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THE MICHIGAN DAILY_________

DESTRUCTION Of Sceyert
LIRRY'T NEto eRevealed
June11d' aru0 11' k: g-(e fIri sti I 1:.
NTO NEW BUIL1)1NG TO-5 fels A ll iotwgras*1is
,RE(GTNT's INI)ECLJ.1)I to 1 he sm
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fter much delay, caused by every-
g. from cold weather to freighit con-;
ion, the west' wing of the nlew Li-
-y building is at last ready for use,
moving will start today.
ie upper'reading room and period-
room of the old Libratry will :.be
d tbhls afternoon and evening, but
rwise the building will not be
ed Moving of furniture and all
.es remaining in the old building
be effected Saturday morning. The
building will be open tomorrow
aing.
e main reading room is on the
floor. This will accommodate 100
ents. The periodical room with a
,city of 110 students, and the read-
oom for graduate students are on
second floor. Medical periodicals
be found on the second floor.
is not plann~ed, to use the study,
,d in the basement, "until the
ner session. The Librarian's of-
will be in the basement.
e Library will be closed Sunday,
every Sunday for the rest of the
ner.
struction of'the old building will
2Monday. Much curiosity has
shown as to what will become
e old tower, and particularly the
es. It is not known at present
will be done in, regard to this,
,he tower will remain standing for
time. Arrangements wrere made
time ago by the Regents but lack
nds has made this scheme impos-
It is stated authoratively that
way to keep the tower will be
d.
11RMAN PREIITS OP~ERA
WILL BE HELD) NEXT Y EA1.
in V. Livingston, '18E, general
man of the 1918 opera committee,
cts that, the opera. will be held
sual next year.
veral scenarios have been handed
the committee for next year's
a, some of them being of very
ising material.
e committee wishes to make it
'n1 that anybody who writes a
this su mer and submits it to
committee~ next year for opera
rial may have an opportunity to
the scenario for the next opera.}
of of Music Studentls ("raiune
e 22nd annual commencement cQX-
es of the. University Schoul of
c will be held at 8 o'clock ont
day evening, June 21, ,in Frieze;
orium.
connection with the regular ex-j
es of the evening a musical pro-
will be given, after which di-
as will be presented to the 29'
bers of the graduating class by

Vowing; fidelity to the Goddess
Truth alone , it is said, the memb(
of he argylestaflave forswo
alleg 1inc r theOwtime1.-being, and
the "Cargoleiian ; te lst numl
of the yeao wic!i soon to appe
upo;(n th1ampu ,,y have resolb
to lay bare tdread secrets of can
Artisticefecs galore will be util
0(1in aum upthe number, said
be< of a kn ee before seen in
Ini versity publication. Actual phol
graphs will be employed by way
illustrating the clever burlesque a"
satire.
3liloa"lia U ''['.'x''' ) lA I ) ('uGS,!'hI

of
ers
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in *
ber
ear
ved
Liz-t
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to-
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AT THE THEATERS
TODAY
:l1jestie-Vauideville.
"trade-L~azwl Barrylnore in
"The M P l ona ire's )ouble "
and Ihertz comedy, "The Re-
generation of Regenald."
Orphieumu---.Fanie Ward in "The
School for Husbands." Also
Paranmount Pictographi and
Triangle comedy.
ffuertl--Win. S. Hart in "The
Square Deal Man:" Also Key-
stone conmedy, "Dodging'Iis
Doom11."
Rae-''The Running Fight." Mr.
Jack GIet's Awvay.

Sont." Methods of modern "society
crooks" are exposed in this picture
showing the regular business methods
which are used in the plans of the
gentleman crook.
Lionel Barrymore is soon to under-
take the production of his sister, Ethel
B~arrymore's features and will not be
seen in more than one or two more
productions.
Tomorrow
Peggy Hyland, supported by Marc
MacDermott, will be shown in "Ba-
bette.". In this photoplay Miss Hyland
displays some of that humor which has
placed her in the foremost ranks of
those screen stars who are "cute." She
does not try to be cute-she is cute.
"Babette" is a production which has
an appeal that does not fade out until
the end of the last reel.
11ON STAIRS FOR LIBRARY
HERE; MOVINGI TO TAKE A DAY
Iron stairs which have been caus-
ing the delay in the moving into the
new Library reading roomns have ar-
rived. They are being installed with
as much haste as possible, all work-
men are kept overtime. It is now
practically certain that the new build-
ing will be ready for use this week.
Moving will occupy one day, and the
work of tearing down the old building
will begin at once.
H. (ialnes, '16, Anniounces Engaigenment
The engagement of Honor WV. Gain-
es. '16, to K. W. Vance, '16, was an-
nounced at the Kappa Kappa Gamma
sorority and the Phi Gamma :Delta fra-
ternity last night.

3 i. 4 1 . ' X U ~:!
For years the host and hotess hv ,
s<'?ves that sae q;stio se-ayv'-x' h
occasion hapl-ens to be oite oz t~to.=v;e _,_ &
t'ieatre or 'i x r .et _flti=c " : ..IW, wes
a ready answer---

Store your typewriter with 0. D. Delta Cafe open Commencement
Morrill, 322 South State and avoidwek Table d'hiote service. Speciail
danger and breakage. -adv. 5-6-7-n parties by arrangement.--Adv. 30
f I ki i

