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January 15, 1910 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1910-01-15

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Reduction Sale for January
All Clothing at 20-35K)/ discount.
This includes the STEIN BLOCH
CLOTHING which we are Agents
for in Ann Arbor.
All Furnishings, Hats, Caps, Gloves,
Etc., at 200% discount. Terms Cash.
Lindenschmitt,Ape &Co
Clearing Sale
All Stiff and Soft Hats at 251( Discount. All
Trowsers 20%, Off.
MANHATTAN S H IRTS

UNIVERSITY NOTICES "r_____ ..___ ,

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SATURDY, )AN. Wtdnsday, Jan. 19
Important fresh engineer mneeting to- Matincee im% - iigA
day at t :t;,Room 39, new engineering KNIGHT" TEMPLARS
Soph ettgoteer offieers and teattin-i Ciee Sspee__________________
agers report for pictitre at Ranidall & P.'ed...e{te.. '
Plack's at 2 :35 sltarp todtty Go Br e.il TO PO '
'The Uivoiersity of Calcutta, said to
bte 'ttte largest educeationtal eortporatiotti itE
the storldl, examtinies more thttttt totin
sttudentts annally. Dramatized frotamtt.e)at i by
Two sttidets have been tdismissedi ty ROBERT St. tAtKER ITe1Greatest at all fNew England Plays
thte eottitil at lllittois for alteged dishoit
esty itt respect tot "ubmtitting ctatt eser- t:eve , lirnv, a,,,, ii(,1[t s T tntaFutrth Year of Uninterped Sue-
ciscs tot their owit. UI,, i 'ed rI : cess. The Original and
\Friac ill mt i [ Only Company.
Several Frenteh sethools are ttsiitg ma- irecotitt. dIt fait (]w114tI r , I.
Clitittot, ta t t o .' ): N i :Zrii
itooks, spray thein with tdisittfetatnitand t'i, ri,tt t Iooqattrtet.
tire itetitwift ht iair.
At the sophomtore sintker iteld re- Prices Matinee: - F~ riccs: 35-50-15-$1-$1.50
ceittly itt Wisconsint there was anuit Prices Night: 21 45; :IAT SALE MONDAY
official putgilisticenercottnter itetween twso Seat Sale VS ur occ tcra I *r, sherei a tettttttt
members of the class. - .

i

$1.50 Shirt now
$1.75" «
$2.00it 4
$2.50it c
$3.00 t
$1.00 " 4

$1.20
$1.35
$1.50
$1.88
$2.25
$0.85

Coach Williamis of Mintestat says
tit McGovern is the first imtttofront
tat university to he placed On Walterj
Caimp's Alt-Aimericant eleveit.
Pirofessor Shiepartd of George Wttsht
ington Uivtiersity htas been exiserittaciti
tug onmoiinikeys ini trder tt see if ttey
inter aniy ittieltigettce. tie ostes thtat thtry
irea ttupttitdlct.
Classes werre dismtissed receiitly at the
University cof Msissoturi ontaccoutti of tte
tick of cttal. Studeitts inth te dormestail
to gttit to etdto keep swarm. A soreck
cattsed the shortage.
W~iscontsin has installed a medietal ad-
oer twhti is to give miedicaltireatitet
anit atdvice tt the studtentso.Antini-
dental fee tof otne dollar per seniester is
charged for maintenance of this depart-
n3tent,
At thm University of California onj
Itabor Day every student oh the Uttiver-
sity gets out and works for the material'
iiiipritemeit Of the itittitittioti.'It is
e titiateit that the stork lotte last yetar
at taboe Day amotuttledtlt $2,800.
Pentn's track mnager is tryintfix
it so that the Piiadelphia ctadidates
gill tave onretmeet a week throuightat
the sititer. The intdiviiduals atid relay
ceats ssill he etitered in meets ini Nesw
'tork, \Vashingtoni, Boto,t, htiladelpiia
andi Baltimore.
hue the first titie it the historyitf ite
G rintitivtuersities the tottalettrollmnt
offull tieritatrietulated studentts htts
itassetd the 50,000 lute, the tottat turintg
tite presetit semester heitig 5i,7oo as
comtpared with 4$,730 last semtester ted
417,791) the tine before.
The tittilregistrationitfiguresitof the
lettiing Amtericani uitiversities places Co-
itumbia at the head wsithi 6,132 sttitets,
P'entnsylvania secotid, with 5,235, andt
Stictaigati and iHarvard third titd foutrit,
swith 5,2no atid 3,994 restiectively. C'or-
tell rattks fifth, stitht 3,90, andtu Ytali
ofsit, with 3,624.
NWI-IVN 'til, ClHIlL Ot4'WINTEf
is here is whteti youtfeet the tired of tut
ines watrmnsitatid overctiat. If yuget
ttemithere they oilltntonty ititke ,youi
feet conmftoriatile, huttook on-cotift-
title. We are 'Tailors, H aberdashters intd
I titters tutd ioir Quality Quitieis
Qutickly.
It PNRiY & CO.

