UNIVER-S1rY - CA'LENDAR-
Jan. 4-1.-Tryouts, for Deutscher Ver-
ein play 4 to 5 p. mn., room~ 203 U. U.
Jan. 7.-"The, Debts You Remo. mber,".
Newberry Hall, 3:00 p.,in,
Jan. 8.--Senior Law dh-uier at the Un-
Jan. 9.--Senior Engineer din~ner at the
Jan, 9.-"Ceramics" .Dean Orton of 0.
S. U. West Physics Lecture 'Roomi at
Jan. 10.-Vocal recital by Nora
WVA..N E ).
Wiate d-Second growth Hickory butts'
suitable 'for Automobile spokes. For,
further iornmatlon call on or write
W. C. 'Morrey, -Mgr., Timber Depart-
etHayes Wheel Co., Jackson.
Michig an. 493 to 73
For Sale- Duebills on a leading New
York Hotel. See the Business Man-
ager between 1l an 2 p. an. eod tf
Buy the story of 'The Awaxened Ra-
n'eses" and oth(.r photographs of the
fin ale of Lyndon, photographer. 62 tf
The score and music of the Michi-
g:. t Union Opera can be purchased at
the. most convenient "place. Grinnell
B ros. Annex, 313 So. State St. 62ti
Awakened Rameses Souvenir Scores
and Sheet Musioy for sale at Schaeber-
le & Son's, 110 S. Main St.a 63 tf
BI1F'SS1'XPR'S GRILL Charcoal Grill-
ed Porterhouse Steaks, 113 W. Huron
St., ulpstairs, opposite Interurban Sta-
tion. 69e o d71
HTaie. you seen those nobby Oxford
blues at Mlilward's? Tailor, 330 S. State"
St. ' ltf
r k. . _ _ _ .
D W ARE STORE~
GIFTS 205 S. Mafa% -St.
;NDARS and DIARIES
conv~nient desk cal, nelar eliminates all
ce of forge ting im, octamnt detai s,_ or
ng app ointments.
u A ill eijoy a diary now and in after x
~.Make tioesof en :agtineut and prom-
and record yotur iptsi s
of dairies handsomwdy bour d in ch tbhor
)ett le & S chartrer Co.
JR BINDERS STUDENTS' SUPPLIES'
B01 Phone 1404
Hunt, School of Music..e .
Jan. 11.-Senior Dent dinner at the Un-
Jan. 11.--Faculty Concert,'High School
Jan. 12--Soph Lit dinner at the Union,
5:30 p. in.
Jan. 13.--Senior Medic dinner at the
Jan. 13--Athletic Association election.
U. Hall, 9. to 12 a. m.
Jan. 14-"The Debts You Forget,"New-
Newberry Hall, 3:00 '.i.
Jan. 15-Junior Engineer'dinner at the
Jan. 15,-Orchestra Concert, High
Jan. 16.-A'. IRadclyffe, Pugiore on 'S
L. course, 'U. ball,;8 P. m.
Jan. 17.-Vocal -listorical R ecital,
High School hall.
Jan. 17-Cercle Francais soire'e, Sar-
ah Caswell Angell hall, 8 p. mn.
Jan. 18.-Union membership dinner at
Jan. 19.-Junior Lit dinner at. the 'Un-
Jan. 19.--Northwesten-Mician de-
Jan. 19.-Mornin, 'Woodrow aWilson a'
Jan. 21---"The Debts You'll Pay," Now-
Newberry Hall, 3:00 p. in.
Jani. 22.-Flonzaley Quartet,. Universitay
Hall, 8 p.m. .
Jqn. 22.-Fresh Engineer dinner at'th(
Jan. 22.-Comedy Club' in "'The Mag-
Jan. 23..-"Le Roman Feu:lieton,," M.
Louis Delainarre, Sarah Caswell An-
gell Hall, 8 p. M.
Jan. 23.-Coinmerce Club Smoker- aa
the Michigan Union.
Jan. 23.-Soph .Engineer dinner at th,
Jan.~ 24-Piano Recital by Ceceiliia Ra.,
Berry,. School of Music.
