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THE MICHIGAN LAILY

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Spring Showing of
STEIN BLOCH SUITS

February Cut

Price

S'ale

IMPERIAL HATS

and all the new shapes and colors in
CAPS

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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Lindenschmitt, Aptel & o.

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Win. Dieterle
94 Fort Street West
Detroit
SPRING ORDERS TAKEN NO T

Satisfy that animal instinct with
DEAN'S
Fresh Roasted
Peanuts
A FULL
POUND " l
214 S. Main St.
PROTECT YOUR EYES
The blinding reflection of sunlight on the white
snow causes a very severe strain on the eyes.
Amber Glaser will filter the light and prevent
all eye strain keeping your eyes in perfect condition
to study for your examinations.
We are showing a large line of both Amber and Dark
Smoked Glasses. .
25c. up ,to $5.00
HALLE R JEWELRY CO
STATE STREET JEWELERS

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-John R. Watkins, 15, ill act as
chairman of the Union membership
dance Saturday night. Other commit-
teemen are Carl Folks, '16L, Felix S.
Baer, '16, and William Newton, '17.
Tickets for the party will go on sale at
the Union 'counter after 5 :00 o'clock
tomorrow afternoon.
-Latest announcements of spring
publications include a book by Prof.
R. W. Hegner, of the department of
zoology, on "Practical Zoology," to be
published by McMillan Co.
-More than 50 students have enrolled
in the new course in civic improve-
ment given by Prof. Aubrey Tealdi, of
the department of landscape design.
--Mennbers of the Forestry club will
hear Prof. I, J. Young, of the depart-
ment of forestry, speak on "A Sum-
mer in The Pacific Northwest," at their
meeting at 7:30 o'clock tonight, in
room 407, new engineering building.
--"ec" ""ical engineers and others
who are interested in the annual me-
chanical engineers tour of inspection,
have postponed their meeting until
5:00 o'clock next Tuesday, when de-
tailed arrangements will be made for
the trip.
Senior engineers will meet at 4:30
o'clock this afternoon in room 311, en-
gineering building, when matters of
importance in regard to its class day
will come up before the class.

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WILL GIVE FREE

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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Look at our Show Windows for

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Dress Suits and Opera Hats to rent.

CANDY SPECIALTIES
Every day in the week.
THE SUGAR BOW L
104 S. Main St.

Temple Theatre
ADMISSION Sc.
(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."
Orpheum Theatre
TeHouse of Fatuous Plays by Famous
Players.
Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 22-23
All Star Cast in "The Girl of the
Golden West."
Wednesday, February 24
Dustin Farnum in "The Squaw
Man."
Thursday and Friday, Feb. 25-26
Maclyn Arbuckle in "It's No
Laughing Matter."

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"lie May Do Something Big Some.
time" Said Political Observer
in 1909

University Ave.
and toilet articles.

Pharmacy Drugs
Phone 416. tf

In future all cars stop at Goodyear
Drug Store. -t
Day rate for single passenger now
25c. Phone taxi 2280.

SPEAKS

Buy your Mazda lamps at Switzer's,
0 N UNPREPAREDNESS 310 S. State. tf

"He tops the other insurgents han-
dily, is liked and respected, and may
do something big sometime."
The above statement was made
about Hon. A. P. Gardner, who is to
lecture at the Whitney theater on
March 15, by Samuel G. Blythe, well-
known political observer and war cor-
respondent, on May 1, 1909, in the Sat-
urday Evening Post.

University Ave. Pharmacy
Pens and Students Supplies.

Fountain
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. University Ave. Pharmacy Martha
Washington Candy, Cigars, Cigarettes
and Tobacco. tf
Get that lOc San Marco cigar Sat. or
Sun. for 5 cents at Sugden Drug Co.,
302 S. State St. eod Wed

