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GET IT AT
CALKINS' PHARMACY
324 S. STATE S'IREET

We have a line of SHIRTS
and NECKWEAR that com-
prises all of the nobby ideas

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WHITMAN'S SAMPLER
"The National Candy"

ON ACCOUNT OF THE
DELAY IN FINISHING OUR
NEW STORE
we cannot have our removal
for a few days.
'.So we are going to give the
same 20% off as we have
lately until we go.
ALL SUITS AT --
ALL FURNISHINGS AT

TAKE ONE TO THE OPERA

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GET IT AT CALKIN'S PHARMACY
342 SOUTH STATE STREET

Our prices are reasonable
for seasonable goods.

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-WADAMS&CO
121-123 So. flain St.

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iETROI TERS PLAN TO ATTEND
ANNUAL FRENCH SOCIETY PLAY
't'ickets Go on Sale to Students This
W4eek; Public Sale Starts
Next Monday

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Temple Theatre
ADMISSION Sc.
(except Friday and Saturday)
Tues., April 20
"The Toreador's Oath"
Wed., April 21
"The Champion,'' with Charley
Chaplin

ANN ARBOR, MICE.

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The Farmers & Mechanics Bank
101-1 03-10 South Main Street
Capital, $100,000
Surplus and Profits . . $75,000

The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock $300,000 Surplus $roo,ooo
Resources $3,000,00 0
A General Banking Business Transacted
Chas. L .Hiscock, Pres., Michael J. Fritz,
Cash'r, W. D. Harriman, Vice-Pres., Carl F.
Sraun, Asst. Cash'r, Wm. Waltz, Asst. Cash'r
Savings De ,t.
Liberty and Main Sts.
A Most Convenient Place for Your
Banking

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Individual
Custom Tailoring
That Is correct
in style and fit
The new fabrics for this
season are here in large
assortments.
CALL EARLY
F. Marquardt
Campus Tailor
516 E. William Street

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Cloth Shop,

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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.
OUR STYLES ARE EXCLUSIVE
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Scoring the Winning Run
is a matter of physical and mental superiority
-a condition of leg - sturdiness and speed,
brain-alertness and instant judgment, eye -
keenness and accuracy, an ability to take
cha nCes with a degree of certainty of final
achievement.
assists athletes in acquiring these qualifica-
tions, for it builds and develops brawn, brain,
bone and body.
The most nourishing form of whole wheat,
it is a food that strengthens the tissues of the
human body and fosters the development of a
good brain and sound body.

Nearly 75 members of the Detroit
committee of the Alliance Francaise
are expected to come to Ann Arbor the
night of April 29, to attend the an-
nual play of the Cercle Francais, "La
Poudre aux Yeux," at the Whitney
theater. The Detroit body has reserv-
ed a block of seats for the perform-
ance, and has hired a special car to
make the round trip between the two
cities.
First sale of student tickets for th
play probably will be held Thursday
and Friday of this week at Wahr's
book store, and admissions to the gen-
eral public will be sold during the
first two days of next week. Holders
of associate membership tickets may
exchange them with members of the
French faculty of the university this
week for coupons, which will entitle
them to 50 cent seats at the perform-
ance. The coupons will also be taken
as 50 cents on the purchase of a 75
cent or $1.00 ticket.
The larger play of the' French club,
and the short presentation of, "Il faut
qu'une Porte Soit Ouverte o Fermee,"
which is to be given by Ruth Crandall,
'15, and Rodney Parker, '16, will re-
quire three changes of scenery and
some special costuming. Both plays
have been under preparation for near
ly a month, under Director H. V. Wann,
of the Cercle Francais, and a special
conference upon the two plays is to be
held Friday, with Dean John R. Effin-
ger, of the literary department, in
charge. The play, "La Poudre aux
Yeux," has one of the largest 'casts
ever used in any play given by the
Cercle Francais, and is the first for
some years in which a member of the
French faculty has not played a cen-
tral role. A special orchestra is being
organized for the performance under
the direction of De Forest D. Walton,
Governor Places Dr.Peterson on Board
In a recent list of appointments is-
sued by Governor Ferris, the an-
nouncement is made of the choice of
Dr. Reuben Peterson, of the university
hospital, as a member of the state
board of registration of nurses.
VARSITY DROPS BUT
.ONE GAME ON TRIP
(Continued from page 1)
April 10
R H E
Kentucky State ..............2 7 3
Michigan...................8 11 1
Batteries: Kentucky-Server and
Reed; Michigan-Davidson and Ben-
ton.
April 13
R. H E
Marshall College ............3 3 5
Michigan...................6 11 4
Batteries: Marshall-Lawrence and
Cook; Miecigan-Nichols, McNamara
and flenton, Harshman.
April 14
R H E
Washington and Lee ........12 17 5
Michigan..................19 25 3
Batteries: W. & L.-Jennings, Gra-
ham and Sweetland; Michigan-Day- I
idson; Caswell, Nichols and Benton.
April 15

