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TH~E MICH{IGAN DAILY

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SPRING

It's in the air.

It's everywhere.

I'll trade you?
One of the new Model Kodaks
for your old one
and a reasonable "boot"

SPRINS HATS
NOW READY
Keep your eye on our window.
We show the latest styles all
the time.

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

I want 50 more 2nd hand KODAKS to
rent and sell.
LYNDON 719 N. Universityj

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.

PICK STUDENTS IN
FRENCH PLAY CAST
Ruth Crandall to 4{'e Skit Preceding
Annual Cercle Prod utioll
S P ext Mont i
TO RESE'NT COME1)DY APRIL 24

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Shirts to order.

Dress Suits to rent

Forthe bestA
maehto-measure J. KM
Suilt in town 64o4ast Liberty Street Malcolm Block

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Cle aring Sale
of Broken Sizes
in
Mens and Womens Shoes
VERY CHEAP
At the Sign of Satisfaction

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9 E. LIBERTY ST.

Rubbers

High Class Shoe Repairing_

ARRICK
DETR.OIT
bert B.Mantell
in'

F. L BALL, 514 E.William
Phone 2225
PRESSNG Goods CniIEd For
P E and DeIiv'- re

NO LOSS RY FIRE

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If you're sure of Graduating
Then it's time to make certain that your cap
and Gown will be on hand for Swing-Out Day.
costumes ordered now will reach here before or
during vacation. Costumes ordered later-well,
we'll do our best when the time comes.
In the meanwhile please call and be measured
as soon as convenient.
All outfits are supplied by
COX, SONS & VINING
Rental charge is $2.00 from Swing-Out through Com-
mencement. Payment only when delivered.
(THIRD FLOOR)

Final selections were made today
from among the tryouts for roles for
the Cercle Francais annual play, "La
Poudre aux Yeux," which will be pre-
sented April 29, in Sarah Caswell An-
gell hall.
The play, which is a modern French
comedy, will be presented by 15 stu-
dents in the French department. It
represents the attempts of two fami-
lies of the French middle class to
"Throw dust in the other's eyes," in
an endeavor to win admiration.
Preceding the play, the skit, "l
Faut .qu'une Porte Soit Ouverte ou
Fermee," will be presented by Ruth
Crandall, '15, as La Marquise, and Rod-
ney Parker, '16, as Le Cmte. The
scene will be laid in the home of the
marquise and will be given more for
the pure, classic French used than for
any other reason.
The cast of " 0La Podreaux Yeux"
follows:
M. Malingear, medecin...........
.~Lloyd Curby, '17L
M. Ratinois, ancien confiseury.....
......Manuelo Delvalle, '16E
Frederic, advocat, fils de Ratinois..
.............Harold B. Corwin, '17L
Oncle Robert, marchand de bois .. .
.......Walter Atlas, '18
Un maitre d'hotel . .Douglas Menut, '18
Un Tapissier .... Jacob Braude, '18
Mme. Malingar .. Lucie Buchler, Grad.
Mme. Ratinois....... Alice Taylor, '15
Emmeline, fille de Malingear......
.Adele Crandall, '17
Josephine, femme de chambre de
Ratinois . .. .Beatrice Lambrecht, '16
Alexandrine, femme de chambre de
Malingear ..........Vena Marsh, '17
Sophi, culsiniere de Malingear ....
...........Dora von Walthausen, '15
Un chasseur, en livree.........
... Donald McIntyre, '17
Un petit oegre .................. .
Chester Fordney, '15E
TO EXA1l:NE FOR 6S POSITIONS
14 S. Civil Service Tests Will Be Held
n Detroit March 27
United States civil service exami-
nations have been announced for ap-
proximately 68 positions in the inspec-
tion department of the bureau of nav-
igation, the examinations to be given5
March 27, in Detroit and other cities
of the country.
The work will consist in counting
passengers going on and leaving
steamboats, in order that crowding
may be prevented. The wages range
from $2.50 to $4.50 per day, with the
period of work lasting from three to
five months in the summer. The ex-
aminations will consist of tests in
spelling, arithmetic, penmanship, re-
port writing, copying and correcting
manuscript, and geography and civil
government.
All persons desiring to take the ex-
aminations should write the United
States Civil Service Commission,Wash-
ington, D. C., stating the title of the
examination desired and applying for
form number 304. The title of the
examination is as follows: United
States Civil Service Examination. In-
speptor (Male). March 27, 1915.
J. Dasgupta Lectures to Drama League1
Jnanada Dasgupta, grad, lecturedt
before the Drama League, yesterday
afternoon, on "Hindoo Drama, with
Special Referrence to Tagore and His
'Chitra.' RThe lecture consisted of a
brief outline of the dramatic and phil--!
osophical background that produced
the Indian genuis. Mr. Dasgupta fur-
ther gave a brief comparison of the
Hindoo and American systems of ed-
ucation.
Canadian Cl Plans Year's Program
Plans for the year were discussed at

