THE MICHIGAN DAILY.
You lose if you
miss the big
CHARLES H. BUNNELEL
For Men, Young Men and Boys
BRITISH WOOLENS, $55.00 AND UPWARD
69 West Fort Street
OF BROKEN SIZES AT
119, South Main Street
Pe.lace of Sweets
Fu'rnish the Ice Cree.r
Attention to Fraiternities
QN MAIN STREET
7 4 l=-"'.
hone , 136 11-L
or beat any price made on a typewriter, sale or rental.
D. F. WOODWARD
vings Bank Bldg. Second Floor Ann Arbor. Mich.
L CbLbb House
209 South St.te Street.
Gives Clean, Wholesome Board at
$4.00 per Week.
C. C. Fs..zre..n# Proprietor
awe 530 samples to pick that Easter Suit1
aat are up-to-date in style and pattern.
natty English style withla at or
ADS IN THIS COLUMN ARE TO BE
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.
Lost-Will party who lost blue-belted
Chinchilla overcoat please call at
706 So. Thayer or phone 1073-J J.
L. Byber. 111
Wanted-Students who want to inves-
tigate a practicalarticle that appeals
as a money saver, and has proved a
money maker, call phone 937 (2
rings) for information to salsemen.
A new proposition in Ann Arbor.
Parcel Post Blotter Map.
Rosengarten & Co., Detroit's pro-
gressive men's tailors, are issuing a
clever souvenir in the form of a Par-
cel's Post Map and Blotting Pad. They
would be pleased to present one to you,
Mr. Student, if you call in person at
their office in the Jouran Building,
corner Fort and Wayne, Detroit. 111
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
DON'T FORGET THE EASTER HAT
to be held at Harris Hall March the
14th. All one price. $7.00 each.
REMAINDER OF CORNELL MEET
TICKETS TO BE ISSUED TODAY.
There are still a few tickets for the
Michigan-Cornell track meet of March
22 leftat the office ofthe athletic as
soiation. The association office will
be open today for the purpose of giv-
ing these tickets out to holders of
marked coupon number ,14, who have
not yet had their second drawing.
There are only a few of the tickets left
and it is probable that they will be
disposed of today.
BISHOP WILLIAMS TALKS
, ON "MAN AND CRAFTSMAN"
"Man and Craftsman" was the sub-
ject of Bishop Williams' talk at the
Union Saturday afternoon. He made
a plea in a general way for a larger
and broader education for those who
went out in the more specialized and
technical lines of work. He held that
such an education was valuable to its
possessor not only because of the ben-
efit that it brought him but that it
made him much more efficient for spe-
cial service. The address was well
attended by Union members.
M. TALAMON WILL LECTURE ON
"La MAISON DE BALZAC" TODAY
"La Maison de Balzac" will be the
subject of a talk by M. Rene Talamon
on the Cercle Francaise course, this
afternoon at 5:00 o'clock at Tappan
hall. M. Talamon will describe the
recently discovered house where Bal-
zac lived from 1830 to 1840, and which
has since been turned into a Balzac
museum, and he will discuss the au-
thor's life during this time.
Senior Law Passes Illinois Exam.
G. D. Kelly, '13L, received notice yes-
terday that he had passed the Illinois
bar exam, which he took last month.
Kelly lives in IVonticello, Ill., and he
expects to practice in. the vicinity of
that town after he is graduated next
PANHELLENIC TO VOTE UPON
PLEDGING QUESTION TONIGHT
Freshmen Women May Not Be Asked
to Join Sororities Until See-
Panhellenic will meet at the Kappa
Kappa Gamma sorority house at 4:15
o'clock this afternoon to vote upon the
question of pledging freshmen women
at the beginning of the secpnd semes-
ter rather than at entrance as is the
Delgates from the nine sororities
have been instructed to vote' for the
proposed change, providing a satisfac-
tory plan of campaigning can be devis-
ed. To date, the only definite article
to work ujon is the rule that no fresh-
man whose work is not of a passing
grade will be pledged. This is the
principle that has brought about the
proposed change as the sororities wish
to have their scholastic standing as
high as possible and in this manner
prove themselves more beneficial to
C. A. LIHTNER, '83, TO GIVE
SERIES OF LECTURES HERE.
dlarence A. Lightner, of Detroit, will
give a series of lectures before the
law students beginning next Friday.