ATU Tm E MAJESTIC

I~iison l abr amopgv the various
wced1's ru niat '- sof the state
sth wrkof teSieCouil of
Nationl Defnse. ceordng to the talk
givci by-the an' Caolie artlett
Craneyti.eraafteruoun at the pat-
ri<;lic ms etn for women in
;a l 1( a swcItAngel:,1hal. She urged
thiatl.] v omen's clubs that desired to
se-rve the gox ermiien (t through this
11r^?)nel.
Mri-, Henry ii. Joy of Detroit, spoke
on thO itwNtoa Service Camp
for wlonu, anwd M l'. NV. II.Wait of
Ann, Alror escribed1 the work of the
)Daug-.hters of the American Revolu-
dto. Among their numerous lines of
!service, Mrs, Wait mentioned the $4,-
000t contribulion to- the Belgian relief
fu,td the 65,000 hospital garments

"'Pranei ng Around," a comedy with'
ii sic, opened at the Majestic theater
last night. The story concerns a young
American who is in debt to a money
Icu.der and is living in expectations of
inheriting an uncle's wealth. The uncle
dies and the young man finds that to
inherit the money he must marry the
i ice's widow. The difficulties of ac-
complishing this furnish the complica-
fjfr s of the story. The musical and
dancing numbers are plentiful and the
scenecry and costumes are elaborate.
AT TIE GAIRRItK

This distinctive cr .at~o o~t I ss;kw-
of the choicest c, -A r~' s ' i~tt ,~~i'~a
agreeable bitter tani-,h.,, i.. na:c~; x~z
Guard ARn
have the bottle optmtn x in rr'teI -n -o
has not been broke-i, d h'tt 'cr . , 1A...."*I.i 'n
is sold in bottles only -a~na i.s ,,. a~ 5

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:ndsrgclsple made by the o'
WIJ1nhT'S SlIGNINU ,WITH
!(Con',tinnuedl from Pa ge Three.)
lrows vey sriouly ow with RIo
ey Ibiatd wththe Cartdinals. TI
nresneeof I crgeSise:~oiltheS
Loisauitis the stronge"-st indue
inet hat(h Bownis 1hare for Si
(*U1'Uf~ the ichiga paC tin. Th

'he
e-.
1 ..:

itickey w l sart rnegotiations with
Brn a sfter July first is almos t certain.
Rickey. has kept &losc watchb on Mich--
igan blaseball play-ers, and he is well
2cc,_fiCiit' ih nelsability.
If teMciancpandoes ').o it
''or has alised0 ait wouli
not be surprisng to;se him sign;ed
befre hefirt o JlyInwhich case
il~ice~y wuld h,,epIxe of a31 op-
)p1tun'ii t(to bid f-r the youngster',s
A scout r oneoft thce eastern clubs
Ioslokpin Bran o.er recentlyand be
.a ted that he 1was lae v iti) the
eaptan's howin. Inide'ntally the
vrajr legue epreenttive Passed
'a vorabtlec(omme,, nt: r,)CUthe work of
Bob Glenn. Varsity hur ler, ho lhas
henshowing, all kinds of. stuff this
gpring.

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t'
Ai

It is generally conceded nowadays
hat it nays to advertise. Yet a whole
lay was written to prove this point.
It Pays to Advertise" which the
onstelle company at the Garrick the-
Ater, Detroit, is giving next week is
us play.
The play is a keen presentation of
business deal whose shrewdness
ite surpasses itself, and which is
milt on advertising.
AT T.lIlE ARCADE
Lionel Barrymore in "The Million-I
ire's Double" may be seen at the.
rcade today. Mr. Barrymore was
ecently the star in "His Father's'

LAST

AT

Saturday Night

IKE'S'FIRST,
String Orchetra

.Admeission 7 5 C' t

ASSEMLY
(OF THE YEAR)
ARMO t.Y

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TAIO~mADE

SUMMER

SUITS

REDUCED TO

$5990

fnly

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Albert A. Stanley of the School -
usic. OlIrstronk C oes to._ki iat4ion School
____ ___- George T. 'Ohrstrom, '19, 733 Southl
tit Sc_-iice -akes fi1l'iiu i'Reprt ;tte street, lftfor Detroit yesterday
e finlal repoof teiG (~ri t Wclu~tthe aViation co13;.of the
.h service for the month of May UnT~ited States.. army. His plans are
S 2,709 office calls with C new riot yetide'hiitebt he expects to go
nts registered. Among these wvNere to C< hapagn, J_1'.. aturdlay where he
hroat infections, 7 cases of ineas- will enroll in the..aiation school.
3cases of scarlet fever, 3 cases - _
phther'ia, and 221 phsca xam1- Typewriters store., cleaned and re-
ns were given. 20. Oaf which were paired. 0. D. Alerrill, 322 South State
e ambulance units.. St.-Adiv. ---

on account of unfavorable weather

This reduction is so extreme, so sharp, that we can't give it to
everyone. We only have a few hundred suits, so we want to sell them
only to those that are either our old customers, or to any new cus-
tomers that will buy any of our made-to-measure suits that range in
price from $17 up.
This means that you get a $25 summer suit made of the finest
American or Scotch tweeds for $5 with 'any other made-to-measure

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I 'R E PA REJD -

The
June Br~de

C 1GIASS
1847 ilogeis & Comuu ily

The
Young Graduate

WATCHES

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Please remember all the suits are made to measure right here in.
Ann Arbor, and let me tell you such that suits for $11 are the greatest
value at any time, especially now when this country is experiencing a
woolen famine.
So come in, save money, order your suit now --because you will
have to pay higher prices later.

suit for $17.

Two suits for $22, or $11 each.

The MITIIA
Dep'ar'g Soldier V".RIST WvI. CHES
Jill all need S omethin g to be found amon1 t the
lodcs that S{CHLANDERER & SERPFRIED, TJ4,welers,
ll. OUR SERVICLE IS PROMPT.

lassy
Uphe

yL~IAND[ ,S Y~i
&SEYFRIEDl, '113 E. Liberty

F. W. Allen, Mgr.

218 E. Huron Street

P. S.--Do you. know the story of the early bird-?

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