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March 20, 1913 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1913-03-20

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THE A'ICHIGAN DAILY

Going Away? Vacation ?
Go away like a Prince.
You can do it for a Moderate price.
A suit shaped and d-aped to fit only
you and tailored-to-measure in accord
with your own ideas by our expert tai-
lormen, will contibute to your pleasure
and profit.
That very best girl at home has an
eye for the fellow with smart tailored
clothes. It is none too early to order
if you don't want to B disappointed
when the train pulls out.

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Suits to Order, $20 up

J. Kar Malcolm,

East Liberty

Malcolm Block

SENIOR LITS CONTINUE WORK
- OF ROUNDING UP AFFAIRS.
Near Grads Unable to Decide on Date
and Place of "Swing Out;"
Canes Due Soon.
Senior lits meeting yesterday after-
noon to consider the date and place
of holding the annual "swing out,"
were about equally divided as to
whether it should be held in Hill Audi-
torium or in University Hall: Only a
small number were present, so the
matter was not brought to a vote.
It was proposed that the exercises
be postponed until the middle of May,
so that they might be held in Hill Au-
ditorium, but this was met by the argu-
ment that it would be better to hold
the "swing out" about the usual date
and in University Hall, so as to be able
to claim the distinction of being the
last class to hold the ceremony in the
old landmark.
Another proposal was to the effect
that the "swing out" be held the same
week as the spring games, so as to
make a week of festivities such as is
the custom at Cornell. It was also
suggested that the caps and gowns be
worn the remainder of the week fol-
lowing the ceremony, and twice a week
for the rest of the semester. Neither
question, however, came to a vote.
The class voted its share toward
buying caps and sweaters for the all-
lit hickey team, which lost the recent
series by one game. The provision
was made that the cooperation of the
other classes be secured, since the
freshmen are the only others so far
,who have made such an appropriation.
The canes are expected to arrive
Saturday morning, and, if possible,
will be distributed by the committee
before or during the "Altitude Hop"
in Barbour gym Saturday afternoon.
FEBRUARY NUMBER OF "THE
TECHNIC" IS PUT ON SALE.

ESCORTS TO "ALTITUDE HOP"
ARE TABOO, SAYS MANAGEMENT

Committee to Provide Many
Features for Saturday's
Affair.

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Novel

Diffident damsels and unsocial stu-
dents are the main targets for the
sellers of tickets for the all-lit "Alti-
tude Hop" which will be held in Bar-
bour gym Saturday afternoon. Escorts
are absolutely unnecessary, declare the
committeemen, and students are being
strongly urged to come alone, so as to
make the party of a most informal na-
ture.
Both men and women students are
to be provided with programs of an
aeroplane shape. Large letters will
be placed along the side of the gym to
provide trists at which one may find
his partner with less trouble than has
been the case in other years.
Chaperones for the dance are Prof.
and Mrs. T. E. Rankin, Prof. and Mrs.,
J. R. Brumm, Prof. and Mrs G. L.
Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Hamilton,
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Campbell, and Mr.
and Mrs. M. C. Weir.

NEW WHITNEY THEATRE
ALL THIS WEEK--Mat. and Eve, Daily
PRICES-Daily Matinee at 2:15
400 Best Seats on Lower Floor, . . 25c
Evenings.........25c, 350, 50c
Direct from One Solid Year in New York
city, the Thrilling, Beautiful, Educa-
tional Travel and Natural His-
tory Motion 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 $yooooo production secured by the
young Cleveland millionaire during a
year spent in exploration and big game
hunting in equatorial Africa.

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There's a Reason Why
You Should

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Regular Meals 25o
Commutation Tickets
Good in Both Places
If You Don't Get Enough
Say So

Eat at Painter's
RESTAURANT

STUDENTS

109 North University Ave.
112 W. Huron St.

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

UNIVERSITY NOTICES.

7419 West Liberty St.

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Opera orchestra rehearsal tonight at
the Union at 7:00 o'clock.
Senior engineer invitation commit-
tee will receive additional order and
payments for invitations in the engi-
neering society rooms today from 8:00
to 11:00 o'clock and on Friday from
10:0 to 12:00 and 1:00 to 5:00 o'clock.
Tickets for this week's membership
dance will be placed on sale at the
desk in the Union this afternoon at
5:00 o'clock.
HONOR SYSTEM IDEA DECLARED
CHIEF FACTOR.
(Continued from page 1.)
as guests of honor, and Lazear paid
his respects in a short witty talk.
Rolfe Spinning talked on the success
and plans of the senior advisors, and
musical selections were rendered by
President Selden S. Dickincon and
Howard Wilson.
About 65 were present at the dinner.
William C. Trible presided as toast-
master.
NO LIMIT IS IMPOSED ON MEET
ENTRIES.

