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March 16, 1913 - Image 4

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THE 'ICH IAN DAILY

FRATERNITY JEWELERS ANDnW L STATIONERS

GARRICK, THEATRE, DETROIT
IMatinees-Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday. : Dest Seats $1.00;U
I Ten Perormances, Four Mattnees. Starting Tomorrow Night
Tneh os nmtou adStrIMWGra

WE KNOW IT IS EARLY.

Most B izatrre anld Baroque of all
Amnierican En tertainers~.

W~hte Way R~evue Ever Produced-

our Spring Oxfords are now in stock. Why
not select lust the right width and size now.
You can come $n ,and get themt later when
y~ou need them. You may not be able to get
lust the size you require it you wattilrdt the ws s
season opens. Awr otews ssui#i-
dent. Experience teaches. Come in and
see' the New English Lasts. We have not
sbown' them in oune window as yet.

.:levelers, Stationers, Opticians and Fraternity JTowelers

12o7-211 WOODWARD AVENUE, DETROITI

┬░Irom," Veterdan Camlpus (Coi, off Diuty.
"Tom" Blackburn, State street police-
man, is ill with pneumonia. He is im-
proving and probably will resume his
duties next week.
RMERS ARE SWAMP~ED BY
FRESH TEAM.L
(Continued from page l.)
The summaries of the events are
as follows :
16 pound shot put-Blue, M. A. C.,
first; 'Benton, Fresh, second; JIulian,
AT. A. C., third. Distance 37 feet, 4
inches.
35 yard dash--(trial heats) first heat
.-H. L. Smith, Fresh, first;CG. B. Smith,
Fresh, second. Second heat-Mo-
netta, Fresh, first; Shulkin, Fresh,
Second. Time of both heats, 4:2-5

MUNCH OL~ADVANC~k ERSEA SALE,
The advanice seat sale for the pro-
duction of the Munich Yolk-players at
the Whitney "Theatre, Tuesday, April
1st, will be held at Wahr's Fook: store
(Main Street), Monday, March 17, from
4 to 5 p. im. Seats may be reserved by
enclosing check to Manager Don Mc-
Intyre, Box Office, Whitney Theater.
Tickets will be mailed on receipt of
check.' After March 17, -tickets may

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D~irect from the New York Winter Garden. Be sure and come Opening Night
GERTR UDEHOF A

BROADWAY TO

PARIS

Staged by NED WEYBURN-Directioni of MORRIS L3EST

State Street
silam of the 8Bid White Shoo

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Cieties and at Wahr's book stores, both
Main and State streets. Popular p~rices
Down stairs, rowes 1-4, 75c; 5-14, $1;
14-20, 75c; Balcony, rows 1-4, 75c; re-
M~ainder of balcony, 50c; gallery, 25c.
j Adv.

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ALL THESE
Louise Dresser
Barney Bernard
Ralph Austin
Ethel Hopkins
The Skatelles

Great White Way.
Nights & Sat. Mat.0oto j TeBestWd, Seats $1 5
Next Week-EVERYWOMAN.

HEADLINERS
Dave Jones
George Austin Moore
The Charles Ahamn'troupe
Jan a0s Harris
Pietro

ARE ALONG
Marion Sunshine
James E. Duffy
Lea Chapin
Joseph Sohrode

e forest ILawn

tea iRoom

ORDERS TAKEN FOR BANQUETS
Open Sundays

Forest Ave.

Phon 1238-J

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10.00 TEN DOLLARS DONATION ;$10.00I
anyone suggesting a suitable. name ior the lce Cream Parlors being
installed in the State Street D. U. R. Waiting Room.
U~ for Slips at Waiting Room.

