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January 18, 1912 - Image 3

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TIIfE MICHIGAN DAILY

TAL FACULTY MEMBERS TO
iTTEND PEDAGOGIC MEETING
x members of the dental facultyt
attend the Institute of Den-
'edagogics which meets in Chicago,
ary 23 to 25. Dr. M. L.
d will read a scientific paper. The
iose of the convention is to permit
esentatives from every dental col-
in the country to meet in a body
discuss the teaching methods of
)us institutions.
'IES' HOME JOURNAL IS A
EATURE OF WOMEN'S MEETING
Ladies' Home Journal Party" is
itle of the entertainment to be giv-
y the Women's League Friday af-
oon. A copy of the Ladies' Home
nal will be gone through from
r to cover and there will be tab-
x to represent the different pages.
editorial page, the "That Reminds
page, and others will be shown.

ESE FAVOR REPUBLI.CANISM1

COSMOPOLITAN CLUB WILL

HEAR ILLUSTRATED LECTURE.
Sycip Believes Manchurian Oppression
to Be Doomed in China. An illustrated stereoptican lecture
on "Japan" will be given under the
Commenting on the establishment of "auspices of the Cosmopolitan club in
a provisional republic by the revolu-- the Cercle Francais rooms, Saturday
tionists of China, Albino Z. Sycip, pros- evening at 7:30. The club has planned
ident of the local Chinese students' to have a Japanese speaker deliver the
club, declared yesterday that practi- address, but in the event of the failure
cally all of the Chinese students in this to secure the service of the Japanese
country favored a republican form of lecturer, William Welsh, president of
government for China, and that the the club will give the talk. The lecture
same sentiment seemed to predominate is open to the public, and no admit-
among the majority of the Chinese at
home. NORAL SCHOOL HEAD WILL
"The Manchu dynasty is doomed," NOR LSOO HEAI L
said Sycip. "It is very likely that Chi- TELL OF MOUNTAIN PEOPLE.
na will ultimately be a republic. t is president E. P. lds ofthe Norma
absolutely certain that we are going Prsdn ..Chdso heNra
to clean the country of the corrupt school at Asheville, North Carolina,
officialdom, and make China better re- will deliver a lecture this evening in
spected." Newberry hall on the subject, "The
Speaking of the personnel of the rev- Future of the Mountain White." This
olutionary movement Sycip said: "Ev- 'is a talk relative to the training of
ery prominent leader of the movement teachers for the mountain schools of
is very able, and thoroughly trained the southern mountains. The lecture
in Western learning. American, Jap- is open to the public and will begin a+

The Last Opportunity

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Dr. William
Windsor the
Phrenologist
Will Close
Business at
the end of.this
week.

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Tatik

Dr. Windsor continues his daily
demonstrationsand t alks to young
men on Hfealth and Prosperity at
4:30 P. vi., untie Friday at which
time he will close his engage-
ment in Ann Arbor.
A large number of students
have taken his examinations and
are astonished and pleased at the
accuracy with which he describes
character and the helpful advice
which always accompanies his
delineations.
FDer the remainder of his stay
Dr". Windsor will give a special
examination to students de crib-
ing the e ding tale t the prin-
.ipal fail in the cha aonter. the
vh >ice of .occupation a d sugg-tst-
id.4 for improving healti; f-r one
dollar. Do not miss th s oppor-
Lunity to obtain a reliable Delin-
eadion of Character.

SIZE

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work
it shoo

t in th
rrive a
on. It
heads,"

rew Sorority at Washington.
E, WASH., Jan. 17.-The
ae line of sororities is soon
at the University of Wash-
is "The Royal Order of
to be composed solely of
red girls of the university.
NT
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anese and English university gradu-.7
ates seem to predominate in the ranks
of the revolutionists, and such brilliant
men as Wu Ting Fang, ex-ambassador
to the United States, are now active-
ly engaged in the revolutionary move-
ment.

