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THE MIC

(IGAN DAILY

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and Riding Breeches

FOR MEN AND WOMEN

van and Wrap Puttees, Munson Army and Officers
Shoes, O. D. and Khaki Shirts and Sport Suits
REGULATION WALL AND PUP TENTS

1omen
Baseball practice will be held as
follows: Sophomores at 4 o'clock
Monday; freshmen at 5 o'clock Mon-
day. This will be the last practice
before the teams are chosen.
Girls who have taken the playground
course and who have given their sched-
ules to Miss Wood will meet at 4
o'clock Monday afternoon in the gym-
nasium of the Ann Arbor high school.
This meeting is for all girls who ex-
pect to teach.

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of Ann Arbor. Most of the work will
consist in coaching team games, such
as volley ball and newcomb. A few
of the girls will teach in the lower
grades.
ENGINEERING COLLEGE GETS
LABORATORY FOR FOUNDRY
A new laboratory is being establish-
ed in the engineering' college and is
to be located in the engineering shops.
The laboratory is of a very practical
nature and is to serve the foundry and
the building and grounds department.
It is to assist in the technical control
of the foundry and machine shops,
and in the University power house
with special reference to the boiler
feed water and fuel.
The department is under the direc-
tion of H. L. Campbell and is to be
known as the engineering shops lab-
oratory. It will be ready to begin work
next week.

Visitors

D F dries Art Studio
to see their collection of original etchings
and fine reproductions of famous pictures.

are invited to the

1kets, Barracks Bags, Haversacks, Saddle
Belts, Campaign Hats, Rubber Boots, etc.

DOWNTOWN

223 SOUTH MAIN

[RESTONEC
Cord or Fa
x 3 RD. TREAD-

Cuaranteed TIRES AND TUBES
bric now at REDUCED PRICES.
410.95 80 x 8% N. S. TREAD-$13.95
izes at proportionate reduction. y
STORE -123 " FOURTH AV. s

All other s

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OUR

CUSTOMERS

VE ARE pleased to announce that we have been ap-
pointed the exclusive agents in Ann Arbor for the
nous Wiedeman line of groceries, canned fruits -and vege-

Rehearsal for all choruses of the
first act of the Senior Girls' play will
be held from 9 to 12 o'clock this morn-
ing in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Chaperones for the dances tonight
will be as follows: Union, Mrs. H.
W. Cake; Armory, Mrs. H. G. Berger.
Any women interested in work as
waitresses at Gratlot Inn, near Port
Huron, for this summer should call
Helen Munger, phone 1322-M.
"REGULAR" PARTY PLANNED
FOR HOSPITAL KIDDIES
More than 150 children from the
University and Homoeopathic hospitals
and the city schools will be entertained
by the social service department of
the University Y. W. C. A. this after-
noon from 2:30 to 4:30 in Felch park.
The children will be taken to the park
in University trucks and will be enter-
tained with games. Each child will
receive a toy ballon, a bag of candy
and an ice cream cone. The ice cream
is donated by the King's Daughters of
the Presbyterian church.
PLAYGROUND COURSE PROVES
PRA(TICAL FOR>SUM MER WORK
Girls who have taken the play-
ground course during the winter are
securing positions for the summner.
Positions have already been secured
in Grand Rapids, Toledo, and Saginaw.
Those expecting to teach will have
some practice work for the rest of
the semester in the grammar schools

Screen

AlT TE THEATERS
TODAY

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Majestlc--'Lying Lips," a Thom-
as H. Ince production. Also
comedy and news hilm.

Arcade-Fatty Arbuckle
Dollar a Year Man,"
and Kinograms.

in "The
Comedy

A-38 3-Toddle--Fox Trot.

