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off on mackinaws and raincoats
off on all odd trousering
off on all overcoatings in stock
off on all suitings
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New Dress Suits for Rent.
Cut on Made-to-meas-
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WHAT $15, $18 AND $20 WILL BUY
)r Men and Women at a
The Sugdar Bowl
We have the best assortment of
Chocols.ts end BoS Bone
All kinds of faenoy Ice Creams for Partles
Try our Frult Snafdae. after the Theatre
-All senior lits interested in the type
of cane to be chosen by the cane com-
mittee are asked to inspect a tentative
selection of six sticks this morning in
University hal. The committee will
be on hand to answer all questions
concerning the canes, and to register
the individual preference of class
numbers upon which the final selec-
tion will be based.
-More than a hundred persons attend-
ed the "Dental Dansant," given at
Granger's last evening, by the faculty
and students of the dental department.
The hall was appropriately decorated
for the occasion, and a large electric
"D" blazed forth from one end of the
hall. The affair was a novel one in
many respects. A quartette of dental
students rendered special songs. There
was also a grand march, and later a
dance with flowers as favors. It is the
intention of those connected with the
dental school, to make these parties
an annual function.
-Registrar A. G. hall has sent out a
report to the members .of the lit fac-
ulty, showing the percentage of A's,
B's and C's 'given by the faculty last
year. The report shows that there can
be no such a thing as a normal stand-
ard of grades and Registrar Hall states
that B is the first grade mark, an A
being given for proficiency in a stu-
-John C. Peterson, '13, former wrest-
ler and football man, now joint-own-
er of the Lemars, Iowa, Globe Post,
was married to Miss Ella Glasglow of
Sioux City, Friday, at the bride's home.
Peterson won his R in 1912. Besides
winning the campus wrestling cham-
pionship and serving as one of Doc.
George E. May's assistants. ,
--Alpha Nu elected the following offi-
cers for the coming semester at its
meeting last night: L, Sprague, '14,1
president; Samuel Whitting, '15, vice-
president; M. C. Briggs, '14, secretary;
Walter E. Rankin, '16, treasurer; 1.
B. Teegarden, '17, Sybil editor; D.
Rosenthal, '16, music master.
-President Harry B. Hutchins will
attend the monster alumni meeting in
New York City January 29. Deans M.
E. Cooley and H. M. Bates will also
be present. The dinner is to be held
at the Hotel Astor. Programs sent
out promise a fund of entertainment
for "Michigan and New York."
-William B. Jensen, '16, was elected
president of the Grand Rapids club at
its meeting last night. The combined
orice or secretary-treasurer was filled
by the election of Frances T. Russell,
'15. A vote of thanks was given Ralph
Conger, '14, retiring president. There
were 75 members in attendance.
Myers and Muckley Lead Tournament
Meyers and Muckley were high men,
with 12,980 points, in last night's play-
ing in the Union bridge tournament.
McIntyre and Corwin were second
with 12,110 points, and Paterson and
Clement third with 11,270 points. Mey-
ers and Muckley are now leading the
African Riots do not Affect Students
Rioting in South Africa will not af-
fect any of the students at Michigan
who hail from the continent. W. S.
James, '15D, whose family is now in
Capetown, near the center of the
strike zone, declared last night that
the uprising will be confined to Johan-
nesburg, the mining district. "Public
opinion is opposed to the strikers and
their methods," said James, the whole
trouble is simply an echo of the strike
occurred last July, when the govern-
ment, through its weakness, was ob-
liged to yield to all the demands of the
strikers. With the sound footing
of the government, the riot could be
RECENT FIGHT MAKES HEAVY
(Continued from page 1.)
cided on the basis of popularity and
fitness for office.
The election will be in charge of the
board of directors of the athletic as-
sociation, and the directors will see
that all regulations adopted by the
board are lived up to. The results of
the election will be announced at the
annual meeting of the athletic associa-
tion which is called for 3:00 o'clock
this afternoon in University Hall.
