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LYNDON'S
KODAKS,

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FILMS,

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HEATRE

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Cure for that "6Spring Fever'' is a

AmateurfIlnishing
719S N. Un* rslty Ave.

A LOailored Suit 0

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CARPUS IN BRIEF

FABRICS
SNAPPY STYLES
PERFECT FIT
IHiRTS TOD ORDER ALSO
MALCOLM, 604 13. Liberty

-M.Berne L. Tickner, 12, secretary
of the Northern Insurance Company,
will address the members of Mr. F. H.
Stevens' "class in insurance, at 1:00
o'clock today, in room 306 N. W;
--Members of the Indiana club - ill"
hold a smoker Friday night at the Un-
ion.
-The Botanical Journal club will hold
a meeting tonight at 8:00 o'clock in
room 1{06, Mason Hall. Reports will
be read by, Doctor Newcombe and sev-
eral other members of the club.

ORPHEUM,
Watoh this Space
'.PROGRAM
Tuesday, April 28
The Pri~dc
of Jerrico
Featuring Miss Laura Sawyer

The Cool Theatre
W'nesday, Apr. 29

AT LASTIMEXICAN
WAR-, VILLA'S OWN
PICTURES
MLOVING PICTURES
-IN TWO PARTS -
FAMOUS ORIGI NA L A U-
THOPiZED' VILLA MOVIES

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INIREAT
4 Reels-Kalom Film
,ADMISSION lOc,-

You read it in the Papers.
See it at the Majestic
- TWO DAYS ONLY -
Thursday, April 30th
Friday, May let
MATINEE AND NIGHTS
Adults 20c Children 10c
Mat. 8 P. M. Nights 7 P.M. to 10 P. M.

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---The next Fisher party will
at the Union May 8. ┬░Tickets
reserved by calling 319 or 236.

be held
may be

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75

famous Shoes for Men.

ubber

Soles

$51,00

nian rubber soled Shoes and Oxfords are becoming
is among college men because of the way they
fit and hold shape AND ALSO BECA>USE ,wu
RGE YOU
00 and $4.50 not $6.00 and $7.00
of hundreds of pairs sold by us we do not know of
gle pair that ever went wrong in any way. All.
have the spliced leather toe piece. Buy them at
'HE CAMPUS BOO0TE RY
508 S. State
m~ Towrv Store 215 S. M rlIr~anwmadCfl +Forsth.

-Prof. T. 3f. Iden will lecture on "The
Mosaic Law," in the Bible Chair
building at 6:30 o'clock tonight.
-Prof. A. G. Ruthyen, of the zoology
department, who has been sick for sev-
eral days, has resumed his usual work
at the museum.
-Prof. E. H. Kraus of the physics de-
partment will give an illustrated lec-.
ture on "Synthetic Gems" at 4:30
o'clock today in the Mineralogical lab-
oratory.
-President Harry B. Hutchins will go
to Toledo May 2 to speak at the dinner
of the alumni of that city.
-Adna Johnson, '14, business manager
of The Michigan, Daily, was called
home Saturday by the serious illness
of his mother.
-Karl B. Matthews, '13, returned to
his home yesterday after a visit in Ann
Arbor. While In school Matthews was
sport editor of The Michigan Daily.
-There will be a meeting of the board
of directors of the Union this noon at
the Union. Several important matters
will be considered,
-The Union tennis courts are being
weeded and rolled, and probably will
be ready for use by Wednesday.
-The last Fisher party will be held
Friday, May 8, at the Union. The dance
will be informal {and will begin at
9:00 o'clock. Several features are to be
introduced during the evening. Tick-
ets may be obtained by callini 319 or
236.
IDA V. WOODRUJRY SPEAKS
ON SOUTHERN UPLIFT WORK
Mrs. Ida Vose Woodbury, of Boston,
Mass., will give a lecture on "From
Alaska to the Gulf," in High School
hall at 8:00 o'clock tonight. Mrs.
Woodbury has spent a number of years
with the negroes and mountain whites
of Tennessee and Kentucky, *and' is'
now making a nation wide lecture tour
to interest the public in these people.
biemel linen mesh underwear at Lin-
denschmitt Apfel. & Co's. tf
LOST-Emerald Rosary-gold cross
and chain. "Genevieve" engraved on
cross. Please phone 765-J.
LOST-Will the gentleman who, by
mistake, took the salt' and pepper
Balmaacan coat from the library
cloak room of the law building last
Thursday evening, please return it
to its rightful owner. H. L. Nutting,
220 South 'Thay er.
LOST-Gold open faced Elgin watch,

Matinees Ni' ghts
Daily *Gfl ICf 10 25 and 5i0
except Mats.
Tburs.& Fri. Ia and 25C
John Cow r M TV E senisiTHE HAM TEE
Episcopal Theological school
CAMBRIDGE. MASS. a
The location offers unusual opportunity
for graduate work at Harvard Univerui-
ty. For catalogue address Dean Hodges.
' OF INTEREST TO WOMFEN. *
Class meetings of freshman, sopho-
more, and junior women, to be held at
the same time in different rooms in
Barbour gymnasium, are called for
4:00' o'clock Thursday afternoon, by
the self-government committee, for the
purpose of nominating representatives
for the coming year.,
Dr. Mabel Uhlrich will give the last
of. her series of talks to university
women at, 4:30 o'clock this afternoon
in Newberry hall.
* *
The date of the junior-freshman
luncheon at the Union, for which ten-
tative plans were made at -the last jun-
ior luncheon, has been set for May 9.
Further announcement will be made
as soon as the committee in charge
has completed the final arrangements.
* * *
There, will be a meeting of Mortar
Board at 7:30 o'clock tonight at the
Delta Gamma house.
Stylus will meet at 8:00 o'clock at-
the .Gamma Phi Beta house. Profes-
sor Scott will talk.
DEAN. GUTHE -RETURNS FROM
MEETING OF 100 PHYSICISTS

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During the "Ben Hur" season the curtain will rise evenings precisely at 3 o'clock
Matinees at2 o'clock. No one seaters during prelude.