Orpheum Theatre
The House of Famous Plays by Famous
Players.
Apr. ig-2-Mon.-Tues. Blanche Sweet
in Warreus of Virginia. 5 parts.
Apr. 21-Wed. Margaret wycherly and
John1, Kellerd in The Fight.
Apr. 22-23-Thurs.-Fri. Marshall Neilan
in The country Boy. 4 parts
Apr. 24-Sat. Marguerite Clark in cru-
cible. 5 parts, rebooked.
Arcade Theatre
SHOWS:AFTERNOONS 4:00: EVE. 6:15; 7:45; 9:15
Tuesday-"The Only Way Out," 3-part
drama, with Rosetta Brice and John
Ince. "When Samuel Skidded," i-part
comedy. Also great Vanderbilt cup
Race. (r5 cents).
Wednesday-"M'liss," 5-part World fea-
ture, a Bret Harte story with Barbara
Tennant. Also great Vanderbilt Cup
Race, (i5 cents).
Thursday-"The Radium Thieves," 3-pt.
drama, with Leah Baird. *"When the
Tide Turned," 1-part drama. Also F-pt.
comedy.
Friday--"'The Lion of Venice," great 6-
part Kleipe feature. (iscents).
F I RST NATIONAL BANK
ANN ARDOR
Capital - - $100,000
Surplus and Profits $65.000
Directors
Wirt Cornwell, Geo. W. Patterson, H. J. Ab-
bott. S. W. Clarkson, E. D. Kinne, Harrison
Soule, Waldo M. Abbott, Dan B. Sutton, Fred
Schmid.

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Marie Dressier and Charles Chaplin,
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Tille'ISA Punctured Romance
A Big Scream it Six Acts
The Greatest Comedy ever Produced
ALL SEATS TEN CENTS

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Biggest and Best Photoplays

TODAY and TOMORROW

Ladies' Souvenir Matinee Tuesday
Matinee, 3:00 P. M. Nights, 7:30 and 9:60

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Old Faithful Inn, in the Yellow-
stone National Park Exhibit
of the Union Pacific, will be
Headquarters for College Men
at Panama-Pacific Exposition

It will be the only place on the
tion grounds where information

Exposi-
can be

April 16
R H E
Virginia .....................6 4 0
Michigan...................1 6 3
Batteries: Virginia-Gammon and
Ehrman; Michigan-McNamara and
Benton.
April. 17
"a R H E
Staunton ....................2 7 1
Michigan ....................6 6 1
Batteries: Staunton- Gibson and
Rosenberger; Michigan-Caswell and
Harshman, Benton.

secured concerning visiting college men.

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Thousands are planning
Are you?

to be present.

It is not an expensive - trip -it is just a
matter of planning. If you want 'de-
pendable information on costs and infor-
mation on how to visit Denver, Colorado
Springs and Salt Lake City en route
without additional railroad fare, write
for booklet-No. 135-it's free.

"All the Meat of the Golden Wheat"

Made only by
The Shredded Wheat Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y.

R H E
Washington and Lee ........2 6 51,
Michigan ...................14 10 0 Mandolin club rehearses a
Batteries: W. & L.-Hastings, Pier- o'clock tonight.
otti and Sweetland; Michigan-David- Soph engineer baseball prai
son, Soddy and Benton. Ferry field, 4:00 o'clock today.

t 7:00
,tice at

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W. S. Basinger, G. P. A., Union Pacific Railroad, Omaha, Nebraska 598t

Boxing:---It is not necessary for an
instructor to punish a pupil. See me
at Waterman Gymnasium this week.
Course $5.00. 0. S. Westerman, in-
structor.

!! Six rides for a dollar !
348 C. H .Brock 348
Taxi-Cab Livery

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Seneca and Scout Cameras
We have them from $2.00 up.

John McCormack is Coming
You will want to hear his famous records on the Victrola.
Our stock is most complete NOW. Come, in and
hear McCormack's most favorite records
before going to the May Festival

V ULC A N FILMS

MANN & WALKER 213 p ne 876

FOR SALE-Surgical instruments,
books, splints, etc. Address Mrs. H.
D. Hodge, 525 Biddle St. W., Jackson,
Michigan.
Don't forget the The Dansant at the
Allenel Hotel, Saturday afternoon from
4:00 to 5:30 P. M. Miss Chamberlin in
attendance. Fischer's orchestra.

University Ave. Pharmacy Martha
Washington Candy,. Cigars, Cigarettes
ana Tobacco. tU
"Fixem-for the Feet," the only prep-
aration known that is a positive cure
for sore, sweaty, odorous feet. Money
back if it fails. For sale at Sugden's
Drug Store and Calkins' Drug Store
en State St. Also at Mack Drug Co.
store, 117 So. Main.

Pen at Van Dor- Call 1812-M Cook Taxi Co.
Pickard street., tf__ ______

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GRINNELL BROS.

120-122 E. Liberty

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