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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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GRADUATES

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Serge
Suit
at
$45.00
Ask
to See
Style
No. 1n1

We are graduates
Fine Tailoring.

in the Art of

Our piploma earned in the
School of long experience entitles us
to be your tailor.
For the next week we offer an excel-
lent value in Blue Serge at $45.00
with extra trousers at $15.00. A fine
shade of blue and a true one.
Our flannel and serge trousers you
wilt like.:
J. K. Malcolm
604 E. Liberty St.

This
PriCe
is good
only
as long as
the piece
of
No. 171
lasts

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"Diamonds"
Diamonds are bought for a life-
time and their choosing should be
a matter of much discrimination.
Here you may select in safety--our
diamonds are accurately described
in every detail; they are of good
quality and sold at a modest profit
Schlanderer
& Seyfried
LIBERTY STREET
CITY COUNCIL PLANS LARGE
SUMMER PAVING PROGRAM
The contract to pave Jackson ave-
nue from Huron street to the city lim-
its has been awarded, the contract
calling for asphaltic concrete pave-
ment. This will fill the gap in the
two mile paved section of the Jackson
highway without the city limits and
the pavement within the city limits.
The work will be started in about a
week.
A proposed program for paving Ann
Arbor streets for the summer of 1919
is now before the city council. This
program includes the paving of East
University avenue, from North Uni-
versity avenue to Hill street; South
University avenue, from State street
to Oxford road; Thayer street, from
Huron street to North University ave-
nue; Packard avenue, from Granger
avenue to the city limits; Catherine
street, from Main street to Division;
Fourth avenue, from Ann street to
Kingsley street; Detroit street, from
Fourth street to the Michigan Central
viaduct; Broadway, from the Michigan
Central viaduct to Swift street.
CAR COSTING LESS THAN FORD
TO BE PRODUCED IN ENGLAND
London, April 24 (Mail correspond-
ence of the Associated Press). - An
English manufacturing company an-
nounces that it is preparing to put on
the market an automobile that can be
retailed for $250 or $300.
Scarcely any wood will be used in
the construction of the car, the prin-
cipal material being a new substance
which is described as a "kind of con-
crete, light, but strong and durable,
produced from waste material such as
slag, clinkers and sawdust and cover-
ed with a metal solution."
The process of manufacture is an-
other innovation in England. All
parts, including wheels and chassis,
will be stamped out, each complete in
one piece and then fitted together.
The manufacturers expect to com-
pete with cheap American cars be-
cause "tax and freight charges are ex-
pected to raise the price of the Ameri-
can article considerably-above the fig-
ure asked from United States buyers."
MANY "VICTORY" ELMS PLANTED
IN MICHIGAN ON ARBOR DAY
Yesterday was Arbor day in Michi-
gan, and in accordance with Governor
Sleeper's proclamation, cities, towns
and rural communities throughout the
state were planting trees and holding
exercises to commemorate the Ameri-
can soldiers and sailors who died for
their country on the battlefields of Eu-
rope. In almost every city, village and
township in the state a Victory Elm
was planted, to commemorate the
triumph of freedom and democracy.
The Daily is your paper-support
it-Adv.

University of Michigan
Summer Session 1919
M'ore than 300 courses conducted by a staff
of 250 members of the regular faculties of the
University. All University facilities available
Literature, Science, and the Arts, Engineering
and Architecture, Pharmacy, Graduate Study,
Library Methods, Biological Station, Embalm-
ing and Sanitary Science, Public Health Nursing
June 30-- August 22; Medicine and Surgery,
June 30-August 8; Law, June 23-July 26 and
July 28-August 30.
The work is equivalent in method, character and credit value
to that of the academic session, and may be counted toward de-
grees. Certificates of credit and attendance issued. Many spe-
cial lectures, recitals, concerts and excursions. Cosmopolitan
student body. Delightful location. Expense low.
For further information, address
Ts E. RANKIN
Box 20, Ann Arbor, Michigan
]ow is the time to plan on next winter's
coal supply for your fraternity house or
home.
Present Prices are the Lowest this Season
SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS MADE
WITH FRATERNITIES
Clancy & frc~lilken Coal Co.
Hard and Soft Coal, Coke and Wood
Office, 124 East Huron St. next to A lienel Hotel
Office Phone. 1950-12 Yard Phone 1950-22
Bargains in Canoes
They lvon 't be here very long
at these prices.
3 New 17 ft. Morris Canoes
3 18 ft. Old Town Canoes $15 to $30
3 17 ft. Old Town Canoes $15 to $30
3 16 ft. Old Town Canoes$10 to $25
1 18 It. New Carleton $40
1 18 ft. used Morris $25
Special Bargain.
17 ft. Old Town, gold stripe and
outfit. Rent paid to July 1,1919.
Saunders Canoe Livery
on the Huron River
PHONE 656

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