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THE-~MiIC'AN DAILY

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early blossoms
pervade the
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Smuart Clothes
'now ready here

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Exhibit o Straw Hats
Sailors, Barnkoks and _Pan amuras
in the Latest Wieaves anid
Styles.
Tinker &pCopanyd
FURNISHERS and HATTERS
Corner of S. State and William Sts.

STAWS

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If It's at the Vig Store, it's Corn

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A-ppearance
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Straws $3, $4,$5

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Banqu j!et and Annualn Address,
Giveni Friday by Frederic
Coudtert of New York

ORDER OF THE COlF TO
INITIATE 11 LAMAKERS

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Lindenschmitt, Apfel & Co.

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WHETHER IT BE a Black, Tan, or
Brown, Oxford with R~ubber Sole and Heel,
Leather Sole and Rubber Heel, or Leather
Sole and Heel, we have it at
$4.50, $5.00,1$5.50, x$6.00 or $7.00
in Calf, Vici. Kid and Shell Cordovan Leathers

CAMPUS BOOTERY

308 S. State Street

CANOE LIGHTS-
These lights work from batteries and will throw a bright tight
for several hundrcd feet
Adjustable to any position flfl's 6 0
~Two sizes -
The Eberbach & Son Co.
200-204 E.. Liberty St.

The Order of the Coif, national lHon-
orary legal society will initiate 11
members of the senior law clas,4 this
afternoon. The namves of the initiates
will be announced tomorrow.
Membership in this society is based
upon scholarship. The organization
includes all of the leading law schools
of the United States and its n1mmbrs
represent the best products of thec
law schools in recent years. CU-I:;P
ters of the Coif are now insta lled in1
16 schools and its honorary mebr-
ship list includes many prominent ad-
vocates.
Dean Henry M. Bates of the local
Law School is national president of
the society. Other officers are 'Pro-
fessors Underhill Moor~ and Walter
WV. Cook of flte University of Chicago,
WVilliam E,. lMikell of the University of
P'ennsylvana, Manley 0. lhudson >>of
the University of' Missouri, andtiI-on.
Nathan W. MacChesney of Chicago.
The banquet and annual public ad-
dress will be given on next Fridaly,
the Honorable Frederic R. Couderit,
the leading attorney of New York
city, being the speaker. 1Bescides be-
ing a brilliant and able lawyer, Mr.
Coudert is probably the foremost
American attorney practicing in ini-
ternational law. The address, which
will be open to the public, will be held
at Hill auditorium on Friday at 4 :15
o'clock.
ALUMNI PUBLISH NEW BOOKS
llsanQIehester, '19-111, and Jobjnson,
'QAre Latest Anthors
"The Trial of the Indoor Outer"
and "Notes on Travels" are the titles
of the latest books written by Michi-
gan alumni..
Rtay E. Manchester, '09-'11L, is the
author of the first book. It is a sim-
ple account of the adventures of a
plain city dweller in the great out-
doors and the. pleasures he found
there. Mr. Manchester is a teacher
in the state normal at Oshkosh, Wis-
consin.
The other book was written by Solo-
mon Johnson, 'SOL, and is a graphic
acount of a trip around the world
which Mr. Johnson and lhis brother
made.
SENIOR SOCIETY CHOOSES TEN

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From a similarly appearing
p iece of cloth, two suits can
be tailored to retail at $1.5
nd $25 respectively.
Ini the show windows they
wil look like twins.
BUST - wvheni worn, one wlll
hold its shape and sat isfly you
about a month, while the
other will serve you faith ully
a year or two.
The latter-made to personal
mneasure by El). V. PRICE
&CO., CHICAGO, largest
tailors in the world of GOOD
madue-to-order clothes - are
the kind I offer you.
S14 54. Staa

Straw Hats

wE are sh 9wing the nobbiest line of
.Straw Hats in the city, at poPu-
uliar prices. (1 Call around and be con-
vinced, a Also another shipment of
Snort Coats and Flannel Pants.

Legthorn
Panama
Bangkok
ther WA makes at ne dollar or more
If It's Correct, It's at the Big Store

- Straw Hat's

TOM CORBETT

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116 E. Liberty St.

The Young Men's Clothier

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Senior Dentists to Go to Detroit
The whole senior dental class will
leave on the Michigan Central at 9:35
o'clock for Detroit next Friday, where
they will be the guests of Park, Da-
vis & Co. They will be given a lun-
cheon by the drug company, after
which they will be taken through the
plant. At night┬░ a banquet will be
given them at the Hotel Tuller.
Dr. C. J. Lyons and E. L. Loeffler
will accompany the class. on the trip.
Calling Cards-Order them now at
Water's University Bookstore.

