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The Michigan Daily, 1915-05-30

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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JK4OVERS 1I $5-
Is a good, fair price.
rid fair to the customer.
PAY MORE?
Guaranteed fit, sizes AA to
E, 5to 11

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

IWe sell 'from a sample line but our ec
are tailored in town

OUR PRICES RANGE FROM $28,00 UP

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1530-1 1112 S. Univ. Ave

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ANY
COLOR

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Rubber or Leather Soles
Hotistetterls
Walk-Over Boot Shop
115 S. MAIN ST.

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THE 1PLACE TO,(60
WHEN DOWN TOWN
~'r~Cooling Drink
of all kinds

WVIll Hold -Memorial iDay Party ffoiiday
Pasteboards are selling rapidly- at
the" Un1ion counter for tlhe Memorial
Day party, booked for 9:00 o'clock to-
mnorrow' night at, the clubhouse. Hr-
nest lIughKitt, '15E, and Mirs Hugitt,
iRay.Bassett, '13, and Mrs Bassett, will
chiaperon the affair. Chester H. Lang,
'15, will act as chairman. 'Banjorine
and saxophone melody will be the fea-.
ture. Tickets sell to Union members
for 75 cents.
I'NIYER$VNI'Y EN TO S110111I' AT
\.A'ION )AL f4diUAl) IF LE hA N(E
Announcement is made by the Rifle
club manag;ement, that all men, wheth-
er or not members of the club, will be
given the privilege to shoot at the out-
door range on next W ednesday after-
noon. Guns and ammunition will lre
furnished free of charge for use on
that day. All who wNish to take ad-
vantage of this opportunity are re-
quested to take the 1 :00 o'clock car for
the, national guard range, which the
club is using at this time.
Mtembers of the club may shoot at
the outdoor range amy timae tomorrow.
'1 hey' hould apply at the Ferry field
club-house. to Director Rowe for guns
;? nld :.lmmunitio3n.

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Cream delivere(dto any part of the city
116 S. Mlain St.
Phone t166

WO ,ith 131 teachers' posit ions already1
gi von out, 1the luniver1sityappo?!intmlent
commrlittee promises to d(1 etter than
last year's record. The total number
of positions distributed last year
amounted to 273, while oly 117 were
given out until June 1.
7 hose who received a;: iointulentts
this w «eek areaS follows-t: Mari' 4.
Lyc,'1), l Sinsrct.or ci Fre'nch,'Short-
r'iidgen .h ig school, Inian"2iaj)Olis, lmd:.
Agne De~no,'12.EnglshTravers'
City;-. ayeHill, '14, mathema'11 ('tics,
Stegi; ildred lArms tr'ong, rad1.,
English andt atnTecumnsehl; Annie
Thoas '1, ati, asting<_s; Annaii
i.. Knevels, '15, lhistory, Grand Ledge;,
Iron Montain; NvaNorton, '15, bi-
ology.0!helse; ad ernie Stew art.
10, Iuisrh and history, C'heboyg4an.
FOR pET~T rate rnity or soror-
ity best located lace in the city.
See Wtarren Agentcy for particuilars,
nd~ price. 317Frs National B1ank~
Best values in tennis rascket at
Switzer's, 310State.
University Ave. P1harmacy Fountain
Pens and Students Supplies. tf
Starks Taxicab
Taxis e5. Cars by the hour, Baggage.
Phone 2255. 209 IV. Huron.
Ax lationtyptile outbjoard motor man-
ufacturing concern wants ten. sales-
men to coverlake ad summer re-
so rts. Pleasant,?1pro;fitable outdoor oc-!
cuipatiorn. Address :,.. E. Michigan

Ilooinicld McGrath's

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If you are hot, tired and thirsty
come .to the

Formerly Webbzs
ITII SODA [OIJNJIN MAT IS LIBRlAL

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Save time at noon a-nd night by dropping in for
one of our special .lunches,

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Home Made Candies

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Voice

'DO 'YOU NEED?.
Fixiures, Wiring, Fans, Vacum Cleaners
Lamps, Toasters, Grills,lIrons, Bells, Flash
Lights, MazdaN, Percolators', Electrical
equipment of any kind.

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Ain Organ
Theory
brWanches of Music

Are taught at the

ty School olMusic.
MAYNARD STREET

.Lunches
Delta Care and Quality

DELT
wr State and Packard pli

QUALIT Y

bone A817

GARRI___ WeeMay_1
Mtinees IDaily'
- DETROIT_______
esting, Instructive, Entertainivg!
A Studies, and the irresistible Cartoon Ct med ies.
he "(eretiry of the NayY, fThe ilion Iosephus ]lunlel1
u ; nuder, and O[Iitcers of the1U. S. avty

