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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
handyduring

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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 yu are through.
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ENTIRE WEEK STARTING
MONDAY MARCH 9 th
MATINEE EVERY DAY
TWO SNOWS DAILY 3 and 8:15
MASTERPIECE of MOTION
PHOTOGRAPHY
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Wed..
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DON'T BE A WAITER

Fresh an Junior Laws
Ball Tilts on Last
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ANNOUNCE STANDINGS OF TEAMS
The junior and fresh law teams won
from the junior dents and soph engi-
neers, respectively, last night in
the opening games of the third week
of the interclass basketball series.
The first year barristers won a lead
of 6 to 5 in the first half of their game
by getting all the breaks; and in the
last half Campbell and Morse over-
whelmed the junior boilermakers, de-
spite the basket shooting of Berry
from the foul line, the game ending 16
to 12.
In the other game the junior law
team had no trouble in humbling the
dentists, McClellan starring for the
victors in the 29 to 13 fray.
The summaries of last night's games
follow :
Soph Eng. Fresh Laws
Hyde ............. R.F.....Goldstick
Miller..........L.F.....Morse
Berry............C. ..... Campbell
Hedman..........R.G. ......Scott
Clise..........L.G.' .. Kennington
Field goals-Campbell, 3; Morse, 3;
Goldstick and Scott. Fouls-Berry, 4.
Referee, Kennedy. 'Scorer, Zavitz.
Time, Grylls.
Junior Dents Junior Laws
Melvin.. .........R.F .. McClellan
Bond.. ........L.F. .....Donnelly
Schumaker...... C.......Goldstick
Sherry.........R.G;......Marx
Enstine........L.G......Schoeffel
Field goals-McClellan, 7; Goldsti,
4; Melvin, 4; Donnelly, 2; Schoeffel,
Bond and Schumaker. Fouls-McClel-
tan and Melvin. Referee, Rowe. Scor-
er, James. Time, Trisler.
Due to a sudden change in the sched-
ule the senior medics have been una-
ble to play two of their games which
have been postponed to the following
dates: Tuesday at 7:10 o'clock, senior
medics vs. senior lits; Friday at 7:10
o'clock, senior laws vs. senior medics.
The only game scheduled for tonight is
the senior medic-senior lit contest.
The standings of the various teams
in their classes follows:
SENIOR DIVISION-

DETROIT
Winthrop Ames R xquilte play with music
PWVHIEL[LA
or Love in a Garden With Marguerite Clark
Y. M. C. A. MEMBERS CHOOSE
NOMINATIONS COMMITTEE
Election of Officers From Men Picked
Will Occur Shortly After
Spring Vacation
Frank Murphy, '14L, Blakely Helm,
'14L, and Roy Fellers, '15, were chosen
by members of the university Y. M. C.
A. at the Majestic meeting Sunday ev-
ening, to form a committee together
with Ralph Snyder, '14L, Frank Olm-
stead, '15, and A. E. Gilman, '14, of the
Y. M. C. A. cabinet, for the purpose of
nominating Y. M. C. A. officers for next
year. The comimttee will nominate
two men for each office. Elections
will occur shortly after spring vaca-
tion.
Changes may be made in the admin-
istrative organization of the Y. M. C.
A.,for next year. The creation of de-
partment vice-presidencies, similar to
those of the Union. is under considera-
tion.
LITTLE INTEREST DISPLAYED
IN ANNUAL PRIZE CONTEST.
No new names have been added to
the three original contestants from
Michigan for the Hart Schaffner and
Marx prize in economics.. H. R.
Marsh, '15, Myron W. Watkins, '15, and
Thomas E. Hough represent Michigan
in.the contest. Since the manuscripts
.must be finished by June 1, it remains
certain that none will enter after' this
time. The, committee which controls
the fund is .composed of Professor J.
Laughlin,.chairman, of the University
of Chicago,. Professor J. B. Clark, of
the University of Columbia, Professor
Henry Adams, of the University of
Michigan, Horace White, of New Yorl
City, and Profesor Edwin F. Gay, of
Harvard University.
MONTHLY SHIPMENT OF BOOKS
OF LIBRARY NUMBERS 1,172
The university library received a
total of 1,172 volumes during Febru-
ary, and shipping bills . received to
date indicate that the .March figures
will surpass those of last month. Of
the 1,172 volumes received in Febru-
ary, 254 volumes were purchased .by
the library, 484 were gifts, while the
remainder were in the form of bound
magazines and exchanges.
Three large shipments are expected
this week, one from Leipzig, one from
London, and one from Paris. The
shipment from Paris is largely made
up of volumes of French literature.
ORIGIN OF ISLAM IS MADE
THEME OF RELIGIOUS TALK
The origin of Islam, in which the
influence of Judaeism and Christianitys
on the creed of Mohammed was dis-;
cussed, was the theme of Prof. Chris-i
tian Snouck-Hurgronje's lecture on
Mohammedanism, in Alumni Memorial
hall yesterday afternoon. He speaks
today on, "The Religious Development
of Islam," at 4:15 o'clock in the same
room. Additional lectures will also1
be given tomorrow and Thursday.

