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CLOTH INC SALE

250/c
Off

Crof ut & Knapp Hats for Ear-
lyk Spring Wear
THE COLLEGE MAN'S HAT IN THE EAST-WHYP

DON'T MISS OUR.,SREA
MANHATTAN SHIRT SAL
All Sizes, Patterns and Whites.lnclude

All S u is and OCver'coats for the
nce of the month atl 25 per cent
ction. This incl des all blues
blacks, in, fact e rery suit and
coat _of our Jamo h Sein-Bloch

NOT IN THE MIDDLE WEST?
Priced at $3.00 the world over

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make.

50/
Off

Lin d enscijmidtt,
Apfcl & Company

TINKER Q tCOMPANYI
I cos-. Sta to, an William Streets ,
'.VIEW 3LTEIITAS WILL TAKE ; NOTRE DAME WILL ClO EAST
SEATS IN COUNCIL FEB. 10,. 1 7TO MEET YALE fiEXT FALL

$1.5o Manhattans
$2.00 Manhattans
$2.50 Manhattans
$3.00 Manhattans
$4.00 Manhattans

25%
Of f

- $5.25
- - 2.85

EYOU WAR AT, NIGHT?
lankets and conifor ers, now at reduced
prices, will make y u comfortable.
YOU NiEED'f'gTIE NOW'
H. S . Piney &Co.
Liberty St. The Store here a Dollar Does lis Dulyj

nderer & Seyfried
Line of " M " foods
[KING LO0
Conte Up and Tr yL{
ge's Chop SO ey!
Chinese anid American Fishes.!
State Street Phone 1244-IL

Visit the Newest and
up-to-Date
DRY GOODS STORE
Royal Worcester
ANdD
Bon-Ton Corsets
OUR LEADERS
Schroen Bros.
Phone 1000
124 South Main Street

Library Spectacles Opera Glasses
Reading Glasses Telescopes
S$moked Glasses Lorgnettes
Amber Glasses I Stic-Tite Mountings
Eye Glass cards and tx~ains Shiur-On Mountings
Goggles )Monocles
Lanses matched and dupiocted. Biring in the broken pieces.
Fine Watch aid Jewelry repairing
H.ailery ewelry Co.
306 state St. Phone 534

IJuniior Engineers and Medics to Select
Contcimen Tis
Corning.
New student council members will
take their sats in the council at the
neat regular meeting, which is sched-
uled for February 10 the first Tues-
day of the new semester. Besides pe-
senIting credentas from their
classes, new members will be
obliged to take an oath of
office before bei ng~ recognized, which
includes the statement that no sup-
port has been solicited at the respect-
,ive election. Any charges of unfair
campaigning; or election methods, will
be heard by the council at that time.
Further discussion on proposed chang-
es in the formation of the council, will
also be considered.
Junior engineers will elect two men
today from the following four candi-
dates: A. Griffes, G. B. McCabe, H. S.
Parsons and 11 F. Whittaker. Polls
will be open from 10:15 to 12:15
o'clock, in room 348.
Junior medics will elect their rep-
resentative at 11:04. o'clock this morn-
ing, in the east amphitheater of the
medic building. George Curry and
Walter Lillie are the candidates.
TWO COURSE S IN SEMETICS
TO BE GITEN BY PRO. FRENCHI
Two courses will be given next 'sem-
ester in semetic history and literature
by Acting Junior Prof. J. Leslie
French. Course 26 will be given at
3 :00 o'clock on Monday and Wednes-
day afternoons in room 103 University
Flall. Course 28 is scheduled at 3:00
o'clock on Tuesday and Thursday af-
ternoons. Two credits will be given
to each course.
Course 26 consists of lectures on the
early expansion of Christianity, the
letters of Paul, Matthew, Mark and
Luke, with special reference to their
interrelation. Course 28 covers the
early semetic history and Mohammed-
anism, a sketch of the results of mod-
ern excavations in semetic fields, an-
cient Arabia, the social life and ethics
of Islam, .the religion of Islam and se-
lected passages from the Qur'an. The
latter course intended for students of
history or those interested in mercan-
tile relations, or consular or mission-
arv service in the Orient.
D)ENTS I)ECSION COMPLETES
"H1OWD)Y FRIOSH" CA)H.PAICN
Fresh dents, at a class meeting yes-
terday afternoon, decided to become
participants in the "howdy frsh"
campaign, inaugurated by fresh lits
fsome time ago. This means that every
wearer of the grey toque on the cam-
pus, regardless of the color of his de-
partmental button, is now included,
in the movement to bring greater unity
to the freshman class.
With the purpose of giving the cam-
paign the proper impetus after exam-
i1nations, efforts are being made by
officers of the freshman literary class
to make possible the giving of an all
fresh smoker, at which all members of
the 1917 class shall rub elbows. "With
this accomplished, it is thought 'that
there will be no more hesitation among
the yearlings in greeting those of other
departments.

