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$10.00 TEN DOLLARS DONATION $10.00
To any one sa rsting a suitable name for the Ice Cream Parlors being
inistalled in the State Street D. U. R. Waiting Room.
call for Slips at Waiting Room.
VN, II 1I
'e have our entire line of STEIN BLOCH Suits anad
vercoats on display and would be pleased to show you
.g Models prices $ i . oo to $35.00.
To close out- and make more room for Photographic
everything at 4 the regular price until all
Over 5o0 now but they won't last long.
the new shapes, soft and stiff.
of Quality are found. at
H 0M 0F
,ind ensclimitt, Apfel & Company Ig
rt, chaffner & Marx
lial Man Should
I c ROSC80P E
Who Does the Best
We can show you. Bring
in your film. Films de-
veloped 10c per roll.
Prints 3 up.
Lutz Clothing Store
324 S®. State Street
1 217 So. Main :street
and her all-star company in the
- THE -
rry Drug Go.
They Have a Price
ON STATE STREET
We Serve Hot
,t Designs in
Marthat Washiington candy is the
best. F resh evtery day at the Univer-
sity l ha<rm.acy. Sun.
Open every, evening- until 9:30. Sun-
dajy s from 9:30 to 12:30, 1:30 to 3.3C
only. Lynd'on's kodaks, films, flash-
l-its. 7.19 N. University, Sun&Fri
iCHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND PLANTS
228 Chapin St. Both Phones
our winldows for displays of the newest creations
Kn~itted and Imperial Four-in-Hands and Bow
We also have a new assortment of Silk Hose in
and Fancy Patterns.
342 S. State Street
Across from Majestic Sre
EA?.TUTRE SPECIAL D ANCES AT
)3EN'S FANCY DRESS BALL.
At the women's fancy dress -par~ty
held in Barbour gymnasium last ev-
enring, each of the different classes fea-
tured a specal dance.. That of the
sophomores, representing the "Bum
Army," with Mary Lewis, '15, as "cap-
tain," received the greatest; applause.
The freshmen women, led by Miss
Bigelow, executed. several picturesque
dances which were also well received.
ADS IN TIS. COLUMN ARE TO BE
PAID, FOR IN ADVANCE.
The best guitar or mandolin for you
to buy is made by the world's famed
IMartin factor~y. See and try these
beautiful instruments at Schaeberle
and Sti's Music House. tf
DON'T FORGET THE EASTER HAT
to be held tit Harris Hall March the,
14th . All one price. $7.00 each.
The regular March class in short-
hand and typewriting will begin Mon-
'day-, March 17. For full particulars
call at the School of Shorthand,'711 N.
University .eve. 110-116
The School of Shorthand,,711 N. U~ni-
versity :Ave., has just started an even.-
ing class: Better enroll in this class if
you cannot attend any of the day class-
Qenuine and' Imitation Stones Matched.
I Jewelry Repairing
Synthetic Rubies, Sapphires and emeralds.
Special order work a specialty.
A Strictly Modern Offering of Candy
Favorites in Old Style.
324 So, STATE St.
3.18 South State Street
y you with New York's latest operatic hits
LADY OF THE SLIPPER
chances on "your
[Hat or Cap.
OH! OH!? t ELPHINE
bson Mandolins and Guitars
Four Days---Five Concerts-'-Hill Auditorium
I, CLOCKS and you will get
ight and all clocks guarantced.
Ill EAST WASHINGTON...
J. L. CHAPMAN, Ji
Telephone 71 6-
to yo ii classes onf time
Heink, H1inkle, Wirthlln,
Murphy Amato, G r i s=
University Choral Union
T homan Orestra
An All Star Cast
Reserved. Seat- Sale begins
Saturday, Mar. 8, 8 A. M:
University School of Music
First Choice, $3.50
Announcements will be sen~t
to any of your ou~t - of - town
friends if you will send their
names to the office.
CHARLES A. SINK, Sec.
Get the Best
at Wadhams & Co.
Prompt Service and
121-123 '". Main; St.
BEST IN ANN ARBOR
Ph ar La
COULDINC & WIKEL,
lies Joe, Cream
oathI CreamU Del