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THE

C-iI CAN DAIL Y

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TD'S
COLUMN1
CLOSES
AT 3 PAM

CLEANTRS AND PRESSERIS
!Kill' two birds with one stone. Send!
your laundry as well as your clean-
ing and pressing. ($1.25 per, suit)
athe same time to the White Swana
Glaer.Phone 165. 139c-12
CLEANING, $1.25-Pressing, 35 cents.

A DVERTIlSING

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Laundry Agency. L. 0. Clapp, 1119
IN0TICEYY1E S. University. 121c-21
T] e following Box Repiies are ait the HOUSE WNANTED-I have a client DT1E'SS lKE%6
Daily Office; BC, DM, PDU, 18, BA.1 who wil buy a good, 8 or 9 roomt.
house south of Hill street and east SPIG!FSS md-ut ~
M.1'ICHIIGAN DAILY CLASSIFIED..# of Forest. if Syou hav;e such-to sell, lined-work guaranteed-reason-
RATS ~ease call -re gat once. able. 711 Haven Ave. 4Q2-WV.
Classified Rates. Two cents a word P. Roy Holmecs, Realto, 113 S. Main 112c-29
a day, paid in advance. Minimum!I 140c-6'-"
charge for first day, 25c. Mvinimum FURNITURE~

Intram ural It ms cnun. a , n.All men acting in this i¢1ihIiiI8iIII1E°
JL czpai ", Y A 11 ) epayed wNell for their,
______tiire
(Continued from Page Six)
ed from the Intramural office the first ;ntrIC fo teollow ,i n sporU' ar: F-
of next week. owwu reiv:Alca ustn'
The Intramural deparcn i s ix- horesho-doules1nd csnglstAl
getyrequesting that all men whocampus utdorz track, an1d interciass
are compeatth ent anseballunipires apa- bsbl.Stude nts interested in thet=
per t h ofie n sgnupfr the first three o1_thw abr.ve and class ath- I 6
leicmaager ill findl entry sheets
FOU-ND pos?.td at te Itramnural office for;=
SFOUND-Genesee County :service i.=o hesors
ring, near Nurses' Dormitory. Call r~~''i~u 'iotPieWnes~
University 175. 1 40p. inerg"1' aphls- 1tiof 1the (designs submIit-("
LOST ated b th, arh1e ctsiiithe Chicago i
t ; ~Tribtneiuin c;1 omp1ethicn are nowt
LOST-The press in my trousers. aci dL :,zi the Library corridor
Found at Greene's. Call 1449-Ai. They will1 be there until the end of the EilE lIa3Gi
121h~- , ek. ~~~III1Im~i
FLOWERLS !Get good values cheap, thru the
For, choice cut-flowers and plants go: lsiidclnn.Av
to George BISCHOFF, 220 Ch,_-pin .
St. Call 809-F-1. lO6c-2:. ec
USED CARS
NIXON'S USED CARSf".
Full line of Fords, $40 and up. 416 an
South Main. 140-5
PRID DETROI

D"W'x RFTHS

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TODAY l

LAST
imE

A RYANDER SON
"BLUEBIRD, J113,9

thereafter, 20c. Three cents per woird({
per clay if charged. Wihite space
charged for 4t rate of five cents per
agate~ lin~e. Classifieds, charged only
to those having phones.
Phbone 960.
Hear the W4est Brunswick Records-1
"Just On~e More D~ay" and "You've Got{
to See Mama, Every Night", played
by the Oriole Terrace orchestra at
the Stofflet Phono Shop. Nickels.
Arcade. 139c4

CANiOE WAN,,TE D-Give pruice, de ails
a n d pho n e number in letter. Box
Jake, care of Mich'igan Daily. 140P-2

DO YOU KNOW w*e have the most
completely equipped plant in the i
country for the Repairing, Refinish-

