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April 22, 1915 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1915-04-22

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY"

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(0 rExpeienc
has proved, we hope, that you can put
trust in us, believe io us, have confi-
in our 100 per cent. SATI SFACTION
vant you to feel that way; to put the
liberal constroiction on it; to test our
s by wear, and our guarhntee by any-
; you please.

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

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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?
Pastmai Kodaks and 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.

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Fre-e
$6,00PALM BEACH SUIT
FREE" With every made-to-measure
suit at $i8,oo or over or a
PANMAHAT OR
$8,0 PLM BEACH SUIT
,R EWith every made-to-measure
FRE Suit at $25.00 or over.
SIT CUT AND MADE
EVER YOUROWN M1EASURE
No one can give you better tailoring,
better fitting garments, or more up-to-
date styles.,
OUR SMALL EXPENSE enables us to
share our profits with our customers.
Order your suit of us and make -a real
saving.
W. W. MANN, Proprietor
118 E. HURON STREET
NEAR ALLEN EL HOf! EL

4-A
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are hundreds
ade Clothes

of University men wearing Mal-
with entire satisfaction. Whly

to Order

Dress Suits for Rent

Everything the Latest in
Hats for Spring Style is our
muotto.
Get Your :Spring Hat Today
ACTOR N AT STOB
F W. W. MANN Proprietor
118 E. HURON STREET
NEAR ALLEN EL HOTEL

J. K. M~ALCOLM11

4 E. Liberty

Malcolm Block

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

LYNDON

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will always b
found ]here.

Our :prices nd our Shoes

are RIGHT

mad WE FIT YOU RIGHT

Try uss we save you money.

119 E. Liberty St.

Rubber soled shoes ire-soled as they should be

OF APRiL 19Jth SIGGod aJ1 o
RADY Presents -' j ,ar c o
ite Feather" 140LOSS BYFIRE

n Theatre
ous Plays by Ptmuous
layers.

ri. tiashall. Sedlan
y. ; parts

ArcdeTheatre
SHOWS: AFTERNOONS 4:00: EYE. 6:15; 7:45;' 9:15
dramua, with 1,l1Z=naird. 'When the
Tide Turnedl" 1-prt dramia. Also I-pt.:
comedy.
-Fridlay- "ilIe Linn of Vnc, great 6-
part f"irine fe-ature. (i,5 e-nts),
Saturday-" The FVir-t Comuindslue it,"'
3-part ])lama, with T'om M\oore and
Mlarguecrite Courtot, "A.ft the Naud of a
Perfect hay," a part drama., Also i-part

Glee clubi rehearsal will be held at
7:00 o'clock Friday night in Adephi
room,' University hal.
Varsity ban d men get spring uni-
lorns in upper chorus room of Hill
auditorium, 3':00 o'cloc k to 5:00
o'clock today.
Candidates for fresh it orchestra re-
port at 7:00 o'clock tonight in Adephi
rooms for rehearsal Wood-wind hi-
struments and drums needed.
11(obaad; Gild G ives 1) rove Tolmuorow
Dantcing will feature the April, re-
ceptionu01f the Hobart Guild of the
Episcopal church to be held tomorrow
eight in Harris hal. All members
of the guild who have not received
their 'invitations may secure them by
applying to tihe curator of Harris hal
at any time before Friday afternoon.
01711I1NE PLA,:N FORl FI{SLMEN
'1'I+N IS '(ihIRN L LAST \1['
(Continued from page 1)
(1;) 8-J) ; Ballinger' (1228) vs. Ki-
berly (1672) ; Stocking (543-) vs.
Wakefield (1449-M\); Hearth (1762-M)
vs.. Taylor (1184) ; Iobinson (566) vs.
Lyman (31,6) ; Henkel (1601-J) vs.
Doty (1460) ; Steketee (133-M) vs.
Minchian (1573-J); Coit (5280) vs. U-
derwood (122-W); Shartel'(1330-M)
vs. Frank (2417) ; lelter (2417) vs. =Mc-
Donald (937); Atlas (1104) vs. Wey-
meyer (1161); Blum (1634) vs. Arons
(1692); Reindel (2114-J) vs. McDavid
(1257-J); Myers (1230-M) vs. God-
ridge (243-J) ; Pratt (319) vs. Fisher
(319) ; Burton (710-W) vs. Orr (1439-
J) Weidenborner (1114-H) vs. Froenke
(188); Everts (566) vs. Sherwood
(236); Epstean (2485-J) vs. Palma
(566) ;Harsha (2488-M) vs. Rosenbuth
(993-J) ; Waldron (236) vs. Stephens
(463-J) ; rier (1711-) vs. Paterson
(Z,144-); Horkheimer (634-HR) vs. Mos-
es (1394-M); Guettel (1813-1x) vs.
Britton (1542-1) ; Hogan (1634) vs.
Lilley (2034-R); Rosenheimer (851-J)
vs. Doherty (1439-j); Hiet (735-J) vs.
Wilson (63); Shearer (63) vs. 'Adams
(236).
Low enou~ljh in front
to be comfor-table.
11igqh enoug h in back
to be correct in SV~ye.
~JI RED-MAN
COLLAR
EARL & WILSON
MAK(ERS OF TROY'S BEST PRODUCT.

