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March 27, 1912 - Image 4

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IMICHIGAN DAI'l!

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IICHIGAN TO MEET
ARMY ON DIAMOND,

West Point is a New
Recently for the
Invasion.

Rival Booked
Eastern

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ert workmen.
very detail of
vision.
gns according

&Co.
Car. Fat mer St.

SALE FOR I1EET OPENS TODAY
Aside from playing Penn on the
eastern trip this year, Michigan will
meet another team with which games
have not previously been booked. The
Army schedule includes a game with
the Maize and Blue nine for May 22,
and Director Bartelme states that such
a contest has been arranged.
The baseball schedule as a whole
has been held up again by a number
of complications which prevent its be-
ing made public just yet. Director
Bartelme states that the schedule for
the southern trip, and the dates for
the remainder of April are about ready,
and will be announced within the
week. Further than this, however, he
can make no definite statement.
Whether or not the May and June dat-
es will include any bookings of a "sur-
prise package" nature is a question,
but it would seem that the athletic au-
thorities have something good under
their hats.
The seat sale for the Cornell meet
will commence at 9 o'clock this morn-
ing at the Athletic office. The admis-
sion will be fifty cents; reserved seats
including admission, 75 cents.
CAMPAI N FOR NEW UNION TO BE-
GIN SHORTLY
(Continued from Page i.)
plans and methods for conducting the
campaign. The definite dates will be
announced at a later time.
Not a General Campaign.
The campaign will be limited to the
last five classes and to the life mem-
bersips, because of the pledge that
the Campaign committee has given the
Alumni Advisory committee that there
will be no active solicitation of funds
among the alumni until $200,000 has
been secured. This plan has been
adopted as the most feasible to get
the requisite amount. If the amount
is not s eured in this preliminary cam-
paign, it ill probably be completed
by private persons. For this purpose
negotiations are being carried on with
several men to secure their services to
go out among the wealthy alumni for
personal work.

clever young singer and dancer has
been engaged to impersonate the "Mil-
lionaire Kid." 'The Millionaire Kid"
will be the offering at the Majestic
theater for three days commencing
Thursday.
FORESTERS TO HEAR ABOUT
THE MEDICINE BOW FOREST.
M. J. Sweeney will speak to the
members of the Forestry Club this ev-
ening on "Work and Conditions on the
Medicine Bow NationalForest." Sween-
ey, who gets his master's degree in
forestry this spring, has spent a year
and a half on the _Medicine Bow, and
has some excellent views which he
will show in connection with his re-
marks. An important business meet-
ing of the club is scheduled for 7:00
o'clock in room 407, new engineering
building.

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Important meeting of Illini club,
Friday at 4 o'clock, Tappan hall.
Section 1 of the Sophomore Girls
Deitscher Verein will meet tonight at
7:00 o'clock in Verein room.

$1.00, 75c. Lower

New

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From Factory-]
Students Now Get Finest
Try the Light, Shee
"IHoleproof," Gua
We make Holeproof Hose in Milwaukee and
sell them direct to the store where you buy
them. Most first-class dealel- sell them. Thus
you pay but the retailer's profit over the fac-
tory price. This saves the wholesaler's and
jobber's profits and gives you the benefit in
better hose.

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MUSIC AND DRAMA

"The 'Millionaire Kid."
"The Milionaire Kid," the musica'
play from the pen of the well known
writer, Lem B. Parker, deals with the
stock market and its various ramifi-j
cations. It throws a light on the ques-
tionable side of stock gambling, as
conducted in a bucket shop. The story
is a play of intense interest and has
been handled by the author in a truly
masterful way. Throughout the ac-
tion of the play a score of catchy mu-
sical numbers are rendered and are
all of the kind that make your mouth
pucker up to the whistling stage and
refuse to leave your mind. These same
numbers are emphasized by beautiful'
and clever chorus.
The mounting of the play is up to a
high standard. Mr. Ray Raymond, the

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SAVE TrI.C
SAVE- MONEY
SAVE AG RAVDOHQ
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That's whly we are
able to sell hose for
$1.50 up to $3.00 for
six pairs and gunran-
tee them f:r six
months-the finest
hose ever made,

cents per pour
for as low as 3
That's why
inspection in c
has the slight
ing you perfec
ever you buy t
You cannot
or more comf
NNear, than is o

find

Ilolepro H
FOR MEN WOMEN AND
"Holeproof" are made in twelve colors, ten weigh
They are light, soft and attractive; never cumber
Don't judge the genuine by imitations-amateur
pete with them.
"Holeproof' are the original guaranteed hose.
of experience.

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ir Shop near the Campus that is
Cped with the Most Perfect Shoe

See your regular outfitter
get the hose that bear the ab
mark on the toe. All others
There's no reason why h<
the same time, soft and att:
of "Holeproof" will convinc
The genuine "Holeproof"
Don't wait any longer. Try
book, "How to Mike Your .

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:REPAIR COMPANY"
BIG ELECTRIC SHOE)
William' Street

Reg. 1U. S.
Pat. Office, 1906

HOLEPROOF
MIKWAUKE
Holeproof Hosiery
s don ,Can. Distr
Ta mpico News Co, S. A. City of ME

do so much bettet work than is possible in any other shop,
aptly. We send for and deliver work.'
Home Phone 72 Black

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