TTHE MICHIGAN DAILY.
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-TO OPEN REST ROOM NEXT WEEK.
ter Su its
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We have our entire line of STEIN BLOCH Suits and
Overcoats on display and would be pleased to show you
ring Models prices $18.00 to $35.00.
All the new shapes, soft and stiff.
worth of lost articles are found
through the lost columns of
newspapers in the United
TRY A TWO-BIT ADLET
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ADS IN THIS COLUMN ARE TO BE
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.
i mitt, Apfcl & Company
bal Man Should
O S C OPE.
March 11.-Fresh engineer dance at the
Union, 8:30 o'clock.
March 11.-Soph engineer dinner at
March 12.-Junior lit dinner.
March 13.-Membership dinner at the
March 14.-Junior engineer dance a#
March 15.--Membership dance at the
Hear the Midnight Sons' Quartet at
the Varsity Glee and Mandolin clubs'
concert tonight, 8:15, University hall.
Seats 25 cents; a few 50 cents.
TUTT LE' S
Wanted-By two students, pianist and
violinist, position playing at meals
for board. ,Address 1132 Washte-
naw. Phone 1576-J. 105-107
Wanted-Carpeted, unfurnished room
by sophomore for all residence. Ad-
dress Pannell's, 408 Hill St. 107-9
Lost-A blue enameled pin. Re-
turn to 715 S. 12th St., Phone 954-L.
Lost-Will the gentleman who picked
up tobacco pouch near Freeman's
boarding house Thursday morning,
call Bensley, 294-L. 108
Lost-Will the person who got the
wrong overcoat from the University
Library Tuesday afternoon, please
call at 706 S. Thayer St. between
6:00 and 10:00 p. m. and exchange
Lost-A diamond between Thompson
street and campus. Will finder
please return to 412 Thompson St.
Lost--Open face Elgin watch with S.
E. B. on back. Sentiment attached
to it call for greater reward than the
watch is worth. S. U. Inn, 1114 S.
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. tf
New Addition to Newberry Hall Is For
Use of All Women.
The new rest room in Newberry hall
will be opened next week accordig
to the present plans of the Women's
league. The room will be in the apart-
ment now used as the reading room,
the latter will be transferred to anoth-
er part of the building. The new rest
room is being fitted out with lounging
chairs, divans, window seats, and
screens for the use of all women of the
campus as a general resting place.
Recent "at home" parties netted ap-
proximately $200 which make this new
department a possiblity.
MACHINES NEARLY COMPLETE
FOR FORESTRY LABORATORY
Two of the machines for testing the
bending and shearing strength of dif-
ferent timbers, which will be used in
the new forestry technology labora-
tory, are rapidly nearing completion
in the engineering shops. A third ma-
chine for making compression and
tension tests is being constructed by
the Riehle Machine Manufacturing Co.,
of Philadelphia. This machine, which
will be shipped in a few weeks, will
be capable of exdrting a force of
"BILL" EDMUNDS TO COACH
AT WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY
"Bill" Edmunds, former varsity
tackle, has been signed to coach the
football, baseball, basketball and track
teams at Washington University, St.
Louis. Last fall, Edmunds was foot-
ball coach at West Virginia. In his
new capacity, Edmunds will be a suc-
cessor to Francis Cayou, a former Car-
Prof. White Returns Today.
Prof. Alfred H. White, of the chem-
ical engineering department, who was
called to Chicago last week by the
death of his mother, will return to-
ENGINEERS MAKE PLANS
FOR ANNUAL TRIP EAST.
Of the 30 men who attended the
meeting yesterday afternoon, called by
Prof. S. J. Zowski, to talk over the
spring trip of the mechanical engineer-
ing students, 13 signified their inten-
tion of going.
Other men expressed the possibility
of going to make it look as if the num-
ber this year would compare favorably
with the party one year ago when
about 30 students took the trip. Since
the tour next year will be westward,
this is the last opportunity for juniors
to enjoy an eastern route.
Offer New Course to Foresters.
A new course in forestry research
has just been opened to the advanced
students In the department. The
course will be under the supervision
of the faculty, each man guiding the
work along his own special line. Al-
ready 18 students have enrolled in the
Webster Society Meets Tonight.
A meeting of the Webster society
will be held tonight at 7:45 o'clock in
its room in the law building. A musi-
cal program has been arranged for the
everything at 4 the regular price until all
Over 500 now but they won't last long.
AT JUST PRICE
is stretched over a key-plate in changing.
Hence must be of finest soft cushion-like
rubber. Inferior rubber will not stretch. Out-
wears two pairs of common rubber heels.
No Holes-No Nails
-. o Won't deposit filth on the
e01 rugs or harm the highest
polished floor. For all-around
comfort and economy, get
* a fitted out now-
50c a "While You Wait"
JOHN H. LAMBERT
A Strictly Modern Offering of Candy
Favorites In Old Style.
324 So. STATE St.
CAR RICK THEATRE
The Messr's Shubert & Lewis Waller Presen
A Butterfly on the Wheel
All English Company
To close out and make more room for Photographic Work.
613 E. William StreetI
ON STATE STREET
We Serve Hot
Genuine and Imitation Stones Matched.
idows for displays of the newest creations
ed and 'Imperial Four-in-Hands and Bow
so have a new assortment of Silk Hose in
Old Post Office Block. The
for Particular men. Koullauf.
nker & Company
342 S. State Street
tiVerzt fEustc IOuse
ess Buidhig Maynard Street
Across from Majestic
Can supply you with New York's latest operatic hits
Synthetic Rubies, Sapphires and Emeralds.
Special order work a specialty.
Martha Washington Candy for sale
only at University Pharmacy. Thur.89
Tonight! Stunts, features and rag-
time galore at the Glee and Mandolin
clubs' concert in U. Hall. .A quarter
Soph Lits Collect Back Dues.
Soph lits succeeded in collecting $40
in their dues' campaign yesterday,
which, with the amount collected last
week, is expected .o cover the expen-
ses of the class for the rest of the
Hailer Jewelry Co.
308 South State Street
I.. Don't take
LADY OF THE SLIPPER
OHS OH! I.ELPHINE
Gibson Mandolins and Guitars
chances on your
Hat r Cap.
GREATER THAN EVER
IF OUR Telephone 716.
RM CLOCKS and you will get to yoir classes on time
ays right and all clocks guaranteed. New4location.
111 EAST WASHINGTON STREET
J. L. CHAPMAN, Jeweer
Four Days---Five Concerts-.Hill Auditorium
Heink, Hinkle, Wirthlin,
Murphy Amato, G r i s-
University Choral Union
An All Star Cast
Reserved Seat Sale begins
Saturday, Mar. 8, 8 A. M.,
University School of Music
First Choice, $3.50
Announcements will be sent
to any of your out * of - town
friends if you will send their
names to the office.
CHARLES A. SINK, Sec.
Get the Best
at Wadhams & Co;
pies' Art store
res and Framing
Prompt Service and
WADHAMS & COMPANY
121423 S. Main St.
BEST IN ANN ARBOR
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