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May 15, 1913 - Image 3

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11lE M1C11GAW DAILY.

st styles,.in

Shoecrait

Shoe. Co.

119 So. Main St.

OF PINGREE SHOES

palace of Sweets
Dowry Town

LET

TRUBE
'Furnish the Zoo Crce

Attont#ion to Frei tarities
n a~.nd Sorofitles
ON MAIN STREET
7Repa irrngPhort a1361-JL
gat any price made on a typewriter, sale or rental.
D. P. WOOD WARD uu
Bank Bldg, eeemFoor nnAWeir .eb

ADS IN TIS COLU)N ARE TO1) IE
* PAID FOR1I U AVANC.
LOST.
Lost-On Pa-ckardl or r5th avenue velve (t
bag containing mnoney ,vand hsia
permits. Please return to 416 Te--
jamin St., H. Matznick. 160
Lost--Ladies' silver watch and fob.
Return to 1034 E: Huron St., or,
phone 10065-J.10
FOR SALE.
For Sale-Two full courseMa Festi-
val tickets. Cost $12.00. Will s ell at
reduced rates. Call 1G82-J. 160
For Sale-Two good seats downstairs
for May Festival Friday afternoon.
Call or see Ford Merritt, 1408Wah
tenaw Ave.. Phlone 343. 160:
For Sale-Two tickets together for
May - Festival Friday after noon.
Phone. Pendill 188. 160
For Sale-Four good seats for Mlay
Festival Saturday night. Phone
tJohnson, 297-L. 160
FOR RENT.
For Rent-Cominm colleg e yea r suite
with southern expo~ir°r. ;utable=
for an instructor. In private familly.
611 Forest Ave. Phone 1816-J. N60-1-2
For Rent-Packard Academy Friday
evening, May, 23. Phone 1505, or
1850-J. 160-1-2-3
For Rehr-F'urnished'house during JuT,-
ly and August, reasonableyaes 1
Forest Ave. Phone 1810-i. 160-1-2
Wanted-Graduaite student and wife
want to rent furnished or partly
furnished hoeuse, for school year
commencing this fall. Toelphone at
once, 1257-L. 159-60!
Wanted-Four Students. Teaching; ex-
perience- preferred to work undIer
Professor Gardiner; in Knoxville,
Tenn., this summer. Salary and car-
fare guaranteed. Call 359-U for in-
formation. 160-1-2
Wanted-To buy Gibson Mandotlin . Call
811-L. 160-1;
'Tennis shoes for fresh-soph contests.
Campus Boo0tery, opposite Hustons.
158-1161
"Tug-of-war"- Ru her sole shoes-
Wagner & Co., State St. 160-1-2

PAN-H ELLEN IC

ADOPTS STRICT
PLEDGE RULES
Tillbe ede iDay; Women MulSst
th a;reet soor i ist
;,wrel iiation ole terh
the A corusnt ooiy egn system, n n jd eom
have behe ndedb ePan?:I? icliy ten
ldasty laftercommencn. Th
The second lTuesdy, E after the openc -
ing of colleg, hias been, designa:ted as
pledge dy pn wh( ihthe uniform
written lbids w i be iven. On," ly- stu-
den1t s T'r:;eisEed11)iin the uni'versi ty '4ill
be pledg;ed, :and]no "girls shal eiii
atedw until they have earned _18 honor~
pons ini this, university or hv 15
hourls of' 'adaced credit. IFuirithor-
moe, no ifreshmene women are to re-
sie;n a sorority house, ex:ceplt until
other -arrangecments for r.eidence can
;e made.
This requ ir hE:'t of 18 honor points
recommenda ll tio-n of the entecoml.-
m2ittee, whichadised that nointa
tions be e unltil the second semes-
ter of the f.irsit yair of residence. The
other rulesalso follow closely the Wis-
.oi:, sin strem, which was recomi-
menc~ded by thle faculty body,
For Music and all Musical Instru-
menIts visit Schaeberlo and Son's Mus-
ic JHou1se. tf
Tennis shoes for fresh-soph con-
te. CGampus Bootery, opp)osite PHus-
ton's.158-161
Why"?pay more money whenr: you can
bu all the laitst popLar Songs andl
ilins;,, guitar,<and l l msica.'11l strii-
with uliy1GinelBros., 120-2 1'.
Libery St.160-172

Hlere's Yu e

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SprngSuit

Here in any one of the fifty beautiful fabrics
and colors that show the joy of Spring time.
Here in styles that will wet the pace for the
next twelve months.
Here in the uniiapproachable craftmanship tbat
goes wi3th Society Brand.
Truie, faceless blues, restful greys, becoming'
browns and endleis variations of these three.
Soft fronts and lapels, snug shoulders, body-
tracingc. liner, new fabrics-clothes that arouse a
wave of approval at first sight.
Come and see.
4K ue, r tA
HEADQUARTERS FOR GOOD DRESSERS

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/ - Ilye's Milinery, 206 E. Libcrty
Plai Gooy Phne 190-

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LOOK

oi~re

r Saturday, May 17-S8t
Wagnuer & Co,, State St.

raw Hat Day,
160-1-2'

If youwan. the most your !money wil buy,
HAND WORK - 'BEST OF ALL WOOL
MATERIALS == FINE FITTING CLOTHEIS=
we are in a better position to give them, to
you than anyone, else in this part of the
country.

