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THE MICHIGAN l-AILY'

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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-
dashiery 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
the commonplace.
CAMPUS COATS, all colors - $8.50
STRAW HATS, -$-I- $100 to $4.00
PANAMAS - - '$5.00 to $10,00
LIGHT SEG TROUSERS,- $4.00 to $6.00
Shirts, Neckwear, Hosiery and Underwear
in a very large variety of approved styles

St -Are you prepared to open the season with one of the
new models of straw hats? Let us show you our
assortment of Straws and Panamas. We assure you
that you will be pleased with both style and price.

Reule, Conlin, Fiegjel

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READY AT YOUR SERVICE

Correct Spring Attire for

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FURNISHE~RS AND HATTERS
342 South State Street

Balmacaan s
Topcoats
Raincoats,

$15 to $30
$12 to $25
$8 to $20
$8 to$18

Lindenscbmitt, Aptel & Co:

DMETi ERLEi AND RUNDELL
TAILORS
MINTY-YOUR' WUST VORT 5TR]RET
DETROIT, MICHI.
FORMJRLY WM. R. I1TRR,R
SPR1?ING ORDERS TAKEN. NOW14

ON THE WAY TO THE BANK
DON'T "FORGET

DEANSROASTED

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loc. AFULL
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THEY SATISFY THAT
EMPTY FEELING

