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Another Big Clean Up of Fifty
Slightly Worn Kodaks
Prices start at from 30% to. .5o, off regular prices, and re-
duce at the rate of ten cents per day until sold. 'Every one
plainly marked. This is the biggest snap you ever saw.
Jeffersonian Society Elect, Officers
At the meeting of the Jeffersonian
society held last night, W. Brucker,
t6L, La chse stdosucceed L. Dn-
ten, '16L, as president ocf the organ-
ization. Other officers chosen for the
coming year are: . B.. Houseman, '17,
vice-president; S. D. Frankel, '17L,
secretary; W. B. Carpenter, '17L,
treasurer; L. Dunten, '16L, oratoric-
al delegate; and L. W. Hall, '17L,
critic. The following senior laws were
granted diplomas for effieent work in
the society: L. H. Kranz, J. F. Sloan,
V. A. McKenzie, and N. H. Goldstick.
,Linior Engineers Hold Pow-Wow
Music and eats will feature the
annual pow-wow of the 1916 engi-
neering class to be held at Cascade
Glen on the Huron river tonight. Dr
Clyde B. Stouffer, of the university
health service, W. A. P. John, '16,
and Don A. Smith, '16E, president of
the class, will be the speakers. The'
members of the class will leave the
carnpus flagpole at 7:00 o'clock.
rv. 119 E. Liberty St.
Eand meets at University hall, 1:30
o'clock, for interscholastic met.
Buy shoes and satisfaction at the
same time.from Gross & Dietzel, 119 E.
The Shubert Theatrical Co., Offers
"tAll Over Towt"
BOLD TRIALS FOR FIRST YEAR
MEN TO MEET M. A. C. MONDAY
Encounter with Lansing Is Only One
Booked for Yearlings
Coach Farrell announced last night
that trials would be held next Monday
for all first year men who will com-
pete against M. A. C. in the dual en-
counter with the Aggies. This meet
is scheduled for next Saturday.
Farrell expects to conduct trials in
all of the events on Ferry field Mon-
day, to get a line on the 1918 squad.
The coach stated that all men who
could not run Monday were instructed
to see him and to make arrangements
to appear on Tuesday.
The meet with the Lansing outfit is
the only encounter of the season that
has been booked for the yearlings,
and a victory will/ be the only thing
that can make the present season a
success forthe fresh in track work.
The trials which will be run'Monday
will begin at 3:00 o'clock and will last
until 5:30 o'clock, thus giving every-
one a chance to put in an appearance.
EIGHT ENG1NEERS INITIATED
BY WEB AND FLANGE SOCIETY
Web and Flange, senior civil engin-
eering honorary society, held its in-
itiation yesterday, concluding with a
banquet at the Union last night. John
Bateman, '15E, was toastmaster at
the dinner, and Prof. C. T. Johnson,
Gardner S. Williams, '89E, and Louis
P. Hyde, '16E, were the speakers.
The following junior engineers were
initiated into the society: :E. D. Crum-
packer, F. J. Halliday, L. P. Hyde,
J. K. Norton, H. H. Phillips, W. A.
Sterling, L. C. Rowley and T. C.
NEWBERRY RESIDENCE HALL TO
BE OPENED TO PUBLIC TODAY
Newberry hall of residence will be
open under the direction of the board
of governors, from 10:00 until 12:00
o'clock and from 3:00 until 5:30
o'clock today. The general public is
invited to inspect those sections of
the building which are now completed
Get your Straw or Panama Hat at the Factory Hat Stor'e.
Everything the very latest 'in Straws, Panamas, and Leghorns.
We can also make them up to order and trim them just as
you want them.
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W. W. MANN, Proprietor
Men Attend Alumni Ifeeting (La Grange) second; Sewell (Toledo
H. B. Hutchins, Dean H. !. Sht
Scott high) third; Kretsehmar (Detroit
olffim WO B 0 N 1'.S
ENear Allenel Hotel
118 E. Huron St.
FACTORY HAT STORE
Bates, of the Law School, Prof. IT. C.
