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March 22, 1919 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-03-22

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production that shows here, because of
the excellent book, tuneful music, and
skilful coaching of E. Mortimer
Shuter.
Women of the University bought a
large share of the tickets yesterday at
Barbour gymnasium.
HEART TROUBLE CLAIMS PROF.
STEELE, WELL KNOWN HIERE'

IF-

you leant to try
something dif-
ferent, try our

Vanilla or Chocolate
Cream - Nut
C armels

Prof. A. J. Steele, for over 40 years
connected with Le Moins Normal In-
stitute of Memphis, Tenn., died of
heart trouble Friday evening at his
home, 820 F. Kingsley street. Profes-
sor Steele had been a resident of Ann
Arbor for five years and~a.though not
connected with the University, had a
large acquaintance among the faculty.

They 're made in our olrn shop
Fountain of Youth
Corne r State and Liberty

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Stewards Attention
Do you buy Butterine for your table? If so,
It will pay you to Investigate the quality of

Golf Suits

Riding 1Breeches

we sell

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DI.F. GRIENNAN
Custom Tailor Original Designs
SNow Open for Business
14 Nickels Arcade

it to you at less than wholesale prices,.
It is the bast Pim.. of goods we ever bought

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THE UNIVERSITY

590 Suits 300 Shoes
590 Pants
I willipay $i to $10 for
men's second hand suits

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Dresses, Waists,

ladies Clothing.
Shirts, Hats, Shoes

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CALL MoE UP AND LET ME QUOTA PRICES
Claude Brown
SECOND-HAND STORE

120 N. FOURTH A VE.

PHONE 2601

For detailed information address the Dean of that
School or College of the University in which you
are specially interested, or the Secretary of the
University, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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Ann Arbor -May Festival
SIX CONCERTS-MAY 14, 15, 16, 17
FOUR DAYS OF MUSIC
SOPRANOS
ROSA PON8IELLE.
Prima donna Metropolitan Opera Company
ANNA IITZIU
Prima donna Chicago Opera Company
LOTS MNJOHNSTON
The Pride of Detroit
CONTRALTOS
LOUISE HOMER
Prima donna Metropoiitan Opera Company
MERLE ALCOICK
Distinguished American Artist
MINEXVA KOMINARSKI
Splendid Polish Artist
TENORS
FER.NANDO CARPI
Metropolitan and Chicago Opera Companies
ARLTHUR HACKETT
American Artist of Note
BARITONES
EMILIO de.GOGORZA
Eminent Spanish Artist
ROBERT R. DIETERLES
An Ann Arbor Favorite
BASSES
ANDRES deSEGxUROLA
Metropolitan Opera Company
GUVSTAF HOLM QVIST
A Festival Favorite
INSTRUMENTALISTS
OSSIP GABRILOIWITSCH
Noted Pianist Conductor
CHARLLES M. lCOVRBROIN
Belgian Organist
ORGANIZATIONS
CHI1CAGO SYMPHONY
OUIRCHES TRWA
Frederick Stock, Conductor
CHORAL WORKS
VNIVOWSITY CHORAL UNION
Albert A. Stanley, Conductor
"eFaust"~ (Gounod), "Ode to Mlusic" (Hadley),
"Fair Land of Freedom" (Stanley)
TICKETS-MAIL ORDERS for tickets new being received will be filled
In order of receipt, $4.50, $5.00,k$.600.,$7.00. (if cover coupon is returned
deduct $3.00)

We are showing these suits in elegant
fabrics and the styles are correct to the

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Home of Hart, Schaffner& Marx Clothing
S. W. Corner of Mfain & Washington Sts.

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VAN'S LUNCH Formerly FOR THE BEST HAMBURGERS, 1116 So. University Avenue

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