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March 11, 1910 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1910-03-11

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THEIRMICIGAN SDAILY

tUItOR 5101.S PiA Oty I FJ
PLAY OUR aiN Owing to the lact that the stiidatl
PAY TYO RWCAND set for'-the junior girls play cooes i
BETS '~TITHHoty-sweek the evenings for the perftor-
mance hone hero changed to Matrsch P
1V ad Apit second.Wr
atnsand the se\-eral acts of ttetpt iii }
c' L4O OLAirE has been progressiv e and tte gis aeii b
rapidity. This reasat prtodtuc t in
Best in the World offers splendsid cihanice tor sme.gtodtl
Q ~~iidi\-itteal actintg. Tttmsir sfitn
60 to 80 cents andtheti wortts arc clevetrnyadaptetisiti
the issuesittfite ptayanictptrissnttcondt-
ATtiotis t :ictigan. Prascticec sitiIu iith
eerepdaitn iBtarbouir gi nuiastiutt

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IQUARRYS
Money Loaned
On Watches, Dtamtonds. Law Bookts,
or other personal property.
Watches and Jewetry repaired.
Bargains in Watches & Diamonds
Office at residence 33t E. Liberty St
Ann Arbor.
Hourst :S to 11:30 a. mi.. I to 4:30 andi7 to
S p. m
JOSEPfI C. WATTS
THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS HANK
MAIN AND HURON STREETS
ti Capitat $50,000 Surpias and Profits $10,000
Generat Basting tintess. 3 percent paid
on Time and Savings ieoits. Safety Or-
posit Boxes so root t ;l00 and upweards
R. KEMPn res If. it P iiternastiVct-Pire.
H. A. WILLIAS, Caoshie F. T. SnOWE, Asst.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Cjapitat Stoct 50,00in Srptet 90.000
tResoures'. tn,ti,otn
A Geineal Bankntg Buiness Tranacted
Orrsesost Chas. E. Hiscoch. Prert; W. D.
Harriman, Vice Pros.: tM5. J. Fritz. Cashier
STATE SAVINGS BANK
W. J. Booth Jo. V. Sheehan
Win. Arnold Tie. V. C. Vaughan
las. H. Wade F. P. Mitts
John Haarer Jo. Koch
Prof. B. S. Carhari Henry W. Dougias
Christian Martin Dan P. Zimtmerman
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF ANN ARBOR, MICHi.
F. D. StSNNI, HtARISON SOtLICi
Pres. Vice-Pres.
S. W1. CLAttIttON, Cttshtter.
Capitli, f100,000. Suttlus aod Profits, $60,000.

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FORMAL EXPOSITION OF
PoRING STYLES
SUITS, OVERCOATS AND MEN'S FURNISHINGS
1910 Styles Mex.'s Clothes
In reference to this importune occuranec ti nte,pyoutng tutu tied
boys,.wetiesh~ to tall pyone especial attention to our disptlay, thinstaoni,
far neveralt i-csout. The authenticity of the sepyles, their eclusivCe-
neon, and the ftact that they are in harmony with the very latst stl
infortmation fromt the irst sources. That these ate esentrtitals nttti
woulttdtrececiveeery consideration is generally appirecitated.T hesea-
Spring atlie in Stilts, Overcoats, Farey Vests, Shirt. ant rishttitng-,
ottt tank in ecotpe and exclusivenens thtat of all formter easrons.
So tee direct risitors' attention to the individuality twetavthusii
imitarted, not atone in Soits and Overcoats, hot in our soctk oflen's.
hopes atid childurensftirnishings shotwn in this orinal SprinagExposi-
tion.
211 SOUTH MAIN STREET

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING lti
WANTED. t
_thfrWaited-Collegemnitto act at agetitseSarit .
tuittitg stutnter. Goodimno for t'1,11'lit
righntmneitCall Belt 302-tator taddtress 1Oi2t
or rall ott Den. P. drotwn, f6ig E. UCii ICit
versity. potf Aclift
barer, I t ted-FoPr Sturtayst (r- t i
ittoI -i t.. 'tt t
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LOST.
tutuandp24 lilt street, llT'hirsdayt <
MISCELLANEOPUS
tasetlera ciii oner, or repatiretd at "The
Palais Royal," 209 E. ibarty St. tf
YtOUNG'S HATS.
(Nonte helter tmtite.)
Spring stpylrsitotw retadyp
A.LL'EN'S CLIOtI I ES St (P
ITte Stire for Siyle. mini1titSt.
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Btargains iin all hainds of Untiversityt
balts at the Studenits' Bototre.
Sheehan .& Co. tf
Try our $i Fonttaiti Pen- -Sheehni's
tettder is the test ever. tf

