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March 02, 1913 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1913-03-02

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THE "'ICHIGAN DAILY

FRATERlNITY JEWEES AND ST:ATIONER

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Jewelers, Stationers, Opticians and Fraternity Je welers

Buy your Spring Suit early and get first choice,
Our new Spring Woolens of the coming Season' are
exclusive and will not be duplicated.

$5.00I
to
$6.50

Black

207-211 VvOOD WARD AVENUE, DETROITI

F. A. MYLES:

607 E« Williams St.

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A New Bunch
popular English Last. The
on this shoe is complete.
OUR BIGGEST SELLER

WPa iier Co.
State Street
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ORDERS TAKEN

FOR, BANQUETS

Open Sundays
Forest Ave.

Phone 1238-J

The D. U. R. State Street Waiting Room to in-
stall something new. Watch this space.
DAVIS ft KONOLD, 701 Packard

SOPHL TEAM IS TROUNCED BY
191° ATHLETES.
(ontinued from page 1.)
Cohn (sophomores) qualified for the
semi-finals; Hughes (S) Monetta (F)
C. B. Smith (F) H. L. Smith (F) quali-
fied for the finals. Finals-H. L. Smith
( F) first; C. B. Smith (F) second;
Hughes (S) third: 4 2-5 seconds.
Thirty-five yard low hurdles--McNabb,
Greene and Cohn (all sophomores)
qualified for the finals. Finals-Mc-
Nabb (S) first, Cohn (S) second;
Greene (S) third. 5 3-5 second;
Forty yard high hurdles-Armstrong
(F) Greene (S) McNabb (S) and Cohn
(S) qualified for the finals. Finals-
Greene (S) and Armstrong (F) tied for
first; McNabb (S) third. Time 5 4-5
seconds.
Four hundred forty yard dash--C. B.
Smith (F) first; Gore (F) second; Lyt-
tie (F) third. Time 54 3-5 seconds.
Eight hundred eighty yard run-Tdur-
phy (F) first; Uifer (F) second; Davis
(F) third. Time 2 minutes 6 1-5 sec-
onds.
Mile run-Day (F) first; Lynch (F)
second; Richards (F) third. Time 4
minutes 42 1-5 seconds.
High jump-Pennie (F) and Perkins
(S). tied for first at 5 feet 8 inches;
McCabe (S) and Metcalf (F) tied for
third at 5 feet 7 inches.
Pole vault-Daskan (S)° first, height
10 feet 9 inches; Cross (F) second, ,10
feet, 6 inches; Chatfield (F) and Brush
(F) tied for third, 10 feet.
DIAMOND PLAYERS
GET FIRST LESSON
(ontinued from page 1.)
will assist Rickey with the battery
men for some time. Batting practice
and baseball talk will probably occupy
the first week or so. It N~ probable
that the squad will be swelled during
the next week by men who did not
turn out today and that it will become
one of the largest of years.
Open every evening until 9:30. Sun-
days from 9:30 to 12:30, 1:30 to 3:34
only. Lyndon's, kodaks, films, flash-
lights. 719 N. University. Sun&Fri
MAJESTIIJ
Vaudcvillc Again!I

A short general meeting of the
Deutscher Verein will be held Monday
evening at 7:15 o'clock in their rooms
in University hall.
All men for the boxing and fencing
class of the Fencers club should get
ftheir names in at once to Paul Reig-
hard, 1828-J.
Hockey game between the lit and
science teams Monday at 4:15 p. m..
Jeff ersonian to hold annual cup try-
outs Friday, March 21.
The
State Savings Bank
Wmn I Booth, President Wm. Arnold, Vice-President
C. John Walz, Jr., Cashier

UNIVERSITY NOTICES.

Liberty and Main Sts,
A Most Convenient Place for Your
Banking
Episcopal Theological School
-CAMBRIDGE, MASS.
The location offers unequalled oppor
tunnty for graduate work at Harvard
University. For catalogue address
DEAN HODGES.

We can show you. Bring
iu scour 'film Films de-
veloped 10c per roll.
Prints 3c up.

CALKINS' PHARMACY
324 So. State Street

Send'EniBack Boys"
THIS IS THE PROPOSITION: -Upon receipt of one dollar we will send you, all
charges prepaid, a box of four pairs of " Wunderhose," in either light or medium
weights.Ifahl appears in any one of them within four months, "Send 'Em
Back"1 and get new ones.

Who Does the Best
Kodak Fliishing ?

Lest You, Forget

We carry a full and complete line
of Gym and Track Shoes, both in
Leather and Rubber.

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The Campus Bootery'
ALLMAND & FORSYTHE, Props.
308 South State Street

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IHart,. Schaffner & Marx

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Clothes For Men

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best tailfors to

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found.

These are no machine

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clothes and no inexperienced, would-be
tailors handle them. Come in and see

the latest styles.

Our assortment is

large and we guarantee to fit you

perfectly.

They are absolutely guar-

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Harry Hayward' Co,
in "The Firefly"
Ep is MOORE
The 4a by Trickster
ALIM AN &NEVIN$
Singing Duo
3 BALTUS BROS;
Sensational Acrobats
HALL16A N & SYKES
Musical Comedy Stars
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THEY EXCEL IN
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FINISH,
COMFORT
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w urned H s a eouldl not sell them,.XWe have .
them in all weights, c ra!s, V
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anteed and you take no chances.
SUITS AND OVERCOATS

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$15 AND UP

Lutz Clothing Store

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Asigned guarantee and1 instructions for retiyrnipg, of any prove unsatisfactory,
is enclosed In every boX.,
Isn't that. fair enough ? Remember, $1.00 a box of four ;pair n l hre
prepaid.isadal hre
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17 So. Main Street

We satisfy

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CZNTRAL MICI.RELIABL $TORZ
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Mail Order Service

The House of

Perfect Satisfaction

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CLASS PICTURES at Hoppec's Studio
This week only, 8 x 10 prints---Unmounted 25c; Mounted 30c
Regular Price--Unmounted 40c; Mounted 50c

619 East Liberty
Street.

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