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rTHE MICHIGANDiL

$4.00 and $500

IDEAL
OXFORD
Made to our specifications
over this popular last and equal
in style and detail to our $6.00
and $7.00) shoes.
WAGNER & CO.
State Street
Sign of the big white shoe

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Don't Buy
That New Spring
Suit until you have
examined our fine
line of Adler Bro's.
Clothing.
Ally style you may desire
to wear

UNIVERSITY NEWS
Junior lits swho are resisiin itc, o
dues, and liner paid samneswil 1)1,
plain to the itr sntl'll'.it ins I i 'J II
everyn e -11 i hei r p dtlc~Ia i? s t4
make ancxplan111ion a51 lsl 11111
Meetis of fresh (lgil (5 Iasels-Is
candsidateso in r0n11247, 11"\ cli 55 e..
lip buiilling, 4:30 1110101a
IRsg'ar mnetinlg of thes'juli ac
sot ins Fr 1is I nsttuteistudentls 1s1en
at 444'S.-1tSit. Si nigh loss 11i(ss; ont
7:150 o'clock.i ThosseN1o ca s .'11
T'liplnnss937.
_M i cliii sl of 11)11 lit pcs '1s 1)- its.s :,y
at1 McrMillsn hsill.
bsrn sos-n in resgard o dances slsssss i
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25, 35, 50, Box Seats 75c
n'i' t l i s is's i 5' ^ I ssl :::)

GOMING -SitsiApreil ,Matlincer stelNighit "Madame X.'
Mo'! oy Aspr'sXsil , ' 'Tier hocol 1Sokslier,"' sanic rmpany and
P5 s(llsti It that is tioss app eartig at the Gtsrrirk Theatre, Detroit

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Thur., March 30
Montgomery
and :Stone
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Mlastcrpi e
The
Old Town
tCtas. Dillingham's notable pro-
duionirisom11 the Globe Theatre,
'ewi VYork.
95 People 95
Ai-mnented Orchestra
Prices: 50-75-$1-$1.50-$2
Sesale onls TSices. Mtachte28

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REULE, CONLIN
& FIEGEL
200=202 South lainSt

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___ I pring Openin
ThsEvening, 7:30 to 9:30 o'clock
Mack & Co. extend to all University Men and Women a cordial
invitation to attend
This Opening is for inspection only. No goods will be sold-Extensive
preparations have been made in the way of entertainment and dis-
plays and we feel sure you will be pleased with our efforts.
It l'StI7At PIeCIGRAMS 11ii' THREE ORCHE;STRAS
FINZELS ORCHESTRA ACADMEY ORCHESTRA

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4ORNITHOLOGY'
Do not migrate
from one brand of
cigarettes to another-
-Try Fatimas be-
cause you cannot fl
higher in quality.
Some College men in
praising them call themt
'brds which is another way
of saying they fill the bill.
They do.
Let a package nest in
-orpocket--the price i
cents for 20 cigarettes,
A =. you get 10 additional.
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO.

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a. Selectio
i. Vs'tltceo
4. ToeP'.( Ntii
f- thesceils,
7, Selectios
8i. Soln-
.[0 Walt
st Oliertsr
12 Matsrcht

Ceo. H. Finzel, Director
'Te PEnterpriter
it 'ThttSprineg Maul
fromi te 0Illra
The IGirl itn thecTrain''
0(111Lovse Thoutghts
re Tanhtauser
til MaNlrchliCasey Jones
)t2 Dllasrt'Princess
'ilte 5 ilgstloo 'tan
It Almaes
Retturtn ofSprintg
It Quett of lowleeers
Unieecrssal Peace
BATE'S ORCHESTRA,
it C'sdset uMleele ff iflt 11
I- -l-trry fromet tllyneore''
tiller"I11 J.1i Lodge
ritlry Overture Fr. t Splpt

'tike" Fischer, Director
t. March-Spring Greetings Ilsis ill
a. Overtutre - Egmtont icts Isis's s
3 "j" Hop Echoes ('sscs
4. A Ragtime EpisodeAlss
~:Selection front Victor Herbiert's Opera "Algeria"
6h ? YtI totu Sugar Moon "Slalios)s
7. Sottnds traintite Opera I s,61(lo
Introdutcing "Aida'' ''Migttontt,'Rigolets,"
"Cavalliera Rusticana," atit "Tittettaeser"
8i. The Bltte Danttbe Waltzes n lr~slll
9. Selctiot-''tll Trovatotre" 1'(1111
tio. arch-"The Victors" Al
L. D. Bales, Director
6. March-"Pi'tt Ready to Quit andtite GeniI"
6. Sextette front Lucia I).. it ill clsiliis'
7. Thte Thoroughbred Marcte II. Jfi(Itli sll I
i. tUn Giorns in Venegia 1+a1l~stte ' AsiAz

Typewriting and Shorthand Helene Ailmendeinger
1 I llwwItelil sisor i,: Itc; ns: T pel
11111 111st1p1lie , Ni11 1115 1 111 III ietc.I Teacher of Singing
0 D.MORI) dLL. Voice Placing Song Interpretation
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ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP CHARLIE'S BARBER SHOP
- 1 - i c i - I is isti l 'nt I ' a-1sls BnilltiardPatrlr
l 5751¬ęt 'rcies' - C Charlie Weigand, Prop.
Ail 'J TLE & CO. Base Ball Shoes
LUN H R OM * (y;n Gooeds andGoslf fShoes
se t 'cn ,idafili nesus IContecttiery # ,.R.FROST, 3 2S. State St.

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Tonight 1CLf ~*Tonight
7:30 to 9:30 -ac , 0 7:30 to 9:30

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INDIAN BLAN KETS AND CURIOS
Arts anrd Crafts Shop
Sile.NeltesfromEanstern Shps Car.William nid Maynard

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