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April 18, 1914 - Image 4

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LYNDON'S
KODAKS,

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FILMS,

Saturday, April 1

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Amateur finishing
719 N. University Ave.

ARTHUR HAMMERSTEIN Presents

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EDITH THA

SNAPPY STYLES
PERFECT FIT
R.TS TO ORDER ALSO
LLCOLM, 604 E. Liberty

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OXFORDS

Tan, in Leather or Rubber
Soles, at.

and $5.00

Oxfords with white rubber sole
308 SOUTH
0 UIL I STATE ST.

The Sugavr Bowl
Confectionery
We have the best assortmnent of
Chocolsts e nd Bom Bons
All kinds of feuncy Ice Creamafor Partiea
Try our Fruit Suxndas after the Theatre

MANY ENGINEERS
BOOKED FOR CAMP
Camp Davis, the surveying camp
situated on the Bogardus Engineering
Camp site at Douglas Lake promises
this year to surpass all previous
camps, not only in attendance, but al-
so in the work accomplished there. At
present 76 students have been assign-
ed to tents, and there are 10 or 12
others who have signified their inten-
tion of going.
The largest attendance prior to this
year was in 1908, when 74 engineers
stayed through the term, which at that
time lasted only six weeks. In 1912,
the attendance was 64, and last year
but 60.
The vanguard of the engineers leave
Ann Arbor on June 19. This party
leaves early to prepare the camp for
the main party which arrives at the
camp on June 27. Actual work does
not begin until two days later. The
term closes on Friday, August 21T.
Many improvements will be made
at Camp Davis the coming summer,
among which are the laying of side-
walks and the building of a dark room
where the students kodak films can
be developed. It is thought that sev-
eral steel buildings will be erected to
accommodate the overflow which is
sure to occur at the camp because of
the lack of tenting accommodations.
A novelty, introduced this year, will
be the enrollment of several forestry
students in the camp course. At least
five of the woodmen are expected at
the camp. The camp will, as in other
years, be in charge of Prof. C. T. John-
son.
MICHIGAN ATHLETE UPHELD
IN SQUABBLE AT U OF IOWA
Nelson A. Kellogg, '04, former cap-
tain of the Michigan track team, and
now director of athletics at Iowa State
University will retain his position in
spite of a recent agitation among the
alumni to supplant him by an Iowan
graduate.
Charges of mismanagement of trips
and of carelessness in regard to the
physical condition of athletes were
brought against Kellogg in the petition
that recommended his removal. The
Board in Control of athletics at Iowa
stood firmly behind Kellogg and pub-
lished a statement in denial of the
charges brought against him.
CAMPUS IN BRIEF
-The Union has been presented with
a large photograph of Neil W. Snow,
'02, who died last January. Mrs. Snow
donated the picture. It is hung in the
lounging room of the Union together
with a framed copy of a poem, written
by Edgar A. Guest, in memory of Mr.
Snow's death.
-Prof. T. M. Iden will lecture on "The
Sermon on the Mount" at the meeting
of the Upper Room Bible Class in the
Bible Chair Building at 7:00 o'clock
tonight.
-The lunion tennis courts are now
being rolled and will soon be in con-
dition. The Union will hold a tennis
tournament some time in May and
plans for the entries will be announced
later.
jThe civil section of the engineering
society will hold election of officers

MA JESTIC0
THIS AFTERNOON
AND TONIGHT
The Musical Farce
"GOING UP"
25 - People - 25
and
11R. and rIRS. VERNON CASTLE
Lessons in Modern Dancing
Tango, Maxixe, Castle Walk, etc.
WANTED-SALESMEN
Profitable Vacation Employment for
Students selling guaranteed household
articles. Last season students made from
$27.00 to $40.oo a week. Secure your ter-
ritory now.
NATIONAL CO. 4th St., Newark N.J.
Matinees f LPrices
Wed, and Garrick S0c, 75, $1,
Saturday E $1.50, $2
DETROIT
E.H. SOUTHERN
in REPERTOIRE

Ensemble of 60

Prices, $2,00, $1.50, $1.00, 175c, 50c.

andfjref ly
Book and Lyrics by Otto Hauerbach. Musi
Direct from its Record-breaking Sucooess at the New York Ca

