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JEWELERS
- of -
Quality and Service
113 E. Liberty St.
Ann Arbor. Mich.

ANN ARBOR CHOP SUET
Excellent CHOP SUEY from
11:30 a. m. to midnight
Steaks and Chops 814 S. State

TS and CRANES

equaled

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chocolates

for Easter

)c-90c-s.10 - $1.75-$8.50

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UARRY DRUG CO.S
PRESCRIPTION STORE.
COR. SO. STATE and UNIVERSITY AVE.
PHONE 308

All Fools' Day
Hats Usual Crop
"Hello! May I spgk with Mr. John
Smith?"
"This is Mr.' Smith speaking."
"Will you wait a moment, please?"-
Profound silence.
"Your minute is up now, goodby."
This and all the other tricks dear
to the heart of the patron saint of All
Fools was tried in Ann Arbor yester-
day. One obliging and generous per-
son passed around chocolate drops fill-
ed with soap, guaranteed to make "the
skin you love. to touch." Numerous
mysterious packages filled with paper,
excelsior, and other valuable material
came in the mails.. ,
The April Fool story in The Daily
caused a whole list of bolts to appear
upon'an otherwise -perfect record .Ye
stude was still more than half asleep
when his roommate read the first sen-
tence about "no classes today" and
promptly went into complete oblivion
and was still sleeping at the last re-
port.
Well,',it is all over now and it only
happens once a year. Don't try any
stunts today for"April Fools' day
is past,, and you're the biggest fool at
last."
ALUMNAE GROUP
ANNOUNCES MEETS
Meetings of the Ceilfyal Correspond-
ence Committee of the organized Mich-
igapi alumnae will be held Friday
evening at Martha Cook dormitory and
Saturday morning at Alumni Memorial
hall. They will consider general prob-
lems and policies concerning Michi-
gan 'women. It is their aim to have
Alumnae residence entirely paid for by
June 1.
This committee consists #bf Mrs.
Katherine Puncheon Pomeroy, '96, of
Chicago, chairman;Mrs. Henry Car-
ter Adams, '88, of Ann Arbor, execu-
tive secretary; Mrs. W. D. Henderson.
'04, of Ann iArbor, secretary-treasur-
er; Mary Farnsworth, '05, of Detroit,
Mrs. Hazel Whittaker Vandenberg, '06,
of Grand Rapids, Mrs. Fred Dunham,
'07, of Cleveland, and Rose Anderson,
'95, of Toledo. The advisory members
are Mrs.' Myra B. Jordan, '3, Mrs.
Charles Cooley, '88, Mrs. Evans Hol-
brook, '03, and Marguerite Chapin,'20.
A conference -of representatives of
alumnae groups has been called by
the committee at 11 o'clock Saturday
morning in Alumni Memorial hall.

PROF. EVERETT ADDRESSES
GIRLS' EDUCATIONAL CLUB
Prof. John P. Everett, secretary of
the Michigan State Teachers' associa-
tion, was the speaker at the meeting
of the Girls' Educational club at
Martha Cook dormitory last night.
Professor Everett outlined the work of
the association and named the com-
mittees. He alo attempted to give
the members a broader vision of the
movement of these committees, show-
ing that they were general, rather
than local in their field of work.
Westerners' To Give Dance
Arrangements for the Westerners'
club dance'have been completed.. It
will begin at 9 o'clock Friday night
at Packard Academy. Tickets"may be
obtained from George Lott, '23, phone
2444-J.
The Michigan Daily, the only morn-
ing paper in Ann Arbor, contains all
vhe latest..Campus, City and World
News.-Adv.

"THE SEVEN LAST WORDS"
Mr. Wim. Wheeler.. ..:... .. .Tenor
Mr. David Nash .............Baritone
Master B. Anderson . ... ...Soprano
Master E. Bennett ......... ......Alto
VESTED CHOIR-36 VOICES
R. H.. Kempf, Organist and Choir Master
The Public is Inviied
"""""""""""""""""""'""""a Branch Nickels Arcade
Suits Jade to Your Neas-
ure $50.oo and up
SA.GANSLE
-CS ERS
C LE A N 1NG --AND-
P RESSING
ORE IG c>PRESSERS
- 5 REPAIRING L 2w-$#/w-r'""
T 1 rWone628,
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Careful Attention Paid to
t Aliterations
2nd Floor. 113S. Main St .
iIIIIIIIIIIIitiuIIIIIIIIitItItIIIIItItIIII Ladies' Party Qowns a Specialty
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LOU will now find
on display a
very exclusive a n d
up-to-date showing of
SPRING MILLINERY
At the Parlors of
Stevens & Pershing
61 8 Packard St.
We also carry a fine line of
Hair Goods.

Andrew's Episcopal Church
FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 7:30 P. M.
Marcadante's Oratorio:

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Men s

WHY NOT CALL- -
CLAUDE BROWN

The Name

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Brogue s the Thing
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The man without Brogue Oxfords this Spring is going to
out of it. Look at the snappy perforations on this Oxford.
half-way decorations; the whole thing. Made of finest dark
wn Russia Calf, fine heayy sole and comfortably shaped tread
toe.
MONEY CAN'T BUY BETTER
Price $15.00

)i P. Eschelb'ach
Has always stood
for the BEST in
MEATS
202 E. Huron Street

AND

Sell Your Discarded Clothing
He buys everything in the line of clothing and pays the highest
cash prices. A Phone Call will bring the wagon to your address.
Special Price Offered for Sheepskin and Leather Coats

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CLAUDE BROWN

PHONE 821

120 NORTH FOURTH
East side of Court House'

TELEPHONE 2601
Open Evenings until 9 P. M.

