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April 02, 1919 - Image 5

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Is91s. THE MICHIGAN DAIL-Y

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Before Going Home
Look ober our large and complete line of trabelling bags
WADHAM AND CO-.

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When Seeking Banking Facilities, Turn to This

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Bank of Efficient Service

State Street Store

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Checking ,Accounts, Savings. A
counts, Safety Deposits Vaults
Travellers' Checks
Drafts payable all over the wor
Farmers and Mechanics Bank

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Watch for our
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101-105 SO. MAIN ST.

330 SO. STATE ST. (Nickels Arcade)

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230 Upstairs

Member of the Federal Reserve

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WHEN YOU WANT THE RIGHT THING

In addition to typewriters and supplies you will find a stock of FINE
STATIONERY such as Crane's Linen Lawn, Raton's Highland Linen,
Kara Linen, Old Hampshire Bond and Vellum and other w.ll known
papeteries and pound goods at the store of

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In JEWELRY and NOVELTIES
Think of the Little Jewelry Shop in The Arcade
ARCADE JEWELRY SHOP
Carl F. Bay

0. D. MORRILL,

17 Nickels Arcade

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wae you
where you

My line of college and fraternity stationery is complete.
Miueographing, Typewriting, eagraving and Imbossing a specialty.

Golf Suits

Riding Breeches

Law-- Medical - Dental- Students
CASH

Real Custom

Tailoring

Original Designs

For Your Old 8-toks.

Other 1Jooks in exchange if desired

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BIDDLE

D. E. GRENNAN

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7No. n Nickels' Arcade

Phone 703- W

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See ""ALEX"9
CHUIC~AGO (After .Tul1.,nl ANN JARBR DEflTROITY

the best
Pictures

We are booking orders now for
JIHop Candies
i Boxes filled fresh from our case and delivered when you want them

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BETSY ROSS SHOP

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Films Developed 0ec Prints Se, 4e, se
Enlarging, Hand Coloring and Framing
Quality Work and 8 Hour Service
GIVE US A TRIAL ca
Kodak Department
ARCADE FLORAL SHOP'
NO.2 NICKELS ARCADE

POST OFFICE

SUB-STATION

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OPEN every day, except
Sunday from 8 am. to 6 p. m.

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.rusic Notes

The University School of Music
Girls' Glee club will sing at the week-
ly Thursday recital in Frieze hall.
The program will be announced later.
Frieze Memorial organ in Hill audi-
torium is a unique instrument. It was
constructed by the Farrand & Votey
Organ company of Detroit, for exhibi-

tion purposes at the World's Fair in
Chicago in 1893, at which time it
represented the acme of organ con-
struction. It was among the first
great organs to be operated by elec-
tricity.
While at the exhibition it was
heard by many thousands of visitors
and was played upon by practically
all of the great organists who were
before the public at that time. At the
close of the exposition, through the
efforts of the University School of

Music it was purchased, presiented to l
the University of Michigan and set up
in University hall, where it rep iosedi
for many years, during which time!
thousands of students heard it phayed'
upon by Dr. Stanley and other ozlgan-
ists of world renown. i

With the construction of Hill audi-
torium, special quarters were designed
for it by the architect and at the ex-
pense of many thousands of dollars
it was transferred to its new home
and completely rebuilt and modern-
ized.

New Small Stylus Pin of Same Design
New pins for Stylus are now being
made by Mr. Arnold, the jeweler,. ac-
cording to Agnes True, '19, president
of the organization. They will be
smaller cuts of the same design used
in the old pins which were too large,

and cumbersome.
"COME ON SON"'
"Dad footed the bill in 'Come 0
Dad'. Now come on son get' busy
Three dollars up per day, Spring vac
tion. Phone 1775, today.-Adv.

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"J-HOP" time is her again and the girls must look
their best.
In the preparations, the: dressing of their hair rightly takes
first place. It is not wise or' :safe to take any risk by using an
ordinary curling iron, indiff< ;rently heated.
The ELECTRIC CI JRLING IRON is safe, conven-
ient and always ready for -use-just attachi to any lamp
socket-and works far bett er than the ordinary curler.

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To Students who have been in the

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Military or Naval Service

of the Country

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WAJTID
WANTED - As soon as possible a
dentist registered in Michigan. Fifty
dollars a week guaranteed. A. G.
Rickel, 202 1-2 Washington Ave.
Lansing, Mich.
WANTED- Several men for spring
vacation work in and around De-
troit. 420 Lightner Buldg., 56 La-
fayette Blvd. Detroit. Apply as
soon as possible.
WANTED-A few men who do not go
home to work Spring Vacation. Fair
wages. Apply 721 N. University to-
day.

LOST
LOST-White Bull Terrier dog, male,
about 18 inches high, ears cut, tail
long, no collar. Please notify L.
Guthrie, 521 E. Jefferson. Phone
1422-M. Reward.
LOST-Leather note-book in Huston's
Saturday. Notes very important.
Owner's name on cover. Please re-
turn to Quarry Drug Co.
LOST- Pair of brown tortoise-rim-
med giass-es. Phone 2435-J.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Pleasant front suite one
half block from the campus, on
Washtenaw Ave. Double decker
beds. Phone 1283-J.

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Let us show you.

The Faculty of the Law School of the University of Michigan,
has arranged a special courseforthe Summer Session of 1919 and
the first semester of the year 1919-1920, in which course the stu-
dent is allowed to carry an amount of work slightly in excess of
the normal amount and thus gain the equivalent of a year of
credit. The saving of time for students who may be discharged
from the army or navy before June 23 will thus be considerable
and of great importance in aiding them to secure early admis-
sion to the bar. The course will include all subjects of the reg-
ular curriculum and will be given in the regular way by theLaw
School Staff.
Students desiring to take advantage of this course must pre-
sent official evidence of their military or naval service.
For particulars address the Dean of the, University of Michi-
gan Law School, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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THE DETR OIT EDISON COMPANY

WILL7AM AND MAIN STREETS

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Ann Arbor, Mich.

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