' IIff11IIIGAN DAILY.
CHAR'"ES H. BUNNELL
AT JUST PRICE
BRITISH WOOLENS, $55.00 AND UPWARD
We have our entire line of STEIN BLOCH Suits and
Spring Overcoats on display and would be pleased to show you
the Spring Models prices $18.00 to $35.00.
69 West Fort Street
To close out and make more room for Photographic Work.
All the new shapes, soft and stiff.
,ild dschmitt, Apfel & Company [
Who Does the Best
Kodak Finishing ?
We can show you. Bring
iu your film. Films do-
veloped lOc per -roll.
Prints 3c up.
324 So. State Street
ON STATE STREET
indows for displays of the newest creations
ed and Imperial Four-in-Hands and Bow"
Lso have a new assortment of Silk Hose in
ADS IN THIS COLUMN ARE TO BE
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.
Do you want spare time and employ-
ment while in school? Something to do
during vaaction? Pictorial Review
magazine offers you a golden oppor-
tunity. Many pay their way by taking
subscriptions for it alone. From $50.00
to $200.00 per month can be made.
Some make $500.00 per month. Our
special representative will be in town
three days-Thursday, Friday and Sat-
urday, only. Call and see him.
F. C. HENDEE, St. James Hotel.
ABILITY COUNTS HERE.
Students of ordinary ablity can earn
their own way by handling a new up
to date practical necessity. A square
deal to your customer. Phone 937 this
week for information or Interview.
Call and see us, go home and think it
over. If interested come back, if not
don't. This is worth inquiring into.
Lost--On campus Thursday afternoon
a Pi Beta Phi sorority pin. Finer
return to 836 Tappan St. Phone
For Sale-Residence, 326 Ingalls St.,
north. .Suitable for sorority or frater-
nity. In quire at house 1009 Corn-
well Place. 114-119
Parcel Post Blotter Map.
Rosengarten & Co., Detroit's pro-
gressive men's tailors, are issuing a
clever souvenir in the form of a Par-
cl'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 Journal Building,
corner Fort and Wayne, Detroit 114
Suits dry cleaned and pressed 75c.
$1.25 ticket $1.00. Modern pressing
parlors. Opposite University Hall.
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
Try Martha Washington Candy at
the University Pharmacy. Fresh every
Open every evening until 9:30. Sun-]
days from 9:30 to 12:30, 1:30 to 3:30
only. Lyndon's kodaks, films, flash-
lights. 719 N. University. Sun&Fri
You ought to attend the annual pen-
ny social tonight at McMillan hal.
There will be lots doing and everyone
is invited to attend. 114
huron River Will Open to Canoeists.
The early spring weather has caused
the ice in the Huron river to melt ear-
lier than the usual time and spring
sports will soon be in progress. Tess-
mer's U. of M. boat house will slide
back its doors for the season tomor-
row and Barton pond will have canoes
moving over its surface for the first
Cotrell & Leonard
ALBANY, NEW YORK
iAKL &S 1OF
Cages & Gowns
Tthe AmericanUniversities from
'theAtlantic to the Pacific.
Class Contracts a Specialty.
UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO TO
PERMIT CENSORED TANGOING
Censored tango dancing will be a
new feature in campus affairs at the
University of Chicago. At a confer-
ence held between Miss Marion Talbot,
dean of women, and representatives of
girls' clubs and societies it was agreed
that the tango will be permitted on the
condition that it is danced properly.
It was agreed that certain songs will
be tabooed, and in the future all or-
chestra programmes will be carefully
scrutinized and objectionable tunes
SCHOOL OF PHARMACY ISSUES
NEW ILLUSTRATED LEAFLET.
An illustrated leaflet, describing the
courses offered in the school of phar-
macy during the coming summer ses-
sion and calling attention to the facil-
ities of that school, has just been
printed. The leaflet will be used as an
insert in the abridged announcements
of the summ'er session which are now
being mailed and will be sent to all
the pharmacies in the central states.
About 5,000 copies will be issued.
MISSOURI VALLEY MEN TO
ORGANIZE SECTIONAL CLUB
Plans were formulated for a Missou-
ri Valley club at a meeting of all men
from that part of the country at Mc-
Millan hall last night. An organized
effort is to be made to obtain all men
from the states of Kansas, Missouri,
Nebraska and Oklahoma for the club.
Temporary officers to carry on the
work were elected as follows: presi-
dent, Harry L. Curtis, '14L, and secre-
tary, H. R. Williams, '15L. A com-
mittee consisting of F. B. Foulk, '13,
chairman, E. J. Rosenberg, '13, and S.
B. Atwood, '14L, was appointed to
draft a constitution for the organiza-
Dr. Parry Goes to Economics Meeting.
Dr. Carl E. Parry, of the economics
department, left last night for Chica-
go, where he will attend a conference
of the western economics society. "Sci-
entific Management" will be the sub-
ject of discussion at the sessions of
the society. Dr. Parry will return by
Grad is Appointed on Indian Board.
Henry Huizinga, Ph.D. '07, has been
appointed by the government of Mad-
ras, India, to the board of award of
secondary school certificates. He is
the only American and the only mis-
sionary on the board which has in its
charge the secondary education of that
country. It examines nearly 8,000 can-
Detroiter to Lecture to Law Students.
Mr. Clarence A. Lightner, of
Detroit, will lecture this af-
ternoon in room G of the
law building, at 3:00 o'clock. "Med-
ical Jurisprudence" is the subject of
Mr. Lightner's talk and today will be
the first lecture of his series of five
which he intends giving each week.
Will Speak Before Debating Section.
Ray K. Immel, instructor in oratory,
will lecture tonight on the "Merchant
of Venice," under the auspices of the
debating section of the Engineering
society. The meeting will be held at
7:00 o'clock, in room 311 new engi-
Philip Bartholomle's Musical Comedy,
"WHEN DREAMS COME TRUE"
With Joseph Santley
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For sale in Ann Arbor by
Wagner & Co.s
DUKE of DURHAM
Matinee Today, 3 P.-M
JOLLY AND WIIJI-MAR. 20
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Changed by wearer
periodically, it keeps
level till allworn out.
over"- l-slipping andH
strain on ankles.
Can't work loose.
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JJ Rubber Heel
is stretched over a key-plate in ch
Hence must be of finest soft cush
rubber, Inferior rubber will niot stretc]
we arstwo pairs of common rubber heels.
+ys, % won't deposit filt]
g6By' S r UgS or harmlthle
Ipolished floor. For al
comfort and econol
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JOHN H. LAMBEI
E. William SI
everything at 4 the regular price until all
Over 500 now but they won't last long.
fiNoll & toch
342 s. State Street
ARRIVAL OF THE NEW
SPRING AND SUMMER
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95 Fort Street West
GILL FROM MONTMARTRE
CONTRARIE MARY MVSIC
on Sele-Mer. 26 1913 at
We carry the very best Ready-to-
Wear Clothes for Men and Young
Men. Prices, $15.00 to $30.00
M CLOCKS and you will g
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111 EAST WASHIINCTO
J. L. CHAPMAN,
get to yow classes on time
ed. New location.
Cet Your Easter Hat
~' Art Store
Prompt Service and
WADHAMS & COMPA1N
See Our -indows.
121-123 S. Main St.
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