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SHIRTINGS I

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YTHING THAT

for you.

Just received, a full line of soft, negligee
shirts for Spring and Summer wear. We have
them in various styles and cloths to suit every
taste.
Have you seen that new design in Collar
Attached Shirt? It is just the thing for day
wear and very popular at present.

fiOnS,with the fol-de-rols

TINKER . COMPANY

Furnishers and Hatters

342 South State Street

Is shown here ready for your choo
THE NEW BALMACAN
SLIP-ON
RAGLAN COATS
The outer garment fad of the hour
Everything new in Spring Suits and Overe
Spring Neckwear, Spring Underwear, Imme
showing in Spring Manhattan Shirts.
It is high time for a new Spring Hat, and
can't use too much care in choosing it.
yours here and you can be sure it's absol-
right in every respect.
THE BIG STORE COR. WASHINGTON and M
Reule, Conlin & Fie

ow you.
be a Stein-Bloch.

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'ACTION

wear SATISFACTION HOSIERY
* 50c, 75c and $z. Once tried, always worn.
line of Hosiery for men. Let us show you

& Co.

Where a

lMar Does Its Duty

NEW SYSTEM HITS
MICHIGAN SQUAD
Recently Adopted Scoring Basis Would
Have Placed Harvard First
in Big Meet
FAVORS WELL BALANCED TEAM
Figuring the points of last year's in-
tercollegiate track and field meet on
the new scoring basis of five places,
Michigan loses more points than any
other university except Cornell, but
still retains the third greatest num-
ber of points.
Had last year's meet been scored
under the new system Harvard would
have won instead of Pennsylvania,
with 29 points to 28, and Michigan
would have remained in third palce
with 27 points.
Pennsylvania won the meet with but
five athletes placing, and the new rule
was adopted to avoid such occurrenc-
es in the future; putting a premium on
a well balanced team as against a few
stars.
The following table shows how the
colleges finished last year, how they
would have finished under the new sys-
tem, and the number of points lost and
retained under the new system.

Temple
DOWN TWN NMI
SATURDAY MARCH 21
The Rattle

of Shilob

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S TUDENTS wearing glasses or
feeling the need of them will
be pleased to know that Ann Arbor
has a modern optical shop where
services of an expert optometrist
and optician can be had.
Advanced methods of Optometry, fit-
ting glasses without drugs, appeals to all
who demand accurate eye examinations,
made without loss of time or inconven-
ience of having muscles paralyzed by
d rugs,
r.H. Arnold, optometrist with Arnold
& Co ,is a recognized leader in advanced
optometrical work. His complete office
equipment combined with shop facilities
to grind lenses, together with years ot
experience as refractionist and optician,
make his Optical System the logical
place to buy glasses.
Arnold Optical System
220 South Main Street

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See our beautiful
New Spring Coats
Skirts, Waists
and Dresses
very dress in a class by itself
SCHROEN BROS

ROWE'S LAUNI
406 DETROIT STR
The Link between College a
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Pennsy ....4
Harvard.....21/2
Michigan.....19
Cornell......17%
Dartmouth . ... 141/
Yale ..... ...10?/

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Jewelers

306 S. STATE

our new line of Ladies and Gents San-
ars for men.
Is Michigan Jewelry
iou Chicken Ring"-only 6c
ken watches and Jewelry to us.

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Other point winners of last year re-
tain the following number of points
under the new scoring system: Prince-
ton 6, Columbia 6, California 4, and
Brown 1.
CAMPUS IN BRIEF
-Prof. E. R. Turner, head of the Eng.
lish history department, will give a
lecture on "The Relations Between
Germany and England," before the Y.
W. C. A. at 7:15 o'clock, March 25, in
Newberry hall.
-The Architectural society will hold
its second membership smoker of the
year at the Union Wednesday evening.
Professors L. M. Gram, of the engi-
neering department, and H. R. Cross,
of fine arts, are on the program for
talks. The society mandolin club and
quartet will contribute entertainment.
-Miss Grace Wolf, '14, will speak at
the Y. W. C. A. vesper service on Sun-
day at 4:15 o'clock. Vocal music will
be furnished by Mrs. N. S. Hoff.
-R. E. Baker, '18D, was sent to the
homeopathic hospital Wednesday
threatened with pneumonia. No seri-
ous developments have been detected
as yet.
--C. E. Lehr, '14L, retained his title
of university billiard champion last
night by winning the last block of the
closely contested series from- I. S. Rit-
ter, '16E, the challenger, 100-95. The
final score of the three matches stand
300-290 in favor of Lehr.
-The senior engineers at their meet-
ing yesterday chose the following men
for class day speakers: orator, R. Kel-
iher; historian, F. Dubois; toastmas-
ter, G. Ballentine; poet, R. Hill.
-All students intending to take obser-
vation classes at the high school who

