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THlE MICHJGAN lAILY
M EN who select their attire with punctilious care, with
an eye for exclusiveness and individuality as well
as quality, are invited to inspect our showing of all that
is new in Stein-Bloch 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 SERGE TROUSERS, - - $4.00 to $6.00
Shirts, Neckwear, Hosiery and Underwear
in a very large variety of approved styles
Reule, Conlin,- Fiegel Co.
READY AT YOUR SERVICE
Correct Spring Attire for Men
$15 to $30
$12 to $25
$8 to $20
$8 to $18
Fine Spring Haberdashery
[indenschmitt, Apfel & Co.
DIE TERL i AND RUNDEL L
NINTY-FOUR WEST FORT STREET
FORMERILY WM. I. DIETERLE,
SPRING ORDERS TAKEN NOW
ON THE WAY TO THE BANK
PEANUTS lOc PUNL
THEY SATISFY THAT
EMPTY FEELING t
124 S. MAIN ST.
MenWho Roll TheirOwn Cigarettes
know the importance of using the best "papers" ob-
tainable. They know that Riz La Croix cigarette
papers are the best that money can buy -famous
the world over for superior quality that never fails
to give the greatest satisfaction.
FAMOUS CIGARETTE PAPERS
Your favorite tobacco is easily rolled into round, firm
cigarettes with Riz La Croix papers. Cigarettes
that hold their shape, draw well and give C
you a fine flavor, free from the slight-
The lightness, thin-
ness, natural adhes-
veness and per-®'S
of Riz La Croix
Made from FREE
the best flax-linen esTw iustrated
-a pure vegetable Booklets-one about RIZ
prod u ct-R iz La LA CROIX Cigarette Paers,
Croix insures health- Your Own" cigarettes-seat anywhere
fuX enjoyment. Tina S. on request. Address The Aenerican
fulenjymet.Tobacco Co., Room 1401 111 Fifth AvenueN.Y.
Ellen Sargeant, '16, was elected
chairman of next year's senior play
committee at the annual meeting of
junior women yesterday. The other
members of the committee are Aris
Van Deusen, '16, Helen Tuthill, '16,
Edna Toland, '16, and Ruth Brown, '16.
A social committee was elected con-
sisting of Helen Ely, '16, Eleanor Stal-
ker, '16, Isabel Hicks, '16, Helen Blair,
'16, Ida Lewis,'16, Marion Stowe, '16,
Jessie Spence, '16, and Grace Fletcher,
'16, were nominated aS class represen-
tatives on the Judiciary Council.
Sophomore women elected Marga-
ret Reynolds, '17, chairman of next
year's junior play committee, the oth-
er members of which are Anita Kelly,
'17, Helen Champion, '17, Ruberta
Woodworth, '17, and Albertine Loom-
is, '17. A social committee was elected
consisting of Margaret Bassett, '17,
Helen Robson, '17, Margaret Long, '17,
Florence Paddock, '17, and Helen Dow,
'17. Nominees for class representa-
tive on the Judiciary Council are
Frances Way, '17, Lillian Carnegie, '17,
and Irene Litchman, '17.
Ada Heath, '18, was elected by fresh-
man women chairman of the 1919
freshman spread committee, which
consists of nineteen members. Anna
Lloyd, '18, Marion Holden, '18, and
Helen Nipps, '18, were nominated as
Judiciary Council representatives.
Galley-proof sheets of the new ar-
ticles of incorporation for the Wom-
en's League, with the revised by-laws,
are now in process of being made, af-
ter which they will be distributed to
the League and sorority houses and
university women at large for inspec-
The necessary vote for re-incorpo-
ration and for the adoption of the re-
vised constitution as it now stands
will be taken at the annual meeting of
League members next week in Sarah
Caswell Angel hall. Proxy voting will
be permissable, which will authorize
any organized house to vote through
its representative on the League
A cross-country walking squad leav-
es Barbour gymnasium at 3:00 o'clock
The tennis courts in the yard of the
Newberry hall of residence are ready
for use today. They are the finest ev-
er possessed by university women.
* * *
Freshman women who have not in-
terviewed Miss Cochrane with regard
to their vocations must do so at once
during her office hours Tuesdays and
Thursdays from 10:00 until 12:00
o'clock, and Tuesdays, Wednesdays
and Thursdays from 3:00 until 5:00
* * *
The list of unexcused absences in
gymnasium work for women is posted
in Barbour gymnasium. These should
be made up at once by arrangement
with the proper instructor.I
"Y" HAS MANY SUMMER JOBS;
MAKE APPLICATION AT OFFICE
Summer jobs are coming in regular-I
ly at the Y. M. C. A. employment bu-
reau, according to a report given out
by Secretary Phil. C. Lovejoy, '16. At
present there are several good jobs for
draftsmen and engineers, and an un-1
usually large number of canvassingc
jobs. Students interested in any of
the jobs offered are urged to inquiret
at the office as early as possible.
