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M FN who select their attire with punctilious care, with
iV.an eye for exclusiveness- and individuality as well
as quality, are invited to inspect our showing of all.that
is new in Stein-lloch Smart Clothes, Hats and Haber-
dashery for warm weather-a comprehensive assortment
to meet every need for town or city wear, for sport,
vacation, travel or every day. The little subtleties of style
presented in our apparel will be valued by those wo avoid
CAMPUS COATS, all colors - $8,50
STRAW HATS, - - - $1.00 to $4.00
PANAMAS, - - - $5.00 .to $10,00
LIGHT SERBE TROUSERS, - - $4.00 to $6.00
Shirts, Neckwear, Hosiery and Underwear
in a very large variety of approved styles
Try One Suit
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READY AT YOUR SERVICE
See Our Window Display, This Week
Correct Spring Attire for M
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$15 to $30
$12 to $25
$8 to $20
$8 to $18
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BOAT CLUB BOOSTS
Grand Rapids and Detroit Organiza-
tions Train for Championship
AFTERNOON PROGRA3I ARRANGED
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01 Portraits and Commer-
Fine Spring Haberdashery
Headquarters bor Manhattan Shirts, $1.50 to $4
Perrin's Spring Gloves. Beautiful Spring Neckwear
The World's Best Underwear
Hosiery and other Quality Fixings
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We measure your eyes with=
out "Drops," Design, Fit and
hake your glasses, all at one cost, with-
out the inconvenience, delay, or annoy-
ance of the old method of having eyes.
tested with drops, and sending away for
glasses. Everything right-and it saves time and
Emil H. Arnold
With Arnold & Co., Jewelers
Championskip shell 'racing be-
tween the Grand Rapids Boat club an,
the Detroit Boat club has been defi-
nitely promised as one of the major
events for the annual springregatta,
which will be staged on Barton pond,
May 29, undeir direction of the local
aquatic organization. Under Harold
Smith, '16E, who' is in general charge
of the festivities, student committee-
men have completed the afternoon
program and most of the evening ar-
rangements, besides boosting other
preparations into an advanced stage.
Grand Rapids officials have written
that a large sum of money has been
authorized for sending a crew of eight
oarsmen, two of =whom are ranked
with the best In the country. Grover
Farnsworth, icoxwain of the Detroit
eight, and others in the Michigan me-
tropolis have sent word of active prep-
arations at their end of the line. Be-
sides the one mile, which will be a
straightatway race between octettes,
both aggregations are eager for a
two-oared shell race.
Next in importance will probably
rank the water marathon which will
start at Lakeland at about noon and
finish before the judges' stands on
Barton pond, at about 5:00 o'clock in
the afternoon of the regatta. Kenneth
Vance, '16, who is in charge of that
event, is "eager for entries to be made
on tr lists held tth0e nion conter .
Physical exams must be taken before
entering in the endurance race, ither
at the health service or the gymnasi-
um. Any mae student in the uni-
versity is eigible to enter other
events, and as many as he desires, al-
though. contestants not members of
the Boat club will be expected to pay
25 cents for each event they enter.
Aspirants for the marathon trophy
have been requested to study thd.
map pasted on the Union bulletin
boards, and to go over the course at
Among other of the afternoon events
are the following: 500-yard single ca-
noe race, open event; 200-yard swim-
ming race; 50 yard double canoe
race; diving-running header for
form; four-oared shell race, open
event; swimming tug-of-war; 1,000-
yard canoe race, in. fours, open event;
tub race and possibly some other fea-
ture; 50-yard swimming dash; resus-
eitation exhibition by some authority
on the subject; 500yard double ca-
noe race, open event; swimming un-
der water from running header dive;
tilting contest; fancy diving; 500-yard
single canoe race; two-oared shell
race between Grand Rapids and De-
troit clubs; single shell race, open.
E. W. Bisbee, '16, is in charge of
the programs which will consist of
16 pages put up in souvenir form sim-
ilar to these used at the big football
struggles last fall. Stanley P. Smith,
'17, McDonald Reed, '16E, R. M. Mc-
Kean, '16, and Hugo A.. Braun, '16,
are assisting Bisbee on the program
work which is now more than half
completed. Although the evening
events are not so definite as those in
the afternoon, the program commit-
tee has unofficially stated that the
list will include the parade of soci-
eties, numbers by several musical or-
ganizations and brilliant festivities
among the groves which are to be
Our Motto: "PROMPTNESS"
Our patrons' interest carefully
Our best reference is those who
have dealt with us.
