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THE MICHIGAN-DAILY.

AD,_ Tll CLUN RETOB

Should See

Before

n

Going on Your Spring
Vacation.

Women's High
so a full line of

Grade Shoes and
Rubber Soles at

ADS IN THIS COLUMN ARE TO BE
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.
FOR SALE.
For Sale-Must sell U of M boat livery
and all equipment on account of ill
health. Good bargain. Call Paul G.
Tessmer. 130-135
LOST
Lost-One dancing pump betweenl
Packard Academy and. South Uni-
versity street. Finder please call
1764-3 133
We press by hand. Ladies' and Gen-
tlemen's clothing carefully, pressed by
experienced tailors. C. I. Kidd, 1112
S. University. Tu-Fri-Sun-tf

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ORE SHOE COMPANY

TO GIVE EXTENSION LECTURES.
Neighboring Towns Select Faculty
Men for Talks Next Week.
Eight faculty men have been se-
lected to deliver extension lectures
during the coming week in various
parts of the state. Prof. David Fri-
day will speak on "An Ideal System
of Municipal Taxation" tomorrow
night at Grand Rapids. Prof. R. W.,
Bunting will address an audience at
Three Oaks on Wednesday evening on
"Conditions Prevailing in the Mouths
of School Children."
Prof. E. D. Jones and Pref. P. S.
Lovejoy will both appear - in Pontiac
Friday evening, Prof. Jones speak-
ing on "Recent Progress in the Art
of Business Administration" and Prof.I
Lovejoy on "Forestry in Michigan."
The same evening Prof. A. F. Shull
will lecture at Pentwater on "Heredi-
ty;" Prof. L. A. Strauss at St. Joseph
on "The Poetry of Browning;" Prof.
C. S. Berry at Fenton on "The Edu-
cation of Backward and Brilliant
Children;" and -Prof. A.aA. Stanley at
Grand Rapids on a subject not yet se-
lected. Prof. Stanley will again speak-
in the same city on Saturday'evening.

Timre. to Leave
When you discover you are not dealing with a one-price store,
it's time to leave. A concession in price may Iqok like a bargain.
It is not. It means the first price was not the real one. It means
you may get a second or third reduction, if you are persistent.
Haggling is not the modern way of doing business. Our
line of famous
Society Brand Clothing for Men
is all marked in plain figures. You get the rock-bottom price
At the Start
Without argument, withoutt question we give yoti honest cloth-
ing and full vaiue for your money.
X15.00 - $25.00
J. F. W UE RTH CO.

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(UJALITY SHOP
Formerly

119 SOUTii MAIN
Wmn. P. Purfield, inc.

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P..lace of Sweets
Down Town
LET
TRUVBEY
Furnish the Ice Creo.m
Attention to -Frar.terniltes
alitd Sororities
ON MAIN STREET

*;

Contrarie Mary Souvenir Scores and
Sheet Music for sale at Schaeberle &
Sons Music House. tf
SEVERAL POSITIONS ARE OPEN
TO GRADUATES IN NEW YORK.
The Michigan alumni in New York
have announced that several positions

HEADQUARTERS FOR GOOD DRESSERS

ifoc

The New Spring Models are now being shown at
-layley's Millinery, 206 E. Liberty
Hair Goods a Specialty Phone 1390.j
SENi itLITS IIAVE LARGEST

I.

are open to Michigan graduates in PLAN TO USE PROCEEDS OF

ewri*er Repairing

P'hon. 1361..1

! will meet or beat any price made on a typewriter,, sale or rental.

that city. Two responsible places in
old law firms are open to students
with good credentials from Dean
Bates. Opportunity is given for sev-
eral graduates to enter an advertising
office with a chance of promotion to
field positions as heads of branch of-
fices. A health office with' training
in municipal sanitation is also wanted!
In a New Jersey town, and an import-
ant electrical manufacturing firm of-
fers a good position.

D. F. WOODWARD
ivings Bank Bldg, Second Floor

AnnArborMich.

Le ChuzIbb .HouAse,'
209 South Stat. Street
Gives Clean, Wholesome Board at

$4.00 per Week.
Water.

