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With Collars Attached
We have them in all sleeve lengths
Knitted Coats and Spring Shirtings now on display.
READY AT YOUR SERVICE
Correct Spring Attire for
Tin ker & Company
COR. S. STATE and WILLIAM STS.
$15 to $30
$12 to $25
$8 to $20
$8 to $18
STUDENTS TO TALK
' TAKEN NOW
S. Main St.
the women's dormitory on
ersity avenue is progress-
, and its construction has
ed the fourth floor. The
to be known as "The Mar-
luilding," since it is being
the Cook family, of Hills-
mory of their mother, Mar-
ning the building, every,
the personal comfort of the
of the women to occupy
de. The principal feature
floor is the large hall and
n. Rooms will be single for
irt,. but will be connected in
double hall, and each floor
a large reception hall in
The building is to be
lighted by the ,university
rE UNIVERSITY HEAD
AK AT COMMENCEMENT
0. Thompson, of Ohio State
has been secured to de-
"aduating classes this year.
Schroeder, Parker, Webber and Re.
mann Will Speak before Public
DEAN V. C. VAUGHAN TO PRESIDE
W. W. Schroeder, '16L, H. D. Parker,
'16L, C. C. Webber, '15, and L. C. Rei-
mann, '17L, have lieen secured to ad-
dress °a public meeting to be held at
7:30 o'clock tonighttingthe Presbyteri-
an church for furthering the interests
of the Straight Five-Mile act now be
fore the legislature.
The meeting which will be under the
chairmanship of Dean Victor C. Vaugh-
an of the Medical School will be an
effort on the part of the local backers
of the bill to let the people of Ann Ar-
bor see what a coterie of the older
students on the Michigan campus think
of the measure.
The public bearing on the bill is
scheduled to take place on Wednesday
morning of this week at Lansing, and
the local committee of the business and
faculty men who have been active in
the support of the passage of the bill
are planning on sending a- delegation
of about 50 men composed of represen-
tative business, and faculty men and
students to the state capital to speak
in favor of the adoption of the meas-
The committee is also planning, on
bringing the matter of campus prohi-
bition before all nieetings of young
peoples' societies which are to be held
in local churches tonight, and to this
end they have secured speakers to ad-
dress each of these gatherings.
JiU)DSON AND BREAKEY LAUDED
IN MARCH ISSUE OF ALUIINUS
Containing "in memoriam" articles
and pictures of Richard Hudson, '71,
emeritus professor of history, and of
William F. Breakey,'59M, professor of
dermatology, 1905-1912, the March cop-
ies of the Michigan Alumnus were is-
Figures are given showing the need
of a new hospital for the university, as
the present ones are now inadequate
for the needs of the Medical School. A
report of the executive committee of
the advisory 'council is given, as is also
of the new course in aviation given
in the engineering college. Things
which the Union accomplishes within
its own particular province are relat-
ed, and the student Forum meetings
and Sunday lectures held at the Union
are fully explained.
UNI.VERSITY AUTHORITIES WILL
ATTEMPT TO CHECK ROBBERIES
According to Prosecuting Attorney
Carl A. Lehman, the university author-
ities will cooperate with the prosecut-
or, the sheriff and the chief of police
to end the robberies which have taken
place recently in fraternity and soror-
ity houses. President Harry B. Hutch-
ins representing the university talked
matters over with Mr. Lehman yes-
Employment Bureau Aids Jobless Men
Several students have been supplied
with work during the past two days at
the Michigan Union employment bu-
reau. Employment for students plan-
ning on work for the spring and sum-
mer vacations is on hand in abun-
dance at the bureau.
Shoes repaired while you rest. 0. G.
Andres, 222 S. State St. eod Tu
Continued re-orders prove the
quality and merit of our work in
both Portrait and Commercial De-
Our satisfied customers are our
biggest advertisement. S e e us
about your) work; we compete
with one and all.
We have recently received a fine
new lot of Moldings, and are mak-
ing a specialty of artistic picture
Films developed for 15C per roll. Prints
made from ;c upwards
Ann Arbor's Finest Studio
619 E. Liberty Street
Fine Spring Haberdashery
Headquarters bor Manhattan Shirts, $1.60 to
Perrin's Spring Gloves. Beautiful Spring Neckwe
The World's Best Underwear
Hosiery and other Quality Fixings
(except Friday and 'Saturday)
Monday, March 15
Gladys Huelette in "Tracked by
Wednesday, March 17
Irene 'owley in "Lady of
Shown on an interesting, educative
basis. For a vivid look at a~tonio-
bile factory methods seen on the
Fri., Mar. 12, and Mon., Mar. 15
1000 FEET OF FILM
Finest Jewelry Repairing and Stone Setting
The Big Store
... ..,,.o. .,
For further information call
Springer Auto Sales Co.
