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MICHIGAN DAILY.

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SENATOR PAYS BILL

All

25%
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its and Overcoats

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e balance of the month at 25 % discount. This includes
elo-Bloch Suits and Overcoats in blue, black, brown and
nothing reserved.

Lrndenschmitt, Apfel
& Company

When Senator Weadock, '05L, of
Saginaw, was in the city last week
with the legislative committee investi-
gating the needs of the university, he
found that his financial slate here was
not altogether clear, in spite of the
fact that he had been wandering
around the country with an easy con-
science for eight years since leaving
college. That traditional "book" at
"Tut's Place," which has tided over
many a financial crisis and hungry
sensation for the students of the past,
was the source of the surprise and Mr.
Weadock 1d) not deny that the $16
debt and $3 interest which he found
charged to him there aroused vivid
and convicting; memories within him.
The senator shared his little experi-
enee with one of the law classes to
whom he spoke that morning and
seemed to see a lot of humor in the
incident, although the joke was quite
at his "expense." He admits that he
merely "happened" to drop in and
take a look at the old book, as anyone
might drop in on an old acquaintance.
GAIGE GETS ASSISTANTSHIP
VACATED BY ELLWOOD GRIEST.

25%
OFF

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WORXME TRY TO'COMPLETE
AUDITORIUM FOR FESTIVAL.
A Few Finishing Touches Will Place
New Structure in Readiness
For May Festival.
Painters and decorators are now
swarming over the new Hill Audito-
rium in an effort to have the big build-Z
ing completed in time for the May
Festival. All heavy construction work
is now finished and nearly all the
frameworks have been removed, with
the exception of the giant scaffoldings
extending from the ground floor to
the high vaulted roof. While the tim-
bers remain in place the seats can not
be put in on the main floor, but this is
an operation requiring little time as
all the anchorages have been sunk.
The big pieces of Carthage marble
in the lobby and foyer are all laid, and
the main stairways are completed with
the exception of one or two slabs,
which will be put in place today. The
tiled floor of the lobby and foyer are
only awaiting the finishing touches of
the heavy stone scrapers.
As soon as the decorators and floor
finishers have completed their work
the heavy oak doors will be hung, and
the electroliers put in position. The
wiring is all installed, but as yet the
lights are only temporarily placed in
order to aid the workmen. The heat-
ing plant has been in operation for
more than a month, and the building
is now thoroughly dried out. Accord-
ing to present appearances the build-
ing will easily be .completed in plenty
of time for the big musical festival.
THEA)TRICAL CIRCLES,
Richard Carle Coming.
Richard Carle and Hattie Williams
with a host of pretty girls will come]
to the Whitney theater soon in Charles
Frohman's production of the farce-
with music "The Girl from Montmar-
tre." As an added feature of the at-
traction Mr. Frohman has interpolatedi
J. M. Barrie's laughable satire on the
problem play entitled "A Slice oft
Life," which is played by Carle, Missi
Williams and William Danforth.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES.

THERE are those who will come to you and beg for the
privilege of taking a picture of that group.
THEY have nothing else to do but beg. If they were real
photographers they would be too busy to beg.
SOME even try to make appointments by telephone,
using my name.
would be pleased to have anyone who is interested com-
pare my poorest negatives with their best.
2J you 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
UST TELL ME WHEN L Y N D 0 N
AND WHERE
WXE 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. oc per roll, any size or
length. Prints, 3c, 4c and 5c. Postals, Sc.
Say Fellows, have you tried
"MACp'S Cracker Jack?
Try it at 613 Liberty St.-
Hoppe'slForamer Stars

Every Medical Man Should
Get a
MI CROSCOPE

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Home Made Candy

Light Lunches

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GET IT

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Mr. Frederick Gaige has been ap-
pointed assistant in zoology to fill the
position made vacant by the withdraw-
al from the university of Mr. Ellwood
Griest. Mr. Gaige has had a wide ex-
perience in field work and was a mem-
ber of the expedition sent to Nevada
last summer by the University of Wis-
consin.

make $500.00 before school closes.
Write Sales Manager-Royal Chair
Co., Sturgis, Mich. 99-101-103
LOST.
Lost-Log log slide rule, without run-
ner. Reward. Phone 954-L. 715 S.
12th St. 100-101
Lost-Pair of nose glasses. Return to
Daily office -or call 69-L. 100
During college a student's home is
his room or suite of rooms. Therefore
it is the effort of ever'y student to
make his room as homelike as possi-
ble. Most effectively does he succeed
if he buys his desk, table, chairs at
Martin Haller's, dealer in Furniture;
Rugs, and Draperies. 99-100

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Painter's Restaurant, 709 Nor

University Ave., open for business
Wednesday noon. Regular meals 25
cents. Tickets, $3.50 for $3.00, $1.15
for .$1.00. 100
GREAT REMOVAL SALET
At the Palais Royal, 209 E. Liberty,
U. of M. Pennants and Pillows at cost
for two weeks, as we remove to 304 S.

