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THE: MICHlIGAN DAILY

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DETROIT
FaRER.NY EWELEXAS AND STATIONERS

Big $1 Mats.
Wednesday
and Friday

SARCDetroit

Starling Monday, May 12th
ights-S50c to $2.00
Sat. Mat.--50c to $1.50

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

Jewelers, Stationers, Opticiaans, and Fraternity Jewelers.

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1 207-211 WOODWARD AVENUE, DETROIT.
SOPHS W IN TITLE UNIVERSITY NOTICE.
FR M UNO ii mortant meeting of the Women's
IGlee clu at 5:00 o'clock at Bargour
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Outplayed and outhit the soph lits All men interested in summer ses-
won the championship of their depart- sion baseball are requested to meet
ment yesterday morning by defeating at the Union Tuesday evening at 7:00
- - . .. Io'clock.

3 Matinees---Wednesday, Friday. Saturday---6 Nights
A Triumphant Return
[DIRECTION MORRIS L~EST]
In the Greatest of all Gay White Way Revues
Staged by Ned Wayburn
WITH THE SAME WINTER GARDEN CAST:
Louise Dresser, Marion Sunshine, Geo. Au.9tin Moore, The Skatelles, Dave Jones,
Pietro, Barney Bernard, Ethel Hopkins, Ahearn Troup -,
Ralph Austin, James Duffy, Lee Chapin, and
The Same Wondrous and Bewitching Chorus
Don't Forgot the $'1.00 Matinees Wednesday and Friday

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Wa rer e. o.
State Street
SjIgtx of t f td lajWhte S hoe

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by a 5 to 4 count.
The game was the hardest fought
battle that has been played in the
interclass series and the result was not
certain until the last junior lit was
called out on strikes.1
Millard and Thornton, third year
battery men, were the big men on the
juniors' batting list~, and were respon-
sible for the four runs that the upper-
classmen scored. The juniors display-
ed some superb "boneheads" on the'
bases while the sophs had little trouble
in pilfering the sacks.
Prof. Stuart Daggett, of the econom-
ics department of the University of
California, will give the first of a se-
ries of three lectures to the class in
economics 2, tomorrow afternoon at
2:00 o'clock in the economics lecture
room. His subject will be, "The Na-
ture of the Railroad Business." The
lecture is open to the public.

Fresh pharmic meeting
ternoon at 1:00 o'clock,
chemistry building.

Monday af-.
room 303

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Soph engineer class meeting 4:30
o'clock Mnday in room 311.
All senior laws are requested to
meet in the front of the law building,
Tuesday morning at 11:15 o'clock, to
have the cap and gown picture taken.
Soph lit baseball practice Monday
afternoon at Ferry field.

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BOSTONIANS-Shoes and Oxfords
The beirfor college men because they are the most stylish, the best fitting
and thebest wearing mlen's shoes to be found anywhere at $4.00, $4.50 and
$5.00. S~ee our Rubber Sole Oxfords at $4.50 and $5.010.

Films developed: Cyco paper used-I

the best amateur paper.
f& Co.

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COX SOUS & VIKING, New York
.MASERS OF
ACADEMIC COSTUMES
Caps, Gowns & Hoods
for All Dog reos.
MACK & co, Representatives

To Give You Comfort

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in Your Car

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Bootery,

Opposite
H uston's

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May Festival
Hill Auditorium
Five Big Concerts

the four big essentials.

and

Every man in the Jacks-rn plant who has
anything to do -%ilb designirg or L'uilCirg
the car understands that comf,.rt i or-e of

The thre others are--durability,
safety.

Scor ()m y

'DUNG MEN
who want the mewest,
latest, smartest style
will do well to see our

HART9
scHAFFNER

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models' in sack suits
for this season. There
are no better clothes
made.

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The Jickson has long been noted for all lour.
Comfort is emnphasized here because it tas lotin been
ean.)Iit-ized in the factory; and because we believe
no car rides more, easily than the Jackson, and
fewv ride as easily.

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 14, 8 P. M.
Miscellaneous Program.
Chicago 'Symphony Orchestra.
The University Choral Union.
Stanley and :Stock, 'Conductors.
Marie Rappold, Soloist.
Staniley's "taus Deo."
THURSDAY, MAY 15, 8 P. M.
Choral Concert-Verdi's "Requiem."
Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
University Choral Union.
Stanley-Conductor.
Soloists-S chumann-Heink, Hinkle, Murphy, =Scott.
FRIDAY, MAY 16,:2:30 P. M.
Children's Chorus. Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
Stanley-Conductor.
Fletcher's "Walrus and the Carpenter."
Schumann-Heink, Soloist.
FRIDAY, MAY 16, 8 P. M.
Artist Night.
Popular Program.
Chicago iSy mjihony "Orchestra-Stock, Conductor.
Pasquale Amato, Soloist.
SATURDAY, MAY 17, 8 P. M.
Wagner Concert.
The University Choral Union.
Chicago Symphony Orchestra.
Stanley and Stock, Conductors.
"bLohengrin" (Act I), "Meistersinger" (Finale).
Soloists-Rappold, Wirthlin, Murphy, Hinshaw, 'Scott.

"Sultanic" "Six $2850
Electric starter and lights.

"Olympic" Four $1500
Electric starter and lights $225 extra.

£Majestic" Four $1975
Electric starter and lights.

Jackson Automobile Company

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j604 R. MAIN ST.

JACKSON, MICH.

$1s8
$30,

$20, $25,
$35

Special values at $2,5.
LUT
CLOTHING STORE
Dome of
Hart, Schaffnor & Marx Clothes
in Ann Arbor
217 S. Main Street

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Course tickets .. .................................$4.0-$,.00
Single concerts .................................00$12
Now on sale at
University- School of Music

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Ask to see our
Special
Karrow Weave
Bluei;Serge
NO. 9194
Made to Order oft$25.00

Over00Handsome abio
Think of the wide range of choice, then too, consider the advantage of having clothes made to
your personal measure by our famous Chicago tailors, ED. V. PRICE & CO., honestly construct-,
ed, authentic in style and lasting in service. You'll find it to your advantage to come and select
your pattern and leave your meas3ure. Prices mange from $25.00 up.

FREDW
Clothes, Hats and
Toggery
123 E. LIBERTY

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Special Sunday: Three
kinds oflece Cream

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Sherbet.

. E. Konold, Proprietor

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