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115 So. Main St.

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FOR SALE
LE-Five pieces of beautiful
e furniture. Burl walnut
airror, bed room set, side-
and table, bookcase and odd
. May be seen at Elsifer's
louse. Phone Worcester, Al-
lotel.
LE - A large modern nine
iome, southeast part of city,
150 feet; price $14,000. Own-
ies to go abroad. L. C. Carr,

hand Ford tour-
a tire. In good
L. Kuhn, 2707-W

-May Festival Cover cou-
66i-J.
ELP WANTED
Atudents wishing to wake
a money may do so by
)n setter at Michigan U'n-
g Alleys. Apply at Man-
in setter at Michigan Un-{
g Alleys. Apply at Mai-f

LOST
LOST-Black leather covered notebook
in second floor corridor Chemistry
building. Finder please return to 1122
Washtenaw or, leave in room 230
Chemistry building. Stuart J. Colvin.
LOST-Tuesday afternoon in or near
Nickels Arcade, U. S. of M. pin.
Finder please reutrn to School- of
Music oi' call 1244-W. Reward.
LOST-Black leather pocket note-book,
containig ntes and Union member-
ship card. Name on inside cover.
Reward. Call 2691-W.
FOUND
FOUND-On State St., pearl cuff links
and studs. Call Lyon, 179 betwen
12:15 and 12:45.
FOUND- Friday evening near Hill
St., plush hand bag. -Call 831-M.
WANTED
WANTED - Student desires single
room in vicintiy of Hill andWash-
tenaw Aves. Phone, iMiddleditch,
1016.
WANTED-Student desires roommate.
Call 1565-J.
WANTED-Waiter without 8 o'clocks.
Call 1049-J after 8 P. M.
WANTED- A roommate to share a
suite at 613 Hill St. Call 1370-W.
WANTED-J-Hop ticket. Call 319.

There will be no gymnasium classes
for women Friday.
There will be no Women's league
party Friday because of preparations
for the luncheon Saturday.
Act two of "The Ne.v Lady Bantock"
well rehearse at 5 o'clock this after-
noon in Barbour gymnasium.
Underggaduate and graduate stu-
dents are urged to attend the rally to
be held immediately following the Wo-
men's annual luncheon next Satur-
day.
Girls who have earned chevrons for
athletic arm bands are asked to leave
the bands in the physical director's
office before next Wednesday in or-
der that the chevrons may be placed
on them .
Freshman girls who are to sing at
the Women's annual luncheon are ask-
ed to report at 4 o'clock Friday aft-
ernoon in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
All Senior society alumnae are in-
vited to take tea with the present
"Senior society members from 4 to
5:30 o'clock this afternoon in the red
rOom of Martha Cook dormitory.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-- Neatly furnished front
suite for one person. Phone 513-F2,
507 S. Division St.
FOR RENT-Desirable suite at 910 .
Washington for man and wife, or
lady.
FOR RENT-Single front room on
first floor. 924 E. Ann St.
MISCELLANEOUS
WILL THE fellow who so kindly re-
lieved me of my books at the depot
last Friday afternoon please call me
at 2666.
ALMA NORSWORTHY - Mackinnon
(Gold Medalist) Humorous and
Dramatic Reader, Teacher of Elocu-
tionn and Expression, is now open to
receive pupils and concert engage-
ments. 343 1-2 S. Main St.

A Spring Suit and a New Hat'

Do you want to lead in the Dress Parade Sunday morning? The
most urgent of Fashion's many varied dictates resides now in the spring
suit and hat. This is indeed an eleventh hour for Easter shopping but
you will be able to make an instant selection from our complete and de-
lightfully new suits for Spring wear.
One distinctive model is in tricotine with a jacket scalloped at the
waist in Eton style extending, gracefully over a wide blac4 satin belt.
Another is strictly tailleur. The checked velours illustrate the season's
individuality in style. We are showing several models in tan and brown
checks, fashioned with . long pocket distinct for button trimming; a blue
and black check with that dashing box plaited mannish back.
Select your suit while the display is marked by its most remarkable
completeness.

Spring, Millinery

The Fashion's Immediate Demand
for Easter Wear

Ready for Easter

Tide of 1920

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Trimmed hats of definite distinc-
tion, notably fine workmanship and
materials, assembled in our selec-
tion that is the essence of newness
and variety. Every fashion con-
ceit is illustrated in trimmings, an-
gle, materials, design.
New Fabrics and Straws
New Colors and Combina-
tions
New Flowers, Ornaments

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The Paris stain of approval. on
importedlmodels, correct New York
and interpretations of the mode
are assured. The hats depict re-
freshing youthfulness and simplio-
ity and a quiet elegance t 5at will
satisfy refinement in taste,
New Dinner and Sport Hats
New Models for Semi-dress
New Vogues in Tailored
Modes

-FEMALE
re of one small
fternoons. Mrs.
'air Oakes Park-

aternity

A Featured Group of Hats at $10

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