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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Patent
Leather

Extra "War. Zone" Special.
After9 P. M. each day all "Ports" are closed
but you can "shoot- your films in to the
"Night Box" for early morning "Developments"
-films for D~evelopment - - Ready Next Afternoon
Pi-nting - '
tt ttBoth - - - E lvening
and always the best work i Ann Arbor

W,,e Do Repairing
AND
Altering

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C. I. KIDD -- = Sophomore
1630-J 1112 S. Univ. Ave

Fawn
and,
TGreycloth
Tops
Price
$4.00 and
$4.50
115'S. Main St.

LYNDON II

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S'rUDE NT H1)Y1 AT TRACK MIE ET
Sca rcey1100 Seatl fortHe Note
coI'dilln4 to the report h, 'b Tac
Mlanagr Pa"hlmerIlast. ngt
All seniors and otheors \vhoS6 pth-
ltcbook tiumbers w(,iv hot drawn,
loan obtain seats by aplying at the
athletic associationotires betwen
3:00 and 5:00) o'clock this afternool .
' tggldetn ts noll in Elee°?~ t el Voii ed°
"luroliment in a now~ course now, be-
ing j ,ivvin in thl'e I etrical departmlent
(if the' collge of engineerng on auto-
mt obile star~ting:, light ing and ign:ition
has now reachled ]G. Prof. B. F.,R; iiley
has, just completed fttn upa labora-
tory for use in theo course, and has in-
stalled somne of tho best adutomoble1
Oeecicl euipmeont, obtainable 1for
dem,1)onI .; rion1 "Pupss.

F. L. HALL, 514 E. Wiliahml

Phone 2225

PRESSINGoGods CalledFo
KESSIN GandDeliveredFoI

NO LOSS ITV FIRE

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1i SYRI E
11 ~ iiv 3UER1Y i L
N N A SILVERSMJOS jNNAFgR

Whitney Theatre

M A INXFLOOR
IsI1 13 Rowvs, 360O Seal s-
Las,,, Rows,2 Seal,
SIATS- ON

- x.0 I 1st 4 E2ow 5 120 Seats -
- ,"f 1.50 II Nexta Rows, 116 Seats-
- .50 I Last 5 IRows, 1N1 Seats -
SALE .MO)NDAY, MARCH

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WEDNESDAY NIGHT
MARCH 3rd

ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY!.
PDS in Omnar the Tentmaker
A Spectacular Persian Romance by Rchard Walton Tully, author of "The Bird of Paradise."
THE SEASON'S SUPREME SPECTACLE!
M AIL ORDERS NOW CURTAIN AT 8 P. M.

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Poi. Mat. f~ll l Week Feb .22
wed. ARlI IKNight&Sat.Mat.
25 .t 1 0 5c o $ .0DT OTJOHN CORT Present; the Syncopated Broadway Diversion
WHAT'S GOING ON
Tfic SongSliow-TheFunSlhow-Theflance Show
Withl A ll St ar CaA--Frances Marion, Maude Be-
nitty. 1)orotthy Webb, D)oyle and Dixon, and a
cail dancing cilorns.

CONmF E CTiIONERYF
So~th mek n .Street

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Organ
Theory, and
.All Branches of Music

A re taught at the

School of Music
.YNARD STRE~ET

iot advanced our
articles.
E n Specialties better
of Students' supplies.
E DELTA
and Packard
605 E. WILLIAM

