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February 26, 1915 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN LAILY

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Spring Showing of
STEIN BLOCH SUITS

February Cut

Price

Sale

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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Lindenscbmilt, Aplel & Co.

RIFLE TEAM MAKES

GOOD SCORE'

W . Dieterle
94 Fort Street West
Detroit
SPRING ORDERS TA KEN NO W

Steady Improvement Marks Club's
Work for Each Succeeding Week
Michigan has been represented by 14
men in the five intercollegiate matches
which have been shot under the Na-
tional Rifle association rules, and by
this squad of men a total score of
7,022 out of a possible 10,000 has been
scored. The individuals with the pos-
sibility of averaging 1,000 have an av-
erage of 702.2 for every man who has
shot in any match. A steady improve-
ment has characterized the work of
the Rifle club which has been better-
ing each week its score for the week
previous. Starting out with a score
of 861, the club followed this with an
899 and a 903 score.
The number of matches participated
in, the total score, and the average of
every man who has shot on the Michi-
gan team up to date follows:

I WILL GIVE FREE
With ten or more rolls of
films, to be developed and
prints made from best nega-
tives, one Sxio enlargement
from the best negative or one
Sxio print of any U. ofM.
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.
xHoppe's Studio
619 E. Liberty Street.
Temple Theatre
ADMISSION Se.
(except. Friday and Saturday)

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REULE, CONLIN FIEGEL CO.

Dress Suits and Opera Hats to rent.

Look at our Show Windows for

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

Satisfy that animal instinct with
DEAN'S'
Fresh Roasted
Peanuts

Matches
J. P. Thompson .:..2
G. S. Curtiss......4
L. C. Wilcoxen . ... 5
J. R. Moser .......4

Total
367
725
899
716

Average
183
181
180
179°

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26
The "Master Key," (7th Story)
Also "Out of the Fast," (with
Eulalie Jenson).

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P
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A FULL
POUND

--lOc
214 S. Main St

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PROTECT YOUR EYES
The blinding reflection of sunlight on the white
snow causes a very severe strain on the eyes.
Amber Classes 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
HAL L ER .JEWELRY CO.
STATE STREET JEWELERS

-Officers of Woolsack, junior law hon-
orary society, chosen for this semes-
ter at a recent meeting of that society
are as follows: L. M. Sprague, chan-
cellor, H. M. Reid, vice-chancellor and
H. B. Sutter, clerk.
N. L. Cary, '15, was appointed to ar-
range for the taking of the annual pic-
ture of the senior forestry class at a
meeting held yesterday morning. The
picture will be added to the collection
in the reading room of the forestry de-
partment in the new engineering build-
ing.
-W. E. Nye, ex-'16, who has been lec-
turing and staging "movies" for the
Maxwell Motor Company for the past
few months, has received a substantial
promotion to the head of a western
sales department. Nye leaves for
South Dakota Monday.
-Prof. C. H. Van Tyne, of the history
department, was unable to meet his
classes yesterday because of a severe
cold.
Alpha Nu Literary society meets at
7:00 o'clock tonight. The meeting will
be dismissed in time for the Band
Bounce.
I personally claim that Gene Green
is the "Czar of Ragtime." Come and
judge for yourself. Frank Butterfield,
Mgr. Majestic. 102-5

Meeting of the senior law class at
4:00 o'clock this 'afternoon, in room C
of the law building.
Meeting of the Aero society at 7:00
o'clock tonight in the Engineering so-
ciety rooms.
Regular Cele Francais meeting at
8:00 o'clock Monday night in the Cer-
cle Francais rooms.
Glee club members report at room
8, Press building this afternoon for
tickets and instructions for Band
Bounce.
OPENING ROUNDS IN HANDBALL
WILL BE FINISHED THIS WEEK
Opening rounds in the singles hand-
ball tournament organized by Intra-
mural Director Floyd A. Rowe are be-
ing played this week in Waterman
gym, and the doubles matches are
scheduled to begin next week.
In the three matches played in the
singles tournament, Bancroft defeated
Levin, 15-4, 15-12; Morse defeated
Martin, 15-1, 15-11; and A. H. Cohn
defeated Milkewitch, 15-7, 15-7.
LOST-In either engineering or sur-
veying buildings, a Waterman Foun-
tain Pen. Finder please call 1703.
103-4

