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FOR JIETNT.

Christmas

recess

Jan. 4-11.-Deutscher Verein tryouts,
4 to 5 p. m., room 203 U. Hall.
SENIOR DENTAL SOCIETY
PLANS TO ISSUE JOURNAL.
At the last meeting of the Senior
Dental Society, it was decided to thor-
oughly investigate concerning the pub-
lication-of a local Dental Journal. The
matter was brought up because of -the
interest manifested by the students of
the department in regard to such a
magazine.-,
President Karl E. Bliss has appoint-
ed L. C. Shonerd, C. Buillis, and A.
Bordato as a special committee to in-
vestigate the proposition.
Illinois Theater-Rioters Punished.
Two juniors at the University of Ill-
inois have been dismissed for one year
for taking part in a "theater riot" in
Champaign, Friday night, November
24. The rioters were held the more
culpable since they had pushed a burn-
ing barrel into one of the exits of the
theater.
Engineers Plan Many Social Functions
The junior engineers will hold their
first class dance of the year at Gran-
ger's, on January 5, 1912, and a sec-
ond one on January 15, 1912. The sen-
ior and freshman engineers together
with the sophomores are all planning
to hold either class dinners or dances
the first month of the new year
Law Alumni Form New Partnership.
Harry D. Jewell, '91 L, and Alvin E.
Ewing, '92 L, have formed a partner-.
ship for the general practice of law in
Grand Rapids. Mr. Jewell has tender-
ed his resignation as Probate Judge of
Kent county after having h'eld the po-
sition since 1897, and the law firm of
Ewing and Dalton of Grand Rapids has
been dissolved by mutual consent.
These events left the two Michigan
grads free to form a new partnership
with the result that the firm of Jewell
and Ewing was made up.
Prof. Allen Injures Knee Severely.
A letter received by Secretary Smith
Monday from Constantinople, states
that Prof. John R. Allen, who is on a
leave of absence, has been laid up witht
an injured knee since early in Novem-.
ber. At the time the letter was writ-
ten he was still unable to be relieved
of the plaster cast.

For Sale-Duebills on a leading New
York Hotel. See the Business Man-
ager between 1 an 2 p. m. eod tf
For Rent-Two single rooms and one
fine large suite. All modern con-
veniences. 325,E. Jefferson street.
Phone 1316-J. 66-67
WANTED.
Wanted-Second growth Hickory butts
suitable for Automobile spokes. For
further information call on or write
W. C. Morrey, Mgr., Timber Depart-
ment, Hayes Wheel Co., Jacleon,
Michigan. 49 to 73
Wanted-Ten students, July to October
next. Established house. For infor-
mation send address by January 1st
on postal, addressed Box 174, City.
Must furnish evidence of reliability
and industry.
LOST
Lost-Kappa Alpha Theta pin. Return
to 621 S. Ingalls. Reward. 66-67
Lost-Three rings left in Women's
League room at University hall Wed-
nesday, December 13. Please phone
or return to 604 Madison. Reward.
- 66-67
FOUND
Found-Bill at Aeronautical society
meeting. May be had by calling
Blumberg, 453-J.
Buy the story of "The Awakened Ra-
meses" and other photographs of the
finale of Lyndon, photographer. 62 tf
Awakened Rameses Souvenir Scores
and Sheet Music for sale at Schaeber-
le & Son's, 110 S. Main St. 63 tf
Finest equipped Billiard Parlor in
the city, 118 and 120 East Liberty St
Everything new. 40 cents per hour ofi
any table.
THE TOBACCO SHOP,
Grinnell Bros. have a very large
stock of Mandolins, Guitars and :mall
music boxes, from $2.00 up; just the
thing for a Christmas gift. Call at their
warerooms, 120 and 122 Liberty street
for anything in the line of music at
lowest prices.
62 tf W. J. SIMONSON, Mgr.

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them for 25e

Have you seen those nobby
blues at Milward's? Tavbr
State St.

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Dean HoffGoes to Chicago oiiBusiness
Dr. N. S. Hoff, Dean of the dental
college will leave for Chicago next
Friday on professional business. He
will remain in that city over Christ-
mas, and will return to Ann Arbor1
about January 1.
"Grad" uade Superintendent of Home.
Dr. Harley A. Haynes, '02 homeop,
has been appointed superintendent of
:he Michigan State Home for the Fee-
ble minded and Epileptic located at La
Peer. Dr. Haynes had been assistant'
superintendent of the institution for
several years.

See large ad for free pipe deal at
;e Tobacco Shop, 118 and 120 East
.:bcrty St. 59 to 67
The score and music of the Michi-
.n Union Opera can be purchased at
the most convenient place. Grinnell
Bros. Annex, 313 So. State St. 62tf
Shoes repaired while you wait. An-
dres, 222 So. State St. 34 eod tf
Patronize the new print shop, Davis
and Ohlinger, Job Printers, 109 E.
Washington Street. Bell Phone, 432-J.
18 eod tf
Medical College is Paid a Visit.
Dr. N. P..Colwell, of Chicago, secre-
tary of the Council on Medical Educa-
tion, came to this city yesterday. The
purpose of his visit was to inspect the
medical college.

Detroit Mich.
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in evtry way.
Dress Suits

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Big Ben alarms $2.50 Arnold
alarms $1.00
>afromage 2s Wel Cared for Here
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LET 'ER FREEZE
Schumacher's Hardware will furnish you with a pair of
S ates, and you can skate. Peck & Snyder Skates
x308-310-312 outh-Mali

FEW sophomores but have a sm
ing knowledge of Velvet-
greatest of tobacco leaf ---the o
days method of curing by aging
warehouse under perfect conditic
mellowing that dispels every vestig
smooth flavor of tobacco that ch
ever experienced. Can't burn hot-ca
you will it is always the same delightful
Today or any time you say-at all deal

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Bath Robes and Dressing
Gowns Imported Patterns
$4.00 to $12.00
Your Inspecotlon Invited
TINKER & COMPANY
Furnishers and Hatters.- Cor. S. State St. and William Sts.

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CHICAGO

Full Two
Ounce Tinis

25c

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