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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ilk-wOver Foot-Wear
New Spring Styles now Ready
xfords, Pumps and Boots

I'l trade You
One of the new Model Kodaks
for your old one
- and a reasonable "~boot"l

We Do, Repairing
AND
Altering

I want 50 more 2nd hand KODAKS to
rent and sell.

C. I. KIDD - -- Sophomore
16304J 1112 S. Univ. Ave

LYNDON 719 N. University

MEN

White Rubber
Sole Oxords
Slack and Tan
The aLatest

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FOR WOMEN
Military Pumps
and Oxfords
Gun Metal and Patent
The latest

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tetter's Walk-Over Boot Shop 1U. . M

F E1THE CONFECTIONERY
116 Soxxti lflL ArStreet

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TWENTY.-SECOND ANNUAL

A Y FSTI VA L
Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor
MAY 19, 20, 21, 22
ucerts by eminent Artists with a background made up of
.oral Union, a special Chorus of Children, a Special Boys'
~and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra of seventy men.
musical treat will be offered.,
;e tickets are now on sale at the Office of the University School of
cat $5.50 and $6.oo each; later course tickets at $S 00, $4.50 and
will be offered. (Persons having Pre-Festival cover coupon for
Lge, deduct $3.00 from above prices).
Tickets for single concerts will be on sale after May 8th,
at f$i.oo, Fi5,$2.00._

TOCHOOS CBNET
G. M&lliou, '16, Lewis Heima~nn, 1L,
and Paul C. wager, 116E
Rijn for Preside nc
NOT TO ELECT S. C. A. OFFICERS
Officers for the central cabinet of
the Y. M., C. A. will be chosen at the
annual election, which will be held
from :00 until 5:00 o'clock on Sat-
urday, at the association offices.
The men who have been nominated
for office follow: President, George P.
McMahon, '16, Lewis C. PReimani, '17L,
and Paul C. Wagner, '16E; vice-presi-
dent, Waldo R. ;hunt. '16, and Paul V.
Ramsdell, '16; secretary-treasurer,
Merle C. Doty, '18, P. C. Lovejoy, '16,
and M. W. Welsh, '17.
WOLVERINES MEET
ILLINOIS TONIGHT
(Continued from page 1)
the Cup debating team of that society.
Sugar obtained his high school train-
ing in Detroit and was active in the
school's House of Representatives. He
was a member of the high school de-
bating team, a member of the Glad-
stone debating club and won the Byer
medal for oratory. He is a member of
the Adelphi Cup debating team.
For, Illinois-F. B. Leonard, D. A.
Grossman and H. W. Bye, Leonard, a
junior law in his university, is a mem-
ber of Delta Sigma Rho, Phi Beta
Kappa and Adephi literary society.
He has debated against both Wiscon-
sin and Ohio State universities.
Grossman, also a junior" law, is a
member of Delta Sigma Rho, of the
Ionian literary society and has debated
against Ohio State.
Bye is a senior law. The contest is
his initial experience in varsity de-
bating.
Hon. William Alden Smith, United
States senator from Michigan, will pre-
side. ,,udges for the occasion are:
Prof. Carl F. Gleiser, of Oberlin Col-
lege, Ohio, Mr. Charles' A. Seiders, of
Toledo, Ohio, and Hon. William G.
Frizel, of Dayton, Ohio.
REGEN~TS CON SIDERI
VAROUS BUSINESS5
(Continued from page 1)
son, 'was accepted with thanks.
Several Faculty Changes
The resignation of Prof. A. H. Walk-
er, of New York city, was accepted
with an expression of appreciation for
his services in the past as lecturer on
patent law. A number of otherchang-
es in the faculty were ratified yester-
day. D. L. Tickner, was appointed
assistant in accounting. Mrs. 'Clara
Mullet succeeds Eleanor C. Furman
(resigned), as cataloger. Dr. S. E.
Senear will succeed Dr J. H. .Stokes,
as instructor in the School of Medi-
cine,- H. M Gleason takes the place
vacated by A. . Pieters, until recent-
ly instructor in botany. S. J. Skinner
was appointed assistant in the oratory
department for the present semester.
An additional assistant in the chemical
laboratory was also provided for.
32 Granted Degrees
Degrees were granted to ,32 persons,
as follows: Master of Arts-Mabel L.
Cross, Alice A. Lewis, W. A. Robinson,
Harold A. Rotzel, Ambroze A. Strang,

