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April 30, 1911 - Image 4

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H ~MICHIGAN DAI",

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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 hig white shoe

UNIVERSITY NOTICES

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$4.00 and $5.00

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INDIAN BLANKETS AND CURIOS
Arsa axd Crafta Shop
Silver Noveltie from EstrnShops Cor. William and Maynsard

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Mack's Tea Roorrv
All Ionte CookingT. Excellent Cuisine. :Fresh 17ruits and
-ogtralt' only. Coelforiable and copy. Cent 001m in
c-titiottion. Orchestra music every Saturday-noon and
eel-ni 117 'he ipropter place to take your lady fi end.
MACK 4(eIN CO.
S ENIORS!
ttent ion'.
Cpand Gown Outfits
Ready for Distribution
Tu .Pesday Morning, May 2nd
andI thereafter until SW INGC 0U T
Distributed at Our Store, 200-202 S. Main St.
Rculc, t Conlin &Fi*cgcl

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C~~nr?= .5P. M. Late nnrse s-sot seated sufr'.r-s~tty.
Absolutely the Bent and Largest Mussical Comedy Company That
Han Ever Appeared in Anan Arbor. Everywhere
Everybody's Tust Raving About
Trise Frigansza, ,Alex. Carr, Fred V. Bowers, Dorothy Brenner,
Catherine Rowe Palmner, Zoe Barniett.
17 Songs, 48 Girls
1,'I':'I,'a ct,it It itil-loi 2(1 Itu 'tu iw lt 1 L Sale 1 )( 1 i
Prices: -O 75 $IO -$A.50-$2.00
Seat SiatleWednesda-:y, May 3

BAILEY & EDMUNDS
5~ r. yS . Ann Arborri igan
J" A.TUY
FOR
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I4ce Cream
Pones 166

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MR.J.R.TRJJAN4O'W.KI

AT "1U'ITTLE & CO.
LUNCH RuOM
Yu cn Iind a ine tsit fonfettti t
DERI TDBetween Detrioit, Ants Arbor an
Jackson'
Detrnit Limitted-t :13 t1 0:1 3 i. - '
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ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP
GEO. V. STOLL, Proprietor-

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Monday - Tuesday - Wednesday
LELL C"ARLTON FRANK WEEKS
Singing Comnmedienne Banjoist --- Dancer
Morrier STREETEiR == BRYAN - Blanche
HAPPY THE
JACK WARBURTON FAMILYSCOPE
(lot Another One Superior Photo Plays
The One Act Farcial Comedy
The BOUNCEiR
'5(71 -Owing to the length of this program two perform-
asscs only will he given eacth evening at 7:15 and 9.
Souvenir Matinees Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday

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O NE WEEK, Starting
MONDAYMatinee
N 0 N D A Y ndnnsday and Satusrday, 3 p.Kn
Vaudeville's Feature Animal Act

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The ELLOITTS
Look ! Look ! Look ! Look!
Eaich Lady wtill he gisens a Silver D~esert Fork at the mnatinee
Wcdsilsday, May 3rd.
Tilses fo-l iate very handtsoine aol ssaatch tie sptoons which
have beess gsven away at the Majestic.

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ALWAYS AHEAD IN
S5TYLES

MILWARD, T E --

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