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THE MICHTGAN I-AILY

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Everyone should have a Kodak
You can u s e one everyday
Nothing tells the story better

GO THE PRICES

Removal Sale Now On
Mens' Suits and Overcoats Divided in Two lots

GET IT AT
CALKINS' PHARMACY
324 SOUTH STATE STREET

Advance Styles for Spring
We are showing a complete line
of Society Brand clothes for
Spring. Come in and inspect
them. Also a complete line of
furnishings for Spring.

AMATEUR FINISHING A SPECIALTY

1/2 off-'M3 off
BLUE & BLACKS 1-4 OFF
ODD PANTS 20% OFF

We carry a complete line of genuine Eastman Kodaks and Supplies.
There is an Eastman for everyone from the Graflex to the Kodakjr.
We will take in your old Kodak if you want a better one.
GET IT AT CALKINS* PHARMACY

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WADHAMS & Co.
121-123 So. flain St.

NUMBERS CHOSEN
FOR VARSITY MEET

Temple Theatre
ADMISSION 5c.
(except Friday and Saturday)

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The Farmers & Mechanics Bank
101-103-105 South Main Street'

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Scotch Plaid
Overcoats

Capital, $100,000
Surplus and Profits .

$75,000

The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock $300,000 Surplus $roo,ooo
Resources $3,000,000 _
A General Banking Business Transacted
Chas. E. -Hiscock, Pres., Michael J. Fritz,
Cash'r, W. D. Harriman, Vice-Pres., Carl F.
Sraun, Asst. Cash'r, Wm. Waltz, Asst. Cash'r
Savings DeqA.
eera - eicana 5viM Bs
Liberty and Main Sts.
A Most Convenient lace for Your
Banking

The
thick,
cloth,
woven

newest material is a
soft, rough finished
with subdued plaids
into the back. You

can't imagine what a
overcoat this material
make.

rich
will

A. F. Marquardt
516 William Street

Total of 500 Numbers Drawn for Next
Saturday's Indoor
Contest
DISTRIBUTE UNCLAIMED COUPONS
Announcement has been made of the
result of drawings held last Saturday
to determine the attendance at the Var-
sity meet and Michigan-Princeton two-
mile relay race, to be held next Satur-
day, February 20.
The total of 500 numbers were drawn
from the series including all members
of the athletic association except 500
seniors, whose numbers had already
been selected, to admit the owners to
the Notre Dame-Michigan dual meet,
set for February 27. These numbers
will be published in The Daily next
Tuesday.
The owners of the following num-
bers may exchange coupon number 12
of their athletic books for tickets to
the Varsity meet, at the athletic asso-
ciation office. The office will be open
for this purpose from 9:00 o'clock
to 5:00 o'clock tomorrokv and Thurs-
day. The tickets not claimed by 5:00
o'clock Thursday afternoon will be
given to- first members of the general
student body to call for them.

Tues., Feb. 16-Hearst Selig
News.
Wed. Feb. 17-On the Heights
(with Gretchen Hartman).
Orpheum Theatre
The House of Famous Plays by Famous
Players.
Feb. 15-16, Mon. & Tues.-Mar-
guerite Clarke in The Goose
Girl.
Feb. 17, Wed.-Gabrielle D'Aan-
unizo in Cabiria.
Feb. 18.19, Thurs. & Fri.-Geo.
Beban in The Italian.-

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Arcade Theatre
SHOWS:AFTERNOONS 4;00:EYE.6:15; 7:45; 915
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16
When .Honor Wakes-Two-Part

Rigorous, Vigorous
Winter Pastimes
-to be thoroughly enjoyed--must be indulged
in without fatigue of body or mind. And this
can best be done on a regular diet of
Athletes who excel in winter sports keep their
blood red, tissues healthy, and brain alert by
the daily use of this most nourishing form of
whole wheat. They find it contains all the
food elements that are needed to keep them in
fine fettle, their muscles hard, their eyes clear,
their brain active.
Ready to serve at any time with cream and
sugar or with fresh orpreserved fruits, stewed
prunes, sliced bananas or baked apples.
"All the Meat of the Golden Wheat"

TAILORS

Lubin Drama.
Double Escape.
others.

