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_ _ _THE MICHIGAN DAILY

I What more do you want?
THAN LYNDON'S GUARANTEE

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New Spring
WOOLEN

"Upon receipt of any roll of film we develop if you find a single defect we
will not charge you one cent for developing." And we still give you
PEACE TIME'S PRICES. Peace Time's Quality because we are still
using the same developing formula that we used before the war-we could
sell our metal for a fabulous price and "get along" the same as others do
but no! We must give you the best and that's what you get when you take
your films to LYNDON'S.

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LY D ' S 719 N. University Ave

for the

are now ready. A selection
made now will be reserved.

J.K. Malcolm

604 East Liberty

Malcolm Building

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FRATERNITIES
We have unsurpassed accomodations for group photographs
MAIN STUDIOS
1546-48 Broadway New York, N.Y.
Perfect Portraitures
"AmateurWork Handled in a Pro-
fessional Way.

619 E. Liberty St.

PIE ONE 948-W

New Classes

VARSITY TRACK TEAM TAKES
ONE FIRST AND TIES ANOTHER
(Continued from Page One.)
75-yard high hurdles-Ames (Il-
linois), first; Schinberg (Purdue), sec-
ond; Packer (Ames), third. Time-
9 3-5 seconds. (New American ama-
teur record.)
Mile relay-Chicago, first; Michigan,
second; Kansas, third. Time-3 min-
utes 9 3-5 seconds.
Shot put-Cross (Michigan), first;
Higgins (Chicago), second; Smith
(Michigan), third. Distance-44 feet
1-4 inch.
75-yard low hurdles-Ames (Illinois)
first; Smith (Wisconsin), second;
Kirkland (Notre Dame), third. Time-
8 2-5 seconds.
College mile relay-Wabash, first;
Grinnell, second; Knox, third.
Pole vault-Graham (Chicago), and
Fisher (Chicago), tied for first; Wilk-
ins (Ames) and Pattinson (Kansas),
tied for third. Height-12 feet.
Broad jump-Treweeke (Kansas),
first; Smith (Wisconsin), second;
Kreidler (Illinois) and Overbee (Il-
linois), tied for third.
Four-mile relay-Chicago, first; Il-
linois, second; Ames, third. Time-
18 minutes 43 2-5 seconds.
High jump-Simmons, Michigan;
Treweeke, Kansas; Webster, Illinois;
Fisher, Chicago (four tie for first
place, Simmons getting third in draw).
Height--6 feet 11-2 inches.
Polonia Literary Circle Meets Today
Polonia Literary circle, an organiza-
tion of Polish students attending the
University, will hold a meeting at 2:30
o'clock this afternoon in McMillan
hall. The society provides a means for
the Polish'students to get together. It
also has educational advantages. Pre-
pared speeches are givenat the me e-
ings, which are conducted in Polish.
The organization desires to make Ann
Arbor a center for Polish students and
is constantly trying to attract new
men of Polish descent to the Univer-
sity.
Four Americans Rescued from Belgier
London, March 3.-Four Americans
were rescued from life boats of the
British steamer Belgier, and landed!
today by a French scout ship. The!
vessel was torpedoed by a submarine
on Feb. 23.

Oc O htrvvisp- sp.tcifice.

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PI'one as6-M t
Mon--Marguerite Gale (and I2
well known stars on the dramatic
stage), in "Hlow Molly Made Good" ;
Christie Comedy, ("Oh,, For a
Wife.")
Tues.-6--"he Last Days of Po -
peii.'' (under the ausp~ices of King's
Daughters of Congregational Church.)
Pxtra mat,4:30. All tickets sc
Orpheum Theatre
atinets, oo :30: Evening, 6:45.
Sarurdays-Holidays continuous.
Tucs.-6-Bessie Love in "The Heiress
at Coffee Dan's." Also Triangle
Comede. Evening 1y.
Wcd.--7-Gladys Ilulette in "Her New
Vcrk." Also Florence Rose Fash-
'hursFri.-S-9 - Blanche Sweet in
"T he Evil Eye." Also Bray Car-
toons.
Goodhow Floral Co,
225 E. Liberty. Phone 1321

S 5 H E H A N

POP. MAT.
WED., BEST
SEATS $r.;o.

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WEEK, MAR. 5
NIGHTS, goc to
$2.5o

& CO.

I-CADE'
Xth 9~O 0, :30

New York Winter Garden's Biggest,

second

Brightest, Best Bauble

IN OUR

Night School
IN
SHORTHAND
TYPEWRITING

Everything in the line of
fresh cut flowers.
Good variety of flowering
plants.
Greenhouses---Observatory and
Volland St. Phone, 170-M.

Al jolson,

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BOOKKEEPING
PENMANSHIP

Monday-Wednesday-Friday Evenings
Begin March 5th. Enroll Today

Hamilton Business College
State and William

Burnett,, on Free Press, Here for Visit
Verne E. Burnett, '17, recently as-
sociate editor of The Michigan Daily,
and now on the editorial staff of the
Detroit Free Press, is spending a day
in Ann Arbor. It was erroneously
stated in yesterday's Daily that Bur-
nett is working in New York.
Federal Trucks Pass Through City
The peculiar spectacle of seven or
eight large yellow Federal trucks, each
one loaded with another of the same
size, fully equipped and ready for
service, was seen on Main street yes-
terday afternoon. The trucks were be-
ing driven from Alma to Cleveland
where they'are to be put into service.

6 obinson Crusoe Jr."
a Syncopated, Sidereal, Senic Spectac iwith the original
Broadway production and cast of 208 favorites, including
the far-famed Winter Garden Beauty Brigade.
Dozens of Dainty, Darling Dimpled Divinities!
Deliriously Delightful Dresden Dolls--
Glittering Galaxies of Glorious, Gladsome Girlies!

