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TH'E MICHIGAN -DAILY

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-Bloch Smart Clothes for Spring are here!

That should be all the announcement necessary, because the Stein-
'1loch supremacy is so well known.
We're so enthusiastic, however, about these new suits that we must add
a few words in praise of them. The patoras are so fresh and
new-the colorings are so soft and pleasin--the now styles are
so full cf smartness with the characteric Sten-Bloch refine
ment, that we know you'l like them better thon ever.
Needless to say, the tailoring is as nearly perfect as human skill and
ingenuity can make it--the same perfection of detail that has
helped to maintain Stein-Bloch Smart Clothes in their position of'
acknowledged supremacy for sity yea s.

It's a Bird, What?
Why The New
C. and K. Spring Block
We have them on display
Tinker & Company
Cor. S. State and William
Just received a snappy line
of golf caps
Better let us show you while the
line is complete

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Coming in now to see the Spring showing.: emils no obligation on
your part to buy, and we will take as m pleasure in showing
them as you will derive from :eeing them.

It's our time against yours for our mutual beefLit.

Will you come today?

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Yours very truly.
LI ND. :NSC1MlTT, APFEL & CO.

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WOMEN EDIT GARGOflE
CONTRIBUTIONS REQUESTED FOR
NUMBER OF lIU3OROIUS PUlttl-
CATION FOR APRIL 28.
The Women's issue of the Gargoyle
will be out April 28, and promises to
excel by far those of previous years.
This year's number will be edited
by the women alone, and every woman
is urged to contribute. Jemima Wenley,
editor, will be at the office from 2 to 4
o'clock Mondays and 3 to 5 o'clock
Wednesdays and Fridays. All material
must be in before April 5.
Must Sign for Gymnasium Work
All girls taking required gymnasium
work will please hand in a schedule
of college work at the Barbour gym-
nasium office at once. The sheets for
names signed for spring work will
be posted at 10:00 o'clock, Monday,
March 20, and all names must be down
by the end of the week.

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New Spring Suits
R-B. Fashisn Clothes $15 to $25,
They came in on a rush-New OxfordGreys,
"Banjo" stripes, and blues. All wool, of course.
Advance spring models. You want to look there
over anyway.
New Spring Hats
R. C. F. Specials, $2.50 to $5
New Alpine shaped hats in the "cob web,'
"comfort" and regular weights. All the colors that
are to be popular this spring-Gaelic green predomi-
nating.
New Spring Shirts
Manhattan, $1*.50to $ 5
You'll like the Manhattan spring shirts. Take
a look at the new "lattice" pattern. Silks and
madras. French and stiff cuffs.
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TH E BIG a o

Announcing-

CAMPUS T'E

308 SO.
State St.

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Stage Make Ups for
Student Theatrical Productions
Face Paints, Powders, Cold Creams,
Rouges, Lip Sticks, Etc. ::.:...:..:-
S A Full Line at
THE EBER8ACH Q SON CO. 2tr-204 . Lbaerty St.

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The Gre-at, Spri
Opening
FOR MEN

No Drops
Needed in Our

My s p e c i a l t y is making
Dlrugless Eye 1"aminations-
determining scientifically and
accurately the glasses your eyes
require.
Shop facilities enable me to
make your glasses, giving you
.quick service.
We grind lenses.

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Set Entry Dates for Daneing Classes
All girls who wish to enter the
aesthetic dancing classes, preparatory
to taking part in the Shakespearean
pageant, must do so either Monday,
March 20, at 4:00 o'clock, when there
is an advanced class, or on Wednesday,
March 22, when there is a class for be-
ginners.
Junior Play Rehearsal Monday
Junior Play will rehearse Monday
evening: Act I, 7:00 o'clock sharp,
and Act II, 8:00 o'clock. From now
on, fines for absence or tardiness will
be doubled. Each girl is asked to
bring a list of all the properties she
will need.
Tennis and Walking Aspirants Report
All girls wishing to be squad lead-
ers for walking and tennis in connec-
tion with the spring work, will please
report to Miss Evans. Two athletic
honor points will be given for this
work.
Junior Girls Pay Tax by March .20
Jun ior girls must pay their, social
tax at once. All who have not done
so by March 20, will be reported at;
the Dean's office.1

