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THE MICHiGAN i AILY

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Spring Showing of
STEIN BLOCH SUITS

READY AT YOUR SERVICE

IMPERIAL HATS

Co rect Spring Attire for Men

and all the new shapes and colors in
CAPS

Suits $15 to $30
Balmacaans $12 to $25
Topcoats . $8 to $20
Raincoats . $8 to $18

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DIETERLE AND RUNDELL
TAILORS
NINTY- OUR WEST FORT STRUJT
DETROIT, MICH.
VORkRI.Y WM. X. DI TURL
SPRING ORDERS TAKEN NOW

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ON THE WAY TO THE BANK
DON'T FORGET

DEANS FRE S H
ROASTED
PNUA FULL
PEANUTS 1JoePOUND

THEY SATISFY THAT
EMPTY FEELING

124 S. MAIN ST.

A Town ot Better

No. 205-The Ifurnessia
Three-button, single-.breast-
Notch collarwith edium
Tonsg sapel.

Dressers-
WE have made a pretty
careful study of the men
who pass our store and we be-
lieve there is a decided inclination
toward better dressing since we
first offered our superb new tailoring
service to the men in town.
The fabrics'look better, too.
There can be only one verdict
when the fabric of a Tailored-to-
Measure Suit is Examined--"a fine
woolen."

Seats for the performance of "Trojan
Women" are now on sale at the theater
at prices ranging from25 cents to 1.
At the latter price box seats may be ob-
tained, provided the box is entirely tak-
en by a group. Tickets for "The Tro-
jan Women," selling for 50 cents, that
is, those behind the fourth row in the
balcony, will be on sale in the corridor
of the library from 9:00 to 5:00 o'clock
today.
Descriptive literature sent to repre-
sentatives of the Drama League, the
Women's League, and Masques, under
the auspices of which organizations the
performance is to be given describes the
Party not "as an archaic curiosity,
though it was first enacted in 415 B. C.
at Athens during the Peloponnesian
War, but as a direct message and ap-
peal against war's futility and evil."
* * *
About 15 more university women are
needed by Miss Evans to participate in
the dancing entertainment to be given
after the annual women's Field Day
celebration late in May. Women who
wish to take part are asked to report to
Miss Evans at once.
Owing to the cancelling of the con-
cert which was to be given by the com-
bined Men's and Girls' Glee clubs Fri-
day, April 23, there will be no daily re-
hearsals of the Girls' Glee club this
week, as was previously announced.
The next meeting will be at 5:00
o'clock Monday, April 26.
Stylus meets at 7:30 o'clock this ev-
ening at the home of Helen Blair, '16,
221 South Fifth avenue.
* * *
University women who wish employ-
ment in Ann Arbor for the remainder
of this year or the summer vacation
are asked to communicate with Dean
Jordan at once.
in response to misunderstandings
with regard to the new halls of resi-
dence for university women evinced in
the applications received by Dean Jor-
dan to date, she wishes to emphasize
the following points:
The Newberry hall of residence has
been formallyturned over to the uni-
versity by the trustees of the Students'
Christian association, and is fully con-
trolled by the board of governors ap-
pointed for it by the university authori-
ties.
The $5.00 deposit required for res-
idence in either of the halls is due only
on notice of acceptance of the applica-
tion.
The administration of both the Mar-
tha Cook and Newberry halls will be
identical, with the exception of the dif-
ference in details necessitated by the
size of the two, and the fact that towels
will be supplied residents in the Cook
hall.
The Newberry hall faces on State
and not on Maynard street. The remov-
al of the old athletic association office,
which i now in process, will give a
large lawn space in front of the build-
ing. The Maynard street entrance is
to be purely a service entrance.
Between 30 and 40 applications for
residence in the halls have been receiv-
ed by Dean Jordan from prospective
freshmen and a large number from up-
perclassmen.
Omega Phi will meet at 4:15 o'clock
today at the home of Miss Clara Belle
Dunn, 709 S. Twelfth street. Mr. Mar-
tin Feinstein, of the rhetoric depart-

went, will speak.

0. F. HOPPE
Photographer
Of Portraits and Commer-
cial Work
Our Motto: "PROMPTNESS"
Our patrons' interest carefully
considered.
Our best reference is those who
have dealt with us,
Our success indicates our ability
to please.
If you have failed to get satis-
faction elsewhere give us a trial.
We will please you

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The Big Store

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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

Fine Spring Haberdashery
Headquarters for Manhattan Shirts, $1.50 to $4.00
Perrin's Spring Gloves. Beautiful Spring Neckwear
The World's Best Underwear
Hosiery and other Quality Fixings

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Orpheum Theatre
The House of Famous Plays by Famous
Players.
Apr. 92 o-Mon.-Tues. Blanche Sweet
in Warrens of Virginia. 5 parts.
Apr. 21--Wed. Margaret Wycherly and
John E. 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: EYE. 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. (15 cents).
Wednesday-M'liss," 5-part world fea-
ture, a Bret Harte story with Barbara
Tennant. Also great vanderbilt C"p
Race, (15 cents).
Thursday-"The Radium Thieves," 3-pt.
draina, with Leah Baird. ' When the
Tide Turned," z.part drama. Also i-pt.
comnedy.
Friday-"The Lion of Venice," great 6-
part Kleine feature. (15 cents).

