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Supplies

AMATUER FINISHING

on mackinaws and raincoats

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off on all odd trousering
off on all overcoatings in
off on all suitings

stock

ONLY FEW LITERARY SENIORS UNION HAS ISSUED SOUVENIR
CHECK RECORDS OF CREDITS INFORMATION AND SONiG BOOK
According to an announcement made Souvenir books to the number of
yesterday by Registrar Arthur G. Hall, 10,000 are being printed by the Mich-
seniors in the literary department will igan Union, to be distributed among
the alumni throughout the United
be given no further opportunity to te The boo ti several
"m'etko"h c <Ut 0drSa t aes. The books contain several
checkup theircredits with the depart- ,popular Michigan songs, similar to
ment officials. The time limit for such*
those printed in the "M" song books,
checking expired on December 19 with------------------------.. -

Wed. January 14
A Notable Dramatie Event, The
New York and London
success
Asi
13 utterfly,

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TUESOY Jan.12-:
Matinee Daily 3:00 P. M.
Nighs 8:15 P. M.
Z I G-Z A G JOURNE

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These prices are strictly cash

011

J, KARL MALCOLM
New Dress Suits for Rent.

:NAVE ARRIVED

BLACK RUBBER SOLE

TANGO PUMPS
50 - - - Bostonian Make

SUS

BOOTERY

Opposite Hustons'

The Sugmr Bowl
Confectionery
We have the best assortment of
Chocolaes and Boa Bons
All kinda of f..ay Ice Crearna for Partea
Try our Fruit S3undaes after the Theatre

the closing of school for the holidays.
In spite of the general publicity which
was given to the matter, but 150 out
of the 500 seniors enrolled in the de-
partment took advantage of the oppor-
tunity to examine the department rec-
ords as to the number of hours credit
which they had earned.
NEW RULE CAUSE OF FEWER
CHRISTMAS DELINQUENCIES
According to officials of the literary
department, the new rules governing
bolts and absences from classes imme-
diately preceding and following the
annual Christmas holidays, resulted
this year in an unusually small num-
ber of delinquencies. While no sta-
tistics are as yet available, it is believ-
ed that the number this year is small-
er than every before.
Under the new ruling, the attend-
ance committee of the literary depart-
ment has left the task of dealing with
absentees entirely with Dean J. R.
Effinger. Preceding the holidays Dean
Effinger granted less than ten excuses
for prospective absences and it is be-
lieved that this number will not be
exceeded for absences following the
vacation.
Medical Men Will Address Conference
Dean Victor C. Vaughan and Dr.
Arthur S. Warthin of the medical de-
partment will attend the National Con-
ference for Race Betterment at Battle
Creek this week end, Dean Vaughan
lecturing before it Saturday afternoon
and Dr. Warthin Sunday afternoon.
Dr. Warthin will deliver a lecture to-
night at Dowagiac and two in Niles
Saturday.
Engineers Adopt Get-Acquainted Plan
Fresh engineers at the class as-
sembly yesterday decided to pursue
the policy presented by the fresh lits
asking that freshmen of all depart-
mients greet each other when meeting
or passing on the campus. The use
of the salutation "Howdy frosh" sug-
gested by the ]its did not meet with
general approval, and was not adopt-
ed. Other modes of greeting will be
considered.
I. 1. Huston Sues Telephone Company
Roscoe B. Huston, '02-'04L, has
commenced suit in the circuit court
at Detroit against the Michigan State
Telephone company for alleged slan-
der. Damages of $10,000 are asked for
misrepresentation that took place at
Thanksgiving time in Detroit. Mr.
Huston has no grievance against the
local branch of the company.
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and statistics showing many interest-
ing facts about the Union and its de-
velopment.
The letter from Dr. James B. Angell,
now in the lounging room at the Un-
ion is copied in the pamphlet, as well
as a short message from Dean Henry
M. Bates. Edward Kemp, '12-'14L,
president of the Union last year, and
Selden S. Dickinson, '13-'15L, who is
now president, have also made contri-
butions. The books will be sent to
various alumni centers, to be used at
banquets and other gatherings.
MICHIGAN ALUMNI MEET IN
VARIOUS PARTS OF COUNTRY
Coach Yost and Coach McGuigin of
Vanderbilt, will be the chief speakers
at the organization meeting of the
Michigan alumni in Chattanooga,
Tenn., Friday. President Harry B.
Hutchins will not attend, as he receiv-
ed notification too late to include this
in his schedule. He will be present at
the meeting of the New York alumni
in New York City, January 29; a sim-
ilar meeting in Rochester, January 31;
and a large meeting to be held in
Washington, D. C., February 2. Pres-
ident Hutchins has tentative engage-
ments for the rejuvenation party of
the Pittstburg alumni January 31 and
a monster gathering in Buffalo, Febru-
ary 6.
Death Claims Mother of Two Students
Mrs. M. Donnelly, mother of Cyril
Donnelly, '15L, and Justin Donnelly,
'17M, who died December 30, was bur-
ied last Friday at Napoleon, Ohio, her
former home. Mrs. Donnelly was the
wife of Judge M. Donnelly of the
third judicial district of Ohio.
Cerele Changes Date of Entertainment
Because its plans for a musical and
dramatic evening conflict with the
date for the Choral Union concert,
Cercle Francais has changed the date
of its entertainment formerly sched-
uled for the 23d of this month to the
22nd. The affair will be held in Sarah
Caswell Angell hail at 8:00 o'clock.
January 22.
Major Gen. Wood Speaks Next Week
Major-General Wood, chief of staff
of the U. S. Army, will speak to the
student body next week, in Hill audi-
torium, the day to be announced later.
He will outline the working of the
summer military camps for students,
one of which is to.be conducted in this
state.

