THE "ICHIGAN DAILY
FRATERNITY JEWELERS AND STATIONERS,
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Wednesday, March 13
Jewelers, Stationers, Opticians and Fraternity Jewelers
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Chas. Frohman presents
A New Bunch
of this popular English Last. The
detail on this shoe is complete.
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The D. U. R. State Street Waiting
Room to Install Something New.
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FRESH BADLY CRIPPLED FOR
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Varsity meet tomorrow evening, but
that the full strength of the Michigan
track squad will be represented when
it comes to choosing the personnel of
the Varsity later in the season.
On the basis of the entry lists, it
ap'pears that there will be a hard bat-
tle between seniors and juniors for
first place. The senior team, in addi-
tion to Captain Haff, Baler, H. Smith,
D. Cohn, and Haimbaugh, will have the
services of Sargent. Until the publica-
tion of the entry list many of Michi-
gan's track followers believed Sargent
to be a junior. Though this is Sar-
gent's third year in college, he is a
senior dent, and as such will compete
with the seniors.' With these men
pitted against the junior team, repre-
sented by Seward, Craig, Bond, Kohler,
C. S. White, Brown, Cook, and others,
there is sure to be a lively battle for
first honors on tomorrow evening.
The complete entry list follows:
High jump:, 1913-Sargent, D. Cohn;
1914-Cook, Brown, White; 1915-Per-
Shot put: 1913--H. Smith, D. Cohn;
35 yard dash: 1913-Lapsley, Haff,
D. Cohn, Baier; 1914-Bond, Seward,
C. S. White; 1915-Hughes, E. S. Cohn;
1916-Monetta, H. L. Smith, Lyttle,
40 yard high hurdles: 1914-Craig,
Greene; 1915-McNabb, E. S. Cohn;
40 yard low hurdles: 1913-D. Cohn;
1914--Craig, C. S. White, Greene;
1915-E. S. Cohn, McNabb; 1916-
440 yard dash: 1913-Haff, Baler;
1914- Jansen; 1916-Lyttle, Gore.
880 yard dash: 1913-Haimbaugh,
Haff; 1914-Carver, Jansen, Brown;
1915-Terry; 1916-Ufer, S. M. Davis.
Mile run: 1913-Haimbaugh C. M.
Smith, Wagner; 1914-H. E. Brown;
1915-Gray; 1916-Fox, Lynch, Rich-
Pole vault: 1914-Cook, VanKam-
Inen; 1915-Dascam; 1916-Cross,
.."A tuneful melange," and other
things, at the big home concert of the
Michigan Musical clubs, TONIGHT,
x:15, in University Hall. Tickets at
the door; a quarter admits.
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Final score-juniors, 32; freshmen,
Field goals-Corey, 7; Tower, 4;
Helm, 2; Collette, 1; Donnelly, 4; Heu-
ser, 2; Goldstick, 1.
Fouls-Corey, 4; McClellan, &
Tonight the junior laws will play the
fresh medics. The winners of this
game will play. the junior engineers
for the campus championship Monday
DRAMATIC CLUB TO GIVE
FIRST PRODUCTION TODAY.
J LAWS SETTLE DISPUTED GAME1
71 OTHER FUNMAKERS AND PRETTY GIRLS
IN THE FARCE WITH MUSIC
The Girl From Montmartre
Seat Sale, Monday, March 10,10 A. M.
"Creatures of Impulse" is Title
Play; Miss A. E. Burroughs of
New York to Speak.
M Y' E Announcement
Lest You Forget
We carry a full and complete line
of Gym and Track Shoes, both in
Leather and Rubber.
The first production of the new dra-
matic club will be given at the week-
ly meeting of the Women's League
this afternoon at 4:00 o'clock in Bar-
bour gym. Ben Greet's "Creatures of
Impulse," the story of the conversion
of a village from atheism to christian-
ity by a fool, is the play chosen for
the initial production of the new or-
The cast has been slightly changed,
and Elizabeth Clarke and Ethel Ken-
yon will appear in the principal roles.
Miss A. E. Burroughs, visiting nurse
from New York, will speak of her
work among the poor of Ann Arbor, at
the luncheon which will follow the
Library Club is Treated to Lecture.
F. W. Faxon, chairman of the travel
committee of the American Library as-
sociation, spoke on "Periodicals" to
the members of the Ann Arbor library
club, in the general library at 7:30
o'clock last night. Mr. Faxon has
published an index to the periodicals
of the United States, and foreign coun-
Engineer Dance Tickets Still on Sale.
Tickets for the senior engineer dance
at the Michigan Union tonight may
still be purchased from the committee
or at the desk at the Union. The price
of the tickets is $1.00.
Dramatic Technic Class Begins Today.
The first class in dramatic technic
will be held in room 205 Tappan hall
this afternoon at 3:00 o'clock. Those
who elected this course at the begin-
ning of the semester should report
at this time. All senior women who
expect to try out for the senior play
should enroll, as the cast will be se-
lected from those who do proficient
work in this course.
Speech to Feature Adelphl Meeting.
Peter R.Fagan will feature the Adel-
phi literary society program tonight
with a characteristic "stump" speech.
C. L. Hall and L. E. Porter will also
address the society. L. W. Lyle will
assist by leading the parliamentary
give a reading, and L. W. Grabe will
The preliminaries for the Adelphi
Cup team are scheduled for Friday,
Buy your Spring Suit early and get first choice.
Our new Spring Woolens of the coming Season are
exclusive and will not be duplicated.
F. A. MYLES, 607 E. Williams St.
The Campus Bootery
ALLMAND & FORSYTHE, Props.
308 South State Street
Hart,'Schaffner 8& Marx
COMING NEXT MONDAY
Robert and Robert
Most Wonderful Act
Duke of Durham
NOTICE-All new Shows for Last .f
Week Now Start at
THURSDAY 3 REGULAR
MATINEES "M aPRICES
There's a Reason Why
Eat at Painter's
709 North University Ave.
112 W. Huron St.
Clothes For Men
best tailors to be
Do Not Read This
if you are not willing to be convinced that we can save you
time and money.
On Saturday, March 8, we will open a light dry
goods and sundries store at
Good in Both
Regular Meals 25c
These are no machine made
if You Don't Oet Enough
clothes and no inexperienced, would-be
tailors handle them.
Come in and see
the latest styles.
Our assortment is
we guarantee to fit you
They are absolutely guar-
614 E. Liberty St.
Just off from State
anteed and you take no chances.
SUITS AND OVERCOATS
Hereafter you will not need to go way downtown for the
little articles of dry goods which you find that you must have.
We can supply your needs of laces, embroideries, patterns,
hosiery, handkerchiefs, etc., etc., at very moderate prices.
When you start for down town on Saturday, we invite
you to come in and get acquainted and look over our line.
$15 AND UP
utz Clothing Store
M inch Fronf_ - 2fin ch ack
For sale in Ann Arbor by
Wagner & Co.
Who Does the Best
We can show you. Bring
iu your film. Films de-
veloped 10c per roll.
Prints 3c up.
324 So. State Street
H. S. Pinney & Co.
The Store where a Dollar will do its Duty
17 So. Main Street
C. Maedel, Photographer
We didn't believe it possible in 1912-but our range of designs for 1913 for COLLEGE
and SCHOOL PORTRAITS-well just come and see for yourself.
Make Appointments for Sittings.