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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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The Past? No!
The Future? No!
The Presem?
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Current style is the only style.
It is what you want at the
time you want it. We supply
it in our tailoredto-measure w
clothes. You'll b e happy
with it. Get it

S drein irls Stage Paiylets Tonight
Senior girl, section of the Deutsch
or Verein Present- two playlets tonight
at 7:30 o'clock' in the club rooms. Th(
cast of "Von Schule and Erzeihiung"
s:Nikoly-")cilia Leuchweis, Seine
u.r- Marigold Lynch, Kratja-Lil-
hian Kilby, Pfortner-Paulin Buck.
The second play "Von Reichtum from
Tolstoi's "Nachlass" is to be handled
by l'llsa Maroney, Mildred Orr, Olive
Lmyret; and Libbie Neimark.
Pla '_ for French Pageant are Dropped
Plans fir the Joan d'Arc pageant
havee been dropped for the present as
the entertainment will be postponed
until next year. The regents promis-
ed to provide a fence for the grounds
at Palmer field in order that admission
ight be charged but owing to una-
voidable delays the fence cannot be
prepared in time, hence the committee
has suspended operations.
Tit; for 1Ia vkeye Dance Go on Sale
The Hawkeye club has scheduled a
dance at Barbour gymnasium May 6,
at 8:30 o'clock. Tickets are selling
for $1.00, and are limited to 40 coup-
les. They may be obtained from the
president and secretary of the club.

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-FRESHMEN IMBIBE

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SHIRTS TO ORDER

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J. Karl Malcolm,
Liberty Malcolm Block

604 East

PHONE WE DELIVER
1244 J ORDERS
New Drug Store
Pure Drugs Right-Treatment
Special This Week
SPONGES, CHAMOIS, AUTO GOGGLES
Sugden rug o
302 South State Street

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Holbrook will chap-

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COX SONS & VINING, NeWlYork
MAKERS OF
ACADEMIC COSTUMES
Caps, Gowns & Hoods
for All Degrees.
MACK & CO ,Representatives

MICHIGAN SPIRIT '
Freshmen engineers in their weekly
assembly yesterday morning were
greeted by stirring strains of Michigan
songs, produced by the new piano in-
stalled by Dean Cooley. A song eom-
posed by A. C. Simmons, '16E, was
sung, and class yells were indulged in.
"The experiment worked very well,"
said Dean Cooley last night, "and I
haveevery reason to believe that it
_ will prove to be successful. The ob-
ject of having the piano, and devoting
a few minutes of each assembly to
singing Michigan class songs is two-
fold; first, the typical Michigan spir-
it will be aroused by acquainting the
men with Michigan songs in their
freshman year, and second, a his-
tinctive class spirit will be cultivated
by having each class learn specially
written songs of its own. The plan
is bound to develop a stronger feel-
ing of unity among the men of the
class, and then in after years, it will
be a fine thing for members of each
class to get together at class reunions
and renew old memories by singing the
class songs of their college days.
PLAYGROUND IWOVEMENT GROWS.
School Officials and Prominent Men
Discuss Planiis.
Arrangements have been made to in-
elude the Bach school in the play-
ground work being carried on by a
group of university students.This leav-
es but one school, the Donovan, which
has not yet had a committee appointed
to take care of the work and this will
be done as soon as possible.
A number of prominent men ad-
dressed the meeting of students inter-
ested in the scheme Monday at the
high school hall. D. M. Springer,
principal of the high school expressed
his sympathy with the work and
promised the aid of the Ann Arbor Civ-
ic association of which he is presi-
dent.
H. M. Slauson, superintendent of
schools, said that the school board was
watching the work with great interest
and would do all it could to make it
a success.
W. H. Tinker of the Y. M. C. A. spoke
of the physical betterment to the boys.
H. Apple, physical director at the
high school, conducted a discussion
section,answering questions and mak-
ing suggestions. He described several
new games which might be played at
the schools.
F. A. Middlebush, '13, A. G. Luding-
ton, '13, and A. E. Gilman, '14, also
addressed the meeting. About 25 men
were present.

