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February 21, 1915 - Image 5

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THlE MICHIGAN LAIL!

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Spring Showing of
STEIN BLOCH SUITS

IMPERIAL HATS

You have been looking for t:o
Oxtord Cloth Outing Shirts
With Collars Attached
We have them in all sleeve lengths
Knitted Coats and Spring Shirtings no won display
Tinker CAompany
COR. S. STATE and WILLIAM STS.

February Cut
Price Sale

and all the new shapes and colors in
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February is the month that we cut prices down to rock-bottom.
This is the time to buy. Be on hand so that you can take ad-
vantage of these wonderful money saving bargains in Suits, Over-
coats, Hats and Caps, Sweaters, Smoking Jackets and Bath Robes.

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Lindenschmiitt, Aptel & Co.

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UNIONTO- SPONSOR
FA CULTYEVENIN GS
Students in Each Department to Have
Opportunity of Meeting
Professors

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WILL GIVE FREE

Dress Suits and Opera Hats to rent.

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Win. Dieterle
94 Fort Street West
Detroit.
SPRING ORDERS .T4KEN NOW

SYSTEM STARTS NEXT

With ten or more rolls of
films, to be developed and
prints made from best nega-
tives, one 8xio enlargement
from the best negative or one
8xio print of any U. of M.
view or one 4x6 portrait of
self, made in my studio.
We use Cyko Paper for our
amateur work, the paper that
leads, the results will tell the
story."
Hoppe's Studio
619 E Liberty Street.

REULE, CONLIN FIEGEL CO.-

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FRIDAY

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No

"Pop"

Satisfy. thatanimalinstiuct-with
DEAN'S
Fresh Roasted
Peanuts
A FULL
POUND -1

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)TE CT YOUR EYES
>blinding reflection of; sunlight on the white
causes a very severe strain on the eyes.
ber Glasses will filter the light and prevent
e strain. keeping your eyes in perfect condition
dy for your examinations.
are showing a large line of both Amber and Dark
d Glasses.
28. .up to $5.00
.LER JEWELRY CO.,
STATE STREET JEWELERS4

Plans have been formulated for fac-
ulty nights at the Michigan Union,
where the men from the various de-
partments of the schools and colleges.
will eongregate, probably every Fri-
day night until spring vacatfoi4 The
faculty will be divided into groups,
and each group will be invited to come
on certain nights to meet students of
the departments represented.
Committeemen are being appointed,
among the Senior classes, to .take
charge of the proposed work, and these
men will be announced in a4 day or
two. The plan arose from recent agi-
tation to get the faculty men in closer
touch with the student body.
Tentative arrangements of the de-
partments according to the nights on
which they will meet are arranged as
follows: (1), Chemistry, Physics, Math-
ematics, and Astronmy; (2) Sciences
and Forestry; (3) History, Sociology,
and Economics; (4) Philosophy and
Education; (5) Law School; (6) Civil
Engineering; (7) Mechanical and Ma-
rine Engineering; (8) Chemial and
Electrical Engineering; (9) ,Medical
School; (10) Dental Schools and oth-
er Schools and departments.
Attempts will be made to start the
faculty night system next Friday night,
and the Senior committeemen will be-
gin work the first of this week. P. 1).
Koontz, '17L, who is president of the
Union, is in charge of the work.
Dr. Ehlers Writes Botanif aVi er
Dr. J. M. Ehlers who received his
doctor's degree from the University of
Michigan in 1914, and who is now pro-
fessor of botany at the Texas Agricul-
tural College, has published a paper,
on "Winter Temperature of Pine Nee-
dles" in the February number of the
American Journal of Botany. While in
Ann.Arbor last year, Professor Ehilers
conducted a series of his experiments
on the pine trees between the library
and the physics building, which arous-
ed considerable curiosity among cam-
pus pedestrians.
University Ave. Pharmacy Martha
Washington Candy, Cigars, Cigarettes1
and Tobacco. tft

CANDY SPECIALTIES
Every day in the week.

Temple Theatre
ADMISSION So.
(except Friday and Saturday)
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22
"Young Mrs. Winthrop," (with
Mabel Trunnell).
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 23
Hearst-Selig News.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24
"The Crimson Moth."

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TH ESUGAR BOAN L
104 S. Main St.
Popular Matinee Week Feb. 22
WenesdaNit2c. to $1.00o $15
DETROIT

Orpheum Theatre
The House of Famous Plays by Famous"
Players.
Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 22-28
All Star Cast in "The Girl of the
- Gen Go West."
Wednesday, February 24
Dustin Farnumn in "The Squaw
Man."
Thursday and Friday, Feb. 25-26
Maclyn Arbuckle in "It's No
Laughing Matter."

JOHN CORT Presents
The Syncopated Broadway Diversion

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Wha11t's Going On
The Fun ShuIn The Song Show The Dance Showv
Book by Wm. H. Clifford. Lyrics by Miles Overholt.
Music by Williams Loraine and Josephine Ihmsen
WITH THIS STAR CAST
Francis Cameron Maude Be atty Roy Atwell Dorothy Webb Walter Lawrence
Knox Wilson Doyle & Dixon and a Real Dancing Chorus
WEEK MARCH 1 --- Triumphant Return of

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not advanced our
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Arcade Theatre
SHOWS:AFTEMON NS 4;00: EYE. 6:15; 7:45; 9:15

sine of Students' supplies,

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 22
HOMIDAY SPECIAL! Antony and
Cleopatra. Polish Relief Benefit.
15 cents.
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WM. HDE
IN THE COMEDY. OF 'CHEERFULNESS

"THE
MAN
FROM
HOME"

isate and Packard

I you are looking for some place to
"Washington's Birthday" don't for.
that the Majestic matinee begins
2:00 o'clock. Remember as this is
national holiday night prices will
vail. Special feature act George
mrose and his minstrels.
or Musical Instruments of cRvYe
cription, Victrol"s, amd Udis.. D-
nd Dise Machines, go to 5CKAm-
RLU & SON MUSIC )IOUSU. Mat&
nat. 004s!
et that lOc San Marco cigar Sat, or
. for 5 cents at Sugden Drug Co.,
S. State St. eod Wed
,emember Mondafy ebruar, , ad
Washington's birthday a. f.Natisna
iday" all seats at the Majestie will
reserved at night prices.

