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March 14, 1913 - Image 4

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THE V~ICHIGAN DAILY

FRATERNITY JEWELERS AND SAToNS

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

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. MYILES, 607 E. Willi1ams St.

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our Spring Oxfords are now In stock. Why
not select just the right wid~ia and size now.
You can~ come In and get them later when
you need them. You may not be able to gat
j ust the size you require if you wait until the
season opens. A word to the wise is suffi-
cient. Experience teaches. Come in and
see the New English Lasts. We have not
Brown them in out window as yet.

& ligner ELCo.
State Street
Slgti of 'the 19White Shos

fotest lawn 'lea ioom
ORDERS TAKEN FOR BANQUETS
Open Supdays

FRESH 'TEAM IS PICKED TO 21EET
X. A. C. TARSITY.
(Continued from page 1.)
M. A. C.; Berry, Maguire, Klopfer, Cat-
lett, All-fresh.
Shot p~ut--Blue, Julian, AT. A. C.;
Gault, Benton, All-fresh.
Thirty-five.. yard.. dash-Leonard,
Servis, Bishop, Auldermnan, M. A. C.;
Lyttle, H.. L. Smith, Monetta, C. B.
Smith, Shulkin, All-fresh.
Mile run--Rosen, Herr, Trezise, M.
A. C.; Armstrong, Steen, Crumpacker,
Klopfer, Bourquin, All-fresh.
Forty yard high hurdles-Beatty,
Julian, M. A. C.; Armstrong, Bourquin,
Klopfer, All-fresh.
440. yard. dash-Brown,. Warner,
Lewis, M. A. C.; C. B. Smith, Gore,]
Lyttle, All-fresh.
Half mile-Brown, Trezise, Warner,
Rosen, M. A. C.; Uffer, Hamill, Darn-
all, All-fresh.
Relay-4-Bishop, Servis, B~eatty, War-
ner, Lewis, M. A. C.; H. L. Smith, C.
ta, UfeAll-fresh. GrMnt
Soph Prom Committee fleets. Today.
Definite arrangements for the soph'
prom will be decided upon this after-
noon at a meeting of the combined
committees of the dance. Reports of
the various sub-committees will be dis-
cussed and the question of the date,
music and -hall will be settled. The
meeting has been called for 4:30
o'clock at the Union.
Students to Hold Penny Social.
The Tappan association composed of
Presbyterian students will give its an-
nual Penny social tonight in McMil-
lan hail, starting at 8:00 o'clock. The
public is invited.

PREDIC'T' RACE ITRIOR ATION,
EwartG t flpiii Warxii Ainst Over
1'Ppulation of Cities.
"Tho human race will suffer a mark-
ed deterioration within three years if
the present trend of population to set-
tie in large cities continues," said Ew-
art G. Culpin, secretary of the Garden
City and Town Planning Association
of England, in a lecture delivered be-
fore Prof. Reeves' class in political
science yesterday morning. "In Eng-
land where over six-sevenths of the to-
tal populatoin live in the cities the dan-
ger is more evident than it is here,
and as a result the garden city and
town planning mov-emenit is well ad-
vanced."
Mr. Culpin delivered the last of a
series of three addresses before the
Ann Arbor civic improvement associ-
ation at the high school auditorium
last evening. In his lecture, he dis-
cussed problems relating to the civic
improvement of this city.
Mr. Culpin will leave Ann Arbor this
afternoon. -While in the city he was
the guest of Prof. Aubrey Teal di.
Sop" 'Women Rin lBasketball (~mine.
Sophomore womnen triumphed over
the fresh team by the score of 14-9 in
the second basketball game of their
series yesterday afternoon in Barbour
gym. This victory makes the second
year class the championis of the under-
classes and gives them- the right to
compete with the winner of the upper-
class series for the university cham-
pionship. It is expected that the up-
perclass series will be played next
week. No date has been set for the
final championship game.
t
Prof. Tilden Returnus From Baltimore.
Prof. C. J. '1:ildenu, of the mechanical

SOTUDE*NTS
There's a Rleason Why
You Should
Eat at Painter's
fRESTAURANT
709 North University Ave,
112 W. Huron St,
Regular Meals 25c
!Commutation Tickets
Good in Both Places
If You Don't Get Enough
Say So

