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THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, MARCH

Soloists

to Appear Here
mry Vincent, Erie Organist,. and'
Miss Elizabeth Bennett of
Detroit Feature
'wo distinguished musicians from
of the city will appear as guest
ists at the next concert on the
light series which will be given in
I auditorium at 4:15 o'clock Wed-
day afternoon.
[r. Henry B. Vincent, organist, of
3, Pa., will contribute a large por-
e of the program.
iss Elizabeth Bennett of the fac-
of the Detroit Conservatory of
ic, a soloist of prominence,who
been doing special work under
odore Harrison at the School of
ic during the past two years, will
ear twice.
he program in full is as follows:
cert Overture in G minor..
.........Mansfield
erie in D .flat...........St. Clair
laine . ......... .......Vincent
anay ................Vincent
Henry Bethuel Vincent
Est Dour Il Est Bon"...Massanet
Elizabeth Bennett
lude in C sharp minor..........
.... ... .........Rachmaninoff
tle History"..............Friml
ee Descriptive Pieces:
sunrise"...............Lemare
the March of the Toys"... Herbert
'he Dance of Death". .Saint-Saens
Mr. Vincent
r Tod Das Ist Die Kuhle Nacht,"
:schaft"............... . Brahms
Fountain Court".........Russell
Miss Bennett
mber Song"..............Nevin
rane" ...............Sharpe
nphonic Poem, Finlandia".....
........Sibelius
Mr. Vincent

SUNDAY SERICES IN
ANN ARBOR CHURCHES
First Congregational Church
Prof. Jesse S. Reeves of the Uni-
versity will give another of the series
of lectures on city planning in the
auditorium of the church at noon to-
day. The subject of the lecture will
be "The Relation of the City to Its
Outlaying Territory."
Sunday services at 10:30 o'clock,
subject, "The Architects." Mrs. L.
P. Hall and Dr. W. P. Lombard will
speak at the evening meeting at 6:45
o'clock.
'St.Andrew's Episcopal Church
The Rt. Rev. J. N. McCormick will
preach on the subject of "It Must Not
Suffer Loss," at 10:30 o'clock.
Unitarian Church
Morning services at 10:30 o'clock.
Subject, "The Jesus of the First Three
Gospels."
Newberry Hall
Rev. Lloyd C. Douglas will speak to
the Jewish Student congregation at
6:45 o'clock.
Bethel A. M. E. Church
Preaching at 10:30 o'clock, subject,
"Jesus, the Universal Light."
German M. E. Church
Preaching service at 10:30 o'clock.
First 3. E. Church
Holy communion and services at
10:30 o'clock.
Church of Christ (Disciples).
Morning worship at 10:30 o'clock,
subject, "The Cry of Armenia."
Presbyterian Church
Communion services with reception
of new members at 10:30 o'clock.
First Baptist Church
Morning worship at 10:45 o'clock
at which John Mason Wells will preach
on "Ecce Homo, or the Son of Man."
Church of Christ, Scientist
Morning service at 10:30 o'clock,
subject, "Jesus Christ."

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* AT THE THEATERS

TODAY

Majestic- Bryant Washburn in
"Skinner's Dress Suit."
Orpheum-Pauline Frederick in
"The Slane Market."
Rae-Robert Edeson in "Mort-
main."

and his unique method of getting a
raise.
The openingact at the Majestic
Monday is a girls' boarding school
act with Ned Nestor and Charles
Moore as the principal actors. "Billy's
Santa Claus" is a comedy act with J.
C. Lewis, Jr., in the leading role. Dick-
erson and Deagon offer a group of
catchy songs. Vera Berliner is known
here as the "Violiniste with a soul."
Paul Pedrine will introduce his train-
ed monkey. The two do an acrobatic
stunt.
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily in order to reach the
best of AnnArbor's buyers.
Try a Michigan Daily Want-Ad.

"LES PATTES DE ROUCHE" TO
BE GIVEN BY CERCLE FRANCAIS
"Les Pattes de Mouche," by Victor-
ian Fardou, is the play to be presented
by the Cercle Francais shortly after
spring vacation. The date for the cast
tryout has not been decided upon defi-
nitely but it will probably be next
Thursday. Tryouts will not be con-
fined to the Cercle Francais but will
be open to the whole campus. Thir-
teen are to be selected to take part
in the production.
Dames to Hold Meeting Monday Night
The Michigan Dames will meet at
7:45 o'clock Monday night in Newberry
hall. Mrs. James Foster will address
the society on "Home Decorating."

NEW

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RECORDS

MONDAY
Ma)es ie-Vaudeville.

FOR

Arcade - )Iarguerite Ghale in
"How hoily Made Good."
Orphenm-Pauline Frederick in
"The Slave Market"
Rae- Maclyn Arbuckle in "It's
N~o Laughing Hatter."

