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CLS
AT 3 PAM

J1YN1T 15 TO Sept. 1. Desirable Fine
roomfurnished house east o cam-
pus. Call 1619-J.
SIX ROOM furnished home from June
15th to Sept. 15th at 205 N. Ingalls.
Phone 475-J.
LARGE FINE apartment. Call 1552-

ERTI SING

CLASSIFIED RATES

t the rate of 12c per reading line for one or two insertions, 11c pei W or 433-W.
ne for three or more insertion. White space charged for at same )ETROIT OFFICE SPACE
assifeds charged only to those having phones. Ask about contracts For doctors and dentist in best lo-
fed advertising.i cation in Detroit. Big transfer cornl
er reading line for one or two insertions, 9c per reading line for er. Steam heat. Will give you a
more insertions, cash in advance. Minimum, 3 lines per insertion[five pear lease. Write Theo. Kampt,
Class1fid Column Closes at U o'Clock Noon, Saturday. 160 5.Calumet Ave., Detroit.
"JImmie-the-Ad. Taker".,
MISCE"iLANEOUSI

STUDENTS IJRGED TO BUT
OLYM13PIC TRYOUT TICKETS,
Tickets for the Olympic try-r
outs to be held on Ferry field
May 30 and 31 are still on sale at
the Athletic association ticket
office inthe Yost field house at
$1 each. One ticket admits to!
either day's events.
Fraternity houses are also be-
ing solicited by ticket sellers as!
it is necessary to sell one thous- I
and of he pastecards before May
J 1 in order to raise the student's
share of the $10,000 needed to as- 1
sure th'e meet being held here.
Students intending to go to the
tryouts are urged to buy their
tickets now.
MVexico City, May 1.-The Mexican

FOR SALE
SAY BOYS-try a pair of Harry's
Moccasin oxfords, your choice of
10 different colors, scotch grain,
s smoked horse, white-black top, tan
Russian etc. Very beautiful come
in and take a look at a special price
of $5. Made to your measure. H.
SW. Clark, 534 Forest Ave. Phone
~3043.
BUICK ROADSTER in good condition.
A bargain for quick sale. Call
Smith 2999 or 2845-W.
LOVELY NEW eight room house on
one of Ann Arbor's most beautiful
streets.. Oak floors, fireplace,
French Doors, and sun parlor. A
fine home for a professional man.]
Owner leaving town. Modern In
every detail. Call J. Karl Malcolm,
1713-M. "Where a little buys a
lot."
PORTABLE Victrola and records,.
$15.00. Call 686 after 6 P. M.
1 STYLE VI VICTROLA, good condi-
tion. Call 16, E. M. Graves.
COMPLETE LAW Library including
Michigan Reports. Reasonable terms
Address Chester P. O'Hara, 3275
Lawrence Ave., Detroit.

FOUNTAIN PENS
RIDER'S REPAIR SERVICE is Un-
equaled. Real workmanship and one'
day service.
RIDER'S PEA SHOP t
302 State Street
TYPEEWRITING
ALL MAKES. Agency foodstock andi
Oliver typewriters, Sundstrand add-
ing machine, Line-a-Time copy'
holders, rubber stamps, rlbbons,
cushion keys, type cleaners and sup-
plies. Machines rented.
ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER
EXCHANGE. Phone 866, downtown
No. 9 Ann Arbor Sav. Bank Bldg.
TYPEWRITING and mimeographing
promptly and neatly done by experi-
enced operators at c onsiderate
' prices. O. D. Morril, 17 Nickels
Arcade, The Typewriter & Station-
TYPING PROMPTLY done at reason.
able rates. Mrs. Hirsch, 551 Church
St Phone 885-M.
LOST

RUGS SHAMPOO D or dust cleaned .
Ann Arbor Carpet Cleaning Works.
Phone 50.
Superfluous
FACIAL HA IRS
Removed 'Permanently by
ELECTROLYSIS
ELECTRO-COSMETIC SERVICE
By appointment only Phone 1107-R.
ORDERS FOR Engraving should be
placed now to avoid possible delays
and disappointment. 0 D. Morril,
17 Nickels Arcade, The Typewriter
& Stationery Store.
NEW BROAD^ Cloth Chambray and
Silk overblouses. Gay colored Silk
Scarfs. Sweaters in every style.

