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TUE1SDAY, MAY 5, 1925 TEMCIA AL AE:iz

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Discarded Suits,
Overcoats, and

FOR A.ND 200 r. WA 1'IiO r ' EU)RN71) S

STUDENT TOUR
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Shoes. Highest
cash price paid.
Telephone 6616
120 Fourth Ave.
C. l. BROWN
tGUARDS
ARROW

A N OPPORTUNITY to combine
a tour of PRICELESS EDU-
CATIONAL VALUE with health.
giving recreation.
Leaving New York on the popular
SoJune 13th
The VES TRI S is one of the famouis
"V-FLEET"-the finest vessels plying to
South Americ" built especially for this
Service. Stop-overs at
RIO DE JANEIRO, SAO PAULO,
SANTOS, MONTEVIDEO, BUENOS
AIRES, TRINIDAD and BARBADOS

SOUTH AMERICA has no rival i
the world for the grandeur of its
scenery and the architectural beaty
of its cities. Seasons are reversed
and the climate is cool and bracing.
You enjoy-Large Airy Dining Room,
Library, Social Room, Smoking Room,
Ample Deck Sp ace'with Games), delicious
Meals, Attentive Steward Service.
Sightseeing in charge of an academic
guide-hotels, automobiles, etc. and all
other necessary expenses are included.
For Reservations and Full Particulars
apply to
Sanderson & Son, Inc., ,agents.

LAM T gHLT ALINE NWYRK .Y

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Distinction....
Personality and good character combined
-with good clothes will aid one a long way
urn the ladder of success.
Clothes, that are different iM style and
quality is what w: offer to aid you in your
climnb. Clothes bought from us are differ-
ed.-. A-n investigation will show you.
C ARxT IER'S
306 S. State St.
Second Floor, over H-allet's Jewelry

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Guy Woolfolk & Co.
33~6 South State Streetf
Ann Arbor, Hici.
2lasts and Patterns exdusive q our own desiqn
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METROPOLITAN OPERA HOUSE BLDG. KNICKERBOCKER BUILDINGa
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I~E IE BY ALL!
Yct tie had the i~s augh!
Direct from ^esation i runs at three of Broadway, New
Y orks grratest tPeatrcn, All Newv York is talking about i!
: "It ma i',c r and it made me laughi--i is the highest pointa
-in caftsma nhp that the m~tiof picture has yet attained!"-
-N. Y. Bi -oard. "Re dly leaves ,one reathless."-Christian~
-Science Monitor.
Musc oueJndHil.mudtoiu
Aspce merican A4.Saciat iou Courtesy-
orVivrh ~- ta I'iatre

:cr'eedi Spremac~iy Significant min Its 3MeanIng

UndIer tI k' Ausipices* of the

Tickets may be pulrchiased
the M1ichiganUt nion and
Book Stores

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JAMES M., BARRIE'S
Immortal Story and Play

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HBelt), tx >soii
Er 1nest '.Torrene
and a Fahst of Your
Fa-orite stars

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Betty Bly the
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I aiiiie Garou,
Robert Warivick

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Stage Presents ion~7
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Here's a Picture T'hat's Going to
Charm You
The Iii of the screen
brings Barrie's famous master-
piece to you a thousand times In Addition
greater even than the play,HC tlie'
which has charrn1d millions in H .Wte'
its twenty-one years of unl- " THIE PACE LAICS"9
eqaldpplrt.Betty Bronson, Barrie's own Wt
clhoice, is the ideal Peter Pan. George O'Hara
Ernest 'Torrence is -a marvelousAlet agi n
Captain Hook. trend~y, TinkerAletVaguii
Bell and the other delightful "Merton of the Goofier"
c'haracters are faithfully por-
t rayed.

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LAGHTER. THAT WILL RAISE YouRt
SPIRITS!
MACK SENNETT PRes TS
SPuOO40KY IGHTT7
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Added Attract o
BIEHEE AND "'W3
"THE SHIEIKS OF AS~
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NOVE LltY *RCETACHETRA AINDI) EWS
rihursda'i-"I FHOLD TIS WOMIAI"--AlI Star Cast

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