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THE%'MICHIGAN IDAILY

RJG H KQ&B
DETROIT
FRATERNITY JWELE R AD STATIONERS

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WE KNOW" iT 1S EARLY

NEW WHITNEY THEATRE
ALL TEIS WEEK--Mat. and Eve, Daily
PRICES-Daily Matinee at 2:15
400 Best Seats on Lower Floor, ., 250
Evenings ., ... 25c, 35c, 500
Direct from One Solid tYear in Ntewe York
City, the Thrilling, Beaut iful, Eduica-
tional Travel and Natural His-
tory Motion Pictures of
PAULN. IRAINEY'S

DB E1

J1ewelers, Stiationers, Opticians and Fraternity Jewelers
207-211 WOODWARD AVENUE, DETROIT

our Spring Oxfords are now In stock. Wihy
not select just the righti width and size now.
You can come in and get them later when
you need them. You may not be able to get
just the size you require it you wait until the
season opens. A word to the wise is suffi-
cient. Experience teaches. Come in and
see the New Englih Lasts. We haveo not
shown them in our' window as yet.

LADIES!
HAVE YOU SEEN OUR
SHADOW LCE
From Zion City, where everything i4 made on honor?
Hi. S. Pinney & Co.
The Store where a Dollar will Do its Duty. EAST LIBERTY ST., JUST OFF FROM STATE STREET

IIIAfrcnHunt

"The most marvelous mnotion pictures
ever shown."--V. ) iid.
With G.Craphic and Interesting talk by
WV. W. KIRBY, V. C.
The $i5o,ooo production secured by the
young Cleveland millionaire during a
year spent in exploration and big gamse
hunting in equatorial Africa.

BITTER SWEETS
A Strictly Modern Offering of Candy
Favorites In Old Style.
Calkins' Pharmacy,
324 So. STATE St.

Wagner C o"
State Street
Sgn~ of the 1Bi11White Shoe0

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CORNELL WILL ENTER STRONG
TEAM IN IMEET.

be forest lawn Zia IRoorn
ORDERS TAKEN FOR BANQUETS
Open Sundays
4 Forest Ave. Phone 1238-J
$10.00 TEN DOLLARS DONATION $10.00
To, anyone suggesting a suitable name itor the "Ice Cream Parlors being
installed in the State Street D, U. R. Waiting Room.I
Call for Slips at Waiting Room.I

Your

Spring

Suit Is Made By

[he oylTailors
will satisfy you in every pariculh r. It will
Smade just as you dictate and guaranteed to
perfectly. The 500 pure wool samples are
-aiting for you.

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feet 7 inches. Whinery's claim to fame
lie, in the fact that. he took second in
the hurdle events last year which were
won by Jimmie Craig. Only one hurdle
event is scheduled for the meet Satur-
day evening, and this may keep. Whin-
ery from winning more points. Snyder
and Burgdorff took second and third
respectively in the half mile last sea-
son, while Snyder also took third in
the mile run.
Michiigani Teaum Hats Point Winners.
But with all this array of talent on
the part of the Cornell athletes, a
glance at the, Michigan entry list will
show that the men who won points
against Cornell last season are right
on the job again this year, while in-
cluded on the entry roster are several
more Maize and Blue athletes. from
whom much may be expected.
Much interest is also attaching it-
self to the mile relay race, which
Michigan won last year and has an ex-
cel lent chance of taking again this
zeason. The race will not count in
thv scoring of the meet.
The entries follow :
35 yard dash: Michigan-Seward,
Lapsley, Bond, Haff, Craig, Hughes,
Baler. Cornell-Reller, Ingersoll,
i=hillippi, Mehaffy, Van Winkle.
40 yard hurdles: Michigan-Craig,
Greenze, McNabb, Jansen, B. Cohn. Cor-
nell-Whinery, Brodt, Ingersoll, Bee-
bee, Phillippi, Hanrahan.
440 yard dash.: Michigan-Hall,
Baler, Jansen, Carver, Craig. Cor-
nell-Cozzens, Spates, Cornwell, Cas-
taneda, Phillippi.
MAJESTIC..
MATINEE. TODAY
SOUVENIRS TO FIRST 240 LADIES
Jollyand Wild Co,
OPEN THURSDAY MATINEE
Seats Now Selling.

