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THE MICHIGAN

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- FOR A SUGGESTION -
The above will be given to
the party handing in the best
two word slogan for our bus-
iness. All slogans must be
handed in not later than
Tuesday, April 4, at 6 p. #
Anyone can compete.
odman Bros.
Mlentio CLEAN ERS Odorless
202 S. STATE ST.

Thursday evening, April 6. The play
is described as a pleasi:g mixture of
light comedy and serioi. drama, with
almost a suspicion of ti e tragic. The
action revolves around a period in the
life of Bunker Bean, a serious-minded
yount- stenographer who gains unex-
pected self-reliance and strength
through a belief that he is the rein-
carnation not only of Napoleon Bona-
parte, but also of Ram-Tah, a powerful
Egyptian king of ancient times. The
newly found confdence in himself
transforms Bunker into an energetic
business man, so sure of himself that
success follows him in business and,
with the assistance of his sweetheart,
,in love. The four acts all have to do
with Bunker during his state of trans-
ition.

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GOOD HATS

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T THE THEATERS
TODAY
lajestic - Marguerite Fields'
"Wife or Affinity" (matinee)
I "The Law of the Land"

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-Francis X. Bushman
'Vot at ^ n"

hurst and has been running for near-
ly a year in New York. In this play
Mr. Broadhurst shows the human and
not the legal side of "The Law of the
Land."
Whitney Theatre
Harry Lauder, the eminent Scot-
tish comedian, who will be seen here
at the Whitney theatre, Wednesday,
April 5, has attained to the proud
honor of writing some of his country's
songs, and "Tipperary" is by no means
the only air that has spurred men
on in action or helped them forget the
fatigue of long tramps to the front.
It appears that most of the Scottish
regiments, and even some of the Eng-
lish ones as well, have gone into ac-
tion to the strains of Lauder's homely
ballads.
Taylor Holmes
After a remarkable engagement of
six solid months at the Cort theatre,
Chicago, Taylor Holmes in "His Ma-
jesty Bunker Bean,". will be shown
to the patrons of the Whitney theatre

ARMORY IN READINESS FOR 1918
LIT DANCE THIS AFTERNOON
This afternoon the soph lit class
will hold its big informal party of
the year at the Armory. Shook's J-
Hop orchestra fr'om Detroit will fur-
nish the music, and the Armory has
been elaborately decorated for the
big underclass event. Tickets are on
sale by members of the committee.
and may be also purchased at the Un-
ion or at the door for 50 cents.
GIRLS IOH ) GYMNASTIC
DRILL FOR SCHOOLMASTERS
The annual girls' gymnastic demon-
stration for the Michigan School-
masters' club held yesterday after-
noon was carried out with a great
deal of spirit and showed the results
of very careful drilling. The fresh-
man classes, the playground class,
the advanced dancing class, and two
of the class basketball teams took
part in the program.
1"ev* Douglas Speaker at 17E Assembly'
Rev. Lloyd C. Douglas, of the Con-
gregational church, was the speaker
at the junior assembly yesterday. An-
nouncement was made to the effect
that all those who as yet have not
filled out cards regarding the honor
system must do so before tonight,
These cards may be obtained from
the offices of the Engineering society.
Look over the Michigan .daily Ad-
vertisements. They will interest,
you. **

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more and more every time you put it on your head, because it is hand-
made, hand tailored and made to fit. The hats we make are not
ordinary stock hats bought by clothing dealers months before they
know what the styles are to be.
Styles That Are
Really Right
That is what we have for you, because we make them all the time.
They are not merely different, they are correct. They are the styles
found in the largest exclusive hat stores of the country which cater to
the discriminating buyer.

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MADE FOR YOU

Frederick

'Spring Hat'Now
Our Spring styles are now ready for your inspection. Our $3.oo hat
gives you the quality usually sold for $4.oo; we have others at $2.-50
and $2.co. We make hats to your order without any extra charge.
FACTORY HATSTORE
W.W. MANN, Proprietor

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Majestic
fternoon at the Majestic the-
special performance is being
r women only. The attrac-
be "Wife or Affinity?" This
by George Broadhurst. To-
nd Saturday matinee, "The
the Land" will be presented.
latest play by George Broad-

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shades. Now is the time to get your new Spring

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We have a full line of the famous

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but come to the "College Floor," where you may be certain to procure it. Everything
new shown here as soon as it's out; plenty of the popular blue serges or flannels;
twists in plain and striped effects; grays; other genteel colors In pencil stripes.' All
the best makers including the famous oCtCt IJ tanl are represented.
Suit prices, $20 to $35.

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Light Store

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