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January 19, 1910 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY ____

J TROUSER SALE

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We are making a re-
duction of $1.00 on each
winter weight trouser in
our l ine regardless of the
price. An early selection
counts.
SPRING LINE NOW READY

IJ. K6 Malcolm, 118 E, Liberty

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ColAN YOUi DANCE?
Priat lesos b apoinmen.11 GR1A1NGER'Si 505 1111 OF l)AN( I . Call
Ac 11.e y or {Bone 2146. ffie Fus1o I Al.

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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
-IO Bio.
Motion Pictures
C.lass Toues
lorl the hifferetnt classes of the U. of M. have b)een11rece ived
and are 1n0w on sale
PRICE 500 EACH
Itest mIake and1 Imaterials, folly up to theC samleIs lfurishedl
by the class colmittee.
MACK & CO.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES
S-enior enlgineer class mneetinlg today,
4:31) p. in., Rooni 309.
Senlior lit class mfeetinlg, RoomI A,
Unliversity 1ha11, 4 p. ill. today.
Meeting soph lit track candidates in
trolphy rooml, Thursday, 5 p. m.
Tile Independents wh110expec~t to at-
tcendI thecjun~ior 15011 will mect at thle
Union this eveninlg at 6. Socuvenirs will
be selected (Old other imp~orta~nt Platters
decided. IHinckiley.
Seoiors, make date at 011ce withl pho-
tographers for sittin~gs for senior pic-
tules Pay Michiganensian fee of one
dollar to phlotographer. Please attend
to (his at on1c. Kniskernl. Bns. Mgr.
CONFIDENT OF VICTORY
Chicago Would Hang Another Scalp
in Her Wigwam.
Tomorrow one of Michigan's varsity
teams goes to tile Univcrsity of Chicago
for is anlunal dehate. Chicago looks
foe a repetition of its last year's suc-
cess, hasing thle ilopes Olonioe of the
stronlgest teaims that las eeer repre-
sCalled Rockefeller's plet institutionl.
1F. EtFergusoii, 'i1 law, who10opens
folr Chicago, las mad~le anl enviahle eec-
ordI. Before enlterinig the University, he
tol:aii actisve part iln the Chicago H-igh
Schlool leaglue. 11n 1919 lie took first
11onolrs inl the Chlicago varsity oratorical
econtest an~d later inlthle sanme year woil
a1 111ace onthe Chicago teani whichi de-
bated agailnst Northwestern.
TI. S. Soikey, thle second spleaker, first
111)11 house ini the Interscholastic Be-
hating league at St. Louis, Mo. In
1)08 lhe again won deistiiictionm on the
('hicago Uiiersity iiitercollegiate team.
hill graduatiaes ill 1912 ironm a cominled
lerary 0a1d1lalecouirse.
P. Mi. O'Dea, '12 lasw, closes for Chi-
Icago. Althlough his first experience on
a1 uniiversity team, lie has made a record
elsewhlere. lHe represented his high
schlool in the Southwcestern league, and
ill 1907 dehbited for Drury College
001151s Arkansas Unliversity. Ini 1908
he represented thle same college againist
WOashington University.
SUPPOSE
you have cilee all the spots from
yoreldr01 clothes, 1w110waints to look like
a shiahby genlteel? You 11011t look pros-
perolls. A nice, fresh, iiew outfit brings
c1(lllllrlandelbegets coidenlce aiid with
rollfidellce coiies success and coiifort
algain.
Let us adds your coiifideiice to our
long list of satisfied customers aiid thus
help Inu to success. We are Tailors,
h aberdashers and Ilatters.
HFENRY & CO.

WTednesday, Jan. 1 9
KNIGHT TEMPLARS
BENIFITI
DENMAN THOMPSON'S
The Greatest of all New England Plays
Twenty-Fourth Tear of Uninterrupted
Success. The Original and
Only Company.

:: Wi*iey Theatre ::

Oasto i olal) -tl111iW-iiul 11No z7,e 5,11e 11,11 BY Anna Steese Richardson and
gffeets--Tile FaosI ) 1,11 ( 1111uarte. Henry Leslie Fridenberg
Prices: 35-50-Z5-$l-$1.50-
SEAT .SALEP MONIIAY Prices: 35-50-75-$1.00-$1.50
51~v Clisi arl, a The1ni is i_ I cnc SEAT SALE TUESIDAY MORNING
Hotel Cnbeld

THUSRDA.Y, JAN. 20
HENRY B. HARRIS PRESENTS
ROBERT
In a New Play of M~odern
American Life
",A M'AN'S A
MAN "

S. W Cur. Broadway, of 541
N~f eli.t

th St.,

NEW YORK

. Ejevmuc

KEPT BY A COLLEGE MAN
College Men Always Welcome
Special Terms for College Teams
Ideal Location. Near 'Theatres, Shops
and Central Park
New, Modern, Absolutely Fireproof
'Transient Rates, $2.50, with Bath, and Up.
All Outside Rooms. Send ior Booklet.

Go o ajor's
haf),llt 5, u r 5 . .
C. H. MAJOR (& ,XCO.
<,ctrr~ o li hGad1Pits123lVahigoSt

live unmi~ounitedl photograpshs for ap-
plication pulrposes, cost 68f cents.
WHITE STUDIO,
8o itoc E. Huron.
Ba naland Souvenir Scores aind
S'heedt Music for sale at Schaeherle &
5 oi's Mus~i louse, z110 5. Maistreet.
flotf
Ilaiie ,.the right kinds at right
ricc 5 .at tle Studeiits' Bookstore.
Sheellal & Co. tf
Bes as sort ment of Scraphooks at
13a illii all kinds of University
books at tlhe Studeilts' Bookstore.
0110 all & Co1. tf
1,()\v pIri cs qulotedl 10fritermmities,
c111 15, ixonqente s and ommlititees 01n
ar-e rrs11fcigalrs, cigarett~es or to-
1111,_ lusolnBos4-I
3017-309 S. State St.
IlEUSTON BROS.,
MOE'S BARBER SHOP
70a Northi University Ave.
O. A. MOE.

UNDER TIDE MANAGEMENT OF
Harry P. Stiraiaori, formerly with IotelIImperial.
K. J. l nha.. rm oclerly withiHotel \Voodlvarl
ST. JAMES HOTEL BARBER SHOP CHARLIES' BARBER SHOP
Opposit l 111111 ri 1111W11ailn Rom Under Huston Billiard Parlors
G EO. V. STOLL. Proprietor Frm1erly wih Hrry& 101 T1 s ')
20~ for 15 c-ts.
THE College Tavern. Happy hours.
Splendid chaps. Old romances.
P l ea sa nt recollections--
I and F atima Cigarettes.
cis 1' 'I he 'lvrkish Ci t4arette of
~ ~~1~S ~ distinIctiont. \ blend of mild,
r~lllo, [i'avo red to ba cc o
\ FTCxqulsitely lcaslh1 to) the taste.
Te mercan TIobacco1Co
J'
3 r: inJ k&' 4/ a
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"A Ot la&JAY CIRCUS"
Ih Laughing Hit of
the Year
Ma.flne Today 2:30

Carriage and Baggage
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1,1111, J:.o'cllmel$1.50, aftr 12l'c'lock
$2.00.
For1-0111 Trunk to or liomlor, b he 1
picewll I 5,25 Cets. 1 Ifcared o 1.
Ill front l sta-irs1,the pmie gill 1he
so Crnts.
ivereresrrueplll)'tollclletcs
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Tli4E BEST OF EVERY
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