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April 19, 1921 - Image 5

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RECEPTION, SPEECHES, WILL
FEATURES OF FRIDAY'S
PROGRAM

BEI

he Uniiversityof With Deans John R. Effinger and
was for a longl Edward II. Kraus, and Regents Frank
I in the teaching B. Leland and James 0. MurfIn as
es o th medcalguests of honor, Detroit public schools
n practicing. first',will unite in the celebration of Michi-
ire he also held gan. day on Friday, April 22. Presi-
irs anod hospital dent Marion L. Burton was also In-
who as rcdg-vited, but due to his recent illness, he
wahobigewtacnce te ngaemnt
on~ ~a brobsrer ln d Campbel hee8,amembete
oebr ofste.Detroit bardpofeducationembhaosbe
zUniv~erityosince choenchairmaof e a,handbe-n
sUrgery dsince- hsie thabovmntionte daymendas
suery anthelUn- ietedbvaetionalemersoas
wo na talot e si- ete n di v ity. o st ll m m e s o
srialsscia- the Ufivrstypr. f h rgrmwl
Surgand asmomierbeTdevoitdrtofantassmblyginmCentra
9,s adr.mmbrb devhg coe onaiorimblonalf
res of. adoen- higeoo whentFri urphyFriday af-
ugry"sistant Srey U. S. district attorney, and the
Ione son survive faculty guests will speak. In the
-other and sister. evening, Board of Commerce audi-
Romne, and hisj toriuin will be the scene of 'a recep-
omansenaor. tion to be tendered in. honor o the
guests by the University club. Super-
tdvertler*,-Adv. intendent of Schools Frank Cody will'
also give a luncheon at the Detroit
essive merchaint. IAthle tic club.
ugly _d. In explaining the purpose of the

operation of the Detroit public schools
with the University.
"We are teaching the 'Yellow and
Blue' in our schools," he declared, "a
custom which we commenced last year
when we had President Hutchins with
us, and for whom we have named a
school. We wvant to encourage our
high school teachers, some of whom
conduct courses at the University, to
take the summer courses offered at
Michigan. University professors, too,
are giving extension courses in Detroit
for the benefit of our teachers. Each'
Is helping the other'."
TICKETS FOR CHJARITY BAL
APRIL 869 ' NOW ON SALE
Tickets for the Charity ball to be
given under the auspices of the local
chapter of the American Red Cross in
Barbour gymnasium on the evening of
April 26,,are now on sale at the Union,
Quarry's Drug store, dnd the Ann Ar-
bor Savings bank. The American Red
Cross association 'also'plans on giving
a dance 'on the same night in the Nor-
mal gymnasium, ┬░Ypsilanti.

OIFFER PRIZES FOR
COMMERICAL ESSAYS
Four prizes have been offered by a
Chicago clothing manufacturer, for
essays promoting interest in the study
of commercial and industrial subjects.
These prizes will be distributed by a
committee composed of" professors
from various colleges and business
men.
Competitors will be judged by an
essay for which a long list of subjects
is issued by the committee. All sub-
jects not included in this list must be
approved by the committee before they
are chosen.
'In the distribution of the prizes, the
contestants are divided into two
classes. Plass B includes only those
who, at the time the 'papers are sent
in;, are undergraduates of any Ameri-
can college. Class, A includes any
other Americans without restriction. A
first prize of $1,000, and" a second prize
of $500 are offered in Class A. For
Class B, a first prize of $300. and a
second prize of $200 are offered.
Contestants are to send contribu-
tions to Prof. J. Laurence Laughlin,
University of Chicago.'
Courteous and satisfactory
TREfATMENT' to every custom-
er, whether the account be large'
or small.
The'Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $689,000.00
Resources .... ... .66000,000.00
707 North University Ave.
Northwest Cor. Main& Huron

Do' YOU Need Extra Course
Send for catalog describing over 400 courses in History, English3,
Mathematics, Chemistry, Zoology, Modern Languages, Economics,
Philosophy, Sociology, etc., given% by correspondence. Inquire
how credits earned may be applied on present college program.
-Home STUDY, DPT. CHICAGO. ILLINOIS

