$3.00 FLANNEL SHIRTS $1.85
All Suits and Overcoats for the
nce of the month at 25 per cent
iction. This includes all blues
blacks, in fact every suit and
coat of our famous Stein-Bloch
Why? Because the line of sizes is
broken, just a few left.
TINKER & CO.
Cor. STATE and
Mackinaws, All Fur and Fur Lined Glo
All Fleece Lined Gloves, All Stiff
and Soft iHats(Steso
Lin d cnschlmidtt,
Apfel & Company
WARM AT NIGHT?
nd comforters, now at reduced
vill make you comfortable.
U NEED THEM NOW
Pinney & Co.
The Store Where a Dollar Does Its Duty
Elect Professor Roth Vice-President.
Prof. Filbert Roth, head of the for-
estry department, was elected one of
the vice-presidents of the American
Forestry association, along with Mr.
Gifford Pinchot, Oscar W. Underwood
and others at a recent meeting of the
association in Washington, D. C.
Cloud Obscures New Comet Delavan.
The cloudy weather of the last few
weeks has caused astronomers to lose
track of the Comet Delavan, recently
discovered by P. T. Delavan, '13.i Its
orbit as computed by Prof. R. H. Cur-
tiss brings the comet between the
earth and the moon.
Two Days Only JANI 19-20
Man. and Tues. H Pree
DANIEL FROHMAN Presents
Bath Robes and Smoking Jackets
We prepared this Great Sale with the sole intention of ma
it the most and the greatest value giving event of its kii
Reule, Conlin & Fieg
Visit the Newest and
DRY GOODS STORE
124 South Main Street
All interested in hockey meet Mr.
Rowe in the Trophy room of Water-
man gymnasium at 5:30 o'clock Mon-
The Gargoyle staff will have its pie-
ture taken at Randell and Pack's stu-
dio at 12:15, tomorrow afternoon,
Special meeting of the Dixie club
will be held at 4:30 o'clock, this after-
noon, at the Union.
The student council will have its
picture taken at Randall and Pack's
studio, at 12:10 o'clock, Tuesday.
IItTSW AM) DRAMA
cords and chains
ed and duplicated. Bring in the broken pieces.
Fine Watch and Jewelry repairing
r Jewelry Co.5
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* * * * *
There are no women in the universi-
ty, according to a late report of the
committee in charge of the point sys-
tem, who have more than ten points
of credit for activities outside of col-
lege work. . Lists have been compiled
of those women who have less than
three points, and from these will be
selected any other wonmeii who are
needed to help in campus work.
At a board meeting this inorning
the women's league decided to follow'
the decision of the Drama league in
regard to its endorsement of the Com-
edy club play, "The Scarecrow. It
is possible that the league will sell
tickets for the play during the week
CAMPWS IN BRIEF
-The selected freshnian enginieer glee
a class dinner to be given at 5:30
o'clock February 12, at the Union.
-The Blue number of the Gargoyle,,
to appear January 21, is in the hands
of the printers.
--About 20 student directories, which
constitute the unsold number of those
sent to Ypsilanti, have been placed on
sale at the State street book stores.
-An all night test was held last night
by the university wireless station of
the University of North Dakota at
Grand Forks. The test was made for
research work, such as determining
the effciency of the transmission un-
der various weather conditions.
-More than 100 new books were ad-
ded to the university library during
the period between December 12 and
January 15, many of which are in
French or German. One of the new
additions is "African Camp Fires," by
Stewart Edward White, '95.
-A new set of pictures in thje Meister-
bilder des 19ten. jahrhunderts series,
have been placed in the library hall
-The date for the annual spring party
of the Barristers, Vulcans and Druids
!has been set for March 6 at the Mich-
igan Union. The dance will be form-
-fraternity, class, and club contracts
for space in the 1914 Michiganensian
must be paid for before February 1,
according to the announcement made
today by the editors of the year book.
It is preferred that these contracts
be paid before the examinations as
early payment will .expedite the work
on the annual. All copy from the
classes and clubs is desired as soon as
Star Athlete Announces Engagement,
David Allerdice, '10E, of Indianapo-
lis, Ind., has announced his engage-
ment to Miss Webber, of Dallas, Tex-
as. The marriage will take place about
February 15. Texas University has
signed Allerdice as coach for another
two years. As captain of the Varsity
football team, "Dave" achieved con-
siderable fame, by playing part of the
Pennsylvania contest in 1908, with a
broken collar bone.
When in college, Allerdice was a
member of Delta Upsilon fraternity,
and Triangle, Vulcans, and Michi-
Two members of 1912 Class Marry.
