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UUT S DAY, MARCH 11,, 1926

ARCITITSFOND.Bandit Iaen titv
I Remains Mystecry
HAD DATE SC HOD Ann Arbor0'po~li c ofh(cers,' accgin-
parrie d by R. L. 1Wi. Jrudto
of the Butterfield theater company,
searched through the police records of
Summiter Institute At Lake F'orest 1o Detroit yesterday in an effort to fir)
Be Established For Landscape I a picture that would cor r epond to
D~esigners the dlescription of the banudit who held
up Mclienrvy:'Moniday afternoon aand
TO AWTARD FELLOWVSHIP escapdpf with more than $3,000u of thf
Itheater's .money.
-do records 'ill the rogue's gallery
Annoicemnt i mad bv Pof.could -be found that fit the mhan who
Aubrey Tealdi of the landscape design robbed Nlcfeiiry. N further clues
department, of the establishment of Ihad been found by, the local police
a summer post-gradulate Institut(e of force last night.
Architectuire and Landscape Architee-.______
ture to be held at Lake Forest begin- i
ning this year. H AT T RE THEATERS
The Institute, which is b)acked by
the American Society, of, Landscape Today-Screen I
Architects and the American lusti - .! $
tute of Architects, is the outcome of' Arcade-"The Wanderer," with
the efforts of a group of professional( Ernest Torrence and Greta
men headed by Ferruccio Vitale,I Nissen.
prominent landscape architect of New l
York, who realizes the importance of' Majestic -- "Too Much MHoney,"
cooperation between architects and with Lewis Stone and Anne Q.
landscape architects for the finest de- Nillson.
velopment of these allied arts. The I _ __
Institute has the financial backing cif' Wuerth-"The Enchanted Hill,"
prominent patrons of all the arts. with Jack Holit and Florence. .
Men and women graduates in ar-J Viddor.E
chitecture and landscape architecture'
of Illinois, Iowa, Ohio and Michigan; Today-Sta~ge
will be eligible for fellowships in theI1
Institute on the recommendation of Garrick (Detroit) - "Dancing
the respective faculties of those do- Mothers," with Mary and 'John
partments. Fellowships include tray- I 1IHalliday.
eling and all other expenses for thei
summer., I Bonstelle Playhouse (Detroit)- a
At the end of the session a jury of; "The Song and Dance Man."
professional men of national standing I
will award to one architect and one j IShuhert Lafayette (Detroit) - I
landscape architect a fellowshipj "Chorlot's Revue."
abroad for one year to be spent in
collaborative study and design.f New Detroit (Detroit) - "Kid
Boots," with Elddie Cantor and
BATAVIA. -- The rich tin deposits N ary. Eaton.
on the island of Banka which have ________________

iBI TSSES.-Financial, commercial'
and industrial associations through-
out Belgium, with a total miemibrship'
of more than 200,000 combined in for-:
wnation of a league designed Closely to
survey governmental and parlianwii-

3 BU' :OS AIRE"S. - Argentina's for-
ei m tradie for the year 1925 will show
a fa70voraleQbalanlce of about $50,000,-

to'
o t

ry work and sugg.st fLscA andi YS~NTN--h campaign to
nOfr reforms. b ,*.s \ i ha;bal out of *Wa sh-:
inF;o I:_ s be~i renewed oni Capitolj
P'A Y ..I'or ij')SUBSCIPTION NOW. I1111.

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1706 CAMBRIDGE ROAD
A most attractive location in the *Washtenawy Section. Lot 75x 168. Modern and
well built. Call for further particulars.
1000 EAST ANN STREET
Fifteen rooms, lot 6Ox]132, steamr heat, tiled shower bath. House accommodates.
28, dining room. seats 40. Near Medical School and campus. Price $21I,000. Very
good terms.,
Particulars on, financing miethiods nhich Katie lrOved successful furnished free of charge.
Call 311. SERGAXNT ivith
CHARLES Le BROO"KS

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Milk Chocolates ............ ............... 70c
Nuts and Fruits .. ..............$1.00
Nut Goodies ..... ..... ..............7c
Peneuchie ...........................I.....90C

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Special Spring Showing
of Tocoats and. Suits
Styles for spring seem to point to the light colors
again. Either a two or three button sack coat with
rather full trousers. Our spring shipments, including
many shades of colors and many different patterns, is
now on display and wc recommend an early inspection.
$35and $45

BEFORE you even look for the jack
tools, tuck a neat wad of Prince Albert

tire is "all in the day's work."
gloom-~chaser!

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We can give you service in,
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satisfaction hard to equal.

P. A. simply knocks troubles for a row of
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smoke percolates into your system, the sun
crashes through the clouds, and everything is
hotsy-totsy. Yes indeed, Fellows, Prince 'Albert
is great tobacco.
And paste this in the fly-leaf of your the-
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P. A. is sold ever'ywhere ini
tidy red tins, pound and half-
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