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I do not "pretend" to make
portraits, but I D0 make
the best Flashlights and
Groups in America.
You are the Judge-why not have the best?
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Free
RAINCOAT OR
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FEE With every made-to-measure
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QljPANAMA HAT OR
$8,0 PALM BEACH [SUIT
FREWith every in ade-to mueasure
sUIT CUT AND MADE
EVERY YOUROWN MEASURE
No one can give youi better tailoring,
better fitting garments, or more up-to-
date styles.
OUR SMALL EXPENSE enables us to
share our profits with our customers.
Order your suit of us and maize a real
saving.
ACTRY HAT STORE
W. W MANN, Proprietor
118 E HURON STREET
NEAR ALLENEL HOTEL

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RIFLEMEN TO HOLD INFORMAL
WIN1-UP BANQUET AT UNION

Phone 2225

pity men wearing Mal-
re satisfaction. Why
Dress Suits for Rent

All Interested in Shooting Invited
Attend Affair Tonight;
boul to Speak

to PRESSING nGoods Caned ForI
to PRES ING u..Deliver.ed

MALCOLM
Malcolm Block

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119 E. Liberty St.

d shoes re-soled as they should be

Michigan's indoor rifle season will
be brought to a formal close at the Ri-
fie club dinner, to be held at the Union
at 6:00 o'clock tonight. Although the
dinner is held under the auspices of
the Michigan Rifle club, all men inter-
ested in shooting are welcome.
Tonight's affair will be informal, it
being the object of the committee to
simply get tdgether for an informal
gathering in honor of the indoor team,
which acquitted itself so well in its
first season of competition.
Foremost in securing the success of
a rifle team at Michigan have been In-
tramural Director Rowe, Major Pack,
Professor Hinch and Harry C. Moul,
eng. spec., who are particularly ree-
onmended by the student members as
deserving credit.
Moul is president of the infant or-
ganization and will be expected to de-
liver an address of an informal nature,
while the committee on arrangements
also hopes to have on hand for tonight
the other men who have been active
in the organization and development
of the Rifle club.
Tickets are selling at 75 cents, and
may be obtained from officers of the
club, or from Director Rowe at the
athletic association offices.
Y. M. C. A. Officials Attend Conference
H. S. Elliot of the Y. M. C. A. inter-
national committee, A. J. Elliot trav-
eling secretary for the Y. M. C. A. and
B. B. Johnson, state student secretary,
were in Ann Arbor yesterday to attend
a conference of college presidents
which is being held in connection with
the educational meetings now in prog-
ress. These men will leave today for
Ypsilanti for a two day conference
with all the student presidents of the
various Y. M. C. A.'s throughout the
state.

n, Special Souvenir for Sat., April 3
will give a three-fold all leather bill book.
:ents, with your choice of four San Souci
ack and White Cigars, any shape, or six
3-5r4" Perfetb Cigars
ay, April 3, both for 33 cents

Zexal1 Drug
08 S. MAIN STREET

Store
Cyko Paper

NO LOSS BY FIRE
Pop. Mat. flllh Week Mar. 29
Wed. GARRICK Night&SatMat
Best seats $1.00 25c-$50
DETROIT-
H. H. FRAZEE Presents
Three Act Farce
KEEP MOVING
THE STATE SAVINGS BANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
CAPITAL STOCK $100,000.00
SURPLUS AND PROFITS $125,000.00
Wm. J. Booth, Pres., WmArnold Vice-Pres
John C. Waltz, Cashier, R. A.Beal, Asst' Cash
JUNIOR GIRLS WILL REPEAT
'COME-BACK" THIS AFTERNOON
Barbour gymnasium is in the hands
of decorators, under the supervision of
the sophomore committee, of which
Hazel Giddings, '17, is chairman, in
preparation for the annual women's
luncheon,which begins at 12:30 o'clock
this noon.
"The Come-Back" is ready for its
second presentation at 3:00 o'clock
this afternoon in Sarah Caswell An-
gell hall. Junior women who have
been selling tickets are asked to turn
all unsold tickets and money in to
Helen Humphreys, '16, by noon today.
JohnIt . Pattengill Addresses Alpha Nu
John R. Pattengill, '74, of Lansing,
ex-member of Alpha Nu and former
state superintendent of public instruc-
tion, addressed the society at its meet-
ing held in the society rooms in Uni-
versity hall last night.
Marckwardt Addresses Methodist Club
Mr. Otto Marckwardt, of the engi-
neering rhetoric faculty, will speak to
the freshman club of the Methodist
church tonight at 7:15 o'clock in the
Wesleyan Guild rooms.
Student's Brother Killed in. Battle
Leonard W. Charnock, '15D, of Preto-
ria, South Africa,has just received word
that his brother was recently, killed
in the fighting in Flanders, and that
his father had been severely wounded
and lost an arm. Charnock's brother,
was chief surgeon in a large British
hospital and was doing Red Cross
work in the war zones.
BOARD TO DISCUSS
SUMMER BASEBALL
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tivity in enforcing the rigid rules on
the books. It is the insistence of the
board in refusing to adopt any of the
three first-named solutions, or any-
thing which resembles a definite step,
which has subjected it to criticism.
It is not probable that out-and-out
action will be taken today. Members
of the boardrsent theacensure which
their procrastination has calledforth,
and critics believe that they will
hesitate to take a'decided move at a
time when it might appear to have
been the result of public reproach. In
the end, however, it is expectd that
the agitation wil stimulate thought and
bring about some kind of reform.
Main floor of Waterman gym will
be closed from 1:00 to 3:00 o'clock to-
day.
Upper Room Bible Class meets at
7:00 o'clock tonight at the Bible Chair
house at 444 S. State street.