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'18; E. S. Bigelow, '15E; J. L. Bian
ing, '1; E. A. Bloomquist, '18; H.1
Bockstabler, '5E; A. Bohn, '18; C.I
Boos, '18; E. Bouma, '18; C. T. lBo
ers, '17E; W. M. Brace, '18; Hf. Bre
rmann, '17L; G. A. Brown, '17E; N.I
Brown, '16E; R. Brown, '15D; E.I
Brucker, '16E; H. C. Buell, '16E; J. I
Bull, 'ISE; L. H. Burchard, 'E; .
S. Burrows, '7E; W. W. Calkins, '1E
W. M. Cannan, '15E; A. L. Carpente
eng.; R. L. Carpenter, '17L; H. E
Chase, '17; C. W. Clark, '18; J. F
Clark '17L, I. Cohn, '17; L. B. Cohe
'17M; D. D. Conn, '17E; R. C. Corlet
'liE; E. A. Courmyer, '15; C. A. Cros
by, '18M; G. C. Curtiss, '16E; H. F
Dake, 'ISE; J. A. Dalm, '7L; D. B
-Darling, '18; W. M. Darnall, '18; H. D
Davenport, '7A; P. . Davis, '8A; S
P. Davis, '17E; F. A. del Valle, '16E
M. A. del Valle, '16E; E. Des Jardius
17D); A. de Juan, '18M; C. F. DeWit
'ISE; E. F. Dignan, '7E; E. J. Dill
man, '16E; J. Dillon, '16P; B. W. Don
aldson, '18E; F. Doran, '18; A. H
Dott, '17; J. Driscoll, '18; S. W. Dubee
'16E; W... Duddeson, '17; S. Dodge
'17; E. G. Dudley, Jr., 'SE; M. F
Dunne, '17; T. W. Durbin, '18; M. P
Easton, '7E; W. J. Edwards, '17; J
M. Erwin, '16; R. E. Dean, 15; H1. E
Montelius, '17E; W. G. Even son, ' 5,
J. W. Ewing, '18; D. Fakon, '18; C. W.
Fischer, Jr., '18; G. J. Fischer, '18P;
E. H. Flecke, '15; G. H. Fong, 'SE;
G. S. Frary, '16L; F. L. Froemke, '18;
R. L. Felton, '15; C. T. Frock, '18;
C. C. Garland, '17; F. M. Garrett, '17,;
A. A. Guettel, '18; G. . Gutekurnst,
'15; H. W. Giessing, '8lE; L. T. Gin,
'18F; R. J. Glechauff, '16; J. Golden-
berg, '16; N. H-. Goldstick, '15; A.
M. Goltman, 'ISM; H. L. Goodspeed,
'18E; R. Gordon, '17L; J. S. Green, '17;
M. Griswold, '15L; L. B. Hadley, '7E;
J. E. Hanna, '16; J. G. Hopemnan, '1D ,,
A. . Harris, 'SE; F. M. Hartsook,
'15; H1. S. Hatch, '18; H. C. Hatch, '18;
IT. C. Hawk, Jr., '18; D. D. Held, '17;
A. J. Hemmert, '191L; J. J. Herbert,
'17L; E. J. Herrick, '17E; J. A. Her-
ring, Jr., '16M; R. XW. Hicks, '16; S. J.
Hiett, '16L; L. D. Hiett, '18; S. H. Hill,
lit; C. M. Hoerner, '18; D. T. Hoffman,
'17; W. W. Hogue, '17E; G. Holenbeck,
'181L; W. C. Homer, '16; J. Hopkins,
'171);1. S. Hosmer, 16; C. W. How-
ell, '14E; L. G. Hulbert, '17E; H. L.
Humphreys, '16; W. R. Hunt, '16; N.
H. Ibsen, '18E; H. Ingham, '18; P. M.
Ireland, '18; A. G. Ippel, '18; K. R.
Jackson, '16E; C. H. Jenks, '15; W. R.'
Loutit, '18; R. R. Loveland, '18; P. S.'
Low, '18E; R. A. Lundell, '16E; .
C. Lutz, '1; J. Luzunaris, '17; H. B.
McCalum, '18; R. U. McKean, '16; R.
C. McGuire, '18; W. W. McKelery, Jr.,
'18A; D. E. MlcKisson, '17E; M. S. Mc-
Lean, '16, A. K. MacNaughton, '16E;
J. D. McNamar, '20L; . P. McMahon,
'16; T. B. McMartin, '17A; P. B. Maer,
'18A; H. A. Mankin, '16E; E. W. Marth,
'17E; F. Martin, Jr., '18; A. D. Matt,
Jr., '17E; C. F. T. Matthews, '18; G.
R. Mattison, '18; E. W. Maurer, 'E;
E. W. May, '16M; E. H. Meibeyer, '18A;
E. A. Mercado, '15; E. H. Mrritt,
'17E; P. Hf. Middleditch, '5E; C. C.
Jordan, '16H; F. J. Kane, '16D); T. D
Kelly,' '16; R. F. Khum, '15; J. S.
Klump,.'18; R. G. Kimball, '16E; F. J.
Kolb, '17A; A. L. Kolpier, '17; C. S.
Klein, '16E; J. S. Knox, '17E; R. S. Ko-
chir, '18; H. F. Krauss, '15; H. M.
Krohn,'17E; C. F. Lambert, '18; W. C.
Lamoreaux, '16L; . E. Landis, '17L,;
H. K. Lane, '17L; H. A. Lang, '15M;
R. M. Langley, 'SE; S. D. Lankester,
'16; L. D. Larke, '19L; C. B. Lawton,
'18L; G. R. La Rue, grad.; A. T Leh-
man, '17; A. S. Lepak, '7L; G. A. Les-
zynski, '16E; . A. Leveranz, '5E; E.
W. Lockwood, '18; C. G. Lopez, '17E; S.
S. Lewis, '18; E. A. Middleton, '7E; E.
J. Miller, '14; R. J. Mills, '16L; D. C.

Mittelsdorf, '18E; A. Morales, '17; D.
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CAP AND GOWN
PICTU RES
Have them made at
IIOPESTUDIO
The best bargain we
have ever given

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STUDIO:
619 E. Liberty St..
'Phone 1078-J

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Look at our Show Windows fora
CANDY SPECIALTIES
Every day in the, week.
THE SUGAR BOWL
104 S. Main St.

