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May 05, 1920 - Image 4

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in the Gothamite, the pub-
of the University of Michigan
New York.

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4G & EMBOSSING
n old plate.. . . . . . . . .$2.00
new plate, from....... $3.00 up
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). M'RRILL
17 NICKELS ARCADE

amping in the REAL Woods
ig, Fishing and Canoe Trips
ndian Guides in the Won-
rful Timagami Country
ALL 652-M AFTER 7:30 P. M.

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MEN'S

CORDOVAN

lruce--?ionates
Aigator :Jttascot
Although mascots are not an unus-
ual thing at Michigan, still an alli-
gator for a mascot is rather out of the
ordinary. Helen Newberry residence
is the proud possessor of "Bruce."
(He is named after the donor, we are
told). He is six inches long and
makes his home in a specimen jar,
where he -eems quite content to live
on small pieces of raw meat, and
spend his time in sleeping. Bruce ar-
rivqd only Tuesday morning,, but al-
ready he seems quite charmed with
his new home, especially his mistress-
es. .
CLASSICAL CLUB
PLAY ANNOUNCED
"Helen's Husba'nd" is the play chos-
en for the annual Classical club pro-
duction td be presented Friday even-
ing, May 14, in Sarah Caswell Angell
hall. The play will be followed by a
dance.
Thcast has ;been chosen from
members of the Classical club. Helena,
queen of Sparta, is represented by
Lyda Rideout, '23, with Geraldine
Brasie, '21, supporting her in the ca-
pacity of Tsumu, her maid. W. Keith
Chidester, '20, takes the part of Mene-
laus, king of Sparta, and, Robert
Tubbs, '22, is Analytikos, is secre-
tary. The king's rival lover in the
person of Paris of Troy, is played by
Herold C. Hunt, '23. Mr. George
Wildner is directing the production.
The' play comes from the pen of
Philip Moeller.
There will be a reheardl of Acts
III and IV of "The New LadyBan-
tock" at 7 o'clock this evening in
Barbour gymnasium. All members
of the cast are requested to come
promptly by the director. .
Mpperlass 'baseball practice hours
at Palmer "field are as follows:Sen-
fors, 4 o'clock Tuesday and Thurs-
day; Juniors, 5 o'clock Tuesday and
Thursday.
Less than 30 Junior Girls' play
scores remain to be sold. These can
be obtained at Helen Newberry resi-
dence.
All members of the University Girls'
Glee club who expect to take the Jack-
so" trip, Friday evening, May 7,are
requested to be present at the re-
hearsal at 4:30 o'cliock Wednesday
afternoon in Barbour gymnasium.
The schedule for Wednesday's base-
ball gameq, in the inter-house 'tour-
nament is as kllows:4 *1 Beta Phi vs.-
Kappa Kappa Gamma at 4 o'clock
Wednesday at Palmer. field; Martha
Cool vs. Newberry residence at 6
o'clock Wedesday at Palmer field;
Hall House vs.- Caryatides. at 5
o'clock Wednesday at the field 'across
from Barbour gymnasium.
All girls interested in entering the
Spring tennis tournament should sign
up for it in Barbotir gymnasium not
later than Friday, May 7..
PUBLIC SPEAKHNG CLASSES
WILL HOLD STORY HOURS
Classes in story telling in the de-
'artment of public speaking are to

have open story hours for children,
according to a statement from R. K.
Immel, insructor in Oratory, yester-
day..
The story hour will be. at 4 o'clock
every Tuesday and Thursday after-
noon in Loom 302 Mason hall, begin-
ning today.
The hour, will be, free, to all chil-
dren and to those 'parents who are
interested in the work. Children

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Large well known brokerage com-
pany selling food staples in volume
to wholesale trade will consider em-
ployment of several graduates inter-'
ested in entering business life and as-
sociating themselves premanently with
reliable concern offering exceptional
opportunities for growth and advance-
ment. Must be clean cut, high grade,
active minded type. Highest refer-
ences required. Application@ not fully
stating business experience, if any,
also education, age, home address, and
when services available, will not be
considered. Address in own handwrit-
ing, Box M. X., Mich. Daily.-Adv.
Brief Cases, Music Folios
Student Cases

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MOTHERS' DAY, SUNDAY, M
Mother Deserves the Best

Home

Lunch. and Dinner Per Week

That means you should

Guaranteed goodesare
your protection.
Iosist on the original
Sold by all Reliable
Dealer#.

honor her with

Trade mark
Of quality

BETSY ROSS CANDIES

LIFTON MFG. 80s, New York

Our own pack in special

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MOTHERS' DAY BOXES
GLASS TOP BOXES

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DE LUXE SILK BOXES AND BAGS

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Men-Hats are high; your last
season's hat cleaned and re-
blocked into this season's shape,
with a new band, will look like
new and save you five or ten
dollars. We do only high class
work. Factory Hat Store, 617
Packard St. Phone 1792.