"Medical Jurisprudence" will be the
topic of Mr. Lightner's lectures which
will be given in room G of the law
building,'every Friday afternoon at
4:30 until further notice.
Mr. Lightner was graduated from
the university in 1883. He is now a
prominent lawyer in Detroit and is a
member of the firm of Konner, Light-
ner, Oxtoby and Oxtoby.
WOMEN WILL HEAR PROGRAM
ON SOCIAL SERVICE TODAY.
University women will be offered a
special program dealing wih social
service in Ann Arbor at the regular
meeting of the Y. W. C. A. this after-
noon at 5:00 o'clock in Newberry hall.
Mrs. A. E. Waite, president of the
federation of charities and Mrs. T. A.
Borden, probation officer, both of this
city, will talk to the women on the
work now in progress and the oppor-
tunity of the university woman to aid
the cause. It is probable that Miss
A. E. Burroughs, the visiting nurse
from New York city, will also speak.
Senior Engineer to Speak to A. L E. E.
"Building Up the Valley Load" will
be the topic of an address by W. B.
Kopfer, '13E, before the monthly meet-
ing of the student branch of the Amer-
ican Institute of Electrical Engineers,
tomorrow night, at 8:00 p. m., in room
311, new engineering building. Mr.
Kopfer is publicity man for the local
Fresh Engineers to Dance Tonight.
A few admissions remain unsold for
the fresh engineers dance at the Union
tonight. These will be disposed of at
the door. Chaperones are Professor
and Mrs. Stevens and Mr. and Mrs.
W. D. Moriarty. Dancing will com-
mence at 8:00 o'clock.
Prof. E. H. Kraus to Lecture Today.
'Some Optical Properties of Crys-
tallized Substances" is the subject of
the lecture to be delivered by Prof.
E. H. Kraus at the regular March
meeting of University of Michigan sec-
tion of the American Chemical society
which will be held this afternoon at
4:00 o'clock in the mineralogical lec-
ture room, Tappan hall. The address
will be illustrated with the epidascope.
HEADQUARTERS FOR GOOD DRESSERS
Of Your Party Depends Upon Your
The New Spring Models are now being shown at
ley's Millinery, 206Libcrty
Hair Goods a Specialty Phone 1390-J
OThe ucS S
At this season-when good clothes take on new importance-
we make unusual efforts to proviile for every requirement, and
our display is mere comprehensive than ever.
Young Men's Suits, either in staple models or the new Eng-
lish effects, coats 30 to 32 inches long, two or three buttoned,
flat or soft roll lapels, beautifully tailored, are now being shown
by u s.
An inspection of our SPRING CLOTHING will convince you of
the up-to-dateness of our Clothing Department.
J. F WURT HCO+
Mayer, Scloettle& Schairer Co.
Stationers Printers Binders 112 S. Main St.
The Ann Arbor Press
OFFICIAL PRINTERS TO THE UNIVERSITY
Printers of Student Publications
An artistic program, worth keeping will be treasured by
your guests and bring back fond recollections many years after
your party has been forgotten. We make the kind that are
VARSITY TOGGERY SHOP
1107 S. University Ave.
See Us when you want something fine in Dance
and Banquet Programs.
Wednesday, March 12
Chas, Frohmnan Presents
OF THE NEW
or Dye orks
and Steam Cleaning
204 E. Washington St.
L. R. Wahl, Manager
B. J. DENMAN WILL SPEAK TO
ENGINEERING SOCIETY TODAY
B. J. Denman, chief engineer of the
Delray plant, Detroit Edison Co., will
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For sale in Ann Arbor by
Wagner & Co.
Matinee Today, 3 P, M
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STARTS NEXT THURSDAY MATINEE
Remember! Matinee Every Thursday
71 Other Funmak*
In the Farce with Music,
deliver an address on "Recent Devel-
K T H E A T R E opments in Power Plant Design and
T Operation" this afternoon at 4:00
T R 0 1 T o'clock in room 348, engineering build-
mie's Musical comedy, ing. The lecture is given under the
CMS COME TRIE" auspices of the engineering society
>seph Santley and the public is invited.
Seat Sate M onrdc, March 10, io a. m
Prices: 50c, 75c, $1, $.50, $2
Spring Goods are Arriving Daily
Each day brings new assortment of the nobbiest spring clothing for young men
Easter comes early and you will have to think of your Easter clothes sooner than usual. Look
over our large stock before purchasing. A few Fall and Winter Suits and Overcoats at sac-