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May 05, 1920 - Image 6

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that placed their orders with
George J. Moe on North University
avenue have arrived and are now
ready for distribution.
Art exhibition open daily from 2 to
5 o'clock at Memorial hall.
Meeting of property and stage com-.
mittee of Masques Wednesday at
5 o'clock'in Barbour gymnasium.
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Bittee Alumni association, will talk to the
build- members and will bring up the mat-
ter of subscribing to tpe Michigan
Alumnus, which can be secured at the
ets in reduced rate when the diploma fee is
Lane paid this month. The important mat-
ter of appointing a class committee
lee- with an Alumni secretary-treasurer,
audi- as chairman and two others will al-
For- so be taken up at the next mgeeting.'
aissed This man will play a big part in
keeping up a close relation between
n UL the class of '20 and the school after
graduation.I
ng in Plans for the class play, ,which is
to be given the Tuesday of Com-
b in mencement week, have not been
completed as yet by the Union, who
Lane are in charge of the affair. However,
. re- all senior men who have any ability
were urged to get out and make it a
ihmen success, when they are called on.
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'23E PLAN PARTY !
ON FRIDAY MAY 141
Plans are being completed for a
freshman' engineer spring dance to be
held Friday, May 14, at the Michigan
Union. The affair, which will be
semi-formal, is limited to 200 cou-
ples. The grand march will begin
.promptly at 9 o'clock to the strains
of Sandy Wilson's 10 piece orches-
tra
Chaperons for the event will be
Dean 'M. E. and Mres. Cooley, Prof. F.
P. Jordan and .Dean Jordan, Prof. W.
G. Hoad and Mrs. Fload, Prof. L. R.
Strauss. and Mrs. Strauss.
The committee in charge is, Frank
L. Tennent, '23E, chairman, Charles
E. Proctor, '23E, J. S. Ross, '23E, Bert
E. Uebele, '23E, Robert E. i6yment,
'23E.
Announcements concerning the sale
of tickets and other-particulars will
be given out at the freshman engi-
neer assembly this morning at 11
o'clock.
Fine sport coats-Grey, blue, heath-
er and brown. Wild & Co., 311 S.
State St.-Adv.
For quality shoe repairing and rea-
sonable prices see H. 0, Dieterle, 343
So. Main St.-Adv.
Private Dancing Lessons or Class
Instruction. Phone M. L. Moses,
1666-J.-Adv.

We call for and deliver your shoe
repairing at no extra charge, Diet-
erle's, 343 So. Main St.-Adv.
The Daily's specialty is service to
evervon.-Adv.

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Have You Heard the4
May Records?
This latest Victor list is particularly rich in beautiful
Red Seal selections, these famous artists being repre-
sented this month: ELMAN, ' GALLI-CURCI, GARRI-
SON, BESANZONI, de GOGORZA, JOHNSON, KINILER,
PHILADPHIA ORCHESTRA, WERRENRATH.
Two new musical organizations are also presentd-
Palace Trio, playing "I'llS ee You in C-U-B-A," fox-
trot, and Wiedoeft-Wadsworth Quartet playing "The
Crocodile," fox-trot. "Karavan,'= "When You're Alone,"
"Left All Alone Again Blues" and "Whose Baby Are
You?"'and other delightful dance numbers.
Then, there are several songs, numerous and senti-
mental sol6, duets and trios, by favorite Victor singers.
The Vjctor list of Records, always unrivalled, grows
better each month l
Phone Orders - 1707 - Promptly Filled - Better
still, come in and let us play for you.
GRtINNELL BROS.
116 South Main Street
ANN ARBOR

of style is designing abil-
ity. Our workmanship is
a matter gf exacting specifications
religiously followed each season, to
maintain our standard. Society
Brand Clothes do not just-happen to have better
style, fit and finish. They are th6 result of an
organization inspired by an ideal.
' WITH THE VARIED GRADES OF CLOTHING FLOODING
THE MARKET, LOOK FOR THE LABEL AS YOUR GUIDE
ALFRED DECKER a COHN, Makers SOCIETY BRAND CLOTHES, Limited, for Cgnada
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