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March 12, 1915 - Image 5

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THE MICHIGAN i-AlLY

Reule, Conlin, Fiegel (

Spring Showing of
STEIN BLOC H SUITS

READY AT YOUR SERVICE

IMPERIAL HATS

Correct Spring Attire for M

and all the new shapes and colors in
CAPS

Suits
Balmacaan s
Topcoats
Raincoats

$15 to $30
$12 to $25
. $8 to $20
. $8 to $18

Fin. Spring Haberdashery

tindeoscbmitt Apidl &0 C

RIFLE TE~AM TIES WITh YALE .
FOR FIRST PLACE IN CLASS "C"

Michigan Marksmen Probably
)Ieet Eli Guhnnen to Decide
Leadership

Will

I,

DIETERLE AND RUNDEiLL
TAILORS
NINTY-FOUR wEST FORT STREET
DETROIT, MICli.
FORME~R1,. WM. E. DiETERE
SPBING~ ORDERS TAKEN NO W

man

that animal instinct with
DEAN'S
FrIesh Roasted
P eanuts

With only one more match to be
shot before the Michigan Rifle club's
team clashes with the team from New
Haven, in what promises to be the de-.
cidling match of the class "C" indoor
schedule, Michigan and Yale stand
tied for first place, neither team hav-
ing as yet lost a match.
Judging from the past showing of
the Yale team, a collection of five men
who can shoot an -average of 185
should be easily able to defeat the on-
ly ppe'n t thlat sa ands hseriously be-
'ship. A team averaging 185 per man
would shoot a total score of 925, which
should be between 10 and 15 bett.er
than the Yale five has scored in its
last few encounters.
A slip in the Idaho match, which is
scheduled for Michigan for today,
would probably result in the destruc-
tion of the Wolverines' championship
hopes. Such a slip is unlikely in view
of the showing which the Michigan
team has made up to the present, and
should the Maize and Blue gunmen ac-
quit themselves as is expected of them
meet Yale with a clean slate.
The averages of the men who have
shot in official matches, as computed
from the scores are as follows:

qualit and merit of our rk tin
both Portrait and Commercial De-
partments.
Our satisfied customers are our
biggest advertisement. S e e us
about yoi work; * we compete
with one and all.
We have recently received a fine
new lot of Moldinga, and are mak-
ing a specialty of artistic picture
framing.
Films developed for 15C per roll. Prints
made fromc upwards
HOPPE'S
Ann Arbor's Finest Studio
619 E. Liberty Street

I

tLook at our Show Windows for

The Big Store

I

CANDY SPECIALT IES
Every day in the week.
T H SUGAR BOW L
.104 S. Main St.

200-202
South Main

Tempe Teatre
(except Friday and Saturday)
THURS., MARCH II
"The Navajo Ring"
"Sophie's Home Coming"
"Palsy in Business"
"The Plot'' withstelo Mardo als
8th story of the "The Master Key"
"Every nc a king" wit F Irancis X
Bushman and also Mary Pickford
In "Female of The Species"

Headquarters bor Manhattan Shirts, $1.50 to $'
Perrin 's Spring Gloves. Beautiful Spring Neckwear
The World's Best 'Underwear
Hosiery and other Quality Fixings

A F UL L
POUND

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W A T CHES

214 S. Main St.

Wa ithab

Elgin.

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Get Your

AND OW

- at -

ack'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 A ca-
demic Costuming House of
COX SONS & VINING
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.