200-202
South Main St.

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SPECIAL ORDERS
IN
Rings, Pins and Jewelry
- FOR -
UNIVERSITY ORGANIZATIONS
FINE ENAMELLING, DIE WORK. and STONE SETTING
HALLER JEWELRY CO.,
STATE STRE 'T JEWELERS
Saturday Mat. & Night, April 24

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CANDY SPECIALTIES
Every day in the week.
T H E SUG A R BOWL
104 S. Main St.

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William A. Brady announces the engagement of
B ANT ELL
"Acknowledged Leader of the American Stage"-N. Y. Tribune
At The Matinee
"THE MERHANT OF VNICE"'

A FEW MORE

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, For The Evening
"H A LET"9

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A few more
could feel the
satisfaction of
a Tailored-to-
Measure Suit

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Please don't get tired of our
harping on the f a c t that
Tailor - Made - Clothes make
the man.
LET US SHOW YOU
We have a wonderful record of
continuous leadership in design-
ing and making hand tailored-to-
measure clothes.
Yes, let us show you the splendid all-
wool fabrics we have here now. Come
In. Your meaeure is taken today-eight
days later you have your suit or over-
coat made to fit you. It must fit to please
you. We guarantee that.

men in this town
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Men's Spring Hats
EVERYTHING
THE LATEST
In Hats for Spring
STYLE
Is Our Motto
C.et Your Hat Today
FACTO1 Y HAT STORE
118M. HUtivW,.A PStI.
nrAllevel Hotel W,W. MANN.Prop

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PRICES, EVE. 50c, 75c. $1.00 and $1.50 MATINEE BEST SEATS $1;00
SEAT SALE THURSDAY - MAIL ORDERS NOW

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Members of the freshman
committee meet at Newberryl
noon today for luncheon.

spread
ball at

"If A Girl Has Sense She Can Always Take Care
Of Herself"-A Cruel Fallacy.
"They See Yog, They Want You, They Take You,
They Drop You"-- A Giant Truth, The Most
Conceise Epitome of A Girl's Danger Ever Penned.
IN LAIT eA R.AFTERY'8 PRE$ENTATION OF

Senior engineer baseball practice at
4:00 o'clock today. All candidates are
asked to report.
Glee club rehearsal at 7:00 d'clock
Friday in the Adelphi room, Univer-
sity hall.
Rehearsal of the cast of "La Poudre
aux Yeux," Cercle Francais play, at
7:00 o'clock tonight in Sarah Caswell
Angell hall.
Band rehearsal at 7:00 o'clock to-
night in University Hall.

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WANED

WIl K THE CHICAGO RECORD HOLDING COMPANY
AFTER 39 WEEK'S AT THE CORT 7 rIONTHS IN N. Y.
1000 LAUGHS-1000 THRILLS--1000 EPIGRAMS
W H IT MNEY"ONDAY 2
PILICESP 2Lc TO $1.5
500 SEATS AT $1.00 300 SEATS AT 75c.
SEATS ON SALE FRIDAY -. MAIL ORDERS NOW

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Style No. 200-The Redwood
Two-button, Single-breasted.
Straight frontSack, with uffs on
sleeves. Longwide lapel, patch
pockets to button.

604 E. LIBERTY ST. DRESS SUITS
MALCOLM BLOCK FOR RENT

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SHIRTS TO ORDER
82.00 UP

Confectionary,cigars and soft drinks
and canoes for the Lakeland and Ypsi-
lanti trips. Y. G. Tessmer.

We have an colors for canoes and
spar varnishes for canoe repairs. P. G.
Tessmer.
Buy shoes and satisfaction at the
same time from Gross & Dietzel, 119 E.
Washington St.

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

AMATEUR FINISHING
CAMPUS VIEWS
PORTRAITS

D AINES & NICK ELS

Univ

Ave. Pharmacy Martba
Jandy. Cigars, Cigarettes
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The o.ly studio on the Campus
334=336 S. State PSt. F
Official Photographers For The MICIIIOANENSIAN.

Phone 130-J

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1204-122 E. Liberty

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