a smoker of the Canadian club in the
Press building last night. Arrange-
ments were made for a dance to be
given April, 23, and the date for the
next smoker set for Aprl 6. At this
time there will be a number of inform-
al talks on different provinces of Can-
ada. Faculty men will be among the
speakers.

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-Stephen 11Wirts, a furniture designer
of national repute, lectured to stu-
dents of the architectural college and
others on the subject of, "Period Fur-
niture Design" at 2:00 o'clock yester-
day afternoon in Memorial hall.
--University health service physicians
Saturday sent Franklin C. Stanton,
'16A, to the contagious ward of the
university hospital, when he was found
to be suffering from the mumps.
-More patrons wishing student help
are needed for the Union employment
bureau. Several odd jobs have been
given out during the last few days.
-11r. Lyman L. Bryson, of the rhet-
oric department, who has been confin-
ed to the university hospital on ac-
count of a mastoid operation was dis-
missed Saturday. Although Mr. Bry-
son is improving, he will probably -not
be able to meet his classes before the
spring recess.
-Botanical Journal club will hold its
bi-nonthly meeting at 8:00 o'clock to-
night. Reports will be made by A. J.
Pieters, instructor in botany, R. o.
Brigham, grad., and E. I. Levin, grad.
-Short talks will be given by mem.
bers of the civil branch of the engi-
neering society at their meeting to be
held at 7:30 o'clock tonight in room
445 of the engineering building. N. S.
Flook, '15E, will speak on "Valua-
tions"; A. C. Simons, '16E, on "Con-
struction";,and R. B. Sleight, '15E, on
"Irrigation."
-Fresh architects will hold a ban-
quet at 6:00 o'clock Friday night at
the Michigan Union. Mr. 0. C. Mark-
wardt, of the rhetoric department, will
give a talk, and C. S. Lamb, '18, will
render a monologue. Tickets are sell-
ing for 60 cents.
-Prof. 11. E. Riggs, of the civil engi-
neering department, will address the
freshmen engineers at their assembly
at 11 :00 o'clock tomorrow, in room
348 of the engineering building.
-Members of the University of Mich-
igan branch of the American chemical
society will have an opportunity of
hearing a paper read by Prof. A. E.
White, of the chemical department on,
"The Influence of Heat Treatment and
Composition of Coppers and Brass," at
4:15 o'clock this afternoon in the am-
phitheater of the chemical building.
-Organization of a Minnesota club
will be completed at the meeting of
Minnesota students at the Union to-
'night. Results of a canvass conducted
this week show that considerable in-
terest is being aroused in the forma-
tion of the new club.
-Committeemen and all interested in
the B. V. D. dance, which will be given
Friday night at the Union will meet
for a "get-together" smoker at 7:30
o'clock tonight, to discuss plans for the
party.

Whatever you set out to win-honor
in classes, leadership on track, diamond
or gridiron, train on
Full of vim-every drop of it supremely wholesome ard good
Delicious- Refreshin,
Thir8t-Quenching -
Whenever THE COCA-COLA CO.
you seean Atlanta, Ga.
Arrow think a
of Coca-Cola scĀ°

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 nmake hats
to order and do all kinds of
hat work. Your last season's
hat re-blocked in the latest
shape, witk new trimmings
will look new and up-to-date.

