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of interestto you
For the convenience of those discrim-
nati ngfolks who appreciate and desire
our
High Quality Ice C eam
we are pleased to announce that gonvin
uct progressive firms -using our prod-
art are The Delta, University Phar-
macy,Sugden Drug Co., MacDon-
aid's in the Campus district.

CAMPUS IN BRIEF ?
-Webster 'Society is six dollars rich-I
er. Yesterday the' society received an
anonymous letter which contained six
dollars and a note saying, "This is the
property or the Webster Society."
-Tht ment's section of the Deutsche
Verein will hold its annual election.
of officers tomorrow evening at 8:00
o'clock in the Verein room, Prof John
Dieterle will address the club, and
a 'program will be furnished by the
members.
-S. H. Regester, graduate student,
became so seriously ill of app~endicitis
Monday night, that an immediate oper-
ation" was found necessary. Physicians
attending him reported yesterday that
he was rallying nicely.
--The following commtittee will Iiavo
charge' of the Saturday night danc*
at the Unioniv Reuben Peterson Jr., '14,
chairman, . M. Abrams, '17, F. L.
Nesbit, '17, and C. H. Breymann, '17.
Tickets will be put on sale at the Un-
ion desk at 5:00 o'clock tomorrow af-
ternoon.
-J. AV. Follin, 113E, will address the
civil section of the Engineering soci-
ety, at 7 :00 o'clock tonight in room
311, engineering building, on "Why the
Microbe?" Nominations of officers for
next senmester will also be made.
-The following commiittee will have
charge of the Boat club dance to be
held at the Armory Friday night at
9:00 o'clock following the Cap Night
celebration: H. R, Marsh, '15, chair-
man, G. A. Howland, '17, C. L. Smith,
'17, J. S. Sxitzer, 16, S. 'P. Steen, '16E,

O.RPHEUM
Wed. May 27-THE MANSION OF SOBS
Thur. May 28-The Maid of Orleans in
5parts Sloan of Ar4
Fri. May 28-Van Dyke Brooke in
Vitagraph O014[Reliable
Sat. May 30-Anita Steward in
Vitaraph H-e never Know
Man.-Tuos June 1-2-Mary Pickford in
Tess of Storm Country
Matinee 25- c
D~aily G R IK
Lyman H. Howe
DEPICTS THE.
PANAMA CANAL
R. B. Sturtevant, '14, Will Shafrothi,
'14, and F. W. Murphy, '14L. Dr. F. R.
Waldron and .Mrs. Waldron and Pro-
fessor Evans Holbrook and Mrs. Hol-
brook will chaperone.
Koch to Return From Europe Soon
Librarian Theodore W. Koch,: whoJ
has spent the last month in Leipzig,
Germai~ny, in the interests of the Amer-
lean, Library association, will sail.
from Liverpool June 6, arriving in
Ann Arbor about June 15. Mr. Koch
has had charge of the installation of
the exhibit of the American associa-
tion at Leipig, and has also repre-
sented the executive board of the
American association at the meeting
of the Germian :library association.

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Adults 15-Children 10
Coming June 1st-
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MAY 2 $ NIGHT
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TeeUpJ Smoke Up!

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Grocers

AS satisfying as the sounding
tl.smack of the perfect drive, is.
the open-air relish of the perfect
smoke-Tuxedo. Both go together,
too. When you grab your bag and
start for the links, grab up your tin
of Tuxedo and take it along.
" Follow through" the snappy after-;
noon with Tuxedo, Put Tuxedo
in your pipe -and you will ''put" the
best. And at "the nineteenth hole"
rest up and relax with a good,' solid
smoke of Tuxedo. That'd the ad-
vice of goad golfers everywhere.

J. . AM ~RMIO'rT
_National Open Champion,'
1911 to 1913
"Pipe Smoking gives
added pleasure to a' golfer
ten the pipe is filled with
Tuxedo, Tuxedo provides
more k een enjoytmet than
aniy other tobacco 1 know,"

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Ltd., 21 S. Main St.

FRANK BROTHERS,
F~ith Avenue Boot Shop,
Number 224
NEW YORK

A Well Made Suit
is an important part -of being
well -dressed-
A good appearance is of
course necessary, but perman-
ent satisfaction can only be
had when the-garment is well
made.
Our coatnmakers are experts
in their line and do the work
in our own shop.

