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JANUARY
CLOTHING SALE

25
Off

II

GET

IN ON

THIS

January Cleani

$3.00 FLANNEL SHIRTS $1.85

All Suits and Overcoats

for the

$2.50
$1.50

$1.85
.95

OF

"t

balance of the month at 25 per cent
reduction. This includes all blues
and blacks, in fact every suit and

Suits, Overco
and Trousers

Why? Because the line oftsizes is
broken, just a few left.

of

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our famous Stein-Bloch

TINKER & CO. Cor. STATE and
WILLIAM STREETS

Mackinaws, All Fur and Fur Li
All Fleece Lined Gloves, Al
and Soft Hats (tet.)

in d dllscliidtt,
Pfe1 & Company

25%
Of I

4' AMIt'S IN BRIEF.

E N.EW YEAR
JUST A WEEK OLD
me to start right by trading with us.
HOSIERY OUR SPECIALTY
Dry Goods and Sundries of all kit ds
S. Pinney & Co.
t. The Store Where a Dollar Does Its Duty

ied

Visit the Newest and
Up-to-Date
DRY GOODS STORE
Royal Worcester
AND
Bolt-Ton Corsets
OUR LEADERS
Schroer Bros.,
Phone 1000
124 South Main Street
Opera Glasses
Telescopes

--Final selection of a fresh lit glee
club was again postponed yesterday
afternoon, on account of a lack of first
t:ors. Another tryout will be held
at 5:30 o'clcck this afternoon in room.
13, school of music.
--Dean Victor C. Vaughan, of the mned-
ical department, will deliver a 1l arvey
lecture inNew York Satudray. This is
one of six lectures given annualily on
the circulation of the blood by some
of the most prominent doctors in the
country.
-Prof. I. L. Slaifma gave a report
of the recent convention of the inter-
collegiate Menorah association in New
York, at the meeting of the local chap-
ter in Newberry hall Sunday night.
Officers for the second semester were
elected as follows: president, S. Ros-
enstein; vice-president, J. Levin; sec-
retary, C. Weinberg; treasurer, J. .1.
Barkowitz; board of directors, B. Rob-
inson, C. C. Goldman, N. H. Goldstick,
H. Rabinowitz, and J. Flegman,
-Dr. Thonmas Nicholson, of New York
City, will deliver the next lecture on
the Wesleyan Guild series at the Meth-
odist church at 7:30 o'clock Sunday
night. His subject will be, "The Schol-
ar as a National Asset." Dr. Nichol-
son is ex-president of the Dakota Wes-
leyan seminary, and general secretary
of the board of education of the Meth-
odist church. He has lectured for sev-
eral years on educational and relig-
ious subjects.
--Delegates who attended the Student
Volunteer convention in Kansas City
during the holidays, will meet for sup-.
per in Newberry hall at 5:30 o'clock
tonight. Plans for an aggressive fa-
nancial campaign among the students
are to be discussed.
-Members of the Cosmopolitan club,
who expect to make the trip to De-
troit to attend the banquet given in
their honor by the Adcraft club, are
requested to communicate with Wil-
liam Welsh at 1779 or 2415-L at once.
A program, to be presented by mem-
bers at the function, will be arranged
as soon as the personnel is complete.
-Professor Robert T. Crane, of the
political science department, who was
taken seriously ill shortly before the
Christmas vacation is rapidly improv-

gold life membership buttons w\ill be
given to participating life members
upon the payment of the first install-
ment. According to the present sys-
tern, the button is not given out until
the membership has been fully paid,
It is thought that the proposed plan
may serve as an inducement for more
undergraduates to start such member-
ships.
-The m !embership dance at the tn-
ion Saturday night will be in charge of
the following committee: C. il. Wat-
tIes, '14, chairman, 1-. G. Allerton, '14,
H. . Rice, '15, and 0. 0. Leiniger,
'16D. Tickets will go on sale at 5:00
o'lock toworrow afternoon at the Un-
ion desk.
-i-Memorial services for Miss Mary A.
Ulrich, '11, were held in the high
:chool yesterday morning. Miss Ul-
rich died last Thursday after a short
illness. For the last three years she'
haid been a member of the history fac-
ulty of the Ann Arbor high school.
INVONVENIENCE IS CA USED)
BY TAR )Y CREDIT COU PONS
Officials of the literary department
a tre experiencing -nolittle troubletas
a 3result of the failure of many of the
students to mail in the coupons on
which they are to be given their cred-
its for the semester. Up to the present
time but a comparatively small num-
ber have complied with the regula-
tions.
Seniors, who failed to verify their
credits within the time limit allowed
by the department, have found that it
is now impossible to compare their
records with those in the registrar's
office.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES.

/1

S TUDENTS wearing glasses or
feeling the need of thema will
be pleased to know that Ann 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,
niade without loss of time or inconven-
ience of having muscles paralyzed by
drugs.
E. H. Artold, optometrist with Arnold
& Co , is a recognized leader in advanced
optometrical work. His complete office
equipment conibined 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

All We
of is tihe

III

Bath Robes and Smoking Jackets
We prepared this Great Sale with the sole intention of
it the most and the greatest value giving event of it
Waslite&aw County
Reule, Conlin & Fie

ROWE'S I
406 DE TROI

The Link between College
TUTTL

on State
Serve E1

(We

30

We
h

Max Krutsch
Varsity Tailor

To snake room for our Spring Woolens
A Discount of 25 per Cent on All Sul
and Overcoats will be given the next ten days.

