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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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New Spring Styles now Ready

'ALL THAT GLITTERS ISNOT G
I do not "pretend" to make
portraits, but I DO make
the best Flashlights and
Groups in America.
You are the Judge-wy not have the best?
LYNDON 719 N. University

we Do Repairing
AND
Altering

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Pumps and Boots

C. I. KIDD
1530-J

- Sophomore
1112 S. Univ. Ave

FOR MEN
White Rubber
Sole Oxfords
Black and Tan
- Ths Latest

COVER

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FOR WOMEN
Military Pumps
and Oxfords
Gun Metal and Patent
The Latest

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NEW CANVASS OF BOAT CLUB
WILL OPEN API'ER I-I4LIDAYS
H. Bentley Heads House to 'ouse
Work for New lembers; Regatta
andDance Planned
After the recent reorganization of
the Boat club, work has progressed
rapidly on the 14-day house to house
membership campaign which will be-
gin Tuesday night after the return

Walk-Over Boot Shop 115 sai..

J from the spring vacation. Events forI

TRU EY'S

THE CONFECTIONERY
116 South Man,, Street

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TWENTY-SECOND ANNUAL

,FHill Auditorium, Ann Arbor
M5A Y 1 9, 2 0, 2 1, 2 2
oncerts by eminent Artists with a background made up of
horal Union, a special Chorus of Children, a Special Boys'
is, and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra of seventy men.
e musical treat will be offe-ed.
'se tickets are now on sale at the Office of the University Scool of
ic at $5.5o and $6.oo each; later course tickets at $5.oo, $4.50 and
will be offered. (Persons having Pre-Festival cover coupon for
ange, deduct $3.00 from above prices).
Tickets for single concerts will be on sale after May 8th,
at $i.oo, $i.5o, $2.00.

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MacDIARMID'S-GILBERT'S
BOX CANDIES
Fresh Each Week

the afternoon of the regatta have also
been practically decided, and a club
dance has been arranged for Wednes-
day at the Union.
A. M. Bentley, '16, who is in general
charge of the membership canvass of
the club, has appointed 10 chairmen
under whom are 100 sub-chairmen.
These names are being checked up as
to eligibilities before announcement.
Many details will be decided at a
meeting of the club officers at the Un-
ion, at 10:00 o'clock this morning. 'At
a meeting of regatta chairmen, which
will follow half an hour afterward,
the entire program of the spring re-
gatta to be held on Barton pond, May.
29, will be settled.
FATHER FURNISHES ALIBI FOR
STUDENT ACCUSED OF, (RiME
Karl H. Bronson, ex-'16, Arrested for
PassingFalse Checks, Cleared
of Charge
Karl H. Bronson, ex-'16, now at
Hillsdale College, recently arrested for
worthless check passing on complaint
by Charles Preketes, has been furnish-
ed an alibi by Bronson's father of New
York City. The" fthir l the a :-^d
student has presented to ir'iosecuti ng
Attorney Carl Lehman, three affidav-
its which tend to prove the innocence
of Bronson.
Two false checks with Bronson's
name attached were passed, one at
Malcolm's store, and the other at
Preketes'. The three affidavits pre-
sented by the father of the accused are
those of a boarding-house keeper at
Hillsdale, C. L. Kirby, '17E, Bronson's
Broommase, andlRRoberts, a friend.
who called at B3ronson's room 'on the
day the checks were passed, but who
found that Bronson had gone to Hills-
dale for the day.
Alumnus Appears in "r~OjanI Woinei"
Edward Moseman, ex-'14, who played
a prominent part in the Union opera
production of "Awakened Rameses,"
three years ago, and who is now with
the Little Theater Co., of Chicago,
will have one of the leading parts in
the play, "The Trojan Women," which
will bepresented on April 22, in Hill
auditorium, under the auspices of the
Drama and Women's leagues. Mose-
man has been associated with the Lit-
tle Theater Co., since leaving the uni-
versity.
Rifle Enthusiasts Banquet at Union
Beneath a haze of blue smoke curl-
ing up from the camp-fire pipes, about
40 rifle enthusiasts ushered out the in-
door shooting season at the Rifle club
dinner, at the Union last night. The
guests of honor were Majors Pack and
Wilson, Captain Wilson, and Prof. F.
R. Finch, all of whom have been act-
ive in the organization of the infant
club.

STR'ONGCOLLEGIAN
R.W.JI1ohnson,'18, Lacks Less Than 240
Points of Beating Presnt
Strength Record
INCREASES OWN FORMER TOTAL
Michigan can undoubtedly claim the
second strongest college man in the
world. R. W. Johnson, a freshman
from Grand Rapids, broke his own
record of 2567 points yesterday after-
noon in the gym, totaling 2734 points.
The record for all-around strength, is
held by Roos, of Yale, with 2970 points.
Thus the Michigan man came within
240 points of the world's record.
,Johnson hung up the very credita-
ble mark of 2567 several weeks ago,
and he showed an .improvement yes-
terday in practically every event.
The point in which Roos excels the
Michigan "strong man," is in the dip-
ping and chinning. These two events
count heavily, and when Johnson ini-
proves in this department, he will
stand an excellent chance of smash-
ing the present world's mark which is
held by the Yale man. Johnson's rec-
ords yesterday follow:
Lung capacity 335; dips 16; chins
16; leg lift 1030; back lift 655;
weight 177 1-2; grip, right hand,
250; left hand, 215.
Offer Special Music at Club's Dance
Leroy Scanlon, '16L, and "Ike"
Fisher with his five piece banjorine
orchestra will help entertain guests at
the Boat club party to be held at the
Union Wednesday night. Pasteboards
for the affair are now on sale at the
Union counter at one dollar each, to
any member of the Union or Boat
club.

