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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
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you NOW. Take your
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THE WONDERFUL NEW
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Thursday, Mar. 26
Charles Frobman presents

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Many decided advantages over
any other talking Machine.
EASY PAYMENTS WHEN DESIRED
A limited number of other machines
will be taken in trade as part payment.
Now on Display
and for Sale at

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DON'T BE A WAITER

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Phone 1731 M'

LYNDON'S EASTMAN KODAK A N D
PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLY STORE
719 N. UNIVERSITY
NOTE.-..H. H. Perry of the Delta U. House won the $5.oo Robin Prize

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308 S. State Street

The Sugar Bowl
Con feetioriery
We have the best assortment of
Chocoladtes aend Bor Bons
All kinzde of fesney Ice Creams for Partie s
Try our Fruit Sundaes after the Theatre

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-The interelass relay races scheduled
for tonight will not be run, according
to Director Rowe.
-Mrs. Reuben Peterson' and Dr. Pet-
erson and Mrs. W. G. Smeaton, and
Prof. Smeaton will, chaperone the
weekly Union dance to be held this ev-
ening. A few tickets are still on sale
at the Union desk.
-Course tickets or single admission
cards at 60 cents will admit to the
combined senior lit-engineer annual'
banquet at the 'Michigan Union, Mon-
day. The sale of tickets indicates-that
the capacity of the Union will be taxed.
-L. K. Wood, '14L, was called to his'
home at Princeton, Kentucky, late
Thursday night, on account of the crit-
ical illness of his father.
-The fourth of the series of informal
parties, given by the Wright Saxo-
phone trio, will be held Friday, March
27, at the Union. Tickets can be# ar-
ranged for by calling 319 or 236. Danc-
ing will continue froan 9:00 until 2:00
o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Doug-
las will chaperone.
-Prof. It. Z. Wilbur, of the Ypsilanti
Normal College, will lecture before the
Upper Room Bible Calss at 7:00'
o'clock tonight in the Bible Chair,
building.
-A Victrola concert will feature the
Sunday program at the Union tomor-
row afternoon at 3:00 o'clock. The
program is made possible through the
kindness of Mrs. Root of the Univer-
sity Music House.
WOMAN BURNED BY GASOLINE
EXPLOSION IN LABORATORY
Florence Shelley,'14,was badly burn-
ed Wednesday afternoon in the chem-
istry laboratory while performing her
experiments in chemistry. Miss Shel-
ly had a tube of gasoline in her hands
which exploded The results would un-
doubtedly have been worse had it not
been that there were five men near her,
who tore her apron from her and ex-
tinguished the flames with it. Miss
Shelley was given immediate medical
attention. The burns were bad enough
to keep her from her work for the
next two weeks.
COMMERCE CLUB PAMPHLET
BOOSTS BUSINESS DEPARTMENT
IR an attempt to reach the business
men of the country in a more practi-
cal manner, the Commerce club is pre-
paring a pamphlet which will be sent
to the principal business houses in
view of securing better positions for
the graduates of the department of
business administration.
Cards have been distributed to the
commercial secretaries throughout the
state asking for lists of the principal
factories and business houses. Pam-
phlets will be sent to these with a cir-
cular letter asking them to list open-
ings with the club.

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s SHOE STORES

Matinees Prices
Wed. Garrick 25C to
and Sat. $1.50
DETROIT
PRINCESS PLAYERS
HOLBROOK BLINN, Directord
EVTENfl TIME T!

in the new comnedy i# Four Acts
TANTE
By C. HaEdoaChambers
Founded on the novel .t that mane
by Anne Douglas Sedgwlck
PRICES
13 Rows Orchestra........$2.08
Balance Orchlestra........... 1.50
4 Rows Balcony............. .1 .50
Next 4 Rows Balcony..... 1.00
BalanceB alcony.............75
Gallery--..................50

