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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Like Good Trisnds
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Smart Clothes
wear well. The longer you
wear them, the better you like
them, because they are the
product of artists and master-.
craftsmen. Their superior
qualities-discovered through
i n t i m ate acquaintance--
prove it.,

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Latest
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Tinker &'
FURNISHERS a
Corner of S. State

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SUNDAY SERVICES IN
ANN AROR CHURCHES
First Baptist Church
Rew. John Aa.'on Wells preaches at
10:30 o'clock on 'The Supreme
Choice."
Presbyterian' Church
lP:r. Leonard A. Barrett twil speak
at 10:130 o'clock on "The' Law of Obe-
dience in Meeting the Problems of,
Life."
St. aarew's IE piscopa I (i ihrcli
Rev. henry W. Tatlock will preach
at 10:30 o'clock.
First Congregational Church
At 10:30 o'clock the Rev. George
L. Cady of Lansing will preach on
"The Gospel for an Industrial Age."
IL E. Church
Rev. A. W. Stalker preaches at 10:30
o'clock.
Unitarian Church
At 10:30 o'clock the Rev. Frederick
J. Gauld of Toledo will preach on the
theme, "The Religion of an American
Citizen."
('hurch of Christ (D)isciples)
Rev. George W,*Knepper will preach
at 10:30 o'clock on "The Lure of the
Unknown."
First Church of Christ, Scientist
"God the Only Cause and Creator,"
will be the subject at the 10:30 o'clock
NEW LIFE INSURANCE

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traw Hats
is and Panamas
Weaves and
[es.
Company
nd HATTERS
and William Sts.
Ju stly Prou d
Knowing you're correctly at-
tiredl is certainly allowable--and
worth while.
The approved, the only prop-
er, and the copfortable dress for
the tennis court comprises the
smart flannel trousers.
Likewise for the lawn or gar-
den party, "iannels" and a natty
blue coat are the accepted mode.
Favorites, too, at the seaside re-
sorts.
We've a plentiful assortment
of fashionable woolens for out-
ing garments at reasonable cost.
309 So. Main
S14 So. State

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START RIGHT

Lindenschmitt, Ap fel&Co

The Stein-Bloch Co. 1916

The American Law Book Company

27 Cedar St.

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New York, N. Y.

V HETHER IT BE a Black, Tan, or
Brown Oxford with Rubber Sole and Heel,
Leather Sole and Rubber Heel, or Leather
S3ole and Heel, we have it at
$4.50, $5.00, $5.50, $6.00 or $7.00
in Calf, Vici Kid and Shell Cordovan Leathers

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CAMPUS BOOTERY

308 S. State Street

Don't throw away that old trunk. We Come back next fall and take a
will repair it. Koch & Henne, 300 course at Hamilton Eusiness College
South Main. tf and you will be in line for a better
job when you leave Michigan. tf
Taxi 2255, open under new manage- -----------------
:ent. tf Call 830 for saddle ponies. tf

leave Copy
at
Quarry's and
The Delta

LAESIH E
ADVERTISI NG

Leave Copy
at
Students'
Supply Sore

LOST
LOST-A small gold watch and pen
on north side of river above dam or
on Whitmore Lake road. -Reward
Finder being to Miss Carlisle, New-
berry Residence. 34.63
LOST-Will the person who exchang-
ed "Bond Street" overcoat at Hotel
Wentworth, Lansing, May 27, please
call 396. 910 Cornwell Place.
LOST-A Monk fraternity pin and a
Round-U7p pin, both with initials,
"R. J. K." Finder please notify
Kell, 2220. j4,6.
LOST-Lady's blue serge coat. Square
white collar. On field, cap night.
Please phone Daily office. 1). J.
Cooper, 536 Detroit. j4
LOST-H. M. Stevenson, gold watch.
Round monogram, "C. M. S. on back.
Reward. Notify Sporley, 422 Ham-
ilton Place, phone 2121-J. j4,6
LIST-Checked cap, size 7 1-8, Friday
afternoon in library. Finder return
to Daily office for reward. j4
LOST-Memorial Day, gold chain and
fob. Call 1554. Reward. j2,3,4

