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AGESIX THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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0O TO LYNDON

For FRESH Eastman Films
GUARANTEED Film Developing
Best VELOX Prints

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Meet Me At The Delta

$5.00

Dark Brown Russian Calf and Dull
Black Calf
O'Sullivan Heels 50c Extra

Ann Arbor Dis
All the L

tributor of KodaksI
latest Models I
"tt the Sign of the Kodak"I

OUR AMATEUR DEVELOPING
is now under NEW MANAGE-
MENT.
Twenty-four hour service GUAR-
ANTEED or no charge for work.

719 N. University

e

Perhaps the chief characteristics of the \Valk- Over
Shoe Store are the infinite variety of its offerings. 'The
wide range of sizes and widths (aa to e-S to zi ) and a
salesforce competent to use the sires to the customer's
satisfaction.
BEST SHOES INCORRECTLY FITTED
ARE WORTHLESS
WL K-OVE R BOO T S HO
115' S. MAIN ST.

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SWAIN
713 East Univ.

Makes panoramic pictures (with a Cirkut
camera) 6, 8, or io inches wide, and. as
long as your pocket book. For some
subjects no other camera can equal the
work of a Cirkut.

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TIP ('ONCE1' "iT'A Matinees
10iO i lN G $U( ',firS" Tue., Thu. Sat,
(('outiln [Jeff from i Pag'e One)
of which "They Ain't Nothtin' to It Bt. IT~
Harmony," nmade successful by Nora
Bayes, was accorded the most at)-! lue
"Bill" Williams, '14E, one of the new- O P
old-timers, showed that he has lostTh
none of the ability that made him a
favorite while in school, and pleased Matiniees
the crowd with a number of short, '9:5 5
amusing specialties, in most of which Fi--
hie played a guitar and harmonica to- Bray CF
sat., 3-]
gether. iric" an
Both quartets, the Varsity and the Ise.
Midnight Sons, and the :Mandolin club fleartn
trio, while they~rendered nothing new, Travels
performed their numbers in excellent
fashion. Chase_ Sikes and Robert_____
Dieterle were particularly good as
soloists in the two glee club' num-
bers, the war song from the "Cross J I
of Fire," and the Friar's drinking song S hows
from 'Thntrairie Mary," respectively,I
while all the club's numbers were T ri., z
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given in a fashion that could hardly
be improved upon. The Michigan sat. -:
songs especially struck a respondent 'o0
chord inv the audience andI added some
welcome local color to the concert. Mn .-ed
Coined

GARRICK ek of
DETROIT
IE HAWK"
rheum Theatre
i Home of Paramount and
Triangle Photoplays
e, 2:00, 3:15 Evening, 6:a5, 8:00
)aturdays - Holidays Continuous
Blanche Sweet in '"The Sowvers"
Cartoons.
-]-rank Mills in "The Moral Nat),
id Triangle Comedy. Evening
n.--4-5--Leonore Ulricli in "Tlie
of Paula," and Butrton Holines
s.
vs at 3 :oo. 6:3o, 8:00, 9:30
-Williamn Nigh in "H is Great
ph,"' also D~rew Comedy.
- "Fromn the Manger to the
"and "Trip Around the World'"
-Edith Storey in "The Two
ISword,'' a ni d Mlusty Suffer
dy.

Eastman Films

ATTENTION!

AMATEURS!.

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clear pictures if you have your develop
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& NICKELS.

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Before placing your order for Canned
Goods we will be glad to m ,et you at our
place .of business,, show you QIALT
and talk price.
We ,guarantee satisfaction in every pur-
chase.

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(('onltinuled from Page One)
managing editor of the literary maga-
zine. He was formerly associated wxith
The Daily. A letter was received by
the board julst prior to its meeting
from Hugo Wagensell, '16i, present
business manager of thle publication,
in which the writer stated his inabil-
ity to retain the position for next
year. 't'hree names were proposed to
the board as possible successors. to
the position,. and action wrill be taken
at a later (late.

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F A. R. Gfell
Groceries, Meats, Provisions

3. 7 and 8:30 P. M.C
TODAY and TONIGHT
Pieturlzat ion of
PAUL ARMSTRONG'S Drama
«The Escape"
Produced by D. W. GRIFFITHI
ALL SEATS TEN CENTS'

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221 N. Main St.

