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March 31, 1928 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1928-03-31

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DAFATHERS DAY
ETT'ERS ARE SENT TO 4,000
PAJRENTS FOL THREE
DAY AFFAIL
IRANDT IS TOASTMASTER
Ip Nlght, Track And Tennis Neets,
And Free Show To Be, Features
Of Week-End Activities
More than 4,000 letters have bee
nt out to fathers of students in
Le U3IYersitY, inviting them to it-
nd the sixth annual Father and and
>n banquet to be held at the Union
e week-end of May 11, 12, and 1 ,
was announced yesterday by Wil-
im Nissen, '29, chairman of the
mmittee in charge of the affair.
Activities of the visiting fathers
.e being arranged for each day that
ey -are to be here, with the ban-
et the big feature of the week-
d. The night of May 11 has been
inounced as Cap Night and many
the fathers are expected to come
Ann Arbor primarily to see the
iservance of this old tradition,
Lich many of them have gone
rough while in the University.
turday afternoon there will he
ack and tennis eets at Ferry field,!
d Harry Tillotson, manager of the
hetsc associaEtion, has pleged his
pport to the Union and passes
11 be afforded the fathers. Passes
e also to be given out by the But-
rfield management for the Majestic
eater on Saturday night, May 11,
ter the banquet.
The feature talk of the banquet
t .yet arranged. Attempts are be-
g made to get some alumnus who
also a father of a student in the
liversity now. Carl Brandt, of the
eech department, has been chosen
4stm'aster of the program on which
of. William D. Henderson, director
the University Extension division,
d William Jeffrie, grad, president
the Union will appear.
USINESS SCHOOL
SPONSORS MO VIE
How rayon, an artificial silk, has I
ade fine clothing within the means
everyone was shown in a moving
cture sponsored by the School of
Lsnesn Administration yesterday
ernoon in natural Science auditor-
-.
rhie film, "The Romance of Rayon,"
lesented through the courtesy of the
Acose company of New York, de-
ted the process of making rayon
res from the cellulose .of spruce
d cotton. The finished product was
own to be a superior rival to its
>dei, the silk of the silkworm.
FEDERAL
Baking Co.

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Rightt Models
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Right Quality

.WHEN you get these you are getting every-
thing the discriminating college man can
ask for. Not at stepped-up prices to high
prices to high levels but at our one-and-only
price of $25.
HE small, assemblage of patterns illustrated in the adjoin-
ing panels, of course, can show nothing of the real richness
of the colorings or the novelty weaves in suits and topcoats.
0UR word for it-the styles and materials
are those of the moment. You cannot find
a finer selection anywhere at ANY price.
Oir window displays rill prove the truth of
this assertion.
SPENDING a lot of money for Spring and Easter clothes

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is not necessary and we are prepared to prove it.

Spending

Don't do either.

less than our $25 price is but inviting trouble.

Don't d© :either.

Sororities

ALTERATIONS, if necessary to insure a
perfect fit, at our expense. Courteous and
capable treatment for everyone and your
money right back if you say the word-with-
out question or quibble.

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e and retail baked goods
all occas-ons:

Cream Pu'ifz
Eclairs
Macaroons

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Patties
French Crawlers

Dur d~elivery iser°vice is
our disposal.
Short Orders

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Toasted
Sandwiches

Salads

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ivery, table service, cafe-
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etetic Food Department.

vWe carry a full line
-ister's Food Products.

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