EXHIBIT SHOP 326 SOUTH STATE STREET, ANN ARBOR

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Senio r Engineers Will Daince Friday
Senior engineers wil hold their an-
nual formal dance Friday, May 29, at
Granger's. The grand march will not
begin until 10: 30 o'clock in order that
the seniors may witness the cap-flight
celebration earlier in the evening.
Prof.: John R. Allen and Mrs. Allen
and Prof. Fleury EI Riggs and Mrs.
Riggs 'will chaperone. According to
chairman H. 1L. Mueller, the limited
number of tickets are selling rapidly.

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Imparting
Tailors

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State
Street

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Telephone

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Piano s, Furniture
Moving Trunks, Merchandise

The Perfect Tobacco for Pipe and cigarette
Tuxedo positively cannot bite- -not
even if you smoke pipeful after,
pipeful, as many as youi can crowd'
into a day or a week,
'Tuxedo is made of only the finest,
choicest, selected leaves of perfectly
aged- Burley tobacco, It 1s made by
the original "Tuxedo Process"
whic~h removes every tra~ce of xbite and
sting anq~ develops all the wonderful
mildness, fragrance and flavor of the
Hurley Leaf in a way that no other
brand of tobacco has ever success-
fulry imitated,
YOU C14N BUY TUXEDO EVERYWHERE
Convenienit VpRu c h,. Fam~ous green tin, I
tn~',.tr-in **$with S4 with gpld lettering, I OC
tiutre-proof p~por uqrVe;l to fit pocket
In Glass Humnidars, $Oc and 90c
EE fiend us 2 cunts in stamps for post-
R EE ge and we will mail you a souvenir
tin of TUXEDQ tobacco to any
point in the United States. Address
3 THE AUEIRICAN TOB3ACCO _COMPANY
Room 1209 1Fli Ifth Avewtne New York,

ALFX CAMPBELL
t Country Club,
Brookline, Mass.
"I am always glad to
speak a good word for Tux-
edo tobacco, Constant use
of it only serves~ to make it
befter liked. Its fragrant,
soothing flavor makes it the
choice of many golfers. "
ALEX ROSS
National Open Chatmpion,
1907, says:
"Tuxedo, cool and mild,
is essentially the smoke that
satisfies. Many of rayfellowo
golfers agree with me in giv-.
ing preference to Tuxedo."

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410 N. Fourth Ave.

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You are eligible alie r C Ap
Nigh
TO WEAR ANY HEADIGEAR
Let us fit you out so you
will be ready to ,"step-up"
after Friday !

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THE TERMVI.Cqinpetent instructors on 411 the latest and most approved (lances.I
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TROUSERS 10c

jAnnual election of officers of tho
women's league will be held from
8:00 to 5:00 o'clock today in Univer-
sity hall and the general library.
Stylus, honorary rhetoric society for
women elected the following new
members at the last regular meeting:
:Margaret Page, '15, Helen Blair, '16,
Ruth Graybill, '15, -Martha Gray, '16,}
and Goorgia Jackson, '17.1
I(WAyvern wfll meet at 8:00 o'clock to-
morrow night at the Sorosis House.
** *
Miss Post will not be at home this
afternoon.
The annual garden party of the
women's league will be held from 4 :0
to 6:00 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
i at the home of Mrs. 11I. W Douglas,
1620 Cambridge Road. The entertain-

went will be in the nature of a recep-.
tion to the new league officers, who
will be elected today, and all mienbers
are .urged to attend.
To Oifer New Courses ill Sociology
W. S. "Thtom.pson, instructor in soci-
ology, will ol'fer two new courses ill
sociology next year. Sociology 21t, en-
titled Social Evolution, will be giver,
during the lrat, semester on Tuesdays4
and Thursdays at 9:00 o'clock. During
the second wmester, a. course in the
social problems of rural life will be
the continuance of Sociology 21m
Resus~jcitrjton Will Be Demjonstrarted
TO aid in preventing accidents on
the river, Officials of the University
health service will give demronstra-
tious of resuscitating the drowning at
the Boat club Regatta Friday and Sat-
urday. A person will actually be tak~
en from the water, apparatus of vari-
ous sorts will be used and a comnplete
method will be demronstrated.

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