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March 28, 1913 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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GOOD SEATS STILL
UNSOLD FOR OPERA

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have our entire line of STEIN BLOCH Suits and
vercoats on display and would be pleased to show you
Models prices $j8.bo to $35oo-
hempeia ts
the new shapes, soft and stiff.

All $300

Schmitt, Apfel & Company

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Who Does the Best
Kodak Finishing ?
We can show you. Bring
iu your film. Films de.
veloped lOc per roll.
Prints 3c up. -
CALKINS' PHARMACY
324 So. State Street
TUTTLE'S

Many good seats still remain unsold
for the three coming performances of
"Contrarie Mary," according to infor-
mation given out by the Whitney the-
ater box office last night. The seat
sale will continue today and tomorrow
betweeV. 10:00 and 5:00 o'clock.
The attendance at Wednesday night's
show did not come up to the mark
set last year, but last night's perform-
ance was somewhat better as compar-
ed with Thursday night of last year.
It is expected from the advance sale
that the total attendance will exceed
that of last year, when the gross re-
ceipts amounted to more than $5,000,
and the net receipts about $2,000.
The net receipts from "Contrarie
Mlary" will not give as large a profit
to the Union this year a§ compared
with former performances because of
the added expenses of production.
More than $4,000 has been expended by
the management, the increase being
due to a great extent to the elaborate
costumes and special scenery which
was necessary for this year's opera.
ADS IN THIS COLUMN ARE TO BE
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.
WANTED
Wanted-For next year, furnished
house for club of 12 or 15, preferably
with board. Phone 990-J. 125-28
FOR SALE. .
For Sai e-Must ssll boat livery and all
equipment on account of ill health.
Good bargain. Call Paul G. Tessmer.
126-27
LOST.
Lost-Taken from library Wednesday
the 26th, one grey chinchilla over-
coat, belt, silk lined. A reward of
$5.00 if returned to Union. 126
We have the best goods at lowest
prices, for anything in the realm of
music. See us before purchasing.
Grinnell Bros. 120 and 122 E. Liberty
street. 125-132
Don't buy new razor blades until you
have to. Bring your dull blades to us
and we will put them in better condi-
tion than new ones. Our electric au-
topatic grinder will put a keen edge
on any blade.

WISCONSIN TO ACT
ONFRATERNITY BILL
Recommended for immediate pas-
sage by the educational committee in
the Wisconsin state legislature, the
Anderson bill for the abolishment of
fraternities, sororities, secret organi-
zations, or chaptei's of any character
at the University of Wisconsin was
brought before the assembly for final
action Wednesday.
Subsequent to exhaustive investiga-
tion and deliberation, the educational
committee of the lower house voted
five to three in favor of recommending
the bill to the assembly for immediate
passage. This decision, coupled with
the up-state sentiment urging the
adoption of the legislation, bids fair
for the ultimate enacting of the bill in-
to law.
The general sentiment in the state
legislature seems to be that there is
too much extravagence at the univer-
sity, and the recent enactment of Sen-
ator Ackley's anti-prom bill, which
provides for the abolishment of the
Junior Prom until further action is
taken by the state legislature, indicat-
es the attitude of that assembly toward
the anti-fraternity bill.
Will Reduce Price of Block "C" Seats.
Seats in block "C" for the May Fes-
tival will be reduced tomorrow from
$4.50 to $4.00. These seats
will be disposed of at $1.00 to holders
of pre-festival tickets. There are still
some choice seats left in blocks "A"
and "B." These are selling for $6.00
and $5.00, respectively. For pre-festi-
val ticket holders seats in these blocks
will be sold at $3.00 and $2.00, respect-
ively.
Jeffersonians to Hold Election.
Jeffersonian literary society will
hold its last meeting before spring va-
cation at 7:15 o'clock this evening in
its room in the law building. Officers
for the coming term will be elected
and preliminary tryouts for the inter-
society cup debating team will be held.
Webster Will Pick Cup Team Tonight,
The Webster society will hold try-
outs for its cup debate team this even-
ing at 7:30 o'clock in Webster hall.
The subject to be debated is: "Resolv-
ed: that the presidential term of office
should be extended to six years and
that no president be eligible for re-
election."
Seniors.
Have your cap and gown measure-
ilents taken at Mack and Co. at once.
No deposit required. 125-127
Contrarie Mary Souvenir Scores and
Sheet Music for sale at Schaeberle &
Sons Music House. tf

ANY MAKE
We also sell any make

Notice!I

Irving F. Schleede
340 S. State St.

