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March 10, 1915 - Image 5

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THIE MICHTGAN iLAIL Y

5pring Showing of
IN BLOCH SUITS"
IMPERIAL HATS
.11 the new shapes and colors in
CAPS

Reule, Conlin, Fiegel C

READY AT YOUR SERVICE

Correct Spring Attire for

Suits
Ba macaans
Topcoats
Raincoats

$15 to $30
$12 to $25
$8 to $20
$8 to $18

Schmitt, Aptel & Cos,

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TAILORS

RUNDELL

NINTY-FOUR WEST FORT STREET.
DETROIT, MICI.
FORMFRLV WM. .". DIETFRL1

SPRING ORDERS TitKEN NOW

hat animal instinct with
EEAN'S
Fresh Roasted
Peanuts
4mFULL
OUND 10
214'S. Main St.'

T OMETRY
Drugless System of
uring eyes to deter-
the need of glasses is the
[, reasonable, scientific
I. I will be pleased to dem-
e the efficiency of my syotem
measurements to you. t
glasses in our own shop enables
ve you the best optical service
ble. Any lens furnished in from
hree hours.

SOCIAL SERVICE ORGANIZATION
PROGRESSING RAPIDLY IN CITY
Plan to Coordinate Student Activity
-0thi Social Center Work
Obitains Results
Organization of a social service cen-
ter in the third ward has been progres-
sing for some time under the direction
of Lionell Crocker, '18, superintendent
of the Baptist Sunday school. The
leaders are trying to link up student
life and activities with social work in
the community. Women were asked to
aid in the movement, and the trustees
of the Baptist church granted them the
chapel for a meeting place. Since that
time, several speakers have addressed
audiences there.
On April 23, Prof. R. M. Wenley
spoke on "Community Spirit." On
March 2, H. L. Sorrenson, grad., gave
several readings. Harley Schanck,
school of music, and Myrtle Young, '16,
rendered musical selections. The next'
evening Varsity Coach Lundgren spoke
to 20 boys on "Baseball," and the boys
later formed a club.
Sunday evening an open forum was
held at which H.L. Rotzel, student pas-
tor of the M. E. church, gave a stereop-
tican lecture on "Slum Conditions in
American Cities." Mr. Rotzel also de-
bated .the subject of "Sunday Moving
Pictures" with Manager Allan Stans-
field of the Bijou theater. This was
timely, as the question comes before
the city voters April 1. A male quar-
tet of the Wesleyan guild furnished
music for the evening. Last night,
James P. Bird, secretary of the Col-
leges of Engineering and Architecture,
spoke on his experiences in Europe
last summer.
Tonight Dr. Cummings of the uni-
versity health service will give an il-
lustrated lecture on "Sex Hygiene" to
the men and boys of the city, and Fri-
day night, .a health talk by some uni-
versity women is announced for the
women and girls of the city.
The organization has been success-
ful thus far in arousing community
spirit, and will welcome the coopera-
tion of students in the work.
Fresh it orchestra and comedian
tryouts meet at the union at 4:00
o'clock.
Meeting of M S. N. C. tomorrow
night in McMillan hall, 8:00 o'clock.
Fresh engineers hold assembly
at 11:00 o'clock today, in room 348 of
Meeting Awaits for Dean M. E. Cooley
Dean M. E. Cooley, of the engineer-
ing college, who went to Milwaukee,
Wis., last week on personal business,
is now in Lansing, but is expected to
return to Ann Arbor tonight. A meet-
ing to reach decisions in regard to
the engineering exhibit and the engi-
neers employment bureau is still
awaiting his return and will probably
be made public Friday.

Results Count
Continued re-orders prove the
quality and merit of our work in
both Portrait and Commercial De-
partments.
Our satisfied customers are our
biggest advertisement.' S e e us
about your work; we compete
with one and all.
We have recently received a fine
new lot of Moldings, and are mak-
ing a specialty of artistic picture
framing.
Films developed for isc per roll. Prints
made from 3c upwards

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HOPPE'S
Ann Arbor's Finest Studio,
619 E. Liberty Street
-Temple Theatre
ADMISSION Sc.
(except Friday and Saturday)

Look at our Show Windows for
CANDY SPECIALTIES
Every day in the week.

The Big Store

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.T H SUGAR BOWL
fl 104 S. Main St.

Fine Spring Haberdashery
Headquarters ior Manhattan Shirts, $1.50 t
Perrin's Spring Gloves. Beautiful Spring Neck,
The World's Best Underwear
Hosiery and other Quality Fixings

Wednesday, Mar. 10 - "The
Third Act" (with Louise Vale)
Coming-"The Plot" (with Es-.
tella"M arco)

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Orpheum Theatre,
The House of Famous Plays by Famous
Players.

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PROTECT YOUR EYE
The blinding reflection of. sunlight on the white
snow causes a very severe strain on the eyes.
Amber Classes will filter the light and prevent
all eye strain keeping your eyes in perfect condition
to study.
We are showing a large line of both Amber and Dark
Smoked Glasses.
20. up to $5.00
HAL LER JEWELRY CC
STATE STREET JEWELERS

200-202
South Mail

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Wednesday, March 10
D'Annumio's "Cabiria"
(9 reels)

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Thurs. and Friday, March 11 and
12, Octavia 1 andvworth in "The
Shadows."
Arcade Theatre
SHOWS:AFTERNOONS 4;00: EVE. 6:15; 7:45; 9:15
Wednesday, Mar. 1 O--"In the Name of
the Prince of Peace," a Dyreda.art film
feature.