Broncho 13illy's
Essanay; and

ce and durability, built on-the lines of, fashionable Tailor-
rou will find in the Myleq productions:
)ur own Tailors and our own Workshops

The numbers follow :
28; 48; 67; 69; 74; 90;

618 E. LIBERTY STREET

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What about Your Vacation Work?
Here is an opportunity for any wide awake
University man to make from $7.00 to $10.00 a
day, and pay his way through next year. Hun-
dreds of University wen are doing it. The Mon-
itor Gasolene Iron is a great hot weather seller.
Big profits, easy and, pleasant work. It's a bsi
ness proposition. Pronounced the "World's Best"
by 650,000 users. No experience required. Here
is an opportunity to make money and get a fine
business experience.
MOMITOR. SAD IRON CO.
BIG PRAIRIE, OHIO
See 0eo. C. Ciaaser,. Lema. represenmtative,
338 E. Catherine Street, Phone 23-M

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Under its distinguished conductor,
Dr. Ernst Kunwald, the Cincinnati Or-
chestra will make its first appearance
in Ann Arbor at 8:00 o'clock tomor-
row evening, as the third number on
this year's Choral Union series. This
orchestra is one of the few great or-
chestras in the United States, and un-
der the leadership of Dr. Kunwald,-has
gained wide recognition.
The program prepared for Ann Ar-
bor is as follows:
Symphony No. 6, in B minor-"Path-
etique" Op. 74 ...............
......Peter Iluitsch Tschalkowsky
Suite for Orchestra, Op. 19.......
............Ernst von Dohnanyi
Andante con variazione; Scherzo;
Romance; Rondo
"Vorspiel und Liebestod"from "Tris-
tan und Isolde" ....Richard Wagner
"Traume" from "Tristan und Isolde"
...........Richard Wagner
Overture to "Rieri," Richard Wagner.
4fve Reception to Episcopal Students
All Episcopal students in the uni-
versity are i it d to attend a recep-
tion to be given this afternoon from
4:00 o'clock to 5:30 o'clock, at Harris
hall. The reception, which' will be
very informal, will be tendered by the
people of the church to the students,
+in -+ ae +'nnnos nrfolng of fMind-

ANNOUNCE PRACTICE SCHEDULE
FOR INTER-CLASS BASKETBALL
Intramural Director Floyd Rowe last
night announced the following prac-
tice schedule for the inter-class bas-
ketball teams for this week:
Fresh lits-Tues. 7:20-7:40, Thurs.
k7:40-8:.00; Fresh eng.-Tues. 7:40-
8:00, Thurs. 8:00-8:20; Fresh laws-
Tues. 8:00-8:20, Thurs. 8:20-8:40;
Fresh dents-Tues. 8:20-8:40, Thurs.'
8:40-9:00; Fresh Medics-Tues. 8:40-
9:00, Thurs. 7:00-7:20; Architects-
Wed. 7:00-7:20, ' Thurs. 7:20-7:40;
Pharmics-Wed. 7:20-7:40, Thurs.
7:40-8:00; Homeops- Wed. 7:40-8:00,
Thurs. 8:00-8:20; '16 Dents-Wed.
8:00-8:20, Thurs. 8:20-8:40;'16 Laws-
Wed. 8:20-8:40, Thurs. 8:40-9:00; '17
Lits-Wed. 8:40-9:00, Fri. 7:00-7:20;
'17 eng.-Wed. 7:00-7:20, Fri. 7:20-
7:40; '17 medics-Tues. 7:00-7:20,
Wed. 7:20-7:40, Fri. 7:40-8:00; '15 lits
--Tues. 7:20-7:40; Wed. 7:40-8:00, Fri.
8:00-8:20; '15 eng.-Tues. 7:40-8:00,
Wed. 8:00-8:20, Fri. 8:20-8:40; Laws
-Tues. 8:00-8:20, Wed. 8:20-8:40, Fri.
8:40-9:00.
Any team can obtain the use of a
court from 6:00 o'clock until 7:00
o'clock, either for a match game or
for team practice, by securing a slip
from Director Rowe reserving the
court for that time.

