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April 26, 1913 - Image 3

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TUE 3ICIIIGAN DAILY.

ADS IN THIS COLUXN ARE TO BE

PERFECTLY SHOD FEET
are a necessity to women inQ these
days. No woman who wears our
footwear need ever be ashamed of
having her feet show. Our shoes
are modeled on the most approved
lasts and finished with a grace and
style not to be denied. The wear-
ing of our shoes stands for classy
dressing so far as the feet are con-
cerned, and an inspection of them
will prove it.
The Home of
Pingree Shoes

Gilmore Shoe Company
119 So. Main St.

Ps lace of Sweets
Down Town
LET
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Ftarniah the Ice Creazm
Attention to Fr .terniti3s
eknd Serorltis
ON MAIN STREET

ADS IN THIS COLUTHN ARE TO BE
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.
WANTED
Wanted-Students to inspect the best
$25,00 bycycle made. See it at H. L.
Switzer Co., 310 State.
Thur. Fri. Sat.
FOR SALE.
For Sale-My 17 foot Morris canoe
with Morris cushions and full equip-
ment. Inquire R. W. B., Tessmer
Boat Livery. 143-144
WANTED.
Wanted-Mr. Student, Are you goix.g
to work during summer vacation? If
so we have a clean-cut bona fide
proposition of merit and consider-
able profit that should interest you.
A card from you to us will bring
full information of same. Godart
Land Company, Pioneer Bldg., St.
Paul, Minn. 144-145
FOR RENT.
For Rent-15 room house suitable for
fraternity or cliub house; corner lot,
spacious grounds, rent reasonable.
418 N. Division St. Apply to W. H.
Butler, First National Bank Bldg.
Fri. Sat. Sun.-tf
LOST.
Lost-Black fountain pen with white
clip-clap. Please phone 805-L.
Contrarie Mary Souvenir Scores and
sheet music for sale at Schaeberle &
Son's Music House. tf
Tennis Racquets and balls (all
kinds). H. L. Switzer Co., 310 State.
Tues Thurs. Sat tf

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D. F. WOODWARD
Ana Arbor Saviags Bank Bldg.Second Floor

Ann Arbor,Mich.

The Cv ubb ouse
209 South Stato Street

Gives Clean, Wholesome Board at
$4.00 per Week. Safe Drinking
Water.;

Lunches 25e

Dinners 35c
C. Free man, Proprietor

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AHNS-MADE CLOTHESTo YourOrd

When looking for a choice gift that
no one else has, you may find it at
Fosters. (1)
They all like it. Take her a box this
week end. Martha Washington Candy
at University Pharmacy. Sat.
DEUTSCHER VEREIN PLAY IS
NEAR POINT OF PERFECTION

JOURNALISTIC FRATERNITY
TO HOLD BANQUET TONIGHT
Many Well Known Men Will Speak at
Sigma Delta Chii
Dinner.
Sigma Delta Chi, national honorary
journalistic fraternity, will hold its
annual banquet this evening at the
Allenel hotel. Prof. F. N. Scott, pres-
ident of the board in control of stu-
dent publications, will preside, and
President-Emeritus James B. Angell
will speak.
The other men on the program are
Stuart Perry, '94-'96L, owner and ed-
itor of the "Adrian Telegram;" Frank
Kane, '08, of the "Detroit News;"
Prof. R. E. Bunker, of the law depart-
ment; W. K. Towers, '10-'12L, of "The
American Boy;" and Karl Matthews,
'13L.
Seven new men will be initiated this
morning. They are: Leo Burnett, '14,
F. M. Church, '14, James D'Evlin, '13,
Fenn H. Hossick, '15, Carlton Jenks,
'15, Emerson Smith, '13, and Walter
Staebler, '13.
STATE LAW EXAMINERS PAY
VISIT TO LEGAL DEPARTMENT
Through the invitation of the mem-
bers of the law faculty, the state board
of law examiners visited the legal de-
partment of the university yesterday.
Lorenzo A. Durand, of Saginaw, Wes-
ley W. Hyde, of. Grand Rapids, Chas.
W. Nichols, of Lansing and Clarence
A. Lightner, of Detroit, were the mem-
bers of the board who were present.
Mr. Avery of Port Huron and the at-
torney general, Grant Fellows, were
unable to make the trip.
The committee visited many of the
legal classes and at noon were enter-
tained at the Union by a luncheon
given by the law faculty. They left
for their respective homes last even-
ing.
Civic Association Plans Improvement.
A consignment of shrubbery will
arrive this week for distribution by
the Ann Arbor Civic Improvement as-
sociation. Prof. Aubrey Tealdi, of the
landscape design department, has been
planning designs for the benefit of
various householders in the city, and
the lawns will be plotted with the as-
sistance of forestry students. The
Jones Public school has made appli-
cation-for the assistance of the com-
mittee in charge of the work, and
practical experience will be given for-
estry students in laying out this work.
HOLD JOYOUS JUNIOR JAMBOREE
100 Couples Trip Tango at "Social
Anomaly"
Junior lits and engineers tripped the
turbulent tango in all of its 72 vari-
ations at the Junior Jamboree,"a social
anomaly," held at the Armory last
night. Nearly 100 were present from
each class. Finzel's orchestra of De-
troit furnished the tango inspiring
strains while flash and flood lights
played tango beams over thecrowd.
The chaperons for the affair were
Prof. and Mrs. Claude H. Van Tyne,
Prof. and Mrs. Edwin D. Rich, Prof.
and Mrs. David Friday, and Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Loos.
NEW YORK LECTURER WILL
SPEAK AT NEWBERRY HALL
George R. Kirkpatrick, author of
"War-What For,"will lecture in New-
berry hall tonight at 8:00 o'clock on
the subject of international peace un-
der the title of "The Iron Fist."
Mr. Kirkpatrick is a graduate of Al-
bion, Vanderbilt, and of the University
of Chicago, and for several years was
professor of economics at Chicago and