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605 E. William
9 Because we give

Quick Service

Large Var

cheaper Meals
The Convenient Place

OREN'S CAFETERIA

F. L. HALL, 514 E.William
p R E S hone .225
PRESSING Gods aledFor
and Dellivered

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The High Cost of Lovillg
By FRANK MANDEL. Adapted from the Carman
OXIGINAL NEW YORK CAST
Lew Fields (Himself). George Hassell. Charlotte Ives. James Lackaye.
Wilfred Clarke. Alice Fischer. Ernest Lembert. Ida Darling.
WEEK OF APRIL 12---Seats Thursday, Mail Orders Now
THE SUPREME ACHIEVM9NT OF THE N. Y. WINTER (,ARDEN
DANCINC AROUND
Company of 125. A Symphony of feminine divinities in new
frolics on the Rose-Red Runway
WITH HIS HIGHNESS THE HICH BROW OF HICH-LARITY
AL JOLSON

Popular Matinee
Wednesday
25c. to $1.00

Week April 5
Sat. mat. 25C to $1.50
Nights 25c to $2.
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A. H. WOODS, Presents
Lew Fields
IN THE RIOT OF LAUCHTER

NO LOSS BY FIRE

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reitmeyer's (Detroit) Corsage Bouquets
Delivered any place Ilk the U. S. A.
RVICE D E L T A ..QVAITY
Corner State and Packard
Electrical Supplies and Novelties
OF ALL KINDS
We do all kinds of wiring and repair work
at right prices. Call and see our student
lamps, shades, etc.

It is worth your while

to visit our

Exhibit of Electrical Household

Appliances

Demonstration each afternoon two until five of

St .

Phone 2153-M

COOKING BY ELECTRICITY

Come and

taste the good things electrically prepared

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THE TEMPLE THEATRE

TUESDAY

- - APRILO

t's a Long Way to Tipperary"
THREE REEL PATHE FEATURE
Richard Carle in "The Dancing Beetle"
WORLD'S FILM CO. COMEDY
)C A BANNER SHOW c
REMEMBER THE DATE 0C

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Electric Chafing Dish
Special Price
50
Just the thing for those
evening lunches

Very Low Prices

on,
General Electric
Household

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Applianc

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Canoes by the hour and storage for
rivate canoes. P. G. Tessmer.
Confeetionary,cigars and soft drinks
rid canoes for the Lakeland and Ypsi-
Lnti trips. P. G. Tessmer.
Buy shoes and satisfaction at the
Lmne time from Gross & Dietzel, 119 E.
rashingon St.
We have six new Morris canoes for
le. U. of M. Boat Livery. Phone
We have all colors for canoes and
ar varnishes for canoe repairs. P. G.
esmer.
Think of it, only 26c a passenger.

PROCLAMATION.
The Health Department having as-
certained that the dog whose brain
was analyzed, had been suffering from
rabies, and that said dog is known to
have bitten a large number of other
dogs; Therefore It Is Ordered.
THAT ALL DOGS IN THE CITY
MUST BCE TIED OR KEP~T'SHUT UP
FOR A PERIOD OF THIRTY DAYS.
If this order is not strictly complied
with, the police have orders to take
summary action. R. G. MACKENZIE,,
Mayor,
Dr. J. A. WESSINGER,
Health Officer.
Settle that problem of summer work
before spring vacation. McKenzie may
be able to help you. Phone 359-M for
appointment. Salary and commission.
134-37

-('anadniii elb nen hav rran'ged a
gathering to be held in the Cosnc;oli-
tan club rooms, at 7:30 o'clock to::or-
row night, in order to discuri, "The
Effect of the, War oni the Difcrent
Sections of Canada."
Notice has been given tluif IL, idi-
ana club membership banquet, which
was to be held at the Michigan Union
next Tuesday evening, is caneclled,
owing to the inability to secur' the
banquet hall.
-Abont hail' of ihe 1o ibwe. b'ds,
which are to beautify the Stat :nt'eet
front of the campus have been made
ready, and the remainder will be fin-
ished this week. The $412 purchase
of plants and shrubbery is expected
to arrive in about 10 days.

Electric Nickel Toasters
Porcelain Base Toasters
6 Cup Percolators -
Electric Irons - -
Electric Utility Grills

es
-$3.75
- $2.80
- $5.50
- $3.00
. $3,50

Electric Radiant Grill
Special Price
0500
Will boil, broil, toast
or fry

See The Neip General Lictic Range
Lfficient-conomica-4.Conbenient

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EasternIlichilglan Edison Co.
Main and William Streets'

The Film Comedy "Every Households Opportunity" will be shown Monday and
Tuesday Evening at the Orpheum Theatre

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