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Bath Robes and Smoking Jackets one-t
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All Furnishings one-fifth off
Shirts, Ties, Mackinaws, Underwear, Cloves, Caps
Pi gree Made
119 S. Main Street
sits and Overcoats $22.50
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20 per cent
Shirts $1.60; $1.50
cent discount on Mackinaws
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Michigan Trios Will BIeet Teams From
Chicago and Northwesterni
NE61A'TIVE MEN ON ROME STAGE
The annual triangular debate be-
tween Michigan, Chicago and North-
western will take place Friday night,
one Michigan team meeting Northwest-
ern in University Hall, and the other
journeying to Chicago.
The members of the two teams which
were selected in the inter-society de-
bates held earlier in the season, have
been arranged to speak in the follow-
ing order: Home team-Lyman S.
Hulbert, '14L, Karl J. Mohr, '15, L D.
David, '14L; foreign team-Sylvan S.
Grosner, '14L, Werner W. Schroeder,
'14, S. Witting, '15.
Daily rehearsals under the super-
vision of Ray K. Immel, instructor in
oratory, have been held in University
hall and the oratory room since Jan-
uary 1. Mr. Immel expressed himself
as well satisfied with the debaters, be-
lieving them fully the equal, if not the
peers, of those who defeated both Chi-
cago and Northwestern last year.
The question to be debated is: Re-
solved: "That the state should estab-
lish a schedule of minimum wage for
unskilled labor; constitutionality con-
ceded." Michigan will take the nega-
tive side against Northwestern, and
the affirmative against Chicago.
G ENER AL W l0) D POSTPO)NES
LECTURE ON SUJMMERCAMS
Maj.-Gen. Leonard Wood, U.S.A., will
not address the student body this
week on the establishment of a sum-
mer military camp in Michigan for
students. A telegram to President
Harry B. Hutchins yesterday, states
that illness in the family will prevent
the general from keeping his engage-
ment. He says that he will come the
s last week of this month or the first
week in February.
No fortIHuron Conert, Says Council
No concert will be given by the
combined university mandolin and
glee clubs in Port Huron this year.
This ultimatum was given by the Sen-
ate council at its meeting last night.
The council let it be known that when
permission was granted for the exten-
sive western trip, it was understood
that no other dates were to be asked
for, and the former agreement could
not be broken.
Girl May Box Student.
One of the interesting events in con-
nection with the engagements of
Roehn's Athletic Girls at the Majestic
theater this week will be an extra at-
traction, date to be announced later,
in the way of an exhibition of boxing
between Miss Edna Roehn, who ap-
pears in the act and some well-known
local boxer in the featherweight class.
Manager Lane will select some one
from the student body to appear in ;
this friendly contest which will be giv-;
en as an extra feature after the reg-
ular act of the girls. Positive an-
nouncement regarding the date of the
contest and all details concerning it
will appear in the Wednesday issue of
The Michigan Daily.
Grinnell Bros. a
Vice-President of Chinese University
Is Speaker at Banquet of
CIH' TO VISIT GRAND RAPIDS
That Michigan is doing a great ser-
vice to mankind by educating the sons
and daughters of no less than 26 for-
eign countries, was the keynote of the
speech by Dr. Harry E. King, '91, vice-
president of the Pekin University, Pe-
kin, China, and principal speaker at
the annual banquet of the Cosmopoli-
tpn club last night at the Union.
Pres. Harry B. Hutchins and Regent
JuniusE."Heat represented the univer-
sity. Mr. Lee H. Bierce, assistant sec-
retary of the Grand Rapids chamber of
commerce, spoke in behalf of the com-
mercial secretaries of the different cit-
ies throughout the state, who are pres-
ent at the affairs and extended a for-
mal invitation to the club to visit the
city of Grand Rapids during spring
vacation as guests of the chamber of
John A. Bonilla, '15M, president of
the local club, and C. P. Wang, '14,
president of the Chinese Students'
club, also spoke.
President-Emeritus James B. Angell
was not able to be present on account
of the weather, but sent his greetings
to the gathering, and affixed his signa-
ture to all the programs. Prof. James
P. Bird of the engineering department
officiated as toastmaster.
William James, '15D, Kenneth Wes-
terman, '14, Selden Dickinson, '13-'15L,
Henry Rummel, '14, Lee Parker, '17,
and Walter Fort '17, furnished the mu-
Henderson to Help Organize Alumni
Prof. William D. Henderson is to
speak in Marquette, Mich., on the ev-
ening of April 10 at the organization
banquet of the Michigan Alumni asso-
ciation which Ann Arbor graduates are
intending to launch on that evening.
Professor Henderson will be the offi-
cial representative of the university
at the meeting.
Wantetd-You will need work next
summer. Mr. Smithson, 432 Maynard
has the livest propostion on the
campus. Kindly investigate at once.
For Sale Cheap-Smith Premeier type-
writer No. 2, in good order. A. S.
Lost-Pocketbook containing twenty
ood dollars and personal card, on
Liberty or State streets. Finder ap-
ply at 621 E. Williams. 76
Lost-Fresh law, loose-leaf, black
leather note-book. Owner's name on
inside cover. Finder pleaseatele-
phone 236, J. R. Nicholson. 76
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New term of dancing Tuesday
ary 12), and Thursday January
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