIR
TRADE MARK
R 1 CISTCIRE

May 29, Sat.-Thomas H. Ince in The
Devil

RED-MAN
COLLAR

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

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YLES
)th Shop
TAILORS

Arcade Theatre
SHOWS:AFTERNOONS 4:00: EVE. 6:15; 7:45; 9:15

Rockinchair
Tailored Union Suit

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are all specials. The woolen
has a monopoly on them.
'ERPLAIDS
. They are the real attraction this
" is two plaids crossing at right
ued so as to give a rich effect.

-All university exercIses will be sus-
pended on Monday, classes being held,
as usual during the remainder of the
week. Memorial Day falls on a Sun-
day this year, making the following
Monday a legal holiday.
-C. T. Bragg, teclnical director of
Berry Brothers, gave a lecture at the
chemical building yesterday morning
on the raw materials used in modern
varnishes and the processes now in
use. He touched on the scientific de-
velopment of the industry and the
principal means employed in research,
emphasizing the importance of techni-
cal chemical training for engineers.

Sat. May 29-WILLIAM FARNUM in
Henri Bernstein's remarkable play of
modern busiuess life, "Samson."

They are featured in 10 leading
stores in Ann Arbor

will add to your com-
fort and enjoyment

ARE EXCLUSIVE

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ture

CT FROM FACTORY TO YOU
nn Arbor and Washtenaw County are cor-
1 at the Exhibition Rooms of the COME-
RE COMPANY and examine for themselves
'ffered in choice furniture at prices represent-
es, A SAVING OF iob PER CENT, as
s usually charged.
Mission and Craftsmen Designs are par-
fraternity and club houses. We also design
'niture to order.
homes will find it to their advantage to em-
forded by o=r factory for the production of
for libraries, dens, halls, dining-rooms and
reet car to Skate Street and go one block south
t to factory of
IT FURNITURE COMPANY
er EdWinm nd Divisi sI. e ptq
to whitmore?

SISLER ON ALL-AMERICAN TEAM
Only Western College Man Picked for
"Vanity Fair" Consensus Nine
George Sisler, outfielder and pitch-
er, has the distinction of being the on-
ly man from a western college to be
picked for a position on the All-
American ball team which will be
published in "Vanity Fair."
The "Vanity Fair" All-American is
a consensus nine, being the composite
of the votes of 75 sporting editoiis from
all over the country. The team in-
cludes no other player on a western
college team except the Michigansstar,
this being the second' time that Sisler
has received this honor from the base-
ball critics.
Delta Sigma Rho Initiates and Elects
Delta Sigma Rho, honorary debating
fraternity, initiated two new members
and elected officers for the coming
year at its meeting Thursday night at
the home of Prof. T.C.Trueblood. Fran-
ces Hickock, '15, and Harrison M.
Karr, grad,, were those who entered
the society for the first time. The of-
ficers chosen for the coming year are:
President, Harry D. Parker, '17L; vice-
president, Kenneth M. Stevens, '16L;
secretary and treasurer, Peter A. Mil-
ler, '17L; and editor for the Gavel,
George Q, Claassen, '17L.
Sigma Xi Holds Initiation Banquet
Sigma Xi scientific society held its
banquet and initiation at the Union
Thursday night, with Dean Victor C.
Vaughan, of the Medical School, as the
speaker. Seven faculty men, 18 resident
graduates and 18 undergraduate stu-
dents, whose names were announced
May 19, were enrolled as members of
the society.

UNION WILL IOLD MEMORIAL
DAY DANCE ON MONDAY NIGHT
Banjorine and saxophone will fea-
ture the Memorial Day dance at the
Michigan Union from 9:00 to 1:00
o'clock Monday night. Chaperons will
be Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hughitt, and
Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bassett.'Chester H.
Lang, '15, will have charge of the par-
ty, and committeemen to assist him
will be announced later. Tickets for
the party will be on sale for Union
members at the Union counter after
5:00 o'clock this afternoon, the price
being 75 cents.
To Put Syracuse Daily on New Basis
Owing to the fact that students have
failed to support the 'Daily Orange"
satisfactorily, the Syracuse paper is
to be put on a new basis next year,
The plan being considered is for every
student to pay a small sum with his
tuition each semester. It is contend-
ed that this system would decrease the
cost per person, each student would
be in closer touch with student activ-
ities and the paper itself would be im-
proved.
Charles W. Dodd, '84, Visits Ann Arbor
Charles W. Dodd, '84, is spending
a few days in Ann Arbor. Mr. Dodd
was a member of the football and
baseball teams from the time be en-
tered Michigan in 1880 to the time of
his graduation in 1884.
Establish Order of The Cof at Yale
Order of the Coif has been recently
established in the Yale Law School.
Four members of the senior law class
were elected to the Yale Chapter by
faculty members of the society Sat-
urday.
FOR RENT-One store and two small
steam-heated apartments. 604 E. Lib-
erty. J. K. Malcolm. 1713-M or 1661-
J. tf
WANTED-5 salesmen for summer
work. Only those meaning busi-
ness need apply. Addr(,ss 1. M. care.
Daily.