EIMIL H. ARNOLD d
O Ptometrist- opticianl
with Arnold &: CO., JewrAiS, 220 S_ ~anS

"The Washburn,

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0 ETWOOD
A SMART COLLAR.
WITH A COMFORT-
ABLE LOW FRONT
THE o
NEW tj
RED -MAN
2 POR. 25#
T=tY'S BEST
PRoDucr
CIYNEWSI
After only about one year of opera-
tion the Stark Taxicab company, 209
W. Huron street was forced to close
their business this week, when the
Ann Arbor Taxicab company fore-
closed a chattel mortg;age for about ,
$1700 onithe former firmi.

Style' with a capital 'S" ha just arrhedithe
FORK Clothes for Young Men.

hor Taxi Co. Though not officially
stated it is thought that the business
of the Stark company will be operated
by the And Arbor Taxi people-.
J. Ii. Ortman, of this city, appeared
fore Justice John . Thomas yes-
terday to answer to a charge of ob-'
tamning money under false pretences,
The complaint to the alleged charge
was made by Ceorg& Spathelf, also
of this city. The hearing of Ortman's
case was set for April 1 and he was
released on bail of $300.
At a meeting of the sewer commit-
tee of the council of the city of Ann
Arbor, held Friday night, the city en-
gineer was authorized to proceed with
his work o1 plotting a survey and
maps of the sewer system of this city.
The work vili entail the expenditure
of from $00 t $00.. When completed
the plans will be sent to the State
Sanitary Engineer at Lansing,

Convince yourself first
that yot are setting
dependable fabrics in
clothes that are artistic,
fashionable and honest-
ly tailored by
Ed.V Price & Co.
Merchant Tailors
Chicago U. S. A.
and we'll deliver you.
clothes that are attract-
ive, shapely and of
lonk-wearinh, service.
Be measured today!
Fred W. Gross
309. ,S Main
9145S State
public has come to doubt the genuine-
ness of a farewell these days, but in
the case of Forbes-Robertson one can-
not but believe his sincerity.
Forbes-Robertson has always avoid-
ed the sensational in advertising. For
years he would not allow his portrait
to be used in bill-posting, and even
now his photographs never figure on
the bill boards. The only thing of this
nature that he permits is a lithograph,
which in itself is a handsome, digni-
fled piece of work, being a reproduc-
tion of a painting of himself by the
well known London artist, George
Harcourt.

In spite of all theories and rumors to the contrary,
will be better dressed this Spring and Sumizmer than everA
cially those who are fortunate enough to wear FITFORM.
The Spring suitings are largely in stripes, with a Vhre
and exceedingly pleasing. You will find also a generouiisl
checks if your taste runs in that direction, whilte iianc
grays, browns and tans are plentiful.
TOM CORBETT

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Now Ready For

116 E. Liberty St.

Young Men's Co

Inspachion

"Fitform is Good Form"

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POP. MATS.
Wed. & Sat.
25c to $1.00

Week Ms
Nights 25c
D E TR OIT 300 march.S
:: $1.50

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AT THE THEATERS
TODAY
Majestic-Theda Bara in "The
Serpent"
Orphieum-r-Hazel Dawn ini "My
Lady Incog."

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SPECIAL RETURN ENG AG EMENT
The Messrs. Shubert Offer America's Noted
Character Actor
MR. LOUIS M A NN
IN THE CROWNING SUCCESS OF HIS CAREER
"!T. E B U BB L-E9"
Original Cast and Production as Seen for Six Months
at the Booth Theatre, New York City
SIX NIGHTS-FIVE MATINEES
Beginning Monday Night, March 27
Daily Matinees Thereafter
THE WORLD'S .GREATEST< ENTERTAINER
H A RR Y L A U D E R
In an Entirely New Repertoire of Songs, 'Poughie, the Baker," "Come
Back, Nannie," "She Comes Frae Bonnie Scotland;i"'Rosie," "Jean, My
Jean," "Bonnie Maggie Tamsen;" and all the olil finie favorites, too. Miost
remarkable company of vaudeville stars ever assembd. Nights 5oc to $2,
Matinees 5oc to $.5o-Mail Orders Now. Seats Thursday.

