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February 28, 1915 - Image 7

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THE MICHIGAN AL

LAILY

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-ing Showing of
4 BLOCH SUITS

February Cut

Price

Sale

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PERIAL HATS

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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tt, Apfel & Co.

Wm. Dieterle
94 Fort Street West
Detroit
SPBING ORDERS TAKEN NOW

y that animal instinct with
DEAN'S
Fresh Roasted.
Peanuts
A FULL
POUND 10C
214 S. Main S t

SEIND INVITATIONS
FgO COMING MEET
Millard Hopes That 50 of 700 Schools
Asked to Interscholastic
Will Show up
MANAGER TRYOUTS TO REPORT
Invitations will be sent out tomor-
row to 700 Nigh schools and prepara-
tory s hool in this section of the
country for the 17th nnu.l iicjg n
interscholastic, according to Interseho-
lastic Manager Millard. The dates for
the coming "prop" school meet are
May 21 and 22. 1
All high schools inthe state of Mich-
igan will be invited to send represen-
tatives, and in addition those in nor-
thern Indiana, Illinois, and Ohio. A
few schools in Pennsylvania and a high
school or two in Buffalo will also be
invited. Wisconsin will be represent-
ed by a few of the stronger track teams
from that state, among which will be
Keewatin.
Last year there were 32 schools en-
tered, with more than 150 athletes
competing. This year Interscholastic
Manager Millard hopes to have fully 50
institutions with 200 athletes contest-4
ing. All schools which answer the in-
vitgy will receive a prospectus'
contauinig jlfe information and eligi-
bility rules, and in additin the 4th,.t.
ic association annual. Manager Mil-
lard announced last night that he
wished tryouts for the position of man-
4er, would report to him at once.'
DI. G. f. NA SMYTH WILL SPEAK
ON ARli A4 AND WORLD STATE

I 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.
noppe's Studio
619 E. Liberty Street.

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Look at our Show Windows f.r

CANDY SPECIALT IES
Every day in the week.

Dress Suits and Opera Hats to rent.

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Temple Theatre
ADMISSION G5
(excoept Friday and Saturday)

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I REULE, CONLIN FIEGEL CO.

THE SUGAR BO4SL
14S. Main St.

Monday, Mareh 1
The Magnate of Paradise, with
August Phillips.
Tuesday, March 2
"In the Lions' Den."
Wednesday, Marel l3
"Money," with Vivian Prescott.

WlAE Pride Ourselves on th
kd of Program wo
Prdce byus

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TeOrpheum Theatre
TeHouse of Famous Plays by Famous
Players..
MON. & TUJES., MARCH z-
Edward Abels in "The Million."
NED NESDAY, MARCH g
"Officer 666."

Remember, we couldn't do this if the product
didtet warrant it. Get in on a good thing
and leave your next order with us.; l

, Shaffner&
irx V a rs i ty
dels for young
i are the smartest,
ppiest styles ever
red to the young
i of Ann Arbor.
i wear anything different,
I show poor judgment
clothes.

Arcade Theatre

/ hPlaycr-mSdhaircr co
ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN
PROTECT YOUR' EYES
The blinding reflection of sunlight on the white
snow causes a very severe strain on the eyes.
Amber Glasses 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.

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Authority to Address Members
01 Cosmopoltn and
Polity Clubs

afford to fail to see
ty of Varsity Clothes

Members of the newly formed Inter-
national Polity club and the Cosmo-
politan club will meet at 7:30 o'clock
tomorrow night in Harris hall, to hear
a lecture by Dr. George W. Nasmyth,
president of the association of Cosmo-
politan clubs and director of the In-
ternational Federation of Students, on
"America, and the World State.".
Dr. Nasmyth was in Europe at the
outbreak of the war, where he studied
conditions, and consequently has an-
intimate knowledge of all of the war-
ring countries. It is his idea that
America has a unique opportunity to
serve the world by a nation-wide dis-
cussion of the terms of settlement
which will make for a more permanent
peace in the future.
Engineers Try Out Building Materials
Experiments now being conducted
in the mechanical engineering depart-
ment along lines of the conductivity of
building materials, mark Michigan's
department as being among the pro-
gressive in the mechanical field. A test-
ing machine devised by Dean M. E.
Cooley and Prof. John R. Allen, of the
mechanical engineering department, is
now being used daily.
Leverett WvilI Lecture on Glaciation
Frank Leyerett, of the United States
geological survey, will begin a series
of 12 lectures on the Pleistocene glaci-
ation of North America and Europe at
7:00 o'clock Tuesday evening in the
Russell seminary room. The lectures
will be extended over a period of six
weeks, and will be given every Tues-
day and Thursday evening.

