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THE MICHIGAN 1LAILY

N.

pring Showing of
:N BLOCH SUITS

IMPERIAL HAT'S

SPRING SHOWING
OF
CROF'UT & KNAPP SOFT and STIFF HATS
and
The Largest Assortment of Golf Caps We Have Ever Shown
WE ARE NOT KEEPING' THEM, WE ARE SELLING THEM
LET US SELL YOU YOUR HEAD-WEAR
Tinker & Co p my
CUR. S.. STATE and WILLIAM STS.

REAWY AT YOR SERVICE

,FigelCo.

ttr forMen

and all the new shapes and colors in
.CAPS

Suits .
Ialmacans
-opoat
ainot

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

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indeoscbmitt, Aplel & 'Co.

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DI ETERLE

AND
TAIL4ORS

RUN DELL

NINTY-FOUR WUST" FORT STREET
DETROIT,' MI.
VORMBRRLil WM. X. "'DfITRI,
SPRING ORDERS TAKEN NOW

< NANADA DAZPUJTA TO FINISH
D~RAMA LEAGUE SERIES NONDXY
Lecture on 'Tagore's "Chiltra"' Will Be
Anni Arbor Center's Final
Attraction
~Mr. Jnanada Dazputa, of the chem-
istry department, will speak on the
Hindoo drama in the lecture room of
the economics building at 4:15 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon, thereby closing
this season's series of lectures given
by the Ann Arbor center of the Drama
league of America.
Tagore and his famous play "Chitra"
will be especially considered by Mr.
Dazputa. He is unusually familiar
with the subject, having been a pupil
of the Hindoo poet at one time. All
regular and affiliated members of the
Drama league have been invited to at-
tend.

Continued re-orders prove the
quality and merit of our works in
both Portrait and Commercial De-
partments.
Our satisfied customers are our
biggest advertisement. S ee us
about yours work; we compete
with one and all.
We have recently received a fine
new lot of Moldings, and are miak-
ing a specialty of artistic picture
framing.
Films developed for i5c per roll. Prints
s, made from 3c~upwards
HOPPE'S
Ann Arbor's Finest Studio
619 E« Liberty Street
Day rate for single passenger now
25c. Phone taxi 2280.

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Results Count

T~iny _ rin a)brd-ashIry
Heqa110; vr Mnh! r hirts, $1.50 to $4.00
"_. ' i: prtn Clov. e aut .: .3ifulping Neckwear
I he Wrld's est Unerwea

200-202
Souith Main St.

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Lookat tr Shw Wndows for

Ci NDYS" .5 L IA~ES
;%er y da Y in the week.

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that animal instinct with
DEAN'S
Fresh Roasted
Peanuts

1 104 Mai St

University Ave.
and toilet articles.

Pharmacy Drugs Shoes repaired while you rest. 0. G.
Phone 416. t~f Andres, 222 S. State St. eod Tu

A FULL
POUND-

--10c

214 S. Main St.

Have you a Little victor in your Room?
You ought to have; they are not expensive, and are more
fun than anything else that you might buy. For Saturday
only, we are going to give STUDENTS SPECIAL TERMS.
The little Victrola with twelve different selections, only
costs $x9.50. Remember that we MAKE TERMS TO
SUIT THR BUYER.

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:Yai ?,d Rcm'niqey i 111 Pa&1nm Settings
OialRpIgand LnssDuplicated
1~a ac nd eewery Repairing.

T NATIONAL BANK
ANN ARDOR
1 - - $100,000
ss and Profits *65.000
Directors
ell Geo. W. Patterson, 'H. J. Ab-
Clarkson, E. D. Kinne, Harrison
oM. Abbott, Dan B. Sutton, Fred

THE STATE SAVINGS BANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
CAPITAL STOCK $100,000.00
SURPLUS AND PROFITS $125,000.00
Win. J. Booth, Pres.. WmnArnold,_ Vice-Prey
John, C. Waltz. Cashier, R. A .Beal. Asst' Cash

SATURDAY
ONLY

GRINNELL BROS.
120 E. Liberty Street

PHONE
1707

ELRY "