The Stark company was organized Advertizers h1in Th e ichuigan Daily
with F. B. Stark and Edward Wag- are the reliable business men of the
nor, both of this city, as proprietors. city. It is to your advuntge to trade
Later Mr. Wagner withdrew from the with them, **
firm, taking a chattel mortgage, which-
he later turned over to the Ann Ar- Patronize Daily Advertizers. **
Leave Copy Leave Copy
at at
Quarr's and Students'
The DelTa Suppy Store
A DV E RT I SIN G

"The Yellow Jacket," which will
be presented by Mr. and Mrs. Coburn
at the Whitney theatre on Saturday,
March 25, approaches more nearly to
the stimulus of imagination which a
child's mind desires than any known
play. All the simple "properties," all
the "make-believes" about the boat,
the mountain, and the river are what
the happy, healthy child loves and
plays with himself. In this respect
"The Yellow Jacket" and the child'
mind seem to hold much in common.
When Sir Johnston Forbes-Robert-
son, the greatest English-speaking act
or, comes to the Whitney theatre on
Wednesday, March 22, matinee and
night, he will be seen for positively the
last time in this city. He will never
return to those cities to which he has
paid farewell. Theatrical farewells
have been so much abused that the

At the Majestic
Monday night at the Majestic thea-
ter, another one of those popular Keith
programs of vaudeville will be pre-
sented. The patrons of the Majestic
are to get the first chance at the re-
vival of one of Lincoln J. Carter's
"mellers." "The Heart of Chicago,"
which has been condensed into a 20-
minute sketch, will be the offering.
The fact that the Shuberts paid to
Mr. Carter $500 per week for the use
of one effect in the play, the approach.-
ing locomotive, used in the "Honey-
moon Express," is an evidence of its
worth. "The Heart of Chicago" is
filled with sensationalism, but none
so exciting and original as the engine
seen far down the track approach-
ing the footlights at a seeming speed
of fifty miles an hour and is stop-
and whistle blowing, just when the au-
(Continued on Page Six)

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ONYX - Granite ware

LOST

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LOST-Small purse near Whitney the-
ater Saturday afternoon. Finder
please call 1S69-J. mar19
WANTED.
WA NTED-Hustling salesman for
summer work. No house to house
canvassing necessary. Naturally ad-
vertised goods. Liberal profits. Call
Herman Schmidt. 450-J. mar19
WANTED-Student to share suite at
1000 E. Wash. One block north of,
campus. Price very reasonable.1
894-R. mar19

-Students going East spring vaca-
tion to Buffalo, Rochester, Sy racuse.,
Abary. New York, Springfied and
Boston, who wish to take advantage
ofrty re, s 1. A at In-
formation de in Reading Ro&.m, Al-
umni Memotlid I lall, l:!-4 rnd :5-10 p.
m. or phone '2-M mar19

We Carry This;Lime
No better graniteware made,yet the pice is 4xtremely low
you want a kettle or something in granite- try the ON
is hard baked and stands the wear. The largest assortr
HOME goods,
Hoag's Home Supply Store
209-211.E. WashingtonSt

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You Don't Have To Purchase
Any Extra Attachments to Cet the
BEST RESULTS FROM THE VICTOR VICTROLA.

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ATTENTION 1916 Laws. Must sacri-
ilee established law businc ss, in-
eluding library and ofice furniture,
in live City of 5,000 in Michigan.
Address Box 1 ', Michigan Da ily of-
fie.

The World's Famous ARTISTS Make Reoords for
.The Victor Victrola-Only
Try Our Twenty-four Hour Approval Plan

Call Lyidon for goed pictures.
Try Hixson's new stag lunch. 512
Williams St.
Don't fail to see our pictures df the
Michigan Union Opera. Daines &
Nickels.

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Dntfail to e-11 je' luoesr
Michigan Union Opera.. D)i
Nickels.
Advertizers iu The -
are the reliable business men
city. It is to yo.ur advantage to
Avit t.,U 4L.'

Grinnell Bros.

116 South Main St.
Phone1707

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