Safe Drinking

+C. C.Freeman. Proprietor

1914 LITS AND ENGINEERS
TO HOLD ANOMALOUS DANCE
Plans for the Junior Jamboree, to be
held at the Armory Friday, April 25,
include music by Finzel's band of De-
troit, highE class catering service, and
specially designed programs. Instead
of the regulation programs, 30 page
"memory books" will be used with a
space for an entry at the end of each
dance. Lits and engineers combine
for the affair, featuring it is "a social
anomaly." Tickets are limited to 200
couples and will go on sale after va-
cation at $2.00 a couple.

GERMAN PLAY FOR LECTURES
Proceeds of the presentation of the
"Almenrausch und Edelweiss" by the
Munich players last Tuesday night
and the lecture given by Prof. Tombo
of Columbia, last month, may be giv-
en, to cover the expenses of a seriest
of lectures on "Modern Germany,"
scheduled to be given in Ann Arbor
next year. Plans for this are under
consideration by the Ann Arbor Stadt-,
verband, under whose auspices the
play and lecture were given.
The proceeds amount to a sum of
$200, half of which may be used for.i
the purchase of slides to illustrate
the scheduled lectures. These slides
will eventually become the property of
the extension lecture bureau.
Cupid Captures Cosmopolitan.
The engagement of Miss Pearle
Stoner, of Valparaiso, Ind., and Wil-
liam M. Johnston, '13, secretary of the
Corda-Fratres Cosmopolitan club has
been informally announced. Johns-
ton is a prominent leader in cosmo-
politan activity both on the campus
and in the international field.

Seniors Must Order Caps and Gowns. U E - - - -
I- NBER OF C.AES ON C
Senior lits who have not yet order-
ed their caps and gowns are request- Senior lits have placed the.
ed to do so at once in order to have order for canes to date, 155 m
them for the senior swing-out, May "8. of the class having signified tl
Only 211 have thus far put in their tentions of purchasing walking
orders and if the delinquents delay The order placed by the senio
ordering 'until after vacation, the neersis.for 150 canes, only f
gowns will not arrive until after the n is o es, only f
swingoutthan that of the lits, while t1-
i out. and dents have ordered 128
canes respectively. This gua
Old Hampshire Vellum, the latest over 500 seniors taking part
in the writing papers at Fosters. (2) cane day parade.
At theNwStorl
614 East Liberty Street is the place to buy your Toe1s;T
ins, r., tdy rn ide sheets and pillow cases, sheeting, table linen, hosi,
silk gloves, lad ie's and children's vests, underwear, aprons, bed spre
corsers, Zion City laces, embroidery, handkerchiefs, Light Dry Gc
and Sundries, etc. Call and get our prices. We can save you mo
T. ST Pironey & Co.
THE STOR.E WHERE A DOLLAR DOES ITS DUT'

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de Clothes

with Hat or Cap
to Match

Spring styles in
Neckwear and Shirts
Underwe r . "Oskn~
tex" Uy "Coopers"
A RSITY TOGGERY SHO P
1107 S. University Ave.

Whitney Theatre,Th u rs.,April

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MAY MUSIC FESTIVAL
Days Hill Auditorium Five Concerts
RESERVED SEAT IICKETS NOW ON SALE

SEATS

ON

SALE'

TOMORR 0

w

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George

COh a's

UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC
$3.00, $2.00, $1.00
Festival tickets must be exchanged otherwise add $3.00.
he Ann Arbor Press
® OFFICIAL PRINTERS TO THE UNIVERSITY
AND
Printers of Student Publications

Great Play

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

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Building

Telephone 27

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COX SONS & VINING, New York
MAKERS OF
ACADEMIC COSTUMES
Caps, Cowns & Hoods
for All Degrees.
MACK & CO, Representatives

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The real substantial success of the year, New York laughed aloud for six months, all Chicago

ubborn Cinderella"
NEE
XRE PcM
Ay GREAT RICHARDS

has a stitch in its sides from laughing.

The laugh is on you if you miss

TUTTLE'S
ON STATE STREET
We Serve Hot Lunches

Prices,

35c, 50c, 75c, $1. 00, $1.50

Spring Coods are Arriving Daily

Each day brings new assortment of the nobbiest spring clothing fir young men.
Easter comes early and you will haveto 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. Reon
Reu e, Conilin, FR 4

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