THE ANARBOR B .IBLE CHAIRS
444 S. STAT LS TEL. 937
STUDIES IN T IFE OF CHRIST
FIVE iLIUI. Y G'.C 0LER
SVN~A~, i2TO IP. M.
1. The Trials of Christ - - - - - Jan. 16, 1910
2. Thse Resurreciont Jan. 23, Y
3. Christ's Program ,fo r B17 si, ti Jan. 30, r
4. What Shalt We itu c -r ' Feb. 6,
5. What Shall We ".B'oL ~ t~iauly Feb. 13,
tittttti'is aaltti it~ l t IIit l t 5 i i, t ut s-isir i' int'retA
I~iOE'S' BARDE BLI~51,JMS BOTEL BARBER SHOP
705 Northl. Uetvenetiszt, .t, t'~ltutri titin n oit,
o. A, M OV.Gz". V. STOLL, Proprietor-
ENGINE S BATNGFIGHT
No shadwv
er:c I sedy
Iis.tsyn11the eyes
Perfectly illu' iteitof the ,)raigwing Board
All engineers are ::ecally invited to call and
examine this lightiat o cr .
F ull i r5s xedo

oeulo, Conlin & Fiogol
200-202 South Main Street.

motion Pictulre s
Class Toques
Io thite dfifferent classes of i-he U.ofMfiatvebten recetived
anditare too s aslt.
PRICE 50c EACH
tBesitmakce'antI tmaterils, folly tittoto la tith ampls furntishedt
bty itue etass tico ttittee
MAC K &CO.

and Prince
should thf.t

Alb'~t"sits01(stfit perfectly and
fo I)01 ,Y cpte syfrthe indi5-
iduiA N Iis Fbytailors of ac=
I itosLici'o iretnacy.
_ ", VThce & Co.
wil tlale neof these suits to
y sr tsC'ei-rcfronm fine imported
ir scot fill silked lined
gI$4 to $65
iamboY ink quality equaled only
by th (A) (5 525 clothes of

MAJETIC
j I1
EMatinee Today
2:30
to iy iiud lb s ttitch s tt

Carriage and Baggage
liteah t upto ndititfrouimuaties,
it u c i Trutnkiii 1t()o arm doora, ttte
pvi -1rite i hoIi25 Cents.If eaetted is
tie ttittitup-staitstie prieiltbe
,(t Centsn.
bri ersae reqire tociletetcash
tilt' 'tteitige ittit itagease sreice,
WiA 1 tc, VICI VtERY
;(ittIt -Nef & COi.
or it 1 .s'i'A1ti

There us a tdiferentce inibil-
huntd tables.'Whtent you tplay
ott a tBrusissck-Balke lyii
k-tnts it is the tbest.5',ethave
Ttn othter itake.
307-30 S. State St.
tHU-STON EROS,.
CHARLIES' BARBER SHOP'
Under liuston Billiard Parlors
(Fttrmerly with hfarry & Ctharlies)

ittaeyour measure,
ait Is)o!,oufte fabrics today.
Corner- of wb, -t .:sdF lamth.Ae.

STYLES

M ~.4ARD, TE TATL ''Tr t

T IINCAIN FAILORING

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