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You won't have any use for
a Spring Overcoat in July and
August, but you'll find a light-
weight coat will come in very
handyd uring

KODAKS, PREMOS, HAWKEYES AND GRAFLEX CAMERAS
AT R EDUCED 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 hrough.
Do itNow- guaranteed good second hand and shop worn Kodaks at from 30% to
60°% less than new. Rent a kodak 1 Oc per day

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Let us make one up for
you NOW. Take your
pick from our new and,
complete line.

DON'T BE A WAITER

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The Sugar Bowl
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We have the best assortment of
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Al khnds of fa say Ice Crearms for Parties
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nitely, due to the fact that several
other parties are to be held on the
same date.
-The senior engineer canes can be
secured by the class members in the
engineering building Saturday.
-John H. Jay, '14L, who was seized
with an attack of appendicitis several
days ago, has entirely recovered and
attended his classes as usual on Wed-
nesday. Jay is a member of the Phi
Delta Theta fraternity.
-The entire pharmie department will
hold an informal dance at Packard
academy next Friday evening at 8:30
o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. McAlpine
together with Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Glover,
will be the chaperones. Tickets can
be had from the social committees of
the different classes.
-Mr. Frank Leverett of the United
States Geological Survey will give the
second of his lectures on the "Pleisto-
cene Glaciation of North America and
Europe" tonight in the Russel semi-
nary room of the museum at 7:00
o'clock.
-Adelphi will debate the subject, Re-
solved: "That the United States gov-
ernment ought to establish and main-
tain a national university similar to
those now maintained by the states,"
in their regular debate at 7:30 o'clock
Friday night.
-The Michigan Union will again fea-
ture the Wright .Saxophone Trio of
Columbus, Ohio, at the dancing party
to be given Friday, March27. This par-
ty will be informal and tickets may
be reserved by calling either phone
number 236 or 319.
-The annual meeting of the Michigan
Schoolmasters' club wil be held in Ann
Arbor April 1, 2, and 3. The annual
gathering has been held in Ann Arbor
for the last 10 years and it is usually
attended by more than 1,000 teachers.
-Karl Harriman, managing 'editor of
the "Ladies Home Journal," will be in
Detroit, March 18, and Prof. F. N.
Scott has invited him to address his
class in journalism. Mr. Hariman has
not definitely accepted the invitation
as yet, but it is expected that he will
come to Ann Arbor March 19.
TRYOUTS FOR JOAN D'ARC
PAGEANT TO BE HELD SOON
Work on the Joan D'Arc pageant is
steadily progressing and definite dates
for the tryouts will probably be an-
nounced the latter part of this week,
Bids have been received from several
moving picture firms for the contract
to take pictu'res of the pageant. The
firm receiving this grant has not been
made public as yet.
A slight change in the operating
committee of the pageant has been
made and the committees as appointed
now are as follows: property-chair-
man, Marjorie Nicolson, '14, Edith
I-amnum, Mary Wagner, Alice Fish,
and Edith Moiles; publicity-chair-
man, Margaret Eaton, '14, Irma Hoga-
done, Honora Fogerty, Alice Connelly,
Mary Campbell, Helen Patterson, Mrs.
Ladd, and Mrs. Kenyon; finance-
chairman, Marjorie Foote, '15, Cather-
ine Campbell, Beatrice Lambrecht,and
Francis Farnham; costume-chairman,
Alice Lloyd, '16, Dorothy Moran, Alice
Wiard, Julia Henning; Bertha Tulford,
Jane Hicks, Dorothy Bartholf, and El-
len Sargeant; cast--chairman, Mary
Lewis, '15, Florence Haxton, Mildred
Rees, Marion Stowe, Mary True, and
Hilda Jennings.

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WH IT NE Y
ENTIRE WEEK STARTING
MONDAY MARCH 9th
MATINEE EVERY DAY
TWO SHOWS DAILY 3 and 8:15
MASTERPIECE of MOTION
PHOTOGRAPHY.
Traffic 1Ill

"lL TROVATORE"

Souls

A PHOTO DRAMA IN SIX PARTS
A great moral lessonnshown
in dignified, manner
NOW PLAYING AT
OELASCO THEATRE N. Y,

"'MARTHA"
"BOHEMIAN

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Matinees Prices
Wed. arrick 25cto
and Sat. $1.50
DETROIT
J. FHartley Manners Comedy
of Youthi, Laughter, and Love
PE o' MY HEART
With ELSA RYAN

By an all-Star Cast Headed by
JOSEPH F. SHEEHAN
America's' Greatest Tenor
Seautifull Scenic and Cosime Investure.