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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ANN AMDOR'
Capital - - $100,000
Surplus and Profits $65.000
Directors
Wirt Cornwell, Geo. W. Patterson, H. J. Ab-
bott, S. W. Clarkson,t]E. D. Kinne, Harrison
Soule, Waldo M. Abbott, Dan B. Sutton, Fred
Schmid.

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AMATEUR FINISHING
CAMPUS VIEWS
PORTRAITS

Made only by
The Shredded Wheat Company,

Niagara Falls, N. Y.:

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DAINES & NICKELS

The only Studio on the Campus
334-336 S. State St.
Official Photographers For The MICIG1ANi~NSIAN

Phone 1303

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Makes Your Hands like Velvet
Mann's Benzoin Cream has a marvellous effect on the skin.
Two or three applications will remove the roughness, and
by its occasional use the skin acquires the smoothness and
softness of a baby 's.
Delightful after Shaving. Price 15 cents
MANN'S DRUG STORE 2i s3 a Steet

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Junior lit elections, 4:00 o'clock, t
4:45 o'clock, today, first floor of Tap
pan hall.

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Senior lit baseball practice at Wat-
erman gym, at 8:20 o'clock tonight.
Prof. A. F. Shull's class in course
2 in zoology, will meet at 8:00 o'clock
today in Sarah Caswell .Angell hall,
instead of room 348 engineering build-
ing.

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Class in valuation, C.E. 27, will meet
in room 311, instead of room 348 new
engineering building.
On account of the course in highway
engineering this week, junior engi-
neers have postponed their class meet-
ing to .have been, held this Friday; to
11:00 o'clOck, Friday, February 26.
Course 2 in economics will meet in
room 101 economics building at 2:00

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IF YOU WANT FIRST CLASS
COME TO THE
R E L I ARB L E
WHERE YOU GET VARIETY

1212 S. UNIVERSITY AVE.
T. HANKINS, Prop.

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ONE BLOCK FROM
ENGINEERING BUILDING

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Y.M.C.A. Secretary Suffers Breakdown
Owing to a general nervous break-
down, Carl Smith, '04E, who has been
graduate secretary of the university
Y. M. C..A. for a number of years, has
been forced to take a vacation. The
board of directors of the "Y" have
granted him a three months leave of
absence, but if there is no improve-
ment in his health at that time, he
probably will not return to Ann Arbor
until next fall.

FOR SALE

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THE LATEST POPULAR SHEET MUSIC

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Junior lits pay class dues;
University hall, from 9:00
12:00 o'clock today.

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o'clock today, because room 348 engi- in force in the various departments,

neering building will be occupied by
the highway engineering course.

at desk in
o'clock to

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INAUGURATE MICHIGAN
AT UNION THURSDAY

satisfactory?"
The forum is designed to be a meet-
ing of Michigan men toy discuss cam-
pus problems, and will be held at the
Union every Thursday night until
spring vacation. It is not intended to
be a debating club, and there will be
no formal rules of procedure. It is
expected that the session will last
about an hour and a half.

FORUM
EVENING

GRINNELL BROTHER.S

Michigan's forum will be inaugurat-
ed Thursday night at the Union, when
the following question will be discuss-
ed: "Is the marking system at present

120-122 E. LIBERTY VT.

PHONE 1707

Buy your Mazda lamps at
310 S. State.

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