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April 22, 1923 - Image 8

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7.39.-Freshrnan band meets In a'- IPH tRMACI .S J y I i R ° ¢
semly allofthe Union. p (
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i±ingzer will Ie the guest of Strati
Don 1)roo'ks, '96, president of thf
nvrsity. H;e expects to return about

Nam

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A I ~iU I'4 ~jUIN meets in room 302 of the Union.
__________________7.30-X-lpba Kappa Psi meets in room
-Copy for this column should 7 :30--Adelphl -meets fin Adeiplil roomt,
)mutted by 5i:30) o'cloc!k of fou rth floor, University hall.
ty before publication. 1800--Dodo performance in Dodo play
SUNDAY ~~shop. plyi aaC'wl
SU DAB ii~~' 8:10.-Frenchxpa nSrhC wl
ngregationatl students' Bible 1Anigell hall.
nii ersity Mn's BIble cla SS U'-1OTICESI
in Uppe)^r room, Lane hall. ?Euro petli shetches by Edward S,

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Five members of I heo euty o
College of Phatr:macy pnw )e * .:L; ita to Talk Mere 'Thursday1
ular monthly dn4n iteDeri hoo e Laguna, professor of
branch -of the AneenP:.ner-pil:ojhy at Bryn Mawr college, will
tical associatio>n rFr ia i a , the ° :. ra i addlress at 4 o'clock Thurs-
Chemistry bit ng h i eilg
which was lred~ by a dinr pt (ay~ aftcrnoon_ on "Waste in Eluca-
the Union, was the ir'st o1 ~ts ,societyV tion" in 203 rTappan hail. Professor
to be held in Ann Aarbor sineceI"1.)9. (IC Laguna, was a member- of the LCni-
The speakers were:Prf C. C. Ctov- versity staff of the School of l)'duca-'
er, secretary of the ole, Vthdtion fromn 1906-1907, He beloneo, to
for Assaying _Pep)sini"; a 11 . the American Philosophical so,,iety
Kraus, of the Sunmmer ssin R-O is author, with his wife, of sev-
vised Curricula of thel College of eral works.
Pharmacy"; Prof. Charles 41. Stock- ---
ing, "Training the Prescription Phar- {yet good values cheap, thru' tln
macist"; WGilliam .. cl, "Some Classified columns-Adv.
New Methods in Drlig Assa y AWork;" __________________
and Leonard Rt. Vagner, a disc'ussion',m m
of results obtained recently in re-
search on aspirin.

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X00-Open forumn ThCongregationol
church. Prof. Prayer speaks on!
'Euirope Since the WNt ar.""j
;00- Student Bible classes meet In"
Uesley hall.
;0 - Student class, Church. of
lirlist, mieets in Upper room, Lane
tall.
0--Open house in Wesley hail.
i0--P1rof. R. 1W. Sellars speaks on
amorality" at the Unitarian church.
0--Wesleyan guild meets ht Moth.
dist church.
O-Congregsational fireside chat In
ongregational church. Survey' of1
oreign colonies in Anan Arbor.
1I[O N AY!
00-Franik 11. Gllbreatit speaks be.
ore A. S. M. E. meeting in room
48 of the Engineering building.
O----Relearsaxls for gridiron ban-
set skits in activities room of

Schilling, architect, in architectural
'corridor case.
Photographs of Chicago Tribune coin-
petition buildings in Library hal
Whisies extends the time limit Of the
poetry contest to mnidnight, Monday,
April 23.
Puppets To P lay
"D On Quixote" Here
Tony Sarg's marionette play "Dion
Quixote", two performances of which
will bre given next Thursday in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall, is unique in that
it presents the effect of a marionette
show ,within a, marionette show.
This rather unusual scene is of-
fered 'when. a traveling marionette
show appears at the inn where Don
Quixote is dining and presents its own
performance. The production of this
scene is said to have caused ;Mr. Sarg

Scycen your windows and doors early and your house will be free,
from the invading horde of summer pests that carry disease breeding
germs wherever they go. We are well prepared to supply screens
for windows, doors, and porches. Don't wait-get them up earlyr.
All kinds of garden tools, lawn tools, lawn rollers, D. Ml. Ferry Grass

seeds.

