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THE MICHJGAN 12.AILY

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ing Suits, Overcoats
s and Furnishings

GET IT AT
CALKINS' PHARMACY
324 S. STATE STREET

THE GREAT 2O┬░OOFF
BIG SALEF

In all the latest and
up-to-date styles.

We have a line of SHIRTS
and NECKWEAR that com-
prises all of the nobby ideas

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WE CARRY HIGH GRADE BOX CANDY
WHITMAN'S SAMPLER
"The National Candy"
TAKE ONE TO THE OPERA
GET IT AT CALKIN'S PHARMACY
342 SOUTH STATE STREET

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On all Suits and Furnishings. Only
lasts till March 27th: Now is the
time to get fixed up for Easter at

20% OFF

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Don't forget we move to our
New Store, next to the Or-
pheum Theatre, on Mar. 27th

Our prices are reasonable
for seasonable goods.

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'WADHAMS & CO.
121-123 So. (lain St.

The Farmers & Mechanics Bank
10 1-103-105 South Main Street

capital, $o00,000
Surplus and Protits . .

$15,000

The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital Stock $300,000 Surplus $rooooo
Resources $3,000,000
A General Banking Business Transacted
Chas. E. Hiscock, Pres., Michael J. Fritz,
Cash'r, W. D. Harriman, Vice-Pres., Carl F.
raun, Asst. Cash'r, Wm. Waltz, Asst. Cash'r
Savings Dq t.
tomn... eJcan.S gank
Liberty and Main Sts.
A Most Convenient Place for Your
Banking;

'Indilvidual
ICustom Tailoring
That is correct
in style and fit
The new fabrics for this
season are here in large
assortments.
CALL EARLY
Al F. Marquardt
Campus Tailor
516 E. William Street

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Cloth Shop

TAILORS.

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Our cloth patterns 'are all specials. The woolen
house we represent has a monopoly on them.
OVERPLAIDS
are among our specials. They are the real attraction this
year. An "overplaid" is two plaids crossing at right
angles, but inuch subdued so as to give a rich effect.

OUR STYLES ARE EXCLUSIVE

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-Prof. J. I. Allen, of the mechanical
engineering department, will address
the fresh engineers at their weekly as-
sembly at 11:00 o'clock tomorrow
morning in room 348 of the engineer-
ing building. His lecture will be on
the general field of mechanical engi-
neering.
-Mr. E. F. Barker, instructor in the
physics department, was unable to
meet his classes yesterday on account
of an infection of the antrim, located
in the upper cheek, which started sev-
eral days ago.
-Harry G. Gault, president of the sen-
ior class,:said' yesterday that the next
class meeting may not be held until af-
ter spring vacation.
-Prof. F. N. Scott will speak next
Friday evening before the Adcraft club,
of Detroit, on "Advertising English."
-Ir. W. B. Shaw, editor of the Mich-
igan Alumnus, gave a lecture to the
journalisml classes yesterday on
"Newspaper Illustration." Mr. Shaw
was for some time connected with the
Chicago Record-Herald.
-Stuart Perry, of the Adrian Tele-
gram, will speak on "The Small Town
Newspaper," at 2:00 o'clock tomor-
row in room 208 University hall, be-
fore Prof. F. N. Scott's classes in jour-
nalism.
Y.M.C.A. DEPUTATION WORKERS
REPORT SUCCESSFUL CAMPAIGN'
Reading and Pontiac Are Enthused by
Students' Appeal; Campaign
to Be Extended
With more than 174 decisions to join
their respective city organizations, the
Y. M. C. A. deputation teams completed
their week-end conference work at
Reading, Pontiac, and Tecumseh. All
the meetings were characterized by
the attendance of a group of willing,
enthusiastic boys, who were eager to
hear what the university student1
speakers had to say on the question of
organizations for the boys.
Perhaps the most interesting confer-
ence of all was held at Reading, where
the Y. M. C. A. boys financed the meet-
ing and made all arrangements, with-
out the aid of any men on their com-
mittees. P. C. Lovejoy, '16, W. R.
Hunt, '16 J. W. Poe, '16, A. H. Chute,
'16, and C. H. Gernert, '17, made up
the Reading team.
The meeting at Pontiac rolled up
more decisions than either of the other
two conferences, and added 71 decis-
ions to their organization. Lewis Rei-
mann, '17, newly elected president of
the university Y. M. C. A., R. E. Flynn,
'17, W. 0. R. Johnson, '17, C. C. Bailey,
'17, and W. H. Tinker, composed the
team that went to the Pontiac confer-
ence.
The work of Earl Pinney, '16, who
was the only man to go to the Tecum-
seh meeting, resulted in 50 decisions
for that organization.
It was thought that these three con-
ferences would close this year's work
for the deputation teams, but the de-
cided success in last week's work has
resulted in the acceptance of several
other conference invitations, which
will be announced at a later date.

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Orpheum Theatre
The House of Famous Plays by Famous
Players. .
Mon. & Tues., Mar. 29-30
Mary Pickford in "Mistress Nell"
Wednesday, Marh 31
9thel Barrymore in "Nightingale"
(Rebooked)
Arcade Theat;*
SHOWS: AFTERNOONS 4:00: EVE. 5:15,445; 9:15
Tuesday, March 30
"The Love of Women-'three part Lubin
feature "Cabman Kate" Vitagraph.
"The Gang's New Memiber"Biograph.
Wednesday March 31
LEW FIELDS with Vivian Martin in
"old Dutch" a five part Shubert feature.
Coming Friday
Robert Warwick in "The Man of the
Hlour."