DRAMA
(Continued from Page Four)
tic achievement the play surpassed
anything it has been my fortune to
vitncss. s=
The dramatic rower of all of the.
actors is of course a matter of com
mon knowledg. by this time. There
was nothing of the melodramatic,'
nothing of affectation. It was obvious-
ly a revelation of the distinctive tem-'
perament of. a foreign people.
Grushenka in particular, as played
by Anna Tarasova was a perfect pic-
ture of the reckless abandon of a wo-
man whom fate has treated unkindly,
who has descended to the lowest
depthj of moral degradation. She
was terrible in her beauty, fascinat-
ing in the intensity of her passion
for the man she grew to love.
And this brings me to a final com-
ment. Seldom is it that a play is
more complicated in detail, more dif-
ficult to understand than "The
Brothers Karamazoff." Yet the use
of Russian as a medium of inter-
pretation seemed to clarify rather
than confuse the comprehension of
the feelings of the actors, and the
unfolding of the plot. An English
translation seemed filat and colorless
after the native Russian with all of
its gutteral infilection. Again, I re-
peat, the emotional reactions of a
people are synthecized by the Mos-
cow Art theater in order that we
may place ourselves on a basis of
sympathetic appreciation of Russian
civilization.

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government has ordered outrages
the agrarians in various sections
the country suppressed.

Colonial Tufted Bed Spreads
Hand Woven Counterpane
Embroidered & Tufted Kimor

Woman's Exchange

10 Nickels

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of

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WANTED
A FEW positions are now available
to young women who can qualify1
for our work, best of working con-
ditions, meals at cost, with clean
work, permanent. Michigan Bell
Telephone Co. c-o Chief Operator,
Cor. Wash. and Main St.
ROOM FOR 8 girls and six boys for
table board. Phone 1118-W. 607I
Hill St.
2 TICKETS on lower floor for May
Festival for series. Call 1463-M.
COLLEGE STUDENT or teacher for
summer months, handling school in
salesfield; healthy, enjoyable, re-
fined position, $273 for 3 months.
$156 for 2 months. Write Dept.
"C", 2011 Park Avenue, Detroit,
Michigan. j

SALE

OF

Pfe-Easter Hats
Priced especially for Friday, M'iy 2

JANE SINGLFTON SHOP
8 Nickels Arcade
TYPEWRITERS
of all makes
Bought, Sold, Rented, Exchanged,
Cleaned & Repaired
0. H. )TORRILL,
17 Nickels' Arcade
The Typewriter & Stationery Store
Dealer: Corona & L. C. Smith
FOUNTAIN PEN. INK,

$7.50

DELTA GAMMA pin before vacation.
Phone 452. Reward.

(Ale~.
oors,
IOset.

rooms with the features that
to the person looking for a
Living room fire place, french
linen closet, and extra coat
Nicely decorated through9ut.
garage, good lot, located east
st Ave. $2500 will handle.

BLACK COI a nURSE with $8 and
key, Thursday mnorning in Econom-
ics Building. Reward. Call Miss;
Bartz, 954-R.
SLIDE RULE in Engineering Build-'
ing. Please call 1360-W.
I WOULD GREATLY appreciate re-
turn of brief case containing letters
and medicine, picked up in Cozy
Corner. Dr. Margaret Bell, Bar-
Hour gymnasium.
BEFORE VACATION keys in brown
leather folder. Call 1211-R. Re-
ward.
IUSICAL

