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KODAKS, PREMOS, HAWKEYES AND GRAFLEX CAMERAS
AT REDUCED PRICES
You cannot afford to let the good old college days go by
with out learning to Kodak.
You will regret it if you do not have a big scrap book full of
snap shots when you are through.
Do it Now- guaranteed good second hand and shop worn Kodaks:at from 30% to
60% lessthan new. Rent a kodak 1 Oc per day
_ LYNDO'N_

UIpperclassmen Conduct Quiz S
Aimed to Aid Research
Work

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Are Best for the Tango

TRY THEM
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108 S. MAIN STREET
ANN ARBOR

JANUARY SALE
)FF ON ALL MILLINERY
RICHARDSON 115 Liberty East
166
They All Admit
we are
-Just a little better"
SO WILL -YOU

JAMBOREE EFFECTS
WILL BE UNUSUAL
Colored calcium lights will feature
this year's "Junior Jamboree," which
is to be held Friday March 6, at the
Armory. Special music has been se-
lected to be played during the "X-Ray"
dances.
The hall is being decorated with
flowers and drapings in the university
colors. The combined social commit-
tees of the junior literary and engi-
neering classes decided to make the
affair strictly informal, and confine
the attendance to juniors. The grand
march will begin at 9:00 o'clock, and
will be featured by special music.
The tickets, which are selling at
$2.00, and which include refreshments,
may be obtained at the Union or from
the following committeemen: lits: C.
L. Kendrick, L. F. Covey, W. B. Thom,
E. F. Connely, H. G. Gault, H. R Rice,
and L. F. Harris; engineers: L. F.
Merritt, W. T. Smith, W. J. Case, R.
Budd, P. 0. Whitaker and H. A. Enos.'

Matinees
Wed.
and Sat.

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DETROIT
J. Hartley Manners Comedy
of Youth, Laughter, and Love
EG O' M Y H ECA
With ELSA RYAN

Garrick

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!c to
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ICE CREAM, CANDIES, LUNCHEONS
PROMPT DELIVERY SERVICE
116 S. Main St.

HARVARD IS GIVEN.
INTERCOLLEGIATES
The intercollegiate track and field
championship meet will again be held
at Harvard, according to a vote taken
at the L A. A. of A. at New York City
Saturday.
Charles A.Crowe, '14E, Varsity track
manager, represented the University
of Michigan at the meeting. The only
important action taken was the decis-
ion to award five places instead of four
in the various events. An amendment
was also adopted providing for an an-
nual indoor intercollegiate meeting in
March of each year.
This year's intercollegiates will be
held May 29 and 30, Cornell and Penn-
sylvania have each won the champion-
ship four times, and Harvard once.
The first university winning the hon-
ors five times permanently retains the
$1,000 trophy.
distributed..
-Prof. E. C. Goddard, of the law de-
partment, was unable to meet his
classes yesterday on account of ill-
ness. Professor Goddard expects to
be about today.
-Assistant Prof. Louis C. Karpinski,
of the mathematical department, is in
Toledo this week, and is expected to
return Sunday. Mr. R. B. Morrison is
taking charge of Prof. Karpinski's
classes this week.
-Prof. Filibert Roth, head of the for-
estry department, will leave tonight
for Toronto, where he will be the
guest of honor and the principal speak-
er at the banquet of the Forestry club
of the University of Toronto.