.7 -'~ V
Elizabeth Cleveland, '96, vocational
counsellor in the'public schools of De-
troit, who speaks to university women
at Sarah Caswell Angell hall at 4:00
o'clock this afternoon, on "Opportuni-
ties Other Than Teaching for College
Women in the Public School System,",
will hold consultation hours from 8:00
until 4:00 o'clock a.nd from 5:00 Until
6:00 o'clock today in the parlors of
Barbour gymnasium. Specific ap-
pointments may be arranged for by
calling Elsie Paul, '17, telephone 452.
rrhere will be an imformal discussion
after Miss Clevelan d's talk this after-
noon.
The vocational counselling commit-
tee, under whose auspices Miss Cleve-
land 8peaks, plans to bring other
speakers and counsellors on the vo-
cations for women to Ann Arbor dur-
ing the present semester, to follow up
the work of the January conference.
Chaperons for the Women's League
fancy dress party, at 8:00 o'clock Sat-
urday evening will be Dean Myra B.
.Tordan, Miss Alice Evans, director of
Barbour gymnasium, and Miss Marion
Wood. Mrs. Thomas E. Rankin will
act as a judge, in addition to Mrs. Wil-
ber R. Humphreys and Mrs. Harry V.
Wann.
Grace Marquedant, '15, has charge of
the senior class stunt, Honor Gaines,
'16, of the junior, and Margaret Bas-
sett, '17, and Margaret Hawxhurst, '18,
of the underclass stunts. The nature
of all these competitive features is
being kept secret, though reheasals
are taking place regularly.
* * *
Rehearsal for the junior play at 8:00
o'clock today will be held in Newberry
hail instead of in Sarah Caswell An-
gell hail, owin g to Miss Cleveland's
lecture.
* * *
There will be a junior-senior bas-
ketball game in Barbour gymnasium
at 4:50 o'lock today.
Symphonic League's "at home" for
members of the Women's League at
the school of, music annex, will be held
from 3 :00 until 6: 00a o'clock so that
university women can attend both it
and Miss Cleveland's lecture.
* * *
There will be a 10 mile cross-coun-
try walk tomorrow afternoon, the.
squad leaving Barbour gymnasium at
1 :30 o'clock sharp. One honor point
ithe athletic honor system wil be
given for completing the 10 imiles.

R.
v.
C.
F.
M.
W.

S.
J.
C.
B.
W.
B.
H. '

J. P. Thompson
L. C. Wilcoxen
0. Curtiss. ...
J. R. Moser ....

Anderson
Schoepfle
Simons .
Marks
Wood ...
Cutting .
Hussey .

Matches Total
....3 545
. .. ..6 1088
. 6 1087
. 6 1073
. 6 1052
...6 1052
S5 875
S5 860
. 2 328
. 3 479
... 1 144

Av.
182
181
181
180
180
180
172
164
160
144

Orpheum Theatre
The House of Famous Plays by Famous
Players.
Thura., March 11 antd Fri., Mar. 12
." Handworth in The Shadows"
Octavia.
Sat., March 13
"In the Truth Wagon"
Max Figman

II

Studebaker
Production
basis." jor a vid lo atdutomo
bile factory methods seen on the
Iilms at
THE TEMPLE
Fri., Mar. 12, and Mon., Mar. 15
1000 FEET OF FILM
For further information call
Springer Auto Sales Co.
204 W. Huron Phone 1925

Finest Watch and Jewelry Repairing

CHESS MEN RATTLE

IN CHICAM40

)lid -Western Intercollegiate Society
Meets April 9 and 10
Officials of the Mid-Western Inter-
collegiate Chess association have set
the date for this year's tournament
yfor Api s9 and 10, at the rooms of the
Chicago.
The entrants up to the present time
include the University of Chicago, Uni-
versity of Illinois and University of
Michigan. Armour Institute, of Chi-
cago, and Washingtonl University, of
St. Louis, may also send teams.
The number of men on each team
will probably be four this year. In
the past, only three men have been
sent to represent each college, but
this has been held to be too small a
number to offset any advantage result-
ing from an overwhelming superior-
ity of one man, as is frequently the
case in chess tourneys. The four-man
team is calculated to minimize the im-
portan ce of individual star playing,
and to encourage team work.
The Michigan team has not been
selected yet, and will probably not be
chosen until the end of; the club tour-
nament, on April 3.
Prof. A. E. White to Address Clhemists
Prof. A. E White will address the
University of Michigan branch of the
Amer-ican Chemical society -on, "A
Stuldy of the Influence of Heat Treat-
ment on the Physical Properties of
Copper and Brass," at 4:15 o'clock,
Tuesday, March 23, in room 165 of the
chemistry building.

