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June 10, 1916 - Image 10

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The Michigan Daily, 1916-06-10

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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GO TO LYNDON
For FRESH Eastman Films
GUARANTEED ,Film Developing
Best VELOX Prints

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Small Steam Hae lt
(Furnished or Unfurnished)

Ann Arbor Distributor of Kodaksi
All the Latest Models

719 N. University
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"Ait the Sign of the Kodak"

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We would like to show theses flats
to Married Students. They are just
right for two or three people.
You may resiirve a flat for neat col-
lege yeav--NOW .

PHONe i . WM L O M PHONE
1661) ®1713M
Malcolm Blo k..604 E. Liberty S.
Igo) Y u Kno that two-third-, of the full page
'.. .LJ ~cuts in the forepart of the i 91z6
Michiganensian are from negatives made by S'WAIN ? He has a
hundred others just as good---they make fine Commencement Gifts.
Call and see them at 7 13 E. University.
Faculty M eni, Poet Graduates, and Others
who will need
C APSA D
during Commencement week should be measured
at this store as soon as convenient.
We have correct styles for every senior class,
and hoolds in colors of all American and foreign
iuniversities,
(Third Floor)

of all kinds. Of tis number 279 were
freshmen, 202 were sophomores, 135
were juniors, whi:ile only 54 seniors
took advantage of the bureau. In re-
gard to the number of students from
the different colleges of the univer-
sity, the literary school leads with
315 men who have applied for work,
the engineering school is second with
201 applications, while the homeo-
pathic school is last with only 7 ap-
plicants.
From carefully prepared statistics
Lovejoy has calculated the =living ex-
penuses of a student in the various col-
leg es of the university. These figures
show the minimum expense of a stu-
dent at Michigan for one year is $282,
while a liberal calculation puts the
amount at $691. Taking the average
of these two amounts, it is seen that
the ordinary student at Michigan
spends about $461 each year while he
is in school. The amount expended for
clothes ranges from $25 a year as the
minimum up to $100 per annum as
the maximum amount spent by each
student. Incidentals range from $15
to $150.
The following is a chart showing
the number of jobs given out each
month during the past year:
Total Jabs to June 1, 3,390

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Malipees- #AReekCK
Tue., Thu. Sat. JN
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"Rebecca of S nybrookFarfn
Orpheum T heatre
The Horns of Paramount and
Triangle Photoplays
Matinees, 2:0O, 3:t5 Evening, 6:45, 8:15
9:30 Saturdays -Holidays Continuous
Sat. to-If. B. Warner ill "The Raiders."
Triangle Comedy. gvening isc.
Sun.-Mon. 11-12-Mary Pickford in "The
Vternal Grind." Burton 1-olnmes'Trav-
els. Fvenings inc.
Tues., 13-Douglas Fairbanks in "The
Habit of Happiness." 'triangle Coin-
eely. Evening 15c.
ADE
Shows at 3:oo, 6:-,o. 8:oo, 9:30
Sat. i0-Marguerite Clayton in "Daught-
er of the City" and "Trip Around the
World." 31.
Childrens Matinee, 4:3o, Tennyson's
"Eu och Arden."
MVon., 12-- ;thel Clayton in "Dollars and
the Woman," and Musty Stiffer Comn-
edy. 15C.
Tuies., 13-John MT~ason and~ Clara Whip-
pie in "The Reapers," and Mutt and
Jeff Cartoon.
and '

Special Low Fare
Tours toA
NewYork and Boston
and to manry other Atlantic Coast, New England
and Canadian Points
Tickets oan sale daily, June 1st to Sept. 30th
Return Limit 30 ]Days
NewYork k3 170 Boston $305
and RE T UR N °°°- and Return '1.5 -

Michigan Central
"The Niagara Falls .Route"
Circe To rs ixtydaycircuit tours may be ar-
Circie Tou r anxtydato New York and Boston,
including lake and river routies, and more extended circuit
tours, partly by ocean, including meals and berth on ocean
steamers, at reduced summer fares.
For suggestions as to delightful trips, information as to fares,
routes, etc., tickets and sleeping car reservations, apjly to
Michigan Central Ticket Agents

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NTRAL,

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THE Tl vAIL TO POP'S

lG>Cl :.7to 4 Z'1 GO Q

Sept. 20
Oct. 20
Nov. 20
Janl. 1
Feb. 1
March 1
April 1
May 1
June 1

FOR

STRAW HAT DAY

AT THE

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fFACTORY HAT STORE
Near Allnel fHotel lib E. Huron St.
WHEN THE WIND'S
BLOWING
Y{OU might just as
well not smoke at all
unless your cigarette has
reiytaste and aroma.
Perhaps you've tried
CiQqareltes
some windy Spring day at the
game and already know the
difference,
" From Morning Till Night

N !h -e t e h n r cr w s reWith th eir sin ilino faces lbe a xin, -
Inz the evening after showA timeI--
]in the fall or spring or- sniov-timle--
Join thle i2alig some happy eveing--
{et your face h1e wreathed with smiles-
'It will solve the old tit-te riddle-
W hen you've listened to a fiddle---
I t a dance the whole long night-timc-
You will find it's just the right timge,
And the place to sohl,3 tte rolem-
, '-hcre they come from miles antd miles,
Dow:.n on Thiayer Street and~ Monroe--
1 o\ n at Pop's-that's where they g o-
POP BANCROFT

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Las Chce

A few, "all wool", $10 and $12
LIGHT CRASH SUITS at
$80-50

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Don't Miss Buying

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3, 7 and 8:34 P. M.

Department Paper, at 20clb.
Testead of 35c
oteooks, t Loose Leaf
Looks and all other
oodi in Our Store At

BARGAINS IN
RAIN- COATS
Bathing Suits

TODAY and TONIGHT
Harry T. Morey In
"The ]LawerDecides"
SUNDAY ONLY
Vivian Marlin In
t"A Modern Thelma"

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VARSITY UNDERWEAR
MADE ?to Fli and WEAR

Athletic Cut

ALLt ARRANGEMENTS CO-MPLETEID
FOR ANNUALJ SENIOR PARTY
Only a few tickets remain on sale
for the Senior reception, to take place
on Monday, June 26, in the Armory.
These may be obtained at Wahr's or
from any °of the committee men.
Decorations for the af -air are in
charge of Albert Gans, '16, and one
of the features is to be a solid ceil-
ing of maize and blue. Mlusic for the
dance will be furnished by Fischer's
orchestra from Kalamazoo. The grand
march will start at 9:00 o'clock, and
(lancing will continue until 3:00
o'clock.

34D S. STATE ST.

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Fifty cents buys a classy sport
shirt for tenntis. Davis, 119 S. int Patronize business men -who adver-
street.tize in Thle Michigan Daily. *
Look over the advertisements ii} Taste then-i, you'll ask for. more.
The Michigan Daily. They will in- Those Maize and -Blue chocolates that
terest you. * Bloomfield is selling.,.

Varsity Toggery Shop
1107 South University Avenue

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Emms~kL U'Etime
A FRIEND IN NEED
v"°Con Proof" hsue Book

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