Temple Theatre
ADMISSION Sc.
(except Friday and Saturday)
Tuesday, March 3o-In the Land of
the head hunters. Story of the
North Sea. In Six Parts.

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The people of Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County are .cor-
dially invited to call at the Exhibition Rooms of th COME-
PACKT FURNITURE COMPANY and examine for temselves
the splendid values offered in choice furniture at prices represent-
ing, in many instances, A SAVING OF 100 PER CENT, as
compared with prices usually charged.
The Come-Packt Mission and Craftsmen Designs are par-
ticularly suitable for fraternity and club houses. We also design
and make special furniture to order.
Builders of new homes will find it to their advantage to en-
ploy the facilities afforded by our factory for the production of
"built-in" furniture for libraries, dens, halls, dining-rooms and
kitchens.
Take Packard Street car to State Street and go one block south
and three blocks west to factory of
COME-PACKT FURNITURE COMPANY
Corner Edwin an& Division Streets

Wednesday, March 31
With Louise Vale.
also Two Others.

- Three Hats,
In Two Parts;

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Gymnasium. upremaCy

FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ANN ARMOR
Capital - - $100,000
Surplus and Profits $65,000
Directors
Wirt Cornwell, Geo. W. Patterson, H. J. Ab-
bott, S. W. Clarkson, 9. D. Kinne, Harrison
Soule, Waldo M. Abbott, Dan B. Sutton, Fred
Schmid.
DWIGHT GODDARD ENUMERATES-
ENGINEERING NEEDS OF CHINA
"Necessary to Install an Educational
System for Masses,"
He Says
Mr. Dwight Goddard delivered a lec-
ture before the Chinese Students' club
Sunday, on "The Engineering and
Other Needs of China." He is a grad-
uate of Worcester Polytechnical Insti-
tute, and has spent several years in
Foochow, China, so that knowledge of
his subject is the result of personal
experience.
Mr. Goddard said in part, that "there
is an urgent need for means of com-
munication, which embody trunk rail-
ways, better highways, the telegraph
and the telephone, an adequate supply
of pure water, conservation of the wat-
erways and mineral wealth, a sanitary
drainage system, and means of more
rapid production of food and other ne-
cessities to meet the demands of the
enormous population. To supply these
wants," he continued, "it will be nec-
essary for China to install an educa-
tional system for the masses, and to
develop a morality based on religious
principles instead of ethical standards,
as in the past."
Wisconsin Professors Visit Michigan
Three members of the faculty of the
University of Wisconsin are visiting the
university. They are Prof. F. M. Roe,
assistant dean of the college of let-
ters and science, Prof. J. D. Phillips,
assistant dean of the college of engi-
neering,and Prof. S. H. Goodnight, of
the German department, who is direc-
tor of the summer session and chair-
man of the senate committee on stu-
dent affairs. The object of their visit
is to compare the administrative meth-
ods of the two universities.

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DIRECT FROM FACTORY TO YOU

Furniture

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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 willreach here before or
during vacation. costumes orderedlater-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)

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is earned through greater strength; ability
to think quickly and act while thinking;
through the possession of muscular power,
prowess, and endurance that enable an athlete
to defeat his opponent.

BIG BARGAINS FOR REXALL WEEK
SPECIAL SOUVENIR for Tuesday, March 30
Rexall Tooth Paste 25c
One 25c Pearl Tooth Brush FREE

ShredWdd W
is more nourishing than meat. It possesses
all the elements of whole wheat that con-
tribute to tissue-strengthening and the building
of brain, bone and brawn.,
Brains and bodies nourished by SHREDDED
WHEAT meet emergencies, tests and. crises
as they should be met-victoriously.

A full line of the Famous Rexall Remedies always in stock
Edsill's Rexall Drug Store
208 S. MAIN STREET

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Anseo Films

Cyko Paper

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"All the Meat of the Golden Wheat"

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Made only by
The Shredded Wheat Company,

Niagara Fals, N. Y.

! Six rides for a dollar !
348 C. H. Brock 348
Taxi-Cab Livery

Choral Union rehearsal at 7:00
o'clock tonight.
Prof. J.R. Allen Speaks to Rotary Club
Prof. John R. Allen, of the mechan-
ical engineering department, will
speak before the next weekly noon-
day luncheon of the Rotary club of
Saginaw tomorrow noon. Professor
Allen will talk on, "Opportunities. for
American Export Trade in the Orient."

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LAW FACTION WANTS "BLAZERS"
Class Divided on Questions of Emblem
and Mentorial
Senior laws will hold an important
class meeting at 12:00 o'clock tomor-
row, in room G of the law building, at
which time a class memorial and class
emblem will be chosen.
Opinion seems to be divided on the
question of the class emblem, one fac-
tion standing for canes, while the oth-
er maintains that "blazers" would be
more distinctive.
The choice of a memorial has nar-
rowed down to chairs for the various
rooms in the law building. No per-
manent investment will be made- in
the building proper, since an extensive
remodeling of the law building is now
being agitated.
University Ave. Pharmacy Martha
Washington Candy. Cigars, Cigarettes
arna Tobacco, tf

AMATEUR FINISHING
CAMPUS VIEWS
PORTRAITS

New Victor Records Just Out

We are ready for you with the new
April list. At your service to play any
numbers you would like to hear.

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DAINES & NICKE

COME IN ANYTIME

The only Studio on the Campus

Illinois Prof. Visits Michigan Faculty
Prof. C. R. Richards, acting dean of.
the University of Illinois, was in the
city yesterday, for a short visit with
Liberty members of the faculty of the engi-,
neering college.

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