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April 18, 1913 - Image 4

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THE "ICHIGAN DAILY

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DETROITA
FraTRNITY JEWELEs AND sTATIoNERts

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Tuesday, April 22 R
EUGENE WALTER'S

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Wonderful Extravaganza
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BEVY OF GIRLS
PANTOMINE CLOWNS
MATINEE TODAY--3

NOTED SOCIALIST
TO SPEAK TONIGHT.

SARENDRA BAIL LEAVES
TEACH PHARMACY

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(Continued from page 1.)
and public ownership as the only rem-
edy, according to the socialists' ideas.
The final lecture in the course will be
given next Friday evening. Admis-
sion to both lectures is by ticket which
may be had from any of the student
socialists.

I Will

Use Lantern Slides Depicting
Local Scenes to Illustrate
His Lectures.

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State Street
81t of the 1ig White Shoe

Forest Lawn Tea Room

Orders Taken or Banquets

Avenue.

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of the Merchant that knocks anoth-
er. He never gives one dollars'
worth for a dollar and usually has
about six prices.
Buy your Clothes and Furnish-
ings at the HART, SCHAFFNER &
MARX Store. We have but 0 N E

WILLIAM L. GARVER
SENATE GRANTS TRIP TO CHICA-
GO FOR 1913 OPERA.
(Continued from page 1.)
The senate council denied the pe-
titions of the senior lits and engineers,
and senior laws to stage their class
banquets out of town. The council a
month ago passed a resolution that all
class affairs should be held in Ann Ar-
bor.
DATE IS SET FOR FIELD POEM.
Entries For Poetry Prize of $100 to
Close April 21.
All poems to be entered in compe-
tition for the Field poetry prize of $100
must be in the hands of Prof F. N.
Scott, of the rhetoric department, by
April 21. The date set is final, and all
entries must be received by that time.
Six poems have already been entered
that differ greatly in subject matter,
style, and length. In makng the offer,
Mr. Field placed absolutely no restric-
tions on the contest other than that
the poems must be the work of an un-
dergraduate.
The judges will be Professors F. N.
Scott, T. E. Rankin, and J. R. Brumm,
all of the rhetoric faculty. Their de-
cision will be announced the first part
of May, and the, prize-winning poem
will be published in The Painted Win-
dow.
FENCING TEAM WILL MEET
DETROIT FOILERS TONIGHT.

Sarendra Bal, '12P, who has just re-
ceived his degree of master of science,
has left for Calcutta, India, by way of
Europe, where he will lecture in the
leading cities.
Bal will assume the position of in-
structor in pharmacy as soon as he
reaches Calcutta at the National Coun-
cil ofhEducation,upon whose scholar-
ship he was sent to this country.
One hundred and ten lantern slides
were given to Bal by President Harry
B. Hutchins to supplement the lectures
which he is going to give with the
view of inducing H1indu students who
are now contemplating study in the
United States to come to Michigan.
The slides depict the various stu
dent activities of the universitey, cam-
pus views, and the interiors of the
museum, libraries, and laboratories.
A similar set was given to Premanenda
Das a month ago when he left for
India tomconduct a similar campaign
to boost Michigan in that country.
HOLD BIG CARNIVAL TONIGHT.
Students of University to Take Part
in High School Affair.
Twenty university girls will be seen
as old maids in "The Spinster's Con-
vention,"at the high school carnival to-
night and Saturday evening.
Miss Bess Trible, who takes the part
of the leading lady in the comic oper-
etta, will sing "Mischievous Eyes," a
song written by herself, for which Wil-
lis A. Diekema, '14, composed the mu-
sic.
"Bill" Williams, '14E, and Bruce Mil-
es, '14, will appear in a musical vaude-
ville stunt.
A blond chorus is the hit of the com-
ic opera "Johnny Jones." Durwood
Grimstead, '15, Julienne in "Contrarie
Mary,," is grooming the male imper-
sonator of the widow for "Pa's New
Housekeeper."
POSTPONE GIRLS' CONCERT
ON ACCOUNT OF "EVERYMAN"
Because of the date conflicts with the
production of "Everyman," the annual
concert of the Girls' Glee club has been
postponed until Saturday, April 26.
The concert was to have been held to-
morrow evening but when the women
found that it would conflict with the
play in University Hall, they decided
to change it to a week later. Further
announcements will be made later.
Fresh Lits Give Last Dance Tonight.
Fresh lits will give their last dance
of the year at the Union tonight. A
four piece orchestra will furnish the
music, and several- features including
spotlight and confetti dances have
been planned. Tickets may be secured
from members of the social committee
at $1.00 each. Chaperones are Prof.
and Mrs. Hugo P. Thieme, Mr. Frank
G. Tolpkins and Miss Mary Thiell
Senior Laws to Enter Cane Out.
At a meeting of the senior lw 'class
yesterday it was decided that. all sen-
ior laws posseging canes would join
the other seniors in their cane out
Wedneday, The committee in charge
of the senior laws is composed of A.
D. Diley, M. A. Bailey and Nugent
Dodds.
Special for Hebrew Students.
Jewish students who wish to have
Easter meals, call H. Hertzberg at
once; 326 E. Kingsley street, 18864.

PINE'

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Orders Delivered

Use Our Phone

New Drug Store

Cloth Shop

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Monday Irom STARIAND"
ORIGINAL PRODUCTION

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Wagner & Co.
Soph Lits Get Ready For Smoker.
Soph lits will smoke at the Union
the night of April 21.. Several speak-
ers from the faculty and class have
been secured for the occasion. Tick-
ets are selling for 25 cents.
Grad Returns For Short Visit.
Roscoe Gage, '11E, of Baltimore, Md.,
is visiting here for a few days. He did
post-graduate work last year and was
leader of the mandolin club.

1, O Reserved Seats
for Michigan Students directly
back of 1st base.
ON SALE MONDAY
75c and $1.00

Your

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perfectly. The 500 pure wool samples are
iting for you.

The Fencing club will meet the De-
troit Y. M. C. A. Icncing team in the
fencing room of Waterman gym to-
night at 8:00 o'clock. There
will be four men on each
team, three with foils and one
with the dueling sword. Paul Reig-
Hard, Professor A. G. Ruthven, C. S.
Mathieson and K. Tonouchi will be
the local representatives. The judges
are Dr. G. A. May, Major H. H. Bur
nett, J. R. Haydon and R. Talamon
of Ann Arbor and A. Pilkington, and
Mr. Modessett of Detroit. Owing to
the limited space the meet will not be
open to the general public.
Dr. Warthin to Lecture in Chelsea.
Prof. A. S. Warthin; of the medical
department, will deliver a lecture on
"Sex Hygiene" at Chelsea tonight.

AT
Huston Bros.
Stale Street
Student is Ill 'at His Rome.
B. E. Kline, '14, has not been able
to return to college since the vacation
owing to an attack of blood poisoning
which was the result of a slight acci-
dent. He will probably resume his
studies in the university next week.

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