The faculty of the economics depart-
ment is watching with interest the new
quiz sections which are being es-
tablished this week in course 2, under
the direction of senior quiz masters.
Economics 2 contains about 230 mem-
bers which are divided among 40 sen-
iors making an average of six in each
class. The seniors, which have charge
of the sections are: B. A. Bartlett, H.
E. Bell, .. E. Bond, W. P. Calhoun, J.
B. Catlet, A. T. Clark, E. WA. Bell, I.
S. Davidson, H. G. Galt, G. H. Hagar,
H. J. Connine, H. B. Dutton, W. I. At-
water, W. 3. Hiller, T. E. Hough, R. D.
Kilborn, F. E. Kolbe, J. J. Lechner, H.,
R. Marsh, K. J. Mohr, . C. Mullen-
dore, G1. G. Munn, J. I. O'Hara, WT. A.
Paton, W. Petticord, V. Peters, H. W.
Peterson, C. J. Quinn, E. J. Rosenberg,
H. F. Seeley, W. Shafroth, M. W. Wat-
kins, J. P. Thomas, H. M. Lacy, Mr.
Easelman, L. W. Raby and L. F. Covey.
Students were given an opportunity
to enroll in the course which was to
pursue the subject most interesting to
him. The object is to help the student
do individual research work leading
up to the writing of the final thesis.
This is an innovation in the depart-
ment and upon the degree of success
which the courses attain this year will
depend the continuance of the sys-
tem in the future.
WILL USE SOUTHERN SMILAX
IN R.V.D. DANCE DECORATIONS
Southern smilax and American beau-
ty roses will be used in the decorating
of the Union dance hall for the Barris-
ters, Vulcans and Druids spring formal'
dance which will be held next Friday
evening, March 6. Yesterday wires
were being strung over the hall upon'
which to place the decorations. The
smilax will be shipped here from the
south the latter part of the week, and
it is promised that the decorations will
me the most elaborate of any affair
held at the Union this winter. The
Wright Saxophone Trio will furnish
music and dancing will begin at 9:00
o'clock.

Chicago, and President Harry
Hutchins will be the principal spe:
ers at the celebration of Bismar
birthday to be held April 1 in I
auditorium under the auspices of
Deutscher Verein. "Cultural Re
tionships Between America and G
many" is the subject of the address
the German consul-general, wI
President Hutchins will talk on
"Ideals of Citizenship."
Prof. William Ilowland, head of
vocal department of the school of n
sic, will render a vocal solo, and Fro
Taber will give an organ selecti
Other features on the musical p
gram will be prepared by the memb
of the school of music. All stude
are requested to attend. No admiss
will be charged.
"It is the custom of German univ
sities for students to attend addres
of representatives of foreign natior
said Prof. Warren W. Florer, of
German department yesterday, i
since Consul-General Geissler is
direct representative of the Gern
Kaiser, it is hoped that the students
the university will show him due co
tesy when he speaks in Hill audi
rium."
PROT1 NENT MIChIGAN MEN
PLAN TO ATTEND BANQU
Michigan alumni of Western Pe:
sylvania, will hold a reunion bang
in Pittsburg April 18 under the a
pices of the Pittsburg Alumni asso(
tion. Every prominent alumnus
that part of the state has assured
attendance. Fielding H. Yost, fc
ball coach, and Dean M. E. Cooley
the engineering department have
cepted invitations, and an effort is n
being made to have President H
Hutchins present.
A feature of the occasion will be
presentation of the Pittsburg Alu
association record medals to se'
holders of Michigan track and fi
records: Ralph C. Craig, Horace
.Ramey, Edmund M. Hanavan, TI
Mond C. Haimbaugh, Warren E. S
gent, Carroll B. Haff, and John C. G
rells will be the recipients.

ee Roasters and
Wholesale Grocers

CAMPUS IN BRIEF

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GUY WOOLFOLK

showing Spring and Summer Ready-to-
Clothing from the shop of A. Starr Best,

ARBOR SHOWROOM-326 S. STATE ST.
LET THE
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-The junior and senior medical engi-
neers will hold a joint meeting in the
amphitheater of the chemical building
at 5:00 o'clock to discuss plans for the
exhibit in May. Outside manufactur-
ing concerns will be asked to furnish
samples of their trade. Prof. A. H.
White will probably speak at the meet-
ing.
-The poster contest of the Union boat
club has been postponed until a later
date.
-The Colorado club will hold a smok.
er at the Union at 7:30 o'clock tonight.,
Plans for perfecting a permanent sec-
tional club to advertise Michigan in
Colorado, will be submitted and all
men from Colorado are invited to at-!
tend.
--Prof. C. L. Mieeder's lecture on "Rus-
sia," announced in yesterday's issue
of The Michigan Daily for this after-
noon, has been postponed to 7:30
o'clock Wednesday, March 11..
-Prof. A. R. Crittenden is confined to
his home by illness and it is not ex-
pected that he will meet his classes
himself until next week.
-Chess and Checkers club meets at
the Union at 7:30 o'clock tonight.
Membership cards, to identify those
entitled to use the new sets, will be
JUST IN
Spring Suitings--see
them in our window--
many more inside--we
will lay aside your se-
lection.
All garments made in
our own shops and by
lour tailors.

