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APFEL & CO.

Crofut & Knapp Hats for Ear-
iy Spring Wear
THE COLLEGE MAN'S HAT IN THE EAST-WHY

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Still Too Many Left; They Must
Our loss is your gain and we are

ir reduction sale will con-
for a few days longer. Re-

NOT IN THE MIDDLE WEST?
Priced at $3.00 the world over

willing to take the consequences

as

our policy requires the

complete

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all suits and overcoats

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off.

TINKER e COMPANY
cor. stste a ne Wim mStreets

clean-up of this season's goods.
1BIG REDUCTIONS

in Suits, Overcoats,

Sweaters,

Hats,

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ID1 APFEL & CO.

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REDUCED

PRICES

on all WINTER GOODS

ETS, HOODS, TOQUES, SWEATERS, Out-
Flannel Night Gowns and Men's Night
Shirts, Setsnug Underwear
H. S. Pinney & Co.'
berty St. The Store Where a Dollar Does Its Duty

& Seyfried

"UR SPECIALS IN
CORSETS
ROYAL WORCESTER and
BON TON
See our very special corset
6 Hose Supports'
WHILE THEY LAST-98c em.
SchroCn Bros.
Phone 1000
Dry Goods, Ladies Ready to
Wear

ne of " M " Goods
KING LOO
me Up and Try
e's Chop Suey
inese and American Dishes.
te Street Phone 1244-L

E ST. POSTAL 'STATION
now located at
Haller Jewelry Co.
306 S. STATE ST.
daily except Sunday 8 A. M. to 6 P. M.
Saturdays8 A. M. to 8 P.,M.
Fine Watch and Jewelry repairing

MUSIC FOR OPER A
TO BE READY SOON
All of the music for 'A Model Daugh-
ter," the 1914 Union opera, is now in
the hands of the publishers, and proof
of most of it has been read, so that
the complete score will be ready for
use in the near future. W. A. Diekema,
'14, who wrote most of the music for
last year's production, has written all
of the music this year, with the excep-
tion of one piece composed by Waldo
Fellows, '14, entitled "The Land of
Love."
The cast is being picked gradually,
on account of the inability of Director
Bert St. John to get out from Detroit
as often as necessary. He was in town
yesterday afternoon, but had to return
in the evening, making it necessary to
call off last night's rehearsal. Parts
have been assigned to a number of
the men however, and another rehears-
al will be called within a few days to
go over the first act.
The chorus rehearsal called for
Thursday afternoon at 4:00 o'clock, for
singing drill, has been changed to a
dancing rehearsal, and chorusmen
should come prepared.
PAGEANT REQUIRES
31 LEADING PARTS
So gigantic are the proportions of
the Joan D'Arc pageant, which is one
of the biggest ventures of its kind ever
undertaken by a university student
body, that 31 principal parts will be
necessary in the cast to adequately
stage the production. However, there
is to be no duplication of roles in the
cast, and the approxiinate total of peo-
ple needed will be 400. The time re-
quired for staging will be about two
and one half hours.
At a recent meeting of the various
committees, called by Helen Brande-
bury, '14, general chairman, it was de-
cided to hold a poster contest similar
to the one conducted by the Union and
to make the prizes offered for the best
drawing open to all undergraduates:
During the next several weeks, there
will be displayed in the exhibition cas-
es in the corridors of the library, small'
cuts of the standards and banners
which will be used in the pageant. The
cuts are taken from Wallon, and the
actual standards will be copied as
nearly as possible from from his ex-
amples.
Prof. HI A. Kenyon proposes to em-
phasize the importance of having ev-
ery detail strictly French,- and repre-
sentative of the times in the pageant,
especially in the costumes. For this
purpose, he will probably make a trip
to New York soon, to arrange matters
with the firms engaged to handle the
costuming.
Postal cards numbering 2,000 are
being sent throughout the state among
the alumni of the university, in the
effort to stimulate statewide interest.
Articles will appear from time to time
in the various newspapers of the state.
For Sale-Full set Michigan reports
with 100 standard text books-fine
condition. Write box No. 8, Hart,
Michigan. 93-4-5

Donbons Chocolates
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"Lives of Great Men All Re-
mind Us We Can Mahe Our
Lives Sublime"
There are the makings of many
sublime moments in a box of
e4 Bonbons and Chocolates.
It is one of the privileges that
George Washington never enjoyed.
If you want to make sure of a
good time on Washington's Birth-
day have -ems delicious candies
to eat and to offer your friends.'
Look for the Red e-.4t Sign
e SalesAgent
DEAN & CO., Ltd.
214 S. Main St.
Orders Shipped by Parcel Post
Ask for e4- Baking and Cook-
ing Chocolate at your grocer's
UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL WILL
HAVE INCREASED CAPACITI
Within the next two months, the ca-
pacity of the University hospital will
be increased by 74 beds. The new
Palmer ward for children will take
care of 35 more patients, while the
new contagious hospital and the medi-
cal pavilion will take care of 24 and
15 more patients, respectively. The
total number of beds then availabl
for use will be 374.
The Board of Regents at its Janu-
ary meeting voted to increase the
number of pupil nurses in the train-
ing school from 100 to 125.