E LLO BONNET TAXI CO.
PHONE 2255

Fresh Lits Give Dance in GymnasiumE
Freshman lits held an informal
dance yesterday afternoon from 2:30
to 6 o'clock in Barbour gymnasium.
Dr. Jonathan F. Scott of the history

Post Guard at Iowa Munition Plants
Des Moines, Ia., March 3.-The po-
lice department announced today that
in view of the tense international situ-
ation, guards had been posted at man-
ufacturing plants here engaged in the
manufacture of articles used to make
munitions of war.

!an jo ie orchestra, Delta Cafe, I department and Mrs. Scott, and Miss

"The Last Days
of Pompeii"
Seen, praised, and highly
recommended by a board
of local censors.
ARCADE THEATRE
TUESDAY, MARCH 6th
Auspices of Congregational
King's Daughters.

speaks on "Engineering as a Profes-
sion" in Lane hall.
6:30 o'clock-Prof. Leroy Waterman
addresses the Students' society of the
Unitarian church.
6:45 o'clock-Regular weekly meet-
ing of Jewish students in Newberry
hail.
7:30 o'clock-James A. Burns speaks
on "The Remaking of the Kentucky
Mountaineer" in the Presbyterian
church.
7:30 ,o'clock-Mrs. Lucia T. Mead
speaks on "World Peace and Ameri-
ca's Duty" at the First Methodist
church.
8 o'clock-Prof. Arthur L. Cross
speaks to the Menorah society in room
A Memorial hall.
Tomorrow
4:15 o'clock-Mr. S. K. Ratcliffe
speaks on "The British Empire; Com-
monwealth or Dominion?" in room 101
economics building.
U-Notices
Michigan Boat club meets at 10:30
o'clock this morning at 910 Cornwell
place. Club officers are urged to at-
tend.
Important rehearsal of the band at 7
o'clock tomorrow night in U-hall.
Meeting of all freshmen interested
in tennis at 7:30 o'clock tomorrow
night in social room of Lane hall.
Glee club practice at 7 o'clock to-
morrow night at School of Music.
Banquets and Dinner Dances ex-
clusively. Delta Cafe. 27-8, 1-2-3-4
Use the advertising columns of The
Michigan Daily in order to reach the
best of AnnArbor's buyers.

Suday evening luncheon, 54c.

Miriam Gerlach were the chaperons.

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SPRINGTIME SHOW

ThisMonda Night
PRIE ITIEST IRLS PRETTIESTI MUSIC
NEI) NESTER AND CHAS. MOORE
with their "SWEETHEARTS
A Lilting, Lyrical Musical Comedy
P1ETTIEST COSTU-1MES PRETTIEST SCENERY
DICKINSON & DEACON
MIFSICAL COMEDY FAVORITES
late of the Candy Shop

11"oday 1:30, 3, 7, & 8:30 P. M.
BRYAN T WA ShiBURN in
"SKINNERS DRESS SUIT"
FROM HENRY IRVING DODGE'S INTENSELY HUMAN AND HIGHLY
AMUSING STORY IN THE SATURDAY EVENING PO$T
IN ADDITION TO

ORPHEM '[HEATRE
MATINEE TClKETS

t it E E

with each job of a Dollar or
more at

FRED l. RICE Sljoe Shop
Phone 2428 321) S. Main
OPPOSITE ORPI-EUM I
W HAT''S GIN{G ON
Today
2:30 o'clock-Meeting of the Polonia
terary circle in McMillan hall.
6:30 o'clock-Prof. John R. Allen

THE VIOLINIST IVI TH A SOUL
PAUL PEDRI NI

Here it is:
You who have been yelling for clean
entertainment that would get away
from the wild melodrama and the
problem plays, we will assert, will
enjoy this thoroughly and enthuse
over it sufficiently to send your friends
to see it. It is simple, fairly elemen-
tary, but the beauty of it all is in the
handling.
It is a case of where the author has
got down to human fundamentals and
given intimate little touches of human
life. The plot has to do with a young
man who promised his wife to get a
raise in salary and when it was re-
fused by the boss he lied to his wife
and told her that he had gotten it, tak-
ing the additional "ten" per week
from his personal account to hand it
in at home.
Theafaked "increase" caused friend
wife and hubby to buy new clothes,
which brought social success and af-
terward a feeling of self-respect, al-
though at the same time they made

the employers quite suspicious of their
cashier. Uneasy because of this sud-
den showing of prosperity, the bosses
sent the cashier to St. Paul to see a lot
manager, while they checked up his
books. Through the use of some
strategy, working on the social aspira-
tions of the customer's wife, the
cashier landed the order, while the
bosses learned that his books were
0. K. When he returned he was made
sales manager, and later a member of
the firm.
Quite a number of real ideas are in-
troduced throughout the play and one
of them a picture of George Washing-
ton, which is shown to wink when
Skinner lied to his wife. Another fea-
ture is the colored bell boys in the
hotel which is a scream.
It is the clean, wholesome comedy
and story that pleases and at the same
time there is a punch that tells. It is
remarkable how a dress suit can make
so much fun.

THE MAN AND THE MONK

EXTRA SPECIAL ATTRACTION!

L

D. E. GRENNAN
CUSTOM TAILOR

J. C. LEWIS, Jr. & CO.
PRESENTING A COMEDY
1illy's Santa Claus"
THURSDAY-Last Year's Big Hit
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BETTER ANDB BIGGER THAN EVER
SEATS ARE NOW ON SALE

now

EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION

MUSTY SUFFER COMEDY
IN ADDITION TO
BIG ATHLETIC CARNIVAL

SPRING IS HERE!

ALL SEATS

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15 cents

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