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.THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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Re-Organization Sale

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Things Different

E ASTE CL oTHIN(

CHARLES H. BUNNELL

For Men, Young Men and Boys

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SGillilore Shoe Company

Men's Clothes

BRITISH WOOLENS, $55.00 AND UPWARD

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FORMERLY

69 West Fort Street

Detroit

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WILLIAM P. PURFIELD, Incorporated

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ADS IN THIS COLUMN ARE TO BE
PAID'FOR IN ADVANCE. 1

Sale Starts Friday Morning
119 South Main Street

WANTED.-

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P8L lace of Sweets
Down Town
LET
TRUBEY
Furndsh the Ice Creamtr
Attention to rrk.tern lties
mend Sororities
ON :MAIN STREET.

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Typewriter Repadrinig Phone 1 61-L
I will meet or beat any price made on a typewriter, sale or rental.
D. F. WOOD WARD
Ann Arbor Savings sankildg. Seeond Floor Ann Arbor, Mich.
The Cbu bbouse
209 S,th State1 Street

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Gives Clean, Wholesome Board at
$4.00 per Week. Safe Drinking
Water.
C. C. Freemean, Proprietor
We have 5J0 samples to pick that Easter Suit
from, that are up-to-d te in style and pattern.
We make the natty English style with Hat or
Cap to match.
VARSITY TOGGERY SHOP
1107 S. University Ave.

Students Attention!
Do you want spare time and employ-
ment while in school? Something to do
during vaaction? Pictorial Review
magazine offers you a golden oppor-
tunity. Many pay their way by taking
subscriptions for it alone. From $50.00
to $200.00 per month can be made.
Some make $500.00 per month. Our
special representative will be in town
three days-Thursday, Friday and Sat-
urday, only.. Call and see him.
F. C. HENDEE, St. James Hotel.
113-114-115
ABILITY COUNTS HERE.
Students of ordinary abliity can earn
their own way by handling a new up
to date practical necessity. A square
deal to your customer. Phone 937 this
week for information or interview.
Call and see us, go home and thinly it
over. If interested come. back, if not
don't. This is worth inquiring into.
114-115
Wanted--Agents to canvass city. Also
road agents. $25.00 per week. Phone
1792-L or apply at 815 S. State St.,
evenings. 115-116
FOR SALE.
For Sale-Residence, 326 Ingalls St.,
north. Suitable for sorority or fratet-
nity. In quire at house 1009 Corn-
well Place. 114-119
LOST.
Lost-Thursday night between 324 So.
Fourth Ave., and Whitney Theater,
string of pearl beads. Return to 324
So. Fourth Ave. and receive reward.
115
Suits dry cleaned andpressed 75c.
$1.25 ticket $1.00. Modern pressing
parlors. Opposite University Hall.
114-115
The best guitar or mandolin for you
to buy is made by the world's famed
Martin factory. See and try these
beautiful instruments at Schaeberle
and Son's Music House. tf
U.. of M. Boat House opened on the
Huron for the season beginning today,
March 15. 115
Try our chocolate sodas and bitter-
sweet sundaes. University Pharmacy.
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KiRKILANI) ALLY it WILL
TALK AT UNION ON SUNDAY.
Kirkland B. Alexander, treasurer of
the McManus Advertising Company,
of Detroit, will be the speaker at the
usual Sunday afternoon gathering at
the Union. Mr. Alexander is well
known in the advertising field, and will
tell of some interesting experiences
which he had while connected with
the Detroit Journal. He will also dis-
cuss the possibilities of advertising
work as a profession.
The musical part of the prorarn
willbe supplied by the university man-
dolin club.
FINAL WORK ON FIRE SYSTEM
I5 NOW BEING FINISHEl)UI.
Final work is being done on the cam-
pus fire protection system by the in-
stallation of hydrants. This will be
followed in about two months by elec-
trical work, including the installation
of a switch board and transformers.
All traces of campus disfigurement
caused by the installation of the sys-
tem will have disappeared by fall when
the planned sodding and grading has
been completed.
PROF. TOMBO OF COLUMBIA
WILL LECTURE HERE SOON.
Prof. Rudolph Tombo, Jr., of the
German department of Columbia uni-
versity, will deliver two illustrated
lectures in the High School audito-
rium on °Wednesday and Thursday,
March 19 and 20, at 8:00 p. m. The
first lecture will deal with higher Edu-
cation in the United States and Ger-
many." The second lecture will be on
Wagner's "Parsifal." The ticket to the
"Parsifal" lecture will admit bearer
to the lecture on "Higher Education."
Prof. Tombo, Sr. father of Prof. Ru-
dolph Tombo, is also connected with
the German department of Columbia
university.
WOMEN'S LEAGUE PLANS FOR
MAMMOTH OUTDOOR PAGEANT
An outdoor pageant depicting the life
of Joan d' Arc will be given the lat-
ter part of May under the auspices of
the Women's League. Between two
and three hundred women will take
part, directed by Prof H. A. Kenyon.
The presentation will be similar to
the tableaux presented annually at
Mt. Holyoke and Vassar. Tryouts for
the principal parts will be held in a
few days.
REMAINDER OF OLD MEDICAL
BUILDING TO BE DEMOLISHED
Remaining portions of the old med-
ic building will be razed this spring.
The complete demolition of the struc-
ture was decreed last fall but the
wrecking was postponed. No plans
have been made for the erection of
another building on the spot.,
Prof. Hobbs Entertained by Scientists
Prof. William Hobbs, who is abroad
on a furlough from the university, and
who is spending the winter on the
island of Malta, in the Mediterranean
Sea, was tendered a luncheon in his
honor by a group of noted scientists
recently.