Interseetional Contest Rivaling That
of Michigan Versus Harvard
Reported.
The Michigan-Harvard football game
next fal will not be the only big in-
ter-seetional game staged in New
ELngknd. Notre Dame and Yale will
play at New Haven on October 17, ac-
cording to a report originating at the
Indianua institution.
The dispatch states that the agree-
ment has been signed by the repre-
sentatives of both institutions. Notre
Dame is now slatetd to meet two repre-
sentative eastern teams during the
net season, as a Carlisle-Notre Dame
game at Chicago has been previously
a nnouinced.
According to the opinions of the lo-
cal athletic officials, the scheduling
of the Notre Dame-Yale game will not
hurt attendance at the Michigan-Har-
vard game. The latter does not come
until October, 31, two weeks after the
New Haven clash.
PRtE-EXAMINATION BOLTS TO
ICE DEALT WITHf AS USUAL
According to a statement made yes-
terday by Dean John R. Effinger of the
literary department, the regular rules
of the department concerning bolts
from classes immediate y preceding
the semester examinations, which com-
mence next week, will be enforced by
the department officials. No special
regulations, such as governed for bolts
before and after the Christmas holi-
days, will be put in force by the d-
partment.
"BE4WAR.E OF PORK," WAR NIC~
OF CITY HEALTH OFFICER
Ann Arbor city Health Officer, J. A.
Wessinger warns all students against
eating pork unless they know where
It. is bought. "The only safe pork," he
claims "is that with the federal stamp
on it, which comes from Chicago." A
little girl died in the Univeisity hos-
pital Wednesday, while several oth-
ers are now ill there because of chol-
era-infected pork bought in Sylvan
township near Chelsea
PHOTOGRAPH PLAN TO BE CON-
.SIDERED
(Continued from page 1.)
ready. Butler, Waterbury, and Wy-
cliffe are jumping over five feet six,
which is better than any of the 1913
fresh squad could do. Kostner, Wil-
son and Skinner are the pole vault mna-
terial. Wilson has a prep school rec-
ord of 12 feet with the pole. Cross
and Leach are doing the best work with
the weights. Cross comes to Michi-
gan with an enviable prep school rec-
ord, winning the cup for the highest
individual point winner at the Lan-
sing Interscholastic for the past two
years.
Trainer Farrell is not pushing the
freshman hard at this time, as he is
content to give them all* the time they
need to put on their studies. Immedi-
ately after the examinations, a meet-
ing of the youngtsers will be called
and a captain elected for the all-fresh
squad.
Liggett's Gilbert's and Fenwychoc-
olates In perfect condition. Edill's
Resall Drug Store. 122 S. Main St.

S TUDENTS 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 niuscles paralyzed by
drugs.
R. 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 S!ystemn the logical
place to buy glasses.
Arnold Optical System,
220 South Main Street

1-3 Oft on our entire stock of Patterned Silk and
Silk Knit Neckwear, 1-2 01ff on all Stilt and Soft Hats#
Big reductions on all Overcoats, f ,
Reule, Colin & Fiegel

IROWS'S LAUNDRY
4 06 DETROIT STREET
the Link between College anid Ha
TUTTLE
on State Street
we serve Hot Lunch

VARSITY

TAILO

Invites you to call and learn of his
SPECIAL OFFER ON DRESS SUITS
Style and Tailoring of the Highest'order

All We Know
of is the BEST

MAX KRUTSCH

117 E. LIBERTI

r

WILLIAM F. DIETERLE
FORMERLY THlE VARSITY TAILOR OF ANN ARBOR
wishes to annonnce that he has opened atailoringestablishment in Detroit at
94 WEST FORT, STREET
With a Complete Line of
BRITISH AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS
Special attention given to my College trade. The sante prices
with Better Satisfaction and Better Workmanship.
DIETERLE-..VARSITY TAILOR

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h~eerngin 'Froi t
S cu feilows know what t 'at mans t
We'vebeenVery succe:s ful In tis
re",ard3 with Fat;:ita Gig~rette~ By
a wayT, These ci. ;arette , were first
sokJ :n the college townf--and you
p' greod with us that theyf were r''1d.
I Then we PUB, out for di'c big vace,
4c ro mae Faimas of na60cn -,vid( rep-
_nand today more are solk, than
cy ci rcigarette in ~~ o:ty
0I opurer, or more car fully ch osen
acco grows than that in F~at~rnas.
We purposely put thei in a plain
incr::esive wrapper-in this way
ve can Aford quality tobacco, and
twe. nty of the smokes for 1 5 cents.
Now your college crewis of utmost
Irnportance to youa- so is a good
c6garette, and4 it's your aim in life
to keep Fatirnas in the: lead--right
up to their g'ood qulity-right up
to where yo~ first found them, and
w-Ill always ind thereT.
Success fellcws ! You started this
cigarette on Its successful :career-
and you pull a strong oar all over
this country.
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Shirts &

Neckwear

in Distinctive and Original Treatments

SMART ENGLISH RAINCOATS
A Complete Showing of Acce~zories to Men's. West, Including
Most Recent Importations.;
IMPORTrERS
Anger & Kanouse
SHIRT MAKERS

CIGARETTES
20 for I5<

CLIME BANK BUILDING

DETROIT

IA SALE, OF ALL-WOOL SWEATERS

FOR THE NEXT FE'W WEEKS
We will sell some
POPULAR MUSIC
at Five Cents per copy
Guitars, Mandolins, Vi.Iilns and their accessories at
lowest figures
Let us place a VICTROLA in your home.
Grinell ros.1104U. E. Liberty Street
Grinell ros. PHONE 1707

WEBBER'S HAND-KNIT
V-NECK OR SHAWL
COLLAR
MARKED FOR CLEARANCE
$3.75, $5 and $7.50 values
fo r
$2.81, $3,76, $6=29

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