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April 22, 1913 - Image 3

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Remind You ',


11,I 1 o;, IN ADVANCE. Arglrm tn fteFr ry
_______ _________________club vill b heild in room- 407 of the
LOST. ci\ nnbidig ednesday eve~n-
___jgAt 7:30 ococ.The meeting txviii
I , '--Bet e en corner of Twelfth and be called to order by Richard A. Ham-

that Spring" is here and so are
we with a complete- line of
shoes for the season.
Watch for Wednesdayf Specials

Monroe, streets and Barbour "'Ym,
Conklin self-filling pen." Call 1153 4

To,'12, wvho will give a talk oan
CapLife and Camp-. Equipment,"
giv ing some interesting details on the

Pad .ace of Sweets
Frt-t~i h the Iee cree-ii
' .knd Sororities

T,(st--On north side of Huron St., be- work. C'arnot Valiton, '13, will speak
tween Ann St. and N. Ingalls St., or en the subject of "Grazing Reconnais-
on N. Ingalls between Huron and! sance."
Cornwell. Pl., a cross and bead gar-
net necklace. Finder please return Grad to R eceive Government Position.
to 1027 East Huron St., and receive Robert H. Clancy, '07,-,of Detroit,
suitable reward., 1t resent private secretary to
--- -_r_. ix Doremus of that city,
L os t-Slide rule on euron r M--. 'll ILau oned confidential secre-
Return to A. N. Lair, 72, akettry',ldi F. Sweet, '74L, recently
Hlall. Reward.. 143 ;po ili ed a:sistant secretary of the
___________- - Dpartmlenct of Comml~erce.
Contrarie Mary; Souvenir Scores and I
sheet music for sale. at Shcel A lai~sforCo iedoirsln
Son's Music House. tf 17iX.aon for reg,3istr ation Pnext
4_______ _____ fall in thec combined lit-law and lit-
Beautiful leather bound books for i medi1c courses must be handed in at
gi:fts at Fosters. tteregi s trar's o "I ce by May 15. This
_____________________________- a~ aplie tothesix year lit-medic
FALL'S n acordace with the action
FRESH EN FL FOR oth c re _-,ts and the lit faculty in
m a "ontiiin? : that course for another
This year's classes have responded i'. iLESN'1-11 EVES
to -the call of fashion more readily CLIN OETR UIES
than any of recent years, and accord-
ing to the State street merchants more. ElI3er P. Grierson, 112-11.4L, has left
cap hae lredy ee sod tissea 1the university to accept a position
caps have alrady aen old this sea with a large conistruction company in
son than during all of last year. ; Detroit, of whichl he has been made
The sale was particularly heavy last secretary. Be has, no intenations of
w eek during the warm spell; not many resuming the study of law.
of the "Saucers" making their appear- Grierson has taken<a an active part in
ance before the spring recess. The class and campius functions, and is at
campu s is now literally covered w'ithi present a membeir of Woolsack society
the little grey emblems of verdancy,, and Alpha Kappa Phi fraternity.


V1hen y OU discov, r you are not dlealing with a one-price store,
it' timei to leave. A concession in price miay look like a bargain.
It is not. It mean.ts the first price wbas not the real one. It means
you mayc et a scond or third reduction, if you are persistent.
Hagigis not the modern way of doing business. Our
tine of fam.ous
Society Brand Clothing for Men
is all na lked in plain figures. You get the rock-bottom price
E At the Start
Y~itiou argn~et.w thout Cquestion wVe give you honest cloth-
ie nd full vlefor your rmoilev.
$15.00 -$25.00



VA r/ ' --

~ H yiy' Miliery, 206 E. Liberty

beat an~y price mhade on a typewriter, sale or rental.
gs Bank Bldg, Second Floor Ann Arbor, Mich.
209 South State Street

WIll be open In a few days in 'my;

New~caton,19E .Liberty St.

C-_ ..

