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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

FULL DRzESS SUITS
Full satin lined with heavy cord
silk facing at
C-C-C $35.00 C-C-C
For the holiday.
Cut by experts and made by men who spend all
their time on dress work. NOT one or two a Season.
: We give a try-on with each order.
J. KARL MALCOLM, 118 B. Liberty
LEARN TO DANCE
u ldet t , s i-- I' t ay 1wrto iis, , t S Itock
ENGINEERS' DRAFTING LIGHT
No shadows
Perfectly steady
Easy on the eyes
Perfectly illumination of the Drawing Board
All engineers are specially invited to call and
examine this light at our office.
Ann Arbor Gas Company

UNIVESITYNOTICES
All track candidates meet in trophy
room of Barbour gym Monday niglt at
7 o'clock.
Members of last year's Comedy club
are requested to meet in Room 2, U. I.,
at 7:5 Monday night.
All Union membership reports oust
positively come in net week. Offic
hours g to 6 daily. Simmnonds.
V. D. Balentine, sperintendent of car
service of the Rock Island les, wil
steak on the sbject of "Wsaste Motor
Power" Wednesday afternoon at 2 be
fore Mr. Haney's class in railroads, and
in the evening at 7 ;30 in Tappan hall
under auspices of the Comnmere club.
CO-OPERATION OP
STUDENT BODY WANTED
The Michiganensian managers ar
very anxious to nake ttis years annua
a real college book. In it they ittd to
devote as mucts space as possibte to
,vsews, jokes, ideas of the students ast
its geseratoI make it a reviesv of every
tthing sorth whlie that has occurred toe-
ing the college year. Instead of seng
mserey a catalogue, devoted to tietilts
tographso sf the sesiors, teshIotors that
thsey have sncceeded in takisg ad a gets
cral review of the classes takess is a
whsole, they wast the book to britg ott
sore of the individaity of the college
"We want this year's bok o create
ass atmosphere of college life," sal Mass
aging Editor awhe. "To do this, it
silt be necessary to get the sport of
he entire student body. Asy studest
swho has jokes, stories and photographic
views that he or she may care to hve
used is asked to bring them intote
Mkieliganensian office. Further, if aty
onse has any new ideas as to hose the as-
stat may be made better, we wat thlem
to let us know. If everyosne gives swhat
assisssance they can, this year's book wil
ot only e more itersting to Mihiganst
students, hut will also tend to create a
'rester interest in Michigan unsong
outsiders who may read the asnual."
JUNIOR LITS HOLD
SMOKER MONDAY EVENING
From present indicatioss, te junior
lit smoker to be held at the Mihigass
Union Monday evening at 7:30 will le a
record breaker from the poit of as-
tendance. The plass of te commssitee its
charge to break away from the betet
track and provide a lively ettraiststcnt,
sade up of clever "stnsts," msssical
snsmbers and ssappy toasts to go alog
with the song-est and the convesstiosal
lunch, has struck the right chord amnosg
the class members ad tickets have beest
seting well at 35 cents.
5'RsF55LAWSv5wuRK~ts
Coastinsg seasons is brisging its ual
crop of injuries to temper te etsusi
asss of the sport. Last nigt saw a
ssuber of accidents oss Broadway it,
amossg thesm one in wich two freshs
laws, Frank Picard and Clarece Hatns
tos, their two lady cospaions ad
chaperon, were throwns from tebol,
although all fortunately escaped ijry.
The accident occurred iss passing a ctter~
which was coming up the hil. Picar,
who was steering, managed to sig tes
bob osut of the road, bt te rear rn-t
ners hit the ctter.
MUCH DEPENDS
0on how a man is dressed, it des not
cot mus to e well dressed. Ask us
how much.
We are Tailors, Htaberdashers anI
Hatters and and Our Quality Qalifes

Quickly.
HENRY & CO.
A poor tip, or a good sip poor-
ly put on, spoils a gasne of bit-
lisrds or pool. Our tips ar1
the hest "Expert Acadessiqtsc"
and are adjusted daily by one
"who knows how."
307-309 S. State St.
HUSTON BROS.,