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FOR RENT- Modern five-room fur-
nished house for summer months.
Bath, electricity, gas, piano. Ex-
cellent location. Phone 2013-M.
j4,G,7,8-9-1 0
FOR RENT-A cottage at Cavanaugh
Lake. Inquire at 702 Church St.
Phone 1492-W. j4
FOR RENF partment eentrally 10-
cated, modern rent, telephone

The New York Life Insurance Com-
pany has issued a new policy that is
appealing strongly to college men and
women. It is an Accelerative Endow-
ment Policy combining Life In-
surince for the family Endow-
ment Insurance for the insured. Per-
manent Disability and Double Indem-
nity Benefits all in one contract, at
practically Life Premium Rates, which
makes it possible for you who are in
college or about to graduate to pro-
tet and compensate those who made
possible your attendance at Michigan.
If you are interested we will be glad
to tell you more about this new pol-
icy, when you call ask for T. A. Lowry,
the "New York Life Man," Phone 1978.
The automobile with the Michigan
"M" is a summer office maintained for
the benefit of Seniors. Don't hesitate
to ask for information because you
think you can't afford it just now.
Even that difficulty might be over-
come. j4-6
Regatta Ball at Armory. Friday,
June 9. Dancing from 9-2. Fischer's
Kalamazoo Orchestra. Tickets at
Regatta Ball at Armory. Friday,
June 9. Dancing from 9-2. Fischer's
Kalamazoo Orchestra. Tickets at
Busy Bee.
At Granger's-Regular assemblies
will be held at Granger's every Wed-
nesday and Saturday evening up to
and including June 24.
Regatta Ball at Armory. Friday,
June 9. Dancing from D-2. Fischer's
Kalamazoo Orchestra. Tickets at
Busy Bee.
Plate and 100 cards, $1:50, at
Sheehan's. tf
Victrolas, $15 and $25, for your
Canoe. Schaeberle & Son. tf
hIGH GRADE POSITIONS
We have high grade openings for
young men who wish to enter the field
of Life Insurance Salesmanship. I
will be pleased to go into the details
of our proposition with you. Phone
735-M for appointment. Harry Bacher,I
516 1 . Madison. j2,3

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Arcade

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willigive three shows
Sun., June 4th
of the remarkable Photoplay
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FOR SALM.
FOR SALE-A physician's operating
chair in first class condition. Phone
29. 402 East Huron street. j3,4
WANTED
WANTED--Good typewriter. Address
"W" care Daily. ' j2,3,4,6,7,8
MISCELLANEOUS

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To Seniors
From New York Alumni
We can helpyou socially, to
find a suitable home, and in
business, if you will make
yourself known to us prompt-
ly on arrival in New York.
If you will seek a position,
bring a University reference.
Us of M..Club of N.Y.
Pres.: C. A.Riegelman,'99
44 Cedar St., Tel. John 972
Sec'y;U . s. A. Stone, ' 2
Si Fulton St.,* Tel. Beekman, 4225

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An experienced cook wantsa ,
tion in a fraternity for the
school year. Address A. B.,
Daily.

next
care
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Every dollar of the proceeds goes
to the relief fund
SHOWS at 3,6.130 and' 8 O'CLOCK

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Socialist lecture at M. B. A. Hall,
E. Washington between Fourth and
Fifth avenues. German speaker,
June 4th at 8:00 o'clock p.. m. Free
admission j4

Admission:

Adults, l0c; Children, 5c

Opportunity knocks ! Every
business world if he succeeds.
ty values is an asset which
you.

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A knowledge of proper-
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Why not acquaint yourself with Detroit Real
tate? WE TRAIN INEXPERIENCED MEN
BECOME PRODUCERS. Our men make good.
you want to be one of our organization ?
For information write

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Hear the Latest Victor Dance Records
Lefus send you some on our twenty-four hour
approval plan.
A STYLE IV. VICTROLA FOR YOUR CANOE
See us before buying.
GRINNELL BROS., 116 So. Main St.
Piano Tuning and Repairing by Experts Phone 1707

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CANOE LIGHTS
These lights work from batteries and will throw a bright light
for several hundred feet

Adjustable to any position
Two sizes.................. A"6'0
The Eberbach ' Son Co.
200-204 E. Liberty St.

R. H. TAYLOR, 2230 Penobscot Bldg., DETROIT

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