M IEN 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-Mloch Smart Clothes, Hats and Haber-
dasliery 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
Straw Hat Day
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.
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FURNISHERS AND HATTERS
342 South State Street
Reule, Conlin, Fiegel
READY AT YOUR SERVICE
Correct Sping Atlire for M,
$15 to $30
$12 to $25
$8 to $20
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PEANUTS c. OUND
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The best part of
aM U R A D you
But you recognize
it instantly. And
y o.1 never for-
'ers of the N~hs
-ode Tur&ish, and
uptitan ciearelles in
)utdoor rehearsals for the Greek
cing fete on May 26 are taking
ce in Observatory hollow daily, and
amencing tomorrow the costumes
I be used in all the choruses. The
rtals in the cast wear classic garb,
[le the choruses are draped to sym-
ize the passing of the seasons with.
events that each brings. The fam-
chorus, in black, is particularly
he trees east of the hollow form a
ural screen from behind which the
cers appear and into which they
tter at the end of the choruses.
)uring a pause in the dancing, while
neter sitting by the well mourns
theft of her daughter, members of
Girls' Glee club will sing an inter-
e in interpretation of her sorrow.
'he cast of dancers includes such
I-known names as those of H elen
'16, and Genevieve O'Leary, '16,
o will be remembered forytheir
rk in the Kermess and the junior
Is' play, and Mary True, '15, Row-
Llastian, '18, and Adele Crandall,
who have appeared in many wom-
s activities and the productions of
Comedy club and the Cercle Fran-
s. Jean Miler, '15, and Mima Wins-
1, grad., have had experience in in-
pretative dancing in the pageants
'he seat sale, which will be held on
campus and at the State street
res, will begin Monday, May 24.
* * *
)wing to the withdrawal of Hfolen
lcomson, '15, from the cast of 'The
row Maker," the part of Haiwai will
carried by Evelyn Roehm, '15, and
r former part of White Flower by
A good service-
able Suit - $20.00
A better one for, $22.50
An except ion-
ally fine Suit$
for - - - $25.00
Suits - - $12.00
(Made to your measure
108 E. Washington St. 2nd Floor
self as highly pleased with the prog-
ress of the play in the almost daily
rehearsals which are being held for
the holders of cast parts. After June
1 the rehearsals will include the 25
minor characters who do not have
Dean Myra B. Jordan, Mrs. Arthur G.
Hall, Miss Jane Cochran, the adminis-
trative officers of the Women's League,
and Judith Ginsburg, '15, were ap-
pointed to constitute the official body
which is to re-incorporate the League
under the laws of the state, at the spe-
cial meeting of the members of the
League held yesterday to vote on-the
question of re-incorporation. The new
articles of incorporation and by-laws
which have been drawn up will be
presented for adoption by this board
to members of the League at large at
the annual meeting of that association
which is to be held some time next
week. Preliminary to this will be the
informal round-table discussion which
will be held by Miss Ginsburg and
Catherine Reighard, '15, president of
the League, in Barbour gymnasium at
2:00 o'clock this afternoon. All uni-
versity women who are interested are
urged to attend.
"A Garden of Japan," or "The Rose
and the Laurel," is the name of a Jap-
anese cantata by hlerbert Wareing,
which the Girls' Glee club is rehears-
ing to present, in costume, before the
end of the year.
HAN W I _LL PL A Y T ONI( urT TO
E1N1TERTI.\ lN P1 HEI PSCHOOL BOYS
POSTPONE COMING4 OF VISITORS
Monroe Citizens Will Be Welcomed on
Tuesday, May 2
Rain compelled the postponement
of the coming of the automobile cara-
van and approximately 1,000 citizens
expected here from Monroe yesterday.
Tuesday, May 25, has been chosen as
the day Ann Arbor will again seek to
entertain its guests, provided the
weather does not again forbid. The
Monroe folk have a double motive for
their excursion. It is their intention
to inspect the university and more es-
pecially the city's boulevard system.
A joint committee composed of mem-
bers of the Ann Arbor Civic associa-
tion and the Merchants' Credit associ-
ation will provide for the entertain-
ment of the visitors. Several automo-
biles will meet them at Ypsilanti and
escort them the rest of the way. Din-
ner will be served at the old Armory
at the corner of Ashley and Huron
streets, and a few short talks.given.
After lunch the visitors will walk
about the campus, inspecting buid-
ngs and grounds. President Harry B.
Hutchins has appointed Prof. W. D.