TUESDAY,' N
J0S. P. ft-llRl()'i\
TIhe Cyclonic. toritedissn

11 Wednesday, Jan. 12
GEO. M. COHAN'S OWN MINSTRELS
All N> is Yea5>r.tBigger ansd ttter Thans
I~t ,(rmthe cords 5,Rsegied Leading

CHAR'Y H AN & H ARRI S
MINSTRELS
G I WITH

In the Brand New Csomedsy Success
Entitled
Pricm: 25c-50c- .cW$100
Seat Sale - Sa rdI-, sm,

CEO. EVAN S
AND THE FAMOUS HONEY BOYS
Ene i t, o t3. tOrchestra of 20. Saperb,
-c nit: 5.::iuttsism:rs, M~arvelous Lig5bt-
5nIff t. 'The Iutre Entertatnmnt.
C~mcoiod. Wrtten a dauetd ty
' EO. M. COHAN
Prices: 35-50-75-$1-$1.50
SEAT SALE MONDAY

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KEPT BY A COLLEGE MAN
College Men Always Welcome
Special Terms for College Teams
Ideail Location. Near Theatres, Shops
snd Central Park
New, Modern, Absolutely Fireproof
T ranssient Rates, $2.50, with Bath, and Up.
All tOutside Rooms. Send for Booklet.

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.le.s,-inestigo hywa oie
MARATR HO
I ii.'Tu t iltliardstPacros
F o tis . t'. 11t.t: Is & Cs> Stttt s

VANKLEEK'S
300 Eat CWaah~rngta.% St.
Light Lunches
Confect ionary
and
Ice Cream
Phones 78 L 78 Flue
Carriage and Baggage
1s 7 , ss lss t o cis d sfrostssparties,
'clock $ v. 1.505, afte2o'clctuk
Isr it'sssl. issirtefsotmsdoor, the
i 1.Usllii25 Cents. Ifcarried to
(, esiimup-sstairs.sir srive wilt be
53t.ens.
Drivers arereq silted cletcash
forevaeiarisandacgeserv'ice.
WA 1i.Is Ft'5S LIELYn
IlltIIIN\s)N & CO.
Wi. i. viAtet
It01tMS LIVERtY

VNDES-R n1116MAN4AG1CEMEN4T OF
H arry P. Stlm sor-s, ini: oihtIsel Imitperill
p. J tgas.rms, forimerly with Hotel Woodlward
lTHSIS W [ TA IVLN VAUDEVILLE BILL
jA Program Changed
MON DAYS
AND
.. - ,. THURSDAYS
MONDY, ISH Y, EDNESDAY
Or a a ,.a AssPlay
$. RM' THEWORLD"
A.,Area5 Th lr., X stis.Great Aet.
Comsedy' As,,

Motion Pc ires
For tis(dt enst clisofli'till I.if 'SIhave ibeen received
PRICE Y0c ACHgy
i ak sok anid sct i -J I ttiy, i samples fturished
MACK &:O

Peer-All
FREE 7
Co ilii l
Watchebv
Ilargasir
Office>t r im t
AALL
ST. JAMES 119TF
GEO. V. STOL:

G rot...qua.
Teu.to~ntia Comedy
rin.gers ansdDan.cers
VIGPICTURES
s ed-tsday Matinees,
-sna. WJHIITSIDES antd PICKS.
Il5 A ic I Slian t . l: ic Ftly Diferent
MO.AE'S BARBER SHOP
a05Narth Uaiversity Ave.
0. A. MOE.
is DETROIT UNITED LINES
Reween DIetrot, Ann Arbor and
Jackson
Limsied Cares EatBound-7s50 a.sts., I1:50
,imiled CarWestlBound-3:24 .m.s, 2 4
csnal Cars SEat ound- IsDotrolt, 5:45 .
inlcv'tr5Bourits 10:45 p. m. To Ypsi-
_ __.._ . ;>: ;, . rl. aniihalf hoarlYto11:15p.mc,
fil I H P .i 1i 1i2. 211 t121:130 a. 111. 1: ' 50a. m. To
cii itit. tt Ypsilunti.
Lei mitra ~rsWest Boud-5[5.m., 7 ':15tIa.
T"H BEST OF EVERY..
-h TH INCA IN TAILORING

ALWAYSAHEAD I
STYLES

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