Fro"1 'I Tri kTqeantii ~ill 1Selec t;Captaill
AMembe rs of the All-Fresh track team
will select their capltaini for the coiningf
season at a meeccting; to be held inmie-
diately folow'ing the Ine;'!onl Saturdaly
Tl''.('h -MEN ('Ci1NENl
LAST STIFF11111L
(ontiued f romfit l} l
WO, lUferCarroll, Pounelly, Kuivinen1,
Fish leigh ;Notr-e )ame-W aae ar
tholomlev, MeOsker.%
Pole vaiult: Michign Cross, K<,ss-
I er, \ Wiisol : NoIt rc )aine 1aeger,
f-enehlan.
liigb ,lm: iMichtiga:n Fleir<ay tor-
bin, 1Waterbury', Perkcins, kRussell ;No-
tre Dame -Miill, M1iller, I leleba li,
Kirland, 1Ycaer.
Shot put: Michigan- Cros, ,beachl;
Notre h aute--lacllunan, K e'f e, Cofal l
Two Ilap relay: hnrito bw selct-
iPd from men centeredl in other events.
fi)isqt 141 FY 1"ItiEsII
1,L ' SECON )D tE"'(;ka1
(Continued from Page,(!1 )
Enstein ,,,.. , . Si eel,Mo~n~utg
Sherr y, Iltead......... .Hanbeatu
Field gols -MM ead, Ml iviii5,Shoe-
mawker (0, teele, Crosby 3", Montalgue,
Ilaihen ;fol -Meln5, Wrigh;lt,
Cr-osby; refecree Craw l'ordl. 'Ihneoof
halvos --15 minutes.
Cajin 1Jaineson alone scoredI
enoug'-h poin1ts to (def'at0the pharmlics
in the third,. gam-e of the evening, the
arcjitect leader r'tiingiup nine bas-
kets during_ the 310 1minutes of play.
Thie lineup anud summary follows,:
Arvlitec1 (37)Plairitiles (17)
1 fickey... ......F......Feek(C)
J a11ePson (C) . F.........Shivel
Meibeyena...... C..........("lark
preiskiel .......... '. ......Macgregor
Cohage;cn, Holt...G... Anlkchen,
Rihmore
Field gzoals--Micey 5, Jameson 9,
Mibeyven 2, llreishrl _2, Feek X, Shivel
2, Clark;, Ankehent; Fouls --jamlesol,
Feek 2; referee--Craiwfor-d. Time of
halves-i-1)minutes
Senliorl aws Camne back: strongly ill
the lasthl of thir gae~me ith the
fresh barrister ,overcomling a..two
point 1(ead:and( inin out in a whirl-
wind finish by",th,-, sam1e margin. leis-

THDE STATE SAVINGS BNK
ANN ARBOR, MIH.
CAPITAL STOCK $100,000.00
SURPLUS AND PROFITS $125,000.00
'Wmi. J. Booth, Pres., WmArnold, Vice-Prey
John C. Waltz, Ciashier, R. A.Beal, Asst' Cash

1,%yif,/ %went In at guard, for the up-
perclaissmen wenSchoeffel was put
oult ofthae riuning as the result. of a,
pj!it riculi1y viioeit coll1ision1.
'Ihe(,lineup an11(1 smwary lollows:
",e4,J401 lames (10) Fl-esh 1,111s (14)
Mc ("le llaind (CJ) ..1L.. akker (C)
li(eed. .. ......F.......... Burns,
11,11............ ........Cox
tChoeCffel,'
Lesrit. . G.....tates
MlCaw..:........ ...........Hall
1 ield goais --lR lcIlellaxd 2, Mairx 3,
1.a.1ke<r, burns 2,cox 2 ; fouls- -Mc-
C lel lu 3 a er4;refe re ---Apple-'
gate .Time cof, halves-15 minutes.

WILLING BENTLEY & WILLING

ILADIES' SOUVENIR MATINEE TODAY
REMEMBER Wednesday March _1,is, IS"PAY DAY" at the Majestic

Coning Monday-"GENE GREEN" The Czar ofF
repertoire of iooo Raggy Songs 'The Admiration of al

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SINGING, TALKING & DANCING

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F riday-Saturdly, Feb. 26-27
Edgar Atchison Ely +& Co.
PRESENT
" li11y"sTombstones"
COMEDY SKETCH
LYLLIAN WAT1SONj FLYING LA MARS
Character Singing Comedienne I SENSATIONAL AERIALISTS
COLUMBINE AND HER FOUR HARLEQUINS'
A_ Singing and Dancing Novelty

MEMO

[eel.s
rxemt Prices
Orex.' s Ceafete*-ia
Omly Ca fetevia,.
ADIES

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BUSY? Yes Indeed.
'With Easter scarce-
ly amonth'away,.
we must plan carefully to
be able to complete your
order at the last moment. It is
really better to choose your fab-
ric now and let us make-up your,
suit more leisurely. If you wish,
have it delivered later. 'We will
appreciate pleasing you accurately
and without undue haste. "And you
will appreciate our courteous service.

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CCaps, and Gowns
for All
Departmnen ts
You Lits, you Laws, you
ItEii ieers - you Seniors
flom4 every Department
-we're ready 'to take
your measure no0w.
We've openled the Gap
anid Gown section and.
placed it in exper-ienced
hands.
Our, outfits are from
COx. Sons and Vining
--the well-known eastern
academxxic cos ttumeri.
Rental c'liarge is ;h.oo
from wig-ntthrouigh
comimencemfenlt. Pay--
ilenlt only when dielivered.
(Third Floor)

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a campus institution.

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The Bond Street'
Company Ltd.

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