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April 20, 1913 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1913-04-20

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THE MICHJGAN DAILY

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The Largest and
Most Expensive
PictureEverShown

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Our J. & M. Oxfords are exact reproduc-
tions of the English Flat Last $14 Bench made
Shoes, and sell for $6.00. See them.

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"FROM THE MANGER
TO THE CROSS"

A Kalem Bibical Masterpiece

Wagner ( Co
State Street
Sigrn of the BT White Sho a

forest a n Uea iRoom
Orders Taken for Banquets
)rest Avenue. Phone 1238-J
ant to start an appetite boom, let the children know you have a package of

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spiciest, ost tantalizing cookies ever made. In 1 Oc packages at all grocers.
HOLLAND RUSK COMPANY, Holland, Mich.

If Your Spring Suit is Made by

Royal

Tailors

it will satisfy you in every particular. It will
be made just as you dictate and guaranteed
to fit perfectly. The 500 pure wool samples
are waiting for you.
le Campus Bootery
308 SOUTH STATE
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The mmm
Presents a film which has re-
quired eight months of artistic
industry to produce.
TEN CENTS ADMISSSION
FAREWELL RECEPTION WILL
BE TENDERED TO FIRS. GEWORGE
A farewell reception will be ten-
dered Mrs. Minnie Spence George,
swimming instructor in Barbour gym,
Wednesday afternoon in the league
parlors at the gym from 3:00 until
6:00 o'clock. All women who intend
to come must notify one of the follow-
ing before Monday night: Jeanette
Higgins, Edel Ehrhorn, Margaret Kin-
ney,, Romaine Bramwell or Miriam
Hubbard.
PROSPECT1VTE JUNIOR WONE+N
DISCUSS ADVISORY SYSTEM.
Prof. M. P. Tilley and Phyllis Dunn,
vice-president of the junoa fits, spoke
to the sophomore women at the Union
yesterday on the junior advisory sys-
tem. Work is to be started at once se-
curing the names of the women intend-
ing to make Michigan their alma mater
next year so that the present sopho-
mores can get in touch with them this
summer.
All sophomore women who wish to
act as advisors to freshmen nextyear
are requested to see Dean Myra .
Jordan at once. The first 60 women
handing in their names will constitute
the advisory committee for next year.
EVERYNAN IS RECEIVED WITH
ENTHUSIASM.
(Continued from page 1.)
and Leo Carroll and Albert Easdale
in their various parts.
The proceeds of the performance
will be devoted to the dramatic library
of the university.
MAKE GENERAL SEARCH FOR
BODY TODAY
(Continued from page 1.)
Prof. C. T. Johnston; J. W. Morrison,
'14, and Supt. of Grounds 3. H. Marks,
who will have charge of the search.
They will explain the manner in which
the work is to be done, and the canoe-
ists will be asked to separate into
small parties of five or six, as more
efficient work can be done by this
method, than by the plan of forming
a large line across the river. Every
piece of clothing will be examined, as
it is thought that the body is almost
entirely covered by the shifting sands,
and no clue will be passed.
The water in the river was high and
the current was swift all yesterday,
so that practically nothing could be
done. Only about 20 students were
engaged in the hunt, and the condi-
tions made the labor extremely -diffi-
cult.
The reward for the recovery of the
body has been raised from $35 to $50.
D~ otrell & Leonard
ALBANY, NEW YORK
- mAKERSO F r
Caps & Glowns
To the American Universities from
the Atlantic to fhe Pacific.
Class Contracts a Specialty l

Service

The J. W. Knapp mail order service is
brought home to the customer wherever residing
by means of samples and other merchandise in-
formation which will be promptly sent upon re-
quest. If there is anything that you find it im-
possible to get in Ann Arbor; trimmings, dress
goods, silks or laces, etc., which you desire to
match, send to the J. W. Knapp store. The
stocks of the J. V. Knapp store are unusually
large and complete. Your request for samples
will receive the same careful attention that a
large order would receive. - Remember we pre-
pay all charges on mail orders and guarantee
satisfaction or refund your money.

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New Spring
Catalogue
If you have not received one of our new
spring catalogues, send us a post card with your
name and ,address and a copy will be mailed to
you immediately. You should not fail to get one
of these catalogues. It pictures the 'newest
styles in women's, misses', children's, and juniors'
wearing apparel at wonderfully moderate prices.
Anything you may order from this catalogue
will be sent to you all charges prepaid. You may
safely order anything from this catalogue be-
cause we guarantee perfect satisfaction or re-
fund your money
MalI Order

Makers of eeGymbloom""
Gymnasium Suits

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"Gymbioam" gymnasium suits are not to be
classed with the ordinary gymnasium suits.
They are made on hon-
or and according to in-
dividual measurements.
The all wool serge that
goes into the famous
"Gymbloom" gymna-
sium suits is stem spong-
ed, shrunk and spot
proof. They are madel'
under the most perfect
sanitary conditions. We 7y
have been supplyingl4
schools, colleges and
universities for some
years past. Any infor-
mation that we_ can give
you about "Gymbloom"
gymnasium, basket-ball,
bathing and swimming
suits will -be gladly furn-
ished you on request.

I the Merchant that knocks anoth-
r. He never gives one dollars'
vorth for a dollar and usually has
bout six prices.
Buy your Clothes and Furnish-
Jgs at the HART, SCHAFFNER &
IARX Store. We have but 0 N E

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Makers of "Gymbloom Gymnasium Suits

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always

Best.

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CRAL.MMO.REIUABLE STORE
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Utz Clothing Store
imnw of Hart, Schaffner & Marx clothes

Episcopal Theological School
CAMBRIDGE, MASS.
The location ofiers un' qualled oppor-
tunity for graduate work at Harvard
University. For (atalogu e ad res s
Dean Hodges.

The
State Savings Bank
Wm I Booth, President Wm. Arnold, Vice-Presiden
John C Walz, Jr., Cashier

The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock $300,000 Surplus $100,000
Resourses $3,000,000
General Dunking Business Transaic d
Officers: Chas. E. Hiscock. Pres., W. D. Harri-
maa. Vice-Pres. M. J. Fritz, Cashier.

So. Main Street

Down Town

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School Portraits-=welI just come and see for yourself

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