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LYNDON'S
KOIDAKS,

FILMS,

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Latest Styles in

Amateur finishing
719 N. University Ave.

£L SHOES arnd OXFORDS

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LASTS. NEWEST SHADES.

& CO.

108 S. MAIN STREET
ANN ARBOR

Spring ats
FOR IMMEDIATE WEAR, AT
A RICHARDSON 115 East Liberty

JIE'ORAII CONTEST ESSAYS
MUST BE HANDED IN TODAY
Essays written for the Menorahi
prize must be handed in to the office of
the President of the university not
later than 6:00 o'clock today. Essays
are not limited in length. They must
bear a motto, and be accompanied by
a sealed envelope containing the motto
and the author's name. The contest
is open to all undergraduate students
in the university.
G~ARG~OYLE'S SPRING ISSUE
DUE TO APPEAR TOMORROW
Spring, in all its splendor and gentle
soul-satisfying phases, will be featur-
ed in the "Spring" number of the Gar-
goyle, scheduled to appear tomorrow.
The cover is a typical portrayal of the
balmy spring days, and was drawn by
L. M. Kishlar, designer of the cover
for the "Fbast" number. More humorous
drawings than usual will feature this
number.

ORPHEUM
Watch this Space
PROGRAM
Wednesday, April 29
"HIS WIFE"
Extra: Michigan NiatIonal Guard at Cal-
uniet---Coppor Mining
Thursday, April 30
Mmne. Sarah Bernhardt in
"QUEEN ELIZABETH"
Friday, May I
Maurice Costello In
"IRON and STEEL"3
Saturday, May 2
'The PRICE of VANITY'
Featuring Naomi Childers
Monday-Tuesday, May 4-5
Charlotte Ives In
"CLOTHS"
Matinees£ *, Nights5
Daily :I [ 0,25 anr oc
except GURICK'I ~Mats.
Thurs.& Fri. io andC 25c
'hM YR & FATiI HE HAM TREE'

1)uriug the "Beni Hur" season the curtain will rise evenings precisely at 8
.Matinees at 2 o'clock. No one seated during prelude.
Wednesday and Thursday nights at 8 P.
MAY 6 and 7
Special Matinee Thursday, May 7, N.MP
KLAW & ERIANGER'S STUPENDOUS PRODUCTION
YU'
TH~E DRAMATIC MARVEL OF THE CENT'
Stirring with the Beautiful Spirit and Thrilling Afction of [
Lew 1 VaJlavp's Literiro aud IRe!igion-,, Masterpiece. Producei
laure Opulent splendor aind La ish Expenditure than eier he
its 1'.Anoat) ned and U naippo~rnl i be career.
200 PEOPLE 8 CHARIOT HORS]
Seat sale Monday, May 4 at 10 a.m.
PRICES--Orchestra 13 rows, $2.00; remainder $1.50. Ba
First 4 rows $1.50; next 4 $1.00: remainder 75c.
Gallery, (not reserved) 50c,

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Of interest to you
Pe r the convenience of those discrim-
natingfolks whio appreciate and desire
our
High Quality Ie Cream
we are pleased to announce tlxit among
the progressive firms using our prod-
uct are The Delta, University Phar-
macy,SugdIen Drug Co., MacDon-
ald's in the Campus district.

1 16 S. Main St.

fee Roastersand1

Wholesale

Grocers

Co.,

Ltd., 214 S. Main St.

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A NK BROTHERS,'
Avenue Boot Shop,
Number 224-
NEW YORK
HOP 326 SOUTH STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR

1)ean H~insdale Will Attend Conference
Dean W. B. Hinsdale of the homeo-
pathic medical college, will leave Sun-
day night for Washington, D. C., where
lie will attend the National Tuberculo-
sis Conference as a delegate from the
board of trustees of the Michigan
State Sanitorium for Tuberculosis.
CAMPUS IN BRIEF
-The Indiana club smoker will not
be held tonight, as stated in The Dai-
ly yesterday, but will take place as
scheduled on May 15..
-Tickets for the regular Saturday'
night dance at the Union are on sale at
the desk. Thie chaperones for the af-
[fair~ will be Prof. W. G. Stoner, of the!
lay- department, and Mrs., Stoner, andI
Prof. L. M. Gram, of the engineering
department, and Mrs. Gram.
-Regular mneeting of the 'Kentucky
club at 7:30 o'lock tonight at the Un-
'ion.
1U IVERSITY 1NO1iCES
Band meeting at 7:00 o'clock this
evening in Watermxan gymo. Report at
hill auditorium at 1 :00 o'clock Satur-
dad.
Senior lit baseball men meet at south
l~erry field at 3 :00 o'clock today.

