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Matinee-Night
Wednesday, April 1
Stetson's Big Spectacular
"Uncle Tonfs
Cabin'

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

CAMPUS IN BRIEF
--"The Adequate Object of Religion"
is the subject of Prof. R. M. Wenley's
lecture in Harris hall at 4:30 o'clock
today. The address forms part of the
Lenten series given under the auspices
of the Hobart guild and is open to the
public without charge.
-Prof. A. S. Whitney, of the education
department, who has been confined to
his home with a severe cold for the
last few days, was slightly worse yes-
terday, but hopes to be able to meet
his classes next week.
-The Loungers will meet as usual to.
night at the Union. Tables will be ar-
ranged for those wishing to play
bridge or five hundred.
-Prof. T. 3. Iden will continue his
lectures on "The Sermon on the
Mount" in the Bible Chair building,
at 4:10 o'clock this afternoon.
-More students have-applied at the
Michigan Union .employment bureau
for work during spring vacation than
positions can be furnished for. If all
housekeepers and others who will have
work at that time will notify the bu-
reau, the men can be supplied.
-According to Dean V. C. Vaughan,
the honor system will not be reinstated
in the freshman medic class this sem-
ester. The matter has been peacefully
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settled, and will not be considered
again this year.
-More than $200 was paid into the
senior lit treasury Wednesday after-
noon at the last collection of dues of
the year. About 60 class members did
not pay their assessments, and as a
result their names will not appear on
the commencement invitations. A rec-
ord was established this year in that
two collections netted more than
$1,700, which, as far as is known,
breaks all previous records.
-Prof. Wenley will leave tomorrow
night for the copper country of the
upper peninsula. He will give ad-
dresses at Hancock, Lake Linden, Dol-
lar Bay, Painesdale, Calumet, Hough-
ton and L'Anse. He expects to be
gone ten days. His classes will meet
as announced, with Professors Vibbert,
Sellars and Parker in charge.
-A few tickets are still left for the
Wright Saxophone Trio party to be
held at the Union tonight and may be
obtained at the door. The chaperones
for the affair will be Mr. and Mrs. Hen-
ry W. Douglas.
--A graduate club nieeting will be
held at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow evening
in Barbour gymnasium. Prof. J. .
Reeves will speak and a dancing and
musical program will follow.
-Dixie club will hold a special busi-
ness meeting and smoker at 7:30
o'clock tonight at the Union. Plans for
entertaining members who will spend
the spring vacation here,. will be dis-
cussed, and arrangements for a spring
dance will be made. There will be an
entertainment at which some "Dis-
tinctly Southern" features will be pre-
sented.
-Several of the teams ill the class
bowling league have been eliminated,
and the fight for first honors is now
confined to the junior laws, senior en-
gineers, soph lits, medics and fresh
lits.
-If. Robrs, lit, who transferred to this
university from Dartmouth at the be-
ginning of the second semester, left
for his home in New York City, yester-
day, where he will be operated on for

On a stupendous and magnificent
scale, with all the added features
that have made this Company
famous.
CARLOAD OF BEAUTIFUL
S$ENERY.
Mechanical and electrical effects,
brass bands, colored bugle corps,
colored singers and dancers, blood
hounds, beautiful floats and table-
aux chariots drawn by handsome
little Shetland ponies.
Watelk for the Big Parade
PRICES
Night-Lower Floor......... .5c
Balcony........... ..35c
Matinee- Adults...............Se
Children .................15a

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PRICES---$2, $1.50, $1, 75c

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Grocers

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Co.,

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it Shop,

the beautiful Nines and
soft curves embodied
in our high grade, hand
tailored garments.
Our coatmakcer are ex-
perts and are proud of their
products. All garments made
in our own shops.

TONIGIHT
MARX BROS.
30 PEOPLE 30
NEW EDITION
SCHOOL DAYS
13I0 DOING&
MATINEE TODAY 300
Matinee Prices
Wed. 25c to
$2.Co
DETROIT
MADAME MOSELLE
K. D. Kinue S. W.Clarkson Harrison Soule
President Cashier V. President
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
.f Ann Arbor. Mich.
Capital $ioo,ooo.
Surplus and Profits, $65,ooo
Pass the Rest, Try the Best
Fresh home-made candles, crackerjack
and fountain drinks at
MAC'S 613 E. Liberty St.

Under A
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SHOP 326 SOUTH STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR

WAGNER
Importing
Tailors

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SIX MONTHS IN B
PRICES: $2, $1.50, $1,

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If You FREIGHT
Expect FE '.H
PHONE US AND SAVE TROUBLE
Co E. GODFEY, 410 N. Fourth Ave. Phone 82-L

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ONE NIGHT ONLY

Press Your Clothes

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Coliseum

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Friday,
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Closes Tues. Eve., March 31st
FOLLOWING EVENTS FOR REMAINDER OF SEASON:
March 27, Football game on skates
March 25. Pair of skates given away
Ladies to Skate for 15c Balance of Season
Except Saturday Nights.

C. I. KID, 17 Lit.

Billy Campbel's All Star
Athletic C

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1112 S. University Ave.

World Champlins

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Wrestling, Bag Punching, Heavy Liftin
Feats of Skill and Strength, High Clau
and Interesting.

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Model Daughter

$1.00, 75c, 50c

TY AVE. PHARMACY
GOULDING & WIKLtL

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Score and Songs are oti sale at

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PACKARD ACADEMY
Dancing classes every Monday and Friday 7 P. M. Private lessons by
appointment. Hall and Dining Room accoinodations for private parties
Refreshments of all kinds served to order.

1219 SOUTH UNIVERSITY
PHONE US 416,

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GRINNELL BROS. 120 and 122
East Liberty St.
Scores done up ready to mail. Music MAILING TUBES FRX
LARGEST MUSIC HOUSE IN MICHIGAN
Everything in the Realm of Music
Phone 1707

For latest and best Jewelry go to
H llr Jawelrv Co_ State St. 126

Open every day until 9:00p
Sundays from 9:30 to 4:30 only

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:Eastman Kodaks-10c. Lyndon. eod
Quality-Service and P-rices Right. ---- _ _ _ _-
Edsill's Retall Drug Store. Tue-Fri B'est shine at French Parlors on Lib-
erty just off State. Step in. eod
Safety razors sharpened keen as new
2e each. Pay after you try blades. Cash for books-Libraries or small
American Tool Co., Dept. A., Columbus, lots. C. E. Barthell,, 326 S. State St.
Ohio. Tue&Fri Tel. 761-M. 124 tf

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