In future all
Drug Store.

ears stop at

Goodyear.

522 "We'll be there"
Holmei Taxi Co.

522

Light WorkoutMarks First Three Days'
Practice in Waterman
Gym Cage
REAL GRIND TO OPEN TUESDAY
Coach Lundgren's squad of baseball
players jumped' from a comppany of
40 candidates for this year's Varsity
nine to an even half, hundred tryouts
for :positions -under the direction of
Captan : AicQueen vhen it,. held its
third day's drill in the cage at Water-
man gym, yesterday afterndcon.
Fungo,batting and-fielding composed
the a4ternoon's ;work, the men taking
turns in handling the balls that were
sent down to them from the men' at.
the other endof the. building. Hughitt
took care of the hottest grounders in
good shape as far as the fielding was
concerned, but his arm still -seems a
-trIfien-wild,-several of his tosses- being
out of the cateher's reach. It is ex-
pected that the squad will be swelled
next week, when ,more of the yeterans
of last year's team will join the men
who are getting into shape for the
coming year.
Waterman gymnasium will not be
open Monday, February 22, and as a
result the .quad will take a rest over
MWashington's- birthday. The period of

The holiday feature act at the ia-
jestic Monday Matinee, Feb. 22nd
"Washington's Birthday" will be
George Primrose and his Minstrels in
a 30 minute minstrel first part, also
four other acts of good vaudeville "Re-
member as this is a national holiday
night prices will be charged at the
matinee.

quiet of tomorrow will, however, only
presage a real settling down to work
for the rest of the year as it is the
present plan of Coach Lundgren to
start in the day after tomorrow with
the first batting practice of the sig1ng
season.
Soddy, the south-paw recruited from
the pitching staff of the scrubs-last
year, was trying out his arm in an
easy workout with Krause at the .re-
ceiving end. His limbering up, -be-
cause it was so young in the season
was limited to a short time. The squad'
closed the afternoon's work by trying
some starts on the gym floor and by
taking a trot around the track for the
good of their lungs.

J-lit track practice, Waterman gym,
at 4:30 o'clock Tuesday. '
The special feature act at the "Wash.
Ington's Birthday" matinee at the3 Ma-
jestie will be George Primrose (him-
self) and his minstrels. Also four oth-
er acts of Keith Vaudeville-As this is
a holiday night prices will prevail.
College Blankets 76 x 68, $4.50, same
as- most sell for $7.50, Baldwins. 443
S. Division. Phone 1198-T. 98-9

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THINK IT OVER!
A man inserted a two bit
let for a pin he lost. The

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day it was returned to him. This
is the USUAL result not excep-
tional. We have three branches,
University Pharmacy, Quarrys,
or the MICHIGAN DAILY office
in the Ann Arbor Press Bldg.

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University Ave.

Pharmacy D

is there is no school Monday, Feb.
A(, "Washington's Birthday," a Na.
nal Holiday-reserve your seats now
this matinee at the Majestic. All
ts at night;prices.
University Ave. Pharmacy Fountai
ns and Students Supplies. a

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BUYS A REAL
VICTROLA IV
-Varsity'" "The Victors"
"Tipperary" Poor Pauline"
"Shubert's Seranade"
Buy it for your room NOW

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WITH 12 DIFFERENT
SELECTIONS
1I want toGoBack to Michigan"
"Chinatown, My Chinatown"
"Under the Double Eagle"
Keep it for your canoe this Spring

WANTED-Five hustling young men,
who must pay tieir own way through
college, to represent the most popu-
lar-priced tailor in the city. Suits sell'
from $15.00 to $45.00, and whose rep-
utation Is of turning out the clas-I
siest suits in the city. We pay large
commissions, and give all advertis-
ing matter necessary free. You in-
vest absolutely nothing, but you must
be a wide awake producer. A few
spare hours each week will bring
big returns. If you are the rightl
party we will give you the exclusive
agency of the city of Ann Arbor. If
you are anxious to make money and 1
for further information, address: M.
B. Robinson, 27 Grand River Ave. E.,
Detroit, Mich, Dept. T.

and toilet articles. Phone 416. tf
Buy your Mazda lamps at Switzer's,
3'10 S. Sate. tf
STUDENTS WANTED-Good sales-
men to sell College Banners. Short
time evenings until College closes;
Good wages. Mrs. Baldwin 443 S.
Division.
AGENTS WANTED-A wide awake
hustling student. Water filter, some-
thing new, carry in pocket. Write
for particulars. W. A. Gibson, 827
4th Ave., Detroit, Mich.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-New modern steam-heat-
ed 4 room flat 1713-M or 1661-J. Mr.
Malcolm, 604 E. Liberty. tf
LOST & FOUND
LOST-Key ring with four keys. Find-
er please call 2183-W.
LOST-Druid scycle pin with initials
R. E..D. '15 on back. Finder please
call 343.

es for the amateur photog-
e relied upon in every re-
s & Nickels. 98-9
dazda lamps at Switzer's,

We Deliver
PHONE 1707.

jhrE lolZ 3,E ! Drop in at
"The House of Quality" 120-122 E. Liberty St.

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