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Alumnus Appointed to Good Position.
Norman G. Ray, '11 , has recently
been appointed deputy city engineer
of Niagara Falls, N. Y. Mr. Ray had
formerly been in the employ of the
engineer of that city as draftsman.
Seat sale for "The Magistrate" now
gomg on at the Whitney. 86

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CLASSIFIED ADS.
Advertisiug matter for this
classified column must always
be paid for in advance, and may
be left at the DAILY offiee op.
posite the Majestic between the
hours of -12 noon and 10 p. i.,
or at Quarry's Drug Store, N.
University and State, at any
time up to 9:30 p. m.
These Ads bring Results.

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Our Great A
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to be had Anywhere.
Ne acknowledge no
ty in every instance.

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217 So. Main

UNIVERSITY CALENDAR
Jan. 18.-Union membership dinner at
the Union.
Jan. 19.-Junior Lit dinner at the Un-
ion.
Jan. 19.-Northwestern-Michigan de-
bate.
Jan. I9.-Morning, Woodrow Wilson at
Whitney Theater.
Jan. 20.-Comedy Club in "The Mag-
istrate," Whitney Theater.
Jan. 20.-Senior Lit Dance, 2:00 p. m
Barbour gymnasium.
Jan. 20.-Architectural Society dance,
Packard Dancing Academy 8:30 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.--"Water Filtration" W. W. De-
berard, west physic lecture room at
8. Illustrated.
Jan. 23.-"Le Roman Feuilleton," M.
Louis Delamarre, Sarah Caswell An-
gell Hall, 8 p. in.
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 Ceceilla Ray:
Berry, School of Music.
Jan. 25.-Shakespearean recital "The
Merchant of Venice," 8:00 p. m., Sar-
ah Caswell Angell Hall.
Jan. 28.-"The Responsibility of the
State" Newberry Hall, 3:00 p. m.
Jan. 29.-Semester examinations be-
gin in all the departments.

FOR RENT.
For Rent-Single and double room.
Comfortable and cheap. Phone Bell
366. 78-79-80
F41 SALE
For Sale-A first class $50.00 suit for
$12.00 spot cash. Goldman Bros.,
State street. 80-81-82-83
For Sale-A live advertising medium
for cash. Address "B" care of Mich-
igan Daily. 79-80
For Sale-A slightly used large size
Mahogany upright Piano. Standard
make. Price and terms very reason-
able. Address "G" care this paper.
79-80-81-82-83
LOST
Lost-Large size, red, flexible covered
note book containing C. E. notes, etc
Very valuable to owner. Reward. C
R. Martin, '12 , 503 E. Huron. 80
Awakened Katneses Souvenir Scores
and Sheet Music for sale at Schaeber-
le & Son's, 110 S. Main St. 63 tf
Hockey players will find a splendid
assortment of sticks at Wahr's Uni-
versity Bookstore. 71 to 80
Good Music
for parties and dances will be furnish-
ed on call by Bates' Orchestra. Phone
1050-J.
77 tf
Patronize the new print shop, Davis
and Ohlinger, Job Printers, 109 E.
Washington Street. Bell Phone; 432-J.
18 eod tf
Seat sale for "The Magistrate" now
going on at the Whitney. 80

Lot 2
Lot 3'

Men's Suits and Overcoats at
Big Reduction
Our Winter Clothing Stock Di% ided in Three

All odd Pants at 20%
Shirts and Underwear at a Reduction

Lot 1 Suits.anti 4

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I Cater To Clubs and
Frats

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amp

J HOP IOUSE PARTIES
Have Your Printing Done at
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215 SOUTH MAIN STREET
PROGRAVIS, INVITATIONS, rlENUS, ETC.

Buy where you can get a - ng you call for
Goodyear's Drug Store
107 Seluth Main Street
The Largest Stock in the State to select From
WE ARE NEVER UNDERSOLD

In a One Act Farce Comedy
Turelly Photopi
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;ht Top Coat to the medium wei ht dressy coat,
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