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THE MICH'

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You lose if you
miss the big

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'CLEANmUP SALE

OF BROKEN SIZES AT

".Purfield's"

SEE WINDOW
FOR PRICES

119 South Main

Street

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PaUace of Sweets
Down Town
LET
TK BEY
Fuirnish the Ice Cr.eam
Attenstion to Fraternities
and Sororities
ON MAIN STREET

PRIZES OFFERED FOR ESSAYS"
2000 to be Given for Papers on
Economic Subjects.
Prizes amounting to $2,000 for es-
says on economic subjects are offered
by Messrs. Hart Shaffner and Marx of
Chicago for 1914. This is the tenth year
that similar prizes have been offered
by the -firm and, during that time only-
one Michigan man has been a prize
winner.
Harlow S. Person, '99, now a profes-
sor of business administration at Dart-
mouth, wrote a winning essay while
in the University. The majority of
prizes have been won by men from
small colleges.
Essays for the 1914 offer should be
sent to J. Laurence Laughin at the
University of Chicago before June 1,
1914. Pamphlets describing the con-
test and offering possible subjects may
be obtained from Prof. Henry C. Ad-
ams, who is one of the judges.
WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION TO
HOLD ITS ANNUAL BANQUET'
Michigan Women from All Over State'
to Gather in Detroit
Today.
Several women have been unable to
secure tickets for the annual banquet
of the Association of Michigan Women
to be held in Detroit this noon at Ho-
tel Cadillac, all table seats having
been sold. As all women interested
in the university, whether students,
alumnae or outsiders are invited,
there was a steady demand for tickets
all week. This year the sale was con-
ducted from Detroit in order to insure
a larger state representation.
At a general meeting after the din-
ner an open discussion of women activ-
ities on the campus will take place. It
is expected that some definite plan for
residential halls for women at the
university will be outlined.
RAISE FUNDS TO FURNISH
ROOM IN NEWBERRY HALL.

ANNOUNCE CLASS
TRACK SCHEDULE
Announcement of the schedule for
the interclass relay contests was made
yesterday by Coach Prentis G. Doug-
lass, who has been entrusted by the ath-
letic association with tlie management
of all interclass sports. The first rac-
es will be run off tonight, the losers
being eliminated from further compe-
tition, and the winners qualifying to
run in the second round of the series.
All class teams have held their try-
outs and have picked their quartet. No
record-breaking times have been mark-
ed up for the journey twice around
the running track, by any of the class
athletes, with the single exception of
Baier's time of 27.4.
As many of the possible candi-
dates for the underclass teams in the
literary and engineering departments
will be entered in Saturday's meet,
the relay contests for that date are
among the seniors and juniors. - The
schedule is as follows:
March 1. (1)-'13 Lit. vs. '14 Lit.; (2)
-'13 Eng. vs. '14 Eng.
March 5. (3)-'15 Lit. vs '16 Lit.; (4)-
'15 Law vs. '14 Law.
March 8. (5)-Winners (1) vs. winners
(3); (6)-'16 Eng. vs. '15 Eng.
March 12. (7)--'16 Med. vs. '15 Med.;
(8)-Winners (2) vs. winners (5);

EASTER CLOTHI
For Men, Young Men and Boys

At this season-when good clothes take on new importance-
we make unusual efforts to provide for every requirement, and
our display is more comprehensive than ever.
Young Men's Suits, either In staple models or the new Eng-
Ifsh' effects, coats 30 to 32 inches long, two or three buttoned,
flat or soft roll lapels, beautifully tailored, are now being shown
by us.
AE Inspection of our SPRING CLOTHING will convince you of
the up-to-dateness of our Clothing Department.
J.*F.' WUIRT1H CO.

HEADQUARTERS FOR GQOD DRESSERS

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Hayley's Milliacl

An up-to date showing c
Fall Millinery at popul-
prices. Hair Goods
E. E. HALEY, 204 E. Liberty Stra

specialty.

Bell Phone 1390-J

J LAWS BANQUET MARCH 14.

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m -rm'tre a -prem' ae. mada Y aypewriter, al i rental
I will meet or beat any price made on a typewriter, sale or rental.

D. F. WOODWARD
avings BanKi Bldg. Seoud Floor

Ann Arbor, Mich.

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0h Ch bb Souse
209 South State Street

(9)-'19 Law vs. Dent.
March 15. (10)-Winners (4) vs.
ners (9).
March 17. (11)-Winners (6) vs.
ners (7).
March 19. (12)-Winners (8) vs.
ners (10).

win-
win-
win-

Gives Clean, Wholesome Board at

$4.00 per Week.
Water.