HEADQUARTERS FOR GOOD DRESSERS

The New Spring Models are uow beng shown at
HIayley's Miflr, 206 P.nLiberty.
Hair Goods a Specialty Phone 1 390-J

At this season--when good clothes take on new importance-
we make unusual efforts to provide fo aevery requirement, and
our display is more comprehensive than ever.
Young Men's Suits, either in staple models or the new Eng-
lish effects, coats 30 to 32 inches longj, two or three buttoned,
flat or soft roll lapels, beautifully tailored, are now being shown
by us-
An inspection of our SPRING CLOTHiNG will convince you of
the up-to-dateness of our Clothing Department.
J. F. WUE-RTi CO

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Of Your Party Depends Upon Ycur

PRA

TheSues

An artistic program, worth keepihg' will be treasured b
your guests and bring back fond recollections many years aft
your party has been forgotten. We make the kind that ar
woith keeping.

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Mayer, Schoettle Schairer C
Stationers Printers Binders 112 S. Main

OFFICIAL PRINMERS TO THE UNIVERSITY
AND
Printers of Student Publications

See Us when you want something fine in Dance
and Banquet Programs.

SSTAR THEATRE

Press Building

Telephone

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Under New Management

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George Spatheif
RECEIVER

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Hoenno & Stanger'

SAMPLER

MUNICH YOLK-PLAYERS
ADVANCE SEAT SALE.
The advance seat sale for the pro-
duction of the Munich Volk-players at
the Whitney Theatre, Tuesday, April
1st, will be held at Wahr's Book store
(Main Street), Monday, March 17, from.
4 to 5 p. m. Seats may be reserved by
enclosing check to Manager Don Mc-
Intyre, Box Office, Whitney Theater.
Tickets will be mailed on receipt of
check. After March 17, tickets may
be obtained at the various German so-
cieties and at Wahr's book stores, both
Main and State streets. Popular prices
Down stairs, rows 1-4, 75c; 5-14, $1;
14-20, 75c; Balcony, rows 1-4, 75c; e-
mainder of balcony, 50c; gallery, 25c.'

Changed by wearer
periodically, it keeps"
level till al worn out
Prevents "running
over"-slipping and
strain on ankles.
Can't work loose.
tsstretched over a key-plate in clh
Hence must be of finest soft cush
rubber. Inferior rubber will not stretc
wears two pairs of common r ibber heels
No Holes-No
rsWon't dcposit filth
°o d a6 rugs or I armlth~e1
' -polished floor. For al
tted oCt no
50lca pair s"oWhile You WV
JOHN H, LAMBE
FIRST CLASS
SHOE REPAIRING
613 E. William Str

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Up-to-Date

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Furniture, Rugs, Carpets
Draperies.
Goods of Quality at Lowest Prices

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II7-119 West Liberty St.

A finishing course in the best
liked sweets-in the sampler you
find them all.
CALKIN'S' PHARMACY
324 South State Street

Don't buy new razor blades until you
hare to. Bring your dull blades to us
and we will put them in better condi-
tion than new ones. Our electric au-
tomatic grinder will put a keen edge
H. L. Switzer Co.,
tf 310 S. State St.

MAJESTIC
Matinee Today -3 P.M.
DUKE of DURHAM
AND
That Tango Dance!
Talk of The Town
Coming Next Monday
ANOTHER ' SCHOOL DAY" ACT

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ir Spring Goods are Arriving Daily
Each day brings new assortment of the nobbiest spring clothing for young men.
Easter comes early and you will have to think of your Easter clothes sooner than usual. Look
over our large stock before purchasing. A few Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats at sac-
rifice prices.
Reule, Conlin, IegeE

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