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FRIDAY, MAY 22,, 1925

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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AT 3P.IM ADVERTISING0AT3PM

FOR SALE-A. series of May Festival
tickets for the remaining perform-
ances, 1st row second balcony.
Tay be had for $2:50. Call 22197.j

Oupr. moderate prices make it possible I
,for all 'to have FRESH HOMEI
GROWN FLOWERS.I
t ANN ARBOR FLORAL CO. I
,.22 E. Liberty. Phone 1630 1
MARTHA WASHINGTON CANDY
Fresh every Friday. Tice's, 119 E.
Liberty.

Rheads Household Packing Co.
Moving-Packing-Storage
Call us for long distance moving.
Loads insured. I ship to all points.
526 Detroit St., Phone 3515.
SHtOES REPAIRED MALE YOU
WAIT
0I. G. AIN)RES
*222 SOUTH STATE STREET

ATTENTI ON STUDENTS
We clean and block hats of all
Jlfinds with the latest of equipment at
the lowest of prices. 15 years of ex-
perinece will guarantee our work.
*We also (10 shoe repairing of high-
est quality.
THlE WASHINGTON SHOP
1I" E. wasliingtoll lSt. 1DIMi 7373
COLLEGE LADY-We have a few
openings for students. for summer
work; 'satisfying from standpoint
of duties and salary; must be
willing to work and study. Write
Dept. "B", m'ark Avenue Bldg., De-
troit.
Tutor in Ec. 51, .Ec 52.
Free if you fail final
BPox. 106 Michigan Daily
WAN{TED)
WANTED-Position for fall term,
cook fraternity or sorority house
preferred. Call 8417, 8 to 11:30 A.
Al. Miss Casslerr.
SAXOPHLONE player, alto, 4 yearsr
ex peien1ce, summer resorts, (e-
sires work while attending sum-
mner school. 31Ox 117.
WANTED--For next year, single
rvoom for law student cheap. B3ox
112.
WANTED-Two rooms, high class

SWANTED-Student barber for sum-I
E mer. Apply at Church street Bar-
ber shop. Call at 607 Church St.
TAILORS
A TAILOR-MADE PUIT
Will satisfy your taste, and fit
fyou best.
WILD THE TAILOR
113 South Main St.
FOR RENT!
$50.00 MONTHLY. Heated unfur-
nished self-contained 5 room apart-
ment. Private entrance. No ob-
jection to a small child. 2 blocks
from campus. 7013 Ralph T.
S wezey.k
FOR RENT-For summer, furnished
first floor flat, desirable, suitable
for man and wife. Phon 6668.
5-ROOM apt, with bath and heat, va-
cant June 1. Can be had at very
reasonable rental for summer
school if desired. Prefer tenant
for entire year. Inquire at 633
Church St.
FOR RENT-A cozy suite for the
for the summer, between campus
and hospitals. Dial 8842.
FOR RENT-Comfortable, furnished
house,. southeast section with six
rooms, bath and single garage for
summer only. Dial 3568.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Two patrons tickets for
May Festival, main floor. Good
seats. Call 9626.
FOR .SALE -Washtenawv District,
six room house, hard wood floors,
fire place, good closets, good heat-
ing system, newly painted and dee-
rorated, garage, location 523 Linden
St., near Angell School and conven-
ient to University. 'Terms. Dial
owner 3291.

Prone: 3912
For Typewriter Repairing
(all makes)
Dealer in Woodstock typewrhers,
Standard- and Portables adding Ma-
chiness
.IAnn, Arbor. Typewriter 1Exciauge.
9 Snt rngs. Bank Bildjxng.

LOST -A brownt purse containing
fountain pen, money and valuable
pa pers, p~rob~ably in rooni 1213 Lit
Blidg.. Thursday noon. Call 8351.
Reward.
BEAUI V SIIOPI'ES
P'ermnienit \avi ng and Marcelling,
MACK AND CO.
3rd Floor Main St.
jDiM1'ATTI A BEAUTY SlO P offers
soft. wa-ter sbapipoos, especial at-

I pring
. May 22, 23-May. Fes
1 ay,22.-Senior Ball.,
. 11aiy.22-Fr-osh Spring.
May 2-L-ast dlay for
plona .fees.
tay, 23--Outdoor
track input.
Micigiiu-baseball,
ai ly '2, .211 Interscho
M a y 2 9 -Wi S i C o n sin.

