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Suits, Overcoats'
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MUSIC A1:ND DRSAMA.

E NEW YEAR
JUST A WEEK OLD
me to start right by trading with us.
HOSIERY OUR SPECIALTY
Dry Goofs and Sundries of all kiz.ds
S. Pinney & coo
t. The Store Where a Dollar Doers If Dty

Garrick Tbeatre.
II This week's attraction at the Gar-
rick theatre, Detroit, will be the latest
Winter Garden production, entitled
-"The Pleasure Seekers." In a cast
w «hich Contains many prominent play-
ers, Dorothy Jordan, Florence Moore,
and William Montgomery stand out
conspicuously. A feature of the per-
formanice will be an ice skating car-
nival, for which. several noted foreign
:artists have been engaged. As is gen-
erally the case with the Winter Gar-
den productions the chorus is unusu-
ally attractive.
VNIIVERSITY NOTICES

T emPle
heater
THE COZY PLACE FOR
A WINTER EVENING
Monday, Jan3 12th

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Maekinaws, All Fur and Fur Lined GI
All Fleece Lined Gloves, All Stiff
and Soft flats (stetson
Bath Robes and Smoking Jackets
We prepared this Great Sale with the sole intention of n
it the most and the greatest value giving event of its i
WVashtenaw County.

Reule, Conlin &

EDISON .FEATURE
FILM

AIRS ?

Michtgnn's
'ln

Rest, Try the Best
o-made candies, crackerjack
i0 fouptaln iIxInk at

Visit the Newest and
Up-to-Date
DRY' GOODS STOlE
Royal Worcester
AND
Bon-Ton Corsets
OUR LEADER{
Schrocu Bros.
p~Q~e too#
124 South Main' Stireot

rLOO
ry
Suey
ican Dishes.
Phone 1244-L

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AND JEWELRY, REPAIRING

Spoons

The senior women's section of the
Deutscher Veroin will meet tomorow
evening at 7!00 o'clopli.
The Michian Menorah. society will
meet this evening at 7i ,30 o'clock in
Newberry hall to elect officers, The
report of the Intercollegiate conven-
tion will be presented at this time.
CAMPUS IN BRIEF.
--Prof. H. P. TChieme, of the French
department, who is absent on leave,
is working in the National Library in
Paris on the subject of Frenclj versi-
ficatipn. Pr.gf. Thtcme will Vern~in
abroad until the beginning of the next
college year.
-Xemliers of the Co5nMepol}tai iub
will Jpufney down to Detroit .Ianua-
ry 22 to attpnd toe cornplirnentary ban-
quet of the Aderaft clb. A progp'am
will be prepared by the lpcgl delega-
About 30 have signified their. 1ftefitigx
to go. Those who iish 0t @the
journey pwve r-quesed to notify Wil-
lip m Wol~b at 179 or 2415-L at once.
-The weekly membership dance at
the Union last night was attended by
100 couples the number to which t4,
attendance is limited. Prqf.. Jesse S.
Reeves, and M.. Reeves and Prof.
Camp~l P U9er and Mrs. Bonn,-
W+ re the chaperones.
-- Prof. earl (74t Vq4ean of the
va4d~zt(A deptartment, was elected
i$i;e-president of the National Amner
ica~ Pk sisal society a~t t* annual
coliventipl helA i4 Atlanta, Georgia,
Sdu,g thIe Ghristmas holidays.
- dearth of first tenors and seesd
M~asses made the final selection of the
freh lit glee club impossible yester-
da! afternoon. Further tryouts will
be geld Tuesday at 5:30 o'clock at the
sclol of. music,
-D~H. I.CumDmings of the IUniver-
sity )ealth service reports that he has
disecered a case of whooping, cough
amore the students. He says, howev-
er, tkt there is no cause to fear a
generl epidemic.
-1,109 C. Douglass secretary of the
Y. M"'. A. at the University 'of Illi-
nois, A~l be the speaker at the Union
Guild {rvices to be, Yield in the Con-
gregat> al church at 7:45 o'clock to-
day. '

"A SOOD

STUDENTS wearing glasses or
Sfeeling the need of them will
be pleased to know thatAnn Arbor
has a modern optical shop where
services of an expert optometrist
and optician can be had.
Advanced methods of Optometry, fit-
ting glasses without drugs, appeals to all
who demand accurate eye examinations,
made without loss of time or inconven-
ience of having muscles paralyzed by
drugs.
R. H. Arnold, optometrist with Arnold
Ca Cos a recognized leader in advanced
optometrical work. His complete office
'equipment combined with shop facilities
to grind lenses, together with years of
experience as refractionist and optician,
make his Optical System the logical
place to buy glasses.
Arnold Optical System
220 South Main Street

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Hailer Jewelry Co.
306 state St.

