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THE' micHI A.N bAliA

FEBRUARY COLUMBIA RECORDS
NOW ON SALE
SAVI

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lens Clothing Sale

Divided into three lots

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Popular Hits
Dance Records

- - 65c
S$1.09

1/-13-°°1/2 OF
Spring Hats and Caps
are now on display

I On Two Columbia Records

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Enough to keep you in needles and Smoking tobacco for
week, boys!
Come in and hear:
A1886-"Casey at the Dentist's"
A188-"Colien Telephones from Brighton'
A1903-"A Girl in Your Arms i Worth Two in Vol r!Dreamni
A5760-"Ilu Paradise Wltes"

Wadhams & Co.'s Corner

Main & Washington Sts.

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a
DVoncaster
ARR~
COLLAR
Shows over the coat in back;
low sharp. smart curveaway
front; good knot and slidespace
2for 25c
CLUOTT. PEABODY A CO.. Inc.. Makers. TROY. N.Y.

Be
Attractively
Dressed
and gain the admiration of all
by having your next suit
Individually
Custorn Tailored
by
ARTHUR F MARQUARDT
Campus Tailor
518 East William St. Phone 1422-J

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F RATERNITIES wishing to make use of
the Tea Room for Initiation or other Special
Banquets are urged to make the necessary ar-
rangements immediately.

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ASK FOR and GET
HORLICK'S
THE ORIGINAL
C ALTe t IY K
Cheap substitutes cost YOU same pric.

EXHIBIT FINE PAINTINGS AT
MEMORIAL HALL THIS WEEK
Through the courtesy of the Ann
Arbor Art association, an unusually
fine collection of paintings is on ex-
hibition this week at Alumni Memor-
ial hall.
The great expense of bringing the
work to the city, together with the high
insurance upon the paintings, is heavy,
but the attendance for the past two
or three days at the exhibit has been
large enough to warrant the cost.,
As an added feature of the exhibit,
Prof. H. 1.-LCross, of the fine arts de-
partment, has arranged a series of lec-
tures, the first of which will be given
at 8 o'clock Friday evening.
Miss Allen Sings in Southern Festival
Miss Leonora Allen, of the Univer-
sity School of Music Faculty, appear-
ed at the San Antonio, Texas, festival
in the performance of the "Messiah,"
Wednesday evening. Other soloists
were Arthur Middleton, Marcella
Craft, Gustaf Holmquist and George
Hamlin. The orchestral back-ground
was furnished by the St. Louis sym-
phony orchestra. Miss Allen will re-
turn to Ann Arbor on Saturday.

TWO PROMINENT ALUMNI DIE
Perry Randall and +Christopher ily-
kramtz, Poth Lawyers, Pass Away
Perry Anthony Randall, '71, '73L,
'74 A. M., prominent lawyer and busi-
ness man of Fort Wayne, Ind., died
recently from a stroke of apoplexy.
Mr. Randall was well known in In-
diana as president of the Commercial
club of Fort Wayne, director in the
Fort Wayne Electric Light Co., organ-
izer of the Tri-State Building and Loan
Co., president of the canal association
since 1907, and leader in the organiza-
tion of the Fort Wayne Anti-Tuber-
cluosis league. He was also a director
of the National Rivers and Harbors
congress.
Christopher Mykrantz, '58, died at
his home in Ashland, Ohio, recently,
after a three-day illness of pneumonia.
He was superintendent of schools of
Ashland during the war, prosecuting
attorney for Williams County for ten
years, superintendent of schools of
Bryan, Ohio, and president of the Nor-
mal College of that city. He was a
professor of Greek and German in Ash-
land College, superintendent of schools
of Paola, Kansas, and a lawyer in Ash-
land from 1892 until 1908, when he
retired.
Typewriters for rent and sale.
Come in and see our new Reliance
Premier bargain. Hyde and Brede,
310 S. State street, upstairs. 17,18