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L9Ttninfr curly hair. hair cut-
ting and waving by expert opera-;
LOST-Large notebook, last Friday.1 tors. P=hone 8878.
Initials B. A. T. on front. Reward.j
Call 3851 ask for Tyn dall, 413 S. REW ARD
Division. f.
- $4000O RE WAR l)!!!
LOST-Phi Gammia Delta fraternity ' $500.00 can be ekrned by college !I
Pin. Owners name on lback. Please m ien selling F uller. Brushes this
return. Call 41.51. ! uiuier. Li collecting at once by!
getting p a r t i c u -1 a r s from M. V.
Hleaphy, 917 Mjary St. Phone 3521.
LOST-Irish terrier, answers to i-
Rusty'-harness on when last se'I. ID
Reward, phone, 21-941, 1506 Geddes.'Read the Want Ads' ,

N4 TICE

Second semes~ter
whose marks for.
se ester wer e..of °"
better. areeligible, t4
positions on. the~l~
Staff of the 1926.
sian.
Applications, shop
ini person, at the Pr
any afternooni this m~
2 and 3 o'clock.
F. M. PI-1
Busirn

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ress buildingb
v'aek between
IELlPS, Jr.
ass Manager.

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Itrack meet. son. Included in theloadegts
V? eats Iray 30-Iowa v, Michigan-base- ,tor the national convention. were: Miss
}cal' j aze Craerpresident; Miss Mar-
itival. Hlay' 30-Wisconsin v-s. Michigan- ae imn ertr;Ms rn
tennis. gaeGimnsertr;MsFa-
Junie 10, 11-Alumni meet in Detroit., i Thorpe, Miss Winifred M1.or, Mrs.
Paryeto. i Juie 1'3-Ohio State vs. Michigan- Pearl Flanders, Dr. Carry Stuart,
pamn fd- baseball. Mrs,. Tessie Stoddard, and Miss Nona
Junie 12-Alumni Reunion Day. Fogerty.
Initerscholastic .utlie 12-Senior Class Day. Uia e ok a wre h
All-Stars vs. ;OYNlINOFYOT LB trophy offered by the Toledo Zonta
4UT'LIMES YEAR'S 1POLICIES jclub to the organization in the con-
Mastic ,Tennis____
I I federation which had done the ,most
vs, Michigan (nine ro aeIie constructive work of the year. The
vu~ic Th wok ofvoctionl gi award was based, on the work dlone
ance during the coming year in ac- during "Girls' week" which, was of
F. ~cordance with the national program.,' value to. more than 1,000, girls,
Teclub will keep two girls at a ___________
r, freshmen summer camp during the coming sea- READ TIM i4CL8$bP1.'ID'ADS,,
the first......, :_ ..
"C" grade' or f
a try, out for
,er Business
Michiganen-y
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FOR SALE---Ford in
good tires. Will sell
('Call Ginn, Dial 4418.

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a sacrifice.

penheimer
GOOD CLOTHES
Copyright 1924
The Hom cof Kuppenheirrker
Kuppenheimer Good Clothes
icor alive, alert and aggressive
Young Americans

FES TIVAL
Third May Festival Con-icert,
FiDlAY A YTERNQO1;%T , MAY :',, 2:&. UQfCIX
soloist
Loretta Doginan
Chlilidren's Festivail, Chorus-Josephi E. ~Alndli, +C'orint*r_
.Iali1Ros cheat), elen I31uiie and Annaip ro,~ne6, ACC0111udti
PalmerCi' Cristiani, Or: ' Hit.
PROGRAM
(a) The Ileaven8 Proclaim .... .............Be.ethoven
(b) Goodnight, Farewell ......................Kuckeln
High School Chorus
(a) Gia 11 Sole Dal Gange ............................. Scarlatti
(b), 4,ng l, 1?1Caro lBene ............. .................Secchl
Loretta 1Peg 4i
(a) Spinning Chorus from "Flying Dutchman"............Wn ager
(b) Calm Is the Night................................... Bohm
Girls' Glee Club
Angelus from "Scenes Pittoresques"..................... Masshnet
Harp Ensemble
Aria. "Ah Miton Fils" from "Le Prophete................ teyerbeer
Miss Deg'ant
L1ovely Appear" from "The Rledemrption "................. Goufliod
Geraldine Schlemmer, Soprano
Boys' and Girls", Glee Clubs
Supplication ............................................ .LaF'orge.
iDawn in tie lDesert.................................. . . Ross
The ]fain Song :....................... .............. ....Hahin
Bolero ..................................................Ardj l
CIs Dcgiul
Suite, "Alice in WXondecrland..'................ Edgar Stillman Kelley
Alice on Her Way
The White RabbitI
in tWonderland
Thy 1Banquet of the Red Queen
Children's Festiv al Chords

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acco modations, or one large room1,,
p referabl y in apartment, near cams-
pus for next school year, for an

F'OP,, SALE-12 room house suita ble
for fraternity or sorority, near Hill
'St., includes furniture, silverware.
dlishes, etc. $1000 clown, $150 per

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instructor. Box 116.E
WANT ED-Two tickets for Concert
Saturday evening. CalilZinn 21917.1I
WANTVED)--College woman for s;um-
nmer workn; valuable business ex-1
perience, splendid opportunity.
B-ox 115.