MATINEE. AND NIGH
SATURDAY MARCH 7TH
Sheehan, English Opera Con
America's Foremost Singing Oi
ation.-In Famous Triple Bil
Scenes From

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Balance Orchestra...................
8 Rows Balcony................
Balance Balcony. ....... .........
MATINEE
13 Rows Orchestra ..................
Balance Orchestra.... .............
Entire Balcony........................
EAT AT "POP'S"
The Place Where Things Taste Like Home
"Pop" Bancroft Cor. Monroe and Ti

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We are now show-
ag advance styles in
ootwear for ladies
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Let us show you.

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J N ER TANGO TO BE GIVEN
BY TOA STJAST.ERS MARCH 24
The annual spring dance of the
Toastmasters, all campus honorary
society, will be held in the rooms of
the Packard academy on Saturday ev-
ening, March 14, according to the an-
nouncement made at the meeting of
the society Tuesday evening. Th
dance will be preceded by a six o'clock
dinner and about twenty members c-'
the society will be entertained. Karl
Mohr, '13, is the general chairman of
the affair.
Series of Biblical Lectures Is Begun
A new series of afternoon lectures,
on Mondays and Fridays at 4:10
o'clock, is opened this week at the
Bible Chairs. The subject of the series
is "Jesus as a Teacher." Professor T.
M. Iden delivers the lectures.
Professor Iden's lecture in the reg-
o'clock will be a resume of his lec-
ture on the book of Genesis. His sub-
ject next Tuesday evening will be "The
Story of the Flood,"
Desire to Join Engineering Society
The chemical engineers held a meet-
ing yesterday afternoon for the pur-
pose of appointing a committee to get
into the egnineering society. The en-
gineering society has heretofore been
made up of all the engineers togeth-
er in one mass, now, however, it is di-
vided into different departments. C. C.
Kennedy, '15E, and J. W. Robinson,
15E, were elected to serve with three
seniors as a general committee, to rep-
resent the department of chemical en-
gineers. .k - - . - I

Liberty and Main Streets
A most convenient place for your 220
banking.

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Thursday - Friday -

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Choice cut flowers

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We make our own candy
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MVSICAL COMEDY

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With JAS. P. LEE
and
MADELINE LEE

CAMPUS IN BRIEF

te Forestry club held a smoker
evening in the club rooms in the
engineering building. The speak-
as Mr. R. W. Clark, instructor in
)graphy.
i epidemic of colds in the Psi Up-
house has resulted in several cas-
f tonsilitis. Most of them are
t attacks and are not considered
)us.
of. John R. Allen, of the engineer-
faculty, returned yesterday from

-Juan Bonilla, president of the Cos-
mopolitan club, lectured on "South
America, Its Possibilities and Resour-
ces" before a capacity audience at the
Presbyterian church last night. W. C.j
Achi, '14, played a violin selection.
-There will be a tairelogue on Gla.
cier National Park by Lawrence D.
Kitchell, tonight at 8:00 o'clock in the
west physics lecture room. The enter-
tainment will be given under the auh,
pices of the Forestry club, and Prof.
P. S. Lovejoy will preside. The lec-
ture will be illustrated by 150 hand-
enlored_ dissolvinp .trrpnnirn vip

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Coming
Monday

"The New Leader"

Funniest
Act on Earth

JUST IN

ew York, where he has been several ' u" , a v JJseepinview
and unique motion pictures. Students
~ys on a business trip, and members of the faculty will be ad-
-Dr. G. L. Streeter, professor of an- mitted free.
omy has been offered a position in
e new embryological research in- -Although Prof. E. C. Goddard, of the
! law department, was unable to be in
itute of John Hopkins university. his office yesterday on' account of ill-
rofessor Wall head of the anatomical
partment at Johns Hopkins is to be ness, he expects to meet his classes
charge of the institute and Dr. in Agency this morning.
.reeter has been offered the second -There have been, up to the present
>sition in the department. date, over 1900 prescriptions filled in
Dean M. E. Cooley attended a meet- the prescription room of the universi-
g of the board of directors of the ty health service in the chemistry
nerican Society of Civil Engineers building.
sterday, and is expected home today, -The fresh law dance, announced for
stead of yesterday, as reported. March 13, has been postponed indefi-

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Junior lit relay tryouts will be held
at 4:45 o'clock this afternoon .in Wat- room 246 of the engineering building. Girls Interested in vocational work
erman gymnasium. i Entire cast of the oratorical play may meet Mrs. Dwight Potter, of New
All interested in .the spring trip will meet at 6:45 o'clock tonight in York City, at the parsonage of the
planned for the electrical engineers University Hall to have their pictures Presbyterian church at 326 S. Division
will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock in taken. street after 7:00 o'clock this evening.
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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
jour tailors.

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