Joseph G. Black, '10-'12L, and
Kreimhild Georg, '12, were married in
Ann Arbor, New Year's day. They
are to live in Council Bluffs, Iowa,
where the groom teaches oratory in
the Central High School. When in col-
lege Black was a Varsity debater, and
a member of Delta Sigma Rho and
(Continued from page 2.)
Bach's for two violins. .Mr. Albert
Lockwood, who appeared in public for
the first time this year, at the facul-
ty concert, Wednesday night, will also
be heard, contributing Liszt's "Tod-
The program will be closed by Mo-
zart's scintillating Overture to "Figa-
William Hodge and his delightful
"Road to Happiness," which he opened
in Detroit last season, and which has
just finished a wonderful run of 22
weeks in Chicago, will be the attrac-
tion at the Garrick theatre, Detroit,
for the current week. In the company
supporting Mr. Hodge are Miss Ger-
trude Hitz, in the role of the wrongly-
accused step-daughter; Miss Reeva
Greenwood, as the sweetheart of the
hero, and Scott Cooper as Benjamin
Hardeastle, the village magnate.
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-Saturday afternoon at Barbour
gym, diamond stick pin. Finder
p~lease call 904-i. Reward. 81
Lost-Small oval locket containing a
woman's picture and lock of hair.
Finder please call 105. 81-2-3
Found-Girl losing left shoe at Gran-
ger's Friday will get information
concerning it by calling 411. 81
Wanted-A limited number of capable
men for summer work. See Mr.
Terpening at the Allenel Hotel be-
fore Saturday night. Office hours
from 3:00 to 6:00 p. m. and from
7:00 to 9:00 p. m. 81
An overpowering, ingenious
marine mystery with
"L AUR A SAWYER"5
PRICES FOR THIS ENGAGEMENT
Matinees 5c and 10c
Evenings 10 and 15c
Best shoe shine, hat cleaning and
blocking next to Wagner's. tf
Genuine Martin Guitars and Mando-
lins sold at Schaeberle & Son's Music
25 per cent off on all Suits and Over-
coats. Lindenschmidt, Apfel & Co.
Attend our January Clothing Sale.
Lindenschmidt, Apfel & Co. 71-76
RED TAG SALE
All Clothing at one~fourth off.
ALLEN'S OOD CLOTHES STORE
Math tutoring. H. C. Carver, 1335
Geddes. 1280-J. 80-81
Polish your floors with Old English
Floor Wax. Major & Co. eod
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Dolph, Funeral
Directors, best equipment in the city.
Satisfaction guaranteed. Phone 98. tt
Are you going to paper, paint or do
any kind of decorating? If so we can
do the work at once. Major & Co.
Powdered dancing wax, just what
you want. Major & Co. eod-Sun
We set glass. Major & Co. eod-Sun
All 8 by 10 flashlight group pictures
25 cents each, when ten or more are
taken. Hoppe. tf
Flashlight pictures that have won
a reputation-Quality and promptness
are whatcount. Hoppe. tf
For Rent-One front down -stairs
suite. Hot and cold water. Two
blocks from campus..Price very rea-
sonable. Phone 885-J. 77-79-81
University School of Music
Albert A. Stanley, Director
tlaynard Street, Ann Arbor, Mich.
A School of Music which offers courses in all branches of music
Students may take regular courses leading to graduation, or they m
take such subjects as they desire, without reference to graduation.
If you are interested in studying some branch of music, please call
the office and get a copy of the school catalogue which gives full infor
ation. CHARLES A. SINK, Seeretary
A SALE OF AALL-WOOL SWEATER:
STUDENTS wearing glasses or
feeling the need of them 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,
made without loss of time or inconven-
ience of having muscles paralyzed by
E. H. Arnold, optometrist with Arnold
& Co , is 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
To make room for our Spring Woolens
A Discount of 25 per Cent on All Suits
and Overcoats will be given the next ten days.
Sea Window for Prices.
117 East Liberty Str
4 06 DETROIT STR
The Link between College ar
on State Street
We Serve Hot Lu
All We 1(1w
of is the BE
V-NECK OR SHAWL
MARKED FOR CLEARANCE
$3.75, $5 and $7.50 values
$2.81, $3,75, $6,29
Take your soiled garments to the
Freshman. He "cleans" them. 1112
So. Univ. Ave., Phone 1530-. 60
Let me convert your old Pump or Shoes ir
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 fi
WHY NOT YOU?
Grinnell Bros. Make Pianos
The sweetest tone in the World
The greatest entertainers ever
known. Sheet Music, Small Instru-
120-122 E. Liberty Street
WM. P. PURFIELD
119 East Liberty St.