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month. See Iloffiain, 739
U~niversity ave. Phone 7078.

East

FOR SALE -
FOR SALE,
Set.of General JBallooni tire: and
five wire wheels for Ford, also Wil-
lard battery. 1358 Geddes, Dial 21335.

Fourth. Mahy Festival

Concert

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Keel) Your Lawn Attractive
A well-kept lawit rdfleel s credit on yourself, and your wvhole nieigh-
borliood. Set thwexaintple,-b~e a good neighbor.
MIOLDED) HOSE
Solid rubber center strergthened with fabric. MVill not, kink or break.
Aniy length complete withi couplings.
%-in., lie and 15c per foot.
Hose Repairers .. ......15c
Hose Couplings, pair ....25
Hose clamps..........23C
Hose nozzles ...........6bc
Schienker's HardwareE
213 West Liberty

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la'Il)AY I 7EVENING, M:AY 22,4 9 4 VL K
Liiwreiice Tibbett. Baritone
it'e (huvago u y inp,o urOichestra.- ij. 1'a ec i ick totk; 4ondintor
PROGRAM
P'relude, Act 11L, "A B:asso Porto".............Spinelli
syimphony, No. t;, F major, Op. 90 ...................brahms
Allegro con b~rio;
Andante;
Poco allegretto;
Allegro
Aria. "Er i " firom "The Masked Ball" . ..... ........... .. Verdi
Liiwroinve Tilbbet~
Intermission
AnI a, "Vision Fugitive" from "Ierodilade'...... .. .....:NMassenet
1Mr. 'Iibbett
Luite, "From Finland," Op. 24 .........:.. ... . .....Pal Ogren
"Spring hDreams"
"Minuet in Popular Style"
"Dance of the Falling Leaves"
"Sleigh Ride"
Aria, Ford's "Monologue" from "Falstaff" ................. Verdi
Mr.',Tlbbett
"Ascent of Brunhilde's Rock and Finale" fr"om ":iegfried"~
.. . . .. . . .. . . .. . . .. . agner
Fifth May Festival Concert
SATi'URIAY ALF"YERNQ -),N, IAY ?3, 2 t4Q ,4'CLOCK
Soloist
Mischia Elman, Violinist
The Chicago kSytilphplny Qjrcistr4-Mr. Frederick Mtock, Conductor
PROGRAM
Suite, No. 3, D major ... .........................Bach.
Overture
Air
Gavottesf I and II
Bouree
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trim at the hips; wide, roomy trous.

waist;
se rs for

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Friday and Saturday

that free, swinging stride.

That's how Kup-

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Giant Alarm Clocks, $1.50 value ....... .......
Tennis Shoes, $1.50 value....................
White Dress Shirts with Collar.................
Three 50c Knit Neckties...................
Eight 2,000-sheet rolls fine toilet tissue ..........
Family Scales, $2.00 value..................
12 x 18 Mirrors, white enamel frames...........
Thirteen Cakes Cocoa Lemon Toilet Soap .......
Twelve White Cups and Saucers, $2.00 value ... .
Overalls and Jackets.......................
Cocoa' Door .Mats, $1.50 value................
Boston Bags, good grade...................
Twelve Climax Wall Paper Cleaner ...........
Ladies Umbrellas, $1.50 value...............
1,000 Crepe Napkins .......................
4/Z-ft. Skirt Boards............... ........ .
Cut Glass Water Sets ..................... .
Aluminum Roasters........................
English Teapots, fine assortment..............
Rugs, 26 x 50, good patterns.................

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figure in these beautifully tailored suits.
Exclusive Deauville Flan nels in
colorful hues and patterns. Keen
two- and three-button models
for men and young men, all $51
with two pairs of Trousers~

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Symphony. No. 5, C minor...............Beethoven
Allegro con brio;
Andante con moto;
Allegro; Allegro
Intermission
Concerto for Violin and Orchestra, D major......Trchaikowsky
Allegro moderato;
Canzonetta-Andante;
Finale-Allegro vivacissimo
Mi1seha Elmitn
Sixth May Festival Concert
SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 23, 8:00 O'CLOCK
"4LA GIOCONDA"
An Opera ip 'Four Adts 4
CAST"
PROGRAM
La Gioconda ................................... Frances Peralta
Laura ........................................ August' Lenska
La Cieca...................... ......... ... Kathryn Meisle
Enzo................. .................Mario Chamlepe
Barnaba ............. ..... ..............Vicente IBallestep,

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