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Record Smashers

S This is your "Cae" to come in and order some Spring
Clothes. Q There is no time like the present and there is no
present like a New Suit for you to buy for yourFelf. Q We
know all the "Points" of making Clothes that fit and want to
convince you of the fact by making your next suit. (L We will
appreciate a call. iL' The Well Groomed Men" of today all
claim that "'Tke Record Smaslwr" for Fine Tailoring is

J. Karl Malcolm,

604 East
Liberty St.

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In Large .Units

Dr. James Fleming Breakey, M'94,
for the past five years health officer
of the.city of Ann Arbor, resigned from
his position Monday to look after his
private practice. At the same time
Dr. John A. Wessinger was appointed
to perform the duties of, the vacated
Dr. Breakey is assistant in derma-
tology in the department of medicine
and surgery and is the son of Dr.
William F. Breakey, professor of der-
matology and syphilology in the med-
ical department. Dr. Breakey during
his five years of service at the head
of the city health department perform-
ed the duties, as the mayor said in
commenting on his resignation, "with-
out fear or favor." Several times the
prompt and vigorous measures of the
health officer were the only means that
prevented serious outbreaks of conta-
gious disease, once at least when such
an outbreak seemed inEvitable.
"Dr. Breakey has been an excellent
health officer," said the mayor yes-
terday, "and I was sorry to receive
his resignation. I am sure, however,
that he will have an able successor in
Dr. Wessinger."
Women to Stage Basketball Games.
A double-header basketball game
will be played this afternoon in Bar-
bour gym at 4:30 o'clock. The women
of the senior team will compete
against the juniors awhile the sophs
will play the freshmen women. The
game will be free to all women.
Production Formerly Given in Evening
1 i be Staged on Afternoon
of April 3.
Junior women will present their an-
nual play on the afternon of April 3,
at 4:00 o'clock in Sarah Caswell An-
gell hall preceding the joint banquet
of the collegiate alumnae and univer-
sity women. This is a departure from
past custom, as the play has usually
been given in the evening. This change
was made necessary because in the
past the entertainment after the ban-
quet has been so lengthy that those
living Any great distance from the
city have been seriously handicapped
in getting to their homes.
This year the banquet tables will
be numbered so that several seats or
even an enire table may be reserved.
-Bly this new arrangement It is hoped
that a large delegation from Detroit
may be accommodated.
Sophomore women will, furnish the
decorations and 60 freshman girls
will serve as waitresses. To facili-
tate the work of the alumnae of Ann
Arbor, upon whom the brunt of the
worlk of preparation has fallen at past
banquets, the price of tickets has been
raised to $1.00 as previously announc-

For Fraternity Houses, Boarding
Houses and Restaurants--clean,
economical and efficient. Can
be operated at less than the cost
of coal or wood.


In the first race of the interclass re-
lay series yesterday afternoon, the
first year laws won over the juniors,
registering the creditable time of 1:59.
By mistake the fresh-soph lit relay
was announced for last evening instead
I f yesterday afternoon, and neither
team was present to run it off on the
scheduled time. The match was post-
poned until this afternoon at 4:00
The fresh laws experienced little dif-
ficulty in winning their race as their
first lapper took the lead and the fol-
lowing runners easily maintained it.
Cohn and Haff for the victors cut off
two fast laps, and were mainly respon-
sible for the good average time of the
four.. The following men ran for the
freshmen in the order named: Mc-
Kenzie, Hall, Cohn, and Haff. The de-
feated juniors were represented by
O'Hara, Laird, Hatter, and Eisenhow-
Two classes of mission study will
be held in Newberry hall this after-
noon at 4:00 o'clock. The class study-
ing the Chinese revolution will deal
with the question during the past
two years. The second class "The
Challenge of the Country" will deal
with social problems that the young
woman of today meets in the small
American town. Those expecting to
do Y. W. C. A. work or any other
branch of social activity are urged
to attend.
Fiesh Laws Plan Home Rule Dance
A home rule dance will be given at
the Union by the first year laws,
March 17. Favors will be given out
and Otto Wisner's orchestra will ren-
der the music. Tickets for the party
may be obtained for 75 cents from the
committeemen: H. R. Schradzki, H. H.
Roberts, V. C. Miller, A. E. Bing and
W. 0. Kronner.
Fresh Engineers Elect New President.
Horace M.H1. Corey was elected pres-
ident of the fresh engineer class yes-
terday morning to fill the place of
Merit T. Haag, who entered the medi-
cal department at the beginning of this
Quarantine Prevents Reception.
Tere will be no reception at Mrs.
A. W. Smith's home at 1008 Oakland
Ave. tomorrow afternoon as sched-
uled in the weekly calling list for
women. The home is quarantined be-
cause of measles. The meeting was in
charge of Mrs. A. W. Smith, Mrs. T.
J. C. Diekhoff and Mrs. A. F. Shull.
The other receptions in this district
will be held as scheduled.
Senior Lits May Procure Canes Today.
The majority of the senior lits have
ordered canes and from present indi-
cations nearly all men of the class
will be carrying them in the spring.
Those who have failed to order their
sticks may do so today at the S. L. A.
window in University hall from 8:00
to 12:00 in the morning and from
1:00 to 5:00 o'clock in the afternoon.
Dr. Breakey's New Honks Damaged.
The new residence of Dr. James F.