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s, Gowns & Ho*ds Tennis Racquets and ball s (all
fr All Degrees.j kinds). H. L. Switzer Co., 310 State.
& CO, Representatires Fri. Sat. Sun.-tf
Hat Da-My1
he "Comfort" Hat---cushion fitting,

1,

A suit booughPt. here couldn't be purchased
anywhere else for at least $1+0 more than our
price. Being the largest tailoring concern in
this p)art of thke country is the reason.
He-re you will as find, more cloths and
pattelsonsa t choose from than any other store
in thAi vicinity.

ZILI A

TOGGE

mnaid's
Former Store]

TNI

RY SHOP
1107 S..U. Ave.
E C AR R I CKTHISWEEK
GERTRUDE HOFFMANN
-IN-
BOADWAY TO PARIS
BEWITCHING CHORUS.

C E A0 SEE FOR YOURSELF

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Thiat's the best. way.

Suits made to order 1.

Money back if we don't fit you.

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Candies

CRACKER JACK II

Ann Arbor Dye Works-
French Dry and, Steam Cleaning
Bell 628 204 E. Washington, St,
f L. R. WAR!. Manager.

Us?

II

No Advance in Prices

Starting
MATINEE'TODAY
3P.M.

MILLS CO.
216 S.. Main St. Near Masks.

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HLALF fthe
tobaccof,
~~TWICE as fresh
so TWCE ag nce.
.*LASTING LY 0006
)R PIPE AND CIGARETTE

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Tfhe IVaiui'oth 1I.C. \hinyProduction ofi
A Musvical Comedy ,ini Two Ad~s by H al StelI~ens
CASI

Big

May

Festival

Sun Lce Los, a Chin eseAl cebn................. r. I tarry Lete r
,Sing-VWee, Sun Lee ],eoS(ilgte..................i.uz 1Baker
J. P'li Mud Ifor( ,a trlst...............1V(rI Ed Kelue
Mile, Marie 1(1 )eau fro ltheFollies 'ikrgcrc ....... sMaPhlie
Jack Marson, a ewi Rc\r<..............M.IlryIese
Silas Pugb icyreli.f(lI ~rflranrd Politician ......i. RvSudr
Doc' Whart..... .....................Mriot Phlir
Lord DuiJby, a Fotane lter ..................i'Jr. Ikohert .etc Y
Mrs. Luicrcta lisWfe...... .............M1issPny ete
Ma n 1 ,Sia [PglY' Daughlter ....... ,....M issAplce UCla
7,utler...................................... " ... Ew . Nw
China CTs um1-Grs-CiesAinChns By, t.,ec
hegt fthdneeNe thaeelbato.
ACT 1Il--Lawt..n o iasPgle' lmSat oica, Cal. (Afteruconl
of ithe nt'_C laY,)
MiUS ICAL 1vN. UM ;EE.5--11 r. .Alexander Spencer,( Conduci 11tor
ACT 1--1. Open!;Ilg Chorns-u5 -\V elcocnthe New Yea lr..... ...
...ag. ee.an.d.C..r.s
2.ATittle Cin a tD911........................>nan) C horuts
3. 1 Am R a Parisie..............Mairie anlld Viv Jiandirs
4. Lo ve Mkesthe World o'Rud....Main jack and( Choru-is
j. Finale............... .... ...... .............ntrCo ay
o. Electric Taleautx......................nreComp-Iany
AC(T 11 -I. OpeningChorus-' apays . eaLoan ndCou
2. nOf the' IIn\-lon.....ainLrjack an-d the 'lOdi!Cl;
3. lt" 'sA11ll on ccounat of the SaeOdMo.........Mrs. Mudolford
4. _A~ liaa........................... ...Doe and ~l:A'.laham BOYS
S. Finale -. .............................En',tire Coiipany

AN HILL AUDJTORIUM,

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Pleilt

of

Good

Seats

STILL ON SALE,

Course.
Single

$4.O9- --$5.oO

" , ."
s "S a.

0

S * .X1.00--$1.25'

Monday Mis. Murphy's Husband

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"ODIV.4" conmes Thursday,
May 22nd.

T-Iickets on S'aleat Box Office, Hill Auditorium

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THIS IS CLOTHE IGTIME O E
of unusual Style, Grace and Character., Positively the greatest values in Anan Arbor, when style, fabric and workmanship 1s duly
leplus $17.00 Suits, Adler Rochester Clothes from $20.40 to $30.00.
the Best Straw lists. First 'sh~owing Saturday. Panamas, $5.00; Milans, $3.00;, Split Straws, $1.50 to $4.00. Soft Straws, $100 to $3.00.
Wr the Knox straw hats,. Prices from $300 to $5.00,

eulo, Conlin,- Fie

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