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April 30, 1914 - Image 4

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LYNDON'
KOFILMS,

Latest Styles in

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Amateur finishing
719 N. University Ave.

I SHOES and OXFORDS

IBBIEST LASTS.
JNER & CO.

NEWEST SHADES.

108 S. 'MAIN STREET
ANN ARBOR

Sprin Hat
S rn FR IMMEDIATE WEAR, AT
1~ RiICHARDSON 115 East Liberty

PHONE 166

Of interest to you
Fcor the convenience of those discrim-
natingfolks who appreciate and desire
our
High Quality Ice Cream
we are pleased to announce that among
the progressive firms using our prod-
uct are The Delta,1 University Phar-
macy,Sugden Drug Co,, M acDon-
aid's in the Campus district.

S. Main St.

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fee Roasters and

CARMPUS IN BRIEF
-Coach Fielding H. Yost will speak -t
a luncheon of the Detroit Alumni asso-
ciation this noon.
-The following men wil ii ie eharg&t'
of the regular Saturday nightdac
at the Michigan Union: V. C. Msillcv
'15L, chairman, Lawrence Roehi, '1s,
Hl. G. Tait, '15, and Humphrey Gry i1;;
'16E. Tickets go on sale at the UCniont
desk at 5:00 o'clock tomorrow .
-The third batch of 50I senior engi.
neer canes will be given out at 2:30
o'clock this afternoon, in the E ngfi -
neering society rooms, to those who
have made their first deposits.
--.r. A. N. Greene, efficiency expert ',o
the Packard Motor Car Co., will ad-
dress the members of the Commerce
club at a smoker to be held at the Lin-
ion at 7 :30 o'clock tonight.
--At a meeting held at the Union M1on-
day evening, 40 students from JTask-
son county *organized the Jackson club.
The club wil hold several 'social func-
tions before the school year is over.
It is planned to send The Michigan
Daily to the Jackson high school,, to
interest students there in the uni-
versity.,
--The last informal Wright Saaxophone
party will be held at the Union Friday
May 29. Tickets may be reserved by
calling 236.
-A tennis tournament will be organiA.
ed by the Union in the near fututre.
The courts are now ready for play .
--The Colorado club will holld its an.
nual dance at Packard academy at 8 :3
o'clock Saturday evening, Special mu-
sic from New YFork City will fe'ature the
affair. Students from other wetern
states have been extended iinvitaionsi.
--The Y.M.C.A. emnploy iient 1bureauiths
wore work for students than is; be'ing
applied for every day. Students wishi-
ing work for part of a day may get it
by applying at the office on tat
street.
-loo further word has beens recelived
from Germany in regard to the glas
for the new Lamont telescope. Profes-
sor Hussey states that work is being
held up on six other telescopes in dif-
ferent parts of the world. No news of
the glass is expected for at least rive
or six months.
-Arthur P. W arriner, '17d, is confined
to his hone with a slight attack of the
measles.

Wlatczh this Space
PROGRAM
Wene-ahy, April 29
"HIS WIFE"
°( trae M Pichigan WilNati luard at Cal-
uniai-et--Coppr Mining
Thurnday, April 30
Mm.,_ Sarah vtlornhardt In
"QUEEN ELIZABETH"
Friday, May I
M1a urice Costello in
"IRON and STEEL"
Sat~irday, M~'ay 2
The PRICE of VANITY'
r~eaturing Naomi Child-rs
Monday-Tutsday, Mlay 4-5
Charlotte lves in
"CLOTHS"
Da GA'BRICKgyp, 25 and o
JohnCrt Mats.ts
McIT YRE & EAT 'HE TEE
for. Swingr-out Dy
May yet be ordered to
arrive on time

Wholesale

mWHITNEY THEATRE-
Dluring the "Ben Hui" season the ciurtain will rise evenings precisely at 8 o'clock
Mlatiucts at 2 o'clock. No\T one seated during prelude.
Wednesday and Thursday nights at 8 P. M.
MaAY and 7
Special Matinee Thursday, May 7, 94.MP1
KLAW & E1?r.lANGERt'4 STU'jPENDOU~itS PRODUCI oN
s'.oE DRA;M.AT1IMA'RV-E:,L OF THE CENTURY
~t jrsi i.vitti the lBeauiftiul spiritjiail I'Thrilling Action of Genera!
I e~a~t'es Lt ~arvandRe'glo i asterilece. Produced with
G~ dnt SlenI ~r;in La i lxpeniditure thtan ever before lu
2C0 POPLE8 CHARIOT HORSES
Seat sale Monday, may 4 at 10; a.m.
PRICES-Orchestra 13 rows, $2.00; remainder $1.50. Balcony,
First 4 rows $1.50; next 4 $1.00: remainder 75c.
Gallery, (not reserved) 50c,

ayesstlc
THEATRE

Grocers

u Co.