SHOWS:AFTERNQONS 4;00: EVE. 6:15; 7:45; 9:15
MONDAY, MARCH i
Madam Doube X, Essanay Com-
edy.. The Old Code, two part
Selig drama. Mary Pickford in
two short dramas.

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HATS FOR SPRING
Our Spring hats are now ready.
We carry the most complete stock
of up-to-date headgear to be found
anywhere. Our prices are $2.00,
$2.50, $3.00, and $-.50 for the very
best; every hat guaranteed to give
satisfaction. We also make hats to
order and do al kinds of hat work.
Your last season's hat reblocked
in the latest shape with new trim-
mings makes it look like new and
up-to-date..
FACTONY NEAT STORE

-Leo N. Burnett, '14, has sold a short
story "Twenty-Five Dollars to Go" to
the Black Cat Magazine in New York
City, Burnett is reporting on the Peo-

ering-plants at Belle Isle.
-Multigraphed lists of new books r
ently added to the university libra
have been placed on the delivery dE
at the general library, and while tI
last, they may be had by any stude:
interested.
-Senior engineers are making pla
for the second class dinner of the ye
to be held It the Union within the nE
two weeks.
-Mrs. Adelaide Northam has be
chosen as rural public health nu:
for Washtenaw county.

25.. up to $8.00
HALL EJR ,JEWE L R Y CO.
STATE STREET JEWELERS

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LUTZ

Gene Green "Czar of Ragtime" has
a repertoire of a 1,000 ragtime songs.,
102-5
In future all cars stop at Goodyear
Drug Store. .t
I personally claim that Gene Green
is the "Czar of Ragtime." Come and
judge for yourself. Frank Butterfield,
Mgr. Majestic. 102-5
10c rents a kodak today. Lyndon.
Buy your Mazda lamps at Switzer's,
310 S. State. tf
Suite of rooms for one, two, or three
boys at 523 E. Madison St. 104 &105

othing Store
THE HOME OF
Schaffner & Marx Clothes

ria Journal, at Peoria, Ill. -Approximately 40 pounds of seeds
-Dean M. E. Cooley and Prof. H. C.'valued at $60, have been received b:
Anderson, of the engineering college, the forestry department. They will be
returned home yesterday morning planted in the university experimenta
from Washington, Baltimore and New nursery.
York City, where they have been for
the past week on private business. SCHOEFFEl;REPORTED TO HATE
-Professor Campbell Bonner, head of GOOD CHANCES FOR RECOVERY
the Greek department is giving a se- It was reported last night by Dr. H
ries of talks on "Comparative Relig-'H. Cummings, of the university health
ions" to university students at 9:30 service staff, that the condition ao
o'clock every Sunday morning in Har- Carl.cheff, 't Lh wodwas s
s hlCarl E. Schoeffel, 15L, who was se
ris hall. Professor Sanders of the.Lat- riously injured in a basketball gam
in department is also giving a course Thursday night, is much improved an
on "The History of the Bible" in the that an operation will not be neces
same building and at the same hour. sary. Schoeffel is suffering from in
-Miller H. Pontius, '14L, at present ternal injuries, received from a sever
coach of the football team at the Uni- blow in the stomach. Attending phy
versity of Tennessee, and former Var- sicians believe that he has a good
sity lineman, was in Ann Arbor yes- chance of complete recovery, but h
terday. will probably be confined to the hos
-Cyril Quinn'14, fullback on Yost's pital for several weeks.
1913 team, was in Ann Arbor Friday.
-Frederick Stevens, '87, for many iW'omen's Gargoyle to Appear Frida
years associated with J. P. Morgan and "A laugh in every line," the sloga
Company, will after a short tour of of the Gargoyle, has been carried ou
China and Japan take up his residence to the letter in the women's number c
in Ann Arbor. the comic magazine, which will ap;
-Prof. 11. A. Gleason's class in ecolI pear on Friday, March 5, according t
ogy went to Detroit yesterday, where the promises of the editress, Alice W
they made an inspection of the flow- ard, '15.

SPECIAL OFFER TO EVERY
UNIVERSITY STUDENT

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Open Sundays 9:30 to 4:=0, yaios

The best place to buy the Best $5.06
, Men's Shoes is at Gross & Dietzel, 119
tt E. Washington St. eod W

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

PHONE 1707
DR DELIVERY'

120-1E2 .
E. LIBERTY ST.

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