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NEW

STYLES

For some time past the amateur prints made by one
assistants have been very poor at times.
This feature has been entirely eliminated and you w
the old time service that you know is right.
It is this right kind of work that makes us the lea
while others try to follow.
Remember, Films (any size) only roc, Prints 3c up.
Development, Extra Size Velox Prints, Flat Drying.
Fountain
Pen pa' H LEYUA
We Repair Your Pens WHILE YOU WAIT

Amateur Photographi

Regal

Shol

and Oxfords

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ON STATE STREET

O.runer aQ Co.
108 S. M&In St.

We Serve Hot

Lunches

t Designs in
ur windows for displays'of the newest creatiops
Knitted and Imperial Four-in-Hands and Bow
Ve also have a new assortment of Silk Hose in
I Fancy Patterns.

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RAPPOLD
HINKLE
WIRTHLIN
SCHUrIANN-HEINK
MURPHY
AM'ATO
GRISWOLD
SCOTT
STANLEY
STOCK

MAY FE

HILL

May.

16,

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o mpany
342 S. State Street

H. L. Switzer Co.,
310 S. State St.

RESERVED
SEATS
NOW ON SALE

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NTRARIE MARY" MUSIC
On Sale
rch 26, 8:30 p. m.

Seniors.
Have your cap and gown measure-
ments taken taken at Mack and Co., at
once. No deposit required. 125-127
Open every evening until 9:30. Sun-
days from 9:30 to 12:30, 1:30 to 3:30
only. Lyndon's kodaks, films, flash-
lights. 719 N. University. Sun&Fri

$3-$2.-$1.50
Pre-Festival Tickets may be
returned, otherwise $6.00-
$5.00-$4.50.
$1.00 Sale begins Saturday,
Parch 29.
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC

THE CHORAL UNION
CHILDREN'S CHORUS
THOMAS ORCHESTRA
REQUIEM
LOHENGRIN
MEISTERSINGER
LAUS DEO
WALRUS AND
THE CARPE

uln at

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verst~ f 8icbousc
Tess Building Maynard Street
Across from Majestic

CLOCKS and you will get
ht and all clocks guaranteed.
111 EAST WASHINGTON

Telephone 716-
to youi classes on time
New location..
STREET

J. L. CHAPMAN, Jeweler

BITTER SWEETS
A Srictly Modern Offering of Candy
Favorites in Old Style.
Calkins' Pharmacy,
324 so. STATE St.

Prevents "running
over"-slipping and
strain on ankles. e
Can't work loose.
Double -Wear
Rubber Heel
is stretched over a key-plate in changing.
Hence must be of finest soft cushion-like
rubber. inferior rubber will nottstretch. Out-
wears two pairs of common rubber heels.
No Holes-No Nails
Won't deposit filth on the
rugs or harm the highest
polished floor. For all-around
.' - comfort and economy, get
fitted out now-
50c a Pai "While You Wait"r
JOHN H LAMBERT
FIRST CLASS
SHOE] REPAIRING
613 E. William Street
* - S -obe~a - a -
ne .wmenon er ,

Easter CIoth

Get Your Easter Hat

We carry the very best Ready-to-
Wear Clothes for Men and Young
Men. Prices, $15.00 to $30.00

AT

es' Art Store
s and Framing,
tin Street

Reasonable Prices,
Prompt Service and
Good Workmanship.

WADHAMVS & COMP.

See Our Windows.

121-123 S. Main

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WHILE THEY LAST
GOOD LOOSE LEAF DINDERS WITH FILLER FOR 15 c

University Pharmacy,
satisfying Toilet Articles Candies

GOULDING-& WIKEL 1219 South

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