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and hangings have,
,n ordered for Betsy
r and work is going
at it is believed that
ready for the open-
er, according to a
esterday by Mrs.
ow being placed on
th floors, while the
,oors are still in the
terer and plumber.
on the three upper
,er floor will be de-
nd dining rooms.
nLe at North
nce is from the
buiding. East of the
he large living room
ch. Brilliant cre-
ill be a leading fea-
ings. The walls are
n shade, with furni-
i quiet tones, leav-
o furnish the bright-
ecorations.
Barbour Parlour"
nd unique feature is
ur parlour," which'
with furniture and
s. and hangings used
The dining room
lighted room along
the building. Final
ret been made as to

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the ball game, with a check or checks
covering the total amount.
Reservation Limit Set
This list must be turned in at the
Union main desk marked "in care of
Intercollegiate Day committee" not
later than 8 o'clock this evening. In-
dependents wishing to attend the af-
fair will register at the Union desk
and leave a check for the whole
amount -or for just one of the events
stating which they will attend.
Any groups of independents who
wish to be seated together should' put
their names and checks in one enve-
lope and leave it at the Union desk.

All checks should be made out to.
Robert H. Clancy, who is secretary of
the Detroit alumni. The lists must be
in by 8 o'clock tonight in order that
reservations can be made.
Any who wish may stay in Detroit
for the Band Bounce Saturday night
and the dance afterwards at the Stat-
ler Hotel.
SPECIAL ROSE SALE
Deep pink, Russell, extra long
stems, $3.00 per dozen; Light pink,
Ophilia, extra long stems, $2.50 per
dozen; Yellow Sunburst, good quality,
$2.00 per dozen. Phone your wants.
BluMaize Blossom Shop, 600-M.-Adv.
The Daily contains the latest Asso-
ciated Press News.-Adr.

NAVAL RESERVE MEN PLAN
SMOKER THURSDAY IN UNION
Men of the naval reserve force of
the United States navy will hold a
smoker at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow night
at the Union. Lieut.-Com, L. P. Wen-
zell, U. S. N., and Lieutenant Pfeiffer,
U. S. N., will address the men. The
question of having temporary ratings
confirmed and other subjects of in-
terest to the naval reservists will be
discussed. The meeting is open to all
the naval reserve men of the Univer-
sity.

gets your films so leave
them at the Quarry Drug Store
or 713 E. University Ave.

For satisfactory fini
that
t SWAIN

H' I 111N I I IH11111lt11111111 1 II 111tlllllii 1 l ili1111lll ll11t11111111t1111 IflhlL
r-SAVE 20 PERCENT
ON PLAIN AND DIE EMBOSSED
UNIVERSITY AND FRATERNITY
CORRESPONDENCE STATIONERY
This sale will run from April 20 to May 1land includes the
following manufacturers:
Eaton, Crane & Pike,
Hurd,a_
Whiting,
- Hampshire Paper Co.,
W*nne, Samuel Ward
AND OTHERS IN
BOND, LINENS & VELLUMS
H-
FOUNTAIN PENS-With each fountain pen sale of the
make of Conklin, Waterman, Sheaffer, Parker, and Tem-
E point a 60c box of stationery will be given free of charge.
- c
O. D. MORRILL
17 NICKELS ARCADE
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for the cigarette with a neui blend
that makes the world's choicest
tobaccos taste better. Spur is the
cigarette. Rolled by a new method
(crimped, not pated) that makes
it draw easy, yet last longer.
You'll also be won by Spur's
classy looking "Brown-a nd-silver"
package. Triple wrapping keep.
Spurs fresh and rich.

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A GALAXY OF "STARS" FROM. T H E METROPOLITAN
AND CHICAGO OPERAS -AND 0 T H E R CELEBRITIES
BOTH VOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL
SIX CONCERTS AY19,20,21,22
FOUR DAYSA l 1920212
A LIMITED NUMBER OF COURSE TICKETS ARE STILL AVAILABLE AT THE
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC - $4.50,.$5.00, AND $6.00

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