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More Michigan men play
Billiards than is the case of
any other American or
foreign University.

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IThis has been true now
0 for a period of about six-:
.Eteen years.

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LOT HES- YOU'LL BE
PROUD TO OWN

a man may take pardonable bride 'in his personal appearance.

:UPPEN HEIMER
GOOD CLOTHES

It is

to men who give serious thought ito mnatters of dress.

They are always

in style - always in good taste.. The fine woolens and expert tailor-
Le long wear and faultless fit certain.

New styles, fabrics and patterns-and ,a new

standard. of value. at these moderate

,prices.

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$35

$40

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ral agent during
ar vacation
al propositions whereby you
100.00 weekly. A postal
ils of plans. Your time for
rt; why not make the most
before you forget it.
DDUCTS CO.
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS.

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See the windows
N.',F. ALLEN CO.O7
211 ;SOUTH, MAIN ST.
-the house of Kuppenhelmer good clothes

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COLUMN
TISING AT 3 P.M.

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LOST-Pair of shelled-rimmed glass-
es on Ann, N. Ingalls, or Corwell
- Place, Sunday evening. Farrel,,
- 2506-R, 158-21
L LOST--Saturday afternoon, patr of
dark shell rimmed glasses. Finder
e please call 1680-T. Reward. 158-3
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LOST-Silver fountain pen and pencil
Z with initials R. E. B. Reward., Call
Ruth Bimms. 1405-M. 157-2

BUD COUNIHAN
CGENE AHERN
RUBE GOLDBERG
H. T. WEBSTER
DAN FITZPATRICK
RALPH',BARTON

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WILLIAM H. WALKER
CHAS. D. ,MITCHELL
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1LOST- Friday, silver'.
with nam~e engraved.

fountain pen
Call Francis

'ckets
Y. W.

Barrett, 1346-W. 168
LOST - Man's black folding purse,
sometime Friday. Reward. Call
Jacobs, 2895-M. 158-2
W..6 Mx
WANTED-To pure your Fountain
Pen against ,s. We emboss your
name on it i. gold leaf. Rider's
Pen shops.: Pen Specialists, 214
Nickle's Arcade. 152-21
WANTED-Your Fountain Pen to re-
pair. Quick, skilled service. Fair
prices. Rider's Pen Shop, Pen
Specialists, 214 Nickel's, Arcade.
152-21
WANTED-To rent house for next fall
to accommodate about 15 men. 1016
East University, 1925-R. 158-3
WANTED-To buy canoe. Must be in
good condition. Address Daily, Box
E. 0. J. 158-2
FOR RENIT
FOR RENT-Beautifully furnished five
room apartment in new modern
building southeast of campus, for
one year from July 1st. Reference'
required. Call 383-J. 157-2
FOR RENT-Furnished apartment. 6
rooms and bath, one block from
campus, from June 15th to Septem-
ber 15th. Phone 1159-J or Box 1. R.
C., Daily. 157-4
FOUTND

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