U. OFM.

Canoe Trips
YPSILANTI - Twelve miles. Time,
four hours. Total cost, including
rent of canoe, dray and
freight.......................
LAKELAND, and down the Huron,
Thirty-five miles. Time, one day.
Total cost. including rentQ+)®1
of canoe, dray and freight *
U. of M. Boat House
North Main St. By the Bridge
P. G. TE SSMER, Prop.
ON STATE STREET
We Serve Hot L unches

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and Original New York and
Chicago Cast and Production
NOTE-ThiS attraction will begin a
wveek's engageent at the Detroit Opera
R-ouse May 5th.
Prices, 35c, 50c, 75c, $1, $1.6O
Seat Sale, Tuesday Morning

For a Quiet Afternoon
or Evening

GO UP THE HURON

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BOAT LIVERY

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Whitney Theatre
THURSDAY, MAY 1
Dlr et from Four Months .t the
Cort'Theatre, Chicago
JOS. M. GAITES Presents
'The Great Comedy iUCC4ss,

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Cases

Would You Pay $17.50 to *25.00

At Less Than Cost
Let us show you these goods-you may have them at
your own price.
THE REXLL DR U STORJE
M C. ILOSILa:.rLr Paprecr
122 So. rMain lStreet 1Pressrapeerksu E ci . ls

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For a suit made to order that formerly sold from
$25.00 to $45.00?
They are Mill Ends, only one and two suits in a
piece, which we are selling at popular prices.
Why Pay More?
Our workmanship is perfect, the fit guaranteed,
and the style correct.
Our woolens are in a class by themselves, never
before have these goods been sold at so low a price.
We have all the newest -weaves, and over 600
patterns in full suit lengths to select from.
Give us your next order and be convinced that we
are giving real values at popular prices.
All suits niade as you want them at
'UIlyh a' yTa'10s

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Will be open in a few days in my

NewLoatioln, rtS
F have no connection whatever with
any other, stare.

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209 E. Liberty St.,

Home Tel. Bldg.

E. C. FLANDERS, Mgr.
Formerly Mgr. The Woolen Mills Co.

Our Qtto:a
'Motto:

BAND REFUSES FUNDS VOTED BY
DIRECTORS.
(Continued on page 4.)
cept the offer of the directors. The
reason for the refusal was to the ef-
fect that the organization had taken
a stand last fall to secure some per-
manent basis to work on. The ap-

he Ann Arbor Pfress
OFFICIAL PRINTERS TO THE UNIVERSITY
AND
Printers of Student Publicaions
See Us when you want something fine in Dance
and Banquet Programs.

Press Building

Telephone 27

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KAHN-MADE CLOTHES ToY*";der

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We have received a Fine Assortment of Spring Shirts,
in latest patterns, with stiff or soft cuffs
and collars to match.

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VARSITY TOCCERY SHOP
"B.V. D.'s" Galore 1107 S. U. Ave.

New Hill Auditorium ,1516,17
Four Days-Five Concerts

Course Tickets, $4.00, $5.00, $6.00
Single Tickets (afterMay 6) 51.00, $1.25, $1.50
For Further Information Call at University Shool of Music.

propriation of the board of directors
gave no assurance of this object, other
than that the board of control would
probably give a large amount in the
near future, and it was decided to af-
fect no reorganization until their pur-
pose had been satisfied.
The appropriation of $800 by the
board of control of the association was
lost when the regents refused to give
$1,500 to the band. The bandmen, last
night, agreed that if the. association
would give the $800 they would reor-
ganize, and get out as soon as pos-
sible.

ITAFF'M INJ 'Y )LM CAUSE TO
QUIT TRACK.
(Continued from page 1.)
the shot and hammer; Brown for the
half mile; Jansen in the quarter mile;
Seward and Bond for the hundred and
the two twenty; Waring and Ferris in
the broad-jump; McNabb and Greene
in the high hurdles; Cook in the pole-
vault; Smith for the mile. The team
leaves tonight at the M. C. station, ac-
companied by Trainer Farrell and
Varsity " anager Dennison.

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