Safe Drinking

C. C. Freemam.zI, Proprietor

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"At

Home" Parties Realize $125, Which
With Other Gifts Will be
Sufficient. '

tRY! There's less than a month
to order your

E ASToER SUIT
$18 to $90

VARSITY TOGGERY SHOP,
"KAHN-MADE" CLOTHES
'erlection in Candy Making
reached only in the choice new packages of LIGGETT BRAND of
ocolates.
[t uas been aptly said of thew, '-A taste and you want more." Lig-
tt' Chocolat-s art smooth, delicious, pure, delicately flavored and
lightfully assorted, filling every requirement of a high grade confee-
n. New fresh goods, guaranteed in perfect condition have just ar-
ed and we urge you to come in and examine the line,
80c andZ 81.00 per pound. Bold only at
THE REXALL DR.V STOWE
E C. EDSILL, Pe opriefor
2 So. Mai. StreetPsresript#n. SpIea.dt,
SM MNS

About $125 was realized from the "at
home" parties held yesterday after-
noon to raise funds for the rest room
at Newberry hall. This with the gifts
of Mortar Board and Wyvern will make
the total fund nearly $200, insuring the
immediate furnishing of the room.
At the home of Mrs. A. E. Jennings
$35 was collected and about 125 wom-
en were present. This was the largest
meeting of the five. There were 90
women at each of the other parties. At
Mrs. Junius Beal's home $18 was col-
lected, $25 at Mrs. Wm. Henderson's,
$20.50 at Mrs. Raleigh Nelson's, and
about $25 at Mrs. A. L. French's.
Lounging couches, screens and
heavy chairs will be purchased imme-
diately to furnish the present reading
room for this new department. The
library will probably be moved to one
of the rooms on the upper floor.
The Women's League postponed
their meeting to assist in, the matter
and the tea room at Newberry was
closed for the afternoon.
ENGINEERS WILL MAKE TRIP
O INSPECTION IN SPRING.
Annual Journey to Visit Eastern
Plants Has Been
Planned.
Mechanical engineering students
will journey eastward during spring
vacation, on their annual inspection
trip. Prof S. J. Zowski and Mr. H. R.
Lloyd will have charge of the junket
which will include Cleveland, Youngs-
town, Pittsburgh, Washington, Phila-
delph ia, New York, Boston and Niag-
ara Falls. Just what plants; Vl be
visited at each stV, s nqt eAnitely
known as yet. Full details will be
compieted wW i twA or three weeks.
'ie ty wIll leave either Thurs-
day night, April 3, or Friday mornig,
ApPil 4, and will retuTA on 4TueV,
April 1 . It is estimated that the total
expense 9-tle trip wlj ot be over
$60, as the $ rijp is patte ly the same
as theA jUrey taken last year, anx
tIa4 amount cpverec all items..

Finals-Winners (11) vs. winners(12).
It will be necessary for the manag-
ers to provide their men with contest-
ants tickets if they are scheduled to
run on the nights of the track meets.
These tickets can be secured from
Coach Douglass.
CONTRIBUTIONS SMALL FOR'
WEDEMEYER MEMORIAL FUND
Four $00 Gifts Have Been Received;
Many Small Donations From
Outside the State.
Only $600 toward the $3,000 desired
has been raised by the committee in
charge of the W. W. Wedemeyer schol-
arship fund. "'Frank C. Cole, treasurer
of the committee which the Washtenaw
county bar association appointed for
the purpose, reports that four $100
subscriptions have been received from
1. C. Cobley of Aurora, Illinois, Ex-
Congressman Parker of New Jersey,
Senator Wm. Alden Smith of Michigan
and Regent Hanchett of the Universi-
ty. The rest of the sum has been in
the shape of small subscriptions most
of which have been received from out-
side the state. V. E. Van Ameringen,
chairman of the committee, stated that
the balance of the fund is desired as
soon as possible and urges that alumni
and others contribute to swell the to-
tal up to the desired amount.
LIT HOCKEY TEA1t LENDS
LAWS MEN AND THEN WINS.
With two of its own number playing
on the side of the laws the lit hockey
team took the barristers into camp
yesterday afternoon by the score of
6 to 3. Only four members of the
law team showed up for the game, and
the lits lent them two men. Tihe game
was played to avoid a f-feiet' and will
stand as a regular game.
Alumnus, entributes 'to "Everybody's.
FruklIn P. Adams, '99-'00 is the au-
thor of the almanac which is now
running in "Everybody's Magazine"
from month to montlb.,
Year 1O1k Editors Meet Today.
There will be a meeting of the asso-
ciate editors of the Micilganenslan
In the Press buildtng at 9:00 o'clock
this morning. The meeting has been
called to compile the list of the names
Sthe ,0W ,seniors, who will be pictured
in the year book.

