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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WALK-0VERiS 5
dollars is a good fair price.
to us and fair to the customer.
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Are you going back home
without a Scrap Book and
some pictures of University
_ife?
LYNDON
Special for 10 days: "M" Books only 90o

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

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OUR PRICES RANGE FROM $28,OO UP

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ANY
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COLOR
Rubber or Lealher Sles
Walk-Over Boot Shop
115 S. MAIN ST.

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- 1DETROIT
Lyman H. Howe presents
le U. S. NAVY
of 191
and other fateresliug films
GLA SS DAYIPLANS
NEARLY "'COMPLETE

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Bloonificid & McGrath's

- Sophomore
1112 S. Univ. Ave

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T lE PLACE TO GO
WhEN DOWN TOWN
Cooling Drinks
of all Kids,
Cream deliveredto any part of the city
116 S. Main St.
Phone 166

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-]Dr. Reuben Peterson of the Medical
School will leave on June 9 for Vassar
College to attend the graduation exer-
cises of his daughter.
--Dean Wilbert B. 11insdale of the
Homeopathic Medical School will re-
turn to Ann Arbor today from Akron,
Ohio, where he lectured before the
Summ-it County Medical Society on
"The Making of Doctors: What Can
They Do When Made ?'
-Libra lu' 7. W., i itasp h iaced an
interesting collection of postcards, pic-
turing the libraries of about 80 col-
leges and universities of America and
England, in the library exhibition cas-
es. Mr. Koch says he has been collect-
ing the cards by various means for the
past ten years.
-Regular weekly dances on Friday
nights will be held at the Union during
the summer session. A committee
will be chosen by the president to take
charge of the affairs.
--Round-up club will hold an initia..
tion tonight at 5:45 o'clock. Follow-
ing the initiation ceremonies, the mem-
hers will hold a dance at the Union.
-Michigan Dames, society of the wiv-
es of married students, hold their an-
nual picnic at 3:00 o'clock next Sat-
urday on the Island. All married stu-
dents and their wives are invited.
--Rain during the last few days ha in-
terrupted the progress of the campus
championship golf tourney. No match-
es have. been played for several days
but the tourney will be finished as soon
as weather conditions will permit.
-Names of junior and senior initiates
to the Aristolochite, honorary phar-
maceutical society will be announced
the latter part of the week.
TENNiS SEISON CLOSES WITH
ALUIMNI GAME AT FERIIY FS FLU I

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Are taught at the

School of usi
MA\ NA<D ST REEt

WILL 11HOLD EXERCISES OUTSIDE
Class Day programs are rapidly be-
ing completed by the various senior or-
ganizations, the senior lits and the
senior engineers having the speakers
all appointed and plans fully complet-
ed. The exercises will be held in the
open air, each class choosing a differ-
ent part of the campus for its program.
The senior literary class will assemble
around Tappan Oak, where the exer-
cises will take place, while the senior
engineers will hold their program be-J
tween the physics and the engineering
buildings.
P. H. Crane has charge of the senior
lit program, and has announced the
following officers for the occasion:
President's address, Harry Gault; poet,.
Irving E. Bender; prophet, M. McPher-
son; historian, Margaret Foote; orator,
Samuel Witting. The exercises will
commence at 10:00 o'clock, Tuesday,
June 22.
0. W. Hall, president of the senior
engineering class, has completed the
list of speakers for his class, and they
iclude: Orator, Herbert Bockstahler;
class memorial address, Gordon Mc-
Cabe; class history, Carl Johnson and
an address by the president. The pro-
gram will be given at the same time
and day as the senior lit exercises.
Speakers for the other classes will
be announced at a later date, as they
have not for the most part been com-
pleted in every detail.
YESTERDAY'S BA TTLES FINISH
INTERIICLASS BASEBALL SEASON
With the completion of the two con-
tests yesterday afternoon in interclass
baseball, this year's diamond struggles
are finished for the Year. All three
of the leading teams showed promising
material. The complete standing of

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We'll Make
YOU THIS PALN BEACH
Suits in 5 Days

) ficers and Orators Announced
.Engineering and Literary
C'hairne"

by

Formerly Webbs
Tilt SODA FOUNTAIN THAT IS LIBERAL

If you are hot, tired and thirsty
come to the

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

ONE of

the greatest offers

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on a hot weather suit
ever made. We guarantee it.
We know that if you get one of these
crash suits you will be more comfortable
this summer than you have ever been before.
The wind blows through it and you are as
cool as a man in an ice house all the while.
The suits are light, made of the highest
quality material and very inexpensive.
You get the. high quality of our
Made-to-Measure Service on these suits,
same as on all others. The same guarantee
as to fit. You get the same styles, same
workmanship. Some crash suits you
may have seen possibly did not have the
style. They were not made by us. Come
in and get measured today and get your
suit five days later.

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t tip with Deltai Care and Quality

SERVICE

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CQVALITY

Corner State and Packard

Phone 817

)0 "YOU NEED1-"TO
Fixtures, WIring, Fans, Vacuumn Cleaners
Lamnps, Toasters, Grills,Irons, Bells, Flash
Lights, Mazttas, Pereoiatorsi, EleciricaI
equtpmnent of aniy kind.
Ernest Electric .Co.
35 S. Main St. Phone 2153-M
605 E. William
* Because wte give

