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IVED

LYNDON'S
KODAKS,

Latest Styles in
SHOES and OXFORDS

FILMS,

Amateur finishing
719 N. University Ave.
CAMPUS IN BRIEF

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LASTS.

NEWEST SHADES.

& CO.

108 S. MAIN STREET
ANN ARBOR

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Spring Hats
FOR IMMEDIATE WEAR, AT .
RICHARDSON 115 East Liberty

-The 28 canes for the senior medics
will be given out at noon today in the
surgical amphitheater of the hospital.
--Announcement has been made of the
engagement of Miss Nellie Mae Gou-
cher, instructor in music in the school
of music, to Frederick K. Schwankor-
Sky, Jr., of New York City.
-Motion pictures of Michigan events
will be shown regularly in 42,000 thea-
ters and news and pictures of the
campus will appear in papers of near-
ly every country of the world. Daines
and Nichols, State street photogra-
phers have been appointed as agents
of the International News Service, in
this territory. The International ser-
vice is the greatest in the world and
insures the universial advertisement
of Michigan.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES

ORPHEUM
Watch this Space
PROGRAM
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22
"T HE MASSACRE"
THURSDAY, APRIL 23
James K. Hackett, In
"TI-IE PRISONER OF ZENDA"
FRIDAY, APRIL 24
"THE UPHILL CLIllB "
Western Farce Comedy
SATURDAY, APRIL 25
",THE PORTRAIT"
Featuring Mrs. Mary Morse
Monaey and Tuesday, April 27 yd28
"THlE PRIDE OF JERRO"
Featuring Miss Laura Sawydr

EMPLE
HEATRE
The Cool Theatre
Saturday, April 25
A Great Racing Play
The MysteryoF
Thoroughbred
4R1eel's-Pathe Films
ADMISSION 10c

and the
jestle
amuse
plate a1
will be

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TON IGHT
7:00 P. M. TO 10.00 P. M.
Photo Plays, De Lux
Films D'Art
Comedy, Drama,Travel,etc.
NIGHTS ONLY-Starting 7, 8 and
9 p. m. Continuous Show. Come
when you like, stay as long as you
please.
Adults 1 CcChildren 5c
Complete Change of Program Daily

.wn T
Every night, durn
and summer, ti

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Offinteresttoyou
For the convenience of those discrim-
natingfolks who appreci ate and desire
our
High Quality Ice Cream
we are pleased to announce that among
the progressive firms using our prod-
uct are The Delta, University Phar.
macy,Suoden Drug Co., MacDon-
aid's in the Campus district.

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Matinees
Daily
except
Thurs.& Fri.

Nights
GARRICK -ights
to and 25C

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16 S. Main St.

oe Roasters and

Wholesale

Grocers

Co., Ltd., 214 S. Main St.

....

Clarkson Harrison Soule
shier V. President Passt Rest,T the
TIONAL BANK Fresh hame-made candies, crackerjack
Arbor. Mich. and fountain drinks at
d $t ooMACS 613 E. Liberty ,

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Candidates for the senior engineer
baseball team report at 3:30 o'clock to-
day at south Ferry field.
-. Girls' Educational club meets today
at Newberry hall at 3:00 o'clock.
Soph engineer baseball practice at
4:00 o'clock at south Ferry field.
Junior, engineer baseball practice
at 4:00 o'clock at south Ferry field.
Dr. Mabel Ulrich lectures to univer-
sity women at 4:30 o'clock at Newber-
ry hall.
Fresh lit baseball practice 2:30
o'clock south Ferry field.
Junior lit baseball practice, 3:00
o'clock, south Ferry field.
Ferris Institute will meet Saturday
night in Webster hall, of the law build-
ing at 7:00 o'clock.
Hobart Guild will give a banquet for
st all university people affiliated with the
Episcopal church, in Harris hall,
Thursday, May 7.,
The Wright Saxophone party, will
St. be held at the Union tonight, is the
last of the series. The dance will be
conducted as usual, except that tick-
ets may be obtained at the door.
The senior dents will hold a class
meeting in the amphitheater of the
dental building, Saturday at 9:00
o'clock for the purpose of selecting a
class memorial.
Fresh engineers will have baseball
practice today in south Ferry field at
4:00 o'clock and tomorrow at 9:00
o'clock.
Exclusive agents for Diemel linen
mesh underwear. Lindenschmitt Apfel
& Co. tf
WANTED-A few good men to join a
Michigan Law Grad. 1911 for sum-
mer in Winnipeg, Canada, on a high
grade selling proposition. He is av-
eraging $12.00 per day now. $65 per
month and car fare guaranteed.
Phone 359-M. tf
WANTED-To rent a good modern 8'