NIGHT - - - $1.50, $1.00, 75, 50c, 25c
MATINEE - - - $1.00, 750, 50c, 25c
NEW SYSTEM OF IXARKFN C FOR
LAW DEPARTMENT ANNOUNCED
Notifications of the recent changes
in the marking system in the law de-
partment have been posted on the bul-
letin boards in the law building. The
same system now in use in the literary
department will be used with the ex-
ception that only 18 hours of D work
will be counted toward graduation.
Another departure has been made
in reference to the numbering of blue'
books. Each student will be given a'
seat and blue book number before ex-
amination and the numbers will be
the only means of identifying the re-
spective examination papers.
Receives Call for Two Teachers
A call has been received by the ap-
pointment committee from the Gor-
don Mission College in Rawalpindi,
India, for two instructors. One man
is needed to teach English and mathe-
matics, and the other to teach biolo-
gy. Both men should be unmarried, in
good health, and should have had re-
ligious, social and athletic activities
while in college. The term of ap-
pointment will be three years, and the
salary paid is $600 per year. Travel-
ing expenses will be paid both ways.
Those who are interested are urged
to see the appointment committee at
once.
Law Graduate Starts Practice in West
Raymond S. Taylor, '13L, has re-
cently announced his association in
the general practice of law with the
firm of Schmidt and Riggins, of Los
Angeles, California. Taylor was prom-,
inent In campus activities whilo here
and took a leading part in "Awakened
Rameses," the 1912 Union opera.
Fresh Law Inaugural Jan. 9, with
latest feature dances. 71

TALKS OF TRAVEL
ILLUSTRATED IN
COLORED MOTION PICTURES
Described by
MR. ARTHUR PRICE
The Noted Traveler
MONDAY RICA," from cape
Town to Cairo.
TUESDAY-"SPAIN," from Gibralter
to the Pyrenees.

MAJESI

rhe Play with the
Big Trial Scene
Six Mouths in New York
One Year in London

THURSDAY,
FRIDAY,.
SATURDAY,
TWO SHOWS

THIS

The Wheel

REMEMBER ! Twice
Hundreds of Moving P

PRICES
Down-Stairs, - -
Up-Stairs, - -
Matinees-Adults ,5c;

Best of Musical C
Knute Eric
In His Great Su
The Sem
Girl
ORIGINAL PROI
30-- PEOPL
Regular Majeati
Coming next Mon ,Tue
"ALL GIRL" VAU

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m dimStreet

R'S SHOE STORE
ave just received a shipment of the
ial Tango Pump, rubber sole and
for Ladies and Cents. :: : ::

All

vea upst
both sho

SABR IC K THE
Detroit, Michigan

We also have Rubber Sole
High Shoes in Black and Tan
for Men.