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ADMISSION Sc.
(except Friday and Saturday),

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Mon. May 17-"Diamond Broker"
with Cleo Ridgley

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DIAMONID MOUNTINGS.
STONE SET'TING

Fine spring Haberdashery
Headquarters ter Manhattan Shirts, $1.50 to $4
Perrin's Spring Gloves. Beautiful Spring Neckwear
The World's Best Underwear
Hosiery ,and other,,Quality Fixings

200-202
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Orpheum Theatre
The House of Famous Plays by Famous
Players.
May I7-18-Men.-Tues. - 9dlth Wynne
Matthison In' The Governor's Lady
5-part.
May i9-Wed.-Carlyle Blackwell in The
High Hand. 5-part.
May 20-2-ThursFri.-Marguerite Clark
in Gretna Green (comedy), 4part.
Paramount.
May 22-Sat .- Margarita Fischer in
The Quest. 5-part.

FINE REP AIRING or JEWELR'Y
HALLE R JEWELRY C(
STATE STREET JEWELERS

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Arcade Theatre
SHOWS: AFTERNOONS 4;00: EYE. 615; 7:45; 9:15
Mon. May '7-Miriam Nesbit in "Killed
Against Orders," a 3 part feature. The
Sister's Solace -part drama Ham
'Comedy.'
Tues. May i8-Lilie Leslie and Jack
Standing in "Rated at $io,ooo,ooo."
3.part feature. His Own Hero, i-part
comedy.
Wed. May '9r-Julius Stager in his fa-
mous success, "Tl -- Fifth Command.
ment," a five-part world feature.

From $28.00 to $40.0
ALL MADE IN OUR OWN,
HENRY & CO.
711 N. University Ave.

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Collegiate Sorosis, 1501 W Lshtenaw
avenue, will be at home to all univer-
sity women from 4:00 to 6:00 o'clock
this afternoon.
Freshmen will oppose sophomores'
in the first game of the women's inter-
class baseball series Thursday after-
noon, May 20.
All "women' who have signed up for
the tennis tournament are asked to
play off the first rounds immediately.
Ellen Sargeant, '16, part comnposer
of the music for "The Come-Back,"
has orchestrated the majority of the.
music for the Greek 'dancing fete to
be held on May 26 in Observatory hol-
low. WV. R. Mills, '18, writer of some
of the music in "All That Glitters,"
has also composed some special num-
bers. Henry Rummel, '1611, and L. N.
Parker, '17, have charge of tihe music.
Full rehearsals for the annual Lan-
tern Night ceremony, which -is to fol-
low the fete, will begin next week.
Members of Omiega Phi will meet
for luncheon at noon tomorrow in.
Newberry hall. Mary Campbell, '15,
will receive notices as to attendance.

RECORD NEW UNION
LIFE MEMBERSHiPS
Complete ?Michigan Union Statistics
fromtResults of Impromptu Can-
vass Held Thursday
:3i9 OUT OF 879 MEN SIGN UP

Names of men who signed up in the
impromptu campaign for life mem-
bers of the Michigan Union last Thurs-"
day night have been recorded at the
Union offices, and the lists show a to-
tal of 359 registered. Out of the 879
men talked to, about two fifths con-
sented to sign up.
The campaign held Thursday night
was a follow-up of the mass meeting
held in the big auditorium on the
night before, and one of the purposes
was to augment the local rolls before
invading among the alumni. There are
still 3,000 in the university who have
either not been talked to, or who have
not joined in the project. Students
who wish to give in their signatures
now will not be required to make their
frst of five yearly installments until
five years from the present time.
Those who joined Thursday . night
are as follows:
J. H. Whitney, 'l7E; C. WV. Ferguson,
'15L; W. C. Ach, Jr., '17L; W. B. Ad-
ams, '15; J, Q. Adams, '16; D. XW. Ad-
ams, '171; A. C. Albert, '171); 0. F.
Ashley, '17E; R. F. Atchison, grad.;
H. A. Babcock, '16L; A. D. Bachtel,
'17E; F. A. Bade, '15; H. A. Badger,A
'15D, P. "C.. Baldw~vin, '18E, H. 0.
Barnes, 1J7E; T. S. Barnett, '18M; L.
G. Barr, '17; J. H. Daringer, '161);'11.
B. Bartholl, '1611; C. P. Barton, Jr.,
'144~; 11.''P. Bassett, '16L; M. C. Bau.-
mann. '1 r1 ; tH. S. Beach, '17-'20L; B.
S~. Beaman, '18; F. XV. Becker, '18; A.
P. Belknap, '18; I. F. Bender, '15;
T. K. Bender, '1'6A, M. F. Benmett,
'16F; H.,1L. ilerkey, '18$; C. B. Barnaard,
'18E: L. F. Berry. '18E; H-. D. Piery,

