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THE MI

IGAN DAILY

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SPRING

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the air.

It's everywhere.

The real "Spruce Up'"
weather, when men cast
aside their winter togs
and bedeck themselves
with brand new Spring
clothes.

Are you keeping an "M" Book?
If not, why not?
It costs so very little, and you will value it so highly in after years,
that it hardly seems possible any Michigan student would overlook the
preservation of the many, many little things that only have to be
"pasted in."
Do it now. Come in and get the best "M" Book ever made for only $r
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NOW READY

SPRING HATS

Keep your eye on our window.
We show the nlatest styles all
the time.

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This store is the birthplace of good
clothes, where "Malcolm Tailoring"
has made its home, and when that
"Spruce Up'' feeling starts creeping
down your spine. Come in here as
quick as, you can and we'll relieve
you.

BASEBALL SQUAD WEAKENED B yF. L. HALL, 514 E. William
'LOSS OF INFIELDER HUGHIT T

its to order.

Dress Suits to rent

. J. MALCOLM
East Liberty Street Malcolm Block

Sale

Sizes

Lundgren Gives Men Long Practice In
Batting Cage; Fielding Drill
Unusually Short
"Tommy" Hughitt failed to appear
for baseball practice yesterday after-
noon, and it later became known that
Coach Lundgren's snappy little candi-
date for the third base position will
not be among the tryouts for positions
on this year's team.
Hughitt's work on the football team
in the past three year's coupled with
his two years of service on the base-
ball team has not been without effect
on his college work, and in order to
graduate, "Tommy" has found that he
must forsake his athletics during his
final semester.
Coach Lundgren kept his men in the
batting cage almost all afternoon, mak-
ing the fielding drill afterward shorter
than usual. Toles appeared in a suit,
and took a light workout in the cage at
the delivery end., The coach only let
him work for about 15 minutes. Shep-
ard failed to appear yesterday after-
noon, but his bad leg should not keep
him out of the game long.
EDITORIALS FEATURE MARCH
NUMBER OF MICHIGAN TECHNIC

PRESSING Gnd ealveed
NO LOSS BY FIRE
Pop. Mat. ' f Week Mar. 8
25c to$1.00 5Nigtt&Mat.
DETROIT
Smashing success. World's Biggest Melodrama
'THE WHiP"
Two years at Drury Lane, London. Two years
in Australia. All last season at the Manhattan
Opera House.
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Phone 2225

We carry a complete stock
of the most up-to-date hats to
be found anywhere. All late'
hats are trimmed with the
bow exactly on the side; hats
with bow in the back or at
the quarter are out of date,
old timers. We wake hats
to order and do all kinds of
hat work. Your last season's
hat reblocked in the latest
shape, with new trimmings
will look new and up-to-date.

$5

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FAC TORY HAT STOR
118 E. HURON STREET
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NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY SHOES
-AT
CAMPUS BOOTEKY
308 S. STATE STREET

Womens Shoes
RY CHEAP
Sign of Satisfaction

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Engineers on Subjects
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Editorials and editorial articles will
be the distinguishing feature of the
March number of the Michigan Tech-
nic, which will appear during the lat-
ter part of next week. The principalj
editorial will deal with the honor sys-
tem in examinations. Another will
attempt to prove that provincialism
cannot exist in the faculty of the 'en-
gineering college, because of the large
number of colleges and degrees which
are represented in the teaching force.
"Expansion and Extension of the Col-
lege of Engineering" is the title of an
article which is accompanied by an
editorial. .
H. H. Esseltyn, president of the
Detroit Engineering society, has writ-
ten the most important article, entit-
led "Progress Schedules for Construc-
tion Engineering "Work." Prof. B. F.
Bailey, of the electrical engineering
department, has contributed "The
Lighting and Starting Equipment of a
Modern Automobile." W. W. Taylor,
'93E, has allowed the Technikc to pub-
lish the thesis which he recently
wrote in obtaining the degree of chem-
ical engineer. The subject is "The
Utilization of High Sulphur Pyrites
Cinder in the Manufacture of Pig
Iron."
Van Noppen Concludes Lecture Series
Leonard C. Van Noppen lectured in
Tappan hall yesterday afternoon on,
"Milton and Vondel." He compared
the major works of the two poets with
great care, showing, by many exam-
ples, how closely Milton had followed
the Dutch writer. Mr. Van Noppen
concluded his series last night at Me-
morial hall with a lecture on "Fred-
erick Von Eden, the Dutch Tolstoi."
Fresh Lits To Hold Orchestra Tryouts
Tryouts for the fresh lit orchestra
will be held at 4:00 o'clock this after-
noon at the Union, when it wil be nec-
essary for everyone who is interested
in the work to report, as this is the
only tryout to be held by those in
charge of the organization. Those
interested in comedy work of any sort,'
or who are able to stage any kind of
"stunts;," will also meet at this time.

