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May 23, 1920 - Image 6

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WHAT'S GOING ON
4 to
nld. SUNDAY
7,:00 A. ?1L-Kalamazoo Normial club
hand meets at Lane hail for river 'trip.
cord- 12:10 - Dr. Hugh Cabot addresses
hlysi- Congregational Discussion group on
will "The War and the Evolutionary
Fidler process."'
maore 2:00--)feiorah society meets in Lane
long 4:30-Dr Cyril Haas speaks to Con-
r the gregational Students' club in church
parlors.
6: 10-Wesieyan Guild meets with Earl
Dunn leading. Social half-hour pre-
A F cedes.

6:30-Carl Johnson, '20, aiid Harryf
Carey, '20, speak to Unitarian guildt
forum on "The College Man's Relig-
ious Development."
7:15 -- Inter! raternityp eonf erence
meets in room 306 of the Union.
M[ONDAY
11:00 A. M.-Juntor engnteers es-
sembly in room 348, Engineering
building. Prof, R. M. Wanley will
speak.
7 :30-Acolytes meet In Morris semin-
ary rooms, M4ason ,hall.
TiUESDAY
4:05 =- Michigan-Callfornia baseball
game .on Ferry field.
Patronise our Advertisers.--Adv.

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UJ-NOTICUES
The meeting of those interested in art
work for the Chimes next year has
been postponed until 7:30 o'clock
Tuesday evening, 'when it will be
held in the Chimes office on third
floor of 'Union.
Donors' Book pages and receipt books
from President Hutchins' portrait
campaign must be turned in at once
by solicitors in order to prevent de-
lay in the binding of the 'Donors'
Book.
Mr. George Abel Schireiner will lee-
ture on "The Pitfalls of, Diplomacy"
at 2 o'clock 'Sunday afternoox4 at
Schwaben hall, 213 Ashley street.
Admission free.
Read the Daily for Campus News.

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selected from our stock is a source
of contentment at all times.
Join the ranks' of our
SATISFIED PIPE SMOKERS
We have a big display of the
following makes:
BBB
(Own makhe, Glokar)
(Italian briarl
CALABASH
(English make)
MEERSCHAUM
(Genuine)
BAKELITE
SOCKET

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STUDENTS'.,LUNCH

409 E. JEFFERSON. ST.

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'OUR SPECIALTIES FRENCH TOAST,
POACHED EGGS,. BUTTERED TOAST'
AND ROLLS

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MILANE
TU~RIN
LUCERNE
MOROCCO
WINDSOR

HAND MADE
TRIANGLE
STRATFORD
WELLINGTON
BRIGHTON

PROPRIETOR,

May 31
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carried
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Any of the above are fully.
GYARANTEED
Cigarette and Cigar Holders and Cases
to suit the most exacting taste
}-ill be found in our assortment
COME IN!
We are always .glad to show you
and talk it over.
CITY CIGAR
STORE
110 E. "HURON ST.
SEE OUR WINDOW
NUTMERMIJS INLAID TO ODDER

Tug of War Pictures
:Pictures where you can
SEE yourself

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~7HE quality that put Arrow
lColars in the premier place
in public confidence is the qual-
ity that you are getting .today.

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LYNDON & COMPANY

7119 NORTH
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UNIVERSITY.,AVE.
AT, THE SIGN OF THE K(ODAK,

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MAKERS 9F ARROW SHIRTS AND GOTHIAM U1

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YOU CAN SAVE MONEY
BY PURCHASING YOUR-STRAW HAT HERE
This year we have the largest and finest stock of
Straw Hats and Panamas. in the city and we have
marked them at a lower margin of profit than
uever before. We feature the celebrated C & K
Reverse-lap-brim, the hat that fits any shaped
head.
SENNETS
PANAM:AS
BAN-KOKS
BALLY BUNTELS
LUTZ COHING'
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of THE CHICAGO TKIBVNE
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