MARCH

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Fuller Sisters Concert

TUESDAY, MARCH 6t
Sarah Caswell Angell Hall

S:00 P. M.
35c Admission

AT THE MAJESTIC

UNDER AUSPICES OF WOMEN'S LEAGUE AND

The Majestic offers a comedy "Skin-
ner's Dress Suit," today. The film
deals with the story of a young man

RED CROSS SOCIETY

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.W.C.A. Holds
Reception Friday
eeiits and Faculty Women Will be
Cuests of Members and
Board
he advisory board and members
he Young Women's Christian asso-
ion are to give a reception on Fri-
afternoon, March 9, to which all
versity and faculty women are in-
d. The guests of honor who will
n the reciving line are: Mrs. H. B.
chins, Mrs. F. P. Jordan, Mrs. C. F.
k, Mrs. Alexis Angell, Mrs. E. H.
cock, and Miss Mary Malcomson.
rs. Peacock is a well known dram-
soprano from Detroit, and will
two groups of songs during the
rnoon. The board of directors of
Women's league have decided to
up the regular Friday afternoon
y of the league in order to attend,
at least 500 are expected. New-
y hall will be open from 3 to 6
ck, the entire building being dec-
ed for the event.
rs. E. H. Kraus and Elsie A. Paul,
are in charge of general arrange-
ts for the reception.

PROF. E. L. ADAMS WILL SPEAK
ON FRENCH LITERARY RELICS
"Aucassin and Nicollete" and "The
Song of Roland" are the subjects of
Prof. Edward L. Adams' lecture, 'Two
Master-pieces of Old French Litera-
ture," to be delivered at 5 o'clock
next Thursday afternoon in Tappan
hall. His talk will be in the manner
of a summary and criticism of these
two relics of French literary art.
The Cercle Francais has charge of
the lecture and it will be open to the
entire campus. Tickets, can be pro-
cured at the door.
Tryads Will Receive Credit for Work
It has been arranged by Prof. W. D.
Moriarty that members of the Tryads
who are working in the advertising
campaign which the club is planning
for the Stalker Furnace Regulator
company of this city, will receive two
hours credit provided they meet with
Professor Moriarty for one hour each
week.
Banquets and Dinner Dances ex-
clusively. Delta Cafe. 27-8, 1-2-3-4
There is opportunity in The Michi-
gan Daily Ads. Read them.

1857 - Dry Goods, Furniture, and Women's Fashions - 1917
Introducng Sprng's Brightest Fashions
for School and College Dresses
The Fashion Salons have achieved notable success in gathering this season's collection of smart
clothes for college women. Practically all types of outer garments, from sports coats to gowns of exquis-
ite freshness, are represented in a divirsity of styles. The young woman of fashion, who desires correct-
ness as well as plenty of individuality about her Spring wardrobe, is invited to make her selections from
our wonderfully complete displays.

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Prices Moderate

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FLOWERS

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Hembers of Florist Telegraphic A ssociation

SUITS PRICED $20.00 to $65.00
Unusual sports models of wool jersey, heather and checked velour, including the popular "Golfex"
suits, appear in the following colors: rose, green, hemp, copenhagen and blue and mustard checks.
The jackets are made in loose belted and pinch back style, and can be worn with separate white or
colored skirts if desired.
Tailored and fancy suits, in the new straight lin e and pleated variations, are sometimes embellished
with fancy stitchings or embroidery.
COATS PRICED $15.00 to $60.00
Here are expressed all the important new features of fabric, color and design.
Summer Bolivia, wool and tricotine jersey, Burella cloth, wool velour, serge and Poiret twill are tail-
ored with exquisite skill in sports and dressy styles.
Full swagger effects with novelty belts and large flat or peg pockets predominate, though the empire
effects are noted among the dressy models, which are also lined throughout with plain or fancy colored
satin.

NOW

ON

The Kodak Florist

Nickels Arcade

Phone 600

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SKIRTS PRICED $5.00 to $27. 50
Gay striped taffetas, khaki kools, pongees and plain black or navy taffetas made in the high waisted,
box or side pleated and shirred effects.
Several of the distinguished models for dress wear feature the peg dropped effects or the barrel
silhoutte with crushed belt.
Wool skirts, in plain navy or light colored plaid, block or striped designs, are sometimes trimmed
with fancy stitching of contrasting color.
A combination navy serge-black taffeta barrel skirt with trench pockets is one of the exclusive
models.

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SPECIALIZED SERVICE
i,;offered to you in our Optical Service.
All our time, attention and energy is devoted to Examining Eyes without "drops."
Fitting and Making glasses
No division of responsibility.
No clinical work.
No Glasses unless needed.
No loss of time.
No High priced Fees
Glasses as low as $2.;o.
EMIL H. ARNOLD
OPTOMETRIST-OPTICIAN

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SILK DRESSES PRICED $15 to $45
Dainty silk frocks, wonderfully stylish and youthful, for school and college girls and debuntantes.
The sport dresses are simple but exceedingly attractive. For instance: One of Hague blue taffeta
has a belt, pockets, large cuffs and collar and a bit of white piping to lend it color. $25.00.
A lovely creation for informal wear is of crushed raspberry taffeta with a high basque waist and a
drop tunic skirt with shirred peg pockets. $35.00.
The chemise effect with its low or high waist line is most fashionable and charming.
Betty Wales, you know, is the remarkable young woman that Margaret Warde tells
about in her delightful series of college tales. Betty, however, is a real American miss,
and her exceptional talent as a designer of gowns has brought her national fame and
success.
This is the only place in Ann Arbor where you can obtain genuine Betty Wales
dresses for afternoon and street wear. The Spring models are all here-fresh, distinc-
tive, tempting. Their charming beauty'is beyond description. You will have to call and
see them for yourself.
PRICES:
$18.75 to $32.50

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Mrs. M. M. Root
Cor. Maynard
and William Sts.

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220 South Main Street

With Arnold and Co.

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