Wisconsin. At present he holds the
position of special lecturer of the New
York City .Board of Education and in
this capacity is making a tour of col
leges throughout the East and Middle
West.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
Fresh lit baseball practice at 8:00
o'clock.
Senior lit baseball practice Saturday
morning, 9:00 o'clock, at south Ferry
field. All seniors out.

The best food for growing children-a food to study on,
pay on, to grow on. .1Oo the package-at all grocers.
Holland Ruk Company Holland, Mich.
ANN ARBOR HOME BAKERY, DISTRIE

Timve to, Leave
When you discover you are not dealing with a one-price
it's time to leave. A concession in price may look like a ba
It is not. It means the first price was not the real one. It n
you may get a second or third reduction, if you are persiste
Haggling is not the modern way of doing business.
line of famous

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At the Start
Without argument, without question we
ing and full value for youi money.
$15.00 - $25.00

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is all marked in' plain figures.

IJ. F. WUERTH CO.
HEADQUARTERS FOR GOOD DRESSERS
The New Spring Models are now being show
Ilayley's Millinery, 206 E. Lit
Hair Goods a Specialty' Phone 1

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We have received a Fine Assortment of Spring Shirts,
in latest patterns, with siff or soft cuffs
and collars to match.

VARSITY TOCCERY SHOP I
"B. V. D.'s" Galore 1107 S. U. Ave.
you want to start an appetite boom, let the children know you have a package of
Can't be beat. In I Oc packages at all grocers.
LLAND RUSK COMPANY, - - - - - Holland, Michigan
The Ann Arbor 'Press
OFFICIAL PRINTERS TO THE UNIVERSITY . .
AND
Printers of Student Publications
See Us when you want something fine in Dance
and Banquet Programs.
Press Buildinig Telephone 27

Sale of Seats to Start Monday;
Performance on
Friday.

For

"Koepnickerstrasse 120," the play to
be presented by the Deutscher Verein,
Friday, May 9, has reached .a point
insuring a successful production. The
play affords special opportunities for
clever farcical effects which have been
carefully worked up. The farce is
typically German and with some de-
tailed staging will have a real Euro-
pean tinge.
The advance sale of seats will begin
Monday afternoon from 4:00 to 5:00
o'clock at Wahr's bookstore, at prices
from 35 cents to $1.00. Posters de-
signed for the play will be out today
and will sell at 10 cents.
J-LIT WOMEN WILL HOLD
LUNCHEON AND DANCE TODAY
Pauline Kleinstuck will act as toast-
mistress at the J-lit luncheon for wo-
men at the Union at 12:00 o'clock to-,
day. Maude Edwards will speak on
"Journalism to the College Women'.
irma Hogadone, Frances Green and
Julia, Henning will also respond to
toasts. Phyllis Dunn will sing a num-
ber of solos. Special music will bej
furnished during the lunch and for
dancing afterwards.
Measles Epidemic is Under Control.
An epidemic of measles which .has
prevailed for some time throughout the
city is on the wane according to Dr.
J. A. Wessinger, city health officer.
About 20 cases now exist, but
only two of them are serious. No stu-
dents -are afflicted.

It isn't necessary to pay fancy pric-
es for Fine Clothes any more. We
have proven this in a short time to ov-
er a thousand people right here in Ann
Arbor and thousands of people in oth-
er towns that we -operate in.
Come and get acquainted with the new
Tailoring Idea, you will surely be pleased
and save money besides.
A lot of new, smart Fabrics, fresh from
the mills, have just arrived. Be sure' to see
them before buying your new suit.

Suits Made to Order

POWEB HOUSE CONSTRUCTION
PROGRESSES; CRANE PLACED
Construction work on the new pow-
er house, at Washington and 14th
street and excavating work on the
new tunnel are progressing rapidly.
Excavating work at the power house
has been completed and the concrete
foundation laid. -Columns of steel and'
roof-trusses are in process of erec-
tion.
The locomotive crane, stationed at
Waterman gym, has started excava-
tion work on the tunnel which is to
run from the new power house to the
new medical building, where it will
connect with the old tunnel. The new
tunnel will be 2,600 feet in length.

ADELPHI AND ALPHA NU WILL
DEBATE; INITIATES TO MEET
Alpha Nu and Adelphi initiate teams
will debate in the Alpha Nu rooms in
University hall this evening. E. A.
Porter, '16, R. S. Munter, '16, and C.
L. Muller, '16, will represent the Adel-
phi while E. W. Hoogsteen, '14, M.
Weinberger, '16, and W. Brucker, '16,'
will represent Alpha Nu. They will
discuss the question debated by the
Cup teams, which concerned a six year
single presidential term. The Adelphi
men will argue for the proposed sys-,
tem and the Alpha Nu representatives'
will uphold the negative.

$15 Gr$17.50r
Fit Guaranteed or Money Rack

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216 S. Main St., near Mack's

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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 and Overcoatsat-rsac-
rifice prices.

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