Copies of the next number of Camn-
pus News; Notes, bulletins published
lay the niversity, will leave the press
btenJune 10 and 20. Be sides sto-
ries of genieral interest to the Campus
ainil alumni, akrticles re-gardfing the
Uanion campaign for fuBnds among
alumrni will be included in the issue.
FnIsRSSIN DA8TES
(Continued from pa-,e 1)
third, Wilkie (Y-ale); fourth, Richard-"
s,(Princeton) fifth, Riley ()art-
mouthi). Time-48 sec.
Shot put-Fhirst, L.A. Whitney (Dart-
month) ; second, Ileatty (Columbia);
third, McCutcheon (Cornell) ; fourth,
Spears (Dartmouth). Distance 49 ft.
4 7-8 in.
Two-mile run-First, Potter (Cor-
nell) ; second, Overton (Yale) ; third,
Poffmire (Cornell); fourthi, IHolden
(Yalo);: fifth, 'Cook (MT.I.T.).- Time-
T 1am mer 'thow- -First, Bailey
(Mine); reco, MeVCutcheon (Cor-
nell) : hr, upy(Plenn) ;, fourth,
Lou-ib ridge (Yale); :fifth, 'Leadhbette'r
(Bowvdoin). Dirtaucce-165 ft. 3-4 in.
22-adlow Hurdles--First, Stewar't
(Prirnceton) ; second, S 0nih(Harard):
third, Bon(Peinn lae; foturth1,
Bradly (Coluimbiai) ; fifth, Crawfordl
(Princeton ). hTiie--- -tI''5 sec.
l~oe vul--Frs, (c etwenCarter
(Yale), Greey(Hfarvard), 1Foss .(Cor-
nell), at 12 feet; fourth, Biker (Prince'
ton) ; fifth, Wilson (Michi ani).
22C-yad ~dah--Fist, Sith (Michi-
g2 l;;scondl, Tsh (Harvard);
tl .. Tfreadway(\ ale);fortfh, Lock-
HA/-mle ru- Fist, ' hMeredith
(Pe n~ ; eco~l.Spied- ~(Cornell);
thid, ia~s(Princeton) ; fourth, Cap-
i:_(;la rard); fifth, C'oolcov (Prince-
ton). Time-1 :54 2-5.
Broad lump--First, Worthhigton
(Dartm.-outh); second(, Graham (Columii-
bia); third, French (Maine); fourth,"
Richards (Corniell) ; fifth, Frederick"s
(Dartmiouth). Best Distance-23 It.
9 1-4 in.
WIESH. .TRACK MEI'1
(Continued from page 1
-121 ft. 6 in.
Tw\o-mile run-Barnett (A) first,
Meehan (F) second, 13ouma (F) third.
Time-10 min, 54 sec.
Hammer 'throw-Smith (F) first,
Blacklock (A) second, Luken (A)
third. Distance--112 ft. 7 in.
One-mile relay-Aggies (Krebs, Fra-
ser, Jewett, Brusselbach) won; Michi-
g;an (Scofield, Shiadford, H-ardell, Kru-
ger). Timie-3 min. 37 sec.

Call taxi
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2280

5221

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Owing to the recent success
and demand for another,

University Ave. Pharwacy Martha
Washidgton Candy, Ci-ans, Cigarettes
and Tobacco. tI

Leather gift books for aj friend, the
best gift for a college chuim. The Fos-
ter house of Art. tr
Call 106 for large flat racks for in-
itaigparties.

rre V c i 335 S. Main:fSt. Phone 2153M

exhibition

'Thy Greek ? E¢yth

m t (iishi s lExclusive NAav al S -tach or tf in
OF 1915
I1LIP'PINI:S Of'YESTERDAY AND "TOD)AY_
Life, C'ustoms, S5por's From Savages to Civilizati )n
A NA :NLC\I 13. sPl-AYOIFt
C~ iulit 'I' ll'I~r t'iit- lCi y1 11:1Il Pr c I(L N w ViCie{S'.
Owt''0:1 111 3A(1
- A DAY I PARADISE
Tray Leo Stein-Music By Edmnond Eyslor
~-Cecil Lean sand Brilliant
Adtpted 1,} i ar Smith-fLyrics I)Vy HetbcrI, I-eyo)d sand
$1 arnehe Metrrill-Staged Cby 1Ben ri mu

will again be presented

Mlain Sts.
Place for Your

THE STATE SAVINGS BANK
ANN AlkBOR, MICH.
CAPITAL S FOCK SiOO,000.00
SURPLUS AND PROFPITS $S125,00.00
Win. J. Booth, Pres., Wm krnold, Vice-Pre
John C. Waltz, Cashier. 11. A.Beah. Asst' Cash

Arm"v

A&A A paint suitable for painting
01(1 floors, either hard or soft
i wood, dries hard, leaves that
)r P a m tsoft, velvet finis. Made in
ten colors.
s are $1.25 per gallon; 633 hail gallon; 35c per qu~rt.
,tuersanddealers ln Wall Papers, Pali ats, Oi1s anid Glass,

at 7:15 o'cloc,In

Obs ervatory Hollow

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