Our success indicates our ability
If you have failed to get satis-
faction elsewhere give us a trial.
We will please you
(except Friday and Saturday)
Monday, May 3- "Following a clue,
with Ruth Roland.
Wednesday, May 5-"Aurora Floyd,"
with Louise vale.
Friday, May 7-"The Still, Small:voice
Broadway star feature, with Helen Gard-
The Big Store
FINE RE PAIRING OF' JEWELRY
The House of Famous Plays by Famous
Monday, May 3-Wallace Eddinger in
"Gentlemen of Leisure," in five parts.
Tuesday, May 4- Hall Caine's "The
Christian," all-star cast, 8-part. Matin-
ees 2 and 4, 15e. Evening,6:45, 8:45,14.45.
Wednesday, May 5-Anthony Novelli in
"Savage and Tiger," 6 part, by George
Thurs -Fri., May 6-7-Kathleen Emerson
in "Rule G." 5-part. Paramount.
HALLER JEWELRY Co.
STATE STREET JEWELERS
Look at our Show Windows fore
Every day in the week.
T HE SUGAR BOW L
104 S. Main St.
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Now is. the-opportune time
to be measured for
SHOWS:AFTERNOONS 4:00: EYE. 6:15; 7:45; 9:15
.Monday, May 3-Mary Fuller in "Thie
Master Mummer," 3-part feature drama.
Ham comedy and a 1-part farce comedy.
Tuesday, May 4-"The White Mask,"
with Lillie Leslie, 3-part feature. "The
Call of Her Child," 1-part drama. .Also
Wednesday, May 5-Robert Warwick in
a 5-part Bradyafeature, "The Man Who
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711 N. VNIVERSITY
Plans for getting the facts on the
revision of the constitution of the
Women's League before university
women as a whole and for informing
them concerning the procedure.neces-
sary to make such revision valid, will
be discussed at a special meeting of
the League board to be held Saturday,
The plans necessitate re-incorpora-
tion of the organization, and it is nec-
essary. that a majority of the active
members vote for such a step at the
annual general meeting of the League,
which will be held late this month.
The new plans, as outlined previously
in this column, must then be adopted
as they stand at that meeting. Details,
therefore, will all be worked out at
Judith Ginsburg, '15, chairman of
the committee on revision, has con-
sulted legal and parliamentary author-
ities, past presidents of the League
and members of the university staff,
with regard to the plans which are
heartily endorsed by all the advisors.
This re-organization will determine
the administration of the League for
the next 25 years.
Dr. Mabel Ullrichs gives the first
of her lectures, "The Family," at New-
berry hall at 4:00 o'clock tomorrow
their owners to yearly reports from the
League officers and admission to voca-
tional conferences and other League
activities, are now being considered
as a possibility to be presented to this
year's graduates by the League ad-
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Bills payable. by the Junior Play
committee must.be presented to Bertha
Pulford, '16, at once.
* * *
Three meetings of the convention of
the Michigan State Nurses' associa-
tion and the Michigan State League of
Nursing 'Education, which opens in'
Ann Arbor, Tuesday, May 4, are open
to the general public. There is the
openin.g meeting at 2:00 o'clock in
Barbaur gymnasium, at 'which Presi-
dent, Harry B. Hutchins will give an
ad.dress of welcome aaid at which Miss
ifa M. Barrett, of Grand Rapids, will
speak; a twilight recital at 4:15
o'clock in Hill auditorium, given un-
der the auspices of the school of
music; and a meeting at 8:A0 o'clock
in Sarah Caswell Angell hall, at which
Dr. A. XVL Barrett, of the Uiversity
hospital, -will speak on, "Causeis of In-
sanity," and Miss Edna Foley,, of the
Chicago Visiting Nurses' association,
on, "Public Health Nursing."
