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we are pleased to announce that among
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CAMPUSMILES
The greatest show on earthI! I
--P. T. Barnum.
In order that the May festival may
have a truly. auspicious opening, a
committee composed of the oratorical
delegate of the soph pharmic class and
the soloist of the Quarterdeck club has
arranged a parade in honor of thisi
gala event. The cortege will assem-
ble in the kitchen of The College Inn
at 7:55 P. M. tonight, follow the most
prominent thoroughfares of the mu-I
nicipality, and disband behind the
psychology building. Following is the
personnel of the parade.-Ed.
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Cordon of Ann Arbor police in full
uniform.,
Nine girls in tango gowns, represent-
ing the Muses.
--
Mlle. Alma Gluck on roller skates.
Capts. Patterson, Kohler and Sisler,
in skin tights, as "The Three Faums."
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Cordon of Ann Arbor police in uin-
dress uniform.'
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University truck bearing local chap-
ter of P. B. K.
The Thomas Orchestra.
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Riccardo Martin and Lamibert Mur-
phy as voyageurs, singing selected
ragtime.
Saxophone and basedrum band.
Inez Barbour and Florence Hinkle
on Indian Motorcycle.
Members of the Michigan union in
lockstep.
The Cosmopolitan Trio, Pasquale
Amato, and "Doc" singing "The Span-
iard That Blighted My -Life," from the
rear of a White Swan wagon.
--
The Marine Editor of The Michigan
Daily.
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Messrs. Geo. Burke and Geo. Schaib-
le, as Damon and Pythias.
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Cordon of Mounted Ann Arbor po-

ORPHEUM
Walsh thiesspace
Wed. May 1 $-Pathe Weekly
The Secret Marriage
Thur. May 14-Bray Cartoon Comedy
COL HEEZA LIAR IN MEXICO
WASHINGTON AT VALLEY FORSE
Fi. May 11)5-Featuring Ear'l Williams
The Misohief Maker
Sat. May 16-Edith Story in
The Helpful Sister
Mon-Tues. May1-9-Wm. Farnumn
THE REDEMPTION of DAVID CORSON
zBy Charles Fredr ic Goss
Matinee 3 Days
Wednesday 1. GARliegining4
a~c to o fljjo O.Mayayx
Nfig h ts 2,5C tO $2
Weber & Fields
in HOKEY POKEY
The Ann Arbor Car Men's Union.
Choral Union in bathrobes.
Michigan Band.
The Peoria High School Alumni
Marching Club.
Earl V. Moore wearing a toga of
waterproof twilight, playing a 132
reed caliope.

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WHITNEY
SATURDAY MAY 16
Matiner, and Night
Pabst Milwaukee
German Theatre Co.
Direction-'Conrad Solien
PRESENTING IN GERMAN
GUC GKE RI
COMEDY IN 3 ACTS
Now On Tour to
Enormous Business-.
Great Success.
NOTE-Entire Perform-
ance 'to be given in
German. Benefit of
Educational Fund ofI
German Societies.
PrIces-I .0075-50-25
SEATS NOW SELLING

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-Irf)ron J. Becker, '10, of Benton
Harbor, is suffering from an acute at-
tack of appendicitis at the University
hospital,.,
--The tearing downi of the old psy-
chiology building, wihich occupies the
ground where the new science building
is to stand, was commenced yesterday.
Psychology students will meet in room
205 ,north wMpg for the- present, and
homeopathic' students who have been
using the buildling will continue their
classes in the dental and the homeo-
pathic buildings.
-Twelve junior lits will be taken into
Druids, senior literary honorary soci-
ety, at Druid Rock at 5:30 o'clock this
afternoon.
-The second-election 71111initiation of
Michigamua, all-senior' honorary soci-
ety, will be held at the club rooms to-
night,,when ten juniors will be admit-
ted to the order of the tomahawk.
FOOTBALLERS END
SPRING PRACTICE,

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"The Smiler" as Shakespeare rein-
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Cordon of Ann Arbor police.
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had when the garment is well
made.
Our coatmakers are experts
in their line and do the work
in our own shop.

Disheartened by the continued rainy
weather, "Germany" Schulz packed
his freight for Fort Wayne,Ind., yester-
day afternoon and the spring football
training season was brought to a sud-
den close. The coach had intended to
continue the work at Ferry field until
Saturday or possibly until a week from
Saturday, but after being forced to call
off a number of practices because of
rain, he concluded to 'discontinue 01)-
erations until next fall.
Several mersbers of the 1914 team
will drill the new candidates that don-
tinue training, but the official season
was brought to a close by the depart-
ure of 'Schulz.
PLANS FOR DORMWITORIES
SUBMITTED TO CONTRA CTORS
Complete; plans and specifications
for the Newberry residence halls have
been received from the architects and
forwarded to the 20 contracing firms
for bids. It is expected that work will
start by June 1 and the building com-
pleted by October 1, 1915.

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