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April 02, 1915 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

-Over Foot-Wear
Spring Styles now Ready

'ALL THAT GLTERSIS NOT GOLD'
I do not "pretend" to make
portraits, but I D 0 make
the best Flashlights and
Groups in America..
You are the Judge-why not have thebest?
LYNDON 719 N. University

We Do Repairing
AND
Altering

Pumps and Boots

. . KIDD - - Sophomore
1530-J 1112 S. Univ. Ave

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

r Boot Shop i115s Main.

EY'S

Rouith man Street
1r

rY-SECOND ANNUAL

FESTIVAL

litoriul, Ann Arbor
19, 20, 21, 22

nt Artists with a background made up of
>ecial Chorus of Children, a Special Boys'
.go Symphony Orchestra of seventy men.
ill be offered.
n sale at the Office of the University School of
: each; later course tickets at $;.oo, $4.5o and
Persons having Pre-Festival cover coupon for
rom above prices).
concerts will be on sale after MAy 8th,,
at $i.oo, $1.50, $2.00.
ARMID'S-GILBERT'S
X CANDIES'
Fresh Each Week
(Detroit) Corsage Bouquetsx
ed any place in the U.S.A.,.

LIT UNDERGLS5ES
ANNEX TWO GAMES
Perry and Milroy Win 29 Points for '17;
Champion Yearlings Beat
Architects7
WIND UP BASKETBALL TONIGHT
With the soph lit forwards playing
the leading roles, the.1917 basketball
team easily trimmed the fresh engin-
eers, the final count being 44 to 25.
In the only other game of the evening,
the fresh lits, campus champions, beat
the architects by a score of 36 to 25.
There was at no time any doubt as to
the final outcome of the first game,
since the sophomores established an
early lead and maintained it through-
out the contest. Doty did the best
work for the freshmen, making five
field goalsand an equal number of
fouls. Perry and Milroy earned 29
points of the lits' total between them.
The champions did not have a -walk-
away from the architects, the argument
being rather strenuous throughout.
Not until near the end of the second
half did the yearlings gain much of a
lead ontheir opponents. Tonight's
games will finish the campus basket-
ball season. The junior engineers will
take on the fresh engineers at 7:00
o'clock and the senior laws will meet
the fresh lits an hour later.
POSTPONE ARRANGEMENTS FOR
BATTLE CREEK SOCCER GAME
Soccer enthusiasts have been forced
to call off all plans for the April 9
date which was under way of arrange-
ment with the Battle Creek College of
Physical Culture, it being discovered
that the nearness to vacation would
prevent some of the stars from partici-
pation on account of scholastic work.
Some of the men are out now and are
getting into shape for the fray which
will be scheduled for some date fol-
lowing the Easter holidays.
The intramural club house will be
opened after the holidays, and all the
men will be expected to report at that
time, while any persons who can, are
urged to come out now, although they
may not be able to secure locker ac-
commodations at Ferry field.
FORUM ATTENDANCE DROPS;
SUBJECT, HONORARY SOCIETIES
With an attendance of less than 10,
the Forum meeting at the Union last
night fell off from the general success
of former session. Honorary societies
were the topics for discussion, and Al-
lan T. Ricketts, '15E, acted as presid-
ing officer.
One speaker objected to the use of
the term "honorary" in connection
with these organizations, and was told
that the societies called themselves
"campus" and not "honorary" organ-
izations. The same critic thought that
the societies had no right to use the
word "class" in regard to their body,
and advocated the election of members
for them by a general vote of the en-
tire class.
CHARGING ROEHMERS DEFEAT
FIGHTING BASTIANITES 28 to 27
Once more the charging Roehmers
downed the fighting Bastianites in a
gruelling game featured by the buck-
ing and end running of Captian Roehm
and the rolling of the giant Rehor, the
final score standing 28 to 27. The
losing team was greatly handicapped

by the loss of their inspiration, Cap-
tain Bastian, but the Roehm warriors
were also hindered by the absence of
flying Maulbetsch.
Rehor playeda star game at center,

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outjumping his opponent every time,
and shooting several sensational bas-
kets. Roehm did not forget the foot-
ball he had learned and used it all to
the best of his ability, upsetting men
here and there, and using his end runs
and off tackle plays wherever possible.
These games will be played once a
week to get the men in good trim be-
fore spring practice.
( OVERNMENT OF ENGINEERING
ASSEMBLIES GIVEN TO DEAN
To officially recognize the mentor
system for the control of class assem-
blies in the college of engineering, the
faculty of that college has just passed
rules to place the government of the
assemblies in the hands of the dean
of the college.
The assembly system was begun in
the fall of 1911 for the freshman class
of that year, and in 1913, upon request
of the sophomore and junior classes,
the assembly was extended to include
them. In June 1914, the faculty rec-
ognized the junior and sophomore as-
semblies, but it made no rules for their
government. A report, which has been
prepared by Prof. C. T. Johnston, Prof.
John R. Allen, and Mr. W. D. Moriarty,
of the college, upon the rules which
are to be used in the control of the as-
semblies, has been sent to the dean.

Cor. 12th and S. University

. ...

