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April 16, 1914 - Image 4

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LYNDON'S
KODAKS,

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FILMS,

"Spring Fever" is a

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Amateur finishing
I719 N. University Ave.

CAMPUS IN BRIEFP

PPY STYLES
PERFECT FIT

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ORDER ALSO

LM, .604 E. Liberty
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OXFORDS

in Leather or Rubber
oles, at
and $5.00
xfords with white rubber sole'

-The ladies of St. Andrews church
will give a parish supper in Harris
hall tonight at 6:00 o'clock. Brief five
minute reports will be read, following
the dinner, by the church committees.
The program will be concluded at 7:45
o'clock.
-Dixie club will hold a smoker and
business meting at 7:00 o'clock to-
night at the Union. The report of the
committee which attended the conven-
tion at Chicago last week, at which the
National Dixie club association was
formed, will be presented.
-Prof. T. 1. Iden will lecture on "The
Life of Moses" in the 'Bible Chair
building at 6:30 o'clock tonight.
-Carl E. Smith, '04E, is in New York
city this week where he is carrying on
the campaign for funds with which to
build the new Y. M. C. A. building.
-The Round-Up club will hold its reg-
ular monthly -dance tomorrow night
at 8:30 o'clock at the Union. Prof. J.
R. Rood, of the law department, and
Mrs. Rood, will chaperone the party.
Nominations for new members to fill
the places of the senior members of
the club, will take place shortly.
-The loungers will meet as usual to-
morrow night at 7:30 o'clock at the
Union. Tables will be provided for
those wishing to play bridge or
five hundred. Beginning next Friday,
special arrangements will be made
for beginners and a record will be
kept of the high score made each
night.
-Upwards of twenty students were
operated upon at the university hos-
pitals during vacation, for nasal troub-
les.
-"A number of spring house cleaning
jobs are open to students who are in
need of work" was the announcement
made yesterday by Carl E. Guthe, '14,
secretary of the Union employment
bureau.
-Prof. T. E. Rankin is the authorof
an article, "The Bible, the Supreme
Product of Literary Art," which ap-
pears in the April Issue of the Homi-
letic Review, published by Funk and
Wagnalls, of New York City.

Presents

EDITH THAYER
In a New Comedy Opera

ANOTHER MUSICAL
oin

Extra Added Al
MR. AND MRS, VE!

New York's favorite dancers showing
Maxixe, Tango, Hesitation, One Step
FREE LESSONS IN THE MODERN [

WHITNEY
Saturday April 18
Matinee and Night
ARTHUR HAMMERSTEIN

A Farcial Skit onI
20-Song Hits-20

Book and Lyrics by Otto Hauerbach-Music by Rudolf Frimi
Direct from its Record-breaking Success
at the Casino Theatre, New York City

Coming Soon
There is a shop,
Proprietor "Pop
Serves things to eat
Both good and sweet
Will treat you right
MBorn, noon and night

BOW]

Mexican Soil-Ca
1000-

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Ensemble of 60
Augmeated Orchestra 20

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Prices-$2.00, $1.50,

$1, 75, 50

ERY,

308 SOUTH
STATE ST.

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Bowl

WANT$D-SALESMEN
Profitable Vacation Employment for
Students selling guaranteed household
articles. Last season students made from
$27.00to $40.o a week. Secure your ter-
ritory now.
NATIONAL CO. 4th St., Newark N.J.

loaiery
est assortment of
h rhd 1301L oria
ce Crsamaus.for Parties
daea after the Theatre.

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THIS CUT
is the shape of a certa
son's head; everyone'
is shaped differently.
hat to fit your head; w
all our hats to fit th
perfectly, free of charg
We make the lates
as fast as they come ou
is something new at ou
all the time.

Matinees
Wed. and Garrick
Saturday

Prices
50o,,75, $1,
$1.50, $2

Street

Oxfords for Spring
Our Stock of Oxfords is now
COMPLETE
LADIES' and MENS'
OXFORDS
IN LEATHER AND RUBBER SOLES FROM
$3.50 to $6.00

DETROIT
E.H. SOUTHE R N
in REPERTOIRE
WANTED-Suite of rooms, suitable for
light housekeeping. Address A.W.H.
1020 Hill Street. 133-6
FOR RENT-One large, well-furnish-
ed, very desirable room on second
floor. Call at 1243 Washtenaw or
phone 1181-M.
WANTED-Ten neat appearing men
wanted by Richardson Brush Co.,
Maynard and Liberty, to work this
summer. Apply between 2 and 5
o'clock.

118 E. t
NEAR ALL

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S"top .4t.h

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You will appreciate

'the New P
Ice Cream Candy
We make our own
302 S. Main St.

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Ligh
candy

Sw OHi tP"ap -
Shoe Store

MainS

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

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Student'sS upply SI
Only live ple.ce for student wants---end then
Morse's and Gilblert's CANDIES.

George Bisohoff
Florist
220 Chiaptn Siret Phone 809-L
Choice cut flowers and plants.

WAGNER.
Importing
Tailors

a. cO.
state
Street

Sporting Goods e nd Cigars.

Street

1111 S. University

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And Now We Are Ready to Handle Successfully t
Great Volume of Orders for Caps and Gowns

John Wolz
Cashier

Jr.

MECHANICS BANK
th Main Street

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waited engagement of
y" will -take place
i1 18, matinee and night.
artists, headed by Miss
will interpret Rudolph
ung score. Among the
bers, "Love Is Like a
Sympathy" have attract-
de attention. The scenes
y" are laid in New York
iving the producers op-

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FOR MEN
The Gowns are made of
black henrietta and serge
like the style illustrated; ac-
curate fitting is assured.
The Caps are broadcloth
with stiff folding crow n lined
on the inside with rubber
bands, thus permitting it to
set naturally on the head.

for both men and

women

We have on hand a large
stock of excellent gowns suitable

of all

classes.
House of
delivery

Outfits are made by the
Cox Sons and Vining.
s ,guaranteed when

FOR WOMEN
Gowns are similar
to the illustration and
are made up in a large
variety of black hen-
rietta and serge.
The Caps are made
of broadcloth with
stiff cardboard
crowns.

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PURCHASE needed as shipment can be made RENTAL
PRICE from New York or Chicago with= CHARGES
GOWNS-$3.35, $6.50 out dela The charge for
$6.75 $7.25, $9.00, Rental Outfits for
Sb, $12*the season is $2.00.
$1t, $12«*o
This includes cap
C APS --1.009,$1.50,and gown ordered
$2.00, $2.50. to measure.

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