Sadler, of the engineering cllege,
Prof. . R. Turner, of the history
department, and Prof. Jesse Reevcs,
of the political science department,
will leave for Chicago today, bere
they will participate in the annual
dinner and meeting of the Michigan
Alumni association of that city,
Keep Memorial Hall Open for- Exhfiit
Alumni Memorial hall will be cpen
from 2:00 to 5:00 o'clock tomorrow
foi a special exhibit of portraits and
landscapes by Leon A. Makielski of
the university. The painting are be-
ing shown by the Ann Arbor Art asso-
TFRESH TAKE LEA.D
IN SPRING BAITLES
(Continued from page 1.)
Bauer, Stauffer, Sharpe, Patterson,
Duy, Pittsley, Gustin, Middlesdorf,
Walter, Bulger, Houle, Doty, H. C.
Smith, and Horkheimer.
The second relay team, captained by
L. E. Houle, will compose the follow-
ing men: Embich, Foster, Aarons,
Galloway, Bennett, Darnell, Nelson,
Davis, McKee, Ewing, Bangs, and
The third relay team will consist of
the following men: Dudley, Mus-
grave, Lowe, Alden, Hoerner, Jones,
Nead, Gooss, Loveland, Loud, Haskins,
Shearer, Raymond, Brockway, Stevens.
No leader has been elected to guide
the third relay team, but an appoint-
ment will be made at the field from
among the above named.
The first sophomore relay team
under the leadership of F. G. Strauss,
'17A, wll be composed of the follow-
ing men: Perkins, Burus, Crump, Aus-
tin, Blom'strom, Russel, Kaufman,
Adair, Henkel, Otis, Goulet, Strauss,'
Campbell, Tripolitis, Fowler and Peir-
No captain has been elected for the
second soph relay team, but an ap-
pointment will be made before the
race. The following sophomores are
Eastern) fourth. Time-22 seconds.
2nd heat-Floete (Chicago U. high)
first; Henry (Detroit Eastern) second;
Gudritz (Saginaw Eastern) third; Fey
(La Grange) fourth. Ti ie-22:1-5
3rc heat-Zoellin (L wis Institute)
first; Wetzel (Toledo Scott high) sec-
ond; Powers (Detroit University
School) third; Scherer (Uansing)
fourth. Time 22 35 sonds.
440-yard dash, 1st heat-Burke
(Richmond) first; MacKenzie (Grand
Rapids Central) second; Lamonde
(Lewis Institute) third. Time-53 1-5
2nd heat-Robb (Detroit University
School) first; Mueller (Lewis Insti-
tute) second; Wogsiechowski (Detroit
Eastern) third. Time-54 2-5 seconds.
Half-mile run, 1st heat-Nott (La
Grange) first; Mueller (Lewis Insti-
tute) second; Vandevisso (Grand Rap-
ids Central) third; ilause (Ann Arbor)
fourth. Time-2 minutes 6 seconds.
2nd heat-Forbes (Grand Rapids
Central) first; Wait (Bay City West-
ern) second; Page (Tole;o Scott high)
third; Gates (Battle Creek) fourth.
Time-2 minutes 9 1-5 seconds.
Pole vault-Graham (Chicago U.
high); Aibright (Chicago U. high);
Gardner (New Trier high of Kenil-
worth); Cross (Muskegon) and Lan-
ders (Oregon), qualified At 9 feet 6
12-lb. shot put-Kimball (Muske-
gon); iinzel (Detroit Eastern); Gra-
ham. (Chicago U. high); Smith
(Wayne); and Langlois (Detroit East-
ern) qualified, with best distance 49
feet 3 1-2 inches, scored by Kimball.
