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OF FESTIVAL SEAT SAL

Choice 2its From
College exchanges

coats

Robes

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& Co.
-MAIN STREET
AT WASHINGTON

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T OLD SUIT

looks like a hopeless case hanging in
the closet. Well, don't worry, let us'
dry clean and press it for you-it is
good for lots of wear yet, and think of
thie saving. Bring it in or let us call
today.
ANN ARBOR STEAM
DYE WORKS
PHONE 628

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FOR
EVERYTHING
ELECTRICAL
No Job too Small or too Large.
WASHTENAW
ELECTRIC SHOP'
"The Shop of Quality"
If it's not right we make it right
- PHONE 273 -

MUSIC SCHOOL GIVES INFORMA-
TION FOR PURChASE O MAY
CONCERT TICKETS
The preliminary announcement of the
next May Festival which has just
been issued and which is being widely
circulated contains information re
garding seat sales as follows:
In General
Reserved seat tickets for the twen-
ty-fifth annual May Festival may be
purchased either by mail (which ap-
plies to Ann Arbor patrons as well
as others)' or in person as given be-
low.
Not more than six tickets will be
sold to any person at one time. The
first four rows (A-B-C-D) oa the main
floor will be unavailable on account
of the enlarged stage.
Patrons are reminded that if tick-
ets are lost or mislaid duplicates will
not be issued and that under no cir-
cumstances cantickets which have
been sold be returned.
Mail Orders
Mail orders will be filled in advance
of the public sales in the order of
receipt, provided remittance to cover
accompanies the order. Tickets will
be selected as near as possible to the
location asked for, but if this is im.
possible, the best available seats will
be selected and will be mailed out on
or about the date announced for the
public sale of tickets in the respec-
tive blocks. Unless accompanied by
fee for registration they will be sent
out by ordinary mail at patron's risk.
Public Sales
Public sales begin at 8:00 o'clock in
the morning.
On Saturday, March 9, and Satur
day, March 16,bthe sales will be con-
ducted at the box office in ill audi-
torium; on intervening and follow-
Ing days at the University School of
Music, Maynard street.
Block ''A"
On Saturday, March 9, at the box
office in Hill auditorium, all seats
remaining, aftei patrons' (see below)
and mail orders have been filled, in
block "A" section 2-3-4 (three mid-
dle sections-main floor), and the
first six rows of the first balcony will
be offered to the public at $6.50 each
or $3.50 each if Pre-Festival cover
coupon is exchanged.
Beginning Monday, March 11, all
remaining seats in block "A" will be
reduced 50 cents to $6.00 and $3.00
respectively.
Block "B"
On Saturday, March 16, at the box
office in Hill auditorium, all seats in
block "B" section 1 and 5 (two side
sections-main floor), the last nine
rows in the first balcony and the first
eight rows in the second balcony will
be offered at $5.50 each or $2.50 each
if Pre-Festival cover coupon is ex-
changed.(
Beginning Monday, March 18, all
re aining seats in block "B" will be
reduced 50 cents to $5.00 and $2.00
respectively.
Block "C,
On Saturday, March 23, at the Uni-
versity School of 1Music all seats in
Block "C", second balcony rear, will
be offered at $4.50 each or $1.50 each
if Pre-Festival cover coupon is ex-
changed.
Beginning Monday, March 25, l're-
maining seats in block "C" will be
reduced 50 cents to $4.00 and $1.00
respectively.

Dr. Milenke Vesnitch, chairman of
the Serbian War Mission, who recently
paid a visit to Harvard, contrasted the
war preparations in Serbia and the
United States. He said that Serbia
was in the midst of the struggle and
was compelled to mobilize quickly,
bit America being far from any dan-
ger and also somewhat hardened -to
war conditions after three years of
observing it in Europe, is taking a
leisurely course.
A service flag, containing 130 stars
was recently unfurled on the campus
of the University of Nebraska.'
*A schedule for pracically every
spring sportwhich had been abandon-
ed by the two rivals, California and
Stanford, has recently been arranged
and an agreement signed.
The University of Oregon has a girls'
band of nearly thirty pieces which has
played for dances and already given
a number of concerts in the nearby
towns.
in advance after subscribers of rec-
ord have been provided for, or in per-
son at the office of the University
School of Music, Saturday morning,
March 2, between the hours of 8 and
12 oclock, upon the payment of $10
per ticket, or $7, if $3 Pre-Festival
cover coupon is exchanged.
Holders of patrons' tickets are per-
mitted to reserve the same seats for
the 1918-1919 and following series of
concerts.
Individual Concerts
On Saturday, May 4, the sale of
course tickets will be discontinued
and on Monday, May 6, all unsold
course ticketswill be broken up and
offered for sale for indivdual con-
certs as follows:
Main floor ........ ......$2.00
First balcony and tspcond balcony
front ...................$1.50
Second balcony rear...,.....$1.00
Dr. Eloise Walker, 908 Monroe
street, and Mrs. R. W. Cowden, 1016
Olivia avenue, will be at home to
college women from 4 to 6 o'clock
Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. A. S. Whit-
ney, 823 East University avenue, will
be at home from 3:30 to 5:30 o'clock.
Those wishing to go to Detroit on
the special car for "College Night,"
are asked to call Louise Potter, '16, at
the office of the dean of women in
Barbour gymnasium, before tomorrow
morning.
Prof. W. A. Frayer will give the first
lecture of the "World Today" series
at 4:15 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at
Barbour gymnasium.
Dr. Harry Ward of -oston universi-
ty, will speak in room 104, Economics
building, at 4 o'clock Monday after-
noon. Those interested in sociology
are invited to be present.
Angell house must make 20,000
sponges before March 1. Every hour
helps.
University women will register
March 18, as the date set for state reg-
istration (April 6) comes spring vaca-