There is a shop,
Proprietor " Pop;
Serves things to eat
Both good and sw4eetI
Wil treat you right
Morn, noon and night

" POP'' I
722 P
Cigars, Ciga
Stationary, C

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Comae,

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Augmented Or

Madn Street

Oxfords .for Spring,
Our Stock of Oxfords is now
COMPLETE
LADIES' and M ENS'
,.OXFORDS
IN LEATHER AND RUBBER SOLES FROM
$3.50 to $6.00
- See the New Ot#tIng Pumps -
WA H R'S Shoe Store main s

Episcopal Theological School
CAMBRIDGE, MASS.
The location offers unusual opportunity
for graduate work at Harvard Universi-
ty. For catalogue address Dean Hodges.
this morning in the society rooms. The
polls will be open from 9:00 until
12:00 o'clock this morning.
-Two more Chinese will enter thie
University next fall. They are Y. C.
Chen and Y. T. Liang, both govern-
went students from Manchuria. They
are at present registered in the Ann
Arbor high school.
-The engineering shops yesterday
completed the construction of a wood
testing machine to be used in the lab-
oratory of the forestry department.
The machine is the original design of
the forestry faculty. It will be one of
the articles of the forestrydepartment
on display at the engineering exhibit
this spring.
-The old power house, sitiuated in the
middle of the campus, which has re-
cently been used for a paint shop, is
undergoing reconstruction for use as a
fire station. The house will be equip-
ped with a fire nose and two reels of
hose.
-The senior medics will make a new
selection of canes at a class meeting
to be held this noon in the medical am-
phitheater.
-The preliminary hearing of Roland
Becks, charged with selling liquor to
students will be resumed in Justice
W. G. Doty's court this afternoon at
2:00 o'clock following a continuance-
over from Tuesday.
-A few tickets still remain for the
weekly Union dance tonight, and may
be obtained at the desk. The chaper-
ones for the dance will be Mr. Alton
L. Miller, of the mathematics depart-
ment, and Mrs. Miller, and Mr. Otto C.
Marckwardt, of the rhetoric depart-
ment, and Mrs. Marckwardt.
-The university botanical gardens
will be improved by Mr. A. J. Pieters
of the botany department in accord-
ance with plans which he has devised
sincehis recent inspection tour in
Washington, D. C.
--The Cryptogamic Herhanium, comn-
prising specimens from nearly half of
the plant kingdom has been entirely
remounted on new sheets and the en-
tire collection is again ready for use
by the students in the department.

BAlG throw in the tobacco
world that has opened
the eyes of pipe smokers.
Velvet-the selected middle
leaf tobacco-two years of
warehouse aging-exchanging
harshness for mildness-maturng
--mellowing. The development
of the good flavor and the smooth.
ness, minus the ingredient that
" bites ! " It takes all of two years
to do it!t Are you ready for it?
At all dealers-" Velvet"

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Two'
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ounce

, A

ODERN REPAIR SHOP
shop on the way
down town.
Washington Street

George Bischoff

Frlorist
Chapin Sireet Phone 809-I
Choice cut flowers and plants.

1220

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Telephone Cadillac 4524

Are Now Ready

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Tailor for Men
Make Your Spring Suit. British Woolens
$35. to $600

r Setiors of ll Classes
We have on hand a large stock of
excellent gowns made of black henri-
etta, suitable for both men and women.
The caps are of broadcloth with stiff
rubber -band crowns for men, and
stiff card - board crowns for women.
Delivery is guaranteed when needed as outfits can
be shipped from NewYork or Chicago without delay.
vna are priced from $3.35 to $12.00
Caps from $1.00 to $2.50
Itntal chares for otztfits complete
for the season are $2.00

194 West Irort Street

You will appreciate

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Stop the Cre.4
The New P1 a.ce
Ice Cream :: Candy Light Lun
We make our own candy
302 S. Main St. Near Lit

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

li Student's Supply

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Only live ploce for student war ts---a..nd then some.
Morse's aand Gilbert's CANDIES.

;x .Co.

WAGNER
Importing
Tailors

(D CO.
State
Street

Sporting Goods s.nd Cigars.

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