Lorgnettes
Stic-Tite Mountings
Shur-On Mountings

See Window for Prices.

117 Eas

rds and chains

Goggles Monocles
atched and duplicated. Bring in the broken pieces.
Fine Watch and Jewelry repairing
Hailer Jewelry Co.
itoste St. Phone 534

Rehearsal of third and fourth acts
of "Scarecrow" at 7:00 o'clock tonight,
Cercle Francais rooms.
Chess and Checkers club meets at
the Union at 8:00 o'clock tonight.
Senior pharmics will meet in room
303, chemistry building, at 1:190
o'clock.
Band rehearsal 7:00 o'clock sharp.
Please bring racks.

T.

Pass .theRest, Try the Best
Fresh home-made candles, crackerjack
and fountain drinks at

SHOE REPA
FIRST CLASS SHOE
JOHN H. LAMI
613 EAST WILL
OlfIcial Shoe Doctor to
Football Teai

IMAC'S

613 E. LibertyI

- ,

MUSIC AND DRAMA.

There are a hundred or
more varieties beckoning
to you from every smoke
shop but there is only one
that is
"Distinctively Indkidual
the purest and best of to-
baccos -delightful flavor
-mild and satisfying!
Your college chum.

ing.
-All members of the Deutscher Ver-
ein are urged to attend an important
meeeting to be held in the Verein
room at 8:00 o'clock Friday night.
-Karl Guthe, '14, chairman of the
Union employment bureau, reports
that there are still many more appli-
cants for jobs than there are places
to fill. It is not likely that many po-
sitions will be offered before the be-
ginning of the second semester, at
which time many should be available,
because of vacancies caused by men
leaving college.
-For the first time since its organi-
zation, the Ann Arbor branch of the
American Institute of Electrical Engi-
neers has a room. Business of the
societey will be transacted in room
271 of the new engineering building.
-Soph engineers will dine at the Un-
ion Wednesday, January 21. The price
of admission will 25 cents, it havings
been decided to draw upon the class
treasury to make up the deficiency.
Tickets will go on sale tomorrow, and
may be purchased from members ofI
the social committee.
-If the action of the board of direct-
ors of the Union is favorable, the newc

Earl Moore Resumes Recitals.
The resumption of Earl V. Moore's
twilight organ recitals took place in
Hill auditorium yesterday before a
large audience. That this increases
in size at each succeeding concert is
positive proof of Mr. Moore's popu-
larity in Ann Arbor.
The first part of the program was
uneven. Certain portions of the open-
ing Sonata and all of Parker's "Alle-
gretto" were played delightfully, but
it was not until his own "Reverie at
Twilight," that Mr. Moore reached his
best. A second hearing of this com-
position emphasizes its charm, partic-
ularly a singing quality that runs
through the entire piece. A surging
processional march closed the recital.
During the first week of examina-
tions, on January 26, 27, 29, and 30,
twilight recitals will be given at 5:00
o'clock, to last for half an hour.
Faculty to Give Concert.
The January faculty concert will
take place in the high school audito-
rium at 8:00 o'clock tonight, instead
of Thursday as is customary. The
change of date was made on account of

the Helen Keller lecture in Hill au-
ditorium Thursday night.
Ann Arbor music lovers and patrons
Of the faculty concerts, in particular,
will be pleased to learn that Mr. Al-
bert Lockwood will make his first
appearance of the present school year
on this occasion. The popular artist
will appear in two groups of piano
numbers. Mr. Howland will contrib-
ute two interesting vocal groups, while
a trio for two violins and viola by Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel P. Lockwood, and Mr.
A. J. Whitmire should prove attract-

ing it will be to your advan
interview Mr. Smithson, 43
nard. 1663-L.
For Sale Cheap-Smith Premei
writer No. 2, in good order,
Lyndon.
Best shoe shine, hat cleani
blocking next to Wagner's.
CLOTHING
RED TAG SALE
All Clothing at one-fourth
AILEN S GOn r~muc

ave. s O D UM LUI
Main Stre
For Rent-One front down stairs
suite. Hot and cold water. Two Genuine Martin Guita
blocks from campus. Price very rea- lins sold at Schaeberle
sonable. Phone 885-J. 77-79-81 House.

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Wanted-Rooms in same house, near
campus, for four girls. Call 593-3.
77
Wanted-What will you do with your
vacation? If you are self-support-

Why pay more when
the same board for 3,.7
311 Thompson St.
Polish your floors with
Floor Wax. Major & Co.

Grinnell Bros. own PIanoS

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iore ?cthas sold in this country than any o er cigarette!

Thesweetest tone In the Vorld
Victrolas
The greatest entertainers ever
known. Sheet Music, Small Instru-
ments, etc.
120-122 E. Liberty Street
Phone 1707

Let me convent your old Pump or Shoes
T AN G OE.I-
with my Special rubber sole.
Ladies-50c and 75c per pair.
Mens-75c and $1.00 per pair.
I have pleased hundreds with it this
WHY NOT YOU
WM. P. PURFIELD
119 East Liberty St.

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