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Druna Shaving Lotion I

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Men's black rubber soles.
The proper dress shoe
for the Tango.
Also=a new lot of tan
rubber soles. Prices from
$4.00 up to $6.00.
Gilmore Shoe Store

A delightful application for use af-
ter shaving. Heals and toughens
the skin and prevents chapping
and soreness.

Our Annual Janu
Clothing Sale
Suits and Overcoats one-fourth
Bath Robes and Smoking Jackets one-I

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Calkins' Pharmacy,
324 South State Street

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All Furnishings one-fifth off

Shirts, Ties, Mackinaws, Underwear, Cloves, Capseand

Made

119 S. Main Street

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IT AND OVERCOAT SALE

"RE POLITE TO CHAPERONES"
RE QUESTS UNION OF DANCERS
"Make a special effort to treat the
chaperones courteously. Greet them
when you arrive and bid them good-!
night when you leave. Try to give them1
an enjoyable evening. They are act-
ing not as social proctors, but as hosts
and hostesses, in order that you may
better enjoy yourselves."
These instructions to prospective
tangoists are issued by the Michigan
Union for its dance tonight, with the
additional request that all suggestions
of the committeemen be complied
with.
The chaperones are Prof. J. A. C.
Hildner and Mrs. Hildner; Mr. and
Mrs. M. C. Wier. The committee in
charge is: C. P. Wattles, '14, chairman,
Hugh Allerton, '14, H. R. Rice, '15, and
0. 0. Leininger, '161).

Dean J. R. Effinger, not a single stu-
dent has been dismissed from school
because of scholastic failure.
Among the officials of the depart-
ment it is believed that the increase in
the number of withdrawals is partly
due to the fact that under the new
rules of the university it is possible
to obtain a partial refund of fees for
a long'er period than has formerly
been the case.In previous years stu-
dents have been induced to remain in
college throughout at least a semester
because of the fact that otherwise their
fees would be totally lost.

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

CAMPUS IN BRIEF

JEWE L RY
Extensive Stock at
Reasonable Prices
Skilled and Trustworthy
Watch Repairing
OPTICAL SUPPLIES
Michigan Pins, Fobs,
Bars and Spoons
J. Be EIBLER
108 West Liberty Street
Across from Mack's Side Entrance

STATE ACENTS FOR

PURE DRI
PRESCRIPTION
CURATE LY Fi I

)dd Pants . . 20 per cent discount
2.00 Shirts $1.60; $1.50 Shirts $1.20
5 per cent discount on Mackinaws

DHAMS
121-123 South Main Street

CO.

Gen. Wood to Explain Military Camp.
Major-General Leonard Wood is ex-
pected to address the student body in
University Hall next week. The day
has not been set yet. He will describe
the summer camp for students which
is to be located near Ludington, on
the eastern coast of Lake Michigan.
The camp, under the supervision of
regular army officers, will offer a five
weeks course in military training. The
theoretical principles of tactics, in-
cluding advance and rear guards, pa-
trols, outposts, and combat will be
studied and explained in a series of in-
formal talks, tactical walks, and war
games conducted in conjunction with
regular troops.,

'S MODERN REPAIR SHOP
The Shop on the way
down town.
East Washington Street
ARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK
01-103-105 South Main Street
Capital, $100,000
and Profits, . . . $69,000
EMa llustrated ltds
cribing a new
IR MiEN""'
treatmeut foral
razor blades, making one blade
lifetime and be better than when
based. Sent on receipt of25c in coin.
IDE WOLFE, Howard City, Mich.

A. MARQUARDT

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Suits Cleaned and Pressed
and repaired
or. Main and Huron---Oyer Farmer's
and Mechanic's Bank.

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The Crack .ofthe Gym
is the man who repeats.
One feat of agility and strength is not z test of en-
durance---the fellow who can repeat an exhibition
of speed, prowess and s.strength day after day is the
man who scores.

Band Refuses Details of Petition
Mr. S. J. Hoexter, faculty manager
of the Varsity band, conferred Thurs-
dey with Secretary Smith regarding
a petition for funds which is to be
submitted to the board of regents at
their next meeting. No definite in-
formation regarding the details of the
petition were made public.
It is planned, however, to give a
band dance in the Barbour gymnasium
on February 19, and a band concert in
the new Hill auditorium on March 31.
The money raised at these two func-
tions will be used, in financing the
band trip to Cambridge next fall.
Fresh Gym Classes to Learn Boxing
Beginning with the second semester,
all the regular gymnasium classes
meeting in Waterman gym will be giv-
en instruction in boxing. The calis-
thenic exercises and apparatus work
will of course be continued, but in ad-
dition, the fundamentals of boxing are
to be taught.
It is hoped by those in charge, that,
in this way, enough men will become
interested in the sport to warrant the
hiring of an instructor of boxing. The
question of hiring such an instructor
has been agitated before but each time
the small number of men interested
1 has made this seem impracticable.