Announce ent

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You are cordially invited to attend the Opening Dist
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,.of Spring Suits and Cc
in the newest styles and fabrics, embodying all the lo
designs, each having a distinction of style that will pl
the particular dressed woman.
Our DRESSMAKING department is equipped to give you the
best service on short notice, and it will be profitable to you to tal
the question of Spring sewing with us now, before the semi-ar
rush begins. Expert cutters and fitters are always at your ser
with satisfaction our positive guarantee.

C. & F. Shop
Phone 392

[IL H. ARNOLD
>metrist - Optician
h Arnold & Co., Jewelers
S. Main Street

Coming - Mrs. Leslie carter in "Du
Barry." Watch for the date.
"Ike" Fisher will furnish the music
at this theatre hereafter.
Spring Hats Now Ready
We carry a complete stock of the
most up-to-date hats to be found
anywhere. All late hats are trim-
med with the bow exactly on the
side. Hats with bow in the back
or at the quarter are out of date,
old timers. We make hats to order and
do all kinds of had work. Yotir last
season's hat re-blocked in the latest
shape, with new trimmings, will look
new and uip-todate.
FACTORY HAT STORE
118 E. lItZron St.

608 East Liberty Street

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Florence Freeman,

ATTENTION STEWARDS

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When you are ready to place your orders for
Cann d ,Goods
We can save you money.
Comm'It sknd look za over
KYE R and WHITKER

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)AVIS AFFAIR
FRIDAY AT UNION
who were at the en-
st summer, will give
Dance" at the Mich-
Friday night. The
n annual affair, will
,t the men will at-
> clothes. The camp
reproduced and the
at the store for their
o consist of the pro-
p band and quartet
several other fea-
d.
ering faculty are to
he surveying faculty
11 act as chaperones.
leers are invited to
e is given to renew

CAThOLICS SHOW BETTER AT
WISCONSIN THAN AT MICHIGAN
Although the University of Wiscon-
sin drubbed the Notre Dame track
aggregation in their dual meet last
week, the total amassed by the Con-
ference team is not as impressive as
that garnered by the Michigan squad.
Notre Dame scored 33 points to a total
slightly in excess of 50 for the. Wis-
colsin squa-..
,otre Dame mulled-down several of
the premier positions, and her men
showed to a much .better advantage
than they did against Michigan. This
comnparative showing would indicate
that Coach Farrel's men had con-
siderable of an cdge upon tho western
conference aggregation, something
that was no: iinconmon wl en Mich-
igan used' to competle in the- western
classic.

PHONES: 326, 32T, 328

114-116 E. WASHINGTON

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Taxi 15
Prompt Day and Night service.

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Next time you're down town, you
member of some Senior class, just step
in a moment to be measured for your
cap and gown. No rental charge till
outfits are delivered. Mack & Co.

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Athletic Board to Map Out Schedules
Beside the transaction of regular
business, it is expected that the ath-
letic schedules and the matter of sum-
mer baseball will be :discussed at the
next meeting of the board in control
of the athletic association, which will
be held Saturday night.
I)ean's Peanuts 10 cents a pound.
Listen to the music of the Banjorine
Orchestra with Ike Fischer at the pi-
ano, at Granger's tonight.
For Musical Instrumenate of i 3 y
Description, Viotrelas, a a dim Di-
amond Dies Machines, go to SCRAM
BERLE & SON MUSIC HOUSE, Main
Street. - '.4 '
Ike Fischer's Banjorine Orchestra
will play for the assembly at Granger's
tonight.

Tailored and street hat opening
day and Saturday March 12 and :
Hayley's Millinery, 206 E. Liberty.
FOR SALE-Three suits of clo
nearly new. Too large for ow
will sell at bargain. 516-R.
FOR SALE-Fullblood Boston
year and half old. For inform
phone 655, between 7 and 10 p.
LOST-Will the person who foun
purse -Saturday containing b
checks marked S-22, and othei
ticles, please return some to oN
who will donate the cash but w
the other articles. Philip P. And
1030 Oakland. Phone 30-M.
LOST-Gold band ring. M. G. B
graved inside. Higly prized. P
phone 557-M. Reward.

Are Your Victrola Records Dusty?

Record Albums keeps records free from
dust. kach album leaf is a separate,
strong maaila paper envelope. The
pages are consecutively numbered. A
handy index on the front cover indexes
every record.
10in. Albums $1.50
12 in. $1.75

Dust off Record Brushes, dig the fine
needle dust out of record grooves.-
Records kept free from dust, wear long-
er, and look better.
Brushes, all sites, 25a.

fresher1

than a

'ou rest. O. G.
eod Tu

When on Main St. think of
peanuts. 10 cents a pound.

Dean'sI

We Deliver
PhOMe07, 8

GRINNELL BROS.

120-122 .
Ir. Liberly St..

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OUR PRICES
ou Mant
COME IN AND LET U$SIBH

$2
lOw

5.00 TO $0W00
suit hat.
YOU .OUR SPRING WOOLENS

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