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March 11, 1913 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1913-03-11

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THE %'ICHIGAN DAILY

Putting your money into a suit made
to your order is like putting it in the bank,
for smart clothes of fine quality are a real
asset. They make=you look better and
add to your confidence.g
Will you spend just ten minutes with us to-
morrow in going over the wonderful assortment
of spring fabrics. You need not think of placing
an order, but do have a look. See what a fair
expenditure will secure in the way of a "made as
you want it suit."'

DETROIT
FRATERNITY JEWELERS AND STATIONERS

WHiTNEYH E AT R E

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THURSDAY NIGHT, MARCH 13

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Jewelers, Stationers, Opticians and Fraternity Twelers
207-211 WOODWARD AVENUE, DETROIT

ENGLIS
rslim . GRAND

TRACK M~EN ARE TOO BUSY ' admission cards may be procured, at
TO RUN SCHEDULED RELAYS 60 cents. The last number on the se-
°-- ries will be given April 23.
Interclass Series Fails to Arouse'
Much Interest Among Freshman Is 111 With rneumonia.
Track Men. SfehippNin 1 xn nr~+
* ~5 iIL U U 4~L~UL

OPERA

CO M P A NY

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ASUIIIRTESTO ORD)ER

J. K. Malcolm

604 East Liberty

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Maleolm Block

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AS

RANGES

In Large Unfits

For Fraternity Houses, Boarding
Houses and Restaurants-clean,

economical and efficient.

Can

be operated at less than the cost
of coal or wood.

Give us a chance to prove it.

It is unlikely that any relay races
will be held this week as per schedule,
in view of the strenuous preparation
on the part of the Varsity men for
Syracuse and the freshmen for the M.
A. C. Varsity. Trainer Farrell wishes
no side interests to interfere with the
main issue at stake.
The interclass track series have been
somewhat of a fiasco up to the present
time, as the majority of the matches
scheduled heve either been fprfeited or
postponed.
Very little interest has been display-
ed by some of the classes in the mat-
ter of -relay teams; the soph. lits
could not find enough men with the
right spirit to hold tryouts.
An effort will be made to finish the
matches next week, but to do this it
will be necessary for the contesting
classes to cooperate with Coach Doug-
las, and be on the spot when their
team is due to race. Announcement,
will follow when the dates for the dif-
ferent races have been arranged by
Douglas.
PREMANANDA DAS TO LEAVE
FOR INDIA TOMORROW.
Will Stop, on His Way, In England,
Ireland and Scotland, Deliv-
ering Lectures.
Premananda Das, '12P, will leave
Ann Arbor tomorrow for India. On his
way he will stop in England, Ireland
and Scotland for a month, lecturing in
all the great universities on educa-
tional and scientific subjects.
Das will work in the interest of the
Cosmopolitan movement when he goes
to India, and will endeavor to stimu-
late the establishment of Cosmopoli-
tan clubs in the universitiesthere.
More than 50 lantern slides depict-
ing the scenic beauty of this university
city of Ann Arbor, together with nu-
merous catalogs and literature giving
information about Michigan, have been
procured by Das, and will be used in
his lecture to be given in all the prin-
cipal cities of Iindia, dealing with col-
lege life in America.
EX-LEADER OF GLEE CLUB
TARRIES BRIEFLY IN CITY.
Woodbridge Metcalf,'11-12, forester,
leader of the glee club last year, is in
the city for a short visit.
Directly after leaving college, Met-
calf left for Seattle where~he lived un-
til about a month ago. It was mainly
through his efforts that the Seattle
Alumni club was able to raise suffi-
cient funds to make it possible for the
musical clubs to take the trip to the
Pacific coast this year.
He is at present located in Mon-
treal, where he is employed in the
forestry department of the Canadian
Pacific railway. He will return some-
time today.

