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Soft Hats in a
variety of
medium shapes
and in some
very swell blocks

MUSIC AND DRAMA
2 Concerts on Music School Program.
Two musical events will take place
under the auspices of the School of
Music this week. On Wednesday af-
ternoon, at 4:15 o'clock a public Pu-
pils' Recital will be held at the School
of Music Building. The next Violini
Sonata Recital will not be held until
Wednesday afternoon, March 27, ow-
ing to the continued indisposition of
Mrs. Rhead. On Friday evening, a
complimentary recital by Cecelia Ray
Berry, pianist and Mr. Samuel P._
Lockwood, violinist, will be given at
School of Music Hall. The general
public is cordially invited to attend
the Pupils' Recital, as well as the pi-
ano and violin recital.
"Excuse Me."
Rupert Hughes, the author of "Ex-
cuse Me," the episodical farce which
Henry W. Savage will offer at the New
Whitney theater next Monday, March
18, is one of the most prolific of mod-
ern American writers. In addition to
"Excuse Me" he has a number of other
successful plays to his credit and in the
higher class magazines his name is en-
countered as the author of short sto-
ries, serial narratives and essays with
quite remarkable frequency. He is a
musical critic of more than national
reputation. "'Excuse Me" represents
his first attempt at writing "simon
pure" farce for the stage, and the de-
served success which it has already
earned promises to give him enviable
prominence in a field of literature
which is absolutely distinctive.

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FOR SALE
For Sale-The Law Library and office
furniture of the late Charles F. Hull.
Large practice covering period of 14
years. Address, James P. Snody,
Presque Isle Co., Onaway, Mich.
118-19-20-21"
For Sale-Due bills on Wagner, Kyer,
Kollauf, Lyndon, and Lennox (De-
troit). Phone Alcorn-Bell 189. 119
LOST
Lost-Enameled belt pin. Return to
814 South University or call 308. Re-
ward. 119
Lost-Ladies'Gold Watch and Fob with
initials M. L. W. on back, Saturday
morning. Finder please phone
799-L. 119
Open only *from 9:30 to 12:30 and
1:30 to 3:30 on Sundays. Lyndon.
119 tf
Students Notiee!
College Inn is again managed by
Elmer M. Stofflett. Will be glad to
meet all my old customers as well as
new ones. 119 tf'
The place to bring your films for
fine developing and printing is Hop-
pes' Studio. 119-120
Leave your want ads at The East
University Pharmacy, Van Doren's
Pharmacy, The Brown Drug Store and
Quarry's Drug Store before 8:30 every
night for the next morning's issue. tf
Musical Instrument Repairing, work
guaranteed, at Schaeberle & Son's Mu-
sic House, 110 S. Main St. 87 tf
We print anything from a name card
to a book,-The Ann Arbor Press-
Official Printers to the University, and
by authority, printers of all student
publications-Press Building, Maynard
Street. (Sun.)
Is your kodak loaded? Lyndon.
118-119
Rent a Kodak today, 10 cents. Lyn-
don.
118-119
WANTED
Student to work in Detroit, on Salary
during Summer Vacation. Must apply
immediately. Call any time after 1:30
p m. 302-305 First National Bank Bldg.

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lts Daylight Pictures at the Majestie.
:e 10c The progressive spirit of the Majes-
ize 15c tic theater management has been
shown in the installment of the latest
device for the showing of motion pic-
r Co. tures in a lighted auditorium-thus
doing away with the inconvenience of
SUPPLIES finding seats and sitting in a darkened
Main Street auditorium. The Hanlon Curtain Co. of
Detroit has received the contract for
this and as a result the Majestic pa-
trons now have the pleasure of seeing
motion views on an aluminum "day-
light screen." The glare from the
light has been eliminated and the effect
of the pictures is beautiful and artis-
tic in the extreme. Manager Lane has
secured the motion pictures taken last
Mich. year of the relay games at Philadel-
;S phia. Joe Horner, Ralph Crig, Pat
" Gamble, Carroll Haff, Freddie Ross,
and Arthur Kohler will be seen in mo-
Suits tion views. The date will be announc-
ed later.

Big Three Reel Feature

AT THE

Temple

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Monday& T

March 1

Admission

bring rough I

IArchitecture Society to ilave Exhibit.
President Joseph Hudnut of the Ar-
chitectural society appointed a com-
mittee yesterday to formulate plans
for an architectural exhibit. Ernest
Kremer was made chairman. "Bill"
Fanning, Harry Weeks,Harry McCune,
and C. E. Buysee compose the remain-
der of the committee.

The
Daily
Only

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the roughness by
L CREAM & ROSE
)YD COLD CREAM

Only a few Student Directories
On sale at Wahr's, Sheehan's, and1
dents' Supply Store. .Buy yours
fore they are all sold out.

left,
Stu-
be-

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UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
Students like to be treated well, and buy where their wants are satis-
fied. Especially is this so in the musical line. ,Grinnell Bros. at
120-122 E. Liberty St. have the best goods at lowest prices.
GRINNELL BROS., W. J. Simonson.
I Come in and see qur 1912

1BACK TO VAVDN
SPECIAL F
Lae deilne'soCin
Vavudevi lie's Great4

igan Pins, Fobs and Fraternity
:Iry. Big Ben alarms $2.50 Arnold
alarms $1.00
,r Patronage is Well Fared for Here

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LAYPO & BENJAMIN
COMEDY ACROBATS
"Flip Flops"

1.

bU scbr
Across from Majestic

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SPALDING BASLE BALL AND
- GOLF GOODS
SCHrMACHER
Hardware Co.

r'unching
Bags all Styles

308-310-312 SOUTH MAIN

from all

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OPERAS

Spring Shirtings in the Latest Patterns, Cloths, and
Ideas. Soft Cuffs, Soft Collars and detached Neg.
Stiff Cuffs, all sleeve lengths..

Byrne Golson
In a Comedy I
Uncle Seth's '
Lew Orth and
"TOURING ECYI
Pathe Weekly "*E
THE ANIMATED NEW
COMING 3'IHURSX
-- Gus oSixn's Trov
"The Village Cut-I
10 Slngin Girls an
TWO BIG SHOWS I
COMING MOVING PICTURES of 1911 INTE
AT PHILADELPHIA.
CRAIG, GAMBLE, HALF, ROSS, KOHLER AND
WATCH FOR Dj

ays to be had at the
for the College Student"
Glad to Piy for You
y Music House

TINKER & COMPANY
HATTERS AND FURNISHERS
The Newest in Hats, Neckwear, Hosiery, Gloves and Underwear.
Yevr Inspection is Invited,

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