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Alumnus, the Law
,n Technic, and a
dent publications.
im They're Better.
showing the differ-
niversity of Wash-
11 men have just
iich the Wolverine
to come off second
Ho0w:
20.5 years; MV., 18.9

.16 in.; M.,_
.96 lbs.; M.,E
-W., 261.15

~sW,16.77
-W., 2 per

'7 per
cent;

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,sical Director Hall,
uces, "These figures
Washington man is
,sically and is freer
the eastern man.

UNIVERSITY CALENDAR
Jan. 4-11.-Tryouts for Deutscher Ver-'
ein play 4 to 5 p. in., room 203 U. H.
Jan. 11.-Faculty Concert, High School
hall. ,
Jan. 12-Soph Lit dinner at the Union,
5:30 p. in.
Jan. 13.-Senior Medic Smok~er at'Un-
ion at 8 o'clock.
Jan. 13.-Athletic Association election,
U. Hall, 9 to 12 a. m.
Jan. 13.-Soph Lit dance at Packard
Dancing Academy, 2:30 p. i.;
Jan. 13.-J. Lit dance, Barbour- Gym,
2:00.
Jan. 14."The Debts You Forget,"New-
Newberry Hail, 3:00 p. m. 0
Jan. 15-Junior Engineer dinner at the
Union.
Jan. 15.-Orcbestra Concert,; High
School hall.
Jan. 16.-A. Radclyffe 'Dugmore on S.
L. course, U. hall, 8 p. m.
Jan. 17.-Vocal Historical Recital.
High School hail.
Jan. 17.-Cercle Francais soiree,.Sar-
ah Caswell Angell hall, 8 p. m.
Jan. 18.-Union membership dinner at
the Union.
Jan. 19.-Junior Lit dinner at the Un-
ion.
Jan. 19.-Northwestern-Michigan 'de-
bate.
Jan. 19.-Morning, Woodrow Wilson at
Whitney Theater.
Jan. 20.-Comedy Club in "The Mag-
istrate," Whitney Theater.
Jan. '20.--Architectural Society dance,
Packard Dancing Academy, 9:00 p.
m.
Jan. 21.--"The Debts You'll Pay," New-
Newberry Hall, 3:00 p. m.
Jan. 22.-Flonzaley Quartet, University
Hall, 8 p. m.
Jan. 23.--"Le Roman Feullleton," M.
Louis Delamarre, Sarah Caswell An-
gell Hall, 8 p. m.
Jan. 22.-Fresh Engineer dinner at the
Union.
Jan. 23.-Commerce Club Smoker at
the Michigan Union.
Jan. 23.-Soph Engineer 'dinner at the
Union.
Jan. 24-Piano -Recital by Cecellia Ray
Berry, School of Music.
Jan. 25.-Shakespearean recital "The
Merchant of Venice," 8:00 p. w., War-
ah Caswell Angell Hall,
Jan. 28.-"The Responsibility of the
State" Newberry Hall, 3:00 p.,im.
Jan._ 29.-=Semester examinations 'be-
gin in a11. the departments.
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classified column must alwiays
be parid for it aid vanmce, and may
be left ait the D)AILY office op-.
po site the Majestic between the
hours of 'i2 noon aind 10! p. in",
or ait Quarry's Drug Store, N.
University and State, fat any
timte up to 9:30 iP. WO
These Ads bring 'results.

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Hockey players will find a splendid
assortment of sticks at Walir's Ui-
v'ersity Bookstore. 71 to 80

Awakened Rameses. Souvenir Scores
and Sheet Music for sale at Schaeber-
le '& Son's, 110 S. Main St. 63 tf
Patronize the new print shop, Davis
and Ohlinger, Job Printers, 109 E.
Washington Street. Bell Phone, 43 2-3
18 eod tf
Have you seen Mr. Smithson regard-
ing that summer job? Don't delay men
for the proposition is well worth look-
ing into, if you need money. Call today
at 503 E. William. 74
EXTRA PLACES ARE RESERVED
AT UNION FOR SOril DINNER
In anticipation of even a larger,
crowd than' that which attended the
last class' dinner, more spaces have
been reserved at the Union tonight for
the soph lit diners.
Walter Cox will act as toastmaster
and, will call upon Professor B~rummi
L. L. Cline, Cyril Quinn, and Miller
Pontius for short talks. Bruce Brom-
ley and Lyle Clift will furnish the mu-
sical part of the program, Season
tickets will admit, and a single admis-
sion will be fifty cents.
TELLS TALE OF ABANDONMENT
OF ALL BUT SALOON CONTENTS.
The novel experience of prowling
atbout alone through an abandoned
mining town, wherein was found an
open pool room with pool and billiar(I
tables, balls and cues still in their
places; open dance hall and saloons
(whose' contents had not been aban-
doned), was told, among other inter-
esting tales, to the foresters last even-
ing by James B. Saxton, '09, of Idaho
forest assistant. Mr. Saxton also spoke
an general administrative work of the
forest service, with special reference
to the Targhee National Forest.
'O RELIEF FROM WADING
THROUGH SNOW IN SIGHT1
It seems probable that students may
be forced to encounter. the snow drifts
'or several more weeks. The chair-
inan of the, city council ordinance comy
nittee is absent from the city, and the
committee has taken no definite steps
o0 prepare' the new ordinance, regu-
ating the removal of snow from .tha
sidewalks, for submission to council
ntext Moniday evening.
The new ordinance is' an improve-
┬░nent over the one now in force, and
embodies all the es Xsentiaul features o.
the present one. Much criticism and
protest has been aroused over the
clause in, the new ordinance which re-
quires resident. holders to remove the
drifting snow and accumulated snow
within two hours after the cessation of
the falling snow, and some of the city
officials have expressed doubts of the
rdinance's passage.'

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at Reduced P'rices

All odd Pants at 2
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Shirts and Underwear at a Re,'ucth(
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UNI V ERSITY NOTICES

S$o. M~ain

LET

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Lit law hockey game at Ferry fieM:
today at 3:30.
All Michigan musical. club 'trip iner
turn in films developed or undeveloped
immediately at- Michiganensian offico
in order that better rates may be ob-
tained.
Lit Hockey team practice at 3:0
o'clock today at Ferry field.
J lit football team meet today at
12:30 at Rentschler's with jerseys.
tice tonight at Weinberg's, 7:00 p. m.
Fresh lit basketball at city, Y. M. C
A. tomorrow 2:30 'p. in.
The senior laws will meet this after-
noon in room 'G, at 4 o'clock.
All freshmen who are back in their
gym work should see Dr. May at once
and make arrangements to make it up
before "exams.."

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