RINSEY & ITELEER
Phone 1194-R.
413 E. Liberty
{NE SET of law books, The North-
western Reporter, Price $200, at
your own terms. Mrs. Geo. H.
Morrison, 127 Delaware St., S. W.,
Gran'd Rapids, Mich'igan.
SDAILY CLASSIFIEDS BRING
BIG RESULTS-
ON.LITTLE INVESTMENT

REMEBER that Rider told you Dia-
mond Blue Black Ink was the best
fountain pen ink. Now you know it
is good.
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
302 State Street
DRESSMAKING & TAILORING
Spring millinery for women at mod-
erate prices.
ANNA E. WESCHI
206 E. Liberty St.
Phone 1390-R
FOUND
ON BLEACHERS, Monday afternoon
after ball game a storm coat. Own-
er may have same by paying for this
ad. Call 3382-M.

SMALL FURNISHED apartment June
17 to Sent. 1 for summer school
professor, wife and two-year old
child. State terms and location.
Address T-1, Michigan Daily.
GRINDING
LAWN MOWERS GROUND
Most approved machinery. Work
guaranteed
OSCAR'S SHOE REPAIR
1114 So. Univ.
(The Sharp Shop Agency)

SENIOR LITS NOTICE
Senior literary class dues are
now payable, and must be paid
up before May 15. Checks
should be mailed to Lincoln D.
Jones, treasurer, 1923 Geddes
avenue.

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Dana Richardson
115 East Liberty

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MEN WHO NEED clothes to know7
the INTERSTATE TAILORS
selling extra pants with each
for $2.50. Tailor made from
wool suitings.
$26.00 :$11.50

These are in black and colors and
suitable for immediate wear.

that
are
suit'
all

he will price
A ER
"Jimmie the adtaker" sells anything
quickly.-Adv.

USED Phonograph
for your Radio
very low prices.
House.

Cabinets are ideal
outfit. A few at
University Music

Call at American Hotel
123. Temporary offer
McInerney.

or phone
only. Mr.

Sophe Brasla u
Photo by Mishkin

harold Baner
Photo by Alpeda

Earl V. Moore
Photo by Rentschler

Frederick Stock
Photo by Matzene

Diusollna Giannini
Photo by U'wood & U'wood

George Oscar Bowen
Photo by Rentschler
S T

Alberto Salvi
Photo by Mishkin
R

Emmy Krueger
Photo by Ruf

PARTICIPANTS

FOUR DAYS OF GOOD MUSIC
SIX BRILLIANT CONCERTS

SONG BIRDS

Vicente Ballesier
Photo by Alpeda

from many operas-Orat .rio sing-
ers-Violinist-Harpist= -Pianist
-Organist.
TWO BIG CHORUSES
THE CHORAL UNION
and the
CHILDREN'S FESTIVAL
CHORUS
THE CHICAGO SYM-
PHONY ORCHESTRA

Two famous choral works will
be given for the first time in
America

Cesare Baromeo
Photo by White

MAY

-A

LA PRIMAVERA

EARL V. MOORE, MUSICAL DIRECTOR

by RESPIGHI

"NEW" ARTISTS

"CE$ARE BA ROMEO
is the stage name of Chase Sy es, a prom
inent "Michigan Man" who is filling a

and

GIANNINI,

SALVI,

KRUEGER

BALLESTER,

LAMONT, LENT,

SEADRIFT

F

t Lamnont
oto by Daugerre

CONDUCTORS
EARL V. MOORE
GEORGE 0. BOWEN
FREDERICK STOCK

DADMUN, SCHIPA, will be heard
for the first time in Ann Arbor.

three year. contract, for
at the La Scala Opera.

Royal Dadmun
Photo by U'wood & U'wood

leading roks

by DELIUS

The other artists have all been heard in Ann Ar1or.

Good Course Tickets may still be secured at the School of Music in the $5.00 and $5.50 Sections.
"Festival Coupons" will still be accepted at $3.00 each for a short time. For tickets or booklet any

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