HO will see the first Robin R4
and get a snap shot at him?"
Best for the Tango
$5.00 Cash to the first person getting a snap shot of a 1914
Robin in Ann Arbor.
Picture must be reasonably good-Robin within 30 ft. when snapped-and you
must be able to prove time and place. Get out your Kodak-keep it loaded-and sleep
with one eye open-but don't fail to go to
LYNDON, for Kodaks and Films-Fresh
719 N. University Ave.
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CAMPUS IN BRIEF
-Dr. amuel M. Zwemer, of Cairo,
Egypt, addressed the "24 Hour a Day
Club" at a dinner held in Newberry'
hall last night. He mphasized the need
of enterpirse and vision in promoting
the financial campaign to secure ad-
equate facilities for the mission sta-
tion and hospital at Busrah, Arabia.
--Prof. Edwin C. Goddard and Mrs.
Goddard will hold a reception for the
Chinese students of the university at
their home, 1212 Hill street on the
evening of Friday, March 20, at 8:00
o'clock. Invitations for all Chinese
students will be mailed today.
-The Forestry club will hold a meet.
ingtonight in the club rooms in the
new engineering building.
-Dean H. M. Bates is still kept from
his classes by illness, which has lasted
for more than a week. He expects to
meet his classs in a few days. -
-The "Los Angeles-Medical" number
of the Alumnus will be out on Thurs-
day, featuring the Los Angeles associ-
ation, and its work during the past
--W. H. Tinker will return today from
the east, where he has been soliciting
funds for the new Unievrsity Y. M. C.
A. building. While in New York City
he took an active part in the Moot
Evangelistic Campaign,giving a speech
s aed. Garrick 25C to
and Sat. $1.50
BLORHOOK BLINN, Director
at one of the meetings.
-Prof. George R. LaRue will lecture
on "he Natural History of Human Par-
asites" at 7:00 o'clock Thursday even-
ing in the museum lecture room, be-
fore the class in zoology 24.
-The 59 senior dent canes arrived
Monday, and will be given out Friday
afternoon at the dent building. The
dents expect tot have a cane day in
the near future.
-All material requiring cuts for the
1914 Michiganensian will be in the
hands of the engravers by the end of
tflis week. The management hopes to
have complete copy ready for the
printers by April 1, and the tentattive
date for the apeparance of the year-
book is May 1.
-The latest edition of the plays of
Bernard Shaw, in 17 volumes, has been
added to the university library to meet
the great demand of the works of this
-An informal duce will be given by
the Union Boat club in place of the
regular Saturday evening Union dance
Saturday evening, March 28 at the
Union. The affair will be similar to
the one given on November 8 and a
number of features will be introduced.
Members of the Boat club will have the
first opportunity to purchase tickets,
the number being limited to 100. Ad-
mission will be 75 cents.
-Cercle Francais has changed the
date of its Soiree Dansante, from
March 20 to March 25, because of the
performance of "A Model Daughter,"
to be presented the same nightt. The
dance will be held in Barbour gym at
Julian H. Krolik, '06, of Detroit, will
be married to Miss Stella Lepman, of
Chicago, at the Congress hotel in Chi-
cago, March 23. They will reside in
-John F. Fuller, '15, has returned to
his home in McAlester, Oklahoma. He
was troubled with pleurisy during last
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Our coatmakers are ex-
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wing Spring and Summer Ready-to-
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-All those behind in the bridge tour-
nament must make up their games to-
morrow evening at the Union. The
final round in the tournament will be
played att he Lounger at 7:30 o'clock
at the Union. Muckley and Meyers still
retain the lead with 21698 points; Mc-
Intyre and Corwin coming second with
a score of 20418.
-About 15 pictures of graduating
classes from 1860 to 1880, and of prom-
inent alumni, have been hung in the
corridor of the engineering building.
The pictures were procured by Tau
Beta Pi, the engineering honorary so-
-An average o more than 100 persons
were treated at the University health
service every day last week. Dr. Cum-
mings, head of the health service says
that most of the cases treated wero
throat infections. The condition of the
weather is believed to be responsible
for the large number of such cases.
-Freight amounting to 100,000 pounds
was handled by the university truck
this past week. The materials include
many of the new power plant aceesso-
-A number of senior engineers inter-
ested in railway work, and several
students of railroad
will go to Chicago tomo
the engineering exhibit
with the annual conv
American Society of
neering. Professor Rig
civil engineering depa
Chicago attetnding the
-Prof. E. I. Turner, i
ropean history departm
ture Monday afternoon
fore the New Century c
leading women's organiz
Rivalry of Germany anc
Regents Will Meet Fr
The regents will mee
noon at 10:00 o'clock
room of the law build:
the lit-medic course, an(
for the new science by
deupartment will give ai
day evening, April 1, at
State St. Jewe
We replace broken le
a full line of Optical
guaranteed Stic-Tite gl
Watch and jewelry
Closes Tues. Eve., March 31st
TROUSERS l c
C. I. KIDD, '17 Lit.
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Pair of skates given away
Football game on skates
Pair of skates given away
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Ladies to Skate for 15e Balance of Season
Except Saturday Nights
Spring Display of
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We are also agents for the E. R. MOORE Co. makers of
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