Your

Spring

Suit Is Made BY

seconds.
35 yard dash- (final heat) HI.LSmith,
first; Monetta, second; Shiulkin(Fresh)
third. Time 4:1-5 seconds.
40 yard low hurdles-(trial heats)
first heat Armstrong, Fresh, first,Beat-
ty, M. A. C., second. Time 5:3-5 sec-V
onds. Second heat-Klopfer, Fresh
first; Steen, Fresh, second. Time,, 5 :2-5
seconds.;
40 yard low hurdles-(final heat)
Armstrong and Klopfer, Fresh, tied
for first; Beatty, M. A. C. third. Time
5:2-5 seconds.
40 yard high hurdles-Beatty, M.A.C.
and Armstrong, Fresh, tied for first;
Klopfer, Fresh, third. Time 5;4-5
seconds.
440 yard dash--C.B3. Smith, Fresht,
first; Gore, Fresh, second; Lyttle,
Fresh, third. Time 54 1-5 seconds.
880 yard run-Ufer, Fresh, first;
Hamill, Fresh,. second, Darnell, Fresh,
third. Time 2 minutes 5:2-5 seconds.
One mile run-Fox, Fresh, first; Rich-
ards, Fresh, 'second; Lynch, Fresh,
third. Time 4 minutes 40:2-5 seconds.
High jump-Loveland and Julian,!
M. A. C. and eBrry and Maquire,Fresh,
tied for first. height 5 feet 4 inches.
Pole vault--Catlett, Fresh, first;
Beatty, M. A. C. second; Loveland,
M. A. C., Cross, Fresh, and Burch,
Fresh, tied for third., Height 10 feet
Relay race-Michigan freshmen won.
Time 1 minute, 54:2-5 seconds.
GEO6RGE B1SCIIOFFI
.. Florist. .. .

State Savings Bankd
Win J. Booth, President Win. Arnold, Vice-President

C. Jahn Walz, Jr., Cashier

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Our

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ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW at time
STAR THEATRE , D
GeorgeS psetheif, ~sacsiv~s

rhe Royal Tailors

Service

satisfy you in every particola r .

It .Will

made just
perfectly.
Citing for y4

as you dictate 'and guaranteed to
The 500 pure wool samples are
ou.

Our mrail order department is a well established and important 'branch of this
great store. flack of every article of merchandise that leaves this store we stand
with our guarantee of perfect satisfaction. You may order any 'article of
merchandlise Fron tir extensive stocks and it will be sent to you promptly all

he Campus

Bootery

308, South 'State

by return mail.

Upon receipt of your order -it is immediately filled an'd sent out

r pocia1, Saturday Oily
March 15,
New Spring Raincoats'

CHOICE CUT FLOWERS AND PLANTS
228 Chapin St. Both Phones

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Episcopal Theological School
CAMBRIDGE, MASS.
The location offers unequalled oppor

Promptness and
Perfect Satisfaction

tunity for graduate
University. For
DEAN HODGES.

catalogue address

8.50 values at 6.50
130 values at 515

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STUDENTS

There's a Reason Why
You Should

are two things we have always kept to the fore and to these we attribute the
success and popularity of our mail .order department. It is a. place through
which any, one may buy with perfect confidence, knowing that everything will be
exactly as represented. Order by mail, it is a safe and convenient way for out of
town customers to secure qiuickly anything that they wish. The parcel post
enables us to deliver at your door a greater variety of merchandise. Rememnber
that wve prepay all charges on mail orders.
The J. W. 'Knapp mail order service is brought home to the customer wher-
ever residing by means of samples and other merchandise information which will
be promptly sent upon reqjuest. Your requiest for samples will mneet with the
same promp~t andl careful attention that a large order would receive. All charges

Watch for our Saturday
Specials

Eat at Painters
RESTAURANT

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It will save you
Schaffner &

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

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709 North University Avye
112W, Huron St.

prep~aid and satisfaction guaranteed.

utz Clothing Store
217 So. Main Street

Regular Mdeals 25c
Commutation Tickets
Good in Both Places
If You Don't Gat Enough
Say So

Order by Mail--Satisfaction Guaranteed

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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. Libert

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