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_\kt11,tue ,_ I i tih te t2t2 iecenit datc itorasiterd
OFOROB YEE
Chinese Chop-Suey Restaurant
l t Cleati tcnintitAnto Arboa.
t< ,i 314 S. STATE STREET
Rowe's Laundry
'"te THOMAS ROWE, Prop.
t t It326 N. Fifth Ave.
istt Nets Phone 457 Beii Phone 45t-I
1w1 AT TUTTLE & CO.
You can find afn line of Confectionery
Lan Room~1

[our Many Trips
Mark thtem and aee -- Ct elis
Coon Collars outearttlets.lhep
are strong, luandi nade clra.
construin, sear
Tinkerr&C..i Fiit t tGot

_____________ _________ You neilfitted oer typewritingteti
andttaccurate. We rtint Icarsanit iatice
Cjrfl" g~ledc ~~n~..ank progrtams, tant dotiengraingii of tll
Commeral.1amd Agentcp I..C. SmtithnTypiewriter.
Savimns ZE\VADSKI AND I.ANE,
Con'. Main anid Liberty Steespf. n1 S. State St., andiloorti.

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AT LOVELL'S
332 5. STATE ST., UPSTAIRS
You can get
Sweaters cut over into V shape or Vests
Your fancy vest or suiting-Dry cleaned
Your Fall snit dyed (Agey Peters, Detroit)
Insignia, Numerals, sewed on sweaters, etc.
Neckties and gloves cleaned
Student mfunding
Mic higan pillows-Banners of alt other colleese
Notions, gas mantles, chimneys, soaps, toteeta
We give satisfactiom Corne amd see us

wUbelit colieto 0otbea
I Tbere is 110 epettionto -ci epcv beir-tinhe ailcig is I to gretdthe stle
Lvaratons lave ntobingto bet h-Irircte lnt erci the i110t captstis
criticism. PEarlt? sletit 110111utin no .Piilw Uslln3iii tthiiIe pick
01of turexlttive lcin3it.
Imtportintgi aiors 303=30 etO ate alt.

FIFTY-SIXTHi SEASON
SIUDENTS' LECIURE[ ASSOCIATION
PRESE~tNTS
The Premier Lecture Course
of America.
LIEUJT. ERNEiST H. SHACKLETON
Who has reched farthest South
GJERALD STANLEY LEES
iminot Iditor, Essayist, and Lenturer

FRATERINITIE""S,
Silver Link-s I-ings
Fobs Scarf Pins
WMI. M{NOL DJ, rRLE
2211 N.s o Bai teet

Detroit United Lines
On inftetrtatitun to Division Superin-
t udt tt Allen, Yplanti, of the Detroit
I; utitdites bp offucern of Varsity or.
lani/stions if thceumovetnent, beyond
flit; cpacity if tie tegolar service, of
anyup uttp ot students to or from Ash
Arbtor extra cars and extra service
will be promptly supplied.

We tieashliiriug i ratetusive line of Woolessfor Spring.
Theh assotmtut comtpruises i everytintg that 15 new atid nobby in
design, coiion t)nd quality.IlWs ciiisay w~itotexaggeration
our stucti lii p ,r is the ItoItttandsonme we htave ever shownt,
aitl woill r il atptIaltc.o t hismotst lparticular Ipatroni,
W. C. ]DIETE&RLE
Vo..vaitay T1milix- 117 E. Libenrty St.

MAYFESTIVAL
Tickets $6.00, $5.00, $4.(ff1
ARTISTS
SOPRANOS:
MME. JEANNE JOMi:LI
ikitteof the tteteuuuttitan antutu ti t.-
ton (Opeti. CttiPtriit
Mrs. Corinne Rider=Kelsey
Mrs. Sibyl Sammis.Macl~ernaia
CONTRALTO:t
Miss Margaret Keyes
TENOR:
Mr. Daniel Bedde
BARITONES:
Mr. Sidney Biden lerfi n)
SIG. GIUSEPPI CAMPANA-iaI
iMetrututaiittuuu (itt-Pit tutu it
Mr. William Hlowland
BASS:
Mr. Herbert Withersapoon
iMetroptuitu, t erat ut itmy
PIANIST:
Mile. '1ina Lerner
ORGANIZAlTINS
The Choral Unitsn.(JO0 soices)
Theodore Thomas Orcestra (it pieces)
CONDUCTOtRS
Alhert Stanley Prederict Stoct
PRINCIPAL CHJORAL WOROKS
"The New Life" . Wolf-Ferrart
"Scenes from Odysseus" Brush

Watch for the Prospectus

Season Tickets on Sale $1-50

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Portrait Studip -

319 Last JHuron Street

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