NEW WHITNEY THEATRE
Yntire week:, lieginnhigl
MONDAY NEXT, Matinee Daily at 2:15
400 Seats on Lower Floor, 25c
Every Evening at 8:15 - 25c, 35c, 50c
RE-TURN }?ENG,1aGEMENt:' of the
Mlarvelouts Motion Pictures whlich cre-
atetl Bich a Oelightflul inipre~ssioii here
last December.
PAUL J, RAINEY'S
African Hunt
With Interesting Descriptive talk by
Wv. W. KIRBY, V. C,
D~irect from New York Presentation,.
'This wondlerful series of 'I'x:VEL PIt>,
TrUBES has thiril.le~id nl carmedl patrons
of the first clas- tlheatres wlierer pre-
sented throng hout the country.

Drest Ave.

Phone 1238-J

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$10.00 TEN DOLLARS DONATION $10.00I
Co anyone sugg esting a suitable name ior the Ice Cream Parlors being
installed in the State Street D. U. R. Waiting Room.I
all tar slips at Waiting Room."J

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Four Days---Five Concerts-...Hill Audiitoriujm

Your Spring

Suit Is Made By

h.ill satisfy you in every particula r; It will
nade just as you dictate and guaranteed to
erfectly. The 500 pure wool _samples are
ting for you.

Rapp old, 'Schumann -
Heink, Hinkile, Wirthlin,
Murphy Amato, G r i -s=
wold, Scott.
University Choral Union
Children's Chorus
Thoman Orchestra
An All Star Cast

Reserved Seat Sate begins
Saturday,. Mar. 8, 8 A. M.
University School of Music
First Choice, $3.50
Announceme~nts will be sent
to any of youir out .of -townl
friends if you will wend their
names to the office.
CHARLES A. SINK, See.

ie Campers

Bootery

New York Student is Studying Here. 1 engineering department, returned yes-
Miss Helen Proudfoot, a student of terday from Baltmore, where he had
the New York Library school, is spend- been since Friday attending a confer-
ing this month in practice work at the ence of the faculty regarding the in-
general library. stallation of the new department of
engineering at Johns Hopkins univer-
lo24tjon is Open to Law Student. sity, of which he is to be the head.
A Totte'r wasvreceived by the law de-

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308 South ,State.

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partment yesterday from J. A. Hall,
of .Marian, Mich., stating that he want-
ed a bright young lawvyer. Mr. Hall
offers the position to any studJent in
the graduating class or to any grad-l
uate. No terms wer'e stated in the let-
ter but they may be t ined by direct

(irls' Club Will Hold Sale Today.
A cakve anid candy sale will be held
by the Girl's club of the St. Andrews
church today at Harris hall. The sale
begins at 10:00 o'clock and tea will be
sprved throughout the day.

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Saturday
March 15

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communication.

ew Spring, Raincoat's

Prof. Dicklioff's Nother lasses ay: .
Prof. T,. J. C. Diekhoff of the German
department has been called to Allison,I
.Iowa, by the dea i of his mother. He1
exp~ets to return Stmy.

GIradiiate Gib to Hold' Thrty 'tonighmt,
The graduate 0,4,1r will hold a party
(in Barbour gymna,,sium to Fi)ig ht at 7:30
p'(ik. A program has been arranged,
for the -irst part of the evening to 'be
followed Ioy &aaciug. Light refresh-
ments will be s Y (,ai.

George Spatheif
RECEIVER

8.50 values at 6.50,
7.50 values at 515

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itch for our. Sturday
Specials

save you
'iaffner &

money to trade at the Hart,
Marx Store, down town.

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KIMD'GLOVES
FOR THE PAT]T I'.R LADY
in a variety of shades.
Also the long, white,
dress glove. 'Very
light and dressy. The
next time you buy, try
a pair..

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deliveries

if ga~sired1 by

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Saturday, Marcih 5th.

U. S. WOOLEN MILLS

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$16.00

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BITTER SWEETS
A Strictly Modern Offering of Candy
Favorites in Old Style.
Calkins' Pharmacy's
424 So. STATE St.

itz Clothing Store
217 So. Mainr Street

For Sale

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Ask about -our FREE offer.

SCHROEN BROS.

709 N. Univer sity

Ave.

Phone 1000

124 S. Main Streetl

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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.

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Make Appointments for Sittings.

619 E. Liberty Sta

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