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Candies

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Our Annual Janu

lack rubber soles.
oper dress shoe
Tango.
new lot of tanr
-oles. Prices from

We have all the Eastman Ko-
daks from the Brownies for
"Kids" up to the "Specials"
for experts.
See the new Kodak,, case
that is being advertised in the
magazines-$r 5oo.
We have it. Come in and
look it over.

Every lady friend likes can-
dies and she appreciates them
more if they are
WHITMAN'S.
Come in and get a "Fussy
Package at $i.oo up. Also
special assortments for old
folks. We deliver free up to
150 miles.

Clothing Sale

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Bath Robes and Smoking Jackets

Calkins' Pharmacy
324 South State Street

All F'rnishingsone-ffth f

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Shirts, Ties, Mackinaws, Underwear, Cloves, Caps

Store

CA1'US 7!IN BIEF.

119 S. Main Street

COAT SALE

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$22.50
$18.75
$16.50
$15.00
$13.50
$11.25

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. 20 per cent discount

$1.50

Shirts

$1.20

on Mackinaws

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Street

CO.

A. MARQUARDT

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Suits Cleaned and Pressed
and repaired
Cor. Main and Huron--Over Farmer's
and Mechanic's Bank.

NOTICE
e our telephone service we
a two phone system which
us to change our present
1550 to 2280.

-The next number of the (A'rgoyle, to
appear January 21, will be called the
Blue number, and has for its avowed
purpose the banishment of the azure
emotions characteristic of the exam
period.
--Three Hindu students will be regis-
tered in the medical department as
soon as the second semester begins.
They came to Ann Arbor from Bengal
as a result of the campaign conducted
to boost Michigan in India by Para-
menda Das, '12P, who is lecturing
throughout that country upon the ad-
vantage of Michigan for Hindoo stu-
dents.
-Professor J. A. Allen will speak be.
fore the Knife and Fork club in South
Bend, Ind., January 20, on "Can Amer-
Scans Do Business in Turkey?" The
club is composed of 400 of the leading
business and professional men of
South Bend.
-The appointment committee has re-
ceived practically all of the photo-
graphs required of the students who
have enrolled with the committee. The
few students who have not handed in
their pictures are requested to do so
at once.
-The campaign by the Michigan Un-
ion to procure newspapers from vari-
ous parts of the country is beginning
to show results, subscriptions having
been. obtained from six cities from
which there are several students in
the university. The Union expects to
receive many more subscriptions, giv-
ing students from a distance an oppor-
tunity to read their home papers.
-Tickets for the weekly Michigan Un-
Ion dance will go on sale at the Union
desk at 5:00 o'clock this afternoon.
The following committee will have
charge of the party: Maurice R. Loh-
man, '15M, chairman, H. M. Easley,
'16, S. A. Oppenheimer, '15E, and
George S. Johnston, '15.
-Life membership buttons have been
received at the Union, and distributed
to all of the life members who have
paid the full membership amount. The
participating life members will re-
ceive the buttons after their last pay-
ment. The button is solid gold, de
signed like the regular "M" button for
the current year.
-Alpha Nu has postponed its regular
meeting from Friday to Saturday night
this week when nominations for offi-
cers will be taken. Following this,
Prof. Ivan Packard, of Albion college
will address the sooieof s
-The post graduate class of the For-
estry department met yesterday and
organized for the first time. W. W.
Weber was chosen president and F. L.
Richards, secretary and treasurer.
There are 21 in the class.
-Dean Mortimer E. Cooley addressed
",he Western Engineering society in
Chicago last night. His subject was
'The Engineer in Relation to the Pub-
lic and Public Utilities." He will speak
at luncheon this noon before the Chi-
cago Engineer's club.
-The university hospital laundry is
temporarily out of commission, be-
cause of a fire of unknown origin on
the night of December 31. Although
the exact figures of the loss are not
obtainable, the damage is placed at
several hundred dollars. A large
amount of clothing was consumed in
the blaze.
-Dr. Reuben Peterson of the univer-
sity hospital staff will deliver a pub-
lic lecture in Lansing today on "How
Grinnell Bros. *A,
The sweete'
Vic
The grea

known. Shee
lments, etc..
120-122 E.
Ph1

the Small Hospital Can Best Serve the
Community." Friday night Dr. Peter-
son will address a number of physi-
cians of Lansing. He will return to
Ann Arbor on Saturday morning.
-The usual Friday night Loungers
will be continued at the Union, as be-
fore vacation. The bridge tournament
which has been the feature of the Fri-
day night affairs for the past month
will begin, where it ended before va-
cation.
-Senior canes are likely to appear
upon the campus at any time now.
The engineers were given their first
opportunity of getting them yesterday
when they were distributed to as many
as possible.
MANY MEMBERS OF FACULTY
ATTEND VACATION MEETINGS
Several Are Honored by Election or
Appointment to Important
Positions.
Nearly two score of University of
Michigan professors and instructors
attended various educational meetings
and conventions throughout the coun-
try during the Christmas holidays, and
at two of the meetings Ann Arbor men
were honored by election or appoint-
ment to important positions.
Prof. S. P. Tatlock, of the English
department, was chosen one of the
three vice-presidents of the Modern
Language Association of America at its
convention held at Harvard Universi-
ty at Cambridge. This association has
a membership of nearly 1,200 men
Eleven Michigan professors attended
this convention and the meetings of
allied associations.
Professors Cross and Van Tyne
were named to important commit-
tees. of the American Historical asso-
ciation at its convention held in
Charleston during the holidays. Three
Michigan professors were present at
this convention.
A dozen faculty men from Ann Ar-
bor were present in Chicago at the
semi-annual meeting of the division
session of mathematicians while sev-
eral were present at the session of
the American Association for the Ad-
vancement of Science, held at Atlanta.
OH YOU NAUGHTY BURGLAR!
Iit he Chi Omega Meibers Had Left
Nothing But Coal to Steal
"Oooo-ooo-oo-o! A man has been
in my room," she shrieked.
"And one in mine, and mine, and
mine," chorused her sorority sisters.
Such was the new year's greeting that
was meted out to each of the Chi Ome-
ga members as they returned to occu-
py their home on East University ave-
nue, Monday night.
Some one, envious probably because
of non-attendance at the last recep-
tion, or thinking it good sport, the
house being empty, ransacked every
room in the residence, hung skirts on
the chandeliers, pulled the furniture
from its accustomed places, and even
went to the cellar to hunt for swag.
All they took from the lower regions
was black diamonds, in fact quite a
bit of the coal is missing.
There was no jewelry in the house
so little of value was taken, most of
the invader's time being spent in mak-
ing a well ordered home look like a
parcels post office during the Christ-
mas rush.
e Pianos _,

