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Prices start at from 30% to 5001 off regular prices, and re-
duce at the rate of ten cents per day until sold. 1Every one
plainly miarked. This is the biggest snap you ever saw.

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Get your Straw or Panama Hat at the Factory Hat Store.
Everything the very latestl~n Straws, Panamas, and L~eghorns.
We can also mare them up to order and trim'them just as
you want them.
FTCTORY ATSTO R E
W. W. MANN, Proprietor

C'ool;, W.. P 'almer, I hilij 'Middtle-
ditch, FrankM I irdl and I\Vin. (Coch-
ran; '[ rack jige:-;- WaVlt(er :,'ishleigh,
NV. li '. cinor andi Dr.,GU. A. May; In-
spectors. -Chest.'r Lag, ohn Maui-
bets h, 'romtI'ailey mlJohn San-
ders; Assistant el, r;s---Kemp lRurge,
.1. S. Burtrows and JTohni Parker; An-
nlouncer--Johntl It. XWatkins ; Timiers--
F. .. owe, Ev:ans I- lbrook, C. B.
I Taft and G. RI Gauthier.
THIIIRD )R'." T TA '91
l131",STA61) 'ITODAY
(Continul.ed iroinpag;e 1;
,1a l.ion for sellfier-, for all who prefer
not to return to Ann Arbor for the
ellenling meal.
Prizes have been p~laced under the
supervision of Sidney T. Steen, '16E,
ini the sh:o\w ifldGm, of a Stat e street
rtr, -nd tlhe list i acluies 14 cups and
35 I!edals whic h have bee,, donated
hy lc :' concerns. All entries in the
re a'l~ for any of the parizrs, will re-
port to 'V. Ilee Watso ., '1,at the
Iudgs~ tand at2 20o'ea-kthis (af-
ternoo..
luni I _emorahail w.ll DIbe open
to thet general pubelic Suniday after-
ncoon from 2 :00 to 5:00 o'clock..
'il d} members will mee;t at the
L'nieu rat 2:00 o'clock today with their
to' rd .,+n 7 -J'5 oer ~c,.at Regatta
dans n(.
1 ,'lllblrs t' the band 7 twill rehearse
Gt70 o'clo -k Wedneisday in Univer-,
iy b-hall.

Near Allenel Hotel

118S E. Huron St.

stoi i Oxfords
ade-too'r Masi.ire'Clothes

C..all, and let u: tell the zest.
CAMPUS OTER

308 S. State Street

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Notice to Advertisers

j Monday, May,3 1, being a 'holiday, all
change of copy for Tuesdays paper must be in
the office by 2 P. 11. today. Call 960 if you
have a change.
THE MVICHI-l GAN DAILY

FOUR IN (tASS'4lVS
W,4)rinn ed fronm Page I)
:,'aine, thr-, the hammer V-,, feet, 3-4
inche<<s. Cross, the Wo verine weight
iain did not come into the runnirg
One big surprise came when Ferguson,
of Pennsylvania, intercollegiate -low
hurdle champion, failed to qualify in
his event.
Prospe.cts are fair for Captain Smith
of lir ; i a as the winner of the "20-
yard dashb tomorrow. Captain Lippin-
;ot',, of Penm,,the Red and Blue's most
deperdai sprinter, pulled a tendon
and is out of the meet, In spite of,
the, absence of Captain Lippincott, the,
Michigan sprinter will have no easy

time in romping away with the 220
yards dash, as Patterson, a Penn run-
ner, madle the best time in that event
with 21 4-5 seconds which was 3-5 see-
onds better than the time made by
Smith. Smith's time for his other
race, the 100 yards dash, was 10 1-5
seconds.
The Michigan men who failed to
p~lace were Lapsley, *Ufer, Hluntington,
Cross, Fox, and Ferris. The distance
runners will dispose of their events
tomorrow, no trials being held.. Car-
roll will run in the ilc, a,-, FJox,Awo
was eliminated in he half will run in,
the longer distance S; ith Carroll. Don-
ne ly is slated for tim two-mile, this
beingr the only other e . cut in which
trials were not held today.

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2,mriid V. of PM. Sot vem rm
We wish to thank yo~u for wo t favors and those of the future

I S. Univ. Ave. Phone 1 I16O-k~ L. C. SCHI

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We could handle any
grade of

Century
IMeat Market
QUALITY
MEATS

but our 20 years' experi-
ence has shown us that
the public wants the

at prices which our special
facilities .e n ab le us to
make.

Fowls for Roasting
Pork Loin Roast
jProt Roast Beef
Rib Roast
Ham (Half or Whole)

22C
16c
15c
18c
16C

Cheaper and better than Meat
STRICTLY FRESH -
per lb
White Perch - - 5c
Yellow Perch - - 10c
Blue Pike - - loc
Herring - - - loc
Lake Huron Trrout - 13c
Skinned Perch - - 13c
White Fish, Walleyed Pike, Sal-
mon, Halibut, Blue Gilts. Lobster,
and Soft Shell Crabs
A reasonable price is made for
dressing special pr'ce fish.
ANN ARBOR FISH MARKET
212 E. WASHINGTON ST Phone 1853
WE DEI ivoR.

HENRY VGEL
Prop.

our motto

213 N. Main St.

Phone 1091

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Good

Things

at this store and moreober at the
Nlin imum Cost
Consistent pvith Quality and Serb ie
We depend upon you for business and you depend upon us
for good square service and dealing. We are in duty bound
to give them to you-and will'

KIEV1R &'
114-116 M. Wiaghlimtojm S

WIIITKER
Sit. Phoniie 326-7

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