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From the cheapest that is good to
the most elegant you ever saw

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Your graduation not complete
without good photographs to
give your friends.
Phone 604-W for appoint.
mnt.
SPEDDIXQ GSTUDIO

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BETSY ROSS

SHOP

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lent Just Received
a Oxfords we ever had the pleasure of
t is an exact reproduction of the style.
n; soles, heavy single, which means
finish, insoles, heel-lining and tongues
utside quality:
-ice, $15.60
Comparison at Any Price

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BOOT
SHOP'

115 So..Main St.

A CAP
WITH EVERY SPORT SUIT
THAT Y O U ORDER
I WILL GIVE
,ACAP,
MADE OF'THE
SAME MATERIAL THAT.
THE SUIT IS - MADE OF
THESE SUITINGS COST LESS THAN "READY-MADE" CAR-
MENTS AND ARE REAL ALL-WOOL GOODS. FURTHER-
MORE, YOU HAVE THE SATISFACTION OF KNOWING
THAT YOURS WAS TAILORED FOR YOU AND YOU ONLY.
IN OTHER WORDS YOU ARE ASSURED OF A GOOD FIT.
Come in and pich out your favorite cloth
and the style of badt that you like best.
"ART" MARQUARDT
608 EAST LIBERTY STREET

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Quatryls and
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WANTED

te- WANTED-Students during summer
en to work for an old reliable company.
St. Men in former years have found
for emiployment very satisfactory. Sal-
ary guarantee to married men. Ad-
dress Box G. M., care Daily.

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left outside the Wa
door. Finder plea
night at Packard,

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WANTED-Men to sell real estate in a
town which has grown up over
night. Can be sold in any part of.
the U. S. Open only to experienced
salesmen. Apply in writing, Box
C. B., Michigan Daily.

THE QUALITY OF

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b bar pin.

eap-A complete Dent-
no use for same, ac-
of owner. Address
ers, 720 Main St., St.
gan.
"e you going to buy
idebaker this spring?
orfor sale''at a bar-

WANTED-Two medical student de-
sire suite for next year. Preferably
North or East' of Campus. Phone
Haefhill, 921 between 6 and 7 P. M.,
daily.
WANTED-To purchase second-hand
typewriter, L. C. Smith or Under-
wood preferred. Call Pennoyer at
668-R.
WANTED-To buy a good second-
h and mandolin.. Call 2189-W after
7 P. M.
XISELLAWEOUS
PARTY WHO took instruments from
overcoat in Union coat room, Mon-
day, dinner hour, was seen an'd rec-
ognized by friend of owner. If not
hands of Daily by Thursday mid-
night, arrest and prosecution.
CALL PACKAGE express. Parcels de-
livered to any part of the city.
Phone 1981-W.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Four room apartment
and bath. Completely 'furnished,
silverware, china and linen. Will
rent to responsible party for four
months beginning- June 1. Address
Box Q. X., 'care Daily.

,from the' ages of 5
cdally welcomed at
hours.

to 10 are espe-
the story telling

Has been carefully maintained for thirty-

The

ALE-17 foot canoe, complete
pAddles, cushions,Af. 'Used
season. Price $75.00. Call
between 4 and 5 P. M.
LE-14 room house. Excell-
cation for roomers ,or fratern-
)ne block from campus. 1002
,shington.
ALE-Harley-Davidson, Twin..
Io model. Fully equipped.

Two Teachers In Bryn Mawr Seniors
BY a recent vote taken among the
seniors at Bryn Mawr college, scien-
tie research work was foundt be
the most popular' vocation. Social
work stood next, architecture third,
and Journalism fourth. Only twQ
girls in the entire class are expect-
ing to become teachers.
Junior Girl Announces Engagement
Announcement of the engagement
of Eleanor Stephenson, '21, to Ed-
ward Peacock, ex-'21, was made Mon-
day night at the Alpha Phi house.
Miss Stephenson took the part of
Krantz in the Junior Girls' play,
Patricia Passes.
The Daily contains the latest A -
elated Press News.-Adv.

CONNOR TRADEMARK is your protection and assures
you of a deliciously wholesome product that contains the
highest food value.

ASK FOR IT

AT. YOUR FAVORITE FOUNTAINI

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