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Having existed for these many
weeks in anticipation of a suffragette
uprising and still retaining an un-
punctured cuticle we are inclining
to the conviction that somebody hung
something on the industrious but gul-
lible repertorial person who frequents
the haunts of the university woman-
hood in the interests of truth and
light, and who wandered into the sanc-
tum with tidings that a suffrage league
or something with an equally formid-
ible intonation had its being in our
midst.
The valued Post tells us of court'
etiquette in Council Grove, Kas., where
attorneys remove their shoes in court.
Our Dilley is of Council Grove, and
an attorney. Well-.
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Our notion of the vainest man is he
who, being newly presented with a
numeral cap in these frigid times, per-
sists in adorning himself with the
same instanter, pausing not for
the spring that is to come.

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UNIVERSITY .NOTICES

CHESS CLUB RESUMES ITS
MATCH WITH CHICAGOANS
Play in the correspondence chess
match with Chicago has been resumed.
The games with Colgate University
Chess Club are well under way. The
moves are posted on the bulletin board
in University hall. Every chess play-
er in the student body is eligible to en-
ter the tournament of the Chess Club
which will begin about March first.
* CLASSIFIED ADS. *
STUDENTS YOU CAN MAKE $$$$$$
selling our goods during spare time,
vacations, etc., Household necessity.
Saving 80 per cent. Ready seller. Big
profits. Exclusive territory. Free
Sample. Write for terms. C. H. Stuart
& Co., 75 Stuart Bldg., Newark, N. Y.
82 tf
FOR RENT.
For Rent-Two desirable rooms suit-
able for office purposes facing South
State Street; equipped with with
water and electricity. Address XY?
Michigan Daily. 91-2-3
For Rent-Two elegantly furnished
furnished suites, electricity, gas and
steam heat. 528 Packard or phone
1666-J. .. 91-95
For Rent-Very desirable front suite
and single room, excellent location,
electric lights, all modern conven-
iences. Price very reasonable. Call
Bell phone 1594-L. 91
LOST
Lost-Nose glasses in a Dr. Meyer's
case, on campus near law building.
Finder please leave in care Michi-
gan Daily. - 91-92
Lost-A bar pin with a Theta Delta
Chi coat of arms upon it and mark-
ed J Hop 1913 on back. Return to
701 S. Ingalls or phone 1444-J. 91
Lost-Between South and East Uni-
versity on Church or College, a Wat-
erman No. 12 fountain pen with clip
on barrel. Rturn to Edna Thuner,
909 E. Washington. 91
Lost-Chi Psi badge, crown set pearls.
Liberal reward. Return to M. H.
, Parsons, Chi Psi lodge. 91 tf
Lost-Friday night a the Majes c, a
gold belt pin of red stone abou# two
inches in diameter. Reward. Call
Chapple, 494 L., 1-92
WANTED.
Wanted-Stenographer to take posi-
tion outside of city. Call Kemp,
1505. 91-92
Wanted-Physician desiring an exclu-
sive practice within twenty miles of
Ann Arbor paying $1,000 yearly.
- Write to C. M. Smith, 320 E. Liberty.
91-93-95-97-99-101
Wanted-Cash paid for cast-off cloth-
ing and shoes.- Send postal to Rob-
. inson, 417 So.,Division. Phone 1128-
91 tf

UNIVERSITY

Feb. 15.-Senior Law dinner
Union.
Feb. 15.-Faculty Concert,High
Hall.
Feb. 16.-Josef Lhevinne, pianis
versity hall, 8 o'clock.
Feb. 16.-Architectural Society
at the Union.
Feb. 17.-Basketball-Detroit E
vs. A. A. H. S. at high schoo
2:30 p. m.
Feb. 17.-Senior Lit dance. B,
gym, 2-5:30.
Feb. 18.-Pres. Albert Parker Fi
Andover Seminary, Newberry
3 p.m.
Feb. 19.-Senior Dent dinner
Union.
Feb. 20.-"Pierre Lote" by M.
Talamon on Crecle Francais 1
course, Tappan Hall, 5 p. m.
Feb. 20.-Senior Engineer dine
the Union.
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Meeting of all independents attend-
ing J Hop Thursday night. Import-
ant.
Sophomore girls of the Deutscher
Verein meet at 7 tonight in the Verein
rooms.
Junior lit basketball practice tonight
at 7:30 in Waterman gym. Be in suits'
at that time.
Senior lits report for basketball
practice tonight at Waterman gym. Be
in suits at 7:30, to take courts. Will
practeie until 8.
COSMOPOLITAN CLUB ADVOCATES
SIGNING OF FOREIGN TREATIES.
A petition to the committee on for-
eign relations of the United States
Senate asking for the adoption of the
pending treaties with Great Britain
and France without amendments is
being circulated under the auspices of
the cosmopolitan club of the Univer-
sity. It was received by Professor J.
S. Reeves, of the political science de-
partment, from the Intercollegiate
Peace Association of the United States.
The signing of he petition is not con-
fined to students alone and faculty
members may sign. All those inter-
ested in the petition should call up
President Welsh of the cosmopolitan
club.
Buy your Shop Tools at D. A. Kil-
lins' State Street Hardware. 91-2-3
All makes of safety razor blades re-
sharpened at D. A. Killins' State Street
Hardware. 91-2-3
Ball-Pene Hammers, Calipers,Ri'les,
etc., D. A. Killins' State Street Hard-
ware. 91-2-3

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Best Strings and supplies for all
Musical Instruments. Schaeberle &
Son Music House, 110 S. Main St. 87 tf
Beginning February 11, 1912, the
Chubb House will sell tickets good for
four weeks' board for $15.00. 91-3-4

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.chigan Pins, Fobs and Fraternity
welry. Big Ben alarms $2.50 Arnold
alarms $1.00
our Patronage is Well Cared for Here
Iusc ibonse
Across from Majestic

LET 'EW FREEZE
Schumacher's Hardware will furnish you with a pair of
Skates, and you can skate. Peck & Snyder Skate s
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Play for You

Full Dress Ascessories
We carry a complete line of the latestDesigns in
NECKWEAR, MUFFLERS, GLOVES, VESTS and SHIRTS
For Formal Wear
TINKER & COMPANY
Furnishers and Hatters to University Men Cor. S. State St.

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"When good
gether" there's
for Fatima Ciga
With each package of Fatima yo
coup~on, 23Pof which secure a!
college penn~ant (12 or32) selec

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