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Just Received (

MEN'S SUITS and OVERCOATS at 1-2
rd 1-3 OFF FROM REGULAR PRICES
BLUES AND BLACKS 1-4 OFF
Mackinaws at 25 per cent off
Sweaters at 20 per cent off
$1.50 and $2.00 Shirts at 20 per cent off
Underwear from $1.50 to $5.00 at 20% off
Trousers at 20 per cent off
a1ha nMS tree.
121-123 South Main Street

When you take a prescrip-
tion to a drug store you
want more than the mer-
chandise. You want purity,
accuracy, experience, secur-
ity and sure results.
Get it at

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aocteaty
wand
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I324 South State Street

Come early and we will assist you in selec
your Spring Suit. We also have a large su
of Columbus Turned Cuff and Olus Shirts.

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IDERN REPAIR SHOP
hop on the way
down town.
Washington Street
AND MECHANICS BANK
105 South Main Street
Ial $100000
fits, . . $69,000

A. MARQ01UARDT
fine
Suits Cleaned and Pressed
and repaired
Cor. Main and Huron-Over Farmer's
and Mechanic's Bank.

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IC John Wol?' Jr.
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and Club Houses

s Cleanliness and Efficiency. Telephone for our
to call and give you expert advice for your Kitchen Equip-
htenawGas Company

individuals and groups maintain that,
while no request is made for the reg-
ulation "M, yet any award for pro-
ficiency in athletics ought to include
some form of the letter. The present
award is in the form of a "G," mean-
ing "gymnasium," and having no real
significance.
All women are united, however, in
the opinion that the general impres-
sion that they are asking for the reg-
ulation "M," is an erroneous one, and
all agree that an award of some kind
ought to be granted to them by the
athletic association at its board meet-
ing this afternoon.
Carl Wagner, '07, and Sarah Suth-
erland, '11, were married in Lansing
on February 21. Mr. and Mrs. Wa-
ner will sail for Europe next week,
remaining abroad until May, after
which they will take up their residence
in Buenos Aires, Argentina, South
America.
JUNOIR LITS TO G IVE TEA
DANSANT FOR ALL STUDENTS
A "Tea Dansant," to be given by the
junior lits at the Union next Saturday
afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, will be nov-
el, in that it is the first class function
of this sort to be given, and in that it
will be open to any student who desir-
es to attend.
The dance hall at the Union will be
surrounded by tables, at which wom-
en of the class will serve tea and waf--
ers to the dancers. The committee has
announced that the dance will be pri-
marily a stag affair, but that those
who may prefer may attend in couples.
WOME N CONTEST FOR HONOR
WITH TWO CHINESE ORATORS
Two Chinese and two women are
among the successful contestants in
the senior tryouts for the Northern
Oratorical League Contest, held yes-
terday. Those selected are: Paul B.
Blanshard, '14, Y. F. Jabin Hsu, '14, T.
T. Hwang, '14L, L. D. David, '14L, Del-
ta M. Kauffman, '14, and Elsie C.
Seitz. A further contest in which two
will be picked for the university final,
is scheduled for 8:00 o'clock tonight
in room B of the law building.
MAJOR-('ENERAL WOO) PLANS
TO COME WEEK OF MARh 9
Major-General Leonard Wood, U. S.
A., will speak to the student body in
University Hall the week of March 9,
the day being indefinite. General
Wood has postponed his lecture twice
because of illness in the family. His
last letter, however, states that he
will be in Ann Arbor on schedule,
probably spending several days at the
uhiversity.
For Sale--Fine Mahogany Wheelock
Themodist Metrostyle Player Piano,
with cabinet and 35 rolls. Phone
2276-L. V7-99
Wanted-A room-mate; a very pleas-
ant lower suite, one of the best in
the city. Price right. 541 S. Division
For Rent-Desirable large - single
room, second floor, well furnished,
convenient for one or two, electric
lights, hot air heating, two blocks
from campus. 1243 Washtenaw.
Phone 1181-M.

Daniel Frohman
PRESENTS
In the popular novel and fa-
ious play
"A LADY OF
QUCALITY"7
by FRANCIS HODGSON BURNETT
A FAMOUS PLAYER IN A FA-
MOUS PLAY
CHAS, F1 TUTTLE, Whistler
EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION
ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA
All seats - 10 cents

JEW E rL RV
Extensive Stock at
Reasonable Prices
Skilled and Trustworthy
Watch Repairing
OPTICAL SUPPLIES
Michigan Pins, Fobs,
Bars and Spoons
,J.
109 West Liberty Street
Across from Mack's Side Entrance

