r THE MICHIGAN LAILT
Spring Showing of
STEIN BLOCH SUITS
and all the new shapes and colors in
lindenschmitt, Aplel & Co.
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NINT'-FOUR WEST FORT STREET
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SPRING ORDERS TAKEN NO TV
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214 S. Main St.
DIRECT FROM FACTORY TO YOU
The people of Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County are cor-
dially invited to call at the Exhibition Rooms of the COMR
PACKT FURNITURE COMPANY and examine for themselves
the splendid values offered in choice furniture at prices represent-
ing, in many instances, A SAVING OF zoo PER CENT, as
compared with prices usually charged.
The Come-Packt Mission and Craftsmen Designs are par-
ticularly suitable for fraternity and club houses. We also design
and make special furniture to order.
Builders of new homes will find it to their advantage to em-
ploy the facilities afforded by our factory Tor the production of
"bilt-in" furniture for libraries, dens, halls, dining-rooms and
Take Packard Street car to State Street and go one block south
and three blocks west to factory of
COME-PACKT FURNITURE COMPANY
Corner Edwin ani Division Streets
350 WOMEN ENJOY
Celebration of 25th Anniversary of
League's Formation Marked
JUNIOR GIRLS' PLAY SUCCESS
Pink and purple Easter flowers and
ferns on a background of white, adorn-
ed Barbour gymnasium and the 16
tables at which 350 university women,
alumnae and their friends were s'eated
yesterday afternoon for the annual
luncheon, which this year celebrates
the twenty-fifth anniversary of the
founding of the Women's League.
To the "birthday table" in the cen-
ter of the floor, members of a pageant
which represented the various repre-
sentative women's activities marched,
Helen Burlingham, '15, as the League,
Mildred - Rees, '15, representing Bar-
bour gymnasium, Adele Crandall, '16,
as the Kermess girl, and Judith Gins-
burg, 'p15, and Hildegarde Hagerman,
'15, depicting the vocational counsel-
ling system, were among the partici-
pants in this feature.
The Girls' Glee club sang special
numbers and led the guests in the
singing of college songs. President-
Emeritus James B. Angell, President
Harry B. Hutchins, and Mrs. Shirley
W. Smith, '97, greeted the guests in
The second performance of the jun-
ior girls' play, "The-Come-back," by
Eleanor N. Stalker, which followed the
luncheon at 3:00 o'clock, was given no
less successfully than the senior per-
formance last Thursday evening.
APPOINT TEAM TO REPRESENT
MICHIGAN AT CHESS CONTEST
A chess team to represent Michigan
at the Chicago conference was chosen
at the meeting of the Chess and Check-
er club in the Union last night, and is
as follows: Fred Sacia '15E, E C.
Roth, '15, W. G. Given, '16E, and W
T. Adams, '17. Selection was made
on the basis of the men's showing in
the championship tournament.
In order that the best college chess
talent in the west may be represented
at the intercollegiate conference at
Chicago, next Friday and Saturday, the
universities of .Chicago and Michigan
have consented to let the Armour In-
stitute and the Lewis Institute of Chi-
cago, enter a combination team picked
from the star players of both insti-
Although it has been the custom to
discontinue regular meetings of the
club-prior to the spring holidays, they
will be continued this year bntil the
Harvard match is completed.
You won't suffer from sweaty odor-
ous tended feet if you use "Fixem-for
the feet." At your druggist.
"Fixem-for the feet" at your drug-
Thousands of everyday usefuls sold
for less at Hoag's Home Supply Store.
Corner Main & Washington.
Dressmaking at reasonable prices.
Latest styles. C. & F. Shop, Florence
Freeman, 608 E. Liberty, Phone 392.
Spring and summer waists in all the
new materials. C. & F. Shop, 608 E.
Get a silk petticoat to match your
new Spring Suit at the C. && &F. Shop.
608 E. Liberty St.
Continued re-orders prove the
quality and merit of our work in
both Portrait and Commercial De-
Our satisfied customers are our
biggest advertisement. S e e us
about yourl 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
Films developed for 5c per roll. Prints
made from 3ecupwards
Davis & Ohlinger
Dance Programs and
109-111 E. WASHINGTON
Students suffering from sore, sweaty,
odorous feet can obtain instant relief
by using "Fixem-for the feet." On sale
at your druggist.
LOST--Pair gold pinch glasses be-
tween Whitney theater and East Uni-
versity avenue Friday night. Reward.
WANTED-Five Hundred Students to
sell Star Clothing Line Reel during
summer vacation. In class by itself.
Nothing like it on the market. Uni-
versal demand. Sells itself. Exclus-
ive territory given. Clean up $35.00
per week for ten weeks. Write
quick for territory. Wholesale Sup-
ply Company, Station "F," Grand
Shoes repaired while you rest. 0. G.
Andres, 222 8. State St. eod Tu
and toilet articles.;
Phone 418. U
Saddle horses for rent. Phone 2028.
207 North Main. tf
University Ave. Pharmacy Martha
Washington Candy. Cigars, Cigarettes
and Tobacco. u
Get the habit. The doctors order
it. Saddle horses. Phone 2028. 207
North Main. tf
LOST-A string of white coral beads.
Return to J. C. Scovel, 120 Packard
St. Reward. 133-4-5
LOST--Small black purse, Thursday
afternoon either on Campus or So.
State street. Finder please return
to Daily office. Reward. 134-35
University Ave. Pharmacy- Fountain.
why not NOW ? Sooner or later you will buy
the O"All That Glitters" music.
The "Daly" says--"Al of the music was good."
GET IT NOW
The Score, $2.00
GRINNELLS, 122-4 Last Liberty
Lyndon. Pens and Students Supplies.