Kod aks Reduced
All Kodaks fitted with
imported lenses reduced
in price. We take good
saleable Kodaks as part
payment on new ones.
Come in and see us
324 So. State' Street
StepIn here today.
Ask us to show you
this Society Brand
The style will be a revelation
to you, the tailoring the achieve-
ment of your fondest hol e. And
the most satisfactory feature of it
all will be your realization of the
complete unification of the style,
the making and the material-
Such unity of purpose spells
perfection and such clothes coipel
They're the sort of clotlirs
you'll want this Spring and Sum-
mer. Better see about it today.
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A Money Saving Opportunity
You Cannot Afford to Miss.
2-3ha mush &In teeCol
121-123 South Main Street
CAMPUS IN BRIEF
-The senior engineers will hold a
meeting next Thursday to apportion
the business for the various commit-
ERN REPAIR SHOP'
p on the way
East Washington Street
RMERS AND MECHANICS BANK;
91-103-105 South Main Street
and Profits, $69,000
STATE SAVINGS BANK
urplus and Profits, $100,000.00
apital Stock $50,000,000
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
old Wm. J. Booth C John Wolz Jr.'
res. President Cashier
Suits Cleaned and Pressed
Cor. Main and Huron-.Over Farmer's
and Mechanic's Bank.
-The senior dents' canes were not
made up according to sample and had
to be reordered. The new ones will
be here inside of a week or ten days.
--Prof. IS. Sadler, of the marine en-'
gineering department, will speak to
the students of Purdue on March 16,
,on "Safety of Ships at Sea."
-The next meeting of the Collegiate
Alumnae of the Ann Arbor branch will
be held in Ypsilanti on Saturday,j
-The fellowships in botany have been
offered for the college year 1914-15,1
the Whittier fellowship carrying a fin-
ancial value of $400 per year open to
all graduate students in botany, and
the Cote fellowship which carries a
stipend of $500 yearly, open to Mich-
igan students ready to take graduate
the Sheehan Opera Company in con-
densed versions of "Il Trovatore,"
"The Bohemian Girl," and "Martha."
LHeading the organization is Joseph
Sheehan, tenor, whose voice is claimed
to be of greater range than Caruso's.
Mr. Sheehan will be supported by Ad-
elaide Le Brun, a soprano of con-
siderable note, and 'several other cap-
able singers. Their selections' will in-
elude, among ;others : the "Miserere"
from "Il Trovatore," "I Dream't I
Dwelt in Marble Halls" from "The
Bohemian Girl," and the Spinning
Wheel quartet from "Martha."
Extensive Stock at
Skilled and Trustworthy
Michigan Pins, Fobs,
Bars and Spoons
J. B. EIBLER
109 West Liberty Street
Across from Mack's Side Entrance
Band rehearsal today at 1:00 o'clock
in University Hall.
Drama League study club meets
Monday, March 9, at 8:00 o'clock in
Alumni Memorial hall. Prof. L. A.
Strauss will speak-.
"Gymnasium frolic" for all univer-
sity women at 7:30 o'clock this even-
ing in Barbour gymnasium. Admis-
sion 15 cents.
Rehearsal of cast and,all choruses
of junior play at 8:30 o'clock this
morning in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Michigan Union Boat club will hold
a meeting at the Union at 8:00 o'clock
WE HAVE A FRESI
302 S. STATE
SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR
Fraternity and Club Houses
ases Cleanliness and Efficiency. Telephone for our
ative to call and give you expert advice for your Kitchen Equip-
naw Gas Company
CE IN A LIF
Bargain Prices in Electrio Wiring of
Houses and Stores in Ann Arbor and Vicinity
This Offer Holds Good Only Until May 1
-"Eine Reise nach Deutschland" will
be the special feature of the next
meeting of the upper women's section
of the Deutscher Verein, Monday ev-
ening at 7:00 o'clock.
-A resume of Dr. Weston A. Price's
Founders address is one of the featur-
es of the Los Angeles and Medical
number of the Alumnus, scheduled to
appear about March 16. This number
will also contain an article on the
Pasadena Alumnae association, by
Alice C. Brown, '97M, and one on the
Los Angeles Alumni association, by
Arthur J. Abbott, '11L.
-The Cosmopolitan spring trip com-
mittee will send out circulars to mem-
bers of the Cosmopoiltan club next
week to ascertain the number of per-
sons who are going to make the tour.
Already 30 members have signed up to
participate in the affair.
-A current events class has been or-
ganized in the European history de-
partment, the first of the kind at Mich-
igan. No credit will be given for the
work, although 200 students have en-
rolled in the course.
-Prof. F. N. Scott, of the Rhetoric de-
partment, will deliver an address be-
fore the Collegiate Alumnae associa-
tion of Detroit today. His subject
will be "Two Journalistic Failings."
-Prof. Herbert Cross delivered a lee-
ture before the Twentieth Century
club Thursday afternoon, in Detroit.
