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February 23, 1913 - Image 4

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DETROIT
FRATERNITY JEWELERS AND sTATIoNERS.

MY LES Announcement

$5.00
to
$6.50

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A New Bunch

Black

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F. A. MYLES, 607 E. Williams St.

The 1T1IFANY9" Pipe
"All that the name implies"
DAVIS Qn KONOLD, Agts. 701 Packard

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WEDNESDAY MATINEE

GARRICK

STARTING MON. Feb. 25
Nights and Saturday, Mat.
25C to $1.50

25c to $1.00

of this popular English Last. The
detail on this shoe 14complete.
1UR BIGGEST SELLER

Wagner o Co.
State Street
ifgn of th Big White Shoo

START ACTION TO BRING BACK
BAND CONCERTS.
(Continued from page 1.)
were not confined to the campus but
spread throughout the city, inasmuch
as the evening entertainments have
been the source of enjoyment to the
townspeople. Fully 1,000 people have
assembled on the campus while, the
concerts were being given, a large
portion of whom were resi-
dents of Ann Arbor not connected with
the university.

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GEORGE BISCHOFF.
I... Florist ... Ij

ORDERS TAKEN FOR BANQUETS
Open Sundays

Forest Ave.

Phone 1238-J.

CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND PLANTS
228 Chapin St. Both Phones

INTERCOLLEGIATE,
HONORS DENIS
A telegram received at the office of
the athletic association last evening
announces the election of Varsity
Track Manager Don Denison to the po-
sition of vice-president of the Eastern
Intercollegiate Athletic association.
Denison was in attendance at the meet-
ing of the association held yesterday
in New York city.
With the news of Denison's el tion
came the announcement~ th this
year's Intercollegiate will be taged at
Harvard on May 30 and 31. he admis-
sion to membership of th University
of California was also reported as a
matter of interest to Michigan track
supporters.
The interest attaching itself to the
admission of California to the Eastern
Intercolligate association lies in the
fact that California has been hivited
to stop off at Ann Arbor on the way
to the eastern event and use Ferry
field to limber up her athletes on the
long jaunt across the continent. Chanc-
es that some sort of competition be-
tween the Michigan and California
athletes on theeday before the men de-
part for the east seem more favorable
than before California's admission, ac-
cording to those who are in touch with
the situation.
NOTED MONTREAL PREACHER
TO SPEAK HERE TODAY.

Lydia Dixon
A lice Gale
Frances Nelson
Geralline Bergh
Rose Bender
Harry McAuliffe

Bratton Kennedy.
John J. Mecowan
Richard Melchien
Siegfried Schulz
Chas. 'White,

THE NOTABLE CAST INCLUDES
Thom as A. wise

D E T R 0 1 T

THESILERWEDDING,
By Edward Locke, author of "The Case of Becky," "The Climax," eta.
An Original Atmospheric Play, with
1000 LAVGHS
And a Few Tears

H. H. FRAZEE'S
Production of the Newest Comedy Success

Special Attention Paid to Ann Arbor Orders

All The Newest Silks

Next Week-,"THE BUTTERFLY

On
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At this store you will always find what is newest and best in silks. We carry a large and varied
assortment of both plain and fancy silks. This fact assures you of a much greater variety and better
value than any of the smaller stores can possibly offeryou.
Write for samples and order by mail. We prepay all charges and guarantee satisfaction or
refund your money. By writing for samples you can verify for yourself the statement that we make
that we sell a better grade of silks at a much lower price than the great majority of the stores.
NEW FOULARDS at 85c A YARD

ARRIVED

The Royal

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Tailors Samples

FOR. SPRING

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We have received a shipment of new foulards in a great variety of,
colors and neat patterns. Write for samples of these beautiful silks and
after you have examined them you will say that they should have been
marked at least $i.oo a yard. Remember also that they are "shower
proof silks."

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CHBENW
SILKS-

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PLAIN SILKS.

ALL PRICES

A complete line of the palin silks from the cheapest to the
Messalines,.china silks, taffeta silks, chian silks and many others.

finest.
You'll

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not find greater values, better merchandise or larger assortments in any
other store in Central Michigan. If there is anything that you need in
silks, write to us. We will send it to you promptly all charges prepaid.

Reverend Hubert Symonds, Dean of
Christ's Church Cathedral, Montreal,
will deliver two sermons today in St.
Andrew's Episcopal church, at 10:30
a. m. ,and X7:45. P. m. The subject of
his sermon for the morning lecture has
not been announced, but in the even-
ing he will speak on "Christianity and
Universal Religion."
PRELIMINARY RESULTS ARE
SATISFACTORY
(Continued from page 1.)
the season is well under way, the Wol-
verines should be ably represented in
every indoor event.
The summaries follow:
Shot put-Cole, first, distance 38 feet
7 1-2 inches; Phelps, second, 34 feet
4 inches; Quail, third, 32 feet 10 1-2
inches.
Thirty-five Yard Dash-D. H. Cohn,
Seward, H. L. Smith and C. B. Smith
qualified for the finals. Finals-Sew-
ard first, H. L. Smith second, C. B.
Smith third. Time 4 1-5 seconds.
Forty Yard High Hurdles-McNabb,
Green, Armstrong and Nye qualified.
Finals-Armstrong first, Green second,
McNabb third. Time 5 4-5 seconds.
Forty Yard Low Hurdles-E.g. Cohn,
Kloffer, White and Pan qualified for
the finals.' Finals-E. S. Kohn first,
White second, Pan third. Time-5 2-5
seconds.
Four Hundred Forty Yard Dash-C.
B. Smith first, Baier second, Lyttle
third. Time-54 2-5 seconds.
Eight Hundred Eighty Yard Run-
Carver first, Jansen second, Murphy
third. Time 2 minutes 3 2-5,seconds.
Mile Run-Brown first, C. M. Smith
second, Lynch third. Time 4 minutes
40 3-5 seconds.
Pole Vault-Cook and Cross tied for
first, Van Kammen third. Height 11
feet.
High Jump-W. H. White first, Per-
kins second, Pennie and Cook tied for
third. Height 5 feet 11 inches.

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Marx

DON'T FAIL TO SEE THEM
SUITS,$16.00 to.$35.00
EVERY PATTERN GUARANTEED ALL WOOL
The Campus Bootery
308 South State Street

Hart, Schaffner

BE WISE

Suits for Spring
Are HER E

Mail Order Department
We have one of the largest and best equipped mail order departments of any store in Central
1ichigan. PROMPTNESS AND. PERFECT SATISFACTION are two things we have always kept
n mind and to these two things we attribute the success and popularity of our mail order department,

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etW#NAPPCo

Clothing Store
217 South Main

Charges Prepaid. Satisfaction Cuaranteed or Money Refunded

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The Best

Ever on the
Market, at

9c

Cloth Bound
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