GEO. SCARBOR-
OUGH'S SENSA-
TIONAL DRAMA

"THE I

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UHR'S SHOE STORES
S Main St. 304 S. State St.
Nettleton Shoes for Men

George Bischoff
Florist

220 Chapin Sreet

Phone 809-L

Choice cut flowers and plants.

[ENT OF HOMEOPATHY
OF FIRST RANK

IS

ntinued from page 1.)
a to positions of prominence
meopathic world.
:peland, '89H, formerly pro-
the local homeopathic col-
mayor of Ann Arbor, is now
he New York Homeopathic
allege, of New York City.
e L. Hazard, '83H, is lee-
pediatrics in the Homeopath-
of the University of Iowa,
ity.
hamberlain, '92H, is chief of
ornia state hospital work,
er of the governor's staff.
e L. Hyde, '06H, is head of
ulosis hospital service, Buf-
C. Wood, '79H, is professor
leveland-Pulte Homeopathic
eveland.
*. Myers, '99H, is professor
al college where he received

INTERCOLLEGIATE
(Intercollegiate News Service.) I
EVANSTON, ILL., Jan. 6.-Special-!
Northwestern University basketball
team has a candidate trying for a
berth on the regular five, who is 7 feet'
3 1-2 inches tall. His name Is Alva
Van Dyke, and is a Junior in the law
school. Although he has played but
little, he expects to show enough im-;
provement under the tutelage of Coach
Grady to force his way to the front.
The only question in the minds of the
coaches is whether or not he will be
able "to stand the gaff." His slender
frame may not be able to withstand the
rushes and roughness of his sturdier'
opponents. Van Dyke has been tak-
ing the game seriously, despite the
jests and puns of his friends. The
elongated youth is 21 years old and
comes from Wilmette, Ill.

The Place

EAT AT "'POP'S"
Where Things Taste Like Home

"Pop" Bancroft

Cor. Monroe and Thayer

Have you noticed
the distinguished appearance
a perfect fitting

Secretary Smith Resumes Office Work
Secretary Shirley Smith was at his
office yesterday for the first time since
the fire in the laundry of the universi-
ty hospital, New Year's eve. He
contracted a heavy cold while assist-
ing in putting out the fire. He ex-
pects to be in his office mornings for
the remainder of the week.

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THE STATE SAVINGS BANK" ____ i____s_
Surplus and Profits, $100,000.00 °
Capital Stock $50,000,000 iAberty and Main Streets
ANN ARBOR, MICH. ,
tMW- V---CTt- T- TA most convenient place for your

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Wm. Arnoli wm. j.roothC John woz jr,
Vice-Pres. President Cashier

banking .

Dress Suit

gives one ? This is the only
kind we make.
Our fabrics are the newest.
WAGNBR & CO.
Tailors State Street
All garments made in our own
shop.I

START THE NEW YEAR WITH US

We sell everything a student needs.

Students'

Supply

Store I
Phone 1331-J

1 1 1 1 So. University Ave.

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Slaughter Sale of Men's Suits,
00 suits $19.75 25.00 overcoats
00 and $22.50 suits . $17.25 $20.00 Overcoats
$20.00 overcoats,
00 suits . . . . $15.25 $18.oo overcoats.
$1 6.00 overcoats
a.nd $18 suits _ $13.75 $15.00 overcoats,. ,

Overcoats
$19.50 Onelotof suits-
$17.25 large range of patte
$15.25 slaughter sale
$13.75 Soft and Stiff Hai
$12.50 values Slaughter7
$10.75.I sale prices #

and
Complete assortm
rns go at this

Furnishings
vent in One lotO'coats-Values up
9e75 $g.oo. Slaughter sale price
and $3 All men's shirts, trouse:
$2.19 clothing included in this Sla

to

9.25

ts-$I, P-5o, $2,
c, 87c, $1.59,

rs and boys
aughter Sale.

FOR BARGAINS, INVESTIGATE

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LUTZ CLOTHING STORE fHOME OF HART, SOHAFFNERI & MARX CLOTH
217 South Main Street

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