TO HOLD CONTEST
FOR AD WRITERS
Committee on Courses in Journalism to
Divide $ )(!).W 0 Among Winners;
3loney Given by Detroiter
JUDGE MAY BE DETROIT MAN
Announcement of the opening of the
third annual advertising contest for
students of the university was made
last evening by a memberof the com-
mittee on courses in journalism.
Considerable interest is attached to
this contest from the fact that $500
in prizes is awarded to the success-
ful participants.
Gift of Michigan Business .Man
This sum is the gift of a prominent
Michigan business roan who yearly ex-
pends large amounts for advertising,
and who chose this method as the best
way in which to stimulate interest in
the subject and raise the general stan-
dard of advertising excellence.
The judge for this year's competi-
tion has not yet been selected, but it
is likely that some well-known De-
troit business man will be chosen. Mr.
Ford, of the Saxon Motor company,
and Dr. Breitenbach, of the J. Walter
Thompson Advertising company, both
of Detroit, acted as judges for the two
previous years respectively.
Rules for Contest
The rules, as drawn up for the guid-
ance of contestants, follow:
1. The competition shall be open to
all students in good staning in the
University of Michigan.
2. As a test each comptitor shall
submit (a) advertising copy or (b)
drawings for an advertisement or ()
a plan of an advertising cam paign or
(d) a discussion in essay form of
some problem in advertising, or any
or all of these may be combined. In
the case of (a) and (b), the copy or
the drawings may be accompanied by
a statement of the specific aim of
the advertisement, though, generally
speaking, the advertisement should ex-
plain itself. The candidate must also
enclose a signed statement to the ef-
fect that the material submitted is
wholly original with him and that to
his knowledge it has not been pub-
lished in any form.
3. The choice of the ,commodity,
business, institution, etc., to be ad-
vertised, is left to the competitor, with
the suggestion that standard products,
well-known firms, etc., about which in-
formation can readily be obtained, are
preferable to little-known or fictitious
products and concerns.
4. All copy, drawings, etc., submit-
ted must bear an identifying device or
pseudonym and must be accompanied
by a sealed envelope containing such
device or pseudonym together with
the name of the competitor.
5. All material must be in the hands
of Professor F. N. Scott, chairman of
the Committee on Courses in Jour-
nalism, not later than Saturday, April
22.
6. The prizes are three hundred dol-
lars as the first prize and two hundred
dollars as the second prize.
7. The judges shall be chosen by
the committee on Courses in Journal-
ism.
8. The prizes shall be awarded to
the competitors who, in the opinion of
the judges, give most promise of suc-
cess in the advertising field, or show:
the greatest insight into advertising
principles and problems. It is not
intended that the prizes shall be
awarded for mere cleverness, and no

"freak" or sensational advertising will
be seriously considered.
9. The right is reserved to withhold
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either or both of the prizes or to re-
duce the amounts in case the judges
shall so recommend.
10. The prizes shall be awarded
within one month after the closing
of the competition.
11. All material submitted shall at
the close of the competition become
the property of the university and
be open to public inspection and use.
CITY NEWS
Dexter Ian Has Very Narrow Escape
Herman Hennes, a merchant of Dex-
ter, narrowly escaped death yesterday
afternoon when his automobile was
wrecked at the machine shop crossing
in that town. The accident was the
third to occur within 36 hours on the
Michigan Central line at that place.
Hennes claims that the watchman
failed to notify.him of the approaching
train, and that his front wheels had
just crossed the rails when the train
struck the car. He was hurled about
40 feet and the machine is a complete
wreck, but he escaped with only slight
bruises.
Prof. Tealdi to Lecture Here Saturday
Preparations for the meeting of the
Washtenaw Horticultural society on
Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the
Presbyterian church basement, were
completed yesterday. The feature of
the meeting will be a stereopticon lec-
ture on "Improvement of the Home
Grounds," which will be given by Pro-
fessor Aubrey Tealdi, assistant pro-
fessor of landscape design.
Fire Damages Home of Thomas Rowe
Fire which originated in an unused
fireplace threatened the home of Thom-
as Rowe, 326 North Fifth avenue, at
an early hour yesterday morning.
The dense smoke awoke the occu-
pants in time to prevent the fire from
spreading to the other rooms of the
house, and they worked with buckets
to extinguish the flames.' Nearly all
of the woodwork of the room and con-
siderable furniture was destroyed, and
it is believed that the loss will be con-
siderable.
JUSTICE COURT NEWS
Walter Armstrong, arrested yester-
day by Patrolman Kiehl, was arraigned
before Judge John D. Thomas, on a
charge of disturbing the peace at mid-
night Saturday, on East Washington
street. He was fined $5 and costs,
amounting to $3.45.
Walter Webber of Buffalo was ar-
rested by Deputy Sheriff Charles Cox
and arraigned before Judge Thomas,
on the charge of drunkenness, and sen-
tenced to serve 10 days in jail.
Peter McCarthy, arrested by Deputy
Alex Schlupe was brought before Jus-
tice John D. Thomas, on a charge of
being drunk and disturbing the peace.
He was sentenced to 10 days in the
county jail.
Senior Laws Promise Original Affair
Originality is to be the key-word
at the annual Washington birthday
dance of the senior law class to be
given next Tuesday evening, February
22, at Granger's academy. The com-
mittee promises that there will be no
old features and that the dance will
be absolutely new from start to fin-
ish. There are to be three favor dances
during the evening. Fischer's orches-
tra will furnish the music. Tickets
can be secured for $1.00.
The "Standard" Loose-Leat Book at
Wahr's. Your name on cover without

