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March 18, 1913 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1913-03-18

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Putting your money into a suit made
your order is like putting it in the bank,
r smart clothes of ftne quality are a real
3set. They make you look better and
Id to your confidence.
Will you spend just ten minutes with us to-
orrow in going over the wonderful assortment
spring fabrics. You need not think of placing
. order, but do hF-ve a look. See what a fair
penditure will secure in the way of a "made as
u want it suit."

DETROIT
FRATERNITY JEWELERS AND STATIONERS
.l ewelers, Stationers, Opticians and, Fraternity Jewelers
207-211 WOODWARD AVENUE, DETROIT

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SHIRTS TO ORDER

PROF. DE MURALT'S LEAVING
IS BLOW TO FENCERS CLUB.
Series of Contests is Scheduled With
.Detroit Y. 1. C. A. Foismen
and Other Teams.
Fencing in the university will lose
a firm friend and supporter when
Prof. de Muralt leaves to accept a po-
sition in the business world.
Not only was he instrumental in or-
ganizing the women's fencing associ-
ation, but he promoted the interests of
the students fencer's club by forming
a team among the university club
members to meet with the students
and give them practice in actual com-
petition.

FINAL MAT CONTEST TO BE
HELD AT GYMNASIUM TODAY

NEW WHITNEY THEATRE
ALL THIS WEEK-Mat, and Eve. Daily
PRICES-Daily Matinee at 2:15S
400 Best Seats on Lower Floor, .. 250
Evenings........250, 350, 500
Direct from One Solid Year in New York
City, the Thrilling, Beautiful, ]Educa-
tional Travel and Natural His-
tory Moton Pictures of
PAUL i. RAINEY'S
African Hunt
"The most marvelous motion pictures
ever shown."-N. Y. World.
With Graphic and Interesting talk by
W. W. KIRBY, V. C.
The $25,000 production secured by the
young Cleveland millionaire during a
ear spent in exploration and big game

STUDENTS

There's a Reason Why

109 North niversity Ave,

J. K. Malcolm

East Liberty

Malcolm Block

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Eat at- Painter's

Engraved Loving Cups Will Be Given
Wrestling Champions as in
Past Years.
The word "finis" will be attached to
the wrestling season this afternoon
when the championship of the heavy-
weight class Will be determined in a
bout between Watson and Lightner.
With the decision in this match, all
mat affairs will be cleaned up except
the awarding of the trophies to the
victors of the four weights.
Dr. May has arranged to present the
individual champions with loving cups
as has been his custom for several
years. As it is desired to have the
names of the winner engraved on the
trophies, Dr. May wishes that they
turn in their names and addresses to
him.
The match on the boards for this
afternoon will begin at 4:00 o'clock
and will be refereed by Peterson.

If You Don't -Gt Enough
Say. So

Comnmuttion

Tickets

hutlgi qatra fia

Regular Meals 25c

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Henna & Stanger
Up-to-Date
Furniture, Rugs, Carpets
Draperies
Goods of Quality at Lowest Prices

GIRLS!

GIRLS!

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A meeting between the faculty foils-
men and the student exponents of the
art had been planned for last week,
but the absence of Prof. de Muralt ne-
cessitated its postponemexit. As the
fencers club is in dire need of practice
to get in readiness for the bouts with
outside institutions that they have
scheduled, it is probable that the fac-
ulty men will not abandon their fenc-
ing efforts, but will select another
man from their ranks to complete the
fencing team.
in addition to the practice meets
with the faculty men, the student's
club has arranged a series of bouts
with the Detroit Y. M. C. A. which will
be held in that city, shortly after
spring vacation.

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GIRLS ! of

MRS. W. L. RICKEY ANNOUNCES HER
Easter Opening
S PRINGMILLINER
Thursday and Friday, March 20 and 21
Corner of Huron and Thayer

7-119 West Liberty St.
iciaI Rexall Week, March I7lo 22
All over the United States, Canada, and England, six thousand
L1 agents are united to promote the Rexall Policy of Better Goods,
r Prices and Better Satisfied Customers.
Rexall truly signifies Highest Possible Quality at Lowest Possible

I Week will be specially observed with bargains in Rexall
tationery, Rubber Goods, and Candy.
The People Stop at
D REXALL DRVG STO E
E C. EDiMLLB Propretor
tn. Street Prescription S pecilissts

UNION OPERA MEN WILL NOT GO
TO DETROIT.
(Continued from page 1.)
not be given in Detroit as first plan-
ned numerous reservations will no
doubt be made by the alumni there.
Last night the choruses under the
direction of Bert St. John practically
covered the second act. Tonight at
7:00 o'clock the entire chorus will re-
hearse.