Jan. 25.-Shakespearean recital "Thc
Merchant of Venice," 8:00 p. ni. Sar
ah' Caswell 'Ang-ell IHall.
Jan. 28.-"The Responsibility of th(
State"' Newberry Hall, 3:00 1). in.'
Jan. 29.-Semester examinations be.
gin in all the departments.
Tan. 31.-Violin Sonata Recital, Thigh
Following a custom recently inau
gurated in the east, 'the auditor o''
Dartmouth has published his rer'or'
for the year ending. June 1,"19~11. Cop-,
ies were" sent to the alumni, of.Athe col-
Union Offers §Peeial Program - Today,
Vocal solos and l a
kins and W. A. Diekeina will feature1
the. Sunday afternoon pro-rranjt at. rt:
Michigan Union clubhouse . today.
Smoking material and cider: will b'(
served as refreshments. The., program
Will commence at 3 o'clock.
Special redu cd c; s10 'Seniors
SIT'TINGS AND ONEPRINT m-5
Call andlook -over our work
Copy~;~>. ~ li-ied Duck
Are advance a~gents for
A Hlot-Wate~r Bottle lit Bed
Timpe a Su e Cure
Hlockey "players, will find a splendid
a. sortrfent of sticks at Wahr's Uni-
v ersity -Bookstore. 71 to 80.
Lost--Lill Folder containing about $25
in cash,. also cards with owner's
name. Return and receive reward
at :101 South Thayer. 71-2-3
Death Vi!sits Home of Prof. Ilegner,
Mary lizabeth, the daughter of Pro-
lressor Hegner of the university died
suddenly 'Friday night as the result of
onulsions. Death came in forty-
five' minutes and was believed at first
o result from 'i'nfantile paralysis, but
his 'was' later denied by Dr. Breakey.'
k. post-mnortemr was 'held this after'
Noon.. The' child was two and one half
Funeral services were held yester-
' r ternoon and interinent was made
~n F'orest Hill cemetery.
A? I1F.WTPEBLOOD'S CLA4SS TO
CITVE SHA.. KESPF i EALN RECITAL
Professor Truejloods. class' in
,hakespearean Reading will give a re-
'ital of "The Merchant of Venice" in
Sarah Caswell Angell Hall on Thurs-
lay, evening, January 25,, at eight
'clock. The play will be produced
owithout special scenery-and costumes
thius' giving the air' of. an old-.English
, layhouse. No. admission will be
T}rade Clark L~ecture is Delayed.
Mr. E dward S. Rogers of Chicago
who was to have delive red the first
of a series' of lectures on the "Law of
CTradeinarks and Union Trade" before
he 'members of the Law department
Vonidll afternoon, 'January 8, has been
'~eented from doing so by illness in
I As~ family. The' date of the first lec-
.urea will be announced later but it will
fobably be Monday, 'January 15.
1i'E 3'Y YEAIRS AG~O TODAY.
Plalis were completed for the foun-
at ion of the Michigan Law Journal.
«lp71h;Stone was made Managing Ed-
.tor and Business °Manager.
