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The Michigan Daily, 1915-02-25

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THEI MICHJGAN LAILY

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Down!

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

Advance Styles for spring I

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

GET IT AT
CALKINS' PHARMACY
342 SOUTH STATE STREET

AMATEUR FINISHING A SPECIALTY

We are showing a complete line
of Society Brand clothes for
Spring. Come in and inspect
them. Also a complete line of
furnishing for Sprin

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1/2 off-/3 off
BLUE & BLACKS 1-4 OFF
ODD PANTS 20% OFF

We carry a complete line of genuine Rastman Kodaks and Supplies.
There is an Eastman for everyone from the Graflex to the Kodak Jr.
We will take in your old Kodak if you want a better one.

GET IT AT CALKINS PHARMACY

WADHAMS & CO.
121-123 So. Rain St.

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SELL, TICKETS -TO
LEAGUEMEMBERS
G7'ive Drnamtic Organization Chamie
oA Reserve Seats for
Comning Play
OM1AR IKIAYYAKIIIIERO OF PLOT

Temple Theatre
ADMISSION So.
(except Friday and Saturday)
Thursdy, Februar h
Our usual good Show
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26
The "Master Key," (7th Story)
Also "Out of the Past," (with
Eulalie Jenson).

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The Farmers & Mechanics Bank
101-103-105 South Main Street
Capital, $100000
Surplus and Profits . . . $75,000
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock $300,000 Surplus $100,000
Resources $3,000,000
A General Banking Business Transacted
Chas. I,. Hiscock, Pres., Michael J. Fritz,
Cash'r, W. D. Harriman, Vice-Pres., Carl F.
Iaun, Asst. Cash'r, Wm. Waltz, Asst. Cash'r
Savings Debt.
Liberty and Main Sts.
A Most Convenient Place for Your
Banking

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Scotch Plaid
Overcoats
The newest material is a
thick, soft, rough finished
cloth, with subdued plaids
woven into the back. You
can't imagine what a rich
overcoat this material will
make.
A. F. Marquardt
516 William Street

MYCLES
Cloth Shop,

TAILORS

Service and durability, built on the lines of fashionable Tailor-
ing, you will find in the Myles productions.
Our own Tailors and our own Workshops
.618 E. LIBERTY STREET
Figorous, 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
Sh ddedWheat

Members of the Drama league of
Ann, Arbor, which includes the
Michigan Union and the Women's
League as affiliated clubs, will have
the privilege of procuring tickets for
"Omdar the Tentmaker," to be present-
ed Wednesday evening at the Whitney
theater, at the advanced seat sale, to
commence tomorrow morning at the
box office of that-theater. Regular
league members may purchase the
pasteboards tomorrow, and affiliated
members on Saturday.
While not responsible for bringing
the play to Ann Arbor, the league will
treat it as the first of the three dramas
that it is to bring to the city this sea-
son. Thus coupon number 1, of the
affiliated membership pledges that are
to be had at the desk of the Union, will
entitle the holder to the privilege of
buying a ticket. Saturday is the last
day on which they may be signed, as
they will be withdrawn after that date.
The pledges, two of which may be
signedgby each person, are good for
advance seat sales of the two league
plays to appear later this spring.
"Omar the Tentmaker," played with
Guy Bates Post in the character role,
has a rather carelessly constructed
plot woven around the life of Omar
Khayyam. The production, with its
rich-and elaborate setting, serves as a
spectacle play, with Mr. Post giving a
careful interpretation of Omar. The
scale of prices will run from $2.00
down.
Present plans of the league seem to
point to the fact that the engagement
of the Modern Drama Players and Mar-
garet Anglin in "Lady Windemere's
Fan" will constitute the two other at-
tractions to be presented in the city
under the guarantee of the local cen-
ter this spring. Both of these plays
are rezular Dr'ama league circuit pro-
ductions.
3ICIIIGANENSIAN TO RECEIVE
1,000 SENIOR PICTURES TODAY
Senior portraits numbering about
1,000 in all will be turned over to the
Michiganensian staff today by the pho-
tographers. The number of pictures
taken this year is 30 less than that of
last year but the proportion to the
size of the classes is about the same.
All of the senior classes this year are
practically the same as the correspond-
ing class last year, with the exception
of the senior laws. There are ap-3
proximately 40 less barristers this
year than usual. The portraits will be
sent to the engravers Monday or Tues-4
day.
The mezzotint work which is to com-1
prise the first section of the 1915 book1
has been returned by the engraver,1
and is reported by the editor to be ofl

Orpheum Theatre
The House of Famous Plays by Famous
Players.
Thursday and Friday, Feb. 25.26
Maclyn Arbuckle in "It's No
Laughing Matter."
Arcade Theatre
SHOWS:AFTERNOONS 4:00: EVE. 6:15; 7:45; 9:15
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26
Dok Yak-Selig Comedy. His
Chorus Girl Wife - Edison
Drama, and others.
Coming: Next Wednesday, Lil-
lian Russell in "Wildfire."
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ANN ARDOR
Capital - - $100,000
Surplus and Profits 465.000
Directors
Wirt Cornwell, Geo. W. Patterson, H. J. Ab-
bott, S. W. Clarkson, 1~. D. Kinne, Harrison
Soule, Waldo M. Abbott, Dan B. Sutton, Fred
Schmid.
a a
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
You'r comment in last Friday's Daily
anent the proposed date of the Union
Opera this year, led to an investigation
concerning the exact dates. This re-
vealed the fact that "All That Glitters"
was scheduled to appear on the boards
of the Whitney the week immediately
previous to Easter, or what is common-
ly known ttiroughout the Christian
world as Holy Week. We were under
the impression that Holy Week, but es-
pecially Good Friday was quite uni-
versal in its appeal to all denomina-
tions professing themselves as Chris
tion like the Michigan Union, which
has for its aim, among other things,
the "advancement of the interests of
the entire univeity" should utterly
overlook the interests of its
many members, who regard this Holy
Season with religious veneration, is a
matter of marked injustice. When we
consider that some of the greatest men
and women in the theatrical profession
have so respected this particular Len-
ten week as to refuse to appear in
their roles unless compelled to do so
by money-mad managers, is it beneath
the consideration of the booking com-
mittee of a university performance?
Perhaps this was an oversight on the
part of the committee in charge, but
such a matter should have been
the object of their serious considera-
tion at the outset.
That this announcement has not pro-
voked more widespread comment
among the'student body is a glaring
manifestation of the increasing irre-
ligious and indifferent spirit of the

