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.THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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iore Shoe Coffl any
LI RMERILY
WILLIAM P. PURFIELD, Incorporated

Things Different

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EASTER CLOTHING

CHARLES H. BUNNELL

For Men, Young Men and Boys

Meno's Clothes

BRITISH WOOLENS, $55.00 AND UPWARD

Beg to Announce their

69 West Fort Street

Detroit

Spring Opening
A Fll Line of Smart Shoes
9 South Main Street

ADS IN THIS COLUMN ARE TO BE
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.

WANTED.
Wanted-A single room or suite
young lady. Phone 1222-L.

for
123

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Pedace of Sweets
Down Town
LET
Furnish the Ice Cream

FOR SALE.
For Sale-16 ft. Oldtown canoe in good
condition; with 2 paddles and ring.
Call 2117-L. 123
Don't buy new razor blades until you
have to. Bring your dull blades to us
and we will put them in better condi-
tion than new ones. Our electric au-
tomatic grinder will put a keen edge
on any blade.

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Attention to Fr. ternities
end Sororities
ON MAIN STREET

H. L. Switzer Co.,
310 S. State' St.'

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any price made on a typewriter, sale or rental.
D. F. WOODWARD
ak Bldg. Seeond Floor . Ann Arbor. Mich.

9h Sbb ree
909 Souath State Street

The best guitar or mandolin for you
to buy is made by the world's famed
Martin factory. See and try these
beautiful instruments at Schaeberle
and Son's Music House. tf
On March 26, after 8:30 p. m., our
store will be open until 11:30 p. m.
"Contrarie Mary" music now on sale.
Grinnell Bros., 120 and 122 E. Liberty
St. Yellow and Blue 15 cents per copy.
Standard Michigan Song Book $1.00.
123-124

Wholesome Board at
eek. Safe Drinking

Get your spring suit now. Style
ft guaranteed. C. 1. Kidd, 1112
Univ. Ave., Phone 1530-J.

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So.
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Easter Suit
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style with Hat or

TY TOGGERY SHOP
7 S. University Ave.

U.OF M.

BOAT LIVERY

For a Quiet Afternoon
or Evening,

THEATRICAL CIRCLES.
Mrs. Carter in "Zaza."
With so brilliant an actress as Mrs.
Leslie Carter in the title role of "Za-
za," the one characterization essential-
ly her own, and which she made so
famous some years ago, the Whitney
theater on Saturday April 5 should be
overflowing with all admirers of ar-
tistic and powerful acting, for on that
date Mrs. Carter will present the play
in this city.
At the Majestic.
The only authentic moving pictures
taken of the recent Inauguration at
Washington will be shown at the Ma-
jestic.theater at every performance
today and tomorrow, matinees and
nights. These interesting pictures will
show the parades, and all the additional
features that transpired March 4. They
will be shown as an added feature in
addition to the regular vaudeville
shows.
CALIFORNIA ATTORNEY WILL
LECTURE ON ADMIRALTY LAW
"Irrigation Law" is the stibject for
a series of lectures to be given begin-
ning tomorrow to law students, by Mr.
John B. Clayborg, formerly of the Uni-
versity of Montana and now a practic-
ing lawyer in San Francisco. The lec-
tures will be held in room G of the
law building every afternoon this
week at 3:00 o'clock.
PROF. NEWCOMBE TO EXPLAIN
SURVEYS TO FORESTRY CLUB.
Prof. Frederick C. Newcombe, of the
botany department, wll address thb
Forestry club on'Natural History Sur-
veys," tomorrow night at 7:30 o'clock,
in room 407 of the engineering build-
ing. Admission will be 25 cents.

