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March 15, 1913 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1913-03-15

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THE 'LCHIG AN DAILY
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Putting your money into a suit made
to your order is like putting it in the bank,
for smart clothes of fine quality are a real
asset. They make you look better and
add to your confidence.
Wilt you spend just ten minutes with us to-.
m-3rrow in going over the wonderful assortment
of spring fab,-I s. You need not think of placing
an order, but do have 'a look. See what a fair
expenditure will secure in the way of a "made as
you want it suit."

FRATERNITY JEWELERS AND) STATIONIERS
J ewelers, Stationiers, Opticians and Fraternity .fewelers
207-211 'A OOD WA1RD AVENUE, DETROIT

i4ERMAN ILAY ENS TO APPE AR
IIIATlE IN RETURN EN GE )E111"NT

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NEW- WHITNEY. THEATRE
hentire week, Bleginning
MONDAY NEXT, Matinee Daily at 2:15
400 Seats on Lower Floor, 25c
Every Evening at 8:15 - 25c, 35c, 50c
RETURN ENG.AGFMENT of the
Alarvelons :Motion Pictures which cre-
ated such, a delightful impression here
last December.
PAUL I RAINEY'S
Afrsica'n Hunt
WVith interesting I~escriptive talk rby
WV. W. KLIRB3Y, V. C.
D~irect from New York Presentation.
This wonderful series of TRAVEL .PIC-
TURR.S has thrilled and charuned patrons
of the first class theatres wherever pre-
sented throughout the country.

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There's a Reason Why
You Should

Eat at Painter's
RESTAURANT,

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STUDENTS

be Produced on Aporil 1 al
WliitiAley 'Theatr~e.

wIVillI

will be held this afternoon at 3 :00
o'clock from the f'amily residence at
347 MlainL street. The services are to
be private, and the burial will be in
Forest 11111 cemetery.
RIVAL COA( CS VREI)WT"r (LOSE
MREET )rNIGHT.~
(Continued fromi page 1.)
K~eane's figurine that his team would

709 North University Ave,
112 W. Huron St.

SI[RTS TO ()UJRiEf

The com-pany of Munich Folk-play-
ers which produced "Deer G'wvissen-
w urm" here last fall under the auspic-
es of tile German faculty, will play a

JK. Malcolm

604 East Liberty

Malcolm Block

GREATER' THAN EVER I.

ayn

Festival

our Days- --Five Concerts---Hill Auditorium
appold, Schumann-' Reserved Seat Sale begins
ak, Hinkle, Wirthlin,I Saturday, Mar. 8, 8 A. M.
phy Amato, rI S- University School of Music
d, Scott. Firs4t Choice, $3.50

return engagement on Tuesday even- win a first in one hurdle and a sec(
ing, April 1, at the Whitney Theatre, in the other, may be upset by
under the auspices of the Ann Arbor Michigan man copping both.
Stadtverband. They will play "Alinen- 'T'rainer Farrell took the Michi
rausch und Edelweis," a five act cone- athletes to the Syracuse gym this
edy by Ludwig Ganghofer. Music by ternoon, and gave them a quarter
zither players and folk dances, will a ort etottePcla
fill the intermissions.
The company contains 15 players, of the corners. Capt. Hlaff and II~
andl the leading part will be played by baugh, were very careful in tl
Miss Cence Krueger, who, since its workout and should he helped im
arrival in the United States two years rially by the advantage offered
ago, has been playing at the Irving practice the turns. The Michigan
Place Theater in New York. ; lay men spent sonme -time on the tr
Leaving Ann Arbor, the company as their event calls for two laps
will proceed at once to New York,! the man.
whence they° will sail to fulfill theirI Changes in the programr oft
summer engagement at the Theater am year's meet from those of the pree
Giaertnerplatz in Munich. in.- year are the addition of thet
---__ _______ hurdles, and the counting of the
T'Ileida Georg to be Buried today. lay points. Firsts and seconds only
The funeral of Thuleida Georg, '10, scored, and only first in the relay.

coed
the
[igan
5af
'r of
Ities

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Ann Arbor Dye Wlorks
French Dry and Steam Cleaning
Bell 628 204 E. Washington St.
L. R. Wahl. Manager

IRegular Meals 25c
Commutation Tickets
Good in Both Places
If You Don't CGbt Enough
Say !So
CARRICK THEATRE
D E T ROIT
Philip Bartholomle's Musical Comedy,
"WHEN DREAMS COME TRUE"
With Joseph Santley
j

t

ain-
heir
ate-
S to
ire-
as to
this
:ced-
low
re-
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University Choral Union
Children's Chorus
Thoman Orchestra
An All Star Cast

Announcements will be sent
to any of your out -of -town
friends if you will send their
names to the office.
CHARLES A. SINK, Sec.

special Rexall Week, March I7 to 22
All over the United States, Catnada, and England, six thousandl
llexall agents are united to promnote the Rexall Policy of Better Goods,
Better Prices and Better Satisfied Customers.
Rexall truly signifies Highest Possible Qduality at Lowest Possible
[Prices.
R'texall Week will be specially observed with bargains in Rexall
IWemedies, Stationery, Rubber Goods, and Candy.
The People Stoip at
I. C. £DSILL16.Pr'oprletor-
32Z Sr. Male.s treet Preacr1lptlerIL Spaclmejlsts

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$56.00 Shoes for Men and Women

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$5.00 Shoes for Men and Women -n-

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$4.50 Shoes for Men and Women

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M~f'S AD WME'SOXRD

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-$1.95

Last Season's Oxfords ust Go.

hile theylastwe will sell them at

9%0

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Spring

IIat&s Your Spring Ht will be right if it

is chosen

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AK

here.
faces,.

Stiff hats in a variety of

proportions

for different heads and

Irk,

Soft hats in all the correct shapes and

colorings.

$2 and $3.

FRED W. GRZOSS, 123 E. Liberty

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