PACKARD ACAD
Dancing Classes Monday and Friday 7 p. rn.cPrivate Lress
ment. MATINER DANCE Saturday, March 7th, 2 to5
dining room accomnodations for private parties. Refresh

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ress Your Clothes

CIVIC LEACUE OFFERS $100
FOR UNDERGRADUATE ESSAY
A prize of $100 is offered by the In-
tercollegiate Civic League for the best
essay on the following subject: "What
training, whether resulting from a col-
lege course, from extra curricular ac-
tivities, or from both, would in your
judgment best fit an undergraduate in
an American college to undertake, up-
on graduation, the duties of citizen-
ship?" The offer is open to under-
graduates of any American college or
university. Manuscripts must be type-
written in duplicate and limited to
5,000 words. The secretary, Mr. Ed-
ward M. Sait, of Columbia university,
New York City, will receive essays
until May 15. Hon. Seth Low, and the
Hon. Robert I. Owen, senator of Okla-
homa, will act as judges and award the
prizes.
Desires More General Use of Bulletin
Prof. J. R. Brumm, who has charge
of the University News Bulletin, does
not think that the bulletin pis used
enough by the different organizations.
Anyone may announce a lecture, meet-
ing, etc., which is of general interest
to the campus, in the bulletin.

AND PRESSING

You Smoke a "Better" Tobacco
Why Not Smoke The Best?

UITS 25c

TROUSERS 10c

C. I. KIDDO '17 Lit.

1112 S. University Ave.

WAGNER
Importing.
Tailors

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State
Street

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Furniture Pianos
Srmto age Merchandise

T HE tobacco you now smoke you
consider "better tobacco than
you ever smoked before." Natur-
ally, you kept trying until you found
a "better" one.
But it sz-andls to' reason that since
there isa di sterce in tobaccos, you
may be m ssn sill greater pleasure
in a stilleer smoke-in the BEST
smoke ,in fact.
Tuxedo is the best smoke because
no better tobacco leaf grows.
The Perfect ToLa-co for Pipe and Cigarette
Tuxedo is treated by the famous
original "Tuxedo Process " for re-
moving the sting and bite of the
natural vegetable oils.
Tuxedo was born in 1904. Its
first imitatoi appeared two years
later. Since hen a host of imita-
tions have sprung up
No other tobacco can give the
unique pleasure of Tuxedo because
no other maker has yet been able
to equal the Tuxedo quality.
YOU CA' BUY TUXEDO EVERYWHERE
Convenient pouch Famous green tin,
CovnetPuhFmu re ip'inner-lined with p with gold lettering,® ~n
moistureproof paper C curved to fit pocket
In Gkss Humiors, soc an4 90c
Send us 2 cents in stamps for post-
wz age and we will mail you a souvenir
tin of TUXEDO tobacco to any
point in the United states. Address
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
Room 1209 111 Fifth Avenue New York

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C. E. CODFREY

410 N. 4th Ave.

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Our stock is most complete along this line

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UNIVERSITY AVENUE PHARMACY
COULDINC & WIKEL

Coming at COLISEUM ROLLER RINK
March 2.3-4. Late feature with Barnum and Bailey Circus, in his
Refined Cycle and Skating Act
Tricks of skill and daring. Unequalled trick and fancy skating.
Also introducing marvelous tricks on Bicycles, Unioycles and
Giraff-a-cycle 10 feet high. An act full of surprises will appeal
to old and young.

us, 416

1210 S. University Ave.

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tied with a GUARANTEE.

Admission 10c

Skates 15c

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