-The following men have been chos-
en for the fresh lit relay team, and aer
requested by Director Rowe to report
at Waterman gym tonight: Burby,
Popkess, Anderson, Graven, Fullen-
wider, and Giddings.
-The decorations used by the Barris-
ters, Vulcans, and Druids at their an-I
nual dance last night will be used for
the weekly Union dance this evening.
A few tickets for tonight's dance still
remain and may be obtained at the
-A series of tests to determine the
result of the injection of steam into'
automobile intake gases, has just been
completed in the automobile labora-
tory. The work, which took three
weeks to complete. was done on Frank-
Ilin and Hudson motors for a San Fran-
MUSIC AND DRAMA
Sheehan Opera Company.
The attraction at the Whitney the-
Ster today, matinee and night, will be
THINK IT OVER
A woman inserted a two bit
adlet one day for a bag she lost.
,Two days later it was returned
to her. There are three stations
that take the ads for us, Uni-
versity Pharmacy, Quarrys, or
the Daily office in the Ann Ar-
bor Press Bldg.
* * * * * * * * * *
THINK IT OVER
* * * * * * * *
The, Crack of the
is the man who repeats.
One feat of agility and strength is not -,
durance--the fellow who can repeat an
of speed, prowess and strength day after
300 N. MAI
Ann Arbor Taxicab
New Number is
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Prospective teachers attention. If
you intend applying for a position as
teacher, better have your portrait tak-
en at Daines & Nickels, (special pric-
es), the only studio on the campus.
336 South State St. .109-10
FOR RENT-Modern well-lighted
suite. Price exceptionally low. En-
quire 526 Church St. Phone 1064-J
FOR SALE-Choice residence lots on
Church street. John R. Rood, 1600-J.
LOST-Buff. Will person who took
muff by mistake from gym Thurs-
day evening please return it and
get her own? 109
LOST-Fountain Pen at entrance to
Tappan hall, Friday at 10. Finder
please return to 516 Mack Road.
Phone 2288-M. 109
LOST-Delta Sigma Rho key (pin).
Name engraved on it-Louis Dudley
David. Call 1162-M. 109
LOST-Crescent Pin set with pearls
attached to blue bow. Finder please
call 265-J and receive reward.
LOST-A set of Richters drawing in-
struments were lost in room 35 lock-
er number 85. Finder call W. D.
Johnston, 131. 107-8-9
Call 15 for Taxi or Limousine. tf
a b1%ty to
athlete and the student the ,
of brain, bone and brawn
"come back" tomorrow and c
cate the acf
ment of today
M re nour
ing than ni
tissue - stren
Cements of w
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it win the. ba
OUR SPECIAL 60
Wiring and Fixtures6-room House $30.00
Wiring and Fixtures 7-room House $35.00
Wring and Fixtures 8-room House $4400
Tungsten set No. 1. 40 Watt Mazda
In order to cause you no financial an-
noyance, we arrange to give you a per-
oid of four montlhs in whiichi to pay for
this special wiring. The fixture set
shown here is included in these prices.
We are determined to show the peo-
'plt of Ann Arbor that every personi can
afford to enjoy the advantage4 of elec-
tric lights. In order to wire at once
every house in Ann Arbor and vicinity
for the use of electricity, we offer excep-
tionally low prices for first-class Wiring
including fixtures, shadles and Tunuten
Lamps for 6o days only, or until May i,
1914. Every property owner or tenant
interested in the various fixturesin-
cluded in this bargain offer can see the
same at our show rooms. More elabor-
ate and expensive fixtures will be fur-
nished if desired.
Our interest in you does not end with
the completion of your wiring. We
hope to retain you as a satisfied custom-
er, howeversmpall an amount of electri-
city you may use. It is to our interest as
mnch as yours to see that the wiring is
dlone in the best possible manner.
Ve extend a cordial invitation to the
residents of Ann Arbor to call at our
display room and inspect the fixtures
shown there. The display room will be
open daily except Sunday until 6 p. m.
Information cheerfully given. Esti-
mates on additional or repair work free.
Call No 2;3 and a representative will
explain more fully our proposition.
Visit the show room and see for your-
self- Remember this offer holds good
only until May1st, 19t4. If you wish
your house wired promptly don't delay
making the arrangements.
THE JOYS OF LIVING
in your "Frat" house would be in-
creased by the VICTOR
ENTERTAINING AND EDUCATIONAL
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Grinnel Bros120-122 E..Libe rty street
Grinnell Bros. PHONE 1707
Call us up and let us place one on trial
WILLIAM E. DIETERI
FORMERLY THE VARSITY TAILOR OF ANN ARBOR
wishes to announce that he hasopened atailoring establishment in Detr
94 WEST FORT STREET
With a Complete Line of
BRITISH' AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS
Special attention given to my College trade. The same p
with Better Satisfaction and Better- Workmanship.
WASHTENAW ELECTRIC SHOP
00 E. Wash