204 W. Huron Phone 1925
The h ouse of Famous Plays by Famous
Mon. & Tues. March 15-16
Boswort all star cast in "''uck-
Wednesday, March 17
Isabel Rea in "Fire and Sword"
Wed. & Thurs., March 18-19
Eith Taliaferro in "Young .Rom-
SHOWS:AFTERNOONS 4;00: EVE. 6:15; 7:45; 9:15
Monday, March 15
"The Spirit of the Violin," 2 part
Selig drama. 'The Making of
Him," 2 part Lubin drama.
"Mr. Pepperie Temper and the
Mexican's Chickens,". Kalem
Free S' ow Saturdays, 2:30, for
Grade School Children
Look at our Show Windows for
* Every day in the week.
THE SUGAR BOWL
104 S. Main St.
The Drugless System of
measuring eyes to deter-
mine the need of glasses is the
logical, reasonable, s c i e n t i fi c
method. I will be pleased to dem-
onstrate the efficiency of my system
of eye measurements to you. o 6
Making glasses in our own shop enables
us to give you the best optical service
obtainable. Any lens furnished in from
one to three hours.
EMIL H. ARNOLD
Optometrist - Optician
With Arnold & Co., Jewelers
220 S. Main Street
esident Thompson was present at
seventy-fifth anniversary of the
ling of the University of Michigan,
ihe spoke on behalf of the state
30 AGENTS WANTED.
reral Michigan students cleared
I each last summer vacation. If
need money to return to Michigan
October write us and we will
our representative to call on you.
Clayton, New Jersey, Box 58.
e "Chuck" Webber, "M" Baseball
make a "hit" at the Presbyterian
tch Reiman, this year's big tackle,
k the line" tonight at the Pres-
ian Church, 7:30.
au Palm, an educated native Ger-
-tutors and conducts conversa-
I German classes. Phoenetics a
alty. Phone 1878-J, 515 E Jeffer-
}Spring Hats Now Ready
We carry a complete stock of the
most up-to-date hats to be found
anywhere. All late hats are trim-
mied with the bowr exactly on the
side. Hats with bow in the back
or at the quarter are out of~date,
old timers. we make hats to order and
do all kinds of hat work. Your last
season's hat re-blocked in the latest
shape, with new trimmings' will look
. new and up-to-date.
FACTORY HAT STORE
118. I. lir ojmSt.
Report Diphtheria hPatients Improving
University hospital authorities re-
ported last night that Wilson Robin-
son, '15E, and T. L. Childs, '17E, who
'have been confined to the hospital with
diphtheria since Thursday night, are
showing signs of improvement, and
that the cases are not considered se-
PROMINENT CHICAGO ALUMNUS
WILL TALK AT GET-TOGETHER
W. D. McKenzie, '96, to Give Advice for
Students Planning to
Live in Cities
William D. McKenzie, '96, will speak
on, "The College Graduate in the City,"
at the Michigan Union, at 3:00 o'clock
this afternoon. Mr. McKenzie is a,
prominent attorney in Chicago where
he is connected with the law firm of
Knapp and Campbell.
"I should like very much to say
something which will be of help to
men who are coming to Chicago,"
wrote Mr. McKenzie, "or, in fact, to
any city." The speaker was promi-
nent in university activities especially
in athletics. On leaving college he
taught in various schools and passed
the Illinois Bar examinations. He is
a leader in the alumni movement for
a new Michigan Union clubhouse, and
last year he was president of the Chi-
cago alumni association.
Rudolph J. Hofmann, '15, arrange-
ments chairman of the Union Sunday
get-togethers, has secured George P.
McMahon, '16, to sing, and J. L. Dris-
coll, '18, to play the ukelele.
TAKEN-Will .the person who
my trousers at the Waterman (
and caused me to come home
Gym Suit, please return to E. A
ber, 810 E. Huron.
LOST-A bunch of keys. Fastene
a button hook. Call 1387.
WANTED-Typewriting. Copying I
manuscripts neatly done at mo
ate rates. Phone 1407-J, or 230E
FOR SALE-Full dress coat and tr
ers cost $50. Worn 'one sea
Good as new. Size 36 White ves
cluded. Inquire 1021 E. Univer
Ave. Phone 1448-M.
FOR SALE-Large electric . vac
cleaner-almost new-cost $1
Will sell for less than half on
terms. Phone or call this office
LOST-Will the person who picket
the gold watch, Hudson Motor
fob attached, near auto at end of
gineering Building Thursday a
noon return same to Room 241,
Engineering Building, and rec
Victrola Records Will Wear Longer
If you clean thesi often. This can bedone by laying the rec'ord on 'a
flat surface and using either a "Dust Off" Record Cleaner or a piece
of cheese cloth moistened with sweet oil, When swveet oil is used,
care should be taken to rub the record dry. Byusing sweet oil on
your records once every two or three months, all the fne needle lust
and fingermarks are removed. sMoreover, your records will have a
new, glossy appearance.
"ON THE 5:15."
Just out on the Victrola.
120-122 E. Liberty St.