have not been assigned rooms and
hours, are urged to see Mr. Aiken at
the high school as soon as possible.
-The seuigr medics have deceided to
have canes. H. I. Winter and H. E.
Clark, the committee in charge, have
already sent for samples and expect
to have the official stick selected by
the first of next week.
-Fred. L. VanDolsen, '14L, 'is in the
university hospital suffering from an
infected foot. Authorities at the hos-
pital state he can leave the institution
in a few days.
-University hospital authorities re-
ported that the condition of Howard E.
Weaver, '16P, was much improved yes-
terday. Weaver is suffering from an
infected knee.
-H. A. Arnold, '17D, suffering at the
university hospital from blood pois-
oning, due to an injury to his hand,
was reported as slightly improved yes-
terday.
-Fresh architects will break into the
social calendar of the campus for the
first time since the organization of
their class last fall, by giving a dance
at 9:00 o'clock tomorrow night at the
Packard academy. All members of the
architectural department are invited
to attend the affair. Prof. Emil Lorch
and Mrs. Lorch, and Prof. L. H. Boyn-
ton and Mrs. Boynton, will chaperone.
Tickets may be obtained from the com-
mittee at $1.00 each.
Los Angeles Number of Alumnus Out
The Los Angeles-Medical number of
the Alumnus goes on sale today, fea-
turing the work of the Los. Angeles as-
sociation and containing articles on
the growth of the university health
service, increased number of subscrib-
ers, musical clubs' trip, and Comedy
club play.
Senior Lits May Pay Dues Next Week
At the collection of senior lit class
dues yesterday a total of $1,300 was
collected. For the benefit of those who
weer unable to pay yesterday, oppor-

tunity will be given to make up the de-
linquency some afternoon next week.
The darkest of the three brown leath-
er invitation covers was the most pop-
ular, 'and will probably be the one se-
lected.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES

Alpha Nu will meet in the rooms of
the society at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow
night, instead of tonight as previously
announced.
Ferris Institute club will not meet
this week.
Tryouts for the Joan of Arc pageant
report at Professor Kenyon's office in
the old engineering building, Friday
and Saturday.
$ * * * * * * * * * *

YOUR NEXT SUIT
WILL LOOK WELL
WILL FIT WELL
WILL WEAR WELL
IF I TAILOR IT TO YOUR INDIVIDUAL MEASURE
MAX P. KRUTSCH
Varsity Tailor 117 E. Liberty St.

Miss Neva Deerdorf, '04, has 7
cently been made a member of the IM
nicipal Research bureau of Philad
phia.
* , *
General rehearsal of cast and ch
uses of junior play at 8:30 o'clo
Saturday morning.
The home of Rexall Remedies. E
sill's Rexall Drug Store. 122 Soi
Main St. Tue-
FOR SALE-Swedish Electric Vibr
ors. Best kind of treatment for n
vousness, headache, rheumatic
etc. Call 69-J to have one deliver
for 3 days trial, or call evenings,
S. Ingalls. 118-119-.
LOST-An Eastman vest-pocket I
dak. Reward. R. V. Wolf, 639.
12th St. 904-M.: 118-:
LOST-Sunday on auto road from I
troit to Ann Arbor a small suit-ca
Reward. Phone 1287-J. Zwick
119-20-2
LOST-Black pocket book at or 1
tween Whitney theater and divisi
street. Reward. Phone 1462-M. 1

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* OF INTEREST TO WOMEN.

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A fancy bazaar will be opened by the
women's league at 3:00 o'clock this
afternoon in Barbour gymnasium. Spe-
cial tables will display candy and em-
broidery, and other attractions will
be a fish -pond, a tea-room, vaudeville
skits, and dancing. The bazaar will
be open from 3:00 to 6:00 o'clock Sat-
urday afternoon.

stroke counts.

It was a happy stroke of ours that put
Fatima Cigarettes first of all in the
college towns. Everybody liked them!
Pure, splendid tobacco-" mighty
good"I And today more Fatimas are
sold in this country than any other
brand of cigarettes!
Simple, inexpensive package-quality
all in the tobacco.
Every stroke counts when you are out
to winiI
oda"c° a

Best Crade-Properly Fitte

Do You Know!
THAT
You Can Save Money
By buying anything you need in
Musical Lines
At Grinnell Bros. Music House
120 & 122 E. Liberty Street Phone 1707
Planos,Player Planos,ViletrolasMandolins, Gaitars,etc-

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FOR TEN YEARS-A SIGN OF SATISFACTION
119 E. LIBERTY ST.

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