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Ialin acaan &

UITS, HATS,
FURNISHINGS

SELTONA

ich your dollars to have more.
se by trading at Wadhams &
Lasting satisfaction with ev-
transaction.

Prints in daylight and
tones itself. Beautiful
Sepia prints with little
work.
Calkin's Pharmacy

for Spring. Also a full line
most up-to-date hats and cap
forget to see our special shirt
for $1.00
Remember that we have the famous So(
Clothes. Come in and get your suit.

1,

iha-ms Q Co.
21-123 South Main Street

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OF INTEREST TO WOMEN.

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IEW SPRING STYI
VILSOM
BEST PRODUCJT

MARQUARDT,
Suits Cleaned and Pressed
and repaired
Cor. Main and Huron---Over Farmer's
and Mechanic's Bank.

alk-Over Shoes
to Main St. and save a dollar
L ]L Make
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* * * * * * * * * * *
Freshman women are planning an
informal entertainment for the sopho-
mores on Saturday afternoon, April 25,
at Barbour gymnasium. The freshmen.
are asked to pay dues for this at once,
to Elsie Paul, May Williams, Anita
Kellcy, Albertine Loomis, Charlotte
Gleason, Margaret Miller, or Virginia
Morse.
* * *
Owing to crowded tennis classes, all
women who are not regularly enrolled,
who wish to play on Palmer field will
not be allowed to sign up earlier than
4:00 o'clock of the afternoon previous
to the day on which they wish to play.
* * *
Mrs. W. W. Beman will not be able'
to receive college women this after-
noon, as announced, but will receive
instead, on May 2.
BOAT CLUB ANNOUNCES EVENTS
FOR ANNIAL SPRING REGATTA
Entries are now open for the events
to be run off during the spring regatta
to be held May 29 and 30 under the
auspices of the Union Boat club. Those
wishing to compete at that time are
urged to hand in their names as soon
as possible.
Those who wish to enter the swim-
ming contests should call Bert Chip-
man at 978. The races will include;
the mile, half-mile and 300 and 100
yard dashes. There will also be un-
derwater, fancy and running diving
as well as diving for distance.
The canoe entries are in charge of
R. A. Hill, '15E, and will include half
mile, 300 and 100 yard races. There
will be singles as well as doubles for
the last mentioned distances.
Tilting, tub races and a ~swimming
tug of war are the novelties which
have been arranged for. Those in-
tending to enter any of these contests
should see W. W. Watson, '15. Boat
club members will be admitted free
to all events and a fee of 25 cents will
be charged to non-members.
ESSAYS FOR MENORAH PRIZE
MUST BE HANDED IN SOON
The last day to hand in essays for
the Menorah prize is May 1. The con-
test is open to all students in the uni-
versity. Subjects for the essay contest
may relate to any phase of Jewish cul-
ture and ideals, past, present or future,
but the committee in charge, composed
of Professors R. M. Wenley and I. L.
Sharfman and Rabbi Leo M. Franklin,
of Detroit, have suggested ten subjects
of present-day interest in Jewish cir-
cles, as topics.

[her Tip Oxfords our Price
$5 .0 0

MUSIC AND DRAMA
"The Firefly."
Of Edith Thayer, the diminutive star
of "The Firefly," which comes to the
Whitney theater tomorrow for two
performances, the critic of the Fort
Wayne Journal writes "Miss Thayer
gives you a real surprise at her com-
ing from the wings, a petite elf of less
than 100 pounds in weight and less
than five feet in height, but with a
voice that fills the auditorium with its
volume anducharmstheear with its
beauty. You are captivated from the
start and when you learn that she can
act as well as sing, or better still,
when you learn that she can sing ef-
fectively so difficult a thing as the
aria in the last act, you cannot refrain
from applauding enthusiastically."
UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Choral Union ushers will meet at
Hill Auditorium Sunday night. Their
services will be required for the an-
nual meeting of the S. C. A. and in-
structions relative to the May Festival
will be given out.
Soph engineers have scheduled a
class dance to be held May 7 at the
Union.
Frankel $15 Suits in all the new col-
ors and styles guaranteed all wool and
to give satisfactory service or a new
suit FREE, F. W. Gross, 123 K. Lib-
erty.
Our Sphinx $2'stiff hat is our leader
and we think it is the best hat for the
money of anybody anywhere. F. W.
Gross, 123 E. Liberty.
ALLEN SELLS GOOD CLOTHING.
SPRING AND SUMMER STYLES.
Suits at $10.00-All Wool.
Suits at $15.00-All Wool, Hand Ta-
lored.
Suits at $20.00-Adlers' Make and
Style.
Suits at $25.00-Equal to Finest Cus-
tom Work.
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE,
Main Street. tf

Michigan to Have Tramp Fraternity
The tramp fraternity, "Quo Vadis,"
will hold a convention at the Universi-
ty of Missouri on April 17 and 18, at
which time the proposition to install
chapters at Michigan and several other
state universities will be discussed.
Twenty-five delegates from Nebraska,
Iowa State, Westminster, William Jew-
ell and Rolla, will beat their way to
Columbia. The fraternity, which was
founded at Missouri by Homer Croy,
is restricted to men chosen by the
members and they must have "traveled
a thousand miles without a red, and
a side-door sleeper for their bed.,

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JEWELRY
Extensive Stock at
Reasonable Prices
Skilled and Trustworthy
Watch Repairing
OPTICAL SUPPLIES
Michigan ' Pins, Fobs,
Bars and Spoons
J. B. EIBLER
1 08 West Liberty Street
Aoross ,from Mack's Side Entrance

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of our 20 years' experience
garments.
Priccs from $20 up.

tailoring.
as makers

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leals
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E. W.Brennan,

Proprietor

The 'Squeeze' F
m u s t b e e x e c u te d b y th e a th l c n t i k f s , w o i u c e t e n o y n w f
can think fast wh is quick
ment keen of eye and swift (

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SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR

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must outguess

and

'rAS COOKING
For Fraternity and Club Houses

opponents to

bring home the

run,

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HATS!

HATS!

HATS!

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Increases Cleanliness and Efficiency. Telephone for our
>resentative to call and give you expert advice for your Kitchen Eugip-
It.
Washtenaw Gas Company

ALL KINDS !

CLEANED AND BLOCKED 9
9 BEST SHOE SHINE PARLOL

-the most nourishing and digestible form of w
wheat gives the athelete and the student the
food for building brawn. brain and bone.
It nourishes the mind and body, strengthens
tissues and helps---sc
as diet can---to m

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THE FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANKt THE STATE SAVINGS BANK
101-103-105 South Main Street Surplus and Profits, $100,000.00
$Id00,000 Capital Stock $50,000.00
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Surplus and Prfits,$6900 Wm.Arnold wm J Booth C John Wolz Jr.
S a! 'Vice-ties. President Cashier
We've bevies of beauties ins Spring

On State St.

Next to Wagner & Cot

an athlete
and fit.
THE SHREDD

hard,

IHAVE YOU INVESTIGATED
THE PLAYER PIANO THOROUGHLY I

WANTED-Three men-teaching ex-
perience preferred-to complete
group doing educational work in N.
Indiana during vacation. Phone
359-M for appointment.

Shirts. New and exclusive patterns
and very handsome. $1 and $1.50. F.
W. Gross, 123 E. Liberty.

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

WANTED-Old.
No low cuts.
Address Tom

shoes, by Tom Lovell.
Send postal for call.
Lovell, City.

GRINNELL BROS.
120-122 E. Liberty St.'

Phone 1707

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