Caps and Gowns
for Swing-out Day
May yet be ordered to
arrive on time

Gowns are made of black
henrietta and serge. Price
$3.35 to $12#00
Caps" are of broadcloth
with folding crowns for men
and cardboard crowns for
women. -Price
$1.00 to $2.50
Rental charges for
Cap and Gown Complete

Standish-a New
ARRON<4'W
COLLAR:
for Summer
An ultra smart style
which correctly ex-
presses the fashion
°2for 25c
CLUETT. PEABODY & CO., INN. Maker$

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AT LASTIMEXI
WAR' VILLA'S U
MOVING PICTIJ
- IN TWO PARTS
FAMOUS ORIGI N A1
lIORIZED VILLA Ml
You read it in theF
See it at the Maje
- TWO DAYS ONL'
Thursday, April 3
Friday, IM

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$2.00

Tuxedo -A Hit with
the Hit-Makers

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UNIVERSITY AVE. PHARMACY
GTJL1)1NG & WKI-L

1219 SOUTH UNIVERSITY
PHONE US 418

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

Women students who wish to make
money for summer should call "soon.
fl'hon , 35!)-M, office hours only. Po-
sitions pretty well filled and consider-
able preparation necessary. $100 and
expenses for nice trip for 72 days
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DELIVER THE GOODS

WvvAGNEKW
Importing
Tailors

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State
Street

Fresh films are a necessity -E.ast-
man speed films are best for this sea-
son. We offer you fresh Eastman speed
Mims every dlay in the year. Lyndon.
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If YOU F EG
PHONE US AND SAVE TROUB3LE
CE. ODFR Y 410 N. Fourth Ave. Phone .82-L

HtUNDREDS of the snappiest
~LLball players in the country-
the clean-cut athletes who provide
Americans with their greatest out-
door relaxation-enthusiastically en-
dorse Tuxedo. This is the kind of
endorsement that carries a convinc-
ing punch.
These men know that Tuxedo is
a mild, pure tobacco, which can be
smoked all day with pleasure. Tux-
edo cannot bite the tonguie; it burns
freely and smoothly, giving a cool,
sweet smoke.
The erfet Toaccofor Pipe and C'igarette
Tuxedo is made from~ the finest,
mildest, leaves of high-grade Burley
tobacco, so treated under the fa-
mous original "Tuxedo Process"
that it burns slow and cool, with a
jdelightful flavor and aroma.
The "Tuxedo Process"? makes it
impossible for this perfect tobacco
to bite. or sting the most delicate
throat or tongue.
Tuxedo has many imitators-in
outward appearance. It has no equal
in the pipe or cigarette.
YOU CAN BUY TUXEDlO EVERYWHERE
Convenient pouch, Famous green tin.,I
inner-lined with 5 with gold lettering, 1JUC
moisture-proof paper curved to fit pocket
In Glass Humidors, 50c ad 90c
TT T E scnd us 2 cents in stamps for post-
"FR ageand we will mail you a souvenir
tin of TUXEDO tobacco to any
point in the United States. Address
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COM~PANY
Room 1209 111 Fifth Avenue New York~

FRED. CLAI
"1'd advise ec
player to smoke T
do, always. 1 kn
other tobacco that
satisfaction thatl
does. "

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Your Clothes

P""ACKARD ACAREM
DANCING CLASS MONDAY AND FRIDAY 7:00 P. M.
Private lessons by appointment. Dream Waltz, New York Hesitation Tango, One
Step and latest variations taught, Bail an'is r0-i t nsment accotnmodlations fur pri-
vate parties.

.ND PRESSING

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TROUSERS ,10

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All New Fishing Boats

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KIDD, '17 Lit.

Lake View Hotel-
WHITEMORE LAKE.
Ope is May ist
Fish, Frog, and Chicken Dinners, our Specialty. Danci n g
parties andi Banquets. Rates Reasonable
James Burke, Prop. Phone 565 F 2-2

1112 S. Unieversity Ave.

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