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IL)Columb ia Records N
MID-,MONTH LIST
.Advance June Release
On Sale Now
(These are All 10-inch Records)
A-3381 T.Urkey in the' Straw-Percy Grainger, Piano Solo......$14
The Gum-Suckers March-Percy Grainger, Piano Solo
A-3387 Siren of a Southern Sea-Fox Trot. Art Hickman's Or-
chestra...................................$ .
Day Dreams-Fox Trot. Art Hickman's Orchestra

Paul Biese Trio...............

Wuerth-andaHawley in "The
Outside Woman." Snubb Pol-
lard comedy and latest Pathe
Review.
Orpheum-Otis Skinner in "Kis-
met." Comedy and News film.

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Beela Boola-Song One-Step. Paul Biese Trio
A-3384 T Lost You-Fox Trot. The Happy Six..............$
Yokohama Lullaby-Fox Trot. Intro. "Kentucky." Med-
ley Fox Trot. The Happy Six
A-3382 Scandinavia-(Sing Dose Song and Make Dose Music)
Al Jolson, Comedian ..............................$.
Funeral Blues-(Eat Custard and You'll Never Break a
a Tooth). Blossom Seeley, Comedienne

'NE Wiedeman Co., of Cleveland, have been the canners
and wholesalers of fruits and vegetables of flawless
lity since 1861. Every can and package of their produci
acked by their 61 years of experience and the reputa-
of

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Stage
Garriek (Detroit)-'T
telle company in
Bells," a comedy yo
Shubert '(Detroit)-D
fith's latest great
"Way Down East,"i
the Griffith stars.

Lhe Bons-
"Wedding
u'il like.
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production,
with all of



Gisondorfer Co.

2?he Store. Where Quality Comes First

A-3388 I Used to Love You But It's All Over Now-Frank Crumit,
Comedian...................$ 5
No Wonder I'm Blue--Frank Crumit, Comedian
A-3357 Just We Two-Howard Marsh, Tenor Solo .............$ .85
Rose of Athlone-Howard Marsh, Tenor Solo
Put on De Golden Sword-Harry C. Browne and Male Quartet
Get :Yo' Ticket-Harry C. Browne, Baritone Solo
A-3393 Mazie-Intro. "Lou Can't Go Away." Medley Fox Trot.
Yerkes Jazarimba Orchestra .......................$ .85
Two Sweet Lips-Intro. "April Showers Bring May Flow-
ers." Medley Fox Trot. Yerkes Jazarimba Orchestra
A-8391 Nestle in YourDaddy's Arms-Fox Trot. Art Hick-
man's Orchestra ...................................$ £5
I Spoiled You-Fox Trot. Art Hickman's Orchestra.
POPULAR HITS
A-3392 Make Believe-Nora Bayes, Comedienne ................$ .85
Now I Lay Me Down to Sleep-Nora Bayes, Comnedienne
A-3390 I'm Gonna Jazz My Way Right Straight Thru Paradise-
Mary Stafford and her Jazz Band................$ .5
Down Where They Play the Blues-Mary Stafford and her
Jazz Band
A-3380 Pale Moon (An Indian Love Song)-George Meader,
Tenor Solo ........................ ..............$1.00
My Little Home on the Hill-George Meader, Tenor Solo

ree Phones

One Number

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Welcome to Ann Arbor

May 'Festival Tisitors! I

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Make TUTTLE'S your
Headquarters for Nice
Home-like Meals.
One-half Block South of
jestie Theatre,

Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to fiery custom-
er, wbether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Saig ank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $015,000.00
Resources .........1,000,000.00
707 North University Ave.
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron

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COLUMN'
CASSES
AT 3 P.M.