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We pay special attention to amateur
finishing. Daines & Nickels, 336 S.
State (over Cushing's Drug Store). tf
Portraits, enlargements, groups. (the
only studio on the campus). Daines
& Nickels, 336 S. State St. U
Mr. Harry Mooney, western repre-
sentative of the Current Opinion Schol-
arship Fund, is in Ann Arbor today
to enroll candidates for the scholar-
ship fund. Those desiring an inter-
view can phone him at the Whitney
Hotel between 12:30 and 1:30 p. m
to arrange for an interview. This is a
splendid opportunity for summer work
and is worthy of your attention.
Excellent Opportunity-Steam heat,
electricity and gas, hard and soft wat-
er are the conveniences of a new
house with one single front room left
to rent; mission furniture. This sem-
ester $2.00. Phone 2438-M. 816 Pack-
ard.
Safety razors sharpened keen as new
2c each. Pay after you try blades.
American Tool Co., Dept. A., Columbus,
Ohio. Tue&Fri
Take your soiled garments to the
Freshman. He "cleans" them. 1112
So. Univ. Ave., Phone 1530-J. 60
Liggett's Gilbert's and Fenway choc-
olates in perfect condition. Edsill's
Rexall Drug Store, 122 S. Main St.
If you want the best in chocolates,
try Liggett's, Edsill's Rexall Drug
Store, 122 So. Main St. eod

Service Guaranteed Parties a
300 N. MAIN STREET

MEDICINI
WE HAVE A FRESH 5
SUGDEN DRUG
302 S. 'STATE ST

Vigorous Winter Spor
are keenly relished by the mt

whose body

is safeguarded

fatigue bya steady diet of

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It Scores
Whether you d:ink it to quench thirst-for refresh-
ment-for pure pleasure in it ce.iciousness Coca-Cola
scores goal. It -atisf c., y ,uai, a manner and with u
comp'eteness possible t)z,) other beverage. w
Pelicious-Refreshing

It makes reI
blod and heal
thy tissue. It
contains all thi
nut rition of
whole wheat
and all the food
elements that g
to make brawn
and brain,

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OF INTEREST TO WOMEN, *

* * * * * ** * * * *
A number of pamphlets on self-gov-
ernment, received from various col-
leges where that institution has proved
a success, have been left by the self-
government committee at the circula-
tion desk in the general library, and
may be obtained from Miss Gilette upon
request. The committee hopes that
university women will take this op-
portunity to become acquainted with
the different aspects and achievements
of self-government elsewhere, with a
view toward getting a better under-
standing of the movement now on foot
at Michigan.
A series of round-table conferences
will be held by the self-government
committee. in the near future. The
exact date of the first will be announc-
ed later.
- * *0 *
Several parts and places in cast and
choruses of the junior play have been
tentatively assigned, but more tryouts

can be made. A great number of the
candidates who tried out last Thurs-
day were found to be ineligible be-
cause of deficient scholarship.
* * *
That university women are divided
in their opinion as to whether the Var-
sity "M" in any form whatsoever
should be awarded to them for profi-
ciency in athletics is evident from the
different attitudes taken by many
groups and individuals, although all
agree that there has been no intention
on the part of the women's league to
ask the bestowal of the regulation
"M" such as is granted to the men.
According to definite statements
made by a number of prominent uni-
versity women last night, they, and
the groups they represent, are thor-
oughly opposed to the granting of any
form of the "M," inasumch as wom-
en's athletics are not intercollegiate,
and ought not to be placed on a level
with those of the men. They express-
ed their disapproval of any form of
award which might be confused with

Call 15 for Taxi or Limousine.

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Lenses duplicated and eyeglasses
repaired at Haller Jewelry Co.
Genuine Martin Guitars and Mando-
lins sold at Schaeberle & Son's Music
House. tf

Always ready -
to serve with
cream and sugar.:
or withpreSiryvd._
or fresh fruits, stewed prunes, oysters etc.
celled in digestibiuity and palatableness.
TH- SHREDDED WHEAT CONIAGARA FALL

Best shoe shine, hat cleaning
blocking next to Wagner's.

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J. Fred Lawton's New Song
LA D D I E'
Ten Cents

eo your lipijes need repairing? Bring
them in--we'll fix Ihen). Tobacco
Shop Billiard Hall, 118-120 E. Liberty
St. Phone 1721.

You can save money by buying your mus-
lc and Mlusical instruments atI
G nro 120-122 E. Liberty Street
Uninnell Bros, PHONE 1707

Haller Jewelry Co. for fine watch
and jewelry repairing.
Floor Wax. Major & Co. eod.
Diamond mounting, stone setting.
and replacing of sets a specialty. Hal-
ler Jewclry Co.

Toric library spectacles
Jewelry Co.
Call 15 for Taxi or Limo
Do you need a pipe? C]
get a Frank pipe cbeap-1.
meerschaums, calabash an
cigarette tubes and cigar
during Februaryl Tobacco
Bard Hall, 118-120 East L

be needed before the final choice the "M." On the other hand, many

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