-A combined sleigh-ride and dance
will be given by the members of the
Deutscher Verein in the first week of
the new semester. The decision was
made at a general meeting of the so-
ciety last night. Irwin Hartung, '14,
rendered several selections of reading
in German. Miss Mildred Nuechter-
lein, '15,. gave several dramatic read-
ings; while Reuben Peterson, '14, re-
cited some humorous poems. The Ver-
ein male quartet consisting of Peter-
son, Hartung, Carl Guthe, '14, and
George Johnston, '15, sang some Ger-
man songs.
-Westminster Guild will meet at the
Westminster house at 3:30 o'clock to-
day. Delegates from the Kansas City
convention are to report.
--Dr. C. A. Burrett of the homeopath-
ic hospital staff left last night for Sag-
inaw, Michigan, where he will attend
an executive meeting of the Michigan
State Homeopathic Medical Society.
-Harry G. Gault, '15, has been ap-
pointed one of the assistants to the
master of costumes, on the Union op-
era committee, to take the place of
John Bruce, '16L, who will not be able
to serve.
-Those interested in Miss Helen Kel-
ler's works will find two of her books
in the university library, "The Story
of My Iife," and "The Song of the
Stone Wall."
-Dean V. C. Vaughan will deliver a
Harvey lecture in New York City to-
day on, "The Phenoma of Infection."
The Temple Theatre, Saturday af-
ternoon will feature the Blue Front
Students' Orchestra, under the man-
agement of C.H. Davis. Director-Hag-
erman, '15L; Pianist-Liese, '16E; Vi-
olin-Klein, '16; Violin-Strong, '14D;
Cornet-Kennington, '16L; Tympain-
ist-Boucher, '15; Saxaphone-Ald-
rich, '17E; Musesse-Tupper, '14L.
25c Beef Steak Dinner at Painter's
Restaurant No. 2, 709 N. University,
Sunday 18th, 11:00 a. m. to 2:00 p. m.
Sirloin Steak instead of Music. Fried
Chicken Dinner, 35c. White" Waiters.
Quick Service. 80

For Fraternity and Club

Increases Cleanliness and Efficiency. Telephone f
Representative to call and give you expert advice for your Kitchen
went.

SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR

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Washtenaw Gas Con

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Ann Arbor Taxicab Co.
New Number is

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MEDICIN]
V HAVE AFRESH
SUGDEN DRUI
302 S. STATE 51

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SHREDDED

Service Guaranteed Parties a Specia
300 N. MAIN STREET
Stop at the Cres
The New Plaece
Ice Cream Candy Light Lund
We make our own candy
302 S. Main St. Near Libe
WILLIAM E. DIETERL
FORMERLY THE VARSITY TAILOR OF ANN ARBOR
wishes to announcethat he has opened atailoring establishment in Detr
94 WEST FORT STREET
With a Complete Line of
BRITISH AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS
Special attention given to my College trade. The same p:
with Better Satisfaction and Better Workmanship.
DIETERLE-VARSITY TAIL

W HEAT

Math tutoring.
Geddes. 1280-J.

H. C. Carver, 1335
80-81

gives the athlete and the student the repeat
stamina of brain, bone and brawn---the
ability to "come back" tomorrow and dupli-
cate the achieve-

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minds th
offiife.
THE SHR
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ment of today.
M ore nourish-
ing than meat,
Shredded Wheat
contains all the
tissue - strength-
elements of whole
It builds bodies and
zat win the battles
RIDDED WHEAT CO.
agars Faller, N. Y.

Many Leave College During Semester3
Although no official figures are avail-
able at the present time,administrative
officers of the literary department
have expressed the opinion that a
greater number of students have with-
drawn from the uniirersity this term-
than has ever been the case in any pre-]
vious period.
The reasons for the withdrawals
have been principally those of sickness.
or business. Thus far, according to-
Grinnell Bros.mak.

Lost-A mink muff in the office of the
Health Bureau or in Barbour gym-
nasium Thursday 15, between three
and four in the afternoon. Finder
please notify, Mary Yost, 1789-J.
(1004 Oakland Ave.) 80-81
Lost-Will the person who took the
blue felt hat from the general libra-
ry on January 15 please return it to
the same place? 80
Pianosd

The sweetest tone in the World

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Victrolas

Wanted-A good hustling salesman to
sell household goods. Big money.
Address Box 274, Saginaw, Mich.
79180,
Wanted-A suite or two single rooms
with electric lights, within a half
mile of the Engineering Bldg., for
two students. If satisfactory will
contract for remainder of the school
year; apply in writing only, stating
price and full particulars. D. W.
Pinkerton, 617 Forest. 79-80
Best shoe shine, hat cleaning and
blocking next to Wagner's. tf

Genuine Martin Guitars and
lins sold at Schaeberle & Son'
House.
25 per cent off on all Suits an
coats. Lindenschmidt, Apfel &

The greatest entertainers ever
known. Sheet Music, Small Instru-
ments, etc.
120-122 E. Liberty Street
Phone 1707

Attend our January Cloth
Lindenschmidt, Apfel & Co.
CLOTHING
RED TAG SALE
All Clothing at one-fourt

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