J1. D. Steere.......5 875 177
J. E. Snider .......4 699 177
A. C. Simons ......5 868 174
R. S. Anderson .....5 869 174
W. J'. Schoepfle ....4 692 173
C. B. Marks .......4 681 170
F. W. Wood .......2 328 164
I. B. Clark.........2 323 161
M. B. Cutting.....3 479 160
W. 11. Ifussey .....1 144 144
DRi. CAROLI NE HAZARD TREATS
WO11AN AN]) COLLEGE PROBLEM
"There are always three great dan-
gers to the student of a women's col-
lege, the danger of the crowd, the dan-
ger of barren learning unconnected
with life and the danger of physical
breakdown," is the framework on
which rests an article by Dr. Caroline
Hazard, former president of Welles-
ley college, on "Where the College
Fails the Girl," published in the March
number of the Ladies' Home Journal.
The first danger Dr. Hasard shows
to be the crushing of the personality,
which is called the goal and end of all
training. She charges the college with
the function of turning out real men
and women, not combinations of thy
two. And each person is to be brought
to his or her fullest development,
which is more than making a type of
him.
The third danger Dr. Hazard points
out, is an outgrowth of natural youth-
ful zeal in the pursuit of learning. She
sees disaster ahead for those who neg-
lect their health, in that the mind and
spirit will rebel against working in a
tired body.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS GIVE'
OUT PLANS FOR SPRING TRIP
Electrical engineers, who will hold
their" spring trip of inspection through
the eastern states during Easter vaca-
ion, have made the proposed itinerary
public, and a meeting will be held
within a few days to stir up interest in
the tour. The trip will last from April
8 to April 20 and is expected to cost
between $65 and $70, the railroad fare,
alone amounting to about $28.
The proposed route will include
Cleveland, Pittsburg, Washington, Bal-
timore, Philadelphia, New York, Schen-
ectady and Niagara Falls. Prof. A. H.
Lovell, of the electrical .engineering
department, is at present in charge of
the details of 'the trip.
Fair Treatment and Good Service
are what makes a satisfied customer.

THE YOUNG WOMEN
OF THE UNIVERSITY

Orpheum Theatre
The House of Famous Plays by Famous
Players.
Thursday and Friday, Feb. 25-26
Maclyn Arbuckle in "It's No
Laughing Matter."

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"Fifth Avenue Corsetin g"
To be given in private on the 2nd floor by
Madame de LaCour
ASSISTED BY LIVING MODELS
Friday, February 26th
at 3:30 o'clock

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Arcade Theatre
SH0WS:AFTERN0ONS 4:00: EVE. 6:15;7:4; 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."

are invited

to be present this afternoon
at a Lecture on

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Majestic Theatre

HATS FOR SPRING
Our Spring hats are now ready.
We carry the most complete stock
of up-io~date headgear to be found
anywhere. Our prices are $2.00,
$2.50, $3.0O, and $3.50 for the very
best; every hatguaranteed to give
satisfaction. We also make hats to
order and do all kinds of hat work.
Your last season's hat reblocked
in the latest shape with new trim-
miings makes it look like new and
up-to-date.
FACT.ORY H AT STORE
Buy your Mazda lamps at Switzer's,
310 S. Sate. tf
Think of it, only 25c a passenger.
Phone taxi 2280.
The best place to buy the Best $5.06
Men's Shoes is at Gross & Dietzel, 119
PD. Washington St. eod W
University Ave. Pharmacy Fountain,

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IMPORTANT MANAGERIAL
Announcement

"Gene Green s"

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AMATEUR
"Ragtime Competition"
For Ladies and Gentlemen
Cold Cup to Winner Silver Cup to Runner-Up
Presented by Gene Green
"THE AUDIENCE TO JUDGE"
Fntries Received Now Leave your Name with Manager Butterfield
The Winner of Each Heat To Sing in The Final Wednesday Night, March 3

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XATE Pride Ourselves on the
kind of Program work
Produced by us.

Pens and Students Supplies.

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522

Holmes Taxi Co.
"We'll be there"

522

In future
Drug Store.

all cars stop at Goodyear
tt

If you are a rag-time singer (lady
or gentleman) enter Gene Green's rag-
time contest at the Majestic Mon.-Tues.

Remember, we couldn't do this if the product
didn't warratet it. - Get in on a good thing
and leave- your next order with us. '.

Taxi 15
Prompt Day and Night service.
Gene Green "Czar of Ragtime"
Majestic Mon.-Tues.-Wed.

Day rate for single passenger now
25c. Phone taxi 2280.

tf
at the
102-5I

Both are yours by calling 15.

tf IWed.

102-5

Holmes Taxi Co.
"Back of the Union"
sity Ave. Pharmacy
t articles. Phone 416.

522

Drugs
tf

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
University Ave. Pharmacy Martha
Washington Candy, Cigars, Cigarettes
and Tobacco. tf
Gene Green "Czar of Ragtime" has
a repertoire'of a 1,000 ragtime songs.
102-5'

SPECIAL OFFER TO EVERY
UNIVERSITY STUDENT

1 MA ArBSchaircr Co.
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN

A Victrola IV Outfit
$19.50
TERMS TO SUIT THE BUYER
Grinnell Bros.

with Mr. Butterfield
rag-time contest at

For Musical Instruments of Every Buy your Mazda lamps at Switzer's,
Description, Victrolas, and Edison Di- 310 S. State. tf
amond Disc Machines, go to SCHAP-
BERLE & SON MUSIC HOUSE, Mali Get that 10c San Marco cigar Sat. or
Street. eod W Sun. for 5 cents at Sugden Drug Co.,
302 S. State St. . eod Wed

PHONE 1707
FOR DELIVERY

120-122
E. LIBERTY ST.

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