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TIE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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ORATORICAL CONTESTS WILL t
BE HELD TOMORROW NIGHT.
Interelas. Preliminaries to Determine
Representatives in ijiversity
('omnpetition
Five preliminary class contests will
be held this week to determine the five
entries for the university oratorical
contest Aarch 21, which will decide
Michigan's representation in the
Northern Oratorical League contest
this year.
'Two senior;, two juniors, and one
sophomore will compete in the final
contest, the winner of which will re-
ceive the Chicago Alumni medal and
the Kauffman testimonial of $100.00.
Seccnd place will be awarded another
testUt:flnal ci' $50.00.
At rr ent there are 22 entries for
se clas3 cvcts, ebt. it is possible
that some Yv.ill KThadrawv to enter the
1amilton contest. There are now four
cnicrs, twelve junicrs, and s x sopho-
mores.
Owing to the large number of third
year ientries, there will be two prelim-
inary and a semi-final contest for this
class. The first junior contest will be
held in room B of the law building to-
morrow evening at. 7:30 o'clock, Tues-
day evening the second junior prelimi-
nary will be held, and the semi-final
coutest is set for Saturday, March 1.
The sophomore contest will pe held
1ednesday evening, and the senior
contest Thursday afternoon.
EN1-,r LIT INVITATIONS
T;) BE ON SALE THIS WEEKD,
Coranencement invitations have ar-
rived for the senior lits, and will be
ien out some time this week. Mem-
bers of the class may secure as many
as they desire at 30 cents each, the
only stipulation being that money must
accompany the orders.
At the same time that the
orders 'for the invitations are
received the class tax will be
collected. This is the matter
which is holding up the distribution of
the invitations as the memorial com-
mittee has not reported. A class meet-
ing will be held early this week, at
which time this committee will report,
and action will be taken by the class.
The amount of- the budget will then be
determined, and the exact amount of
thc tax- can be figured.
HISTORY AND MATHEMATICS
TEACHERS ENROLL TOMORROW

RABBI FRANKLIN WILL SPEAK
AT MIC HGAN UION TODAY.
The program at the Union this af-
ternoon will begin as usual promptly
at 3:00 o'clock. Rabbi Leo Franklin
of Detroit as the speaker of the after-
noon will talk on "The Modern Jew
and His Religious Belief." T. W. Shen,
'14E, S. U. Huang, '15E, and Jabin Hsu,
'14, will furnish native Chinese instru-
mental music.
WEEKLY DANCE FEATURES
WASHINGTOYS BIRTHDAY.
The regular weekly dance at the
Union last night was featured by a
number of Washington's Birthday
stunts. No trouble was experienced
with the tango enthusiasts end every-
body seemed satisfied with the Boston
and more ancient styles. The chap-
erones were Prof. and Mrs. C. B. Wag-
ner and Prof. and Mrs. L. H. Doynton.
Women May Submit Music Tomorrow,
All women who have any music for
the second junior girl's play are re-
quested to bring the copy to Barbour
gym tomorrow afternoon at - 4:00
o'clock. The second tryout for the cast
to fill the characters for the. two plays
that are to be given in April will be
held at the same.time.
ADS IN THIS COLUXN ARE TO BE
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.
FOR RENT.
For Rent-If you move-There's a
suite at 832 E. University. Every-
thing modern. Call and see it, or
phone 1h20-L. 97-9b
WANTED
Wanted-Student representatives.Good
pay. G. C. Maedel, 619 Liberty St.
Reward if returned to 702 S. State
St. 96
Martha Washington candy is the
best. Fresh every day at the Univer-
sity Pharmacy. .Sun.
The best guitar or mandolin for you
to buy is made by the world's famed
Martin factory. See and try these
beautiful instruments at Schaeberle
and Son's Music House.
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Open every evening until 9:30. Sun-
days from 9:30 to 12:30, 1:30 to 3:3C
only. Lyndon's kodaks, films, flash-
lights. 719 N. University. Sun&Fri
We are never undersolu. Goodyear
,rug Store. 2 tf
IMAJESTIC I

T HERE are those who will come to you and beg for the
privilege of taking a picture of that group.
HEY have nothing else to do but beg. If they were real
photographers they would be too busy to beg.
S OME even try to make appointments by telephone,
usingmy name.
would be pleased to have anyone who is interested cone-
I pare my poorest negatives with their best.
IFyou just want to see someone burn up his flash powder,
let anyone do it-but if you want a real photographer
to make a real picture
JUST TELL ME WHEN L N D 0
AND WHERE
WITE do more Amateur Developing, Printing, Enlarging and
Lantern Slides than all the others in Ann Arbor put to-
gether, because we do better work more promptly, by the most
modern methods, at the same prices. ioc per roll, any size or
length. Prints, 3c, 4c and 5c. Postals, 5c.

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Down Towi on Man Street
Wed., Feb.26
The Little Minister
A Complete Story in
Three Parts

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Prospective teachers of history and
mathematics are urged to present
themselves at the offices of the ap-
pointment comimttee in Tappan hall
tomorrow afternoon between 1:30 and
3:00 o'clock. Students intending to
teach modern languages will be re-
c'ived on Tuesday afternoon at the
same hours. Applicants for teach-
ing positions in other subjects will
be seen by the committee on days
which will be announced later.
Applicants who have not yet filed
programs of their present university
work with the committee, are 'urged to
call at the offices and secure a blank
for this purpose at once.
THEATICAL CIRCLES

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Lftversitt fII1usiC1 ibouse
Press Build1g Maynard Street
Across frem MaljesIc
Special 1- o1it
And Other
Numbers Featured at the Hop
NE OF OUR - Telephone 716-
ALARM CLOCKS ani vo: v ill get to yo i . sses on tiume
always right and ail clocks guaranteed.' New .ET Aat n S G N T
111 EAST WASHINGTON STRET
J. L. CHAPMAN, Jewekt

Anothel great show comes Monday. 1
really believe it to be the best show In
weeks. Arthur Lane
Royal Hawaiian Troupe
Singers, Dancer., Musicians
10 - Honolulu Natives - 10
'Gorgeous Scenic Spectacle'

3000 FT.
VITACRAPH FILM

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A Strietly Modern Offering of Candy
Favorites in Old Style,
Calkins' Pharmacy,
324 So. STATE St.

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!l tjstie Theater.
A glance at the array of vaudeville
acts for the coming week at the Ma-
jestic theater will convince anyone fa-
miliar with high grade thatricals that
t%,e show that opens Monday night
will be one of the record breakers of
the season. A star attractio.n the cele-
brated Ilawaiin Troupe of Native sing-
ers, dancers and musicians have been
secured and this act wil be a novelty
in every way. They will sing to the
accompaniment of weird music and
beautiful scencry showing a moonlight
ight on the bay of Honolulu. Next
Thursday another musical comedy en-
titled "Frisky France" with a cast of
25 people will be presented.
Episcopal Theological School
CAMBRIDGE, MASS.
The location offers unequalled opror
.tunity for graduate work at Harvard
University. For catalogue address
D1oAN 10) .S.

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CAL STEWART
"Uncle Josh"
Famous Phonograph Record Man
UIGG & NICKERSON
in the Greatest of all Minstrel
Musical Acts
THE LEVOLAS
Sensational Circus Act
Wire. Juggling, Bicycle
MORGAN & THOMPSON
Musical Comedy stars
PATHE WEEKLY
'COMING THURSDAY
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