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In every walk of life you'll find.
good old "Bull" Durham
Men of action, men with red blood in their veins,
who do the world's work, and do it well, learn to ap-
preciate things at their real worth. They are not
fooled by frills-.they demand honest values.
These are the millions f men all over the earth
who find complete, healthful enjoyment and lasting
satisfaction in "Bull" Durham hand-made cigarettes.
GE.NUINE
SMOKING TOBACCO
These fresh, fragrant cigarettes they roll for them-
selves, with their own hands, to their own liking, from
ripe, mellow "Bull" Durham tobacco, suit their taste
better than any cigarette they
can buy ready-made. pack of',.p,,e,E
"Bull" Durham hand-made with each 5c sack.
cigarettes are a distinctive form of
tobacco enjoyment-wonderful-
ly comforting and satisfying.
Their freshness and flavor are a
revelation. Roll a cigarette from
"Bull" Durham today.
An Illustrated Booklet,
r1~LLshowing correct
FREEway to "RollYour
Own" Cigarettes, and a Package
of cigarette papers, will both ';Tob"
be mailed, free, to any addresss
in the United States on postal 4 =. '
request. Address "Bull" Dur-
ham, Durham, N.C. Room 1400.
THE AMERICAN TOBACCO CO.

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AMATEUR FINISHING
CAMPUS VIEWS
PORTRAITS

DAINES & NICKELS,
The only Studio on the campus

334- 36 S. State St.I
Official Photographers For The MICHIGANENSIAN.

Phone 130-J

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
whcle 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 or preserved fruits, stewed
prunes, sliced bananas or baked apples.
"All the Meat of the Golden Wheat'

a satisfactory nature. This
first mezzotinting to appear.
Michiganensian. It is a very
sive style of engraving, and
this year is something of an
ment.

is the
in the
expen-
its use
experi-

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Made only by
The Shredded Wheat Company,

Holmes Taxi Co.
"Well be there"

522

Niagara Falls, N. Y.

Mahes Your Hand
Mann's Benzoin Cream -ha5 a
Two or three applications w
by its occasional use the skin
softness of
Delightful after Shaving.
MANN'S DRUG S
times. It seems that such a question
might justly challenge the attention
of the Y. M. C. A. and -kindred organi-
zations, which have the religious wel-
fare of the student body at heart.
TWO SENIORS.
Dental College to Give Annual Dance
Spotlight dances will feature the an-
.nual formal party of the dental col-
lege at Granger's at 9:00 o'clock, to-
morrow night. Members of the facul-
ty and their wives will act as chaper-
ons.
Tickets for the affair are selling at
$2.00 each, and may be obtained from
a committee consisting of G. Strong,
'15D, A. C. James, '15D, and Leo Whit-
mire, '15D.
Gene Green "Czar of Ragtime" at the
Majestic Mon.-Tues.-Wed. 102-5

s like Velvet
marvellous effect on the skin,
ill remove the roughness, and
n acquires the smoothness and
fa baby's.
Price 15 ecents
TORE 21 S nStreet
Prof. Young Talks to Forestry Club
Prof. L. J. Young, of the forestry
department, gave 'an illustrated talk
to members of the Forestry club last
night in room 407 new engineering
building. His subject was, "A Sum-
mer in the Pacific Northwest," and
pictures which Professor Young took
himself, added greatly to the interest
of the lecture.
Gene Green "Czar of Ragtime" has
a repertoire of a 1,000 ragtime songs.
102-5
buy your Conklin Pen at Van Dor-
en's Plarmacy, 703 Packard street.
eod Ti
If you are a rag-time singer (lady
or gentleman) enter Gene Green's rag-
time contest at the Majestic Mon.-Tues.

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Shoes repaired while you rest. O. G.
Andres, 222 S. State St. eod Tu

Enter your name with Mr. Butterfield
for the Gene Green rag-time contest at
the Majestic Mon.-Tues.-Wed., March.
1, 2,'3. 102-51
A gold and Silver loving cup will be
the prizes given to the best rag-time
singers at the Gene Green rag-time
contest at the Majestic, Mon.-Tues.-
Wed., March 1, 2, 3. 102-5

Fair Treatment and Good Service
are what makes a satisfied customer.
Both ar, yours by calling 15. If
University Ave. Pharmacy Martha
Washington Candy, Cigars, Cigarettes
and Tobacco. tf
1 personally claim that Gene Green
is the "Czar of Ragtime." Come and
judge for yourself. Frank Butterfield,
Mgr. Majestic. 102-5

PHONE GRINNELLBILS E. 120- 122
1707 E. LIBERTY
rinstruction Book Victrol ' VI.
Six double records Cabinet to match
SEE OUR WINDOW
;Student8 Special
Delivers this to your room
$38.E0
TERMS TO SUIT THE BUYER

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