Mack's
We've the best facilities in
town for fitting and suiting
you perfectly. We guarantee
your complete satisfaction,
All caps and gowns are
from the well known Aca-
demic Costuming House of
CX SONS VININ6
and every garment conforms
perfectly with the intercol-
legiate code recently adopted,.
Orders should be placed at
once in order to be certain
of delivery for swing out.
Rental charge $2.00 per
outfit complete. Payment not
due until gowns are delivered.
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-'Make-up rounds" in .the. bridge
tournament will be held from 4:00 to
6:00 o'clock this afternoon at the Un-
ion for entries who have not yet com-
pleted their schedule.
-Dean M. E. Cooley, of the engineer-
ing college returned last night from a
week's business trip to Milwaukee and
Lansing. Decisions in regard to the
engineer's employment bureau and the
engineering exhibit, which have been
awaiting his return, will probably be
made this afternoon or tomorrow.
-William A. Hall, prescription phar-
macist of Detroit, gave a talk on,
"Mercuric Poisoning," yesterday after-
noon in room 151, chemistry building.
Mr. Hall went into the details of mer-
curic poisoning and offered as an anti-

REMEMBER Wednesday, March

McINTYRE (8. HEATH
IN THE 1915 EDITION OF THEIR BIGGEST MUSICAL COMEDY SUCCESS

P43W SHOW TODAY-15,BIGS MBST tf thie SEASON
SCOTCH LADSAND LASSIES
Maym. Remnington and Picks
s OTHER STANDARD ACTS
Ladies Souvenir Matinee Friday
School Childrens Matinee Saturday 5c.

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W HITdNE hY THE ATR
Thursday, March 11, 8:15 P. M.

TheHan

Tree

Book by Geo. Y. Hobart-Music by Jean Schwartz-Lyrics by Wm. Jerome
The World's Greatest Dancing Chorus
Staged by Ned Whirborn
PRICES: 50c., 75®., $1.00 $1.50 $2.00
Seat Sale Tuesday-PHONE 480-Mail Orders Now

17th (St. Patrick's Day) is "PAY DAY"

JOHN CORT Presents

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Two inter-
-ting, illustrated
P & kits-one about RIZ
hA CR -r < cigarette PaoerG,
the other r- owing how to 'Roll
ur Own" c-;re res-sen~t anywhere,
.on reou A 1-es-TheAnercan
o., Roomn14.)1,111 ifth Avenue, N.Y.

he discovered himself.
-Board jobs for three students are
now open at the Union employment
bureau, and anyone wishing to apply
is requested to do so at once.
-Prof. J. C. Hildner and Mrs. Hildner,
and Prof. A. R. Bailey and Mrs. Bailey,
are to be the chaperones at the sopho-
more engineer dance, to be given at
8:30 o'clock tonight - at the Michigan
Union.
-Carl G. Schoeffel, '15L, who was in-
jured in a basketball game about two
weeks ago, is reported by university
hospital physicians to be rapidly im-
proving, and he will probably be dis-
missed from the hospital in a day or

AERO SOCIETY MAKES PLANS
FOR RENEWING ACTIVITIES
Aero society, which was recently re-
organized following the suspension of
its activities last spring, will open ts
spring attractions immediately fo.tow
ing Easter vacation with two 'lectures
and a glider contest for its members.
The talks will be given ay the presi-
dent of the society, F, E. Loudy, '15E,
on "Samuel Pierpont Langley," one
of the world's greatest aviators.
An effort was made to bring Glenn
Curtiss, America's veteran aviator, to
Ann Arbor some time this spring to
lecture before the society, but tke
aeronaut was unable to accept thQ wo-
clety's invitation.

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WG'S ROLLER RINK
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
ronage, and insures prompt and courteous treatment
er and Employees are Students
NEW POLICY
d a policy that will do away with the usual objectionable features of the
one night a week, this night to be announced later.
y solicited. Student tickets are on sale at Wahr's and Sheehan 's.

dote, a newly devised remedy, which two.

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WE LEAD THEM ALL
Student's Supply Store

Headquarters for Engineers' Wants

Open all day Saturday
STUDENT RATES
NIIRICK, Mar.

Morse's and Gilbert's Candies.

Cigars, etc.

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1111 S. Univ. Ave.

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