Capital, $100,000
Surplus and Profits .

Canoes by the hour and storage for
private canoes-P. G. Tessmer.
Phonea 2350. City Taxi Co. tf
University Ave. Pharmacy Fountain
Pens and Students Supplies. tf
Best values' in tennis rackets at
Switzer's, 310 State.
Horse and runabouts, everything
new, complete livery. Phone 106.
Commencement selections, a thous-
and carefully chosen art objects at the
James Foster House of Art.
Drop in after the game or after play-
ing tennis and tryga 5ersoda. Van
Doren's Pharmacy, 703 Packard St. tI
Starks Taxicab
Taxis 25c. Cars by the hour, Baggage.
Phone 2255. 209 W. Huron.

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$75,000

Surplus and Profits
Directors
Wirt Cornwell, Geo. W. Pa
bott, S. W. Clarkson, ] . D.
Soule. Waldo M. Abbott, Da
Schmid.

The Farmers & Mechanics Bank FIRST NATIONAL
101-103-105 South Main Street Capital A A

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Canoes by the hour and storage for

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City Taxi Co. Phone 2350.

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Aviation type outboard motor man-
ufacturing concern wants ten sales-
men to cover lake 'and summer re-
sorts. Pleasant, profitable outdoor oc-
cupation. Address A. E. Michigan
Daily. -

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Six new Morris canoes for sale.
of M. Boat Livery. Phone 656.

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LAKE VIEW HOTEL
,Frog and Chicken Dinners
BOATS AND GARAGE

J. E. BURKE, Proprietor

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A large line of China and glassware
for fraternity use at Dean & Co., Ltd.,
214 S. Main St,
Comencement gifts of college and
art jewelry, the largest and richest se-
lection at the Foster House of Art. tf
Leather gift books for a friend, the
best gift for a college chum, The Fos-
ter House of Art, tf

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FOR SALE-Established Dental prac-
tice. Address Box G, Care Daily.
FOR SALE-Two brand new 18-foot
Morris canoes at U. of M. and Hur-
on River Boat Livery.5
WANTED-Ten engineers to handle
auto specialty. Temporary and per-
manent positions. A practical ne-
cessity and sure seller. Address X
care Daily.
FOR RENT-To fraternity or soror-
ity best located place in the city.
See Warren Agency for particulars,
and price. 301 First National Bank
Bldg. Phone 303-J. 74-75
LOST-Gamma Phi Beta Pin Friday
Evening. Finder please call 2316-J.
Receive reward.
Get prices on china with your mon-
ogram on at 214 S. Main St.

FA TEST ENGPAVER N TE WrT I
10c rents a kodak today. Lyndon.
University Ave. Pharmacy Drugs
and toilet articles. Phone 416. tr
When you break a window glass,
telephone Switzer's Hardware to have
it replaced.
A pot of Orange Pekoe always on
tap at the Tea Room of the James Fos-
ter House of Art.
Wright & Ditson and hand-made ten-
nis balls. 3 for $1.00, at Switzer's, 310
State.
It's two miles upthe river TO THE
REGATTA and return 25c. Machhines
leave 209 W. Huron every quarter hour
today, Saturday. Stark Taxi Co. 174
For fraternity or sorority. Best lo-
cated place in the city. Will ac-
commodate 20 to 25. Warren Agen-
cy. 301 First National Bank Bldg.
Phone 303-J. 74-75
NOTICE-The party who too- Balma-
can from the porch railing of the
house next to the Delta is kuowAn
and to avoid trouble please return
the same. 74-75-76
WANTED--An experienced typist to
work during summer vacation. Ed-
wards Bros. 74-75
WANTED-A second hand canoe in
good condition. Call Kings, 2485-R.

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Let The Victrola Fu nish The Music
You will enjoy an outing or a little home gathering much
more if you have a Victrola as your entertainer. A little one for
Fifteen dollars will do very nicely for the summer months, when
Fall comes you can trade it in on a better'one.
There is a differene lphere you buy your Victrola just come
in some time this week and let us explain the difference to you.
JUNE RECORDS ARE NOW ON.SALE
GRINNELL BROS. East Liberty Street
"Terms to suit the buyer"

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for large fiat racks for in-I

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