11 AT HUPON BELL PH(
( LWe devote esprcial atnint ongnnstailoring .If
11in ife well (ress di, tPly,'-l i(i) robAblyContll'l' )(inue to d 'sswe
means 1 they xx 'll C(-11LItii.C to7h1 vetheir clothes i il (l', her ; and
dependIAupon Us frth1)C ttha, w il erespolnsibi l )):1rl C
I1 IExclusive patterns, in1 foreign woe l lSselcted 1especdaly
nmn 7, COnstiue <a Cons1i'1< iderable ,~ r 01 of or stck ; ;and(1the Sluit
for this particula;r class of ?r,. .e have a ia=hi anfi style to t
rehn,2emnt of fas;hlon. that cai[oti be miuiken or apparel pro
less eCxpert 111noxvlegeof the type of uppave;(il:'young gentlemen 7C11S1
Q Suits anld Oeco\C"(ats, 3 Ianil).o
"The Originl ycoungMcn's Ta;lor" G. 2737 797 Woc
itELECTS COMMITTFIEN TOl
CDO0YER1N s lJN MO R 1A 1MC
" ,-I AIFE Evil"
Quarry Drug Ca,
L LER'S UEstabssh~d,
Waernsafl5 Ideal , Corxkl n self
lH15 Beta, Repealer., Alarms an d
flIGAN JEW b.LLIY and NO ELTIES
ry and Watc~h Rej,:a ring r
S.11 P!>o. 334 L
President Mv. J. Seeley of the senior
pharinics, has announced the foilwi n_
comm1_ittees to guide the actvitis 01
she class through. the ening117year~
Invitation--Bert. Ftletcheri, chair-
mnan; Edwxard Rt. NguTheodo;re T
Social-Bruce~ L. Reynolds, chair-
man; Wesley M. UzDiavi, Knnethi
Cap and Gown---George C. Mich(
,chairmnan; Rex Bo,-tich, 1Ewell B . Cl--
Picture-Edwin P. Mlaclk, chairmann
James H. Hilburn, Simpson P1. CGreen,'
Robert Albertson hads bce n appointctI
P'RESID3)gENT BENp'iT : g~lO 'COylNDE' iINJS
"WIIE-BI.BINf~" R(WE55 Jl S
The m zain Ccomm~lnitt~te
meetng Wednesday afl
%veA at 2:30. At thi
pcted to be disprosed
lciic tasks assigned to
initesI'1 what aino
an ',ll da~y session yest
commitZ tee cn the Jubi
worked on the lan of
subittod to the regu
Lnaevening no inorn
Ml~ichigan Pins, Fobs and Frateraity
Jewelr~y. Big Ben alarms $2.50 Arnold
Your Pati-nnage is Well Cared for Here
Schumacher's Itai'dwaree will fnri'. You with a rair of
S gates, and you'-an skl* at e. Peck & Snyder skates
l vwsty fIF -.1c bous
M~aaard Sti e.t Across. frm IMta ' t
Is Always to be had at the
of Music for the Colge Student"
Always Glad to Play for You
eirsity Music HO n s+
~ jIlljii!11 tjij.__-'1ljllj jl1 III IIIIII _I I _
President Benton of Ver mnt Unl-i-
v'ersity has has decided opi*nions con:-t
cerning drinking profsors .: ays
"No more hateful spectacle con rort
advanlcing civilization, than abers-
ping, wine-bibbing ceollege or uvniversi-
ty professor. tHe is htflbcueh
is incongruous. More thanth, he is,
hateful because of the .havoc he wcrks
vs an iconoclast Inl the eaxiul temp;le
of youthful idealis. it is a safe rel~-
diction that. in the n ar coing dayte An r cin s..o a ,
historic tradition, thecolgprfso
who drinks in public or in private wl
not be tolerated le°7 b? f teyondoftr sthi e me tin
ing his discovery; 9and ?I should sayt,
you in perfect cand orthtIwlno
?rae on a teach~iing bodIy !w ith men who
use intoxicating liquors in any-,form
nmiodmdcharacter ideials istogratop-
mit mee to attempt to bea.r te ude
of. responsibility which I could? note--
cape for aclegewolasa m
Q;('tliers Report Wg"Remlny~di'I;
A.n article appearing i
nrnring'! issue of the D,,
to the sale of Dr. Angell'
conces" was erroneous in
,ave the imnpression that
taihble nlyat the store
Warether local book s
teiving the Looks direct fr
usher and have them on
hanit's book store also reps
ly dlemtand for the work .o
able President Eineritus,
close to two hundred cc
The handball tournamei
be held this year until
sr:ig Dr. May has ha
qu:iies :about the contest
a la;rge number of entries.
T'he Da<ily protested)
aginst the!'stories of cc
Ann Arbor" which. were
the DetRi papers and N,
_sented the student body
?=1'': lk in drinking and ga
Iuge'n Bloxhain, '14 E
home to NorwalkOhio,
Bath 4"bes and. Dresing
Gowns1 IniPorted Pattens
m $4,00to $12.00
' - rInspecti-Oft Invted
Furnisher . and Id' attees
Cor. 'S. State St. And William Sts:
'1oth esforColegc M fl,.
Alen's -Good~lte Sto