Phones: 186, 187

STATE STREET JEWELERS

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Next to the
Orpheuni

J. F. WUERTH CO. THE NEW DAY LIGHT STORE

Next to the
Orpheum

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The T ime Has Comre and the Men of
This City Have Made Up Their
Minds.

BOOKINGS FOR JUN E
Orpheum Theatre

Dig up that old hat
and get an allowance.
of 50c towards a new

straw.

Don't let it

lay around.
that will do.

Any old

Practically every one of the thousands of
men within easy reach of this store has deter-
mined for himself whether or not he is going to
buy a new Spring Suit.

Don't forget that
we carry a full line of

It's no longer
question of lvhere.

aquestion of whether; It is a

Suit Cases and

Bags.

Ask to see our $1 suit

case.

And the answer to that question any man
can get by spending a few minutes in the midst
of what we believe to be the best, the soundest,
the most advantageous stock of suits ever col-
lected in this city.
We think that Zocdetv Jraub Suits are better
than most-very much better at their respec-
tive prices-in the essential products of good
style, reliable making and fabrics.
Fine New Suits at $15,- $18,,$20, $22.50, $25

F."AM OU S STARS IN FA MO US1PL A a.
A fatinees, 2,:00-3 :30;! 'vening, 6 :45, 8 :15, 9:~30
Saturdays-1 -I olidays. continuous.
P .R AM ()UNT and TRIANGLE PICTURN,"S.
T1hurs.- Fri., i -2-BIlanche we in "The Sow-_
ers" and( Bray Cartoons.
Sat., 3-frank -Mills in "'The Moral i~abriC andl
T~riangle Comedy. Evening, 15,c.
Stun.-Mon., 4-5--Leonore Ulrich in -The H eart
of Paula," and B~urton IfIolires Travels.
Tues.,6'--M1ae .Marsh in -"t-oodoo Ann,''" Trian-
gle Comedy. Evening, i~c.
Wed., 7-Douglas Fairbanks in .-Double TProu -
le"lITriangle Comedy. Rebooked.
ihurs.-Fri., 8-9- ''ctor Mlroore in --The iRace."
Bray Cartoons,
Sat., 1o-11I. 1B. Warner in "The Raiders." Tri-
angle Comedy. Evening, -15,.
Sun.-Pion., i.-14y--i--Mary iPickford in "The Eter'-
nal Grind." Burton Fiolmes Travels. Evening,
_a5c.Y
'f~ies., 13-D~ouglas Tiairbanks in "The Hfabit of
Happiness,"'Triangle Comedy. Ev ening, i 5c.
Wed., .1,4-B>illie Burke in "Peggy," 8 reels,. Ev-
errng,15c Reooked.
'hurs.-Fri., 15-16--Cleo Ridgely ill "Tlhe Love
11ask." bray Cartoons.
Sat., a7--Jane Garey in "The Waif," Tringle
Comedy. Evening, '15C.
Min-InN-gMageieCaki ake Believe." Burton H olmesrav el.Iv-
ening, 15c.
TI'es., 20---Dorothv Gish andI Owen Moore in
.,Little Meena's Romance." 'Iriangle Comedy.
Evening, '15c,
Wed., 21-Tane Grey in "Let Katy Dgo It." Ti-
angle Comedy. Rebooked.
'Thurs.-1iri., 22-23 - John I tta ryniore in "Red
\\idow." Bray Cartoons.
Sat., 24-V V S. Hart in "The Aryan." Triangle
Comnedy. 1 vening, 15c.
Sun.-iVTon., 25-26-M'arie D~oro in- "The I [ca rt ofi
Nova Flynn.' Birtoni1 f oli'ies JTravels.
r'uc'.. 27--I ,illiair Gish in "'Sold for _llarr'<agc'
. 1riangle Comnedy. l'kvening, I15c.
\\'ed., 2 3--Alargllcrite Clark in "IHelene of thec
\prthn." .1ehooked.
Tihurs.-Fr i_ "29-30---:---iline Frederick in "T'he
Alomnent fBefore." Bray Catoons."

Just Arrived, some
more nice, white flan-
nel pants at $5 and
$6.

Sport

Coats in blue and

all shades at $8.00-

always.

322-324 S. Main St. Next to Orpheum

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