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ICHGAN DAILY

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TODAY

Goodyear's

Goodyear's

Screen
Miajestic- 'Clothes, with n ex-
ceptional cast. Universal
comedy, "Laughing Gas," and
Pathe News.
Arcade-Wallace Reid in "The
Charm School." Also "The
Race of the Age," featuring
Man o' War.
Wuerth - Douglas Fairbanks
starring in his latest produc-
tion, "The Mark of Zorro."
Ilallroom Boys comedy and
Universal News.
Orplheum - Viola Dana in "A
Chorus Girl's Romance." Last
episode of "Daredevil Jack,"
and first episode of "Velvet
Fingers," with George B.
Seits.
THiS WEEI(
Stage
Whitney-Today and Tomordow
-Jack Norworth in a whir-
ly girly comedy, "My Lady
Friends."
Garrick (Detroit) - Marjorie
Rambeau in Channing Pol-
lock's great melodramatic hit,
"The Sign on the Door." It's
anA. H. Wood production.
Sh~ubert (Detroit)-This is the
1ast we @k of the peppy rpusicgl
comedy scream, "Cinderella
on Broadway."

The

New

"Miss

Manhattan

Creations

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Tor Spring
and Summer

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For Spring
and Summer

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Professors on University Club Program
On the program of the University
club entertainment to be given Fridayl
evening will be Profs. F. N. Scott, G.
M. Whipple, and C. H. VanTynu cand
Secretary Shiyley W. srnith. The en-
tertwainent will be semi-humorous,
and ;is for members and invited
Fuests.
One solid Week Starting
wUNDAYS

The Only
Can Buy

Store in This Vicinity Where You
Miss Manhattan Coats and Suits

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ing

Manhattan's
variety -- each

Spring

and

Summer Creations are shown

here in charm-

different from the others in materials and

,style

alike in their,

but all
work-

exceptional

youthfulness and the line distinction of their

manship.

The New Suits

The New Coats

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SUITS in the smartest tailleur
modes -- the loveliest and
most becoming creations one
could fancy - are to be found
here at prices of amazing rea-
sonableness.
Youthfulness is their keynot
- specialized designs from Miss
Manhattan that are vastly be-
coming to all types of youthful
figure.

E'VERY youthful line, every
bit of trimming plays its part
in producing the final effect of
irresistible charm which belongs
so decidedly to these Miss Man-
hattan Coats.
G o o d materials play their
part, too, and the. fine workman-
ship which makes permanent
the style lines of every M i s s
Manhattan garment.
$22.50 to $65

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P.ETROIT UNITEO LINES
In Effect .Nov. 2, 1920
Between
Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jackson
(Eastern Standard Time)
Limited and Express cars leave for
Detroit at 6:05 a. m., 7:05 a. m.,
8:10 a. mn., and hourly to 9:10 p. mn.
Linlteds to Jackson at 8:48a.1m. and
every two hours to 8:48 p. m. Ex-
presses at 9:48 a. m. and es ery two
hours to 9:48 p. m.
Locals to Detroit-5:55a.m., 7:00 a.m.
and every two hours to 9:00 p. m.,
also 11:00 p. m. To Ypsilanti only,
11:40 p.m., 12:25 a.m., and 1:15 a.m.
Locals to Jacks on-7 : " a. in., and
12:10 p.m.

$20 to $85

(Second Floor)

(Second Floor)

Blouses

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FEBRUARY
S M T W T

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Men: Last season's hats turn-
ed inside out, refinished and re-
blocked with all now trimmings
look Just like new, wear just as
long-and saves you five to ten
doillars. We do only high class
work. Factory Hat Store, 617,
Packard St. Phone 1792.

FASHIONED from crepe de chine
in pearl gray and with novel two-
tone color collars and ties are these
new Sports Blouses. Others for spring
and summer are of pussy willow taffe-
ta, while the hand-made blouses are of
French batiste and voile, The many
new styles for spring and summer are
now displayed.

The New Dresses
P~ EARL gray will, be one of the most popular shades for
spring and summer dresses. When it is not used in entirety,
it edges the collar and cuffs or is otherwise used in trimming.
The Silk Dresses are of chiffon taffeta, canton crepe, and crepe
de chene. Plain and fancy georgettes are often combined with
the taffetas. Brown, navy blue, taupe, gray, henna, copenhagen
and black are the colors. Embroidery, wax ribbon pleating,
beads, and embroidery cut work constitute the trimming effects.
Tricotine, poiret twill and French serge are the materials of
the Woolen Dresses. These are trimmed in much the s'ame man-
ner and with many of the same materials as the silk frocks.
$27.50 to $75
(Second Floor)
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S PORTS Skirts of, flannel are in
white, red, green and two-tone blue
and white. Those of baronet satin are
shown in pearl gray, navy blue, black
and white. Then, there are plaid ye-
lours in browns, tans, blues and white
-all in the newest style developments
of the spring and summer seasons.

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Skirts

$5 to $15

$11.75 to $29.50

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Some chaps sell clothes at
$60.00 and up.
I start there and go donn!

(Second Floor)

(Second Floor)

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124 So. Main

124 So. Main

M EY E R
TAILOR
211 East Liberty Street

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