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April 04, 1913 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1913-04-04

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THE VICHIGAN DAILY

" SHO
Our J. & M. Oxfords are exact reproduc-
tions of the English Flat Last $14 Bench made
Shoes, and sell for $6.00. See them.

DET
FRATERNITY JEWELE
Jewelers, Stationers, Opticia
207-211 , OOD WARD
Cb e forest X
OPEN FOR THEATRE
604 Forest Ave.

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ns ad Fraternity Jewelers
AVENUE, DETROIT
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AND OPERA PARTIES
Phone 1238-J
letes will compete on Ferry field. Ow-
ing to the fact that the Eastern Inter-
collegiate occurs at the end of the
month, it was deemed practically im-
possible to fix the meet any later than"
this, as was the intimated wish of
some of the schoolmasters.
There was some discussion as to the
time when the entry lists for the meet
would close at the meeting yesterday PRICES]
afternoon, but it was finally settled 35c - 50c - 75C - $1.00 - $1.
that entries would be received up until
10 days before the dates set for the Seat Sale Wednesday, April 2
meet.

WHITNEY THEATRE
FRIDAY, APRIL 4

WHITNEY THEATRE
JOHN CORT WILL PRESENT
MRS, LESLIE
CARTIER'
in her greatest
success
A "ZZ"
A Large and Elaborate
Production and an
Excel lent
Cast
SCALE-OF PRICES
35 - 50 - 75 - 1.00 - 1.50 - 2.00
Seat Sale Thursday, April 3

PREP MEET TO COME BACK TO
FERRY FIELD.

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Wagner ACoo
State Street
S1gn of the Ba White Sho0

(Continued from page 1.)
the eligibility of the teams entering
the meet. They must satisfy a commit-
tee of five members, three of whom
will be selected from the ranks of the
pedagogues.
A date for the annual Interscholas-
tic has not yet been decided upon by7
the Michigan authorities, but it is
probable that May 23 and 24 will be
the days on which the high school ath-

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Theatre,

Mon., April 7

oth Shop

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Buy your Spring Suit early and get first choice.
Our new Spring Woolens of the coming Season are
exclusive and will not be duplicated.

A. C. DELEMATE R Annonnoes

1 A. MYLES,

607 E. Williams St.

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The Countess Coquette
A PARISIAN VAUDEVILLE FROM TtlE FRENCH OF MARCELLE JAVERIERE.
Lyrics by MELVILLE ALEXANDER Music by ANATOL FRIEDLAND
Produced by CHARLES SINCLAIR

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dart Shaffner

& Marx

Featuring that Famous Comedian

Krqox

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CLOTHES FOR MEN

Others prominent in the

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cast are:
Vera Allen

Templar Saxe, Harry Pauli,
and Maud Williams.

Emile La Croix,

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For snappy furnishings,
see us.

Seats Now Selling. Prices,

- *- 35c, 50c, 75c, $1. 00, $1.50

4Our

assortiments

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everything are complete
and It will pay you well
to trade with us.

NEEI) STUDENTS TO SEARCH FOR
LOST REMAINS,
(Continued from page 1.)
may be used in an attempt to bring the
bodies to the surface was not unex-
pected, and the possibilities of its use
have been discussed since Monday af-
ternoon. The swiftness of the cur-
rent between the Barton dam and the
old Argo dam have made the dragging
oc the bed almost an impossibility,
while the muddiness of the stream
prevents a thorough examination.
Sheriff Sark declared that the au-
thorities had not finally decided to use
dynamite, but that in all probability it
would be used. "The water is so mud-
dy because of the recent rains," he
said, "that it is almost impossible to
conduct the search as thoroughly as it

should be done. Then too, the swift-
ness of the current makes the work
much harder than it would ordinarily
be. While I can't state for certain, I
think. that we;will begin to use dyna-
mite on Saturday if the bodies are not
recovered by that time. If they aref
resting in any of the catch holes that
is about the only way that we can re-
cover them."
The search yesterday resulted in at-'
solute failure. The dragging was con-
tinued between the Barton dam and
the boat house, and the Grand Haven
students explored from the island to
a point several hundred yards down,
but no new developments were repert-
ed. According to the plans of the
leaders, the banks will be patrolled
beyond Geddes where the hunt ended
last night.

mama., inmmainmm

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be made just as you dictate and guaranteed to
fit perfectly. The 500 pure wool samples are
waiting for you.

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So. Main Street

Down Town

308 .South State

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Seioers
We are taking orders for caps and.

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gowns, for Swing Out Day,

Etc.,

(May 8th,) and

can

save you many steps,

being across from the

New Auditorium.

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