eligibility lists any time between the
present and the spring vacation," an-
nounced Prof. H. A. Kenyon yesterday.
This extension of time has been grant-
ed because .the eligibility committee
will not have an opportunity to attend
to the lists until April recess, instead
of next week, as previously reported.
By that date, all those who antici-
pate entering the pageant should have
handed their names in to Prof. Ken-
yon at room 23, old engineering build-
ing, so that immediately upon the re-
turn from the holidays rehearsal of the
principal characters may be com-
menced.
Hear Wireless Off Pacifle Coast
In a letter received by Mr.H.S. Shep-
pard, of the electrical engineering de-
partment, from a wireless operator, on
one of the boats which ply between
Panama and San Francisco, the infor-
mation was given that the University
of Michigan wireless station had been
heard distinctly by the operator when
he was off the coast of Southern Cali-
fornia.
DECISION GIVEN MORRIS MARKS
THIRD VICTORY
(Continued from page 1.)
the fallacy of maintaining dread-
noughts and large standing armies as
a means of preserving peace, and the
economic waste of war.
Through winning the state contest,
Morris will represent the state of
Michigan in the inter-state peace con-
test at Cleveland on April 25, between
the successful orators in the state con-
tests of Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Penn-'
sylvania and Wisconsin. Percival V.,
Blanshard, '14, and Paul B. Blanshard,
'14, took first honors in the inter-state
and national peace contests for the
years 1912 and 1913 respectively.
A prize of $75 will be awarded to
Morris as first honor oartor. Lucie L.
Mills, of Ypsilanti, won second place
with her oration on "The New Hero"
and will receive a testimonial of $50.
AGAIN SHOWER FIRST HONORS
ON BLANSHARD
(Continued from page 1.)
ca is longing for manhood that will
make her democracy real," he declared.
The title of his oration is, "Myself."
Y. F. Jabin Hsu, '14, won second
honors, in an oration on "The Mission
of the Scholar in the United World," a
speech remarkable for its diction and
clearness of enunciation considering
the fact that Hsu is a foreign student.
Roy R. Fellers, '15, who was given

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no amount of bluster and bluff, can
ever make an imitation tobacco as
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If you are not a pipe smoker, you
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Try Tuxedo in your pipe this week.
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Convenient pouch. Famous green tin,
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PAGEAT PLYERSDifference in Tobaccos
andidates for the Joan of Arc pag- Tuxedo is the Mildest, Sweetest, Most
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First-No one but the makers of
Tuxedo is willing to spend the
money necessary to buy the mildest,
choicest, most thoroughly aged,
selected Burley tobacco.
Second- No one but the makers of
Tu xedo-knows how to treat this Bur-
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tobacco and every bit of unpleasant-
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top at s the Crest
The New Pl ice
-ream Candy Light Lunches
We make our -own candy
S. Main St. Near Liberty

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Proprietor "Pop;"
Serves things to eat
Both good and sweet
Will treat you right
Morn, noon and night

"POP" BANCROFT
722 Monroe
Cigars, Cigarettes, Tobacco
Stationary, Candy. Magazines
etc,

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honorable mention, spoke in behalf of; UNI
"Slaves of Industry." C. O. Chan, '15,
speaking on "The Unity of the World," There w
and E. B. Scaggs, '16, on "Wanted- at 1:00 o'c
Men," made excellent showings.
As a result of this contest, Blan- Tickets,
shard will represent Michigan in the prom will
Northern Oratorical League contest 24. Commi
to be held at Madison, Wisconsin, on sale.
May 1. He was presented with the
Chicago Alumni medal, and guaranteed
a cash prize of $100, while Hsu will March c
be rewarded with a cash prize of $50, Monday, M;
provided by Nathan M. Kaufman, of hand.
Chicago.
LOST-On
March class in shorthand begins March 1
Monday, March 23, at School of Short- B. Huff,
hand. 121-122

711 N. University Ave.

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Can meet all competition in tailoring. Also advantage
of our 20 years' experience as makers of high grade
garments.

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Tailors to Mcn

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VILLIAM E. DIETERLE
FORMERLY THE VARSITY TAILOR OF ANN ARBOR
shes to announce that he has opened a tailoring establishment in Detroit at
94 WEST FORT STREET
With a Complete Line of
BRITISH AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS
ecial attention given to my College trade. The same prices
th Better Satisfaction and Better Workmanship.
DIE TERLE-VARSITY TAILOR

the beautiful lines and
soft curves embodied
in our high grade, hand
tailored garments.
Our coatmakers are ex-
perts and are proud of their
products. All garments made
in our own shops.

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Student's Supply
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WE SELL VERYTSINr G A STVDENT ME

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