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Senior engineers .....3
Senior lits ..........1
Senior medics ...... .0
Senior laws ..........0
JUNIOR DIVISION-
Junior lits ..........3
Junior engineers ....2
Junior laws.........2
Soph medics.......0
Junior dents.......0
SOPH DIVISION-
Soph lits...........4
Fresh laws ..........3
Fresh homeops......2
Soph engineers ......0
Fresh medics ........0
FRESH DIVISION--
Fresh lits ............3
Fresh pharmics ......2
Fresh dents .........1
Fresh engineers ......0

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OUT-OF-TOWN BANQUET MAY
BE HELD BY SENIOR LAWS
Permission Granted by Senate Council
and Approval of Dean Bates
Is Awaited
Senior laws may hold their class
banquet out of town this spring pro-
viding that the arrangements for the'
function meet with the approval of
Dean H. M. Bates. Permission was
granted by the senate council at its
session last night. The petition pre-
sented mentioned Detroit and Toledo
as two possible cities in which to hold

Handball Players Start Annual Series
The handball artists started their
annual tournament yesterday after-
noon in the gymnasium courts with
two matches. McQueen, with an ad-
vantage of three, defeated Robertson,
one of the few scratch men, in two
sets, winning both by the same score,
15-9. The second match between Bai-
ley, with a four point handicap, and
George, with a three point margin,
went to the latter in two sets, 16-6 and
16-10.
SYRACUSE IS FIRST FOE OF
TRACK SEASON

uMPUS IN BRIEF

.ei elopment of blood pois-
owing a minor injury to his
kept H. A. Arnold, '17D, of
amens, Mich., confined in the
hospital for the last ten
from the "Junior Jamboree"
show that the affair was a
tancially and socially. The
was 101 couples.
honorary philosophical so-
hold a meeting at 7:30
tight, in its rooms. Prof. C.
of the philosophy depart-
read a paper on "Ethics of
ilosophy." An attempt is
e to secure Prof. Christian
irgronje, of Leyden univer-
dress the society.
Brothers are running off an
line handicap billiard tour-
three prizes are offered for
students are eligible. Sev-
s have entered.
Bathmann, '15E, has been
ts home in Paterson, N. J.,
h of his mother.
i W. Myers, of the honieo-
ical college, has returned

from Cleveland, 0., where he has been
attending a meeting of homeopathic
eye, ear, nose and throat surgeons of
the middle west.
-Roscoe S. Brown, '16E, is in the uni-
versity hospital suffering from aif
acute attack of tuberculosis.
-Dean H. M. Bates, of the law depart-
ment, was unable to meet his classes
yesterday on account of"illness. He
hopes to meet them today.
-The following committee will have
charge of the Saturday night-dance at
the Union: F. E. Seuear, '14M, chair-
man, D. M. Sarbaugh, '16, J. G. Bruce,
'16L, and F. H. Tinsman, '16. Tickets
will go on sale at the Union desk at
5:00 o'clock Thursday.
-A special committee of the graduate
school met last night to draw up reso-
lutions on combining courses which
will be presented at a meeting of the
'executive board of the school tomor-,
row.
Prof. Emil Lorch to Speak in Detroit
Prof. Emil Lorch of the architectur-
al department will go to Detroit today
where he will give a report this even-
ing before the University olub on the
educational work of the Michigan

chapter of the American Institute of
Architecture.

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Absence of Dunn Causes Postponement
There will be no meeting of the In-
ter-collegiate Civic League this after-
noon, as announced. Word has been
received that Mr. Arthur Dunn will snot
be able to address the meeting at this
time, but arrangements are being
made to have him speak at a later
date.

the dinner. (Continued from page 1.)
Exception to the ban on out-of-town when he was beaten in one of the pre-
class functions was taken in this in- liminary meets, and resigned from the
stance because the petition was from squad, leaving that event much in the
the senior class of a professional lurch for candidates.
school. The council stated that its ac- The hurdles are strengethened by
tion is not to be taken by the campus the appearance of Armstrong in a suit
as a general raising of the bars on out again. This runner was out of the
of town dinners, this being a special daily practice for more than a week
privilege. with blood poisoning at the ankles, but
is now in shape again, and will be able
Fresh Engineers to Give Spring Dance to run in the trials Wednesday.
Freshman engineers will assume the In the majority of the events, some
role of optimists at a "hello spring"' keen competition is expected in the
dance, to be held at 8:30 o'clock, coming trials, and it begins to look as
Thursday night, at the Union. "Ike" if Michigan would be represented by
Fischer's orchestra will supply the mu-' a well balanced squad, when the Varsi-
sic for the affair. | ty indoor season is opened, Saturday.

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