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FURNISHINGS
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HOT DRINKS
that will make you more thoroughly enjoy the sna
cold of winter.
A HOT CHOCOLATE OR LEMONADE
skating trip makes you feel great. LET US SHOW

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Approve the use of
Electrical Appliances in t
Sick Room
HEATING PADS
-relieve pain and have rhany advantages over
water bottle.
ELECTRIC AIR HEATERS
-supply clean heat and do not vitiate the air.

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TYPEWRITERS
For Sale and Rent
TYPEWRITING
M imteograpleing
Fraternity and Social Stationery
0. R. MORRILL
322 South State Street
IF IT'S ANYTHING
PHOTOGRAPHIC, ASK
SWAIN
113 East University
A. It becomes an obligation as
soon asone or more War-Savings
stamps are affixed to it.
Q. Can I get a War-Savings certi-
ficate without buying a stamp?
A. No.
Q. Does the War-Savings certifi-
cate cost anything?.
A. No. The agent from whom you
:s the stamps will write your
name and address on the certificate
and will furnish you an envelope
in which to keep it.
Q. What do I do next?
A. You'have now become a saver.
Continue to buy War-Savings stamps
every week or month and put them
on your certificate until you have
all the 20 spaces. When this is done
you can buy another War-Savings
stamp and you will receive free of
cost another certificate to which you
can attach new stamps as you buy
them.
Q. When I have filled the 20 spaces
on my certificate what do I do with
It?
A. Keep the certificate until Janu-
ary 1, 1923, and the government will

LET US FURNISH YOU WITH
MODERN DEVICES

THE COST IS SMALL AND THEY
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WILLIAMS AND MAIN ST. A
MEDICAL STUDENT
When buying supplies be sure to see us.
Our line is complete. Our prices right.
MICROSCOPES FOR REN

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ave on the
is the first

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107 South Main Street

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V a War-
a War-

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wh

ich to fix pay you $100 for it.
rtificate a- "Standard" Loose-Leaf Note Books
at Wahr's. Lettered without expense.,

Course Tickets t"on. As many as possible areurged
Course tickets will continue on sale to attend the meetings and classes in
thereafter at $6.00, $5.00, $4.00, x$3.00 registering offered by the registration
$2.00, $1.00 (if cover coupon is ex- conference Tuesday and Wednesday.
changed) until Saturday, May 4, or so Special meetings for college women
long as they last. will be held at 3 o'clock on 'both days
Patrons Tickets of the conference.
In accordance with previous an-
nouncement subscribers of record to Ticket's for the cotillion, which be-
patrons tickets for the 1917-1918 Pre- gins at 8 o'clock Friday night, March
Festival concert series may secure the 1, immediately following the athletic
same seats for the May Festival by banquet, should be called for at the
returning their cover coupons either office of the dean of women at Barbour
by mail or in person to the office of gymnasium.
the University School of Music not,
later than Friday, March 1, and pay- Interclass basketball season will
ing additional fee of $4.00 each. start about March 5.
Others who desire patrons' tickets Senior society will meet at 7:30
may secure them either by mail, in o'clock tomorrow night with Ruth
which case their orders will be filled Bailey, 1706 South University aven-
nue.
Buy your alarm clocks at 1. L
Chapman's, Jeweler. 113 S. Main. U. of M. Jewelry. J. L. Chapman's
Adv. - is tae place. - 118 B. Main.-Adv.
Michigan's Greatest Music House
I Finest line of,.Music Instruments
in the world
If interested in anykind of instrument whatever see us
GRINNELL BROS., 116 S. Main St.

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We have an active market in this security.
Let us execute your buying or selling orders.
FORSHEE and KUEHNLE

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PHONE 808

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Students'
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gr { room. Fine neighborhood. Private
family. Call 2283-W.
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Stylus will meet at 7:30 o'clock 1
Tuesday night at the Alpha Phi house.
JOE STOUT, WILL ATTEMPT
TO DEFEAT RAY AFTER WAR
Detroit, Feb. 16.-Joe Stout, for'mer
long distance runner of the University
of Chicago, who joined the aviation
corps and is stationed at Fort Wayne,
will wait until after the war to make
a supreme effort to defeat his track
rival, Joie Ray.
Stout recently obtained a furlough
and competed in the Melrose Athletic
club's mile and a half event at Madi-
son Square Garden, New York. Ray
won the race and Stout came in third.
The latter claims, however, that he
could have done better if he had used

more judgment in
of the contest.
As soon as the w,
tends to start rund
an open secret that
run against Johnn:
of 4:16 flat for the
Second-hand Boo
exchanged at Wahr
store.--Adze.
Put on taint tha
1-. Major & Co. Mar
grade Paints. Phc

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d. 1309

LOST.
LOST-Pair of bow glasses, rimless,
in leather case, between University
hospital and campus. Call 2310-J.
LOST - A cameo ring. Finder call

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