WNANTD-Typewriting- anus 'cripts? ing and Upholstering of furniture?
neatly typed,. or guaranteed.l '(cj Phone' 331-W. P. B. HARI)ING.
per page.- Call 959-R{. 136p-21! 88c-21
WAN TED-Student desk . . F.Card- 311SIC
well. 1617. Waslitenaw. Phone e'i
1016. 140p- Reparing of~ all musical instruments,:
expert workmanship. Schiaeberled
1 0 4 ,I, i and sons, Music H-ouse, 110 S. Main I
.....St. *139cI
FOR ALEFin reidene fr rom- Patronize Daily advertisers.---Adv. :
ers or for professional or business,-

he Dail "'Classified"' Columi

I

DON'T FORGET
Smith Tire Rep~air
Oldest and most reliable place
to bu~y tires.
Kelly Springfield Diamond Tires
12$c-tf
FOR ROCK BOTTOM PRICES on gro-
ceries, see Pierce's ad in the Wed--
nesday issue of The Daily. 125c-ti
A stitch in time saves nine. . We mend
and repair every suit sent here to
be cleaned and press3ed. White Swa,
Cleaners, Phone 165. M3c-I2
FROSH FROLIC TICKETS will be
gliven out at Union, Thursday and
riday, the 19 and 20, fromt 2 to 3
each day. 140-3
FLINT STUDENTS-Heated sedan
leaves Friday nights returning Sun-
day night. Railroad rates. Phone '
1394-J. 97c-21j
LOCKSMIH-All kinds of door and
trunk keys. Lawnniowers sharpened.
Phone 249S, Keeler. 1136 W. Hur-
on. 140p-21
PRUG S SHAMPOOED or Dust cleaned.
Ann Armor Carpet Cleaning Works.
Phone 50. 135c-tf

7

IT SHOWING OF

'1.

man. Near campus in bestvloca-'
tion Iin the city. Will let the fur-I
niture, rugs, curtains, and furish- 3
ing;s of second and third floors go
with the house. Inquire J. Wtf. Dwyer.
508 First Nat'l Bank. 139c-6
FOR, SALE-Modern five room house.
Linden Street, seven minutes from
campus. $6,000. Possession Sept, 1.
16867-.140p
FOR SALE-Woman's blue suit, size
34; Man's grey topcoat, size 37.:
1560-W. 140p-21
TYPEWRITING
YOU GET PROMPT AND A CCURATE<
service when your MANUSCRIPTS
are TYi'1ED by EX'PERTS at BID-
IDLLS D.OOK STORE. 11 Nickels
Arcade. 'lllc-tf
TYPEWR'IITING &MIMEOGRAPTIIN G
promnptly and neatly done. 0. D.:
Morill, 17 Nickel's Arcade. 140c-3
TYPE WR ITERS
EXPERT Typewriter Tle,airirig, oall
mnakes. Ann At bor Ty-,,i-%riter Ex-.
ch ange. Phone 866. 9 Savings 1Bank
Block. 123c tf!
For Snappy Skervice at br LR ast or
any other time, try R E-: ' S CLUJP'
LUNCH, whereToasted Rolls orj,:-
f iated. 122c-tf

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IN THE

MR. ARTHUR M. ROSENBLRG

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Representing

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THE ARTHUR M. ROSENBERG CO.

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Will exhibit their samples and materials for spring

and ,summer wear

"TOMORROW

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GUSTAV HOLST

FIRST CONCERT

Rednes lay, May 16, 8:oO P. R.
Blenianilno Gigl, Tenor
T1he 17niversity Choral Union
cldkago Symliphony Orchestra
Frederick Stocek, Conductor k
Mlarch, from "The Queen of
Shieba ......... Godmark
Aria, "Cielo e-nmar" from
"La Gioconda" .... Ponchlielli
Symphony in D minor.. Franck
Aria from "L'Roi d'Ys".. .Lalo
Oriental Suite, "Beni Mora,".
Opus 29, No. 1....... ..Hoist
Aria, "M'appari" from
"Martha........ ...Flotoxv
Chorale, "Awake," and Choral
Finsale, from
"Die Meistersinger.. . Wagner

T I~DCONCERT
-nda, ay i, 2243110 P. Il..
S'ju<.za tnSED inn i , Soprano
Arthar tillu it, enor
Yr.Gog ~lied ins
C}Ed 4i r ' L' e te a1':Choru s
Axilioy J WhtuireViolinist
(ue (se car 13mwec, Conductor
A Prayer.......... Beetho ven
The Linden Tree..... . Selubet
Aria, "Ali moon of my delight"
.- , ....Lehmiann
Nearest and D-Bare~t
A Streanmlet Full of Flowers
.~Caragciolo
Wandcercr's Night. Sony;
. ......Rubin stemn
Voce di Primiavera--Waltz
. . .Strauss
Ave Maria .............. Luzzi
A gnus Deil...... ........lBizet
"the Night Wind ........ Far;iey
The-re are Fairies at the Bott:om
of our Galrden......Lemn
The False Prophet..... ,..S Cott
Selections from "I ansel
and C retel".:. iuznperdi Zek