When on the way to the bank, re-
member Dean & Co., Peanuts 10 cents
a pound. 134

Everything the Latest In
Hats for Easter Style Is our
motto.
Get Your Easter Hat Today
FACTORY HAT STOR
W. W. MANN Proprietor
118 E. HURON STREET
NEAR ALLENEL HOTEL

Orders taken this week will be ready for Easter.

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Monday Night, April 5

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Extraordinary Triple Star Combination.
Season only
Charles Frohman Presents
Blace Bates
Marie4o.Doro

This

Wear your own clothes
Suits and Overcoats built especially for you of fabrics
of your own selection. Without paying extra, you
get here extra satisfaction, extra service-garments as
fine in fabrics, fashion, fit and ,finish as can be obtain-
ed anywhere regardless of price.
Our clothes are made by the Royal Tailors, of
Chicago and New York, exactly as you direct,
precisely to your measure.
Prices-$18.00, $20.00, $22.00, $25.00
Campus Bootery
308 S. State Street

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GIVE OUR
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nced as to their merits
Enjoy them,
hem Is to Praise them.
'HITKER
GROCERIES
114=116 E. Washington= St.

Spring

breakfast is not
out Swift's Premium
y ham on the market
s no parboilin.
CENTS A POUND

SATURDAY
Specials
in this space
We have the only
exclusive Fish Market
in Ann Arbor.
If you want to be sure
that your fish are fresh
and are dressed under
sanitary conditions buy
them from the
ANN ARBOR FISH MARKET

Main Floor
1st 13 Rows, 360 seats
Last 9 Rows, 232 seats

PR I C E S Balcony
- at $2.00 ,I 1st 4 Rows, 120 seats - -
- at $1.50 .I Balance 9 Rows, 297 seats - -
GALLERY 60c
:s Admitted to Gallery First

Ladle

ISeats on Sale April 2

Mail Orders Now

at $1.50
at $1.00

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WHITNEY
TUESDAY NIGHT

THEATRE
:: : :: APRIL 6

ing lamb - $2.00
ing lamb - 1.50
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Chauncey Olcott
In Rachel Crothers' New Comedy
The Heart of Paddy Whack
HENRY MILL.ER, Manager
An Irish Bachelor's Romance, Tender in Sentiment and
Brimming Over with Fun
A HALF DOZEN NEW OLCTr SONGS
Ladies Admitted to the Gallery First
MAIN FLoOR PRICES BALCONY
1st 13 Rows, 360 seats - - at $2.00 1st 8 Rows, 216 seats - at $1.00
Last 8 Rows, 232 seats - - at $1.50 Last 5 Rows, 181 seats - - at .J5
GALLERY SOc.
Seats On Sale Satixtrday Morning
MAIL ORDICRS NOW

Phone 109

212 E. WASHINGTON ST

Phone 1853

W E DELIVER

Market

Easter

ecial Smoked Ham and Bacon
want meats with an unsurpassed richness of flavor
member Weinmann's Service

Favors
Easter Cards, the best in the city

Easter Candles, Morse & Gilberts

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Students' Supply Store
1 S. Univ. Ave. Phone 11 60-R L. C. Schle

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