Main April 1.

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Quarry
They Have a Price

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Lunches

esigns in
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rindwws for displays of the newest creations
-ted and Imperial Four-in-Hands and Bow
aiso have a new assortment of Silk Hose in
ancy Patterns.

& Company
342 S. State Street

WRESTLING TOURNAMENT IS
OPENED WITH FOUR BOUTS.
Elimination Bouts in Each Division
Will e Held Daily at
Gym. +
Ushering in the wrestling season,
bouts were held yesterday afternoon
in the wrestling room of Waterman
gym. One match was staged in each
weight and a single fall counted as a
victory. Bouts will be decided every
afternoon from now on until the com-
petition is narrowed down to a couple
in the separate divisions. The entries
for the tournament closed yesterday.
In the opening bouts Galloway put
Gore's shoulders to the mat for the
verdict and in the 133 pound contest
Crane did the same for Hahnke. Amst-
bucchlier succeeded in winning a fall
from Amarla for the middle-weight de-
cision, and Reimann won a hotly con-
tested fall from Crossman in the
heavy-weight class.
Dr. May has put up handsome loving
cups to be given to the different weight
winners. The entries:
Light weight-below 133 lbs. J.Ham-
ill, I. H. Gore, H. Yellen, C. Kendrick,
B. E. Champ, A. K. Galloway, E. traub,
P. Lewis, E. Demmon, T. Doyle, V.
Bonilla; welter-weight-below 145
lbs. H-. It. Crane, H. H. Smedley, A.1
Roth, H. P. Hayden, E. Hahnke, H.
Caswell, K. Tonouchi, G. Bourquin;,
middle-weight-below 158 lbs. R.
Amarla, T. Amtsbuechler, M. E. Mills,1
M. J. Shear, F. Harris, W. A. Patont
L. F. Voorhees, L. Bleisch, G.A.Grabe;
heavy-weight-above 158 lbs. W.Cross-
man, L. Reimann, H. Diehl, J. Thors,
F. D. Quail, H. W. Lightner, W. L.
Cochrane, J. K. Norton, W. W. Watson,
F. B. Martin, G. Gill.
Two Sections Are Formed in Fine Arts
Owing to an increase in his class,
Prof;Herbert R. Cross has divided his
lecture into two sections. A reportI
that he had changed his lecture room
to accommodate the large class is un-
founded.

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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ding Maynard Street
Across from. Majestic
y you with New York's latest operatic hits

Last year's 1913 lit basketball team
meet at Randall and Packs at 12:30
today for picture.
Matches 6 and 7 of basketball series
changed from Thursday, February 27
to Friday, February 28, owing to gym
classes.
Junior Girls section Deutscher Ver-
,iin meets tonight at 7:00 o'clock.
Junior engineer relay tryouts 4:30
to 5:00 today.
Meeting of Chess and Checkers club
tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the Union-
Oratorical association at 5:00 o'clock
in room 302 N. W. Board meeting fol-
lowing.
All senior lit tryouts for relay race
report to Coach Douglas at Waterman
gym, 4:00 p. m. today.
Gargoyle combined staff dinner at
Michigan Union at 6:00 p. m.
Gargoyle business staff meeting 5:00
p. mn.
All senior engineers not having or-
dered their invitations do so Friday
from 10:00 to 12:00 o'clock and 1:00
to 5:00 o'clock in the engineering so-
ciety room.
Senior engineer basketball game to-
night. Players please report at 6:30
at gym.
Tryouts for Women's League plays
in :Barbour gym, today at 3:00 o'clock.
There will be a smoker meeting of
the Dixie club Thursday evening, Feb-
ruary 27, at 7:00 p. in., at the Michi-
gan Union.
Soph-lit dinner at Union Thursday,
February 27, 6:00 p. in.
ADS IN THIS COLUMN ARE TO BE
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.

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

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3000 FT.
VITACRAPH FILM

are never undersola. Goodyear
Store. 2 tf

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

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Don't take

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chances on your

LAIDY OF THE SLIPPER
OH! OH! . ELPHINE
Gibson Mandolins and Guitars

Hat or.Cap

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Telephone 71 6-
CLOCKS and you will get to yo it classes on time
;ht and all clocks guaranteed. New location.
111 EAST WASHINGTON STREET
L. CHAPMAN, Jeweler-

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Get the Best
at Wadhams & Co'

Fresh Lits Plan More Social Functions
Fresh lits have found dancing so
popular that several are being plan-
ned for the near future. A dinner
dance and a combination dance with
the fresh engineers have been sug-
gested but not definitely decided upon.
Tickets for the dance at the Union
Friday night are nearly exhausted,
They are limited to 90.

WANTED

Art Store
nd Framing
Street

Reasonable Prices-
Prompt Service and
Good Workmanship.

Wanted-Student representatives.Good
pay. G; C. Maedel, 619 Liberty St.
Wanted-One or more live men to so-
licit for most widely advertised Easy
Chairs in the country. If you are
working your way through and have
spare time, you should be able to

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