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Druna Shaving Lotion

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M1en's black rubber soles.
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TVhe proper dress shoe
for the Tango.
Also==a new lot of tan
rubber soles. Prices from
$4 00 up to $6.00.

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-t

FIFTY CENTS

Calkins' Pharmacy
324 South State Street

All Furnishings one-fifth off

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Shirts, Ties, Mackinaws, Underwear, Gloves,

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AT OTHER COLLEGES

119 S. 7ain SIre-t

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Overcoats
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$22.50
$18.75
$1650
$15.00
$13.50
$11.25

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Nintten dares are scheduled dur-
ing Junior Week at Cornell, which be-'
gins with the close of examinations.
About 300 guests will be entertained
at twenty different fraternity houses.
Illinois seniors are considering pre-
senting as a memorial for all the sen-
ior class this year a set of chimes, to
be installed on the campus.
A short course in highway engineer-
ing was begun at Illinois this week.
More than 100 men are enrolled in the
work..
The ninety-fourth anniversary of the
founding of the University of Indiana
was celebrated Tuesday with an elab-
Orat: program,
Elgheering stiudents at Pennsylva-
nia are addressing a class of firemen,
which -,s been organized by the Y.
M. C. A. on grates and boilers and fire-
ing methods. They will take up the
theoretical side of the subject.
The Yale News prints a table show.
ing registration figures of the different
universities. The first ten are as fol-

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ts $1.60; $1.50 Sh irt $1,20
at discount on Mackinaws

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Pennsylvania
Wisconsin ...
Harvard ...
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Illinois.................. 5259
CAMPUS IU BRIEF
- i meeting of the Michigan section
of the American Chemical society will
f be held at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon,
in room 151 of the chemistry building.
Mr. W. L. Badger, of the chemical en-
gineering faculty, will address the
society on "The Work of the Bureau of
Standards."
--Course 3 in rhetoric will be offered
next semester to those students who
have had courses 1 and 2. This is the
first time that this course has been
offered the second semester. The work
consists of an analysis of description
and narration, and will be given by
Dr. H. S. Mallory at 2:00 o'clock on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
-Tau Beta Pi, senior engineer honor-
ary society, held its regular monthly
dinner at the Union last evening. A. R.
Vatron, '14E, spoke on "South Ameri-
ca," Prof. H. H. Higbie, of the engi-
neering department, spoke on "Tau Be-
ta Pi," and C. N. Ward, '14E, gave a.
short talk.
--Dr. I, L. Lillie, of the university
hospital staff, is ill at his home with
diphtheria instead of with tonsilitis, as
was published in The Daily yesterday
morning.
-The University Music House reports
an unprecedented sale of "Laddie," J.
Fred Lawton's latest song. There has
been a wide demand for the selection
among the student body.
--Owing to the death of his sister-in-
law, Mrs. Frank Roseworne, of Deca-
tur, Michigan, Prof. E. C. Goddard will
not meet his classes during the re-
mainder of the week. He will remain
in Decatur until Saturday.
-The Daily will not be published dur-

Saturday morning, January 24, and the
first issue after examinations will be
on Tuesday morning, February 10.
-Men's regular gymnasium classes
for the second semester will begin
with the 11:00 o'clock section, on
Thursday, February 12. The fact that
the engineers spend the first day of the
semester in classification makes the
late start necessary.
-The Blue number of the Gargoyle
will be put on sale today, at the usual
news stands and book stores.
-Tickets for the regular weekly mem-
bership dance at the Michigan Union
will go on sale at the Union desk at
5:00 o'clock this afternoon.
-The regular weekly Lounger will be
held at, the Union tomorrow night.
This will be the last affair of the kind
until after exams.
-Officers for the next semester will
be elected, and fresh debate tryouts
will be held at the meeting of the Adel-
phi debating society at 7:30 o'clock,
Friday night. Membership dues are
payable this week.
-The next meeting of the Drama
League study class will be held at 8:00
o'clock, Monday evening, at the home
of Mrs, L. L. Clark on Forest avenue.
Prof. T. E. Rankin will be the leader
and the discussion will include plays
by Bronson Howard, Clyde Fitch and
Mrs. Forgan. It has been decided to
hold the meetings hereafter every two
weeks In Memorial hall.
-More than 100 1916 engineers attend.
ed the class dinner ,cast night. Prof.
H. B. Merrick and W. W. Sleator,
addressed the diners., C. B. Sikes, 16E,
and R. S. Delbridge, '17, furnished mu-
sical numbers.
For Rent-Lower flat, furnished, mod-
ern. Man and wife, no children.
84-85
For Rent-Two modern suites, prices
moderate. Inquire at 526 Church
street. 82-3-4
Lost-Conklin fountain pen with "V"
on cap. Liberal reward. Call Vin-
cent, 231. 84-85
Lost-Baggage claim check. .Please
call S. M. Weber. Phone 1370-L. 84-5
Lost-Gold hunting case watch with
words Bair Bros., Harrisburg, Ill.,
on face. Finder notify Clifford Kane,
For Rent-Parlor, suite and two sin-
gle rooms. Electric light, hot water
heat. Near campus. Phone 600-J.
1021 E. Huron St. 83-4-5
STUDENTS.
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
Wanted-A student to do picture fram-
ing. Must have had experience. A.
S. Lyndon. 82-3-4
Wanted-Student washing-- Ladies
washing preferred. Call 1830-M.
82-3-4
SKATING CARNIVAL
Weinberg's Ice Rink to-night. Given
by 'the young people of Trinity Luth-

SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR

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JEWELRY
Extensive Stock at
Reasonable Prices
-Skilled and Trustworthy
Watch Repairing
OPTICAL SUPPLIES
Michigan Pins, Fobs,
Bars and Spoons
J. B. EIBLER
109 West Liberty Street
Across from Mack's Side Entrance

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STATE

Increases Cleanliness and Efficiency. Telephone
Representative to call and give you expert advice for your Kitche
ment,

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ing the examination period. The last' eran Church. Music by Wattle's
issue before examinations will be on Admission 15c.

band.
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FOR THE NEXT FEW WEEKS
We will sell some
POPULAR MUSIC
at Five Cents per copy
Guitars, Mandolins, Violins and their accessories at
lowest figures
Let us place a VICTROLA in your home.
rinnell Bros. 120-122 E. Liberty Street
PHONE 1707

The identity of the man who remov-
ed the chemistry text from the shelf
on the third floor of the chemistry
building, on Tuesday afternoon, has
been ascertained through two eye-wit-
nesses, and unless the book is left at
The Daily office by Friday noon, other
action will be taken.

jen-nric
Liberty and M

A most convenient pla
banking.
25 per cent off on all Su
coats. Lindenschmidt, A

Consider Tank
take your films to
sible results.

Development and
Lyndon for best pos-
82-4-6

Attend our January Clothing Sale.
Lindenschmidt, Apfel & Co. 71-76

Buy Eastman's
Lyndon. They m
stale.

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