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April 02, 1916 - Image 5

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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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THE THEATERS
TODAY

Majestie - Vivian
"Merely Mary Ann."

Martin in

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Orpheum-Theodore Roberts in
"Pudd'nhead Wilson."
Rae-Thomas A. Wise in "Blue
Grass."
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Scientific Apparatus, Analytical Chemicals.
Glassware and Instruments
The Eberbach & Son Co.
Manufacturers and Importers
2+00-204 E.. Liberty St.

Harry Lauder at the Whitney
Harry Lauder, the great Scottish
comedian who will be seen here on
Wednesday, April 5, Whitney theatre,
has been a busy man since he re-
turned to England in December last.
He went there primarily to see his
only son, John, who was about to leave
for the front, and who, having been
wounded three times is now captain
in the Argyle and Sutherland High-
landers, and has just gone back for
the third time for duty in France, but
while there Harry was appointed re-
cruiting sergeant in his country's
service and organizing a band of 15
pipers, he toured England and Scot-
land, paying out of his own pocket all
the expenses of the band, and through
his eloquent speeches got thousands of
young men to enlist under their coun-
try's banner.
At the Majestic
"Merely Mary Ann," with Vivian
Martin, Michigan's movie star, in the
title role, will be at the Majestic Sun-
day. Mary Ann is leading the care-
free existence of the average small
girl in the average small town when
her mother dies and leaves her in
poverty. She herself openly declares
her unwillingness to be an object of
charity, and her family pastor casts
about for some occupation for her.
He finally decides that the Big City
will offer Mary the most ready means
of self-support, and secures for her
employment as a maid in a Big City
boarding house, but she soon loses her
position.
With Lancelot, a student musician,
she casts her lot, for the time being,
they bothbeingunemployed. Her
brother dies, leaving her a fortune,
and she is taken away. The student
becomes a famed composer, and later
they meet and marry.
Vaudeville Again
The Majestic theater will return to
its old policy Monday night of giving
two shows at night at 7:30 and 9:00
o'clock, and vaudeville as the attrac-
tion. The bill will be headed by Tro-
vato, the eccentric violinist, who will
create an absolute sensation.
Another big time headliner on the
bill is Edward Blondell and Co., the
famous comedian, in "The Lost Boy."
Together with a pretty blond girl the
ludicrous Ed keeps his audience in a
continual uproar of laughter.
Van and Belle, the boomerang birds,
have one of the most novel offerings
in the varieties.
Connors and Witt call themselves
"Melodious Monarchs of Songland,"
and they are some entertainers.
The Anchor Trio are wonderful ac-
robatsand their offering is out of the
ordinary.
Y.I.C.A. President Talks at Portland
Louis Reimann, '16, president of the
university Y. M. C. A., is in Portland+
today in the interest of the "Y" work.
Reimann will give a talk on the gen-
eral theme of clean athletics at aI
conference which is being held in
that city.

A "Probable " Candi-
date
One thing in favor of Senator
Root is his immaculate appear-
ance--mind you, we're not talk-
ing "politics" now.
Every successful man, is, as
a rule. careful of his personal
appearance.
The advantage of having us
tailor your clothes to order is
that you get all the newness
and refinements-of metropolitan
dress at an economical price.
Ask the men we clothe!
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The Great
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FOR ME
Style with a capital "5" has just arriv
FORM Clothes for Young Mega.
Now Ready
I nspectioi
In spite of all theories and rumors to1
will be better dressed this Spring and Summ
cially those who are fortunate enough to wea
The Spring suitings are largely in stripes
and exceedingly pleasing. You will find also
checks if your taste runs in that direction
grays, browns and tans are plentiful.

Spring
N
ed in the person of FIT-
For
the contrary, young men
er than ever before, espe-
ir FITFORM.
s, with a variety enormous
.a generous sprinkling of
i, while fancy fabrics in

Announcing-
New Spring Suits
R-B. Fashisn Clothes $15 to $25
They came in on a rush-New Oxford Greys,
"Banjo" stripes, and blues. All wool, of course.
Advance spring models. You want to look them
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, $1.50 to $5
You'll like the Manhattan spring shirts. Take
a look at the new "lattice" pattern. Silks and
madras. French and stiff cuffs.
THE BIG a co-o
T .'ee

TOM CORBETT

116 E. Liberty St.

Young Men's Clothier

309 S. Main St

- 814 S. State St.