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DVERTISIN(

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WANTED

D-To sell Michigan Finan
,ation stock-Ann Arbor
n. Exclusive field. Pion
already, done. People buyir
ished business with uniq
for year and one of strong(
zations in, America. If y
you can sell when you ha
al goods, see Mr. Tremmel, 4
al Bank Bldg. Phone 2169
16
D - Summer salesmen
to house work in Michig2
are interested in making sot
oney, call Malleaux and Gla
S, Thayer St., between 3:
40 or 6:30 and 8:00 P.M. 159-
D - Single room for ne
year. Must be first class
of East U., Forest or Chur
like to have shower acco
on. Write Box Q. V., Dai
161
D-Men to sell brushes dt
imnmer. Good money 'makid
ition. Call Eman, 1268, 1
-6:30 and 8:30 evenings4
1007 E. Huron. 148-
D - Representatives want
immer. Pleasant work a
pay. For further informati
terview write, Ohio Canv
oledo. Ohio. 161
D - Girl student to help
now and opportunity to'
for summer. Phone 550-
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LOST AND FOUND
LOST -- Monday P. M., man's gold
ring, pale amethyst setting. Stone
oblong and cut on under side. Find-
er please phone 1695-W. 161-2
LOST- Between Cousins and Hall's
and Forest Ave., a black leather
handbag with bank books, money,
etc. Call 2641-W. 161-3

A Special Offering
'For SATURDAY
SPO R TS H A TS
in various colors, priced at
$5.00
PUYEAR & HINTZ
328 South Main Street

(These are All 12-inch Records)
A-6183 Over the Hill.-Intro. "Sweethearts." Song Waltz, Th
Metropolitan Dance Players...................
\Dreamy Hawaii-Intro. "A Thorn in My Heart." Medle
Waltz. The Metropolitan Dance Players
Bright Eyes-Jess Libonati. Xylophone Solo
Underneath Hawaiian Skies-Jess Lihonati. Xylophone
A-6182 Hearts and Flowers (Key of "G"-Cincinnati Symphon
Orchestra, under direction of Eugen Ysaye ......
Love in Idleness (Serenade) ' (Key of "C")-Cincinnat
Symphony Orchestra, under direction of Eugen Ysa;
A Alime nEinger Music Shop
120422T. Liberty Street

Solo
$
.$1.0

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LOST-During initiation of Michigam-
for ua a coat containing a fountain pen
an. -near Union. Call 1153-1. H. B.
Me Hoffman. 162-
rk
:00 LOST-Pair of shell-rim glasses in
-21 long black case at May Festival,
May 18. Please call 1724-M. 161-2
ext
in. LOST-Black fur neck scarf Thursday
h. evening in Hill auditorium. Call
m- 1025-R. 162
ly.
2-3 LOST-Phi Beta Pi fraternity pin. Call
ur- 344 for Price. 162-4
be FOR SALE
-21 FOR SALE-$60.00 Victrola. Mahog-
any case. Condition good. Can be
ted used for canoeing. 15 records.
tnd Price $32.00. Phone 2186-R. 161-2
on
vas FOR SALE-Old Towne Canoe-excel-
1-3 lent consdition. Full equipment.
Goldwater' at 815 E. {uron. Phone
in 496-F2. 162-2
go
W- FOR SALE-Two first balcony tickets.
2-2 to May Festival, Saturday afternoon
and evening. Phone 1142-J. 162
2 r FOR SALE-Dress suit-good condi-
tion. Cheap. Call Clark, 1741-W. 162
FOR SALE - Indian Motorcycle. In-
nd quire at Police Headquarters. 160-3
to MISCELLANEOUS
ill
16 ATTENTION! Good money-makingj
proposition. Something anyone can
nt. do. No experience necessary. Works'
in- unusually well. Call D. Heetderks,
m 1170-M ,between '6:45 and 8 eve-
'er nings or call at 920 E. Washington.
I _161-6

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during its many years of service.
CLEANING is made easy and perfect sani-
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and crevices. VOLLRATH WARE is as smooth
on the inside as vitrified -ware or china. There
are no projecting rivet heads where the residue
of cooking can lodge and resist your cleaning
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melody Sax
224 S. Thay
161

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to fraternity or club. W
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1619-J. 1
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