BUS LINE
AVRIAN-TECUMSEH-ANN ARBOR
C'emral Stanidard Tine

LV.
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NORTH Week
A. Nm.
Adrian-MWain Corners..... ...7:45
Tecumrrseh-Main Corners...8:25
ClinIton-M1ain Corners. .84
Saline-Mlain corner,.......9 :35
AnnArbor--Mlain & Huron... o :ro
SOUTH P.M.
Ann Arbor-Huron & 4th Ave. 4 :35
Saline--Main Corners.;. .....16
Clinton--Main Corners....... 6:00
Tecumnseh-Main Corners..6:20
Adrian-Main Corners........7 :00

Sun-f
'day
P.M.
4 :0o
4:4
5 :ou
5 :50
6:'5
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7:00,
7:35
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8:,45
9:25,

Ready to Servo
AT ANY TIME
Open from 11 am, to 12 p.
Pot of hot tea and bowl of r'
PLAIN CHOP SUI
85 CENTS
CHINESE and AMERICAN. S
Short Orders
Quang Turvg l
613 11bertv St. E

VAN'S LUNCI

SUGAR BOWL
HOME MADE CANDY'
ABSOLUTELY CLEAN
BEST LINE IN THE CITY,
EVERYTHING
MADE IN ANN ,ARBOR
LIGHT LUNCHES
ANN ,ARBOR
SUGAR BOWL,

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ecia1 Sale
ed reduction in the price of Imported'
I Organdies, Voiles, and Batistes,
igalow~ Aprons, Lingerie.-
DESIGNED AND MADE
ISTERIA SHOP.
Y N A. R D S T R E I T

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SAVER.

CASCADE LINEN %
* One pound in a; package.
We also have, envelopes to
match.' If It Iis true that
the good taste of a person
is expressed by the quali-
ty of their stationery, then
your taste will be estab-
lished with your friends.
The texture and quality of
Cascade is known from
Coast to Coast.
Standard Price Sale' Price
ONE 600 TWO 61F
POUND POUNDS

W d, Thu rs, Fri, Sat,
April 20, 21,2 22,23
ONE CENT will buy any article mentioned
in this advertisement regardless of its re-
tail value' - providing a seconad article of the
same kind is purchased at our' regular price.
You spay. full price for the 'first. and get -a
second article for ONE CENT.

200 Cups of Tea for.... le
Liggett's- Opeko Tea
Two Kinds - 1/2-its. pkgs.

Orange IPeke

IM"

LAWN AND CLOVER SEED

or
Mixed Green and Black

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Standard Price
ONTE-HALF
POUND PKG.y

Sale Price
60c - TWO 3h.LB. 6
PKGS. FOR

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REXALL REMUDIES AND TOILET ARTICLES

STATIONERY, SLTDRIES AND HOME NEEDS

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256 Rexafl Violet Talcum ..................2 for 20e'
30c Riker's Corylopsis Talcum .................. .tfor 31c
$1.00 Boquet Ramee Comnplexion Powder .., ....," for $1.01
35c Criterion Tooth Brushes........ .........9 for 36c
25e Jonteel Talcum (Special Price) . ., ..........2 for 36c
15c Rexall Toilet Soap..... ......2.......... for Hec
20c Sulphur and Cram T--rtar xijeo ................2 for 21o
25e Ziiq QPxi Ie gi Ten ~1~~. .,* ,..* _ i .2 for2,
75, Iro0 an, P'qscara * oniec Wablgts ............2 for 70c
50c Jo~uieel'-ale iiri (Special P~fce)........ ... for 76c
25e K1 n~o aa na? Snap......... ....... t ...2 for 26g.
~ieRker s f j (ready, k 2t . forSc
far~lt 1ulcfk ria~a".. z-ns.,.k 2 for Sic
lrs Aid Wd 1neyP┬░ as ter .. .. ...,..,. .. . .2 for 3Cc
$1.20 qz. .oxnteeIOort ( pcial .A ) k , . . ...2 for $1.26
4CcPe~)~s ~'c~4 Bis~s- ..,. .. ......,.2 for 41c
86e Pgprol}x~pne 9 a .t t,..tk ,.2fJor iSc
?5c jEar.Xlo,z I eta WO ter . . ..............t. k.9..t.ta a..for j7Ec
59,c ,tral7 y Liqui e~ilsH'9t tt lt ta, triteaa)t . t..........2 for file
50Alma ZaOompllex n Pw er rr,,.. a..;.... r.. ...Sforfie
S o rtpel Ie IPowder (Special Price) ... ,........2 for 76c
$14.00 IfIers eptono Hair Tonic .... . 2 for $1.01
$1.00 BOOf, Ionu&Wine (Pints). ...........2 for $1.51
50o Xero e'oothB rushes ........ .............. ...2 for Sic
$1.25 Irou, Celery & Cascara Tonic .....................2 for $1.26
$1436 Syrup Hypophosphttes Comp. .... ..........2 for $1.26,
50c Riker's Milk Magnesia ......................... . .2 for 51ic
25e Medicated Skin Soap .... .................. ... 2 for 26c