"Fitform Is Good Iorm"

We grind lenses.

EMIL H. ARNOLD
Optometrist-(O"sptician
with Arnold S- Co., Jewelers, 220 S. AMain St I

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FASTsT NRAVERS w- THE WE

- Spring Togs-
Dress Up When Going
Home For Spring
Vacation
SHIRTS - TIES - GLOVES
HOSIERY
RAINCOATS - UMBRELLAS

ADli iONAL SPORT
FRESH DIAMOND SQUAD OUT
Sixty Aspirants Answer First Call of
Season for Gym Practice
An initial workout was held yester-
day for the benefit of candidates for
the All-Fresh baseball squad. About
60 aspirants responded to the first call
for work in Waterman gym, and more
are expected to turn out later, as over
one hundred men signed up for work
at the meeting of candidates held sev-
eral days ago, and it is assumed that
all of these men were not aware of
the practice held yesterday.
Daily workouts will be held next
week in Waterman gym from 1:00 to
3:00 o'clock and those men who have
a class at either hour are expected
to come out at the other time. It is
doubtful whether outdoor practice will
be held before the vacation but the
squad may get out for one or two days.
MUST SIGN UP THIS WEEK
AT "Y" FOR EASTER POSITIONS
All university men who wish em-
ployment during spring vacation must
sign up some time this week at the "Y"
office. Philip Lovejoy, employment
secretary, will be in his office every
afternoon this week from 12:30 to
5:00 o'clock.
Only about half as many men have
signed, up for summer work this year

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Pori. Mats.
Wed. & Sat.
~5c to $1.1w0

GARRICK
D ETR O IT

Week April 2
Nights
50c to $2.00

Direct from Its Successful New oYrk Engagement
JOAN CORT Presents
VICTOR HERBERT'S LATEST MUSICAL TRIUMPH
"THE PRINCESS PAT"
With ELEANOR PAINTER
Original Cast, Ensemble and Orchestra
Prima Donna Pre-eminent
Book and Lyrics by Henry Blossom. Staged by Fred G. Latham
The High Record for Success
THE CAST: Sam B. Hardy, David Quixano, Al Shean, Leonora Novasio.
Alexander Clark, Eva Fallon, Robert Ober,. Louis Casavant, Martin
Haydon, Ralph Riggs and Katharine Witchie.
Six Months at the Cort Theater, New York
Among Other Glorious Achievements Detroit "Discovered"
TAYLOR HOLMES
In HIS MAJESTY
BUNKER BEAN
This "Little Old Last Year's" Successful Combination
Comes back to the Garrick Week of April 10
Better than Before and More Fun. Seats Selling.

Varsity Toggery Shop
1107 South University Avenue

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Our Victor Record
Trial Service
Has been a great benefit
To Many Victrola Owners!
A trial of this service will convince you
Grinnell Bros. 116 S. Main S

as last, and unless the men get busy
and place their names with the em-
ployment secretary within the next
few weeks there will be- a great num-
ber who will be disappointtd in June.
CLAUDE BRAGDON, ARCHITECT
AND WRITER, TO LECTURE
Claude Bragdon, a well known ar-
chitect and writer of Rochester, N. Y.,
will lecture in the west lecture room
of the Physics building on both aft-
ernoon a-nd evening of April 5. At
4:15 o'clock, Mr. Bragdon will lec-
ture on "Organic Architecture," and
at 8:00 oclock lhe will speak on "Art
and Geometry." The evening lecture
vill be illustrated in part with Lumiere
lantern slides. -
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A Good Record
The Provident Life and Trust Com-
pany has been conducted in- accord-
ance with the idea that Life Insurance
is a sacred trust. and the best man-
agement that which secures perman-
ence, unquestioned safety", moderate
cost of insurance, fair and liberal
treatment of policy-holders, and which
best adapts plans of insurance to the
needs of the insurer. That the com-
pany has not been excllled in accomp-
lishing these results is a matter of
record. Larry acher. 516 E. Madi-
son St Phone 735-It. apr~

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