3'.. E MICHIGAN PAILY.
I MUM A
PAID lFOUt IS ADVANCE.
1 Should See
J UNIO0R P L AY&S ARE
For Men, Young Men and Boys
Before Going on Your Spring
for plain sew
s and Women's High Grade Shoes and
)rds. Also a full line of 'Rubber Soles at
ILMORE SHOE COMPANY
119 SOUTH MAIN
P. Purfleld, Intc.
Palace of Sweets
F~ruld xl tithe ITe C ra.
Attention to rFrotvrnitjes
ON MAIN STREET
evenings, or r<
lost-A Paul E.
E. William or
ward. Call 3
1015 E. Huron.
We have the'
prices, for anytt
music. See 'us
Grinnell Bros. 1
Sheet Music for
Sonls Music Hous
Get Four sprin;
;ance of, young woman
ring- during mid-semes- Seirwoewilbthg ssf
Call at 714 So. State
en 12:00 and 1:00 the-junior class at the firsL per"form-
129 anceo tthe juinior plays in l ar bourt
LOST playvs will be gb en -in honor of he
-- -________Schoolmasters' cluib and the Collegiate
at Whitney theater, a Alumnae, followed by a. reception in
briar pipe, Barling's the gym. Tickets for both functions
Kindly leave at Dai-, went on salec yesterday. Senior worn-
129 en nec e nly pfresent their invitations
________-. for z 'r is;-;at tomorrow night.
Sfashioned brooch be- Th re will bea dress r :hiearsal of
p Hospital and corner the t wo plays, 4h elsof
Jefferson. Call 811-1. Dreamns" and "Daily (*Li'e" i abu
,eturn to 337 E. Jeff er- gymnasium tonight at7:0 occk
129 The casts are composed of 100,women
___ -___ who have been trined by. P ,rf. Her-;
Wirt fountain pen on bert L. Kelnyon all semester. The
State streets, Sunday. staging of tlxh lays will beeabort1-,
phone 333 Bell. 129 several shifts being utsed inth cor'e
-- - of the shows.
d foot ball watch fob. The plays Thursday evening will
on back. 129 prcedel the reception to theSchiool-
_________masters' club andColgaeAu ae
Nu fraternity pin.Re- At the latter affair thetasswhc
97. L. -B. Kingery, were to be given at thebaue will
129 bo offered.
_ By special ipermnission from the ian-
best goods at lowest for play comm '!Ite, women'who :so tae-
Bing in the realm' of sire may present~ theirbnqe tick-
before purchasing. ets foradiio to tb h plays at
20 and 122 E. Liberty the Thursday evening perf'ormanc)ie.
125-132 General admissi_:on to bo.th pcr~rir-
Inces is to he1by tIck-ets wihareI
FSouvenir Scores and an sale at 25 cents in the(eat-, corridor
sale at Schaeberle & ,f the library today frco8:0 until
Be. tf j : 00 o'clock.
The committee in charge consists of
Lg suit now. Style and Dean Myra B T. Jordan , Lir'.ee igalke ,
C- J. Kid. 112 S.Marjorio Nicholson, and Cairoline Dow.,
HEADQUARTERS FOR, CGOD DRSSEaS
I ' The dI ew Spr'ing Mdid ls arc no^(w 1bing SIbown at
Hayle's Mllinry,206'lB. LibeUy
HA i Go1a pe ia t Phone 130-J
A oorcycle Fit for College Men
tti season---when good clothes take on new importance-
we mnake unusual efforts to provide for every requirement, and
our di Sp :ay is more comprehensive than ever.
Young Men's Suits, neither in staple modelis or the new Eng-
lish effects, coats 30 to 32 inches long, two or th rea buttoned,
flat or soft roll lapels, beautifully tailored, are now being sh~own
An inspection of our SPRING CLOTHING will ccnvince you of
the up- ca-dateness of our Clothing Department.
F,. U41l 1-1TI CO.
swriter R .rsairirxxj Phoma e 1361wL
meet or beat any price made on a typewriter, Sale or rental.
D. F. WOODWARD
r Savings Bank Bldg, Second Floor Ann Arbor, Mich..I
siy , :sa.ma"
209 Swath State Street
Gives Clean, Wholesome Board at
$4.00 per Week. Safe Drinking
C. C Froorxxvhjn, Proprietor
Ltod~ 1~fhn withHatorCp
lmWae Clothes to MxattchC
Spring styles in
Neckwear and Shirts
V.D."IT~A1IuA~~ Po rosknit~
Qintex" I~ W ~ 5 Coopers"
VARSITY TOGGkRY SHOP
1107 S. University.Av.
the arrival of the new Woolens for Spring and
IfUniversity. Phone 1530-J.
Does your suit need altering? Altera-
tions our specialty. C. J. Kidd, 1112 S.
University. Phone 1530-J.
We press by hand. Ladies' and Gen-
tlemen's clothing carefully pressed by
experienced tailors. C. J. Kidd, 1112
South University Avenue.
CL ASS'PRE SIDENTfS TO WORK
ON UNXIFOR-3 HONOR, SYSTEM.
Counmittece is Appoulited at, iieetinga
Sunday to Draw Up Definite
Meeting at the Michigan Union Sun-
day afternoon, the presidents of a ma-
jority of the classes on the campus,
with Howard W. Wilson, '13, acting as
chairman, appointed a committee to
draw up tentative plans for an honor
system to be used in examinations,
which, if accepted by them, will be
presented to their various classes for
The committee, consisting of Ralph
M.. Snyder, '14L, chairman, S. A.