"'sNnd'JAN. 19 - 20
TUESDAY JA 19a0
MATINEE DAILY -+ - 3:00
NIGHT SHOWS - 8:15
NEW PROGRAM ENTIRELY
JOHN J. McGRAW
(Mgr. New York Giants)
Comic Opera. 2 acts, 4 parts
SEYMOUR, DEMPSEY and SEYMOUR
Kings of ragtime playing and singing
and an all star feature program
NIGHTS: Adults 25c, Children15ce
MATS: Adults15 c, Children-loc
220 Chapin Sreet
Choice cut flowers andP
G A R RI
Direct from tli
AHR'S SHOE STORES
We have just received a shipment of the
original Tango Pump, rubber sole and
heel, for Ladies and Cents. :: :: :: ::
(Continued from page 1.)
reforms in the present conditions of
rushing, pledging and initiation, es-
pecially; (a) that a provision be made
for a minimum number of credits to be
earned before becoming eligible to
membership, (b) that no man be pledg-
ed that belonged to a prep school fra-
ternity that existed in violation of the
rules of the institution, where it was
located, (c) that rules less stringent
than those now in force at the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin would not meet
the present needs of either the clubs
or the university, (3) adoption of such
measures as will protect the good
name of the different houses and of
The Inter-Fraternity Conference has
had this matter under consideration
since last March, when the Reportof
the Committee on House-clubs was
first adopted and published by the Uni-
versity Senate, but delay due to the
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The Place Where Things Ta
" Pop" Bancroft Cor. Mc
THE STATE SAVINGS BANK
Surplus and Profits, $100,000.00
Capital Stock $50,000,000
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Wil. Arnold Wis. J. Booth C John Woir Jr
dice-Pres. President Cashier
grade in each course constituting the
same. (4) The failure of any pledged
man to fulfill the above requirements
for initiation within two semesters of
his being pledged to any fraternity,
shall render such pledge null and
DIRECT METHOD SMASHES RING
We also have Rubber Sole
High Shoes in Black and Tan
(Continued from page 1.)
vote only' on the men who are put up
This maze of indirectness is absurd.
And we maintain that asking for the
right of direct election of the mem-
bers of the board in control is not a
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CAMPUS IN BRIEF
rry G. Hayes, instructor
lics,, has accepted the Universi-'
Minnesota's offer to fill the chair
nomics during Professor E. V.
on's leave of absence next year.
ayes will be promoted to an in-
rship at Minnesota, when Pro-
Robinson returns, at a salary
cent larger than he is now re-
David Friday of the economics
nent spoke on the high railway
n in Michigan at the Michigan
rference in Kalamazoo Friday.,
. Filibert Roth, dean of the For-
.epartment, will talk at the Un-
iday afternoon on the Conserva-
)ngress which met in Washing-
ently. He will take up chiefly,
blem of forest preservation that
oncerns the American people.
oth is a recognized authority on
y. Several musical numbers
o be arranged for the program.
lits will hold a smoker at the
Union Monday night. L. L. Bryson, of
the rhetoric faculty will speak. Short
talks will also be given by L. V. Bybee,'
W. E. Rankin, and C. H. Ross. Music
will be furnished by E. B. McKinley,
'16. Tickets are now on sale, and may
be purchased from members of the so-
cial committee, at 25 cents.
-A. E. Bing, law special, was worried
yesterday as to the safety of his fam-
ily who reside in Elkins, W. Va., only
forty miles from the scene of the re-)
cent flood in that section, but later re-
ports have assured him of their safe-
-More than 60 couples attended the
"soiree dansant," given by fresh engi- i
neers at the Union last night. Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Moriarty and Mr. and Mrs.'
F. H. Stevens chaperoned the party.
-The Forestry club will hold a smok-.
er next Wednesday evening in room
407 new 'engineering building. The
time and place for the annual dance
and the annual club banquet will be'
set at a business meeting immediately'
preceding the smoker.
unwieldiness of the body has prevent- glad hand method of displaying dem- SATURDAY
ed any definite action from being tak- ocratic sentimentality. Unless this
en. Two meetings have already been method of indirect elections to the N AI
held this year, but quibbling over the board of control is taken out of the
minor matters in a proposed constitu- hands of a small body, and the gen-
tion has again deferred results, eral student body given some right to Coming
Tentative regulations, -comprising say who shall represent their opinions, A11 Star
the following reforms will be submit- and that their opinions shall betrepre-
ted to the body if the matter of adopt- rented, the students will cease to take
ing a new constitution can ever be any interest in the association affairs.
disposed of. (1) No matriculate or This talk about the necessity of hav- other business o
freshman shall be pledged to any fra- ing "experts" serve on the board of Our appeal is
ternity at a date prior to the four- directors is absurd. Any man who tation. Under
teenth day preceding the opening day would be selected by a nominating there will be
of the first semester of each college board as a candidate for the board in "rings." Each y
year. (2) No pledged man shall room control, would have enough brains to made according
in the house of the fraternity to which go into that body,, and, after a care- dent opinion at -
he is pledged. (3) No student shall ful study, be in a position to repre- es in the meanti
be initiated into any fraternity, unless sent the student viewpoint wisely and elected who fav
such student has received 11 hours sanely. At any rate, it is so in every There's nothing
credit in one semester, of at least "C" other campus office and so in every
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