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The Students' Favorite
Bos tonian Oxfords
Black or Tan
'Leather or Rubber Soles
$4.50 $5.00- $5.50
Remember, we, guarantee all rubber soles
Campus B ootery
308 S. State Street
Ann Arbor A gents for RoyaI1~ailor o International

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rebooked.

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Choice of many Routers
going and returning
All your questions gladly answered.
Call on or address
Ticket Agent
MICHIGAN CENTRAL R. Ro
~be iew 1E'orl chooI
of PIbitanthropV
ANNOUNCES
FOUR COLLEGIATE FELLOWSHIPS
$600 EACH
FOR TRAINING IN SOCIAL WORK
To recent graduates of colleges in recognized standing
Classes of 1915, 1914, 1913.
These fellowships will be awarded to
the two women and the two men, from
among the eligible candidates, who
write the best paper in the entrance ex-
amination Saturday, May 15, and present'
in other ways evidence of general ability
and aptitude for social work.
Application shonld be filed by MAY 1
Address all inquires to:
EDWARD T. DEVINE, Director
105 E. 22d St. New York, City
University Ave. Ph~armacy Drugs
and toilet articles. Phone 416, tf
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.
Phone 2255.
STARKS TAXICAB LINE
F. B. Stark, Prop.
Touring cars by the hour, sight see-
ing, limousines, baggage, etc.
Taxi rates, 25 cents
209 Whest Huron Street
Open day and night.
Will sell Remington Typewriter No.
10 for less than .half. One year old, in
good condition. Phone 1576-J.
LOST--Saturday evening on S. Univ.
car or down town, gold locket and
chain. InitialsE. A. N. Please re-
turn to 721 Monroe. Phone 948-W.

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

For The Evening
"H4AMLET"

HTNEIY T HEA TRE
W Saturday Mat. & Night, April 24
William A. Brady announces the engagement of
ROBERT B. MANTELL
"Acknowledged 'Leader of the American Stage"-N. Y. Tribune
At The Matinee
"THE MERCHANT OFVNIE

ill frIidfresh-rolld 'gitC-
ean expience a t c::
your Own " -amnd yu tbC) )J is "P 0 E 1"

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IS THE "TITLE OF THE BIGGEST AMERICAN
PLAY OF A DECADE-IT IS, COMING HERE
WITH ITS GRIPPING STORY, ITS 1,000 LAUGHS,
ITS LOVE STORY AND ITS THRILLS
Whitney Next Monday Night

LLSMOKINT CC
mnillions of expelcriesmkrtee 3ioch-
fragrance comprable toithe -o idfl.'Y n:u'
-sweet flavor of "ul nhn-n tc 1>r i'
1tasty and siatisfying as As f r F'it
hey roll fonrLthemselve ak ef"~"
s goldenil- brown1-,bigW ea1-
t-Nrth .Ca :roi na Itobac c o. --

IT WILL PAY YOU TO INVESTIGATE THE PRICES

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.
FOR SALE-Three dozen used golf
balls. Inquire at desk at Mich. Union.

"Fixem-for the Feet," the only prep-
aration known that is a poitive cure
for sore, sweaty,: odorous feet.. Money
back if it fails. 'For sale at Sugden's
Drug Store and Calkins' Drug Store
on State St. Also at Mack Drug Co.
store, 117 So. Main.

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oday--you ileprec
inctive i formoft)r ec
nent.
pa E An I"strtedBoolet
showing orc
E way t o "ollY 0u r 17
igarettes, and a package ,
rette papers, will both
led, free, to any address , 4
ion request. Addreso
Durham, Durham, N. C..

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FOR Tennis Racquets, Tennis Balls, Base Balls, Finger Mits,
and Kodak SupplIies
TRY US-WE, ARE THE ONLY
Students ' Supply. Store-

I1 111 S. Univ. Ave.

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