4ac Liggett's Breakfast Coffee ....;..;........ ....2 lbs. for
45c Imported" Olive Oil ......... ......................2 for
40C Rexall Antiseptic Tooth Powder ....................2 for
45C Cartons. (50) Cascade Envelopes .....................2 for
50c Jonteel Face Creams (Special Price).................for
UCc Baking Chocolate (Bitter) 1/2 lb. Bars................2' for
20c Symond's Inn Chocolate Pudding....................2 for
25c Violet Dulce Skin Soap....... .............2 for
Inc Good Form Hair Nets .. ..................2 for
25C Jonteel Nail. Polish Cakes (Special Price) .............2 for
15e Velour Powder Puffs ........ ..............2 for
85o Cloth Brushes (7 rows) ..................2 forf
75c. Hair Brushes (11 rows)........................ ..2 for'
40c Vanilla or Lemnon Extract... ....................2 for
25c Jonteel Toilet Soap (Special Price)..................2 for
Sac .Cream of Almonds. j.............................. 2 for
50c Cascade Paper and Envelopes .....................2 for
35c Symond's Inn Cocoa Powder '('/2 lb.) .................2 for
50c Riker's Eye Lotion (8 oz.)... ...................2 for
35e Jonteel Nail Bleach (Special Price) ... . ...2 for
50c Analgisic Balm.................2 for
.lac Syrup White Pine & wTar (Mentholated) .......... ....2 for'
fie' Bitterlax Tonic Laxative Tablets...................2 for
40c Cherry Bark Cough Syrup... ...................2 for
25c Jonteel Lip Stidks (Special Price)..................2 for
15c Bars Sweet Milk Chocolate ............2for
25c Red' Cedar Comp. for Moths ............2 for
15c-Envelopes (Linen finish,) Ux/ in... .................2 for
25c Laxative Aspirin Cold Tablets. ....................2 .for
$1.25 Cod Liver Emulsion ........ .. ................. 2 for $]
50c Boquet Rameo, Toilet Soap ... ......... ...2 for
$1.25 Special Assortment Stationery. ....... ......2 for $-

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6000 mfiles for the
'u rkish tobaicco
in Murad-Why?

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Because -Turkish has a taste -Turkish has a
mildness -Turkish has a delight-far beyond all
cigarette tobaccos of all other lands-
Murad gives you real enjoyment, and true'
delight such as no Tobacco other than 100% Pure
Turkish Tobacco can give.
Facts - Facts -FACTS--!

(Advertised Prices Do

Nt bed'ude War Tax)

REXALL- TOOTH' PASTE

BOUQUET
TALCUM]P

4 Days Only

Tens of thousands of smokers
--tens of thousands of times-
have PROVEN this'
'UJidge for Yoursref-4'

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MT '
twowT[4K

A perfect dent se p a4i
l a s 1I. tWnfithe
Vo4lA. Vowiis 04t fiat I

April, 20, 21, 22, 23

d
c ongLA
Powjnx a

and
TOILET SOAP
A delightful preparati
made of the finest Ital
Talc, double bolted<
purified.
Contains the combi;
perfumes of rose,j
mine, heliotrope and
lac.

tho bra

EDSIILL!S

Staudard Prie Tis Sale

One Tube
25"

Two Tubes.,
26'c

REXAL DRUGSTOR
208 S. MAIN ;STREET, ANN ARBOR, MICR.

Standard Price
One Can
50

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