I expense. Feb.15to20

LUNCHES, CANDIES, HOT SUNDAES
AT ThE
SUGAR OWL

Ailmendinger Jiusic Shop

122 E. Liberty Street
L OOK FOR THE NOTE S

l mrn
,..,
¢
::,

WE MAKE OUR OWN CANDIES OUT OF
THE PUREST AND BEST MATERIA LS

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Hitting Up The Pace
When the pace grows hot and the play be.
comes desperate you can pick out the men who
are in good condition. it is not only a matter
of brawn and muscle but also of lungs and
stomach. The best way to keep in proper
trim is a daily diet of good, clean, wholesome
Shrqe;-dde,"d Wheat
For years it has been used by men who have done
big things in the athletic world. All the health and
vigor of the sun and soil are packed and stored in
every shred of this easily digested, palatable, whole
wheat food. The maximum of nutriment without
overtaxing the digestive system.
Alwa-js fresh, always delicious, you never tire of its
refreshing flavor. Try it with fruit or berries or alone
with milk or cream.
"There is health and strength in every shred"
Made only by
The Shredded Wheat Company, Niagara Falls, N. Y.

Consevtt fy

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What Electricit Means
to You in YOUT Ho

Electric Flat Iro's
They save many steps in the kifhen

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Patronize Daily A dvertizers.

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The Michigan .l aily for thi
the year-$1.50.

eo rest

of
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Electric Toasters
Make the finest toast for breakfast without any fuss or
trouble, and they 'are alw:ay s re ady.
Electric Heaters
Take the chill off the room, and do it (uickly.
Why use a cold room when it can be easily aoided ?
Electriac Uh1ationg ish
Are the very best things for the long winter evenings.
Think of the Welsh rarebits and other delicacies,

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LOST
IOST-Between State and Ingalls,
platinum necklace, pendant set with
pink sapphire and small diamonds.
Reward. feb15-16-17-18
LOST-at Hop, gray overcoat, out of
booth 45, about 29th dance. Finder
phone 1029-M or 319 for exchange.
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-A Boston bull dog; inuire
at 1312 Broadway or call 268.

FOR RENT.
FOR RENT-Suite of rooms three
blocks from campus. Call at 905
Church street after 7:00 p. m. 17-tf
WANTED
WANTED-Suitcase taken from 11 18
'1. C. train Sunday, Feb. 13, 1916.
Marked H. C. B., Saginaw, Mich.
Call 201 M. feb16,17
WANTED-A roommate in downstairs
suite.. 224 South Thayer street.
feb16,17
WANTED-Roommate. Call 119 N.
Thayer St.

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Owners of Victor . Victrolas
Can have a selection of ten to a dozen
Latest Up-to-Date Records
Sent to their home on our
Twenty-four Hour ApprovalPlan.
Call us up-PHONE 1707-or mail list of numbers

The Detroit Ediso Company
Eastern Michigan Division
"Your money's worth" and "Cour- Whether you want to take a t:
tesy" are specialties at Wahr's Uni- or mae a call, we will get you ti
versity Bookstore. feb.15to20 on time. Our service is just
promlpt in bad weather as on plea:
Call Lyndon for a good flashlight. days. Stark Taxicab Co., phone 2

Grinnell Bros.

116 South Main St.

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