*880 yard run: Michigan--Carver,I
Brown, Jansen, Haff, Haimbaugh. Cor-
nell-Jones, Snyder, Finch, Speiden,.
Burgdorff, Chapman.
Mile run: Michigan-I-Haiubaugh,
Brown, C. M. Smith, Carver, Young.
Cornell-Jones, Finch, Brown, Spei-
den, Beckwith.
Shot put: Michigan--Kohler, H. C.
Smith. Cornell-Kanzler, Coffee, Mc-
Cutcheon, Eyrich, Lahr.
High jump: Michigan-Sargent, W.
HB. White,. Cook, Perkins. Cornell--
Brodt, Han rahan, Beal e, Castaneda,
Warner.
Pole vault: Michigan-Cook, Dask-
am, Van Kammen. Cornell-Fritz,
Milton, Van Kennen, Clark.
Mile relay: Michigan-Hall, Baier,
Craig, C. S. White, Brown,- Seward F.
Cohn, Jansen, Carver, Lapsley. Cor-
nell-Reller, Ingersoll, 'Whinery, Coz-'
zens, Castaneda.
SENIOR ADVISORS TO 31EET
WITHl CHARGES AT UNION.
Senior advisors and the fresh ]its in
their groups will hold a smoker at the
Michigan Union on Thursday evening,
:April 17. The gathering is intended to
better the acquaintance of the seniors
and thenr advisees, and will be strictly
informal. The program will include
several short talks, music, light enter-
tainment, anid eats. Tickets will be
25 cents.
, . COX SONS & PINING, New York
MAKERS OF
ACADEMIC COSTUMES
>a GCaps, Gowns s&fHoods,
for All Degrees.
3 MACK & CO., Representatives.

Buy your Spring Suit early and get first choice.
Our new Spring Woolens of the coming Season are
exclusive and will not be duplicated.
Ir, A. MYLES, 607E. William& St.

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RAPPOLD
HiINKLE3
WIRTH-LIN
SCI-IUrIANN-W INK
MURPHY
AMATO
GRISWOLD
SCOTT
STANLEY
STOCK.

MAY FESTIVAL
HILL AUDITORIUM

May 14, 15,
16, 17, 1913

Cloth Shop

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I Y LE Announcement1

RERERVED
SEATS
NOW ON SALE

he' Campus

IBootery

$3.00-$2.50
Pre-Festival Tickets may be
returned, otherwise $6.00-
$5.50.
$2.00 Sale begins Saturday,
March 22.
UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MUSIC

TH1-E CHORAL UNION
CHILDREN'S CHORUS
THOMAS ORCHESTRA
REQUIEM
LOHENGRIN
MEISTERSING ER
LAUS DEO
WALRUS AND
CARPENTER

308 South State

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Zolonia1 Cravats and

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Delpark Wash Ties

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They Are the Best
They Stand the Test
Above All the, Rest

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STUDENTS

There's a Reason Why
You Should

Be, the odci -*ot
yourown ci thes,
11 ea y Ma e Clthesare-your own in the sense of
Read Mad Clohes ownership. But tailored
clothes are yours in another higher sense-the sense of being yours in spirit. (?L For
they reflect yo'ur character--your personality--your individuality, not those of some
model who is an utter stranger to you. QI But you even get more when I make
your clothes. I have a peculiar knack enhancing your development and concealing
imperfections. QI I give you your choice of sev~ ral hundred fabrics-carry out your
most difficult desire and do everything necessary to produce a garment that you
will be proud to wear.
ALSuits *1750 Omore
Overcoats'7 5Less
Woolen il o
Made to order Made to Fit
216 S. MAIN Near Mack's

'gest Assortments In

Everything for Men

Eat ,at Painter 5s
RSTAURA N T
709 North University Ave.
112 W. Huron St,
Regular Meals 25c

utz Clo0th ing St ore,
Home of Hart Shaffner & Marx Clothes

Commutation
Good in Both

Tickets
Places

217 So. Main Street

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Say So

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Cm.Mao del, Potogr hr
We didn't believe it possible in 1912-.but our range of designs for 1913 for COLLEGE
and SCHOOL PORTRAITS--well just oome and see for yourself.

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