DELAYS SCHEDULED
BATTING PRACTICE

Workout Yesterday Fails to
Stick Work Promised
Last Week

Bring

SODDY'S ARM APPEARS BETTER
Coach Lundgren's hopefuls number-
ed about 50 when they took their work-
out on the floor of Waterman gym yes-
terday afternoon, a practice scheduled
at the end of last week as being the
one which would introduce the can-
didates to the first batting practice of
the year. Work with the stick was
delayed yesterday, and is slated to be
entered upon today. .
The squad went through the regular
practice schedule, working on fielding
the ground balls that were sent down
to them from the fungo batters at one
end of the building. Warner, a junior

engineer, was giving a fairly good ex-
ample for a new man of "how it should
be done" in an infielders position.
The pitchers worked their arms out
in an easy tossing to and fro of the
sphere. Soddy, the left-handed pitcher
of last year's scrubs, seems to be slow
in getting into shape, but his arm is
gradually limbering up. Davidson, of
last year's Varsity, failed to appear
on the floor to work out with the rest
of the pitchers, but is expected to re-
turn to the fold today.
Editor of The Technic Appoints Staff
Don A. Smith, '16E, managing editor
of the Michigan Technic, has announc-
ed the appointment of the following
men to the Technic staff, Robert S.
Archer, '16E, departmental editor; T.
D. Weaver, '16E, alumni editor; R. C.
Glasier, '15E, advertising manager; E.
W. Higgins, '17E, assistant advertis-
ing maInager; U. M. Smith, '16E, cir-
culation manager.
Buy your Mazda lamps at Switzer's,
310 S. Sate. tf

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kenior law class meeting at 4:00
o'clock today, room C, law building.
Varsity band rehearsal, University
Hall, 7 :00 o'clock tonight.
Ticket salesmen wanted for "Band
Bounce." Apply to band office be-
tween 3:00 and 6:00 o'clock today.
Prize of $10.00 offered.

Arcade Theatre
SHOWS:AFTERNOONS 4:00: EVE. 6:15;1:46; 9:15
WE DNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24,
"Mignon," presenting Beatriz
Michelena in the title role.
Better, than "Salomy Jane."
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25
The Sage-Brush Gal-3-part
Vitagraph Feature. Olive and
theiBurglar--Edison Drama.
His Night Out-Biograph Com-
edy.
Think of it, only 25c a passenger.
Phone taxi 2280.

PHONE GRINNELL BROS. E12022
1707 LBERTY
*Instrictlion Book Viofrol.. VI.
Six dowuble records Calinet to match
SEE OUR WINDOW
Stuadents -Special
Delivers this to your room
$38.5TU B
TERMS TO SUIT THE BUYER

Mr. Blythe's prediction of six years 522

Holmes Taxi Co.
"We'll be there

ago has been realized. Mr. Gardner,
the "Apostle of Preparedness," as he
has been called, is the man who in the
crisis at hand, is attempting to show
the country its total unpreparedness
for war. He is attracting the careful
attention of everyone by his startling
statements as to the present inefficien-
cy of our military and naval forces.
His statements are backed by facts,
and this keen knowledge of facts
which he possesses has earned him the
respect of both his followers and his
opponents.
Hold Joint Alumni Luncheon Today
Cornell and Michigan alumni will
hold a luncheon together this noon at
the Hotel Statler in Detroit. Hon.
Claudius B. Grant, '59, will preside at
the affair, which is termed by the sec-
retary as a "dual meet" between Mich-
igan and Cornell.

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Holmes Taxi Co.
"Back of the Union"

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For Musical Instruments of Every
Description, Victrolas, and Ediso. Di-
amond Diso Machines, go to SCHA-
BERLE & SON MUSIC HOUSE, Main
Street. , eod W

LOST-Conklin pen, Friday. Please
return to A. J. Michelson, 502 East
Liberty. 1038-M.
LOST-Conklin fountain pen with-
out cap near Church and So. Univer-
sity. Return for reward to 1204 Hill

street.

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LOST-Will the gentleman who took
the Founder's Day celebration call
the derby marked "F" Dubuque, at
1673 and receive his own hat?

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Our Spring

Woolens are

Ready for

Inspection

OUR

PRICES RANGE

FROM $25 TO $30

Our materials are stylish, exclusive and durable. The fashions are timely, yet correct. We
use handwork exclusively. Every suit made in our shops emphasizes the wearer's good
points and makes good his weak ones. When you come here to order a suit you find a very
large range of fabrics and styles to choose from.

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A SEPERATE

DEPARTMNET

We also carry a complete line of samples of a reliable Chicago tailoring
house. We take your measure and they will make you a suit from the
cloth which you order. Prices from $1 6.00f to 25---nothing over.

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ARBOR

COOP

TAI LORS

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CUST PRACHT

(SUCCESSORS TO M. W MILtWARD)
330 South State Street

ROY P.

HENRY

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