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Kodaks 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"
CALKINS' PHARMACY
324 So. State Street

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Step inhere today.
Ask us to show you
this Society Brand
suit.

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A Money Saving Opportunity
You Cannot Afford to Miss.

The style will be a revelation
to you, the tailoring the achieve-
ment of your fondest hole. 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 compel
admiration.
They're the sort of clothes
you'll want this Spring and Sum-
mier. Better see about it today.

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Washington Street
AND MECHANICS BANK
05 South Main Street
al, $100,000
its, 1 1$69,00

A. MARQURD
fne
Suits Cleaned and Pressed
and repaired
Cot. Main and Huron---Over Farmer's
and Mechanic's Bank.

VINGS BANK
'rofits, $100,000.00
$50,000,000
t, MICH.
ith C John Wolz Jr.
ent Cashier

PECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR
COOKING

and Club Houses

Cleanliness and Efficiency. Telephone for our
> call and give you expert advice for your Kitchen Equip-
dienaw Gas Company

WATSON DOWNS HANDY FOR
WIN IN WRESTLING MATCH
Heavyweights Stage Exciting Bout in
Tourney-Traub and Champ
Are Victors
With less than a minute of the allot-
ted half-hour remaining, Watson suc-
ceeded in putting Handy's shoulders
to the mat in the wrestling tournament
yesterday afternoon before a large
crowd. The bout was the best
staged in the heavyweight class thus
far.
Traub and Kelley, lightweights, pro-
longed their tussle 24 minutes with
Traub the winner. Both men let pass
several opportunities earlier in tf-
struggle. The victory is the third
scored by Traub in the tournament and
it is now certain that he will be one
of the grapplers in the final match
for the lightweight supremacy.
Champ won handily over Hart in a
nine-minute scuffle.
IRISH PLAYERS TO PRESENT
FIVE PLAYS IN ANN ARBOR
Appear on March 28 and George Arliss
In Disraeli Comes on
April 2
The Irish Players in five different
plays, and George Arliss in Disraeli
will be brought to Ann Arbor within
the next month under the auspices
of the Drama League. The.Irish play-
ers will be here on March 28 and Ar-
liss will appear on April 2.
On the afternoon of the 28th, the
Players will present "Kathleen Ni
Hoolihan," by Yeats, "The Building
Fund," by Wm. Boyle and "The Rising
of the Moon," by Lady Gregory. In
the evening a double 1ill will be play-
ed, "The Well of the Saints," by
Synge and "The Workhouse Ward,"
by Lady Gregory. This organization
of Players was founded in Dublin in
1904, at the Abbey theater, and since
that time they have risen to a high
degree of eminence.
At present the Players are in Chi-
cago. Beginning with Ann Arbor they
start on a tour of 12 selected cities.;
German Consul General Speaks April 1
The German Consul General,
Alfred Geissler, will be the
principal speaker at the Bismark
celebration to be held under the aus-
pices of the Deutscher Verein in Hill
auditorium at 8:00 o'clock on April
1, Bismark's birthday. He will deliver
a short address on the "Cultural Rela-
tionsBetween Germany and America,"
and President H. B. Hutchins will
make a few remarks on the "Ideals of
Citizenship." The faculty of the Uni-
versity school of music will furnish
a special musical program. All stu-
dents of German are especially invit-
ed to attend.
--There will be a St. Patrick Celebra-
tion, given by the Baptist Guild,, at
8:00 o'clock tomorrow 'night. The af-
fair will be held in the church parlors
Everybody is welcome.
-A fictitious breach of promise case,
brought by Mary Short against J. H.
Collier will be tried by the Websters,
at 7:00 o'clock Saturday night. Attor-;
neys for the plaintiff are L. D. David,
'14L, J. L. Primrose, '15L, and T. H.
Westlake, '16L; for the defendant, P.L.
Potter, '14L, B. M. Thomas, '15, and
C. S. Neithercut, '15L.7

A Superb' Bill Where
Quality Is Featured
A Shot in the Night
a pleas ing drama of heart inter-
est in two parta
The Winner Wins
A thrilling Stiry of the
Motor Dome. A Girl in the,
case
Won By a Nose
a Real live comedy
Message ot the Sun Dial
Edison Drana of love never
realized.
CHAS TUTTLE
Singer and Whister
ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA
MATINEES 2:00 3:30
NIGHTS 6:30 8:00 938

JEWELRY
Extensive Stock at
Reasonable Prices
Skilled and Trustworthy
Watch Repairing
OPTICAL SUPPLIES
Michigan Pins, Fobs,
Bars and Spoons
Js B. EIBLER
109 West Liberty Street
Across from Mack's Side Entrance

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A man inserted a two bit ad-
let for a pin he lost. The next
day it was returned to him. This
is the USUAL result not excep-
tional. We have three branches,
University Pharmacy, Quarrys,
or the MICHIGAN DAILY office
in the Ann Arbor Press Bldg.