Stealy, '15M, Clifford C. Glover, '13P,
and 11. Pelham, '16, will present its
report at the next meeting of the
presidents" tomorrow afternoon at
5:00 o'clock, at which the plans will
be discussed and any desired changes
The aim is. to prepare a system
which shall be uniform all over the
campus, and, if such a scheme can be
agreed upon, all the classes will be
requested to take the matter up and
act upon' the plans which will be
SOCIL IVRKEISW L VLN
LOCAL SCHOOL PLAYGRO1lV0N1)lS
After the spring recess, practical
experience inl conducting play-
grounds will be at the command of
some 20 or 30 university students in
connection with a plan for providingi
the, local schools with playgrounds.
Coaching the baseball and track teams
will be the principal feature. The
work will be taken charge of by the
social workers' committee, of which;
F. A. Middlebush, '13, is chairman..
Those interested should confer with;
him, or with Harvey Rosa, or A. E.
Gilman, '14, before April 3.
Mr. Raymond Wyer, directora of the
Hackley Museum of Art at Musk egon
will lecture on "Trhe Art Wh icha En-
dures" tonight at 8:00 p. m. in the
high school auditorium. The talk is
open to the public and is given under
the auspices of the Ann Arbor Art as-
Mr. Wyer is not only an art student.,
lecturer and critic, but has received
wide recognition as an artist. In his
talk tonight he will explain the cans-
as of periods of decadience in art. He
will also discuss the various schools
with special referce= to the extreme
-T. Y. 8STATE t'LIr., TO 1DINE
AT UNT N T )IORO WNWII
Prof.. Aigler, of the law department,
will be the principal speaker at the
annual banquet of the New York State
club, which will be held tomorrow ev-
Uming at 8:00 o'clock at the Michigan
Union. R. C. Harter, '13, will officiate
as toastmaster and 3. A. Otto, '13E,
M. T. Chamberlin, '16, and 3. A.
K~eane, '14, will respond to toasts.
Laws Pick Toledo as Banqueting Spot
Toledo has been chosen, by the sen-
ior lawr class, as the place where they
will hold their annual banquet on
May 3. The result of this ballot will.
be the petitioning of the senate coun-
-il by the class, for permission to hold
the dinner at this place, since the re-
cent legislation of the univer,. , sen-
tle has barred all out of towAn franc-
;;ons of this description.
Episopalan Suens toB anquet.
Preside~nt Harry B. Hutchins, the
Rt. Rev. Charles B. Williams, Bishop
)if Michigan, Professor R. M. We nley,
_md Prof. .C J. Tilden will speak at a
Janquet given by the faculIty mein-
ers and students affiliated vwith the
episcopal church tomorrow igh;lt at
6:00 o'clock. D)r. Henry Tatlck , will
preside as toastmaster.
Engineer iSpe:;akson Cam iad. Locks.
"Ship Canals and Locks" will be the
subject of a talk to be given by Mr.
L C. Sabin, U. S. engineer, of Sault
Ste. Marie, this afternoon at 4:00
o'clock, in room 348 engineering build-
;n g. It will be open to the p~ublic..
18d113 P enderson--a H. P., 4 Cylinders, Chain Drive, Big 'sirs-$325
Thoem's diostinction to a Henderson.
It is quiet. Its lines are long and clean, It Is low and "racy." That's how it
irnprcsses the fuan who seeas if go by.
It is easy ridintg. It rUTS withiout vibration. It Is powerful and flexible to a degrae
imuiossihle with less than four cylinders.
If you want a rasl experi.ence this summer-ono that'you will always treasure-
tour the country astride a Hendearson.
Write for the catalogue
115 8 Cv:ss Aveanue Detroit, Mich.
Stfuf let and Elliott
91t 0 East W ashingon St. ®6istrfibutors for Washtenaw County
ST E NT'SANEVERYBODY ELSE
Stop at the niew store just around the coilnei off ,from Stale
Stre_- at 614 E. Libe rty .St., bef'ore making your purchase and
exam';ne our stock. rWe can sa:ve you steps and money.
TESTr0R WHE1RE A D0OLA.R DOES ITS DUTY
H.S. Pnney & Co.
Iers Former Store]
d:']:.ti !^v:.3Y , r7.... 'a_.._.':'L .. ... . -L." ,- CGe:.,.y:: 'F1 7t:W
ive You Tried Us?
Cox SONS & VINING, New York
Caps, Cowns & Hoods'
for All Degraes.
az ~MACK & CO, RepresentativesI
Ii: ' ' s,
For sale in Ann Arbor by
Wa gner a-& Co
Beautiful Poster Souvenirs
Free at) all Matinee Patrons
ON STATE STREET
We Serve I-of Linches
G0~ UP THE HURON
YPSI ATI-- Twelve miles. Time,
four hlours. Tfotal cost, inC11(in..
rent of canoe, dlray andI
IA nE-IA' fD, and down the Huron,
TPhisrfv-five miles Time, one dlay.
Total-cost. includcing r-ent $2
of cauoe, dray andi freight Jt
. o . Boat House
North Main: St..-iBy the Bridge
P. G. Ti SSMEII, Prop.
For a Quiet Afternoon
Southern and 1i
IT aMr'AnArbor De o
P'erch IDry and Steam Cleaning
Repertoire Bell 628 204 E. Wash'ington St.
and Juliet, L. R. WAHIL. Manager.
Each day brings new. assortment of the nobbiest spring clothing fir 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 Sits and Overcoats at sac-
rifice :prices.In Fel