LET THE
ESHMAN

Press Your Clothes

Pathe Freres Announce
The Life of Our Saviour
Hand Colored
Whitney Theatre
Friday, April 24
Saturday Mat, and Evening
April 25
THE FAMOUS
COM-ANY
A E$T TAV LI;6 OPERATIK ORANIZATi2 IN AMICA
4JIT H TWENTY i TI JG~tPED LUROPEAN AND AM1CAN
SUPERB SINGING CHORUS
BEAUTIFUL SCENIC, COSTUMING and
PROPERTY EFFECTS
Repertoire
Friday Eve., Donizetti's
"LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR"
Sat. Mat., Verdi's
" RIOLETTO"
Sat. Eve., Verdi's
.IL TROVATORE "
Each Opera to be presented with a
different and distinct Al-Star Cast of
Leading Artists, under the direction of,
two Noted Maestros: Chev. Giuseppe
Angelini, and Sig. Giovanni Leotti.
Prices, Eve., $2 to 50c. Mat., $1.50
to 500.
Seat Sale opens wednesday, April 22,
io a. m.
room house in University District.
Possession soon. Phone 359-M. tf
WANTED-Women students who need
to make some money for summer to
know that we can use some high
grade educational work and guaran-
tee $100 and expenses. Phone 359-
M. tf
WANTED-Three men for summer
work. Salary. Cal] 2472-M between
7:00 and 9:00 a. m. and 12:00 and
2:00 p. m. for appointment. 141-42
LOST--Locket off watch fob. Old Eng-
lish "C" on back. Reward. Phone
LOST-Treble Clef sorority pin set in
pearls. C. M. P. on back. Return
to Daily Office. 142
LOST-Silver bar pin with fraternity
crest. Finder please return to 701
Forest. Tel. 1440-M. Reward. 142

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WE DELIVER THE GOODS

FRANK BROTHERS,
Fifth Avenue Boot Shop,
Number 224
NEW YORK
EXHIBIT SHOP 326 SOUTH STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR

UNIVERSITY AVE. PHARMACY
GOULDING & WIKEir

12i9 SOUTH UNIVERSITY
PHONE US 416

ND PRESSING

TS 25c

TROUSERS IOc

The 'Squeeze

Play

C. 1. KIDD, '17 Lit.

1112 S. University Ave.

must be executed by the athlete who
can think fast, who is quick of judg-
ment, keen of eye and swift of limb.
He must outguess and outspeed his

APS AND GOWNS

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You will appreciate

opponents to

bring home the needed

Are Now Ready

"or Seniors of All Classes
We have on hand a large stock of excellent
gowns made of black Henrietta, suitable for
both men and women.
The caps are of broadcloth with stiff rubber-
band crowns for men, and stiff card-board
crowns for women.
Delivery guaranteed when needed, as outfits can be
shipped from New York or Chicago without delay,

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.

run.
SHREDDED WHEAT
-the most nourishing and digestible form of whole
wheat gives the athelete and the student the- best
food for building brawn. brain and bone.
It nourishes the mind and body, strengthens the
tissues and helps---so far
as diet can---to make

WAGNIEI
Importing
Tailors

(A CO.
State
Street

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an athlete
and fit.

hard, firm

If You FREIGHT
Expect
PHONE US AND SAVE TROUBLE
C" E. GODFR.EY, 410 N. Fourth AYe, Phone 82-L

THE SHREDEDAWHEAT.CO.
NIACARA FALLS, 'N. Y.

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are priced
Caps from

from $3.35 to
$1.00 to $2.50

$12.00

Rental Charges for Outfits Complete
for the Season are $2.00
MACK & CO.

PACKARD ACADEMY
DANCING CLASS MONDAY AND FRIDAY 7:00 P. M.
Private lessons by appointment. Dream Waltz New York Hesitation Tangoone
Stop and latest variations taught. Hail and refresh ment accommodations Vor pri-

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