EFFINGF E AAE
FOR CON :FQ LN'CL;
Dean John R. Effinger, of the lift-
erary college, will leave today fo)r
the University of Oklahoma at Nor-"
ma, Okla., where he will attend the
annual conference of dleans of the
liberal arts colleges of state univer-
sities.
En route to the conventiosn, Dean
Effinger will stop off at St. Louis and
K~ansas City to attend alumni meet-
ings. While at the conference, Dean

THAT OLI) COAT ANI) VEST
IVrT1IiiNEW TROUSERS O1F
THE SAME MATERIAL
AND PATTERN
Blrinig ins a sample or -vest of that
ol1d discarded stit. We will
wiatchi the goods and maake a
ew hair of trousers to your
'A01eZ iie..
Somple and Prices Subimitted
for Your Approval,
An Extra Pair of Trousers Will
a',ake Your Old Suit a New One.,
J. F. WUJERTH CO.,
Next to Wnerth Theatre

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UP-TO-THE-MINUTE 1H
in Near Washington

ARD WARE
Washington Near Mal.in x QUALI'TY.O
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H. H. Curran speaiks in
fthe Law building.
,rnge club dinner in room

Bargains in the Want .Ad. Column.

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00-Wayfares meet in room 0 o considerable labor, as it is necessary
the Union. to manipulate a number of tiny fig-
00--Mfasama meets in room 304 of; ure, much smaller than those which
he Uilon. lare generally used in marionette per-
*---Men's Educational blub meets ! ormances. Another thing which tax-
tn~~~~~~~ eom36ofteUio.Il Mr. Sarg's ingenuity was the prob-
00--Madame Clara. lemnens' eoncert 1cm of allowing the Don to attack the
if Pattengill auditorium, traveling show with his sword and1
destroy, part of it, without hindering
TLTE SPAY the play from going on.'
iQO-Senor eginersmeetIn oom The marionette play is 'coming here
48of the Engineering building. iunerthe cesauspices o'el.La nSociedad is-lea
:15--Medieal faculty lunch in pri pa iha.b ikes aenwo aea
rate dining room of the Union. thbokors
1-JHon H. . Curran - spedks In WilAdrs onrgtiuls
roomm B3 of Law building.'W7AdrsCogeainlIN
15 14ol4oniore band meets in room Miss Carrie Dicken, who is in charge
34 ; the Union. of the Americanization work in Perry
MG-4'rlet club meets in upper read.! school, will speak before the Con~gre-j
ng room of the Union. k'gationail Students' Fireside Chat at
00--The Gqospel of St. John," course ~6:30 o'clock this evening, on the for-
V, .in Upper ro~om, Lane hall. eign settlements of Ann Arbor. Later
1I---Signa Delta Clhi meets in time in .the evenilg; the subject will be
Uno. open for a, general discussion.

Buy Penns
Vacuum Ci

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While we still h
Higher pricesa

compAnies have all
spring.

A FEW PILC

M3U tandard Size. ........
31-.4 Standard Size .........
Oolxer Sizes In proportion

.m1old Scared Vacuum Cup Fa
Made of first, quality, material
tires are selected from the Teg
ats being slIghtly imperfec ..

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~avethes ver lowprics.
bricaduodbies, -
have th hee tires .
aresue tocoearanteed
s ore milageadintem than
ft~ arcumCup gncii
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1.00less thn etheare
ThampinGuaFrantand
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i PIE SAME urge reflects itself in humanity's desire to be
'well-dressed. The sombre colors of winter wear are
replaced by garments of lighter hue and texture.
j B RIG}HTEN up your own garments. Our cleaning pro-
cesses freshen the colors anti thoroughly cleanse the
fabric of destructive dirt. WE WILL ICLEAN- AND
C ,rPRESS your suit for
jADZES' garments are returned as clean and spotless as
L~- the day the dainty fabrics came from the looms- You
will be satisfied with the qu lity of our work and. thc prices
which we charge.
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30x3 Cord $8.84

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$1360 30x32

Fabric, $9.55
Cord; $10.90
Cord $12.75

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'lhese tires, have thousands of mkilei
tti e average medium priced tire."
These tires and prices can be had a
Wachtennaw County.
SPECIAL FOR 0
M. atnd R. Grease Retainer for Ford Cars
Stewart Spot Lg14, $7.40 value...
SAnn Arlbor License Plates .........
D~ry CFels .......................
IWe sell Bicycle tires at' least$
prices. Prices averaging on high qua
Spark Plugs, a complete assortment of 4
A. C. Spark Plugs, $1.00 values at .
S.terling Spark Plugs, 1/2 inch for Ford c
7-8 inch to fit larger ears.......
A Genuine Arrow Ford Timer ........
A Genuine Arrow Ford Timier Ruler

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