FIELD POETRY PRIZE AMAIN
OFFERED FOR COMPETITION
Entries For Annual Contest Must Be.
Submitted to Prof. Scott
By April 21.
The Field poetry prize of $100 will
be offered again this year for the best
poem written by an undergraduate.
Nelson C. Field, of Kansas City, Mo.,
who has donated a similar prize for
the past four years, ahs notified Prof.
F. N. Scott of his desire to renew the
offer.
The subject matter and length of the
compositions is left to the choice of
the contestant, the only rule of the
contest being that the poems must be
the work of a Michigan undergradu-
ate. All entries for the contest must
be in the hands of Prof. Scott by April
21. Members of the rhetoric faculty
will act as judges, and their decision
will be announced the first week in
May.
MARCH PAINTED WINDOW TO
CONTAIN REVIEW OF NOVEL.
The March issue of the "Painted Win-
dow," which is to be called the "Good
Cheer" number, will make its appear-
ance the latter part of this week.. It
will contain several features, among
which is an innovation known as the
"Book Reyiew Department,"containing
a treatment of Robert Harrick's latest
novel.
Charles Phelps Cushing, '07, now on
the staff of "Collier's Weekly,"has con-
tributed a story called "Some Uses of
Adversity," which he wrote at the re-
quest of the editors. A complete nov-
elette by Leonard Kline, '14, entitled
"To the Queen's Taste," is one of the
features.
UPPERCLASS WOMEN TO PLAY
IN SECOND GAME OF SERIES.
Senior women will play the juniors
this afternoon in the second basket-
ball game of their series at 5:00
o'clock in Barbour gym. The seniors
won the last game,and if they maintain
their past record will win the title of
upperclass champions.
Since the sophomore women have
defeated the freshmen in two games,
the '15 women are to battle with the
upperclass victors for the campus
championship. The university cham-
pions will be awarded a silver cup and
a silk banner. No date has been set
for the final contest.
UNION EMPLOYMENT BUREAU
HAS SUMMER JOBS ON FILE.
The Michigan Union employment bu-
reau has received letters from firms
wishing to engage students to do sum-
mer canvassing. The offers made by
these companies are varied, and give
opportunities in every part of the coun-
try.
Any students interested in such work
may get the details of the situgtions
offered at the regular office hours of
the committee, from 4:30 to 5:30
o'clock Monday, Friday, and Wednes-
day. Several waiting jobs are also on
file with the bureau.
Hold Third Saxophone Tharty Thursday

1913 Henderson-8 H. P., 4 Cylinders, Chain Drive, Big Tires-$325

HEADQUARTERS FOR GOOD DRESSERS

There's distinction to a Henderson.
it is quiet. its lines are long and clean. It is low and "racy." That's how it
impresses the man who sees it go by.
it is easy riding. It runs without vibration. It is powerful and flexible to a degree
impossible with less than four cylinders.
If you want a real experience this summer--one that you will always treasure-
tour the country astride a Henderson.
Write for the catalogue
Hender son Motorcycle Co.
1158 Cass Avenue Detroit, Mich.
ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW at the
%Wftk & Ps-gra 3M
STAR THEATRE
GeorgeS SpeAthlf, R.ecelver

The New Spring Models are now being shown at
Hayley's Millinery, 206 13. Liberty
Hair Goods a Specialty Phone 1390-J
See the World's Star Hosiery
"THE KIND THAT WEARS"
Beauty and Strength Combined. Agency at 626 E.Liberty
ertrudeL.Ruddtroves dg., caor. State a,d*liberty. Entrnce on
derty, Up Stairs, Room 1. PONE539-
AMotOrCYCle Fit for College Men

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At this season-when good clothes take on new importance-
we make unusual efforts to provide for every requirement, and
our display is mere comprehensive than ever.
Young Men's Suits, either in staple models or the new Eng-
lish effects, coats 30 to 32 inches long, two or three buttoned,
flat or soft roll lapels, beautifully tailored, are now being shown
by us.
An inspection of our SPRING CLOTHING will convince you of
the up-to-dateness of our Clothing Department.
J. F. WU ERTH CO.

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SAMPLER

GO UP THE HURON
Canoe Trips
YPSILANTI- Twelve miles. Time,
four hours.. Total cost, including
rent of canoe, dray and $173
fAKELAND, and down the Huron,
Thirty-five miles. Time, one day.
'total cost. including rent $2
of canoe, dray and freight $ "0
U. of M. Boat House
North Main St. By the Bridge
P. G. TESSMER, Prop.

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COX SONS & VINING, New York
MAKERS OF
ACADEMIC COSTUMES
Caps, Cowns & Hoods
for All Degrees.
MAK & 01, Represeiltaties

The third Wright Saxophone party
will be held at the Union Thursday
night, March 27, instead of April 3, as'
was previously announced. The dance
will be informal and music from "Con-
trarie Mary" will be featured.

Mu hli & Schmid
205 South Main Street

Dollar will Do Its Duty.

EAST LIBERTY ST., JUST OFF FROM STATE STREET

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ring Goods are Arriving Daily
Each day brings new assortment of the nobbiest spring clothing for young men.
Easter comes early and you will have to think of your Easter clothes sooner than usual. Look
over our large stock before purchasing. A few Fall and Winter Suits andOvercoats at sac-
rifice prices.
Reule, Conlin, Fi

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