IMr. (". S. Schtoepfle Reads Es-say
At a meeting of the local branch of
the American Chemical society yes-
terday afternoon, Mr. C. S. Schoeptle,
of the organic chemistry department,
read a paper on "Molecular Weights
of Free Radicals."
Keystone (Clt:feets rTonighit
At the last meeting of the Keystone
club for the year which will be held
tonight at the Union, officers will be
elected for the ensuing year. A big
final get-together of all Pennsylvania
mien is planned.

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Honor101s Junior Girls

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Looy Copy Leave Copy
at at
Qmfrry's and Students'
ADVERTI.SING

Senior Society, senior inde p enuden
women's honor society, has elc('ed
the following new mmesfrom I lhe
jun.ior class: Ethel Vail, Katlierioc
MacBride, Jeanette Armstrong, Ee
lyn ?Moore, Ruth Lentzin(er, i ee
R'ichiey, Florence Cadok.Ha lOl-
dings, Annetta Wood., Adee 'ccks
Initiation will be held Thursday, Jun
1, at Foster's Tea Roon-..
Send The Daily home. 150cfor tfle
rest of the year. *

L. J. Hoover of the Hoover Steel
Fail company of this city, has an-
noun cod tha It work on his new resi-
den, whheill cost between $35,-
000 and $000 will be started this
we ek. The new mansion will be
b flt on a 15-acre plot of ground on
tihe eastern limits of the city.
At a _,ec ting of the junior.- dents
hed esera morning in the amuphi-
thea ter of the dental building, Albert
T. Schnmutzler and Walter B. Steele
weenon tisn a ted for student council-
nw-. he(eeo ill take place in
a few dys
Bea;utiful coecet~d and ebodr
ed centerpiecrs. ake a chance, 1.0c.
(Irand Bzaar, arory, 5th Ave.
Sadl onies at c an hour. Call
s~o. tt

TeClubby Smoke -" Bull" urham
You start something lively when you produce
"Bull" Durham in a crowd of live-wires and start
4 rolling your own". That fresh, mellow-sweet
fragrance of "Bull" Durham makes everyone reach
for ithe. makings".% A hand-rolled " Bull"' Durham
cigarette brims over with zest and snap and the
sparkle of sprightly spirits.
G~u' H
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I ~S MOK I NG6 TOCCO

I.OST
LOST-On path to boathouse; lady'sl
red felt hat with hatpin. Reward
if returned to 608 Monroe St. Phone
13 87. m23,24
LOST-Raincoat in room 345 Engi-
neering building. Call 870-R. m23i
LOST-Glasses in case on which is
name F. J. Knight, Charlotte, Mich.
Finder please call 2276-J. m24
LOST-313 pipe between Eng. Bid. and
:Maj. Reward. Call 1552-W.
m24,25,26

LOST
LOST-Two rings in general library,
one diamond, one circlet of, pearls.
Finder please leave at reference
desk. m 24
TOB SALE.
FOR SALEC-In diana reports, Statutes,
Digests, text books, Cyc, Corpus
Juris, high grade sainitary oak of-
fice furniture and c'hairs. Excel-
lent location andlopl)portuinity for
practice. Willits, 212-218 Willits
Bldg., Kokomo, Indiana.
FOR RENT
TO RENT-One suite in girls' league
house for visitors to campus fes-
tivities and parties. 6-Y,710
Cathierine.

Call 830 for saddle p~onies.
Walsh Taxi Line, Phone 2255.

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Look over theadetsm t n
The Michigan D~aily. They hil n
terest you.

Made of rich ripe Virginia-Nortd
Carolina leaf, "Bull" Durham is'
the mildest, most enjoyable tobacco
m. the world.
No other cigarette care be so'
full of life and youthful vigor, as
a fresh-rolled cigarette of ",Bll"
Durham.
" Roll, your own'. with "B01l"
Durham and you ll discover a view.
joy in smoking.

Ask for FREL
package of "papers"
wgith each Se each.

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is to hear the World's Famus A rti soce n ui rroduced onl
the VICTOR VICTROLA.LtetIieRcodar eniul

Try our Record pr v Servic

FREE A iua=d%
Ro1 out arOwn'
Cig'arettes,, and " package of cigarettel
papers, will both be mie.fto san?
address in U.S. on request. Adu
.."Bull" Durham. Dutham.&NC.,
THE AM4EmiCAN ITO BACOC

LOST-Within past ten days, 1-P loose
leaf note book and math. book, both
with owner's name. Call Parks at
1680J. m24

116 South Main S!. POE10

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