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showed himself peculiarly adapted to
the part. His easy, natural stage
presence added considerably to the
general effect of the play. S. L. Adels-
dorf, '14L, and Waldo Fellows, '14, as
the funny men of the cabaret enter-
tainment repeated their success, along
with Gordon Eldredge, in the comedy
"I'm a Nut."
The chorus work was especially
strong. The dances were new and
original and the costumes and stage
scenery added much to the all-around
development of the play.
Standing room will be sold on the
main floor of the theater for the re-
maining performances at one dollar
a person. Seats in the gallery will be
sold at the usual prices of 35 cents.
$. D. Kinne S. W. Clarkson Harrison Soule
President Cashier V. President
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of Ann Arbor.Mieb.
Capital $100,000.
Surplus and Profits, $65,000

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108 S. MAIN STREET
ANN ARBOR

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Spring Hats
FOR IMMEDIATE WEAR, AT
1ICHARDSON 115 East Liberty

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LYNDON'S EASTMAN KODAK A N D
PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORE
719 N. UNIVERSITY
NOTE..-H. H. Perry of the Delta U. House won the $5.oo Robin Prize

The T

They All Admit
we are
"Just a little better"
SO WILL 'YOU

ICE CREAM, CANDIES, LUNCHEONS
PROMPT DELIVERY SERVICE
116 S. Main St.

Roasters and

Wholesale

Grocers

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CANOE RACE DATE CHANGED
TO MAY 2; ALLOWS WORKOUT
Entry List Has 15 Crews Enrolled;
Each Canoe Must Carry Two
Life Preservers
In order that those entering the
Water Marathon may have sufficient
opportunity for preliminary training,
the Union Boat club has decided to
stage the race May 2 instead of on
April 25 as originally planned. ,t
More than 15 crews have already
signified their intention of entering
the contest, and others planning to
compete should report to R. A. Hill,
'14E.
A cup will be awarded to the winner
of the contest, and for this reason,
each crew must represent a class in
the university or some organization.
The cup will rotate from year to year,
becoming the permanent possession of
any organization which succeeds in'
winning the race for two successive
years.
The race will be for time in an ef-
fort to break the record of 4 hours and
35 minutes made two years ago.
Launches will be stationed at inter-
vals along the route as a means of
safety and to see that all the crews
follow the rules governing the race.
Each canoe will be required to carry
two life preservers.,
COSMOPOLITAN TRAVELLERS
MUST HAND IN NAMES TODAY
Vacation Tourists to Visit Detroit,
Lansing, Battle Creek, and
Grand Rapids
Names of the Cosmopolitan club
members who intend to make the
spring trip must be in the hands of
William W. Welsh, '12, at the Ann Ar-
bor civic association by 10:00 o'clock

DETROIT.
PRINCESS PLAYERS'
HOLBROOK BLINN, Director

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g Spring and Summer Ready-to-
from the shop of A. Starr Best,

Matinees
Wed.
and Sat.

Garrick

ARBOR SHOWROOM-326 S. STATE ST.I
LET THE
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Prices
25C to
$1.50

this evening. Twenty-six members,
whos elgibility requirement has been
passed upon by the board of directors,
have signed up for the tour.
William C. Achi, '14, and E. S. Sy,
'15, are making up the personnel of
the trip which will consist of about
50 men. Prof. J. A. C. Hildner, chair-
man of the board of advisors to the
foreign students, will travel with the
party.
The complete itinerary will be given
out as soon as plans of the lVuskegon
board of commerce are completed. As
scheduled now, the places to be visit-
ed are Detroit, Lansing, Battle Creek,
Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids and Jack-
son. Travelling expenses will be paid
by the various boards of commerce.
The delegation will start on April 5,
the visit to extend one week.
Fresh Tennis Team Will Begin Early
Freshmen tennis aspirants will be-
gin practice as soon as the Ferry field.
courts are in shape, according to Man-
ager Broadhead. It is expected that
much interest will be displayed this
year as the men' will meet at least six
state colleges.So far only Albion has
arranged for a game, but the manager
expects to hear soon from Ypsilanti
Normal, Adrian, Hillsdale, and M. A.
C.
Dean Cooley Confined to His Home
Dean Mortimer E. Cooley is confined
to his home with an attack of tonsilit-
is. He is not expected at his office
until next week.
HOUSE G IVES OPERA FINALE
FOUR ENCORES
(Continued from Page 1)
nison, but a big improvement was
shown over the first night. In "A
Model Daughter" and "Days of Long
Ago," Gould received merited recogni-
tion form the audience. A. M..Reed,
'15L, as "Kippy" Dunn easily held his
audience after the sensational tango
with a dummy. Gordon C. Eldredge,
as the self-assertive American mother
of Jerry Borden, a believer in art for
arts sake, acted by Bernus dline, '14,
showed splendid ability, for a novice
in such roles.
Bruce Bromley, '14, as the wealthy
American father of Caroline Sedley

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FORMERLY TEE VARSITY TAILOR OF ANN
wishes to announce that he has opened a tailoring establis
94 WEST FORT STREI
With " Coniplete Line of
BRITISH AND DOMESTIC WOOLE
Special attention given to my College trade.'
with Better Satisfaction and Better Workmansh
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Refreshments of all kinds served to order.

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FOLLOWING EVENTS
March 18.
March 27,
March 25.

FOR REMAINDER OF SEASON:
Pair of skates given away
Football game on skates
Pair of skates given away

S. University Ave.

Phone Us 416

We deliver the goods

Ladies to Skate for 15e Balance of Season
Except Saturday Nights

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