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We Serve Hot

LIAM E.DIETERLE
RMERLY THEEVARSI'TV TAXER 0F O I&PP
Dunce that he has opened atailoriibgestlislime~tPt llp ,ost.4
94 WEST FORT STREET

With a ComPlete" Line of
BRITISH AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS
al attention given to my College trade,. The s,
Better Satisfaction and Better Workmanship.
DIETERLE-VARSITY'

SF.N\IOR~S IDVfAY 1)IAN S FOR
-1jA1(NG UPI?1914 YINAR 110OK.
Rut X74 Out of 1700 Pletulres Have ]Been
11,ied bln-February 1i Set,
as Limit.
Thtts ter Quly FAbout 275 pictures
havo 4001,1tgl en for the 1914 M1'ichigan-
ensian. whi1le approximately 700 yet
remain to be taken before Fells;'uary
16; after which date no ptvdur es will
be accepted except b.,#secial permis-
sion from tlm uuiaglng editor. Ao
extra f( tt 5 cents will be caged
by the Nfichiganensian f, rrn ajfing
cuts of pictures t~ after Febru-
ary 1.
t~ad~af and Pack, G. Maedel, and
F'. Rentschler are the photographers
who have contracted for the senior
pictures.
Two hundred forty pages of the
ye ar-book, including material pertain-
ing to fraternities, sororities, and all
house clubs, were taken to the, print-
ers, Ihling Brothers & Everard, of
Kalamazoo, Mich., last Friday, by man-
aging editor Robert Stu rtevant.
Former Students Die During Holidays.
Amelia E. McSweeney '91, succumb-
ed to an attack of heart trouble in
Ann Arbor during the holidays. She
had served at Detroit Eastern High
School in the capacity of grade prin-.:
cipal for a number of years.
.Philip Blum, '96L, died at his home,
on South Division street from Bright's
disease. Mr. Blum served at one time
as county clerk.
Stagg Predicts _Michigan's Return
Alonzo A. Stagg, the University of
Chicago coach, who was attending the
INa tional Race Betterment conference
jat Battle Creek, came across with some1
rather interesting information pertain-
ing to the conference question.
"As long as Michigan continues to
win in the East, she will be satisfied,"
said Stagg, "but when the inevitable
slump comes, as it did in 1907, Micb-
igan will seek the old western oppon-
ents. Losing to Harvard will not pwrove
ePianos

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appealing to the students, who really
decide such questions."
Stagg's whole attitude seined to f a-
vor a resumption of athletic relations
between Michigan and the Conference
teams.
".Michigan belongs to the west," he
said and then expressed the opinion
that Chicago could still hand the Wol-th sml en of he cr.
Prof. Denison's Sister Sues for $7,500
Alice Chase Denison, sister to Prof.
Charles Denison, of the engineering
department, who died last summer, is.
suing the Employer's Liability Assur-
ance Co., in St. Louis, for '$7,500, al-
leging that her brother died of the
heat, and that she is therefore enti-
tled to the amount of his policy as the
nearest living relative.

) .C. Adams, 112V, to -Marry
Dr. D. Carter Adams, '12M,
ry Miss Helen Brooks, of DE
January 21, at the home of tI
parents in that city. Sine(
college Dr. Adams has beenl
in the Harper Hospital of DE
* #* #* k* d* o* * S
*OF INTEREST TO W031
Miss Margaret Matthews+
national secretary for Japan,i
to this country to attend th
City convention, will speakt
sity women in Newberry hal
o'clock this afternoon. Al
are invited to meet Mi
thews at a tea to be held frci
4:30 o'clock, immediately
her talk.

Max Krutsch
I - Varsity Tailor
To make room for our Spring Woolens
isonof2pe Ceto Aland Overcoats will be given the next ten da,

samne prices.
TAILOR

t Mallf
t Flonwers
Ferns for Decorating

Schianderor & Seyfried

Cercle to Hear of H~indoo Customs Sonme
"A trip, to India" will be the subject LYN DOI
of a lecture'by Mr. P. E. Bursley of the
French department, before the Cerclej Powd4
Francais Tuesday afternoon at 5:00 you wan
,o'clock In Tappan hall In his talk, --
Mr.. Bursley. will give his impressions Wanted-
of the city of Rangoon, in Burma, of dents
Trichinopoly in South India,. and of men,c
the temple of Sri Rungan, near the tiOn.
latter city. 1663-1

things are dear at ai
':red dancing wax, ju
at. , Major & Co. E
-A few self support
to join experienced
on a fine proposition:I
Mr. Smithson, 432 l'
L.

Phone 115

A Full Line- of " M"1 Goods

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University School of Music
Albert A. Stanley, Diregtor
flaynard Street, Ann Arbor, MOc.
A School of Music which offers courses in all branches of music of
highest standards.
Students may take regular courses leading to graduation, or they may
take such subjects as they desire, without reference to graduation.
If you are interested in studying somte branch of music, please call at
the office and get a copy-of the school catalogue-which gives full inform-
ation. CHARLES A. SINK, Seetetary.

Lattime '12E, Marries Miss Lenfesty
Miss ladys Lenfesty, '15, and 'Irv-
ing E. attimer, '12E, surprised their
many fends in the university Friday
mornin:. when they were married at
the hoi, of the bride in Mount Clemn-
ens. litimer was leader of the Man-
dolin qb last year. After a short
honeyrn the couple will make their
home f. Chicago,,
own
Griinell Bros. Mk

The sweetest tone In the World

Let me convert your old Pump or Shoes ii
TAN OE
with my Special. rubber soles
Ladies-50c and 75c per pair.
Mens=75c and $1.00 per pair.
I have pleased hundreds with it this U
WHY NOT YOU?
WM. . PURFIELD
119 East Liberty St.

Victrolas

Wvhen a roan cannot command a Lyndon's Flash lights cost ma~re than
reasonable price for his goods-there's some others per print, but compare
something wrong--either with the them. Rates on groups when 20 or
goods or the man or both. Lyndon. tf more are ordered. Lyndon. tf

The" greatest entertainers ever
known. Sheet Music, Small Instru-
ments, etc.
120122 E. Liberty 'Street
Phone 1707,

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