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MAJESTIC
Matinee, 3 P. M. Nights, 78.30
Mon. and Tues., May 17-18
Mine. Olga. Petrova in "The Heart of
Painted Woman," 5 parts & Pathe News
Wed. and Thurs., May 1940
Nance O'Neil, Theda Bara and William
Shay in "Kreutzer Sonata," g parts and
comedy.
Fri. and Sat., May 21-22
Elinor Glyn's sensational drama "Three
Weeks," 5 parts and comedy.
Ladies' Souvenir Matinee, Tue. and Fri.
School Children's Matinee, Sat., So.
ALL SEATS TEN CENTS
M. Morrill, '18M; F. C. Moyer, '17; F.
A. McMahon, '16; W. E. Munro, '18;
M. E. Nampa, '18E; C. E. Netting, '18;
P. B. Newcomb, '18; D. A. Nichols,
'1SF; J. H. Nichols, Jr., '18; W. A.
Niemann, '17; L. WV. Nieter, '19L; R.
A. Northcott, '18; H. E. O'Brien, '17;
V. J. O'Conor, '15; XW. S. O'Donnell,
'18; G. L. Ohstrom, '18; W. E. O'Keefe,
'18; H. 0. Otis, grad.; M. B. Owen,
'18E; L. E. Partch, '17E; A. C. Panfil,
'18E; G. B. Parson, '18; W. Peddicord,
'16L; R. T. Perry, '18; J. B. Pell, grad.;
S. M. Pinkerton, '16E;S. G. Pratt, '18E;
B. C. Prim eau, '16E; E. W. Publow,
'16A; B. G. Pyle, '17D; T. C. Reid, '17;
J. B. Reid, '18; W. E. Reid, '16E; C.
Remer, '18; S. H%. Riggs, '18; F. Raabe,
'18; N. Robbins, Jr., '18; J. C. Roberts,
'20L; A. S. Robinson, '18P; "H. C. Hoe-
ser, '16E; C. F. Rooche, '19M; F. R.

