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M 1IcHtGAI~4 bAtty

Ice C ream Soda
5 ents
All flavors except Chocolate
Chocolate Soda 10c with double
portion of Ice Cream
E. E. CALKI NS, Druggist.
324 South State Street.
AMUSEMENTS

CALENDAR.
Apiilt2.2 "TheeIDramatic Techmique of
\lm.nn n I(0l arttelm,' " Dr. Carl E.
'?,terr I Tappan1hlll lecture room, 4a
Apr1it 23-Vari ty b1)n(1 (lnce. Bar-
hour gyamasium.
April2 1- he national Import of
\trlnna.ront larntlelm,' "Prof. Max
Wiler 'Tappan 1 .l)fall Itl cetture roott, 4
'pil 14- \l -inaon oltrtulelu," by
I )ecr Ve ' rein, New Whlitney thtea-
Apil I i l'bhsirs," by Jean Reed,
lefrre FItrlrr 1(1111 ltlrbRorriti6, Tap-
A111ril25Senir ~rlit banquerte, VWhit-
k~l 27--'Seor11irls' pla and darnoce
Apri 2r8- Thr City of Paris," illus-
traterd lectrru ry Theorrrie W.Koch,
rrl ('s f ercle' l)rttrdr te Franca's,
in Sora'rahCssrrllAngrlr-al11118 p.ttm.
Ap lril 28- "rulic Reclrertion,11 illrts-
rtradlectr1 byI r ahamI . 'a yo111 1rIr.ini
museum111lecturerorrrrrr p.1 m.
AVlasi8-Studrenits' Mediltr1soctety err
tertairrmenlit illBarourr gymnasium.hAd-
rress s D r \Volicr Co011rtneych ief srrr-
i norrtherr'rPacirilwarr.t

Ii

New Whitne'y Theatre
SELL. PHONE 480 HOME PHONE 200

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29
Inrc the .krrtices on Ann Arloir
todtgerot' F1ks
America's Favorite Indoor Show
All G. F IELD
GREATER
MINSTRELS
The Show You Know
65 i---PE OPL E_-65
PRICES: 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.0,

THURSDAY, APRIL 30
Thie "re son's Greatest ticamatic
:success
Cha rles Frohmeari
PRESENTs
J. M. BARRIE'S
Great Fairy Play
Peter
Pan-
A 'iast-Class Compaor la Iyers
Prices: 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50
Seats on Sate Tuesday Morning.