Winter

Robes, Smoking Jackets,

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STUDENTS wearing glasses or
feeling the need of them will
be pleased to know that Ann Arbor
has a modern optical shop where
services of an expert optometrist
and optician can be had.
Advanced methods of Optometry, fit-
ting glasses without drugs, appeals to all
who demand accurate eye examinations,
made without loss of time or inconven-
ience of having muscles paralyzed by
drugs.
E. H. Arnold, optometrist with Arnold
& Co , is a recognized leader in advanced
optometrical work. His complete office
equipment combined with shop facilities
to grind lenses, together with years of
experience as refractionist and optician,
make his Optical System the logical
place to buy glasses.
Arnold Optical System
220 South Main Street

All Wec Kno,
of is, the BES
ROWE'S LAUNDI
406.DETR~OIT STRE:
The Link between College and
TUTTLE
on State Street
We Serve Hot Lun

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Caps, Odd Trousers, Bath

VARSITY
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Right Now to See Our New

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SPRING SVITINGS

WE HAVE THEM, ALSO THE TIME TO SHOW YOU

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"ULTIMO" TO BE PRESENTED
AS DEUTSCHER VEREIN PLAY
"Ultimo," a farce comedy by Moser,
has been chosen for the annual pro-
duction of the Deutscher Verein, by
the committee in charge. The Latin
title has been translated and the play
will be known as "Der Professor Als
Kaufman."
Fred B. Wahr has been appointed
faculty director, and Frank Kolbe, '14,
business manager. The success of pre-
viou comedies and the limited time
now available for preparation, made
Mosr's play the favorite.

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Lost-Silver watch between S. 12th
and U. hall yesterday morning. Find-
er please return to 1000 Hill St. or
Phone. Elizabeth Roth, 1330-J. Re-
ward. 94
Lost--Extra long model Moore's Non-
Leakable Fountain Pen. Reward.
Please return to H. Lechner, 120 N.
Ingalls. 94
Lost--A pocket book, Saturday after-
noon, containing money, on Liberty,
State street or Huston's. Finder
kindly notify H. Arnold, 342 Liberty
Court. Liberal reward. 94
Lost-Black leather pocket book con-
taining ten dollar bill. Finder re-
turn to 810 E. Huron St. Reward. 94
For Rent-A large single room, would
be convenient for one or two. Double
desk, electric lights, hot air heating.
344 S. Division. Phone 1324-L. 94
Wanted-Today is the last time this
ad regarding summer work will ap-
pear! June 15th will arrive before
you realize! Then what? Mr.
Smithson, 432 Maynard, 1663-M.

Call 15 for Taxi or Limousin
Genuine Martin Guitars and)N
lins sold at Schaeberle & Son's
House.
Best shoe shine, hat cleanin
blocking next to Wagner's.
Polish your figors with Old I
Floor Wax. Major & Co.
Toric library spectacles at
Jewelry Co.
Do your pipes need repairing?
them in-we'll fix them. T
Shop Billiard Hall, 118-120 E. I
St. Phone 1721.
We set glass. Major & Co. e
R. A. Dolph, Funeral Directo
vate Ambulance. Phone 98.
Haller Jewelry Co. for fine
and jewelry repairing.
Do you need a pipe? Come
get a Frank pipe cheap-1-4 off
meerschaums, calabash and b
cigarette tubes and cigar ho:
during February! .Tobacco Sh
hard Hall, 118-120 East Liberty

The athletic young man
doesn't carry much baggage as a general
thing, but you will most always find a pack-
age of Fatima Cigarettes somewhere on him!
This is the cigarette that only a few years ago
was introduced in the college towns-it was
a try-out for pure, good tobacco, and the
success that happened you all know about.
Today Fatimas are the biggest selling ciga-
rettes in the country-a triumph never be-
fore equalled in cigarette annals-which
simply goes to show that real quality is the
true winner.
In an unpretentious package-quality the
best-quantity generous.

CAMPUS IN BRIEF

-Professor T. E. Rankin of the rhet-
oric department will deliver an qA
dress in Bronson, Michigan, tonight on
"The Bible and Other Books."
-Although official figures have not
yet been compiled, it is estimated by
Profressor R. W. Hegner, of the zool-
ogy department, that there is an in-
crease of more than 300 students over
the number enrolled in the science

"Distin'tve ly
Individual*

RUBBERS fo'r MEN adWM

department last year.

1ATURKISK RLENI)A
CIGARETTES

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Ten Cents

You can save money by buying your mus-
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120-122 E. Liberty Street
PHONE 1707

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