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April 21, 1915 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Only 2 More Months
to learn how to Kodak before
School closes

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We Do Repairing
AND
Altering

Styles

now Ready
and Boots

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FOR WOMEN

No student can afford to miss the one golden oppor-
tunity to learn how to take pictures while in school.
You will need it when you get out into the world
-others do-why not you?
Eastman Kodaks ands Photo Supplies
are the world's best
A complete and up-to-the-minute stock always at
your command. Let us help you get results.

1530-J

1112 S. Univ. Ave

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Military Pumps
and Oxfords
Gun Metal and Patent
The Latest

Boot Shop 115 S M.au

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"At the Sign of the Kodak"
719 N. University

LYNDON

Biggest and Best Photoplays

THE PLACE TO GO
WHEN DOWN TOWN

Cooling Drinks
of ail kinds
Cream delivered to any part of the city
116 S. Main St.
Phone 166

now"

Now

E STIVAL
M a.y 10, 1.0, 21, 22 -
ARTISTS
o MeCORMACK, Tenor
ano MURPHY, Tenor
'ano HARRISON, Baritone
) WHITEH ILL, Baritone -
Ito BAUER, Pianist
® RENWICK, Organist
Children's Chorus Boys' Chorus
ago Symphony Orchestra

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Stock, Conductors

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WILL GiVE CERCIE
SHOW ON APRIL 29
I)irector Wann Predicts Finished
Production at First
Performance
HAVE THREE SCENERY CHANGES
When the curtain goes up on the
initial performance of the annual play
of the Cercle Francais, "La Poudre aux
Yeux," at 8:15 o'clock Thursday night
April 29, at the Whitney theater, thea-
tergoers will have an opportunity of
witnessing a finished performance
.given entirely by students. It will be
the first time in several years that no
role has been portrayed by a member
of the faculty, but as exceptional pro-
gress has been made by the members
of the cast, a remarkable presentation
is expected by Director H. V. Wann,
%io has charge of the play, and others
who have taken interest in the re-
hearsals.
Lucie Buehler, grad., who has the
advantage of having studied in France
several years, is reported as being re-
markably proficient in her portrayal
of Madame Malingear, the wife of the
dilettante doctor. The latter part is
in the hands of Lloyd Curby, 17L, who,
with Manuel Delvalle, 16E, as M. Ratin-
ois, carries one of the two leading
men's roles.
Arrangements have been made by
75 memabers of the Alliance Francaise
of Detroit to view the performance. A
special car has been engaged and a
special block of tickets has been re-
served for the visitors. Pres. H. Kirke
White, of the Detroit organization, has
charge of the trip, and tickets can be
procured from him in Detroit.
Three complete changes of scenery
are necessary in the course of the pro-
duction, which surpasses the number
of settings used in any production
given before under the auspices of the
Cercle.
Ruth Crandall, '15, and Rodney Par-
ker, '16, will present the short skit,
"I, Faut qu'une Porte Soit Ouverte ou
Fermee." before the other attraction.
The play is said to be amusing and the
work which has been given to perfect-
ing the parts is sufficient to show that
a polished presentation may be ex-
pected.
Associate members of the Cercle
may exchange their tickets tomorrow
and Friday by taking them to their
French classes, for coupons good for
50 cents toward the purchase of a

GARREICK
DETROIT
WEEK OF APRIL 19th
WM. A. BRADY Presents
"The White Feather"
MATINEIES WED. ft SAT.
F. L. HALL, 614 E. William
Phone 2225
iDRESSINGTndGoods Called For
NO LOSS BY FIRE
ticket. Prices range from $1.00 to
50 cents. The pasteboards will be
placed on sale at Wahr's bookstore for
the benefit of the student body from
8:00 o'clock to 10:00 o'clock .and from
2:00 o'clock to 5:00 o'clock tomorrow
and Friday. The general public can
procure them at the same hours Mon-
day, April 26. The cast follows:
M. Malingear, medecin..........
o.......Llyd Curby, 17L
M. Ratinois, ancien confiseur......
.............Manuelo Delvalle, '16E
Frederic, advocat, fils de Ratinois..
... Harold B. Corwin, '17L
Oncle Robert, marchand de bois....
............Walter Atlas, '18
Un maitre d'hotel. .Douglas Menut, '18
Un Tapissier.....Jacob Braude, '18
Mme. Malingear.. Lucie Buchler, Grad.
Mme. Ratinois........ Alice Taylor, '15
Emmeline, fille de Malingear ....... .
......... Adele Crandall, '17
Josephine, femme de chambre de
Ratinois.... Beatrice Lambrecht, '16
Alexandrine, femme de chambre de
Malingear......... Vena Marsh, '17
Sophi, cuisiniere de Malingear.
......Dora von Walthausen, '15
Un chasseur, en livree........ .
.... ..,.Donald McIntyre, '17
Un petit negre.................
.............Chester Fordney, '15E
Nurses to Gather in Ann Arbor Soon
Ann Arbor will be the scene of the
eleventh annual meeting of the Michi-
gan State Nurses' association and the
second annual meeting of the Michigan
State League of NursingtEducation,
May 4, & and 6.- President Harry B.1
Hutchins and Dr. Reuben Peterson are
among the list of speakers at the con-
vention.
FOUND-Fountain pen on Washtenaw
Ave. near Hill. Phone Grant, 1016.
Shoes repaired while you rest. 0. G.
Andres, 222 S. State St. eod Tu
We have six new Morris canoes for
sale. U. of M. Boat Livery. Phone
65b.

Matinee, 3:00 P. M.

W IHITNE TH EATR
Just One Merry Night2PI LE
Wednesdaty, J

The Academic Producing Co., Presents
AMERICA'S PREMIERE COMEDIENNE

TO DA Y

Marie Dressier and Charles Chaplin
IN
Tlle's Punctured Romance
A Big Scream In Six Acts
The Greatest Comedy ever Produced
ALL SEATS TEN CENTS

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Nights, 7:30 and 9:00

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ANDIES
acli Week

MAY

R OBSON

t) Corsage Boquets
ace ire the U. S. A.

Corner State and Packard

in her greatest laughing triumph
A Comedy by Julie M. Bidmann adapted from her famous
"Martha" Stories

QUALITY

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POPULAR BOOK
DELIGHTFUL COMEDY
CAST OF EXCELLENCE
BEAUTIFUL PRODUCTION

MISS ROBSO
and AT HER BEST

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605 E. William

Because we give

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vice.

Large Variety

Cheaper Meals,

PRICES: 50c. to $1.50
MAIL ORDERS NOW

SEATS ON SALE MONDAY
Ladies admitted to gallery first

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ire-Proof Vault
n during spring
lelled fire-groof
nor of the southj

The Convenient Place
many rare books and treasures finding
their way to Ann Arbor.
All last week library officials were
busy removing the valuable books to

IBice-Ernest Co.I

e university is the vault. In addition to the collection
the best facil- previously marked "reserved," there

Electrical Supplies and NOvelties
OF ALL KINDS
We do al linds ofwiring and repair work
at right prices. Call and see our student
lamps, shades, etc.

g rare books of
country. Libra-
when questioned.
the remodelling
robably result in

are now kept in the fire-proof vault
the Murphy collection and also speci-
mens of the products of the various
famous presses in both this country:
and in Europe.

Call 1812-M Cook Taxi Co.

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335 S. Main St.

Phone 2135-M

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So~ithe~.st corner

ormerly Hoag's Store

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