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April 01, 1915 - Image 3

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CALKINS' PHARMACY

THE GREAT 2 flOF
BIG SALE OF

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On all Suits and Furnishings. Only
lasts till March 27th. Nowf is the
time to get fixed up for Easter at

200o

OFF

Don't forget we move to our
New Store, next to the Or-
pheum Theatre, on Mar. 27th

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ANN ARBOR, MICE.

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The An Arbor Savings Bank'
Capital Stock $300,000 Surplus $100,000
Resources $3,000,0400
A General Banking Business Transacted
Chas. I?. HEiscock, Pres., Michael J. Fritz,
Cash'r, W. D. Hiarrima~n, Vice-Pres., Carl F.
3raun, Asst. Cash'r, Win. Waltz, Asst. Cash'r
Savings Debt.
Liberty and Main St..
A Most Convenient Place for Your
Banking

CALL EARLY

A. F. Marquardt
Campus Tailor
516 E. William Street

.1 MY LESi

Cloth Shp
"TAILORS,

Our cloth patterns are all specials. The woolen
house we represent has a monopoly on them.
OVERPLAIDS
are among our specials. They are the real attraction this
year. An "overplaid" is two plaids crossing at right
angles, but much subdued so as to give a rich effect.

games at Waterman gym tonight. The
two teams will probably line up as in
the last game, and all of the men are
out to make names for themselves on
the basketball, courts, as well as on
the gridiron.
Dope seems to favor the "Roehm-
ers" in tonight's contest. The combi-
nation of charging and blocking by
Rehor, and the real basketball dis-
played by Rtoehm and Maulbetsch, is
apt to prove the undoing of the "Bas-
tianites," 'although the latter team is
out for revenge.
The game will probably be called
about 7:30 o'clock, and a large attend-
ance is expected to see how the mole-
skin warriors behave in basketball
suits.
Michigan Technic Meets Ready Sale
Copies of the March issue of the
Michigan Technic were placed on sale
yesterday morning, in the engineering
building and at State street stores.
The number was pronounced by many
as the best issue of the magazine ever
produced, and it found a ready sale
throughout the day. The Technic is
being placed in State street stores for
the first time in an effort to introduce
it to the entire campus.
Charts on Exhibition in Memorial Hall
Miss Marionr Jennings, head of the
Latin department of Grand Rapids
Union high school, has a collection of
charts, showing the effect of Latin on
life and literature, on exhibition in
Memorial hall. The charts were com-
piled by her students, and are said to
be of an interesting nature.
WANTED-A rooming house for the
Dixie club for the season of 1915-16,
to accommodate about 20 men. Call
Schmidt at 906.
WANTED-Have you planned for your
summer? Mr. Smithson has a lib-
eral salaried proposition for a few
men who can qualify! Call today
503 E. Jefferson. 2466.

Thurs-Fri., April 1.-2
Geo. S. Dougherty (Police Commission-
er of New York) in "The Line-Up at
Headquarters." Six parts.
Arcade Theatre
SNOWS: AFTERNOONS 4:00: EYE. 6:15; 7:45; 9:15
Thurs., April 1-" Twice Rescued," Vita-
graph drama in two parts. "Rose o' the
Shore," Biograph. "He gave him a
Million,"Lubin. "Olive's Greatest Op-
portunity," FEdison.
Fri., April 2-Robert Warwick in "The
Man of the Hour." °a Win. A. Brady
feature in g parts.
Sat., April 3-"Tiie Secret Room," two.
part Kalem drama. "When Greek meets
Greek," Vitagraph. Hearst-Selig Dews.
"The Gallantry of Jimmy Rogers," BEs.
sanay comedy-drama.
±!? Six rides for a dollar !!2
348 C. H. Brock' 348
Taxi-Cab Livery
Saddle horses for rent. Phone 2028.
207 North Main. tf
University Ave. Pharmacy Fountain
Pens and Students Supplies. tf
Clothing for young men and men that
never grow old. Made by
The House of Kuppenheimer.
on sale at
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE.
Main, St. cod Tu

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henever you
f " asee an Arrow
Coca-Cola.
Tape a t'7 from, the men who top all the
average tables. Drink l
They know it's good to train on-to work
on. The one best, out-and-out thirst-
cluencher-full of refreshment, pleasure ~"
'Iand "whoesomeness.
Se'liciou4s-Refreshing. ac
Thirst- Quenching
'~-'-THE COCA-COLA Co.
-I', ~ 4Z.,,,, Atlanta, Ga.