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'cade

Theatre

Friday, March 28

Four Shows

2:30 6:15 7:45 9:15

GEORGE KLEINE PRESENTS

Mrs. LESLIE CARTER

~
Mrs. Shirley B. Smith, '9i7, and 1Mrs.
Walter B. Pillsbury, '03, of Ann Arbor
and the Misses Maiy iauxot '4
an d a T i e ,12 fliette Sessions, '93, of Colum bllus Ohlfio,
and Winifred Mahon, '13, of Saril "t.
Marie, are former presidents of theo
Women's- League from whomacpt
ances to the annual Women'sLnh
eon on April 3 have been received by
the committee.
President-Emeritus James B. An-
gell and President Harry B. Hutchins
will speak briefly during the couirse of
the informal twenty-fifth ann iversary
program, which will last not longer'
than twenty minutes, and of which
Mildred Rees, '15, is in charge. It iwitl
be supplemented, according to Miss
Rees, by birthday stunts presented by
undergraduate women during the
course of the luncheon.
Tickets for the luncheon are limited
in number to 300, of which 100 will be
reserved for alumnae and guests. All_]
must be purchased before 'SEaurda~y
evening. March. 27. They may be o;b-
tained for one dollar from Dean Myra
B. Jordan, Jeannette Armstrong, '7,;
the business manager of the conmnittee,
the class representatives as previous-
ly announced, or at Wahr's book store.
Two innovations will characteri/e
the presentation of this year's Junior
Play which will be presented in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall by junior -women
on April 1 and 3. One is the org:ani-
zation of the senior women, inwhs
honor the performance of the play is-
given, who will attend the first p)e r-
formance in caps and gowns and sn
songs to the juniors written speciall y
for the occasion, which are to be learn-
ed at a meeting of senior women plan-
ned for 8:00 o'clock next Thursday
evening in Newberry hall, under th-,e
auspices of Mortar Board and- Senior
society. Every senior woman will be
personally invited, according to the
committee which is headed by F'aith
Goss, '15, and Marjorie Delavan, '15, as
representing the two societies.
The other new-feature is the promr-
' ised publication by the University Mul-
sic house of one of the Junior Pia.
songs, the nature of which is still kept)
secret. It was written by -Ellen Sar-
geant, '16, and Martha Gray, '16, and?
will be on sale by the time of theply
Play invitations have been Imile0d
to senior women whose names are ob)-;
tamiable at Dean Jordan's office.Th
committee requests that aniy senior

In

ee

All t3nt Wh
with yor nametile
gooyds. : p ay the

Her Famous Success

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Speciens aute

Get Your

[I 402ilcrol St
537-..
Ticket ipro now oph lt a25 u
of prl 1 m lod the aft.ernoon11 of April1
> )y ii e'i CL.of th :etcat ai d cho us.-
The iro he traon it _, d ,.Qch
ze,6,wilte oal ho. oin
Poutstaxv 1 , bll_ py1 eby th
yeen cOx _.carent t ht
Ptredo es romt o..,. 4 plior. narhirous
tA a rd er to the Voeatyin incoun-
di L r: committee.AA l a01
honort yd't i i, an il 1qci ai be
a yaddyteahetictinteo
the' W Lt" n' League; fr eat i '' 1th
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Mack's
WAe've the best facilities in
town for fitting and suiting
y~ou. perfectly.' We guarantee
your complete satisfaction,
All ceps and. gowns are
fm the well known Aca-,
'dtmic Costuming House of
G XSONS & VIKING
and every garment conforms
perfectly with the, intercol-
leg;iate code recently adopted.
Ordlers <.hould be placed at
once in order to be certain
of delivery for swing out.
Rental charge $2.00 per
outfit complete. Payment not
duei: until gowns are delivered.

r. N 6OWN

Supported by

RICHARD THORNTON
HAMILTON REVELLE and

4 {

CAMPBELL GOLLAN

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Fair Treatment and Good
aewhat miakes a satisfied C
,ohire yours by calling 15.

Serg

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Prices

Afternoon 15c

Evening 20c

xo Musical Instruments of R
Description, Victrolas, and Edisoi
aiond iso Machines, go to SCI
BERLE' & SON MUSIC HOUSE,
IStrAeeCt, e
Buny Ihoes and satisfaction at
san e. tit te 1ramn Gross & Dietzel,1

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