To Care for Hardwood Floors
The Simplest Way-the Easiest Way-the Best Way
is to use Old English Floor Wax. tt is economicat, easity apptied and g
produces the rich, sahdaed lustre which is so tiighty prized and wthich
cannot Ira obtainerd iinony othrer way
tt is bec/er wao anrd it's this fox/li&) that's put inito Old English FloorV
Wax that pruts, the qrroliyltork ousroar floors.
Just as goodfor furitureand youmcan use it os your grand piano N"
with the assoirooce that it cannot inju're-but it wilt obliterate thea
scratches aiidtmost beautifllIy polish.
The Wax wth aGuarantee",
Makes your woodwork took like new and
the whiote room more sanitary.
You can get it here lout up in z, 2 4, and
8 11r. cans). sin.o covers 300 square feet
Conme to our store and let us teIt you how to
use it to make hardwood flours beautiful.
FOR SALE BY
C. H. Major ea Co.
203 E. Waahlsngton
We believe ini the Sttidents
Ttheir credit is Rood with uts
ANN ARBOR GARAGE
MAYNARD STREET
AUTOMOBILES, MOTOR BOATS, ENGIN[S, STORAGE, REPAIRS AND SUPPLIES
SALES AGENTS FOR
ROYAL TOURIST
THOMAS DETROIT
CARTE. C.R.
TOVKIST, THOMAS e..nd MAXWELL lin stook.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Freh mdnerbasbalIrr a trctice, Ferry
F'reshlritsrr ctirce lbrsebrall on 1South
De r rr l i tto rrirFoutaiiCotrt.
1 111 ntsenlior lit class mreeting 0(n
ii 11-da fir aralo. 4 :13RrarrmrC. li
-errrrr ng1111nee r sebrall teamitr ts
for1 pra ctice onSrrrrlr Ferry lll at3
o'cloc is af terniro. I losloiis.
mitte1chacIirman Thu I iirsrdayright t 17
o' clck MicuianiiUniion rilubhtouse.
1l!aidates foh iir senuiorrlit basebrall
team 1r1port1at Soiuith Ferryietl fr
practice at .}1p.1in.radar. Willirts, NAlgr.
Those steint wo wreorc01(1idroer
to thr rcit ~iIcourt iare requesictedl to
ibis eeing1111:15.
Apit111ionforilces I oru(ty11)Fair
para111e11s111ld h1e1m11eour'on11cr to fair
:l ill miil it-'01 Farcecetpeciedrto(
1eport imdiaely or Iphys11ica1l11exai-
nion Today at1111 4 p.In. ii. iss lerrinr'
\vil1 codc t a1 r IcroIss counry Walrtrk. 'it
AI] r--iai o 11nrlwhichr hror'ot al-
111111seredl i111 boo i risvilcgcs for tic
comt F1111 alirrituld dosirat on(ce. Thte
11111tte 'ma rc'econisuitdc drit g
hours11. 4 to b(1p, ii. daily.
'lie Studetc Co'(ullcit requterts the
unde irclasstprcesidetsto In ppinit crml-
mitestocoiniferwithi the Coui co rm-
citeregaring thre spriirg cottlests.
Theiimeetriorgirrw ibe'l'huirstdoy it 7
o or the Uin. Chairmnoif Coir-
tes Commiiiitcee.
A nieeting if till the maitagers of
class tbaseboll harms wiltlit' reid at thre
altletic associotion office'Thursday nighrt
ato 7 nocclo. It is titsotlrtely tnecessary
toth t a itiirs etpectinig to participaote
in theicnitrclass series shouildl te retire-
sentedl at this meceting, as a pirovisionral
scheueand otriic'mptortattquiestionis
irill lie tpre'sentedl. :ldridgc, Interclass
basiebai ai tnager.
S"Conutiiruous" talleys are
tbiilt right intth~e bosslhog
rroo are solid and last-
ing, antc level as a bitllaid
tible. 'W~etrove no 'see-
tusnal" tller's.
BILLIARDS, UDOWLING, LUNCHES,
CIGARS, CANDIES, TOBACCO.
.112 S. State - X11 MayNrdQ
MOE'S BARBER SHOP
705 Nor1h5 Calverally AV*.
0. A. MOE.

HATS HATS HATS
Every fashionable effect, every color
of the season.
CAPS CAPS CA PS
The nattiest and most approved fash=
ion, faultless in finish, reasonable and
seasonable.
Stein-BlockClothing
Every Garment a fashion plate
TH-I ACME OF STYLE
STYLES HERE NOT TO BE FOUND ELSEWHERE
LINDENSCHMITI, APFEL & CO.
HO0AG'S
We are offering a ,good line of
medium priced
BASE BALL GOODS
and FISHING TACKLE
H OA G'S, Cor. Main a~nd Wa ahlngton
sis y Its /th p rvililsae
be t-onyts aIii aIr o TTh'eia.ueo' p eatiten telban'
sl ie stielyflrelatuiuit'e ir i ne i ustti aiits- i
tis tsseihrtpal Mi-itlieenogtoiip iiii'e'p i'l e'
Thpis. Rmeansr tha o us eptiin he bessn pnrcitoposile
SHEDDOTEWHEATIsrichSIN tESpRisATPAir
waTehissue and the elemetusht beet indthe perfetphuniale
boyicotal a in hsiclthenuitive, senth-ive streralitt
theuwoleihneaimadedigestie byosteacoking, sihrediinag
andrisbang. aeu bevneoftelw fhgie
AStREDDaiatEiDiifWH 5iEA'i'sr'c icithe pioteaisthiiitita repai r
supply' the eiergc for a haltfda's wrk risct'ir is (le sae o's tieBiscuioiter-
set att Oiir iomp rese a ll er an iued.sa1o S fr >i-,istd
of whle four bead.At-s--s.s
T/^
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"IT'S ALL IN THE SHREDS"
THE NATURAL FOOD COMPANY, Niagara Falls, N. Y.

New Firllmrs
Tues., Thu~rs. anid Sat,

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Pianist, MISS MAUDE STANTON
ILLUSTRATED l ONG SOLOIST
MISS OLIVE STANTON

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