FIFTH CONERT

Saturday, May I$, 2:30 P. -31.
Ernest Schleliiig, Pianist
Chicago, Syiphony 'Orchestra.
Frederick Stock, Conductor
Prelude to "Loreley"..Bruch
Symphony No. 3 (Rhenish) in E
Flat, Opus 97. ti. ,..Schumann
Lebhat; Scherzo (sehir iaassig);
Nicht schnell; Feierlich; Le-
bhaft.
(Transcribed for modern orches-
tra by Mir. Frederick Stock)
Fantastic Suite, for Piano and
Orchestra .........Schelling
Allegro marziale; Molto vivace;
Intermezzo; Virginia Reel.

ARTI STS
B3ENIAIIN() CIGLI - - - - Tenor FHkRE'XCI ACBETh - -Soprano
Metropolitan Opera Coral al y Chicag;o Opera Assocation
3JAB3ELL EA DiISO~ - - Contralto EII11SS' IIELLINO Pianist
Distinguished American Artist A Master Virtuoso
ERNIY.j W[BINSTI'.2N - - - -V'iolinist JIEANuNE GORDON- - - - Contralto
Hungarian Violinist Metropolitan Opera Company
ARTHUR KRAFT- -- -----Tenor CILARIES 31A IS~IALL - - - Tenor
A.Splendid American Singer Chicago Opera .Association
SUZANN E KENER - - - Soprano ClA V.ENCE IWI~TEllL - - Baritone
Metropolitan Opera Company Metropolitan Opera Company
GIUSEPPEl)IANISE - - - B aritone i1 I rA SCOTT- - - - Bass-B3aritone
Metropolitan Opera Coninsuy Metropoliton Ope ra Company i
GUSAVCONDUCTORS
G1LSTA hOISTZ (Guest Conductor) "" '.

FLOUENCE MAC BETE{

ALAt

Eminent British Composer-Conductor
FREDERICK STOCK
Conductor Chicago Symphony Orchestra
EARL V. IMOORE
Conductor University Choral Union
GEORGE OSCAR BOA'EN
Conductor Children's F+es;tival Chorus
ORGAN IZAT ION S
THE UNIVERSITY3 CHORAL T-NION
350 Singers
THlE CHICAGO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
70 Players
THE C HI DRE N'S FESTIVAL CHORUS
500 Singers

MABELLE ADDISON

ERNA IJEUINSTEIN.

ER~NES

SECOND CONCERT

M fit ~HCONCERT

SIXTH CONCERT

COURSE
'TICKETS

Thursday, Nay '17, 8:001P. 31.
Mfabelle Addison, Contralto
Ern. RubinstIeini, Violinist
The Univer sity Choral 1 ujifon
Chicago Symphony Orchestra
firs. George R.. Rhead, Pianist
Syr. Eric Delanarter, Organist
Gus~tav Ifoist, Earl V. Noore and
Fredrick StOci Conductors
Choral and Fug ue. . ach-Abert
Three selections from Mass,
B minor ......... Bach
"Hymn of Jesus". .. ..oist
"A. Dirge for Two Veterans"

Ch" a go SYiIphony Orichiestra
'rE Q? _'.' aletckg Conductor
Prelude to "Die Koonigskinder"
.. ..Humperdiuck
Credo fr"omi "Otello"......Verdi
Dan-ce IPoem "Le Per'". ;.Duk:as
"Chr~ing Bird"from "The
P'earl of Brazil"........vi,,d
Ro.-auza from "W' illiam Tell"
.P.. .: .... . .. v ssii 1
Sut-fom, Opera "The Perfect
Fool"................Hloist
Bell Song from "Laknne"
.~Delibes
IlungsPian Dancs (17-21)

a a relay, May 19, 8:00 P. -1.
Saiuotand DIellabi. Saint- Saens

Still Available at the
SCHIOOL OF MUSIC

Opera in Three Acts

$5.00 - $5.59
$6.60 -$7.00

CAST

Sam son ...... Charles Marshall
Delilah........ Jeanne Gordon
High Priest... Clarence Whithill

SUZANNE KEENER

JEANNE GORDON

ARTHUR KRAFT

An Old Hebrew ?.
Abimelech
Hebrews

.Henri\ Scott

Ph ilis tines

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Am

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