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desirable-while poor ones are repulsive.
Good pictures are
Here in Ann Arbor it doesn't cost any more to get good pictures.
All you have to do is to go to reliable, experienced photographers
wvho have MADE GOOD right among Michigan Students in
yrears gone by -and are still making Good--so good that others
have never even approached equality. When you want (rood
Flashlights or Outside Groups go to
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C. 1. KIDD m Sophomore
1530-iJ 1112 S. Univ. Ave
115 S. Main St.
115 S. Main St1
116 Souithair -ntrvet
All Branches of Music
Are taught at the
On account of the BIusoni cocet in
Hill auditorium net Tuesday evening,
the regular rehearsal of the Choral
Union' will be held at the school of
music on Monday night.
Cercle Francais meets at 8:30 o'clock
tomorrow night in the Cercle rooms.
Pylon Enters into Phi Sigma Kappa
Pylon fraternity entered the ranks
of national fraternities yesterday by
becoming affiliated with Phi Sigma
Kappa. The induction ceremony was
under the charge of James A. Boehm,
and W. A. McIntyre, assisted by mem-
bers of other chapters of Phi Sigma
Kappa. There were 38 men initi-
ated, 23 of whom were members of the
active chapter of Pylon, the remainder
Prof. Friday. Will "Speak Tomorrow
Prof. David Friday, of the economics
department, and arold P. Scott, of
the rhetoric department, will repre-
sent the facvy at the smoker of the
Keystone State club to be given at the
Michigan Union, at 7:30 o'clock to-
morrow. Several Pennsylvania stud-
ents will furnish music
Wrestlers Eliminate Two in Tourney
Michigan's grapplers decided two
more bouts in the annual wrestling
tournament yesterday "afternoon in
Waterman gym, Reimann downing An-
drus in nine and one-half minutes, ard
Pttsley winning over Baer in a trifle
more than 30 minutes
Cosmopolitans Meet This, Afternoon
J. P. Naurier, of "th high school, wil
give a talk on Peru at a meeting of the
Cosmopolitan club to be held at 4:00
o'clock this afternoon in Harris hal.
In addition to the Sunday afternoon
social meeting, the club will hold Its
regular monthly business meeting.
Polonia Club Debates Polish Relie
Members of the Polonia club will
consider plans for assisting the Polish
relief committee for the benefit enter-
tainment to be given Friday, at its
meeting at the Union at 3 :00 o'clock
this afternoon. Among the speakers
will be J. 1. Lecki, '17E and W Sa-
CATHOLICS 61 TO4 16
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land, the Notre Dame hurdler, who was
forced to content himself with thirt
Incidentally Corbin proved himself
to be the individual star of the meet,
scoring seven points for the Maize and
Blue, and being the only man, outside
of the relay runners, to take part in
more than one event. His tie for se-
ond in the high jump and his first
place in the hurdles were the sources
F. L. HALL, 514 E. William~
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A ,ARe0. SILVE~S 5 AfNAR8
of his points.
Waterbury outdid himself, and won
back some of his laurels tarnished in
last week's meet, when he easily won
first in the high jump by clearing the
bar at 5 feet 8 inches. Corbin and Ber-
ray took the crowd by surprise and
beat out the sole surviving Catholic
when the bar reached 5 feet 6 inches,
but the second place went at a tie
since neither one of the Michigan men
could top the other's mark.
Michigan scored another slam when
Burby, John and Huntington took all
three places in the 440-yard run. The
race was easily Burby's after the saph-
omore struck his stride, the Catholics
only beating slin at the start. John
trailed B~urby the whole distance, and
was a good second in the race. The
only argument put up by Notre Dame
was in regardI to t hird, which was
close, but won by Huntington by about
.Coach Farrell expressed himself af-
ter the meet a~s being more than sat-
isfied with the showing of his men.
"Thmei r improvement ovyerm their show-
ing last week," he said, "is very grati-
fying. I am especially p~leased with
the work done in the middle. distance
The summaries follow:
35-yd. dash-preliminaries: 1st heat
--Hardy (ND) first ; O'Brien (MI) see-
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The Winner of Each Heat To Sing in The Final Wednesday Night, March 3
Wednesday 6A UPI
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NO LOSS B~Y FIRE
Triumphant Return of
v v lam(THE MAN FROM HOME)
IN THE COMEDY OF CHEERFULNESS
versity School of Music
R o~ o H As given one entire season in Chicago and the east half year in Boston.
"'Another Daniel Towrhees Pike in his new rote of Jim Whitman."
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Complete line of Students' supplies.
83 TIHE SENSATION OF SENSATIONS
,THE $100,000 PRODUCTION
ond. Time-4 1-5 sec.
2nd heat-Smith (IN) first;
man (ND) second. Time-4 2-5
Finals-Hfardy (Ni)) first;
(M) second; Bergman (ND)
Shot put -Bachman (NI))
Cross (MI) second; Keefe (ND)
Distaiice--43 ft. 3-4 fit.
40-yd. high hurdles-Co rbin
Melodrama Wi e
4 acts and 13 exciting scenes that grip from start to finish
S] AUO SMASH-UFP Two years at the Drury Lane, London;
SE RETTRAIN WRECK two y'ears in Australia and all last
THlE TUS SAUD'S WAX WORKS I season at the Manhattan Opera House,
EXCITING RACE SCENE New York.
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ene Green "Czar of Ragtime"
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are what makes a satisfied customer."
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*Enter your name with Mr. Butterfield
for the Gene. Green rag-time contest at
the Majestic Mon.-Tues.-Wed.,F March
1, 2, 3. 102-5
first; Catlett (M) second; Kirkland
(ND) third. Time-6 sec.
880-yd. run--Ufer (M) first; Fox
(M) second; Donnelly (M) third. Time
-2 min. 3-5 sec.
440-yd. dash-Burby (M) first; John
(M) second; iHuntington (M) third.
Time--53 4-5 sec.
Mile run-Carroll (M) first; Waage
(ND) second; Grauman (Mv) third.
Time-4 min. 26 4-5 sec.
High jump-Waterbury (lM) first;
Berray (M) and Corbin (M), -tied for
second. Height--5 ft. 8 in.
Yule vault-Wilson (Mv) first; Cross
(9) second; Kesler (M) third. Height
-11 ft. 2 in.
Relay race-won by Michigan- (Fon-
tana, Robinson, O'Brien, Smith), Notre
Dame (Bergman, Henehan, Welsh,
Hardy). Time-i min. 54 1-5 sec.
Final score-Michigan 61; Notre
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'WRG.HT AXPHONE TRIO
Michigan Union, Friday Evening, March 5th
Dancing 9 till 2.informal
For Tickets Call 236 or 374
DR. HUGH BLACK,
speaks to students
We find we hAve too ma y High Shoes on our shelves, hence
Sunday Evening, February
at 7:45 o'clock.
Any 65.00,S5.50 or $6.00 Bostonian
or Florsheit Shoe In the store at
Dr.,Black will address the
Rubber Soles included
308 S. STATE STREET