CANCER PATIENT SUCCUMBS
AFTER UNSIJAL OPERATION
William A. Smith, of Augusta, Mich-
igan, who recently underwent an oper-
ation in the university hospital for
cancer at the base of the brain, was
buried at Kalamazoo yesterday. Al-
though many conflicting reports were
circulated at the time of the operation
relative to its exact nature, it was not
denied that the operation was a most
remarkable one. In order to remove
the cancer it was necessary to cut
through the man's skull. The tissue
from the brain of a dog was said to
have been used to protect the brain
cells where the cancer was cut away.
The patient remained in the universi-
ty hospital until a few days ago when
he was removed to his home at Augus-
ta.
UNUSUAL INTEREST SHOWN
IN AMERICAN ART EXHIBIT.

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GREATER THAN EVER

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES.

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Festival

Days--Five Concerts---Hill Auditorium

vold, Schumann-
Hinkle, Wirthlin,
by Amato, G rs-'
Scott.
versity Choral Union:
Children's Chorus
Thoman Orchestra
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
namesto the office.
CHARLES A. SINK, Sec.

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The Glee club will hold a special re-
hearsal tonight at 7:00 o'clock in U.
Hall.
An important meeting of the senior
literary class will be held tomorrow
afternoon at 4:00 o'clock in Tappan
hall. "1 + 1
Girls glee club will meet in New-
berry hall Wednesday, 5:00 p. m.
Tryouts for the Adelphi debating
team, which will meet the represen-
tatives of Alpha Nu in the annual cup
contest, have been postponed until Fri-
day, March 28.
Senior engineer invitation commit-
tee will receive additional orders and
payments for invitations in the engi-
neering society rooms on Thursday,
8:00 to 11:00 o'clock and Friday, 10:00
to 12:00 o'clock and 1:00 to 5:00

Would It Be Worth 25c
To You To
Recover$1.0
A WANT AD was inserted in the
Michigan Daily, offering reward
for the return of a valuable Gold
Watch. It cost 25c to insert the
advertisement. The Watch has
been found and returned by one
the Daily's readers.
CASES LIKE THIS OCCUR EVERY DAY
The busy little Daily 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.

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e Ann Arbor Press
r OFFICIAL PRINTERS TO THE UNIVERSITY
AND
inters of Student Publications

Art lovers are waking to the im-
portance of the exhibit of American il-
lustrators now being held in Memorial
hall, and the number of visitors is in-
creasing by hundreds every day.
More than 200 drawings are display-
ed in the collection, which is the prop-
erty of the Society of National Illus-
trators. They are for the most part
the originals of drawings which have
appeared in the magazines, either as
cover designs, or frontispieces, or il-
lustrations for stories and articles.
The originals are much larger than the
reproductions in print and they offer
a fine field of study in the methods
and principals of illustration. Many
of the pictures are in color, but the
pen-and-ink and wash drawings pre-
dominate. Among the artists repre-
sented are, Joseph Pennell, Charles
Dana Gibson, S. Benda, Harrison Cady,
Will Foster, James M. Flagg, Louis
Hitchcock, C. Allen Gilbert, Raymond
Perry and Vernon Howe Bailey. The
exhibit will remain for another week.

O'clock.
Michigan Boosters Feted in Detroit.
Premananda Das, '12P, and S. M.
Bal, who are leaving for India, where
they will boost Michigan and the Cos-
mopolitan movement by means of il-
lustrated lectures, were tendered a
farewell banquet by Dr. Shippen, pas-
tor of the First Unitarian church in
Detroit Saturday evening.

See Us when you want something fine in Dance
and Banquet Programs.

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Telephone 27

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RE-ORGANIZATION SALE

toes

At Big

BY
The Gilmore Shoe Company
Formerly Wm. P. Purlield, Incorporated

Continued

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Discount

119 South Main

Street

Week

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Spring

LI 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.

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FRED W. GROSS, 23 E. Liberty

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