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.Gl SIX. THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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

DELTA

"Art is long, Life i5 Short"

CAFE

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Ann Arbor Distributor of Kodaks
All the Latest Models

Special Attention
Given

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For Grown-ups
and Growing-ups.

719 N. University

"At the Sign of the Kodak"

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May Festival Guests

Just Received Large Shipment of this
Celebrated Brand of Summer Footwear
Coolest, Lightest. most durable of Hot Weather Shoes.
Indestructible Chrome Soles, Wedge Heels.

Oxfords $4

Shoes $4.50

WALK-

OVER BOOT
115 S. MAIN ST.

SHOP

Does Commercial and Technical
work of all kinds. If it's a particularly
difficult thing, ask him about it. Just as
Z03 E. Uivy. Ave. easy to photograph a blue print as any-
71SEt e arthing else.
IStewards! Atte-ntion! I

OR, O'BRIEN GRADUlTE
of MEDICAL COLLEGE!
Physiean Who Disappeared fron
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., Received Dip-
lern. With Class of J908
Dr. Freeman Stanislaus O'Brien, who
is reported to have disappeared in
Poughkeepsie, N. Y., on the eve of
his marriage, and who is thought to,
have been slain, is a graduate of the1
Michigan medical college, of the class
of 1908.
Dr. O'Brien came to Ann Arbor in
1903 from his home in Goshen, N. Y.
During his freshman year he was
dropped from the university owing to
poor scholarship, but this sentence was
changed to probation by the faculty.
In 1904 he came again as a freshman.
O'Brien was not active on the cam-
pus. He entered with three condi-
tions. During his last two years his
standing improved rapidly.
Upon leaving Ann Arbor, Dr. O'Brien
practiced in New York state. He re-.
ceived his license in 1910. Accord-
ing to the latest reports in the uni-
versity he has been working in Wap-
pinger's Falls.
HOUSE COMMITTEE NOT IN
FAVOR OF PANIELS' PROGRAM
IWashington, May 18.-=The H-ouse
committee of naval affairstoday dis-
credited the five-year building pro-
gram of Secretary Daniels, recom-
mending the construction of battle
cruisers in lieu of dreadnoughts, and
adopted a naval increase to cost ap-
proximately $160,000,000.
When it is reported to the House
the naval appropriation bill will car-
ry approximately $240,000,000. This
is more than $90,000,000 more than the
total of last year's bill.
Saddle ponies at 50c an hour. Call
830. tf

Matinees
ITues., Th. Sat.

GARRICK
DETROIT

Week of
May 15

Special
During

Music Every Day
Festival Week.

" JERRY"
SARCADE
Shows at 3:oo, 6;3o. 8:0o, 9:30
Fri.-19--Francis X. Bushman in "A
Million a Minute," and Drew Comedy.
Sat-2o-Vivian Blackburn in "Excuse
Me." "Trip Around the World" 28.
Myon. - 22 - Robert Edeson in "Nor a
Women's Fair Name," and Musty Suf
fer Comedy.

You will always be assured of bright,
clear pictures if you have your develop-
ing and finishing done by

ATTENTION! AMATEURS!

DAINES

& NICKELS

L Before placing your orders for fu-
ture delivery, it will pay you to call
on us. (L We can handle your busi-
ness in any quantity.

Orpheum Theatre
The Home of Paramount and
Triangle Photoplays
Matinees, 2:oo, 3:15 Evening, 6:45 8:oo
9:15 Saturdays - Holidays Continuous
Fri. -19-Constance Collier in "The Code
ofMarcia Gray."
Sat.-20-W. S. Hart in "Hell's Hinges."
(Triangle Comedy). ic.
Sun.-Mon.-ii-22 - John Barryincre in
"Trhe Lost Bridegroom."

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IIK. G. Barkoot Carnival I

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25 Big Att aetions-3 Big Free Acts
May 23 to 27
Auspices of Knights of Pythias

KYER & WHITKER
114-116 East Washington Street

Old Town Canoe paddles, $1.25 and
$2.00, also seat backs at $ .85, $1.25
and $1.50. Save money on canoe sup-
plies at Switzer's, 310 State. tt
We set glass in all parts of city.
C. H. Major & Co., Phone 237.

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OUR DOWN TOWN [LORAL SHOP.

If you have rooms to decorate call
237. C. H. Major & Co. m14-16-191
Taxi 2255, open under new manage-
ment. tf.
Walsh Taxi Line, Phone 2255. tf

Estimates on painting, papering or
decorating of any kind given by C. H.
Major & Co. Phone 237. m14-16-19,

Will attend to
your needs in

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Fresh Cut Flowers and Potted Plants
Corsage Boquets a Specialty
Full Line of Decorative Plants

Call Lyndon for good pictures.
Call 830 for saddle ponies.
For quick service, call 2255.

Don't throw away that
We will repair it. Koch &
South Main.

old trunk.
Henne, 300
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Ooodhew floral Company

225 B. LlbertySt.
Phone 1321

M ake the New Day Light Store

Your Store

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Get

your

new

Straw

Hat-We allow you 50c

for,

your

old hat

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This is an important occasion to
friends. You want to make a strik

to Graduate

you

and

Young

Men About

your

wards;
$2 up,

a new

one from

ing appearance

when

you stand up with

your class to receive your

diploma. Everyone will notice your appearance.
You owe it to yourself to be well dressed.

So come in and bring

the old hat and

get

a

new

one.

Bring

any

old hat, felt

or straw,

and get a 50c allowance.
WE HAVE ALL KINDS

We had this event in mind when we selected our
'nri spring stocks. We have clothes here which are
suited to the special needs of the occasion - which will give you the
sort of appearance you are entitled to. They are Zocfety vranb Clothes
distinctive, stylish, handsome. Zoctety Lana Clotbes are made espe-
cially for young men. Most graduates wear them. They are often
called Commencement Clothes. You will look well in them, and they
are just what you will need after graduation for business wear.
Come in some afternoon, after school, and let us show them to you.
You will be delighted with them. You will find them just what-you are
looking for. We have a great many to select from, and will be glad to
help you choose the right suit. The prices will interest you.
Will we see you in a day or two?

Bankoks,

Sailors

and

Panamas;

Leghorns

in

all of the latest Weaves

and Shapes from

$1 to $6

Ask To See Our $i

Shirts

A Big Ship-
ment of Sport
Coals in the
Blue Knit

ANN
Iwo aFlow

aert 0 G:

White Flannel
Pants
at
$5 and $6

322-324 S. Maiu St.

Next to Orpheum

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