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1,000 COPIES OF OPERA SCORE
AND POPULAR PIECES PRINTED
Anticipating the success of "Come
On, Dad," 1,000 copies of the score
were printed. The same number of
prints were also ordered of the four
most popular pieces: "Come On, Dad,"
"My Lover," "Marry Me, Mary," and
"Romance."
Reports of the number of copies
sold have not yet been turned in, but
it is estimated by opera officials that
the sales have been equal to those of
former years.

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At Our Big Neckwear Values
at Seventy-five cents

GOOD FRIDAY SERVICES
IN ANN ARBOR C6HURSHEIS
A Good Friday service to which the
public is invited will be held at 3:30
this afternoon at the First Congrega-
tional church.
The musical part of this service,
which promises to be most impressive,
will be Stainer's oratorio, "The Cruci-
fixion," sung by a chorus choir under
the direction of Professor Earl V.
I Moore.,
The minister of the church, Rev.
Lloyd C. Douglas, will give the ad-
dress. His topic will be , "Lifted Up."
It is planned that the entire service
will last one hour.
The interest shown in the Good Fri-
day service at the Congregational
church last year has made it seem very
desirable to continue this as an an-
nual event in this church. Prepara-
tions have been made to make this
year's service, more notable than that
of a year ago.
It is announced that the doors of the
church will be opened at 3:15 and
closed promptly at 3:35. after which
time there will he no admittance.

AUTOMOBIE STORAGE
BY DAY, WEEK OR MONTH
We have a new three story building where, if requested,
cars can be removed from the first floor. This is the maximum
insurance against their being molested or bumped into by the
usual garage traffic.
UNITED STATES TIRES LUBRICATING OILS
STAEBLER A1 SONS
Service Station 209-211 S. Ashley Phone 686
REG OAKLAND DORT AUTOMOBILES
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SPECIALS
at the Millinery Parlors of

STATE STREET STORE

STEVENS & PERSHING,

618 PACKARD
NEAR STATE.,

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23 E. LIBERTY ST.

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Make the Man
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MARQUARDT SUIT
Certainly helps
We guarantee both woolens
and workmanship
Sea Us Today
6Art" Marquardt
Campus Tailor
f608 E. Liberty

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10:30--Morning services.
8:00--" the Crucifixion" will
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7:30- -1venIng service,

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WHITNEY THEATRE
THURSDAY APRIL 24

Golf Suits

Riding Vreeches

D.iE. GRENNAN

Custom Tailor

Oigi al Designs

Now Open for Business

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Those enuine
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ies by tei'ian Church
7:30-,Bvening service with sermon
by the Rev, L. A. Esrrett. "Jesus, the
Master."
FEW ABSENCES IN
PAST TWO WEEKS
With the exception of absences caus-
ed by Jewish students who had re-
mained at home for the pass-over dur-
ing the first few days of this week,
the attendance committees in the va-
rious colleges of the University report
that absences during the week preced-
ing and that following the April vaca-
tion were at a minimum.
But few excuses other than for sick-
ness were made by those students who
had been absent during this time.
Though the greater majority of stu-
dents understand and comply with the
attendance rules, there are still some
who have failed to account for their
absences,. according to the commit-
tees. This is 4ue, it is thought, to a
misun4erstanding of the rules on the
part of the unusually large number of
new students wh~o entered at the be-
ginning of the second semester.
As all absences must be acoounted
for, students are asked to read and
comply with the rules which are post-
ed on the bulletin boards in the Uni-
versity buildings,

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Prices: Lower Floor 81.50-$2.00 Balcony S1-$1.50 Gallery 75c
SEAT SALE TUESDAY MORNING

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PIPES

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EASTER SHOWING

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Military or Naval Service

of the Country

The Faculty of the Law School df the University of Michigan
has arranged aspecial course for the Summer Session of 1919 and
the first semester of.the year 1919-1920, in which course the stu-
dent is allowed to carry an amount of work slightly in excess of
the normal amount and thus gain the equivalent of a year of
credit. The saving of time for students who may be discharged
from the army or navy before June 23 will thus be considerable
and of great importance in aiding them to secure early admis-
sion to the bar. The course will include all subjects of the reg-
ular curriculum and will be given in the regular way by the Law
School Staff.
Students desiring to take advantage of this course must pre-
sent official evidence of their military or naval service.
For particulars address the Dean of the University of Michi-
gan Law School, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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FO SALE
FOR SALE-Cover coupon for
festival, $1.50. Phone 1702 .
7:30 p. m.

May
after

FOR SALE--Cap and gown, all wool,
used only once; $4.75. 110 North In-
galls.
FOR SALE-One guitar and case. Call
1118-W after 7:30.
FOR SALE - C-Saxaphone. Phone
1038-M.
FOUND
FOUND-A heavy gold class ring.
Any one proving property can have
same by identification at Tinker's
& Co.

LOST
LOST - In Waterman Gymnasium,
evening of April 4th, a Delta Upsil-
on Badge, in pearls, engraved on
back: "H. H. Perry, '16." Finder
kindly return to 1331 Hill street.
LOST-Gamma Phi Beta sorority pin.
Name Frances E. Weimer. Phone
2:76-J.
LOST - A young female Airedale,
Finder please return to 1223 Hill,
or phone 188. Reward.
LOST-Let the Daily Sad that lost
article. Use these columns.
WANTED
WANTED-Ten men and women to
earn $400 or more thi summer. Ad-
dress Lady care of Daily before Fri-
day night.
WANTED- The Michigan Daily will
gratify all your wants. You can
reach everyone through this column.

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NISCELLAJIOUS
qT-Several high-grade type-
0 .D. Morrill, 17 Nickels
4G-Spanish and French. Ad-
utor, care of Daily.

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