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?estival Shows Annual Growth

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WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY ONLY
10% OFF on Personalized orders from our many sample books.
Includes stationery, napkins, matches, etc. (No phone orders,
please.)

icil.
upon
I as a

OFF on selected STATION-
ERY of all kinds and Invita-
tions.

SCRATCH PADS -- 100 sheets
3"x5"--3 for 1 Oc; 4"x6"-5c ea.
9"x12"-50 sheets-25c
12"xl 8"-50 sheets-50c

rfor

order to be
had to bel

119 EAST LIBERTY

El

r-shopping" tour.
urned having engaged,
ness as the leading actor
:med arrangements with
uthrie as director.
the first season of eight
o plays, "Richard III"
Well That Ends Well,"
en. Proceeds from the
work allowed the Festi-
>and the tent theatre to
Ipeople, the largest and
theatre of its kind in the
Extend Season
ht-week season was ex-
nine iti 1954 when the
featured a three-play
including Sophocles'
Rex." A two-week drama
Canadian students and
tions nf the theatre and
ring and Fine Arts, were

Gigantic

FORMER THEATRE - This tent housed the Stratford Shakespearian Festival until the completion of the new building in 1957. It
contained three-and-one-half tons of canvas with a 16-tier concrete foundation. It was used for the festival from 1953.until last
year, and held over 1300 people. The original stage and tierseating has been retained in the new building, which was constructed on
the same site.

The Stratford Music Festival,
additional exhibitions, a four-week
Film Festival and a permanent
theatre were innovations of the
1955 season.
In the 1957 winter season, the
Stratford Festival launched its
first touring company.

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BARGAIN DAYSSPECIALS

Well known make CORSEL-
ETTES PANTY GIRDLES and
GIRDLES. Not all sizes or

Nylon
COATS.

Quilted

BRUNCH

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Many blue. Sizes

styles
Priced

but a good selection.
5.95 to 25.00
at price

161° to 221/2.

Priced 22.95

Sale price 12.95

10900
Publishers' brand-new, original editions-
nationally advertised at $3.00 to $10.00
They're sensational bargains at this low price.

small group of BRUNCH COATS
Nylon Quilted. Pastel Shades ... 1/3 off

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$

00

A group of nylon gowns. Nylon

slips and nylon.
'5.95 to 8.95

waltz gowns
at 3.95

Cotton SLIPS 3.95.. at 1.95
Special group of off the shoul-
der and strapless BRASSIERES
'/ price

NOW

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- ULRICH'S BOOKSTORE-

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8e n/L ARDE ShP
8 NICKELS ARCADE

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NTERIOR - The interior of the old Stratford tent
eserved in the new theatre building, and increased
ition of an 858-seat gallery to a, capacity of 2,190.
is more than 65 feet from~the stage.

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ARBOR
B AR G AIN

I DAYS OF WONDERFUL
BARGAINS FOR YOU..
Entire Summer Stock at
Reductions tU make these the best bar-
gain days we've ever had! Your days to
find exceptional values. Prices lower
than your greatest expectations.

BARGAIN DAYS

at MAST'S Campus Shop
Entire Stock of MEN'S SHOES

All Spring WOOL SUITS
and COATS. Originally
priced 39.95 to 55.00.

$2300
ANY TWO 14.95 sale

All summer pastel and prints
and many dark suit cos-
tumes, dresses, all summer
evening dresses, bridesmaids
and wedding 'dresses . .
Originally priced 29.95 to
49.95.

By Nationally Advertised
Winthrop

items priced
23.00.

together,

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BUILDING - This close-up of the Stratford per-
re building shows the fluted roof which covers the
ing containing stage facilities, offices and lounges,
theatre.

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$1300 DRSSE i$al10nAl
All pastel summer dresses sizEs 75, 10 roupsn All pastelsummer dresses
and suits. All white and , ' orig. to 17.95. Many orig.
pastel spring coats long and were to' 29.95. All summer
shorties originally priced suits, all duster coats, orig.
V19.95 to 35.00. to 19.95.
$500
$700
50 better dresses, hats, better blouses,
All duster and car coats, all light summer costume jewelry, (genuine zircon set
cottons orig. to 10.95. Many to 17.95. rings) skirts, jackets, sweaters, girdles,
bras. Many were 3 times their sale price.

tho

VERETT'S DRIVE-IN
e Home of the Famous California Delux Burger""
French Fries * 15cMik Shakes

NOTHING
HELD BACK!

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4 BIG GROUPS-NOT AVAILABLE

IN ALL SIZES

Served In Car

Electronic Curb Service

WEST STADIUM BLVD.
Wrigley's NO 5-58641

-MEN'S SPORT *iroup - 0 !
alsand DRES H_*an"
adDRESS SHOES "17.95 -

1.98 and 13.98.
Hats, blouses, (nylon, rayon and better
cottons). Handbags, plastic-straw. and
leather. Shorts, halters, sweaters, and
costume jewelry of all kinds.

$1.00
Headbands and pony-tail clips, nylon
hose, hats, gloves, costume jewelry and
rings. At 49c earrings - pins - brace-
lets - flowers.

PRESENT THIS COUPON
Garmen'ts
2 3LINT-FREE
SCLING-FREE
q CLEANED-- PVESSED

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Group No. 2

MEN'S LOAFERS'
400

Group No. 3
MEN'S
WASHABLEOXFORDS
and
LEATHER SANDALS
.480

Group No. 4
MEN'S
SAMPLE SHOES
500,

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Any 3 $1.95 items
purchased together
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