Henderson chairman of the committee
to take charge of the party while on
An election for the purpose of se-
lecting three student members of the
board in control of student publica-
tions will be held on May 27 (hour
and place to be announced later). At
its meeting on May 17, 1915, the board
approved as candidates the following
nominees whose names will appear
on the official ballot at this election:
Adna R. Johnson, Werner W. Schroe-
der, Renville. Wheat, Paul F. Thomp-
son, Henry C. Rummell and Francis
The attention of the students in the
university is called to the fact that the
constitution of the board in control of
student publications permits the nom-
ination of any eligible student as can-
didate fo'r any of these positions, by
filing with Professor F. N. Scott,
chairman of the board on or before
Monday, May 24, 4:00 p. in., a petition
signed by at least 25 students in the
university asking that the name of
said student be placed on the official
ballot as a candidate for student mem-
ber of the board. Those whose names
are thus proposed and approved by
this board shall be candidates at said
election in addition to those above
The constitution of the board defines
eligibility to student membership as
follows: "All students in the univer-
sity shall be eligible to membershipmin
this board who (at the time of taking
office) either by yirtue of credit earn-
ed are entitled to the rating of sen-
iors in the departments in which they
are enrolled, or who have received a
degree in the Arts College of the Uni-
versity of Michigan and are continuing
their studies in another college in the
university, who have complied with the
eligibility rules of their school or col-
lege and of the university governing
participation in non-athletic activities
and who have resided in the university
for at least four semesters, provided
that no student be eligible to member-
ship in this board who either at the
time of his election to membership
therein or at the beginning of his term
shall hold or be a candidate for any
salaried position on any publication
under the control of this board."
BOARD IN CONTROL OF STUDENT
The best bargain we
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CAP AND GOWN
(except Friday and Saturday)
$8 to $18
and you also get TRUNK SERVICE
Perrin's Spring Gloves.
Thursday, May 2o-"The Inside of the
White Slave Traffic,' in five parts.
Friday, May 21- "Snatched From a
Burning Death," with Helen Gardner.
The House of Famous Plays by Famous
May 20-2--Thurs-Fri.-Marguerite Clark
in Gretna Green (comedy), 4-part.
May 22-Sat .- Margarita Fischer in
The Quest. 5-part.
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Hosiery and other Quality Fixings
You find yourself cbnfronted with thi
necessity of purchasing a trunk?
The Big Store,
SHOWS:AFTERNOONS 4:00: EVE. 6:15; 7:46; 9:15
Thurs. May 20- Leah Baird and Leo
Delaney in "The Return of Maurice
Donnelly," 3-part feature.' One Hun.
dred Dollars, i- part drama. Music in
Flats, z-part comedy.
Fri. May 21-Tomn Moore and Marguerite
Courtot in The Third Commandment'
3-part feature. i-part drama and z-part
Sat. May 22-Lyda Borelli in a mag-
nificient -part Kleine feature, "The
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Every day in the week.
THE SUGAR BOWL
104 S. Main St.
M AJ E S T I C
Matinee, 3 P. M. Nights, 78:30
Thurs., May 20
Nance O'Neil, Theda Baraand William
Shay in "Kreutzer Sonata," 5 parts and
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., Sc.
ALL SEATS TEN CENTS
Liberty and Main Sts.
A Most Convenient Place for Your
For tug-of-war get canvas gloves
and adhesive tape at Switzer's, 314
For push-Mall contest get tennis
shoes Friday ind Satairday for Une at
FOR SALE-May Festival tickets, 3 on
main floor. Call 988-M.
LOST-Will person who exchanged
balmaccan Tuesday night at llus-
ton's call 2311.
Fine Spring Haberdashery
FINE R.E PAIRING OF JEWELRY
HALLER, JEWELRY CO.
STATE STREET JEWELERS
From $28.00 to $40.00
ALL MADE IN OUR OWN SHC
HENRY & CO.
711 N. University Ave.
In order to provide entertainment
for the visitors to the interscholastic
meet, the Varsity band will put on a
special programi of popular music and
Michigan songs at the campus band
stand at 7:00 o'clock tonight. Owing
to the May festival it was at first in-
tended not to give a concert tonight,
but the program will be concluded in
time so as not to interfere with the
The band will play for the inter-
scholastic meet tomorrow afternoon.
Dr. G. A. May urges all freshmen
who have not had their second phys-
ical examination, to report at his office
Band concert at 7:00 o'clock tonight.
l3andmren bring folios.
Baseball game between soph engi-
neers and fresh dents billed for this
afternoon has been postponed on. ac-
count of the spring contests.
Special art exhibit in west gallery,
Alumni Memorial hall, 2:00 to 5:00
o'clock Sunday afternoon.
Skate at Weinberg's Rofler
FOR RENT-One store and two s
steam-heated apartments. 604 E
erty. J. K. Malcolm. 1713-M or
Horse and runabouts, every
new, complete livery. Phone 104
FOR SALE-Established Dental
tice. Address Box G, Care Dai
FOR SALE-Two May Festival
ets, 6th row; Friday and Sat
-afternoon. Call 2465-J.
Cars by the hour,
2255. 209 W.
If you are going to the lakes or resorts take a Victrola
along - just the thing for the summer cottage.
It's dandy for canoe trips, too -our $15 Victrola fits in nicely
with your pillows - and the music sounds fine over the water.
Terms to Suit the Buyer
122 LIBERTY STREET
R. lrumC, of the
nt, expresses him-
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