Special Rexall Week, March 7 to 22
All over the United States, Canada, and England, six thousand
Rexall agents are united to promote the Rexall Policy of Better Goods,
Better Prices and Better Satisfied Customers.
Rexall truly signifies Highest Possible Quality at Lowest Possible
Prices.
Rexall Week will be specially observed with bargains in Rexall
Remedies, Statiopery, Rubber,,Goods, and Candy.
The 'People Stop at
THE REXALL DVG STORE
ID C. EDSILL, Paroprietor
132 So. Maim Street Prescrption Spools lists
The .Ann' Arbor, Press,
OFFICIAL PRINTERS TO THE UNIVERSITY
AND
Printers of Student Publications

PPOLD
INKLE
WIRTHLIN
SCHUrIANN-HEINK
MURPHY
AMATO
GRISWOLD
SCOTT
STANLEY
STOCK

MAY FESTIVAL
HILL AUDITORIUM

May 14, 15,
16,17I, 1913

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SALE

$2 50

THE CHORAL UNION
CHILDREN'S CHORUS
THOMAS ORCHESTRA
REQUIEM
LOH ENGRIN
MEISTERSINGER
LAUS DEO
WALRUS AND
CARPENTER

Tickets may be
otherwise $6.00-

Sale begins Saturday,

OF MUSIC

ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW at the
FAR. THEATRE -
George Sposhthelf, Receiver
C
v~
Pre-E inence
on track or campus depends o! the up-to-the-
minute fitness of proper trainit-. TaI~e
a part of the system. It will help over training trials and do you good
besides. A healthful, delicious beverage-full of life and vigor.
Delicious - Refreshii g
Tist a-QueD i 4
Demand the Genuine-Refusc Substitutes
ver THE COCA-COLA CO.
,e ank ATLANTA, GA,. .
!aCole.

The February number of "The Tech-
nic" made its appearance on the cam-
pus yesterday, the delay being caused
by the inability of the printer to get
the magazine out in the scheduled
time. The feature of the number is
an extract from the report of the Roy-
al commission on the Quebec bridge
disaster, compiled by Prof. C. J. Tilden.
Mr. F. N. Menefee contributed a short
article on "The Comparison of Gravity
and Arch Dams." A Biography of Prof.
L. M. Gram also appears in the current
issue. Copies of the magazine may be
obtained at the engineering society.
room in the engineering building.
ROYON AND KENNEDY LEAD IN
UNION BRIDGE TOURNAMENT.
As a result of the third round in the
Union bridge tournament played last
night, C. H. Royon, '13L, and J. J. Ken-
nedy, '13L lead with a score of 6384.-
L. HaIler, '14L, and K. J. Mohr, '14L,
are second with 4936 and J. E. Bond,
'14, and R. Wheat, '14, third with 4271.
The winners will be decided before
spring vacation.
DRAMA LEAGUE WILL BEGIN
STUDENT MEMBER CAMPAIGN
A campaign for student members
wlil be begun immediately by the Ann
Arbor branch of the Drama League
of America. At present there are only
five students who have joined the or-
ganization, while 168 townspeople
have taken advantage of thi oppor-
tunity to become acquainted with the
bet dramas through the reading class-
es which have been established.
Law Professor Unable to Meet Classes,
Prof. E. R. Sunderland, of the law
department, who is confined to his
home with la grippe was unable to1
meet his classes In practice court yes-
terday but hopes to do so today.
Dr. MeCotter to Leave University. I
Rollo E. McCotter, assistant instruc-z
tor in anatomy, has resigned from thet
faculty of the department to practicef
medicine in Lawrence, Mich. Dr. Mc-t
Cotter has been connected with theP
university since 1904, both as a stu-
dent and an instructor. C

Press Building

(Continued from page 1.)
event on Saturday, but will probably
be saved for the half or quarter mile.
Haff is granted the quarter mile
without hesitation, but whether Cor-
nell or Michigan will reap the harvest
in the remaining places is an uncer-
tainty. Both Jansen and Baier are
far from being slouches at this dis-
tance, and will have an advantage of
running behind the probable winner
as the contending entrants are started
on opposite sides of the track.
An interesting duel should develop
in the half mile between Carver of
Michigan and the renowned Jones of
Cornell, with the possibility of Haff
doubling up and entering this longer
run. Jones will also appear in the
mile against Haimbaugh, and if the
Cornell runner is forced to extend him-
self in the half, "Heinie" should have
no trouble in taking him into camp.
Firsts in two of the three field events
are fairly certain to fall into the hands
of the Maize and Blue representatives,
with Kohler heaving the shot and Sar-
gent working in the high jump. Fritz,
from Ithaca, from his previous marks
is accorded the pole vault. Seconds
and thirds should be garnered without
serious opposition by Michigan, ex-
cept in the shot put where Kanzler
looks good to press Kohler in weight
heaving distance.
With the counting of thirds, Michi-
gan's score shouldhbe fattened consid-
erably, and that these points will be
needed to give the Wolverines a safe
margin over the visitors is seen when
the unreliability of results in the short
dashes and hurdles is considered. Five
tallies that appeared to be easy for
Michigan to win are lost with the an-
nouncement that the relay will not
count for points.

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

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Would It Be Worth 25c
To You To
Recover $10.00
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

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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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Spring

H 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.
FRED W. GROSS, 123 E. Libert

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