Ltd.) 214 S, Main St.

Thne Donich ester
SHIRTfBOSO m always lies flat
and s rooth within the waist-
co a ¢T opeingbecause, the
end of the bosom is not at-
cache~d to the shirt but slides
over toe band of the trousers.'
$2.00h and up.
Cluett, Yeabo dy & Co., Inc. 'Makers

AT LASTIMEXICAN
WAR- VILLA'S OWN
PICTURES
MOVING PICTURES
-- IN TWO PARTS -
FAMOUS ORIOI N AL A U-
HORIZED VILLA MOVIES
You read it in the Papers.
See it at the Majestic
-TWO DAYS ONLY -
Thursday, April 30th
Friday, May tt
MATINEE AND NIGHTS
Adults 20c ChIldrenl~c
Mat. 3 P. M. N'ights 7 P.M. to 110 P. M.

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FRANKBRTHERS
11tfh Avenue Boot Shop,
Number 224
NEW YORK
EXHIBIT SHOP 326 SOUTH STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR

Gowns are made of black
henrietta and serge, Price
Caps are of .)roadloth
withx folding crowns for mhen
and cardboard crowns for
women. Price
$1.0 to $2.50,
Rental charges for
Cap and Gowin Complete

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$A.0

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UNIVERSITY AVE. PHARMACY
GOULDING & WIKEL

1 219 SOUTH UNIVERSITY'
PHONE US 418

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

WE DELIVER TKE

GOODS

DE'IhtIOI AMI 1(Uvl $010{)
FOR:N W UN ION CLUBIJHOUSE
The Union campizaign. committee has
rece iv ed a letter front the University
of Michigan club of Detroit, enclosing
a check for $500.00 for the new Union
club house. The moaey represents
part of the proceeds of the Detroit
performance of the opera, and it is the
wish of the Detroit alumni that it be.
used for some specified purpose in the
new building.

Mc DAr d rGet
Lookind for "Somethi ng Dlifferent?"
Serve MacDiarm4i's freshly cooke(], inicomn-
parabl e candy, the cady thiat is healthfnul and
delightfcul, and loved by old and young ilike,
It matters nt-an informal luncheo-n, a bit; din-
Tier, or just receiving -cillcrs-there's' a distinctive
touch in the serving ,,,o I"2a(Diarmid's."
We -fill your order by Par cel Post because we insist an
it being soft and new when yoti rce ive- it.
A Cane-y Gift That Comes i- Saturdays
r One fire dollar 111 wil ig-a big' bowof assortecl
3ciristoIerec , ry o -CTry this new plan--send your card3----and lthe 5 spot.
A* .e1l,(10 the rest.' Or send 58c for a f tf'l poundbox post
paici, if you would knmow their gonesf it.

WAG NEWL
Imparting
Tailors

tb. C .
State I
Street 1

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LET THE
RtESHM AN

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MOVIIIIITrunks, Merchandise
IC C. E.GODFREY

The Mac Plarwmids SeiI~~

C _ndyvHorse

Three Stores in Detroit
cho colate Pouse TA(Millan Branch
211 Woodward AMe. Cu,. I'ort and Wqpldw~4

Phone 82L

410 N. Fourth Ave.

Press Your Clothes

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Pw'ACKARD
DANCING CLASS MONDAY AND FRIDAY 7:00 P. fi.
Private lessons by appointment. Dreamn Waltz, Naw York Hesitation Tango, One
Step and latest variations taught. Flail and rcfrct, l, rt accominodhitioni. for pri-
vate parties.

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Fraternities Notice

HAND PRESSING

To make your party the hit of the season it will be to your
advantage to look over our line of Party Decorations.

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TROUSERS l1c

Garage and Livery in Connection

All New Fishing Boats

Festoons
"Tally Cards
Place Cards
Programs
Menus

III Lake

View vHotel

Crepe Papers
Sil'pc itin1es
Dinner Favors
LuncL. Sets
Na pkins

C. I. KiD ,'17 Lit.

WHITEMORE LAK[.
Opens May 1St
Fish, Frog, and Chicken Dminrs, ouar Specially. Duncing
parties maid fanqtuelt. leates Rvaswinale

1112 S. University Aver

Let Us Furnish Your Next Order of Dance or Banquet Programs
The Maye r-Schairer Co.
Stationers, Printers, Bindersz
112 S. Main Street Ann Arbor, Mich.

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James Burke, Prop,

Phonie 565'F 2-2

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