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Maynard, in the New Malcolm Block
ready to get out yosr order at once'
anad reserve a Silt or Overcoat.
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JEWEL 'S AND STATIONERS
d. We will quote on your designs or furnish
id prices. All work guaranteed.
211 Woodwa-d Ave.
606 E. Liberty Street
P AND SAVCER SIGN
ans that the ilme Tea Room is located on the
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find a more quiet. retired place in the city. Besides
meal tikets, also board by the wc.. Otu specialty
inaformattion cdll 131i-.
lothes, will give you the Latest Styles
& CO. 11 UNIVERSITY
rIMARS lUnh lflGf orns, bunions, Ingrowing
untrwruunails. treatd and cured.
,~ pt PEverything absolutely an-
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peS MISS. E. J. FOLEY
921 E. Huron Street End North 12th
id give yu2 BItoks East of High Schoo- Phone 989-J
'ES ,Buy your ALARM CLOCKS
.L Y Chapman's Jewelry Store
20p. South Maia Street
MUSIC AND DRAMA
Two artists, new to Ann Arbor au-
diences, will make their local debuts
at the second faculty concert of the
season, which is to be given Thursday
evening in High School hall. In ac-
cordance with the general policy in-
augurated last year, of having out-of-
town artists assist at these concerts,
Mr. Richard P. Hall, 'cellist, of De-
troit, has been engaged for this occas-
ion. He will appear twice on the pro-
gram: in the Mendelssohn Trio, Nol,
in :D minor, for piano, violin and 'cel-
lo; and in a group of 'cello solos. Mr.
Hall is a splendid musician, and his
contributions to the program will give
him ample opportunity to display his
The other new-comer is Fraulein
Leonie Born, of Leipsic, who has re-
cently joined the vocal faculty of the
University School of Music. She has
made a specialty of German lieder,
both classical and modern, and her
initial appearance, here will be in
songs chosen from this field. Fraulein
Born has been enthusiastically receiv-
ed in many European music centers,
and her singing of the Schubert,
Brahms, and Strauss songs will be
listened to with exceptional interest.
WIN DEPARTMENT CHAMPIONSHIP
Junior Lits Defeat Seniors; Soph En-
gineers Forfeit Protest Game.
The junior lits by defeating the sen-
iors 11-0 yesterday won the champion-
ship of their department. Saer starr-
ed ;for the juniors by his forward pass-
es, while Siple formed the chief de-
fense for the seniors. Officials; refer-
ee, Matthews; umpire, Doran; field
The game between the soph and jun-
ior engineers to play off the 5-5 tie of
Saturday which was to have been
played yesterday afternoon, was for-
feited to the juniors. Only eight men
showed up to represent the sopho-
The junior and senior engineers will
meet at 4 :15 this afternoon to decide
the championship of that department.
The semi-finals will commence Sat-
urday^ morning at 9:30. Three teams
will be inthe race from the engineer-
ing, the lit and either the law or dent
departments. It has been found aim-
possible to decide the semi-finals on
the percentage basis, and the teams
.will draw lots to see which two play
first in they eliminations. The man-
agers of the three teams eligible for
the semi-finals will meet Friday noon
to draw the lots. The last team draw-
ing will play the winner of the game
between the two teams drawn out
first. As usual the athletic association
will give sweaters to the members of
the team winning the departmental
championship, and numerals to -the
COACH COLE WORKS FRESH
OVERTIME POLISHING PLAYS.
"Hi"'Cole worked his freshmen
squad overtime last night, running
. .. ,
NEW WHITNEY THEATRE
Coming Attractions -
Ww~lchz This 5pekce For Frice
W~o- %0 w ow
Junior engineer football team re-
port today at 4 o'clock for game with
All tryouts for the Union opera hand
in eligibility cards at Union today.
Contestants in the Union poster,
contestmay get posters at Union from
4:30 to 5:30 today.
Mandolin club rehearsal in Univer-
sity hall at 7 o'clock tonight.
Meeting of Gargoyle business staff
at 5 o'clock Tuesday at office in Press'
building. All candidates are request-
ed to be present. I
PRIZE IS OFFERED FOR
ESSAY ON ARBITRATION.
A prize of $100 has been offered by
the Lake Mohonk Conference on Inter-
national Arbitration for the best es-
say on arbitration by any undergrad-
uate in an American college. The
lonor of the prize is Chester D. Pugs-
ley, '09, Harvard, of Peekskill, N. Y.
The men who have been chosen as
Judges are Oscar S. Strauss, forme,
ambassador to Turkey and a member
of the Hague Court, Rear Admiral
Charles Stockton, U. S. N., retired, and
ion. E. E. Brown, of New ,York Uni-
Last year's offer brought out 61
essays and was won by Harry Pos-
ner, a student in the Mississippi Agri-
cultural and Mechanical college. The
contest closes March 15. The award
will be made at the May meeting of
the conference, to which the winner
of the prize will be invited.
Prize Awaits Unknown Artist.
A ticket to the next Michigan Union
opera is waiting for somebody who
can prove that his is the drawing
which has been awarded third prize.
Honorable mention was awarded to
Adolph Bade, '14 E.
The posters which have won prizes
will be put on exhibition at Wahr's
State Street bookstore tomorrow.
WE MAKE A SPECIALTY
of everything in high class Drugs, Pha maeeuticals, Toilet
Articles abd Bath Room Supplies. Headquarters fcr Theat-
rical Makeups, Creams, Paints, etc.
THE BROWN DRUG STORE
E. C. EDILL, Prop.
122 S. Main St. The Rexall Store Prescription Specialits
two teams up and down the field in
signal practice. Much of the time was
taken up in polishing the plays which
were "bungled" in the Adrian game,
and in developing the forward pass.
The pivot position left open by the
injury to Kellar, ,who will be out of
the game for the rest of the season,
will probably be filled by Hewitt or
Foresters to Give Annual Campfire.
The foresters will light their -annu-
al campfire next Saturday night in
Cascade Glen. It is hoped that a large
number of freshmen will attend, as it
is largely for the purpose of helping
them become acquainted that the affair
is given. All those going to the fire
will bring a cup, knife, fork and spoon,
and will meet at N. W., U. hall at 7
o'clock to go out in a body..
Will Address Hobart Guild Girls.
The Girls' Club of Hobart Guild will
hold a meeting at the residence of Mrs.
Henry Douglas, 1620 Cambridge Road,
on Thursday at 4 p. m. Deaconess
Goodwin of New York City will address
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