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ANN ARBOR CHOP SUE Y
Excellent CHOP SUEY from
11:30 a. nm. to midniht
Steaks and Chops 314 *S. tate

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son, K. H. Buttars, M. R.Coleman, E.
H. Nicholson, J. E. Burns.
and F. H. Carlton, H. W. Scott, G. O.'
ld. Wallace, L. D. Wright, J. D. Peterson,
prat- J. Bowers, H. J. Conroy, F. C. Orens,
call- a. S. Gillette, W. Paynter,FW. C.Nay-
'or, M. E. Hanna, J. E. Defley, D. C.
rsity Sutherland, K., Potter, N. Guggen-
Sci- heim, J. S. Marks, G. H. Cannon, B.
F. Fruehauf.
from The sophomore Iightweight men
are: C. Harch, H. G. Lustfield, A. L.
the Gleason, I. F. Graham, C. H. Trues-
W. N. dell, M. R.tKlippel, L. M. Anderson
B. K. Swartz, R. G. Lindeman, H. J.
mon- Michalske, C. B. Kinney, J. L. Purcell,
R. J. Gooper, E. Halsey, E. Harbeck,
As In W. F. Dietrich, E. D. Bartley, E. H.
Earhart, K. M. Lord, L. G. McElhase,
the R. F. Wieneke, R. Wilson, J. W. Lamp-
ton, D. J. Jones, V. N. Tracy, E. H.
S in Hoffman, D. M. Coburn, R, A. Nugent,
ience R. E. Hyslop, F. D. Ellis, T. H. Miller,,
L. VanBoven, K. L. Lepard, A. H.i
will Steele, A. M. roodison, F. J. Ren-
oker; shaw, C. ,l. Madden, D. C. Lamb, T.
e in- G. Finzel and S. W. Vincent.
meets Softrcoloringsand blended tones in
tapestries are some of the essentials}
in wall paper. C. H. Major & Co.
Phone 237.-Adv.
to be
t the If it's QUALITY you are looking for
om 4 in materials of all kinds, you will find
it by trading at C. H. Major & Co.'s,
2 to 203 E. Washington St.-Adv.
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FLOWERS FLOWER
Cousins & Hal
Members Florists Telegraph,
Phone 115

Analogy of main and sub-plots and
contrast ofd cenes and characters, sub-
tly woven together, are the character-
istics which make Shakespeare the
genius he is, asserted Prof. A. Feuil-
lerat, of the University of Rennes, in
his lecture on "Some Principles of
Artistic Construction in Shakespeare-
en Plays" given yesterday.
"Repetition of -motives is common
in a Shakespearean play," stated Pro-
fessor Feuillerat, "and two or more
stories are told in such a way that
the subplotsdevelop or echo the main
plot. Contrast of scenes and charac-
ters is also employed. But the real
genius of the author lies in his abil-
ity to combine these diverse elements
in a subtle manner."
Professor Feuillerat will give a second
lecture at 4:15 o'cl'ck this afternoon
in the National Science auditorium.

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What Every Girl Knows

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That she can't have too many summery dresses.

There -is a lure about these airy frocks that no real girl is able to resist.

For the

YESTERDA Y'S

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Ameridan League
Detroit, Washington, no game.
Cleveland 9, Boston 7.
Chicago 8, New York 14.
St. Louis 5, Philadelphia 4.
National League .
Brooklyn, Chicago, no game.
New York, Cincinnati, no game.
Philadelphia 3, Pittsburgh 5.
Boston, St. Loius,' no game.

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summer dance, for hot mid-summer afternoons, for any number of occasions the
frock of organdie or voile is always ready. Let us .vision a few of the many she
will find here in a bewildering array of colors and styles.
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For the brunette with' her jet black hair there is an organdie frock in a shell
pink that will make the brightness of her eyes more apparent. The billowing skirt
is trimmed with tucks and filet lace it a creamy tint is used effectively on both
skirt and blouse. A striking French blue panne velvet ribbon forms the girdle.
For her more delicately colored blohde sister, v find an old blue organdie,
lace trimmed, the lace on the blouse forming an eton effect. A black velvet girdle
adds a stunning note.'
Voiles in figured effect are here in numbers. A blue and tan boasts a gold
and black ribbon girdle and ecru lace collars and cuffs: A very girlish dress. is one
of blue and white checked voile with a plain blue underskirt. Black buttons are
-used for trimming and the girdle is bjack and white picot edged ribbon.

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Does a Small Watch Really Keep
Accurate Time?
It was not so very long ago that the clumsy, old-fashioned watches
which our grandfathers carried were, regarded 'at the only accurate
1 - timekeepers. Thin watches were looked upon with suspicion-wrist
n watches were regarded merely as ornaments.. y
All this has changed. Noyadays our sales are limited almost entirely
to the thin models. It has been pioved beyond any doubt that the thin
V watches-and even the tiny wrist watches-are just as accurate as
their more cumbersome ancestdrs.
You will be interested, particularly, in our showing of Gruen Verithin
and Gruen NVrist Watches. The makers of these watches--the famous
Gruen Guild of craftsmen-are lyrgely responsible for the develop-
ment of the ,accurate thin watch. Accuracy and exceptional beauty are
features of every Gruen Watch.
We most cordially invite you to come in and inspect this season's
showing of Gruen Watches.

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' A-very striking voile dress, black with white dots, is trimmed in black taffeta
ruffles. An overblouse of yellow voile is found on a white dress and the whole

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is trimmed with bluesilk embroidery, featherstitching outlining the blouse.

A word

to the wise--summer is nearly here.

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HALLER & FULLER
STATE STREET JEWELERS"

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and 'dd the finishing

Dinners. Lunches Confectionery
lIce Cream, Delicious Sodas
We Make our own Ice Cream
Orders solicited from Fraternities and
Sororities. 218 S. Main Phone 166

touch to your costume. Sport hats in all colors have also arrived.

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BOTH VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL
SIX CONCERTS MAY 19,20,'
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COURSE TICKETS- $4.50- $5,00 -'$6.00.

FOR SINGLE CONCERTS

$1.00- $1.0 - $2.00. NOW ON SALE AT SCHOOL OF MUSIC.

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