Hendrix-Belie Isle
Co.
General Pisano &Co.
Bobby Zeno and
Eva Mandell
Duncan & Holt
"Rector," World's
most wonderful Dog
You had better reserve your
eats now for the 'Majes-
tic's" Big
"COUNTRY STORE NIGHT"'
.Wednesday, Marcb 31st.
$100.00 in prizes given away
absolutely free.
At the Ladies' Souvenir Matinee
Tuesday and Fridaf, March 30th,
and April 2nd, Silverware will be
given away.
Stop and Look in tlhe window of Al-
len, Clothier, 113 So. Mlain, and you
will see the beautiful silver souvenirs
that will be given away at the ladies
sou venir matinee Tuiesday,11March 30th.

Maje stic
3:00 7:30 9:00

fO M0ANY
C.OOKS
Nb 8Y FRMJK CRAVENog

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WHITNEY THEATR
TONIGHT

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NOW PLAYING

I beg to inform the theatre-going public of Ann Arbor that this is the
original New Fork Company-headed by Frank Craven and the original
New York production-and that Ann Arbor is the only one night stand that
this company is playing or will play, this entire season; this company is
jumping to Ann Arbor direct from INew York, en route to Chicago, when
it opens at the Princess Theatre March 28th for an indefinite run.
FRANK 11. BUTTERFIELD.
MGR. WHirNEuY TH1I.ATR1,
Prices $1.50, $1.00. 75c, 50c Phone 480

GARRICK
Rober tB. Martell
In
REPERTOIRE

F. L. HALL, 514 E. William
Phone 225
PRESSING Goods Called For
adDelivered
NO LOSS BY FIRE

Eaton Crane's Latest Styles in
STATIONERY
THE DELTA
Cor. State and Packard

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MacDIARMID'S
Fresh every Saturday

605 E. WILLIAM'
'Onest Me .ls
'Oza eoat prics
Oren%'s Cwa*ok
Ojnly' Caklfotrim
PLACE FOR THE LADIES

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DoU pre~fer 0. ancY ~
o orgent'i al
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narn~ong them*.a
In y .rGltis, set out tthe
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rhcS oeno t Lo f eae hi G
alces does the ;REAL 14
w.h1fl he seess- I ai. n and
r otter mat iscuanne
m-eet h.s bes
Tahe1$ 500 Prize
0- $00 will be a~ to t:,e c ,!lege student who sends to us8
560 e t.t original advertisement for Fatima cigarettes
3 before June 1, 1915. In the meantime, for each ad. we
publish, we will pay the writer $5. Illustrate your ad. if
'tkL_ you can, but if you can't draw then use your kodak or
the describe your idea.
Prize wyill be awarded by a committee of tree prom-
Ltofl jnent~cdvertising men,. L. B. Jones, Ad,. P"gr. East-
man Kodak Co.,. F. R. Davis, Adv. Dept. Goneral"
h, Electric Co., and J. George Frederick, .Edi or of Adver-
5 tising 4& Selling.

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Mlore than a store -- a campus institution.
300 South State Street

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APRIL

30 Days

Collar, E. C. Sherrard; Bachelor of
Arts-W. L. Owen, W. J. Shepard, H.
F. Wood, J. B. Craig, Verne Culp, Leon
A. Ely, E. J. Engle, A. L. Harrington,
0. XW. Holmes, D. K. Lieu, L. D. Mc-
Donnell, V. B. Peters, R. E. Purcell,
C. T. Tan, Sung Tang, WV. H. Hopjohn;
Bachelor of Science-R. S.' Schanz,
Bing Lin, Marjory J. Lord, E.; H.
Schmidt; Pharmaceutical Chemist-B.
J. Curtis; Bachelor of Science in Phar-
macy-R. C. Harvey; Bachelor of Law
--B. M: Thomas, E. S. Wolaver.
FRESH LIT S. BEAT
1918 BOILE RNAKERS
(Continued from page 1)
Vanachen........L.P.. .....Milroy
Hyde.......C.. ....Bradeer
Manwaring....... R.C...... St. Clair
Headman........ I.G..... Van Aken
Field baskets--Vanachen 4, Miller 5,
Hyde, Perry 4, Van Aken 3, Bradbeer;
fouls-Vanachien, 3, Milroy 5; time of
halves-20 minutes; score end of first
half-junior engineers 12, soph its 9.
Final score-junior engineers 23, soph

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