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SUITS, HATS,
dI FURNISHINGS

SELTONA

dollars to have more
ing at Wadhams &
g satisfaction with ev-
ion.

Prints in daylight and
tones itself. Beautiful
Sepia prints with little
work.
Calkins Pharmacy

for Spring. Also a full line of
most ,up-to-date hats and caps.]
forget to see our special shirt baj
for $1.00
Remember that we have the famous Society
Clothes. Come in and get your suit.

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dhams (& Cyo.
121-123 South Main Street

)UN WOO 0 i'

A. MARQUARDT
of foriuni
Suits Cleaned and Pressed
and repaired
Cor1 Main and Huron---Over Farmer's
and Mechanic's Bank',

CAMPIJSMILES
Mkodesty thou art indeed a Jew-
el.!-Pope.
At the close of the finda twilight con-
cert on Tuesday, Earl Moore is report-
ed to have miade the statement that lie
will give a concert of popular ragtime
music on the Columzbian organ, April
26th at 11:59 p. mn.,.Tn this manner lie
hopes to pttract that. class of students
who are unable to appreciate classical
music, and hie will probably inter-
sperse several classical pieces between
the. popular stuff.
Below is the dedicatory rag, written
especially for the occasion, by Irving
Leipzig. It will be printed in gray ink
on the black paper souvenir program.
Remember the date! April 26th, 11:59

WHITNEY
TO-"N IGHT

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Photoplays Do Luxo

ANN JFWWuehLG.

ENEW SPRING STYLE
WILSON
CS BEST PRODUCT

KEYSTONE=
= COMEDIES
CONTINUOUS SHOW FROM 7 TO 10 P.M.
"Come when you like, stay
as long as you please."
COMPLETE CHANGE PROGRAM NIGHTLY
NOTICE! - From now on High.
Class Pictures will be shown
nights when there are no regu-
lar shows.
ALL SEATS lOc
3Shows Each Night
3 7P. M. TO 10 P.M.

JEWELRY,
Extensive Stock at
Reasonable Prices
Skilled and Trustworthy
Watch Repairing
OPTICAL SUPPLIES

and

SOAPS,

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The most
PER'FUI

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Bars and Spoons'
J. B. EIBLER

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109 West Liberty Street
Across from Mapkt's Side Entrance

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SUGDER DRUG
302 S. STATE STI
PHONE 1244-J

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-O0ver Shoes.
.ak StL and save a dollar
Make
e '.Us

When the Steel Mills of Gary Grow
Cold Mamie Darling.
Mamie was a tan go kid,
She danced from morn to night;
She one stepped, two stepped, hopped
and glid,
Where'er the lights were bright.
She came to dear Ann Arbor town,
And heard that twilight organ play;
She ran home for her tango gown,
And sang upon the wa-a-a-y.
Refrain (from singing)
Oh, Mister Moore, oh please, oh please,
Please play that tune once more.
Play on themr chimes, that big base
stop,
Oh, gee, my shoulders have to hop,
When I get on the floor!!!
For I don't care where I may be,
Your music's all the same to me,
Your playing I adore.
Oh, please repeat that "Mugwump
Dance"
That "Tray Mootard," that "Angels'
Prance"-

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Oh, Mister Moore, please
tune again!! ! !!

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play that

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Guess the Sex of L. T.T!
Smiles: The announcement that the
boulevards were to be improved by the
addition of benches was in the wrong
place. It should have been run under
"Of Interest to Women."-L. T.
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Wild Life in Nebraska.
PERSONAL-Will the gentleman who
took. the pink slipper from Hall's
dance hall, kindly return the same
to 143 E. Gaylord St. and oblige.-
Want ad. in "The Olympian" 7(Ne-
braska College of Women.)

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Training Ti,
means denying yourself many pleasant
bars out Coca-Cola. The leadinga
players in the country endorse it. In~
or on the field they drink ',t for the
benefit they have found it contains.
Delicious - Refri
Thirst -Quenc.

Tip Oxfords our Price
.00

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's 'New Place'

K~ ~ THE COCA-COLA CO.
4-c Atlanta, Ga.

rth University Ave.

'HAVE YOU INVESTIGATEDI
THE PLAYER PIANO THOROUGHLY ?I

Board

a r $3.75o#Q$4.25
" ". . !* ar* .5.50
" r s 3 c to 40a
r " . '.500

le Meals
Jay Dinnet

Are you familiar with its Wonderful Opportunities? Call at
our warerooms and let us demonstrate them for you-All the
latest Rolls.
GRINNELL ]BROS.

The'quee

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E. W. Brennan,

Proprietor

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120-122 E. Liberty St.

Phone 1707

must be executed by the athlete
can think fast, who is quick ofj
mien t keen of eye and :swif t ofl

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Special
Caps and Cowns

tHe must outguess and
opponents to bring horn

outsf
roc the

Announcement

10, freb Bix on
TAIL~OR
NuMBU~R 61 WXST FORT S'rRIHr
D]UrROIT, ICH.

All Departments
It Convenient, Get
Measured at Once

Arun.
SHREDDED, WHEAT
--the most nourishing and digestible form of whol
wheat gives the athelete and the student the be:
food for building brawn, brain and bone,
It nourishes the mind and body, strengthens th
tissues and helps---so fa

Main 2351

WILL GIVE SPECIAL
ATTENTION To ANN ARBOR STUDENTS

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711 N. University Ave.

SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR

GAS

COOKING

For Fraternity and Club Houses

ALLEN SELLS GOOD CLOTHING.
SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES.
Suits at $10.00-All Wool.
Suits at $15.00-All Wool, Hand Tai-
red.
Suits at $20.00-.Adlers' Make and
yle.
Suits at $25.00-Equal to Finest Cus-

Call 15 for Taxi or Limousine.
Call 15 for Taxi or Limousine.

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athlete
fit.*
SHREDOEI
NIAGARA F/

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hard,

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"Mullins" canoes. C. A. Swainson,
agent. Phone 1330-M.
"Old. Town" Canoes. D. H. Bell,
agent. Phone 659-J.

Incereases Cleanliness and Efficiency. Telephone for our
Representative to call and give you expert advice for your Kitchen equip-
mient.
Washtenaw Gas Company

GOOD CLOTHES STORE}
Main Street. t

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