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[rinngTime
means deyir~ ~yourself many pleasant things. It never
ba;s ot Co ola. The leading athletes and ball-
ball-s i_ , country endorse it. In training quarters
or on the ie. they drink .t for the refreshment and
beneict they 'ave found it contains.
Deiicious - Refreshing
T1'iirst - Quenching

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
Senior engineer regular assembly at
11:00 o'clock today, room 348.
Senior engineers who have not had
pictures taken and desire to appear in
class picture to be placed in engineer-
ing building, see Dudley, chairman of
the committee at once.
Rehearsal of opera orchestra in Hill
auditorium at 4:00 o'clock today.
Rehearsal of the "Holy Men" chorus
at the Union at 3:15 o'clock today.
ROUND-UP CLUB WILL HOLD
FORMAL DANCE ON MARCH 27
The Round-Up club will hold a for-
mal dance on March 27, at the Armory,.
The committee in charge is planning to
make it one of the big functions of
the year. The hall will be specially
decorated and Michigan Union opera
music will be featured.
The club was organized last year
and is composed of 100 members chos-
en from the medical, literary, law
and engineering departments. The
members are taken from every state
in the union, making it one of the
most general of campus clubs. It was
organized for the purpose of discuss-
ing questions pertinent to the cam-
pus and to unite men from all sections
of the country. The following officers
will serve until next June: T. G. For-
ney, '14L, president; C. E. Clement,
'14L, vice-president; . P. O'Hara,'14L,
treasurer; and F. C. Matthaei, '14, sec-
retary.

is the man Who repeats.
One feat of agility and strength is nc
durance---the fellow who can repeat
of speed, prowess and strength day al
manwho scores.

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gives the athlete gad thy. stu

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stamina
ability to

of brain, bone and braw
"come back" tomorrow and

THE COCA-COLA CO.
Atlanta, Ga.

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you see an Arrow
thinik of Coca-Vol,

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CAMPUS IN BR IEF
-Two new songs written for the Jin-
ior hop will be featured at the Fischer
party, which will be held at the Mich-
igan Union tomorrow night. Tickets
may be reserved by 'calling 236 or 219.
-Many persons in Ann Arbor were in-
terested in observing the partial eclip-
se of the moon, which,.was visible last
night. The moon entered the shadow
of the earth at 8:42 o'clock, and the
earth remained in darkness until 11:44
o'clock. The shadow covered 91 per
cent of the disk of the moon, and was

vs. Carl G. Schoeffel, '13-'15L, which
was to have been tried in Justice Do-
ty's court this morning, has been
postponed until March 26. I
- r.uk Leverett, special lecturer of
he Lnited States Geological Survey
will give the fourth of his series of
lectures before the class in Geology
20, tonight at 7:00 o'clock in the Rus-
sel seminary room of the museum.
His subject will be "The Older Drift
Sheets of North America and Europe."
-Freshmen engineers will dispel
March gloom at a "Hello Spring"
dance, to be given at 8:30 o'clock to-

ening
wheat.
minds th
of life.
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visible in all parts of the earth turn- night at the Union. Mr. and Mrs. H.
ed towards the moon at the present .F. French and Mr. and Mrs. G.D. Brad-
time. leiy will be the chaperones. Admis-,
--The "Political Developmient of Isl- sion has been placed at 75 cents.
am" was the phase of Mohammedan- -Dr. Calvin h. Kauffman of the bota-j
isn- which Professor Snouck-Hur- ny department has just returned from
gronje treated in his third lecture yes- New York where he has been spending
terday. Ilis final lecture will be given the past two weeks in individual re-
at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon in Me- search in "Fungi" at the New York
morial hall, on "Islam and Modern botanical gardens.
Thought." -The next Union membership dinner 1
--Upon motion of the proseeution, the will be given Wednesday, April 1 at
assault and battery case of the People ,6:00 o'clock at the Union.

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Do You Know !
THAT
You Can Save Money
By buying anything you need in
.Musical Lines
At Grtnueli Bros. Music House
120 & 122 E. Liberty Street Phone 1707
Pianos,PlayerPianos,Victrolas,Mandlins, Gui

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STYLE SHOW.
The ub, Henry T, Lytton and S ns
Chicago, the World's Greatest Clothling
Store, has sent it's two college spe-
cialists, Mr. McFarland and Mr. Will-
ner, to the Allenel Hotel, where they
are showing the new craetons in
mnen's cloting, haberdashery, hats,
and shoes for spring 1:14. Open house,
Last day March 12. Open until 10:10

S A\TED - cive cents
Daily c ic- for cop
day, March 11. Fift
$2.00 a week for b
Address X Daily.

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