Bolton, '1SE; H. C. Rood, Jr., '15E;
B. S. Rapport, '17; A. L. Runstrom,
'18; L. C. Rowley, '16E; F. 14. Saier,
'15L; P. L. Sampsell, '17; M. H. Saur,
'16; L. N. Scofield, '18; W. W. Seabury,
'l7E; F. S. Sell, '18; C. F. Sears, '18;
H. M. Seuter, grad.; 0. L. Sewell, '14F;
C. Van Emerson, '18E; A. A. Vazgues,
'17; E. R. Vetter, '16E; L. F. Vilas,
'17A; E. Ward, '17; H.'F. Wales, '18E'
R. 0. Warner, '18; K. F. Walker, 'liE;
F. P. Walter, '18E; W. Walters, '18;
D. 0. Walthall, '16M; C. J. Warren,
'18E; F. C. Warren, '18E; G.. P. -Wea-
dock, '18; F. A. Weizer, '16; W. C.
Weltmann~, '18; A. W. White, '17E; F.
B. Webster, '18; F. M. Williams, '17L;
J. S. Wilson, '18; H. B. Winslow, '18;
C. Wickersham, '18; J. S. Wickmire,
118E; W. W. Wixson, '15; W. R. Woods,
'18; H. F. Wood, '15F; F. 5. Wurster,
'17; C. E. Yokubicek, '18A; H. M. Lei-
ger, '17; S. S. Sitko, '18; S. Shartel,
'18; A. M. Shearer, '18; S. J. Slavens,
'17; E. D. Slater, '17; F. C. Smith,
'16E; D. 0. Smith, '17; H. H. Smtih,
'15F; R. D. Smith, '16EF; D. A. Smith,
'16E; A. R. Smith, grad.; M. 0. Smith,
'15; H. C. Snyder, '17E; C. Sorling,
'18; A. W. Squires,, '16D; M. 'B. Son-
nenschein, '15; R. B. Stearns, '16; H.
M. Stephen, '18; C. B. Stuart, '15; C.
E. Stryker, '16E; F. J. Thieme, Jr.,
'18F; I. L. Thomas, '16L; F. B. Thomp-
son,"1'lE; N. S. Thompson, '18E;, F. H.
Tinsman, '16; G. R. Tholmingo, '17;
K. 0. Totzke, '17E; P. D. Tung, '16E;
F. C. Van Brunt, '18E; R. Van Duzen,
'17M; D. Van Duson, '18; E. L. Zeigler,'
'18; J. Zeigler, '17; P.- W. Zerwekh,
'16L; J. F. Ashley, '18; T. E. Krauss,
'17E.
Phone 2350. Taxicab and baggage.
Double your money. All suitings and
overcoatings at 50 cents on the dol-
lar. Will make them up for you if
you wish. Wagner & Co., State St.

LOST-A Ladies gold' watch fob w
the initial N. Call 2288-J.
LOST-Diamond cuff link. Rewa
phone 1012.
WANTED-Twenty waiters Thursd
noon, May 20th. Painter's Rest,
rant. 112 W. Huron St.
FOR SALE-Two May Festival coui
tickets, second balcony, 21 B 10,
B 12. $3.25 each., Olin Kenyon,E
Church. Tel. 1226-M.
FOR ;SALE-Three May Festival sE
sont tickets. Main floor in cent,
Cost price. Milton K. Jacobs. Pho
1519..
FOR SALE--Twenty choice build:
lots for summer cottages on "Nor
Shore" section of XWhitmore Lal
Prices ranging from $100 to $3(
Easy terms. Address XV. K.,1
Terrace Ave., Grand Rapids, Mich.
FOR SALE-Two pre-festival conce
coupons good in exchange for fe
tival tickets. Call Russell 371.
FOR SALE-May Festival ticket. Se
tion 7, Row K, on the first balcon
Single numbers. Phone 815-W.
WARNING TO STUDENTS.
If the students of the U. of M. wl
attend dancing parties wish to avo
having serious trouble with their fe(
they should go to their druggist ar
purchase a can of "FIXEM.-FOR TI
FEET" and use it as directed. AS
YOUR DRUGGIST about it.
City Taxi Co. Phone 2350.
NOTICE
There are sev-eral positions to
filled on the business staff of TH
WOLVERINE for this summer. .Tr
outs are now in order. Ferris]
Fitce, business mianager. Phone 91
or 236.'

Fine soft English Overcoat Patterns
at 50 cents on the dollar ( just one-Half
regular price). We will tailor them
now if you wish, or you can have them
made up elsewhere in the fall.-W~ag-
ner & Co., State St., are going- out of
the tailoring business.

Taxis 25c.
Phone

Starks Taxicab
Cars by the hour, lPaggage.
2255. 209 W. Huron,

GET ACQUAINTED
WITH THE VICTROLA
Do you know what splendid music the Victrola brings
into your -home?
Do you know that there are Victrolas from $15 to $250
and that we will arrange terms to suit you?
Come in and find out 411 about the Victrola. We'll gladly
play your favorite music for you.

Call taxi
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gone Switzer's Hardware to have

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120-122 E. Liberty St.

Drop in after the game or after play.
ing tennis and try a 5c soda. Van
Dorem's Pharmacy, 703 Packard St. U.

Skate' at Weinberg's R(o
Fridlay Night.

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