iH A L LER JEWE LRY CO.
STATE STREE T JEWELERS
- SePL dde g6cfding
'17 ur~ isno ens tothe above pic-
eier is t~erse any sense to the
tite; nebth e fuhlly as sensible as
t e of the btharpeople do ~eve
or ntance S me p ope s package
cheap cigarette put up in artfancy nt
an pY wce whatt swrh Whly j o
try a sensiblen obAccI Ak e4
frills; ust good, clean toa cc eigha 'lly
bedd and put pnasesbeaca.
The $500 Prize
$500 will be paid to the college student who sends to no.
Thisd~pblihed the best original advertisement for Fatima eigar;ttes
pulihtehilepy$hewrte $.Fllstttiyura...*
Anthertis ain C n- yoc an, but If yu cant draw, then use your odak or
tiuvrtiing on- Prize will be awarded by a committee of three pr m-
test, is the work of met advertiing men. L. B.Jones Ado. Algr. Eao.t-
Mr. J. P. Watson, l.c nc ' nd 'J. George Frederick, Editor fr-
Cornell Unliver - U"'1M
sity. ~~jj ~j~j~ 222 Fifth AVO., Nw Yorl; C ty
'J1IaTURnsH BazND

Arcade Theatre
SHOWS:AFTERNOONS 4:00: EYE 6:15; 7:45; 9:15
Thurs., Mar.11 -Underneath the Paint,
Three part Special Feature, with
Helen Gardner. Olive's Manufactur-
ed Mother, Edison; and a Biograph
comedy.
Friday, March 1 2-- "The School of
eScandal" with Alice Joyce and Guy
cooabs Thiee famous comedy in e-

mo t tt ats to be found
anywhere. All late hats are trim-
med with the bow exactly on the
side. Hats with bow in the hack
ordatthe quarte earee out of. date,
seaon's hat re-blocked in u th lts
shape, with new trimmings, will look
new and up-to date.
FACTORY H AT STORE
118 E. Hiss-n St.

II

-p1j4c

and street hat opening Fri-
turday March 12 and 3 at
iliy, 206 EI Liberty
frsngle passenger now

Contest 32-B

30 Agents Wanted.
Several Michigan students cleared
$400 each last summer vacation. If
you need money to return to Michigan
in October write us and we will send
our representative to call on you. Give
references. Silver-Chamberlain Co..
Clayton, New Jersey, Box 58.

*1

Sp~eilfrS tra
A THREE FOLD ALL LEATHER BILL BOOK AND
CARD CASE COMBILNED - WORTH MUCH MORE THAN
WE ASK - A BIG VALUE FOR SATURDAY ONLY.
PRICE 14 CENTS
Edsell's Rexall Drug Store
20s 5. MAIN STREET

ad Good Service
stisfied customer.
clig15 .t
SON LNEN CYCO
rhaps told you that
ro pictures on "ln-
Iisasad miistake.
yo ifyu want it
od picture by using

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Vctrol Records Will Wear Longer
If you clean theni often. This can be done by laying the record on a
flat surface and using either a "lust Off" Record Cleaner or a piece
of cheese cloth moistened with sweet oil. When sweet oil is used,
care should be taken to rub the record dry. By using 'sweet oil on
your records once every two or three months, all the fine needle (lust
and finger marks are removed. Moreover, your records will have a
new, glossy appearance.

The best place to buy the Best $5.06

Men's Shoes is at Gross
E. Washington St.

& Dietzel, 119
eod -w

For Musical Instruments of
Description, Victrolas, and Edii
amond Disc Machines, go to S
BERLEI & SON MUSIC HOUS1E
Street.

Prompt Day and Night service.
52 Holmes Taxi Co.

tf

"ON THE 5:15."
GRINNELL BROS.

Just out on the Victrola.

522

Get that l0c San Marco 'igar Sat. or
120-122 E. Liberty St. Sun. for 5 cents at Sugd'eu flaug Co.,
302 S. State St. 'sod Wed

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