Professors Bogel and Holbrook to be
Among Speakers.
Arrangements have been completed{
for the annual Junior law banquet
which will be held Friday evening,
March 14 at the Allenel hotel.
Regent Wm. A. Comstock of Alpena
will be the only out of town speaker,
but Professors T. A. Bogel and Evans
Holbrook of the law faculty will also
give addresses. Harry Lippincott and
F. S. Stephan are the members of the
class who have been chosen to speak
at the banquet. Frank Murphy will
act as toastmaster.
The number of tickets for the banquet
will be limited to 150 and they will go
on sale Monday, March 3.
Fresh Lits Hold Dance at The Union.
Fresh lits gave the third dance o?
the year at the Union last night. Al
admissions were disposed of before
the dance. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Weir
and Mr. and Mrs C. J. Coe were the
chaperdnes.
COSMOPOLITAN CLUB TO STAGE
MONTHLY PROGRAM TONIGHT
An Elaborate Entertainment Consist.
ing of an Illustrated Lecture,
and Music Arranged.
The fourth of the "National Nights"
given under the auspices of the Cos-
mopolitan club will be held in New-
berry hall this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
The entertainment will be staged by
the ,South American members of the
club.
Professor Edward R. Turner of the
history department will speak on the
"Relation between North and South
America" and the problems of the op-
ening of the Panama canal and Mexi-
can immigration will be especially
treated.
An illustrated lecture on the scenic
beauty and general industries of Ar-
gentina, especially the city of Buenos
Aires, will be givenby Marcelino J.
Paz, '13E.
S. Martinez, '13E, and R. Suarez,'
'16E, will furnish some Spanish music,
both vocal and instrumental.
The entertainment will be open to
the public and no charge will be made.
Lits to, Collect Back Dues.
Junior lit class dues will be collect-
ed Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday
from 2:00 to 5:00 o'clock at a table ix
front of the S. L. A. window in Ufi-
versity hall. Letters will be mailed
Saturday to all who are in arrears.
ADS IN THIS COLUMN ARE TO BE
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.
WANTED
Wanted--Men representatives to begin
July 1. Care of Daily, Box X.
101-2-3-4

Changed by wearer
periodically, it keeps
level till allwon out.
Prevents "running
over"-slipping and
strain on ankles. .\-
Can't work loose.

Bem nacbs
jIDouble/-Wear
£5Rubber Heel
Is stretched over a key-plate in changi
Hence must be of, finest soft cushion-i
rubber. Inferior rubber will not stretch. C
wears two pairs of common rubber heels.
a No Holes-No Na
Won't deposit filth on1
v' a6 .r rugs or harm the high
y A't9 polished floor. For all-arou
comfort and economy,.i
Sfitted out now-
"While You Wait"
JOHN Hl LAMBERT
FIRST CLASS
SHOE REPAIRING
613 E. William Street

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Wanted-Student representatives.Goc
pay. G. C. Maedel, 619 Liberty E
Wanted-Several young ladies of goc
appearance for the summer. For i
formation address 12 Michigan Da
ly. 101-2-3
LOST.

SINIMOKN$ 4" R vES

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KID GLOVES
FOR THE PARTICULAR LADY
in a variety of shades.
Also the long, white,
dress glove. Very
light and dressy. Toe
nett timf you bey, try
a pair.

They all like it. Take her a be
this week end. Martha Washingto
Candy at University Pharmacy. Sa
We are never undersold. Goodyea
drug Store.. 2
GREAT REMOVAL SALE?
At the Palais Royal, 209 E. Libert;
U. of M. Pennants and Pillows at coE
for two weeks, as we. remove to 304 1
Main April 1. 100-1(

Lost-Choral Union ticket No.
tion 5, in University Hall.
call 904-J 2R.

85, 9
Fin

For Sale By

SCHROE N BROS

The best guitar or mandolin fo
to buy is made by the world's :
Martin factory. See and try
beautiful instruments at .Scha
and Son's Music House.

1000

124 S. Main trqQ*

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BIG REDUCTION SALE on all Winter Suits and Overcoats

and Sweater Vests t 20 p l. 4seount,
All c010Te4 sirt s including the world famous Manhattan and Eclips Shirts

Mens Single Trousers 20 pct. o

$1.00 Shirt at $ .85 $2.00 Shirt at $1.65
$1.60 " " $1.20 $2.50 " "$1.85
$3.00 Shirt at $2.25

IN

at 35c or 3 for $1,00.

Reule, Conlin, Fiegel

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