c uir rge nnon, b, was taken to
St. Joseph's hospital Sunday night af-
ter having been taken suddenly ill with
pneumonia. Hilton's condition was
considerably improved yesterday.
LOAN FUND IS ESTABLISHED
BY THE ALU NI OF TOLEDO.
(Continued from page 1.)
the proposals adopted, the Toledo as-
sociation will loan sums of $100 to
$280 to deserving students, without
requiring interest, and will allow the
students to return the money one year
after graduation. As there are at
present nearly 50 men from Toledo in
the university the offer will probably
prove of considerable benefit.
At the meeting which was held at
the Commerce club in Toledo,the alum-
ni association was formally organized
and a constitution was adopted. Mem-
bers of practically every class since
1861, a few men representing the To-
ledo club of the university, ahd also
the varsity quartette, were present
The following officers were elected: H.
E. King, president; J. H. O'Leary, first
vice-president; Henry Hess, second
vice-president; Edward M. Kirby, sec-
retary; and Frank Knapp, treasure.
PICK CASTS FOR
J-WOMEN'S PLAYS
(Continued from page 1).
evening after the dinner, but because
many women from out of town have
had difficulty in reaching their homes
at a late hour, the committee has de-
cided to give the plays in the after-
noon.
The larger play is the tale of an im-
aginary land with imaginary people
who do all kinds of abnormal things,
offering plenty of opportunity for puns
on the members of the graduating
class. The second play is purely a
musical skit, with a small plot depict-
ing a college woman in the troubles of
fussdom.

May

Four Days--aFive Concerts--Hill Auditorium

Pr'esettiug by )i~1 n etive Request, Verdi'- rithan
11 Trovator
IN DOUBLE CAST,
CHOR.VS AND ORCHESTRA5
Splendid and Ar istic Scenery, Costumes
and Effects
PRICES: $2.00, $1.50,$ 1.00, 75c, 50c, 25c

Rappold, Schumann-
Heink, Hinkle, Wirthlin,
Murphy Amato., G r i s=
wold, Scott.
University Choral Union
Children's Chorus
Thoman Orchestra
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.

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GREATER THAN EVER

IA

Festival

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,nn Arbor Gas

mi"oany

ecial Rexall Week, March 17 to 22
All over the United States, Canada, and England, six thousand
all agents are united to promote the Rexall Policy of Better Goods,
er Prices and Better Satisfied Customers.
Rexall truly signifies Highest Possible Quality at Lowest Possible
:es.
Rexall Week will be specially observed -with bargains in Rexall
edies, Stationery, Rubber Goods, and Candy.
The People Stop at'
THE REXALL DVG STORKE
E C. EDSILL, Proprietor
So. Main Street Prescription Speclimiits
wo

Would It Be orth 25c
To You To
'100
A WANT AD was inserted in the
Michigan Daily, offering reward
for the return of a valuable Gold

UNIVERSITY CALENDAR.

March 11.-Fresh engineer dance at the
Union, 8:30 o'clock.
Down Town on Main St.
Wednesday, March 1 2th

Watch. It cost
advertisement.

25c to insert the
The Watch has

been found and returned by one
the Daly 's readers.

~ .~Sampler

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STUDENTS

There's a Reason Why
You Should

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Eat at Painter's
RESTAURANT

Regular Feature

709 North University Ae
112 W. Huron. St

SAMPLER

Regular Meals 25c

J-LITS WILL DINE AT UNION.
Prof. Levi to Represent Faculty at
Gathering Tomorrow Night.
Junior lits will hold the fourth of
a series of dinners at the Michigan
Union tomorrow evening at 6:00
o'clock. James H. Wilkins will act as
toastmaster and Professor Moritz Levi
will be the faculty representative.
Floyd Young and Percival Blanshard
will give short talks and Henry C.
Rummel will give a violin solo. Other
musical numbers will be included.
Series tickets will admit or single

The

Guiding Light

CASES LIKE THIS OCCUR EVERY DAY
The busy little Naly Want-Ad goes Into
nearly every house in Ann Arbor. It is
out for Business and It gets the Result.
The Want-Ad Stations are at
QUARRY'S DRUG STORE,
on State Street.
UNIVERSITY PHARMACY,
on So. University Avenue.
DAVIS & KONOLD,
at Cor. Packard and State St.

shing horse in therbest
+eets-in the sampler you

Commutation
Good' in Both

Tickets
Places

PHARMACY
State Street

If You Don't Get Enough
Say So

Admission

100~

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H ats Your Spring Hat will be right if it is chosen

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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.
FRED W.GROSS, I23 E. Liberty

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