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Thes first rehearsal of the- Senior
Play, "The Arrow-Maker," will be held
at 7 00 o'clock tomorrow eve liing in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall. It IS im-
portant that every participant be ,pres-
lighted by several thousand Japanese
Allan Ricketts, '15E, a former offi-
cer of the club, has made careful study
of the problem of porting boats over
the Barton dam, and after consulta-
tion with authorities in the engineer-
ing college, he has begun plans for a
roller incline. He has also stated that
by the time of the regatta, two landing
rafts will be stationed near the shor-
Due to alterations made by the el-
igibilities committee, the regatta com-
mittees have been revised to the fol-
lowing form: R. C. Jeter, '16E, will
head the arrangements committee, as-
sisted by C. E. Stryker, '16E, E. B.
Palmer, '17, and T. S. Cox, '17; amuse-
ments committee, T. D. Weaver, '16E,
chairman, T. B. Ogletborpe, '17, and
Staatz M. Abrams, '17E; judges and
prizes, Sidney T. Steen, '16E, chair-
man, G. A. Howland, '17, and J. W.
Thomas, '16; shell races, Louis Ar-
entz, '17, 'chairman, H. G. Muzzy, '17,
and C. A. Breitung, '17E; swimming,
W. Lee Watson, '17E, chairman, E. A.
Bartelme, '17E, and Edmund Marth,
'17E; finance, H. H. Phillips, '16E,
chairman, and Robert McCree, '17E;
publicity, Verne E. Burnett, '17, chair-
man, Lee Joslyn, '17, and E. Rodgers
New croquet sets at Hoag's.
RECEIPTS OF MINSTREL SHOW
EXPECTED TO AGGREGATE $500
Returns from the Boat club min-
strel affair being compiled by Staatz
Abrams, '17E, and his assistants, show
that approximately 2,000 attended the
affair in the big auditorium last'night,
and that a total of about $500 will be
turned in. Deducting expenses in-
curred in preparations for the per-
formance, it is estimated that between
$300 and $400 was netted -for the
Men's Spring Ha
In Hats for Spring
Is Our Motto
Cet Your Hat Today
FACTORY HAT STOII
118 M. E H oMA NSt.
nrAllenel Hotel W.W. MANN.Pr,
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The money gained in the venture' T =ANA' PAR TI
will be used to a great extent to fin- TO )iVi(.E PARTIES V1
ance the spring regatta and in erect-
ing a temporary boat house to shel- Men prominent in campus
ter a number of shells, gigs and barg- will hardle the membershi
es promised by the Detroit Boat club. which will be presented at th
Cheap rates have been secured on gan Union on the last Satu
lumber, a site has been pledged by fore the closing of college woi
the Eastern Michigan Edison Com- sity track representatives w:
pany and Intramural Director Rowe charge of a membership par'
has drawn up plans whereby the entire will be held within two o
building can be constructed by stu- weeks.
dent hands. Those to whom the min- Committeemen for the final
strel show management has given es- the season have been named
pecial credit for raising money by lows: K. S. Baxter, '15E, e
ticket selling during the past few H. Beach Carpenter, '14-'17
days include: Kemp S. Burge, '17, J. Dickinson, '13--'15, nid P. D.
W. Neumann, '17E, R. W. Collins, '14-'17L.
'17E, and E. E. Pardee, '17.
- - Until Commencement Foster
WANTED:-Three students or teach- of art will feature a bargain
ers to spend the summer in North- of changing bargains and g
ern Michigan, working among ues.
schools, libraries and literary clubs.
Guaranteed salary. Call McKenzie :DANCING classes and private
between 8:30 and 11:00 a. m. at at the Packard Academy.
n. All university women are Vraftsmen and Masons Will Told P :a e
ce in the spring sports wil1 Craftsmen society members and
e ndtesringspors wll members of the Ann Arbor Mast ei,
tended after this hor, all lodges will hold a joint dance at the
taking this work srequired Armory on Wednesday evening, Ma, r 5.
nd the lecture instead. 1 from 9:00 to 12:00 o'clock. This R till
probably be the last of their montl dl
emberships in the Women's parties, and in view of the large c 4-
which are to be obtained at tendance heretofore, a large crowd' is
ich, and which would entitle expected to be cut.
They are Betting Even at Lloyd's
that the war will end by Sept. ist. We'll bet
;you even that if you take a little fifteen dollar
Victrola with you the next time you go canoe-
ing, you'll show your girl the best time yet.
Come down and look them over;
it won'tcost you a cent.
120-122 E. Liberty