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205,

desk between 3 and 5 o'clock Fri-
day. Members who have not paid
for their buttons report there also.
The Chicago representative of the
Federal Board of Vocational Educa-
tion will be in rom 301 of Univer-
sity hall from !to 4 o'clock Friday
afternoon to interview wards of the
board.
The Junior lit class will meet at 3
o'clock Friday afternoon in room
205, Mason hall. Student council-
man tie between Edward Kingsford
and Donald Thorp will be voted off'
Individual refunds of 46 cents from.
the Soph Prom may be had by send-
ing stamp and a self-addressed en-
velope to D. Dow, 632 E. University
* avenue, before June 14.
Tickets for Aeronautical society
dance on June 4 are on sale at-Gra-
ham's book store -and at Union
desk.
The following men report at the Delta
to leave for Walkerville with the
informal Varsity soccer team at 6:45
Saturday morning: Merry, J. Orris,
C. Orris, Baucis, Sauchez,. Snyder,
Tsai, G. Dyason, C. D. Dyason, Van.
der Mueller, Samuels; Crino, Ringer.

POLISH ARMY IN FLIGHT; IS
PURSUED BY BOLSHEVIKS
Copenhagen, June 3.--It is'reported
here that the Polish army is in wild
flight ursued by an enormous Bol-
shevik force.
Pharmic Society Banquets
The Aristolochite society, honorary
pharmic organization, held its finall
banquet and meeting-of the year at the
Union last night. Dr. H. W. Emer-
son, of the medical faculty, addressed
the, society on "Present Day Prob-
lems of the Pharmacist."
Burley Wins Class Tennis Match
In the class tennis 'tourney Burley,
senior lit champion, defeated Bassett,
champion of the junior lit class, 6-2,
6-1 yesterday. All games in this tour-
ney will be played off by Saturday
morning.
Patronize our Advertisers.--Adv.

VARSITY TENNIS TEAM
DEFEATS CARNEGIE
(Continued trom Page Three)
tors when he defeated Reindel 6-4, 0-6,
6-4. In this match the loser actually
won more games than the victor.
Borinstein eliminated Marshall after
three close sets, 6-4, 4-6, 6-4.
Munz and Reindel took Bailey and
Stockslager into camp after a fast
contest, 6-1, 0-6, 6-1. The other dou-
bles match went to Carnegie when
Davis and Marshall beat Angell and
Worcester, 6-3, 6-2.
Because of the fact that all the
members of the team of the Toledo
Tennis club could not get away to-
day, the meet with the Ohioans will
,be held Saturday morning.

IThe Name

i, P. Esc'helbach
Has always stood
for the BEST in
MEATS
202 E. Huron Street

The best possible value
for long time wear and
service is secured by or-
dering a
HAND-TAILORED
a SUIT
drafted to
Y OURPERSONAL
MEASUREMENTS
ALBERT GANSLE
TAILOR
113 South Main Street
(SECOND FLOOR)

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banquet at

The Daily's specialty is service to
*reryoae.--Adv.

Drink

Lane

Selecions forihe Graduate

banquet on
from 2 to 4
ersity hall.
ad from Jim
s and Les

ers of the. Glee
will be on sale
Hill auditorium
e concert. This
lance to obtain
of V. F. W. who
egistration cards

SPECIAL SWIMMING LESSONS
WILL'BE GIVEN AT CITY Y
Special swimming lessons for uni-
versity' men will be given at 8 o'clock
every night during the city "Y" swim-
ming campaign week from June 7 to
12 at the city Y. M. C. A. The work
will be under the supervision of Mr.
J. H. McCulloh, associate professor
of physical education at the Ypsi-
lanti normal school.
The Daily's specialty is service to
*Yetvone.-Adv.

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200-204 E. LIBERTY ST.

THE CREATEST

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EVER STAGED IN WASHTENAW COUNTY STARTS

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Topcoats

Overcoats

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$40'.00 $45.00 $50.00 $60.00 $65.00 $70.00 $75.00
Garments Garments. Garments Garments Garments Garments Garments
now-now now now now now now
$33.75 $38.50 $41.75 $50.50 , $54.75 $58.50 $62.50

A FEW OF OVR FURNISHING SPECIALS

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irts

Union Suits

Straw Hats

$10.00 values
$12.00 values
$15.00 values
$16.50 values

$ 8.79
$10.49
$12.99
$14.39

$2.00
$2.50
$3.00
$4.00
$5.00

suits
suits
suits
snits
suits

.. ..$1.79
. $2.29
. $3.49

$3.50 hats
$4.00 hats
$5.00 hats
$6.00 hats
$7.00 hats

......$3.19
.. ...$3.39
.. $4.39
....$5.29
.$6.19

Night Robes
and Pajamas
$1.50 robes-..:....$1.29
$1.75 robes ..+..$:49
$3.50 pajamas ....$3.29
$4.50 pajamas ....$3.99
$5.00 pajamas .. ..$4.49

Arrow Collars
35c soft collars......29c
50c soft collars .....43c
All Stiff Collars
22c

$18.00
WHITE
FLANNEL

TROUSER
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Neckwear

. $9.29
. $7.69
..$5.29

$5.00 ties
'$2.50 ties
$2.00 ties

.$2.29
:$1.99
.$1.59-

EXTRA SPECIAL
50c Lisle Hose
Black--Brown-Blue
3 Pairs for $1.00

Dolphin Pure Silk
Hose in Colors
(NO BLACK)
$1.25 value. . .. ....89c
6 Pairs for $5.00

Caps

$500. caps
$4.00 caps
$3.00 caps

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