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TUESDAY NIGHT

THEATKR I
ri i iiAPRIL 6

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Chauncey Olcott,
In Rachel Croflhers' New Comedy
The Heart of PaddyWack
HENRY MILLER, Manager
An Irish Bachelor's Romance, Tender in Sentiment and
Brimming Over with Fun
A HALF DOZIEN NEW OLCOTT SONGS

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OUR STYLES ARE EXCLUSIVE I
Scorng'the Wnm
i ,').n-tter of- physical and mental superiority
---a conlditionl of leg' - sturdiness an~d speed,
brain - alertness and instant judgment, eye-
ksennecs and accuracy, an ability to take
ch }ides with a deg'ree of certainty of final
achievement.
)hvaedde~d huC

Ladies

Admitted to-the Gallery First

Get the habit.'
it.. Saddle horses.
North Main.

The doctors order
Phone 2028. 207
tf

MAIN FLOOR P ICES BAL.CONY
1st 13 Rows, 360 seats - - at $2.00 I 1st 8 flows, 216 seats, - - at $1.00
Last 8 Rows, 232 seats - - at $1.50 11 Last 5 Rows, 181 seats - at .75
GALLERY 50c.
1MAIL ORiDEXS NOW
Monday Night, April 5'E I

university Ave. Pharmacy Martha
Washington Candy, Olgars, Cigarettes
ana Tobacco. t4

New Victor Records Just Out
We are ready for you with the new
April ist. At your service to play any
numbers you would like to hear.
COME IN ANYTIME
Phone GRINNELL BROS. 120 ert

Extraordinary Triple Star Combination.
Season only
Charles Frohman Presents
1lli~.mGillette

This

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Pia.rie Doro

assists athletes in acquiring these qualifica-
tions, for ;it builds. and develops brawn, brain,
bone and body.

T he most nourishing 'form
it is a food that strengthens
human body and fost -s the
good brain 4nd sud p ,,

of wholewhet,
thli t s -pep of tho
O yaomnt of a

Special Order Jewelry
For years we have specialized
in making to order jewelry for
your particular taste.
We design and furnish pins,
fobs, charms for most of the
Campus Societies-- do it because
we do, it best.
Let us'figure on any job you may have.
We believe we can do the work just a little better
and save you money.
ARNOLD & Co., Jewelers, 220 So. Main Street

In Victorien Sardou's Masterpiece
Ip P LOM A CY",
Curtain at 8 o'clock sharp

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Main Floor PRI C ES Balcony
1st 13 ,Rows, 360 seats -. at $2.00 1st 4 Bows, 120 seats -
Last 9 Bows, 232 seats - - at $1.50 Balance 9 Rows, 291 seats - -
GALILERY 50e

at $1.50
at $140

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"All ~ f Go ea ft 44nWeat''

Seats an Sale April 2,

Mail Orders How

M,4410 only by

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Niagara Falls, N. Y.

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Think of it, only 25c a
Phone taxi 2280.

passenger. University Ave.. Pharmacyt Drugs
and toilet articles.' Phone 416. tU
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THE EASTERN

Investigate Modern
EleotriO Cooking
You will be surprised
at its ponvenlence and
*p0Oomy.

MICHIGAN
Invites you to attend a

EDISON

CO.

Demonstration of

Electric Cooking

The General Electric
Company's Household
Appliances are being.
offered at special re-
duced prices.

At their Display Rooms
By Miss AGNES A. ARTERBURN, B. S. in Domestic Science
Two to !Five each afternoon

April 1st to 15th

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