Powerful Detroit Team Expected to
Pli 11~Stong Fight agaiiis
1l chig"a 1vegu l.rs
With a match against the Detroit
alumni at Ferry field tomorrow morn-
ing, the Varsity tennisteam will close
its season. The Detroit men have not
decided how many men will compose
their team, but it is likely that six
men wili come.
If this is the case, the Varsity will
be able to present its full strength,
with the four regulars and Cohen and
Polasky in the lineup.. Eaton may
play but it is not probable. Captain
Reindel, Crawford, Mack, and Switzer,
playing in that order will be the other
contestants for the Wolverines.
The Detroit team will be 'composed
of Atkinson, Donovan, Owen, and Hib-
bard, if four men make up the team,
with Stone and Bowen being the addi-
tional men. All of these players are
regular members of the Detroit tennis
club's team and should give the Var-
sity some good competition.
The two teams will probably lunch
at the Union after the game is over.
According to precedent, only the four
men who made the eastern trip Will
receive the Varsity "M." These will
probably be authorized at the meeting
of the board of control tomorrow.
Expect Return of Prof. F. Scott Today
Prof. F. N. Scott is expected home
today from Columbia, Mo., where hel
spoke Wednesday before the chapter of1
Phi Beta Kappa of the University of;
Missouri.

J. KARL M
604 E. LIBERTY ST.

You alwaysSwElERS
find New LANDS
Things in 1R s ,LIyE
our Store ARE SILVERS(i( 5AN
Graduation Time is

WATCH OUR
SHOW
WINDOWS
Ne ring-

the teams in the first
season follows:
Junior laws ....'....
Fresh lits ..........
Fresh medics ........
Soph engineers......
Junior dents .'...... .
Pharmics............

division for the

won
5
4
3
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lost..Pct.
1 .833
2 .667
2 .600
3 .500
4 .333
5 .000

This is one of the events in the career of your son or daughter that will
always be treasured in his or her memory and yours.
We would isuggest as a Gift a Good Reliable Watch
The instrument of punctuality, doubtless the most important factor for success in
the business world.
Whether it be a Watch, Diamond Ring, or a Set Ring, a Lavallier, Umbrella, Vanity
Cases, Brooch, Bracelet, Fountain Pen, or hundreds of things whtch we
might mention, you will find them here at remarkable low prices.
SCHLANDERER & SEYFRIED, 113 E. Liberty St.

J ILAW RA LLPLAYERS
COP CAMPUS
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Quick Service

TITLE

Large Variety

Cheaper Meals

CAFETERIA

The Convenient Place

END YOUR BAGGAGE HO DE BY AMERICAN EXPRESS
St dents who are oi , home at tininm ud have trunks or personal
ngings to take with them will find tlat the canmw ae themjselves both
>le and expense if they phone 1 4 aml arrange to have their shipments
by express.
An American Express man will ll for your ;sip 1 ^ rt, car it to the
q, insure it up to $5Q, and in tmost cases deliver it at your home dloor
out any additional charge beyond tle regular express rate.
'his enables you to send goods home "charges collect." Don't worry
et about your baggage; let me look after this personally for you.
cnt, Am=ercau Express Company

Waller, 1b..........3 2 0 9 0 0
Britton, ss.......... 3 1 1 0 3 0
Toial ............33 7 8 21 8 6
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E
Junior Laws...2 0 3 2 0 5 0-12 7 5
Fresh Lits.....3100030-78 6
Summaries: Bases on Balls-off
Rowan 1, off Ohlmacher 7. Struck out
by Rowan-Riley,' Lambert 3, Loeb 2,
by Ohhmacher-Martin, Rowan, Thom-
as, Nichols, Thornell 2. Passed balls
-Perry. Stolen bases-Reem 2, Lam-
bert, Ohlmacher, Waller, Britton,
Brown 2, Brownell, Rowan, Stevens,
Scott, Nichols. Double plays-Rowan,
Thornell, Stevens. Umpire Davidson.

FOR RENT-One store and two small.
steam-heated apartments. 604 E. Lib-
erty. J. K. Malcolm. 1713-M or 1661-
J. f
When you break, a window glass,
telephone Switzer's Hardware to have
it replaced.

Starks Taxicab
Taxis 25c. Cars by the hour, Baggage.
Phone 2255. 209 W. Huron.
Horse and runabouts, everything
new, complete livery. Phone 106.
University Ave. Pharmacy Drugs
and toilet articles. Phone 416. tf

City Taxi Co. Phone 2350.

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University Ave. Pharmacy Martha
Washington Candy, Cigars, Cigarettes
and Tobacco. V

Best values in tennis rackets
Switzer's, 310 State.

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Phone 2350.

City Taxi Co.

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3i for <$ ii, l, t Switzor's, 310 i

e gavie or after play-
ry a ;v soda. Van
~, 7Q3 Paickar~d St. tf-

Dr i ales onl, assistant pro-
fessor of b'otany andl irCltuor of the
botanical gardens, left yesterday for
Fresmo, California, wee Ie wHi be
married on June 9 to Miss Eleanor
Ahleodolinda attei of that city. After
the wcHdding ceremony, and, a short
trip, I'oressOr Cleason wiii return to
dirth "tio10ek1ti l sta-
ion :t Dougls Lake, tis sumnier.

Elrge f' 'Iat racks

REMEMBER, MR. STUDENT

"THAT all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy!"
THAT an hour's diversion at the Majestic Billiard Hall costs but 20c!
THAT we will be doing business all the summer!
THAT we carry a first class line of candies and tobaccos!
THAT we thank you for your past patronage. We trust that you will have a pleasant
vacation. We will be glad fo see you again next Fall.

for in-

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plies.

Fery FeldWriem Up in againe
'm 1rm field is favorably commnented
on by LaIrnce Perry in "Baseball---
ii Themideal Collee Came," an article it
tf h June Scribners. Mr. Perry give
a brief history of The feld and remark
tf oi its excellent faciliies for the sport j

The

Majestic

B-1illiard

Hall

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