Wedn

esday and Thursday nights at 8
MAY6 and 7
Special Matinee Thursday, May 7, 2 P. M.
UAAW &itI N~'R%"l STPINDOL '4 PRIIA

P. M6

BANCROFT

There is a shop,
Proprietor "Pop;"
Serves things to eat
Both good and sweet
"Will tteat you right
W!orn, noon and night

722 Monroe
Cigars. Cigarettes. Tobacco
Stationary. (,audy. Magaziaes
etc.

"POP"

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13D AC1C MA]RV EL OF THE CENTJ
- i E t"g i th~ Ii' tu1 1t1i I 2L'0t It l tri'lln g IA 1 1'0(11.5
V Ad.;i, &s Lit~rk wo :,-1 I 11 ExMll11t11reiflliC.prol
er or1; : 1 4 t 141 ud 1 1111WoUI11 We (aree1'.
LE1 8 CHARIOT HORSJ
Seat sale Monday, May 4 at 10 a.m.
PRICES- Orchestra 13 row*, 52.00; remainder $1.50. B
First 4 rows $1.50; next 4 $1 .00: remainder 75c.
Gallery, (niot reserved) 50c,-

The Suia~r Bowl*
C0rbfectfionzery
We have the best assortmcnt of
Chocolwtes aend BovL. Bone~
All kira of fs..noy zoo Creams for Parties
Try our Frrult 5,undaee after the Theatre

..SMORWANOW..
wlqmmmmmm

STUDENTS

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Get to Know

edn Street

RAY L'S
in Detroit for

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SOLE

OXFORDS

FOR LADIES AND GENTS

ck and tan
eady soles,

calffikin,

low -broad

heel s,

Prices $3.50 to $6.00

les distinctly.

above the ordinary."

3 hr'sx Shoe Stores Mai st.
"Nettleton Shoes"

Dean Carl Guthe, of the graduate de-
partment, has returned from Wash-
ington, where a week's session of the
"Committee of One Hundred" was lheld.
The Committee of One Hundred is a
con Tmittee appointed by President Wil-
son,' composed of the leading physicists
of the country.
ORIENTAL RUG collection offered
for sale for two days, Tuesday and
Wednesday. This collection is con-
signed to Koch and Henne on Main St.
by Mr. K. B. Bonahoom from Detroit,I
Mich., the well-known importer and
collector of Oriental rugs for twenty
years.
Mr. Bonahoom needs the cash to
clear his stock from the ware-house
and this is an opportunity for Ann Ar-
bor people to buy the best Oriental
Rugs for the importation cost prices.
You are invited to come and 'inspect
this collection. Mr. B~onahoom also
sent one of his experts, Mr. Joseph K.
T-awell to give estimation on any
cleaning or repairing.,

Michigan's

Oldest Sporting

Goods Store

ATHLETICS,r
KODAKS,
CU'TLER'Y,
GUNS,
FISHING TACKLE ETC.

T. . RYLCo.
T *RY Corner Congress & Woodward

last Sunday. Monogram W.
Return to 1015 E. Huron.
397. Reward.

S. G.
Phone

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p e~t the Crest

The New
M .. Candy

p Ie. Ce
:: Light Lunches

We make our owny
Main St.

candy
Near Liberty

The Oreys
that are so much in demand
in the east, when juade. up by
our experts in our own shop,
give you a truly metropolitan
product-
LET
us.
TAILOR,
FOR.
- You

AGENTS-Men and Women
Make ioo per cent, selling Winan's
Clothes Line Tightener--newest thing out.
Patented. Sells on sight. Write for par.
ticulars.
DA-VIDGO12,EORDEN Co.
Water St, Bingharnpton, N. Y.

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Ann Arbor Carpet CleaningI
For 75 years the best carpet an(
reuovators in the city.. Rugs ma
si'zed, sterilized and cleaned. Prices'
work guaranteed.P

:ors sharpened keen as new
Pay after you try blades.
ol Co., Dept. A., Columbus,
Tue&Frl
of Rexall Remedies. Ed-
I Drug Store. 122 South
Tue-Fri

Exclusive -agents for Dlemel linen'
miesh tunderwear. Lindenschmitt Apfel
&Co. tf
*WANTED-To rent a good modern 8
room house in University District.
Possession soon. Phone 359-Al. tf

W. Lead Tharp All rin
KODAK SUPPLIES
Ameiataur FrIftlshlnittatd Developing
Full1 Line of Sportin Goods
Stuents Suppl
L. C. Schleede

Store

WAGNEIL
Impoetins
Tailoms

slate

and Prices Right. LOST-At Soph. Prom. an enameled
g Store. Tue-Fri piu. Phone 411.

11'11 S. University

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