FACTORY HAT STOR
1 18 E. HURON STREET
NEAR ALLEN ELx, HOT E L

BOW
ON THE SIDE IS
THE LATEST
IW~e can change the baud on
your last season's hat, re-block
it, and bring it up-to date.

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W Friday Night, Mar. 26 8:15 P. M.

3:00 7:30 9:00
Tues., Wed., March 23-24
Kathleen Rooney & Wilherlmina Bowman
STYISHSONGST ERS
NOTE-The management of the Majestic desires to call the attention
of the ladies to the gowns worn by the two girls of this act
0'N[AL & WALMSIIY "TRANS-ATLANTIC TRIO"
"Two Lightning Bugs" One Man and Two Pretty Girls
Comedy Talking and Singing Act Just
to make you laugh That's All. "Presenting Music Both Old and New"
John T. Ray & Grace Hillard in "Hello Sally"
ZAMOIRA SISTERS
Two pretty girls with a winning personality who submit a
Sensational Trapeze & Aerial Act for your approval
Wednesday, March 31, is the "BIG COUNTRY STORE"night
at the Majestic $100.00 in Prizes given away absolutely free.
Watch this paper for list of prizes. SEATS RESERVED ONE WEEK IN ADVANCE
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Are you puzlead
where to buy your SPRING SUIT ?
Windows all look alike; ads all read alike; prices don't
vary much.
You can select just the fabric that pleases your eye
and have it made up to measure in perfect style by ex-
pert Metropolitan Tailors, and pay no more than
for one of the ordinary suits you see in most shop
windows. Let us take y our measure now before the
Easter rush is on.
Our Prices-$18.00, $20.00, $22.00 & $25.00
Our Guarantee-Every garment must be right. If it is
not right you have no right to take it.
Campus Bootery
Opposite Huston's 308 S. State Street

WM. A. BRADY PRESENTS

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Cooks

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Senior Dental Society Elects Officers
Another organization, in the form
of a senior dental society, has appear-
ed on the campus. At a meeting held
last evening, Gerald Strong was elect-
ed president of the new society, and
J. M. Macyicar was chosen secretary.
The senior dent class has been divided
into six sections, each of which will
provide subjects for discussions, for
the six meetings planned the remain-
der of the year.

The biggest and funniest Farce Comedy ever produced.
I beg to inform the theatre-going public of Ann Arbor that this is the
:riginal New York Company-headed by Frank Craven and the original
New York production-and that Ann Arbor is the only one night stand that
this companyN is playing or will play, this entire season; this company is
jumping to Ann Arbor direct.from New York, en route to Chicago, when
t opens at the Princess Theatre March 28th for an indefinite run.
FRANK H. BUTTERFIELD.

Prof. Bursley Lectures at Dartmouth
Prof. Joseph A. Bursley, of the en-
gineering college, has just finished a
course of lectures on scientific man-
agement before the school of adminis-
tration and finance, at Dartmouth.

Sale Wednesday, Mar. 24th.

Phone 480

orders now.

Prices $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c

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GAN DAILY WILL HOLD
INUI-ATIONS FOR TRY-OUTS
who wish to try out for the
rial staff of The Michigan Dai-
'equested to report at the offices
combined student publications,
from the Majestic theater at
clock tonight. All men, except
en, are eligible. The examina-

edge of the manner in which a news
story is written, and will test the can-
didates knowledge of grammar and
campus activities.
Successful candidates will begin
work immediately, their names appear-
ing on the news assignment sheet to-
morrow noon. Men who do consistent-
ly good work will probably be ap-
pointed to the staff at the beginning of
the next college year.

We Lead Them All in Students Wants
Full line of Cigars, Tobaccos, Cigarettes, etc. Morse's and Gilbert's Candy

1111 S. Univ. Ave.

Phone 1160-R

Stuet'Supply Store

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