WHITNEY THEATRE

TUESDAY NIGHT

:: : :: APRIL 6

Chauncey Olcott
In Rachel Crothers' New Cgmedy
The Heart of, Paddy Whac~k
.HENRY MILLER, Manager
An Irish Bachelor's Romance, Tender in Sentiment and
Brimming Over with Fun
A HALF DOZEN NEW OLCOTT SONGS
Ladies Admitted to the Gallery First
MAIN FLooR PRICES BALCoNY
1st 13 Rows, 360 seats - - at $2.00 1st 8 Rows, 216 seats - - at $1.00
Last 8 Rows, 232 seats .- at $1.50 Last 5 Rows, 181 seats - - at .15
GALLERY soc.
Sents On Sale Saturday Morning
MAIL ORDERS NOW

°°W'Y

AN
EASThR
SUGGESTION

SEND
FLOWERS
All kinds of Easter Flowers are now ready for the Easter trade
Cousins & Htall,

Phone 115

DELTA

QUALITY

Corner State and Packard .

its

F. L. HALL, 514 E. William
Phone 2225
PRESSING uA et~".*
SGoods Called For
anrd elivered
NO LOSS .BY FIRE

CErnes
cal Supplies and Novelties
OF ALL KINDS
kinds of wiring and repair work
rices. Call and see our student
des, etc.
Phone 2153-M

Alpha. Nu Holds Pre-Vacation Meeting
Alpha Nu literary society will hold
its last meeting before spring vaca-
tion at 7:00 o'clock tonight. A reso-
lution; "That syndicalism offers a bet-
ter solution for the evils of the present
industrial society than does socialism,"
will be submitted for floor discussion.
H. B. Clawson, '16, will read a paper
on the "History of Alpha Nu," and
H. B. Teegarden will give an oration'
on "National Perpetuity."
HOBBS DISCUSSES
ACTION OF 'QUAKES
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(Continued from page 1)
10:00 o'clock-Economics confer-
ence, Economics building.
12:00 o'clock-Dinner and confer-
ence of college presidents, City Y. M.
C. A.
12:30 o'clock-Biological luncheon,
botanical laboratory.r
2:00 o'clock-Classical conference,
Memorial building.
2:00 o'clock-Modern language con-
ference, room 203, University hall.
2:00 o'clock-English conference,
High school auditorium.
2:00 o'clock-History conference,
room C-3, High school.
2:00 o'clock-Mathematical confer-
ence, physical laboratory.
2:00 o'clock-Mathematical confer-
ence, Tappan hall.
2:00 o'clock-Physics and Chemistry
conference, physical laboratory.
2:00 o'clock-Biological conference,
museum.
2:00 o'clock-Commercial confer-
ence, Economics building.
2:00 o'clock-Drawing conference,
room A, Memorial building.
2:00 o'clock-Manual training, room
C-1, High school.
2:30 o'clock-Economics conference,
Economics building.
4:00 o'clock-Meeting of presidents
of federation clubs.
The section conferences of the Acad-
emy of Science were also well attend-

IMaj estie
3:00 7:30 9:00
Fascinating Flora
With a Big Beauty Chorus
Louis H. Granat
"The Human Parrot"
Maurice Downey & Co.
"An Irish Arden"
Fames &Pryor
"At the Depot"
Fenner & Tollman
Ultra Modern Dances
Ladies' Silver
Souvenir Matinee
Friday
Friday Night
between the first
and second shows
there will be a
Chorus Girls' Contest
given by Members
of the "Fascinating
Flora" Chorus

ed yesterday, while the smoker given
last night by the Research club in
Alumni Memorial hall also attracted a
large number of scientists. The gen-
eral program of the Academy of Sci-
ence for today is as follows :
8:30 o'clock-Council meeting, geo-
logical laboratory, museum.
9:30 o'clock-General business meet-
ing, museum.
10:30 o'clock-Sections which have
not completed the reading of papers
will meet at this time.
12:00 o'clock-Luncheon for biolo-
gists, botanical laboratories.
2:00 o'clock--Exhibit of specimens
at museum.

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BIG BARGAINS FOR REXALL WEEK
SOUVENIR for Friday, April 2
nzo Tooth Brush
me Rexall Pearl Tooth Powder, FREE
the Famous Rexall Remedies always in stock
LIs Rexall Drug Store
208 S. MAIN STREET
Cyko Paper
VJ 0 05 E. William

Y .' Beca

Service

Large Var

use we give
Cheaper Meals
The Convenient Place

CAFETERIA

R

GLITTERS" official
and Sheet Music for
rle & Son's Music
133-138

WANTED-Work for next year by
graduate student and wife for 3 or 4
ligh housekeeping rooms or for
room and board. Address P. G. or
,N-V081 llo
LOST-A string of white coral beads.
Return to J. C. Scovel, 120 Packard
St. Reward. 133-4-5

I

SPECIAL MEETING
A Special Meeting has been called for men
who have had at least one year's exper-
ience in canvassing, in Room 247, New
Eng. Bldg., Friday at 4 P. M.
Be Sure and Attend

Funitur
DIRECT FROM .FACTORY TO YOU
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dially invited to call at the Exhibition Rooms of the COME-
PACKT FURNITURE COMPANY and examine for themselves
the splendid values offered in choice furniture at prices represent-
ing, in r any instances, A SAVING OF Too PI'R 'CZNT, as
compared with prices usually charged.
The Corne-Packt Missior and Craftsmen Designs are par-
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and make special furniture to order.
Builders of new homes will find it to their advantage to em-
ploy the facilities afforded ly Our factory for the production of
"built-in" furniture for libraries, dens, halls, dining-rooms and
kitchens.
Take Packard Street carto State Street and go one block south
and three blocks west to fatory of
COME-PACKT FURNITURE COMPANY
Corner Edvin and Division Streets

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