Discus-Kimball (Muskegon) ;Breot-
meyer (Mount Clemens); Belknap
(Grand Rapids Central); Scott (La
Grange) and Bennett (Plymouth)
qualified, with best distance 105 feet,
scored by Kimball.
12-lb. hammer throw-Kimball
(Muskegon); Colley (Lewis Insti-
tute); Miller (Lansing); Scott (La
Grange) and Gottschalk (Plymouth)
qualified, with best distance 147 feet
9 inches, scored by Kimball.
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These include typical
EA T S
Cheaper and better than Meat
Blue Pike -
Walleyed Pike -
Lake Huron Trout
Skinned Perch -
rooms on the second floor, and most
of the first floor -rooms.
Union Dance Tickets Sell Rapidly
More than one half of the paste-
boards for the dance to be held at the
Union clubhouse from 9:00 to 12:00
o'clock tonight were sold last even-
FOUR FACULTY MEN
(Continued from page 1.)
Sherrard, 1913, M.S., 1915, chemistry;
Ida Snell, A.B., Mt. Holyoke, 1899,
A.M., 1904, rhetoric.
State college scholarships were giv-
en to 10 students, the stipend of which
is $300 yearly: Phillip A. Coombe,
A.B,, Olivet, 1913, chemistry; Florence
Field, A.B., Albion, 1915, mathematics;
Albert Fitch, A.B., Albion, physics;
Howard Hicks, A.B., Hillsdale, 1914,
economics; Howard Kingsley, A.B.,
Adrian, 1915; Benjamin Philo, A.B.,
Kalamazoo, 1915, history; Bessie Sea-
ver, A.B., Alma, 1911; Etha Smith,
A.B., M. A. C., 1915, botany; John,
Tillman, A.B., Hope, 1914, economics;
and Laurence Toomey, A.B., Univer-
sity of Detroit.
The Carl Braun fellowship; with an
annual stipend of $500, was awarded
to Frederick Peterson, A.B., Lake
Forest college, 1911, German.
to run in the second
High jump--Sullivan (Chicago U.
Straub, Hornberger, Haskins, Jen-
nings, J. R. Smith, Mead, Corbin,'
Mack, and Crandell.
Dick B. Gardner, '17E, will pilot the
third soph relay team composed of the
following men: Watson, Zernat, Lopez,
Kenage, Hayes, W. K. Mead, Walker,
Taylor, Codd, Zimmerman, Adams,
Barr, Walsh, Woodruff, Waldo.
Immediately after the obstacle rac-
es the two teams will line up for the
pushball contest. The first year men
will be captained by A. Walls, '18,
while the sophs will fight under the
guidance of Egmont Hildner, '17. Each
side can enter as many men as is de-
CHICAGO PREP MEN
(Continued from page 1.)
(Saginaw Eastern) fourth. Time 10
220-yard dash, 1st heat-Patton
(Chicago University high) first; Smart
high); Scott (Detroit Eastern) ;Haigh
(Detroit University School); Smart
(La Grange) and Moorhead (Toledo
Scott high) qualified at 5 feet 4 inch-
Broad jump-Colley( Lewis Insti-
tute); Smart (La Grange); Landers
(Oregon); Eibler (Ann Arbor) and
Graham (Chicago U. high) qualified,
with' best jump 20 feet 8 1-2 inches,
scored by Colley.
Class B events:
100-yard dash, 1st heat-Springer
(Plymouth) first;Clancy (Deckerville)
second; MacNaughton (Croswell)
third. Time-10 3-5 seconds.
2nd heat--Merchant (St. Joseph)
first; Thompson (Rockford) second;
Merriman (Deckerville) third. Time-
10 3-5 seconds.
Broad jump-Ellenthorpe (Cros-
well); Springer (Plymouth); Weise-
ly (Plymouth); Clancy (Deckerville)
qualified, with best distance, 19 feet 11
7-8 inches, scored by Ellenthorpe.
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A reasonable price is made for
dressing special price fish.
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212 E. WASHINGTON ST
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