O F. HOPPE
Of Portraits and Commer-
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
Headquarters er Manhattan Shirts, $1.50 to $4.00
Perrin's Spring Gloves. Beautiful Spring Neckwear
The World's Best Underwear
Hosiery and other Quality Fixings
The Big Store
(except Friday and Saturday)
Thursday, May 6- "The Gallantry of
Jimmy Rogers," with F. X. Bushman,
"A coat Tale," "The Battle of French-
Friday, May 7-"The Clutching Hand,"
the first episode of the Adventures of
Sat'day, May 8-"A Third Hand High."
H E SUGAR BOWL
I 104 S. Main St.
South 'Main 'St.
Look at our Show Windows fori
[Every day in the week.
The House of Famous Plays by Famous
Thurs.-Fri., May 6-7-Kathleen Emerson
in "Rule G." 5-part, Paramount picture.
Saturday, May 8 - Marguerite Clark in
"The Goose Girl," 5-part Paramount
SHOWS:AFTERNOONS 4:00: EVE. 6:15; 7:45; 9:15
Thursday, May 6-"Lifting the Ban of
Coventry," 3-part feature with Lillian
Walker. "Destiny Decides," z-part dra-
ma. "Her Country Cousin," i-pt co edy
Friday, May 7 - Francesca Bertini in
"The Woman Who Dared," 5-pt. Kleine
Saturday, May 8-"Tie Siren's Reign,"
3-part feature. "A Romance of the
Night," i-part drama. "The Capitula-
tion of the Major," i-part comedy.
Matinees 3. Nights 7:00 and 8:30
FINE REPAIRING OF JEWELRY
H ALLER JEWELRY CO.
STATE STREET JEWELERS
Now is the opportune time
to be measured for
NO DEPOSIT WITH MEASURE
711 N UNIVERSITY
Thurs-Fri-Sat., May 6-7-8
":rhe Hypocrites," written and produc-
ed by Louis Weber, presented by Bos-
worth (Inc.), with special scenery and
Phi Beta Kappa seniors meet to se-
lect jeweler for keys, 4:00 o'clock,
room 101 economics building.
Fresh lits vs. junior lits, baseball,
3:00 o'clock, Ferry field.
All members of the Varsity band re-
port at the campus band stand prompt-
ly at 6:45 o'clock tonight.
Choral union ushers report at Hill
auditorium at 7:15 o'clock tonight.
Allen the clothier formerly in bus-
iness at 113 So. Main St., has moved
one block south to 211 So. Main. Call
and see our excellent line of spring
clothing and furnishings, the latest,
nobbiest and best. N. F. ALLEN Co.
Phi Beta Kappa
We have on hand for delivery PHI BETA
KAPPA CHARMS in various sizes.
Heavy weight 14kt gold charms engraved
to your order delivered upon presentation
of your certificate.
Any special sizes made to order.
'Arnold & Co.
220 South Main Street
PALAIS ROYAL AND EXQUISITE
CORSET SHOP NOW OPEN
Mrs. McGilvray and Miss Bertha
Noil, proprietors of the Palais Royal
and Exquisite Corset Shop, respective-
ly, announce that they are open for
business at their old location, 304
South Main street.
Both stocks, hich were destroyed
during the recent fire, are, new, rnone
of the old or damaged stock having
been retained. The stock of the Ex-
quisite Corset Shop was disposed of
to the underwriters immediately after
the fire, while the Palais Royal stock
was sold out after the fire.
Every article of merchandise con-
tained in both establishments is abso-
litely new. Both Mrs. McGilvray and
Miss noll desire to take this oppor-
tunity to thank their former patrons
for their patronage, and solicit a
both old and new custom-
University Ave. Pharmacy Martha
Washington Candy, Cigars, Cigarettes
Skate at Weinberg's
and toilet articles.
Phone 416. t1
Victrola Owners Beware-
I)o not buy a cheap inferior steel needle which is being sold in this
city. Notice the difference between the Victor needle point and the imita-
tio. l'he Victor is sharp and fits the grooves in the record for which it
was madle. You will not notice the wear in your records now but" you
will in a few weeks when they will begin to scratch becanse the imitation
needles do not fit the grooves. Always use the combination Victor needles
with Victor records.,
Call 1812-M Cook Taxi Co.
Call 106 for large flat racks for in-
LOST-Eye glasses with guard chain
for ear. Reward at Daily.
120 E. LIBERTY ST.
Six new Morris canoes for sale. U.
of M. Boat Livery. Phone 656.
WANTED-Ten students to work in
Michigan summer resorts. Entirely
new and most up-to-date proposition
on the market. Write for personal
interview. X care of Michigan Daily.
DANCING classes and private le
at the Packard Academy. P
Until Commencement Foster's
of art will feature a bargain wi
of changing bargains and goo
FOR RENT-Modern, five rgom,s
heated fiat. Inquire 604 E. Lib
J. K. Malcolm. Call 1713-M or