Clean, Wholesome Board at
per Week. 'Safe Drinking
Dinners 35e
C. Fr-enean, Proprietor



Underwear Galore
roskuit", "Twiutex", "Cooper's"

>> c

ome new styles in Spring Shirts, with French Cuffs
with collar to match.'
1107 S. University Ave,
Iroidery Collar and Cuff Sets

fI and during the passing of the classes
Ithe steps of west hall present a cred-
ible imitation of a snow storm.
Last year the freshmen were partic-
ularly backward in securing the offi-
cial headgear, but the members of this
year's classes are show, ing the proper
class and university spirit in almost
unianimouly donning the dictume of the
muse- of PaIs.
Severl mrem~lbers of tlhe tudent
counceil stated last night, as their, in-
dividual opinion, that in view of the
progressive spirit of the( class of 1916
in so fully complying with their duties
in this regard,, there w.ould undoubted-
ly be no confiscation day this year.
Chips lQnittt ill F uriiish Muisic
Fresh laws v ill hold their annual
banquet at the Allenel hotel Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock. Professors
Knowlton and B~ogle w ill represent
the faculty, and V. C. _Miller will act
as toastmaster.
J. S. Crawford and H. C. Bogle will
be the student speakers, and the class
quartette will furnish the musical part
of the program. Numerous "stunts"
have been arranged by the committee,
and the admission cards may be secur-
ed from them for $2.00.
Devin R utli c aes for Waingvton.
Dean Karl E. 'Guthe, of the graduate

rlplils R'cital Wednesday.
Adv-anced pjupils of the voice and pi-
ano depairtmn ts of the University
School of Music will appear in public
recital Wednesday after noon at 4:15
o'clock at the LUni vesity School of
Music. The public is cordially invited
to listen to thIe following musicians.
:lolcenaie.4, No. 2 ......, Chopin
Heleny \Vhedon
Widmung ......... ...... Schumann
Mildred lBarchus
Polonaise, Op. 44 ............ Chopin
Ethel McGregory.
Thhe Eagle............. McDovell
Etude..................... Godard
Mary Murphy
Come, gentle night........... Elgar
Mrs. A. E. Tracy
Concerto, D minor, 0O). 22, Wieniawsky
(Second -anid'Third movements)
Dorothy Barthoff
(A) Mendoline .............. Debussy
(1t) Printemps Nouveau....Vidal
Eleanor Hornby
Quartet, G major (Koechel No. 387)
.M.. . .o.. . . .. . . . R czirt
(Third and Fourth Movements)
Mlarian Struble, Thelma Newell., W.
Votruba, 1H. pus.
The Lark .......... Clinka-Balakireff
Elora SnyderI
Kreisleriana, Nos. 1 and 2.. Schumann1
Carrie Staggs
(A) At Dawning....... .... CadmanI
(B) Yeoman's Wedding Song ....
.... ........Poniatowski i
Chase Sikes
Variations on a theme of Schumann,
Op. 9.....:............... Brahms
Catherine Westervelt

Ihave no connection 'Whatever with
I_____ any olie .r store.*
A FI~~rcan be Proud of the

1 Q\V...)Y . I

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1913Z Hondorson-£1 H. P., 4 Gy~iIders, Chain Drive, Big Tires-$325
The mhan w ho rid baElenderson has a machine to be proud of.
It is silent. It is pnowerful. It i is long and low and easy riding.
Itstaris with -a crani, 1nste ad or by peddling;- and the feet are rested
ins comfort on ro, boi rds.i
The co 1(,:e ;nuri's disciiinination will tell him that the llenderEon
is by far tli e mn).t desirable motoreycle by reason of the advantages of
its four-cyli'nder construction).
And we orediet that, amng~ co 'lege men, the Henderson will win
the greati popularity 't5 hai attained rumor) ; bhe wisest buyers of motorcyc'es.
5 rson torcyce C o.
1153Ds as Aan ce Detroit, Mich.

1(E I

S. Pinney& Co*.
ppetite boom, let the children. know- you: have a package of


d epartmenlit, eft yesterday afternooni
for Washington, D. C., where he will
-M attend the annual conyention' of the
National Academy of Science, of which
In 100 packages at all grocers. x le is a member. He is expected to re-
- - - Holland, Michigan turn to Ann Arbor Friday night.

Stoffset and Elliott
110 East Washington St. Distributors for Washtonaw County





Dni-rmmon9 ea
are taking orders for caps and gowns, for Swing Out Day, Etc., (May, 8th,) and can

save you many steps-, being across from the ew Audi2toiuM+

Caps ,ad Gowns for all


Quality and Price Guaranteed.

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iring GoodsaeArvnDly
Each day brings new assortment of the nobbiest spring clothing for young men.
Easter corms early and you will have to think of your4 Easter clothes sooner than usual. Look
over our large stock before purchasing, fewr Fall and Winter Sits and Overcoats at sac-
rifice prices.
Relioni , Figel


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