GAS

COOKPi

302 S. STA'

For Fraternity and Club He

gym Supp
Towels
Wash Clo
hard Wa
Castile So
Pro=Athle
Supporte
SUGDEN DRUt

Increases Cleanliness and Efficiency. Telephone
Representative to call and give you expert advice for your Kitche
ment.

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Washtenaw Gas Cc

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Fresh Laws we need your help. Re-
member the football season. 71
EXTRA COPIES OF THIS MORN-
ING'S DAILY CAN BE BOUGhT AT
THE DAILY OFFICE. 71
If you must employ your' summer
vacation to financial advantage to as-
sure your return to college next fall
see Mr. Smithson, 432 Maynard, 1663-.
L. 72
Make the Fresh Law Inaugural the

You are no Fresh Law
support your class. It need
Genuine Martin Guitars
lins sold at Schaeberle &
House.
Have that dining room de
fore Christmas. Major & C
Call her up on the pho
her to the Fresh Law dam

ar

SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR

)or Taxicab Co.
N. Plain Street

best dance of the year.

71'

i a at the Crest
rh New Pi1 ce .
:: Candy Light Lunches
We make our own candy
in St. Near Liberty

Polish your floors with Old English
Floor Wax. Major & Co. eod

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eman

today for
72{

Room and board four weeks $18 for
two men. Pleasant room, furnace
heat, electric light, with good home
board. 1522 Geddes Ave. 71-73
CLOTHING
RED TAG SALE
All clothing at one fourth off.
ALLEN'S COOT CLOTHES STORE
-Maiin Street
25 per cent off on all Suits and Over-
coats. Lindenschmidt, Apfel & Co.
71-76
Attend our January Clothing Sale.
Lindenschmidt, Apfel & Co. 71-76
Fresh Law, $1.50 will give you and
that girl some party. 72

Fresh Football Men Must Take Gym
Members of the Al-Fresh football
squad have been notified that they
must arrange at once with Doctor
May for regular gymnasium work. Dr.
May states that all men who fail to
comply with this request will be barr-
ed from further athletic competition.
YOU WILL WANT SEVERAL COP.
IES OF THE ANGELL SOUVENIR
MIICIGAN't DAILY. BUY EXTRA
COPIES AT THE DAILY OFFICE ON
)fAYNARD. OPPOSITE THE1 MA-
JESTIC. 71
G e r m a n conversation I e s-
sons at moderate prices. Saturday
mornings in University Hall. Phone
903-J. Fraulein Elizabeth C. Roth.
72-73-75
Have you bought your ticket for the
Fresh Law inaugural yet? 72

CLOTHING
RED TAG SALE
All Clothing at one-fourth off.
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOThES STORE
Main Street
Drop him a hint about that Fresh
Law inaugural, fair one. 72
Best shoe shine, hat cleaning and
blocking next to Wagner's. tf
Any of your clothes need repairing
or altering?. That's our specialty. C.
I. Kidd, 1112 S. University, 1530-J. tf
Buy Lyndon's new hand coloredl
Christmas postal cards with: Ann Ar-
bor views at the Delta, Brown's Book
Store, Mack Drug Co., Foster Art
Store, I. F. Schleede, Quarry Drug,
Store, Sheehan's Book Store, Huston
Bros., Schleede's Student Supply]
Store, 12 for 25 cents. eod
Meet the Fresh Laws at Granger's
Friday night and forget trouble. 721
Board $4.00. Try our home made
ice-cream, jellies and preserves. Mrs.
McCain, 614 Monroe. 71-73
First class Jewish board at Hertz-
bergs. 412 Camden Pl. Phone 1272.
71-73'

For Sale-Three good gyn
suits for girls. Call at 426
son before noon.
Lost-Loose leaf note book i
474 Chemistry building.
please call 1153-J. Reward.
Lost-On Friday before vacati
note-book, size 3% x 7, co:
notes of Economics 15 and 1
13. Finder please return I
office.
Lost--Ladies gold watch, pin
Finder please call 1700-L.
Wan-ted-Sleigh Ride Partle
first class outfits. Inquire Mi
as at Ferry Field. Phone Va

For Rent-Single front room,
floor, steam heat, electric
large clothes press. Well fu:
Sanitary cot. Good bathroc
N. State.
For Rent-Two suites, well
newly furnished. Prices m
417 E. Washington. 455-L.
For Rent-Two single rooms, -
nished. Steam heat. Hot a
water in each room. 614 Mc

-at tone in the World

trolas

test entertainers ever
et Music, Small Instri-
Liberty Street
hone 1707

For Rent-Two suites
402 Observatory St.
Mrs. Mary T.'Schan
Schank enert niann

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