Breakey on Baldwin Avenue, was
slightly damaged by fire at an early
hour yesterday morning. The blaze
was extinguished by the fire depart-
ment. The ,damage was covered by
Senior Engineers Dance Friday Night,
Seniors of the engineering depart-
ment will dance at the Michigan Un-
ion tomorrow night. The chaperones
for the party are Prof. and Mrs. E. D.
Rich and Mr. and Mrs. H. F. French.
Tickets may be obtained from the com-
mittee in charge for $1.00.

Perfection in CRandy Making
is reached only in the choice new packages u' '.LGGETT BRAND of
It has been aptly said of them. "A taste and you want more." Lig-
gett's Chocolates are smooth, delicious, pure, delicately flavored and
delightfully assorted, filling every rcquiremert of a high grade confec-
tion. New fresh goods, guaranteed in perfect coy diticn have just ar-
rived and we urge you to come in and examine the line.
SOc a d $1.00 prU pourid. Sold ooly o
E. C. EDSILL. Pr opriefer
122 So. Malo Street Precrtptxozn Specialsfaj

Jcwclers, Statioaers, Opticians and 1~raternity J welers

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A finishing course In the best
liked sweets-in the sampler you
find them all.


There's a Reason Why
You Should

Eat at Painter's


709 North University Ave.
112 W. Huron St.


lil T U E N TS



Regular Meals 25c
Commutation Tickets
Good in Both Places
If You Don't Get Enough
Say So

324 South State Street

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Give us a chance to prove it.

rayFe stivA
Four Days-.-Five Concerts- -Hill Auditorium

Rappold, Schumann
Heink, Hinkle, Wirthlin,
Murphy Amato, G r I s
wld, Scott.
University Choral Union
Children's Chorus
Thoman Orchestra
An All !Star Cast

Reserved Seat Sale begin
Saturday, Mar. 8, 8 A. M
University School of Music
First Choice, $3.5(
Announcements will be sen
to any of your out - of - tows
friends if you will send thei
names to the office.




See Us when you want something fine in Danoe
and Banquet Programs.

Stamting To ri ig ht

Another of those Great
Vaudeville Shows that
will be the Talk o the

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of. W. G. Stoner, Recent T
s in City Administratior
I Standpoint.
e datestand hours of the
not yet been arranged.
Roth Submits Two Forest
to bills drawn by Prof.
( of the forestry departmei
itted to the state legislate

General arrangements are in the
hands of the following committee:
Develop- general chairman, Louise Conklin, '13;
n From .class representatives: Aimy Bodin, '13;
Grace McDonald, '14; Dorothy Alden,
lectures '15; Kathleen Holmes, '16; treasurer,
Ruby Severence; collegiate alumnae,
Mrs. J. Cumming, Dean Myra B. Jor-
try Bilsdan and Mrs. Robert Haidner.
Dr. James B. Angell and Pres. Harry
Filibert S. Hutchins are to be guests of honor.

Ringling Bros. Sensational Act
The Creat Heras Family
Sensational Daring Acrobats, Defying Danger
in Dangerous Feats of Skill
M AMEPAJackson &9argaret
The Famous Sculptor Refined Sjnging Act
in his Clay Modeling
,l&lt Hod e oweIThe Eminent Star
in a Comedy Skit JosephiKettler C
in the Comedy
C" Rural Substitute"



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Lit-Engineer Club to Dance Tonight,.
A record-breaking crowd is expected
at the dance of the Engineer-Lit Social
club tonight at Granger's academy.
This is the regular monthly party, and
in addition to the season tickets, many
single admissions have ben sold. "Ike"
Fischer and his saxophone quartet
will furnish the music.
Prof. Knowlton Unable to Meet Class.
Prof. J. C. Knowlton, of the law
department has been confined to his
home for the past few days with
an attack of pleurisy, will not meet
his classes this week.

,Browning's Rab-

ast night by mak-
inst Si's score of
eads for the state
by virtue of his

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Robert and Rbrt
A Wondirful Dog and his master in a one act
play, in which the Dog plays a Leading Role,


S Your Spring Hat will be right if it

is chosen

here. Stiff hats in a variety of proportions for different heads and
faces. Soft hats in all the correct shapes and colorings. $2 and $3.

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ED W. GROSS, 23 E. L


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