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Druna Shaving Lotion

Our Annual J

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proper dress shoe
he Tango.
=-a new lot of tan
>er soles. Prices from
0 up to $6.00.

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

Clothing

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F F TYt C E N T S

Suits and Overcoats one-fou
Bath Robes and Smoking Jackets a

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Calkins' Pharmacy
324 South State Street

All Furnishings one-fifth off

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Shirts, Ties, Mackinaws, Underwear, Cloves,

Shoe Store

119 S. Main Street

IVERCOAT SALE
s . $22.50.
. . $18.75
. . $16.50
. . $15.00
. . $ 3.50
. . $11.25

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its $1.60; $1.50 Shirts $1.20
nt discount on Mackinaws

IS a
th Main Street

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South Main Street
$100,000
. . $69,000
SAVINGS BANK
d Profits, $100,000.00
ck $50,000,000
J Booth C John Wo Jr
rdent Cashier

A. MARQUARDT
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Suits Cleaned and Pressed
and repaired
Cor. Main and Huron---Over Farmer's
and Mechanic's Bank.

CAMPUS IN BRIEF
-A list of those engineers who failed
to fill out the back of their election
cards at the first of the year has br
posted on the bulletin boards of the
engineering building.
-Waterman gym will be open each
day during the two weeks of examina-
tions, although no classes will be held.
Coach "Steve" Farrell and Director
Floyd Rowe will be on hand to take
charge of the track men, but anyone
will be allowed to use the apparatus
during this time.
-Prof. V. H. Lane, of the law depart-
ment, and Mrs. Lane left for New York
city yesterday, where they will remain
for the next ten days. They will re-
turn in time for the reopening of col-
lege.
Prof. Lewis I. (ram, of the egi-
neering department gave an illustrated
lecture on "Reinforced Retaining
Walls" before the senior civil engi-
neers yesterday afternoon.
-Norwood P. ,aqiess, 114E, suffer-
ing from a sprained ankle, injured
during senior engineering basketball
practice at the city Y. M. . A, Thurs-
day night.
-Theodore W. Koch, university libra.
rian, will lecture in the High School
auditorium Tuesday night on "The
Arts of Illustration," under the direc-
tion of the Ann Arbor Art association.
-Sales returns for the Blue number
of the Gargoyle indicate a large de-
mand for the current issue, and it is
expected that the present stock will
soon be exhausted.
-"Some O bservations of the Volcano
Kilauea In Action" wil be the subject
of a lecture in the chemical amphithe-
atre at 4:00 o'clock on January 26 by
Dr. Arthur L. Day, director of the
I geophysical laboratory of Washington,
. C. The public is invited.
-Lloyd Hornby, graduate school, has
been appointed chairman of the forest-
ry exhibit from the forestry depart-
ment at the annual spring exhibit of
the engineering department.
-Students desiring refilling of pre-
scriptions from th University Health
Service, should obtain a second pre-
scription signed by one of tfie health
service physicians.
-Druids are planning a theater party
and supper to be given on February
12, the day of the performance of "The
Scarecrow." After the theater a sup-
per will be served in the club rooms,
WAIF FOUND ON DOORSTEP
OF VARSITY BANI) LEADER
Ike Fisher, prominent in university
music circles found a 16 days old baby
boy on the steps of his home, 207 West
Ann street Thursday evening.
The child was very thinly wrapped
and could not have been exposed long
or it must have perished in the cold.
The head nurse of the Homeopathic
Hospital's maternity ward has iden-
tified the infant, and it was returned
there yesterday morning. The mother
is an unknown woman who was dis-
charged from the hospital Thursday
afternoon. No trace of her has as yet
been found.
LEARN TO TYPEWRITE.
The student who does not take a
course in typewriting so as to be able
to operate the keyboard scientifically
will lose valuable time all through life
whenever he has copying to do. Right

Theatre
DOWN TOWN ON MAIN STREET
MDNDA JANUARY 26th
2 Reel Edison Feature
"Acxlxias

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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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Crack of thc Gym
is the man who repeats.
of agility and strength is not r test of en-
-the fellow who can repeat an exhibition
prowess and strength day after day is the
score s.
SHREDDEL

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now is the time to take a course at the'
School of Shorthand, 711 N. University
Avenue. It will not take very much
time to take the course. We contem-
plate increasing the rate of tuition for
this course after February 1st.
$ y1400 Si olarsitips.
In the past five years over 1,000 stu-
dents have won free scholarships
working under the direction of Mr. H.
W. Frey and Mr. Ira M. Smith. There
is an unlimited number of such free
scholarships bearing cash value of
from $250 to $1,000. They are not
competitive, any student of good char-
acter is eligible to win such a schol-
arship.
This plan is endorsed by President
Woodrow Wilson together with five
prominent college presidents. A cer-
tificate of such endorsement is placed
in the hands of each student whose
application for enrollment as a schol-
arship candidate is accepted.
These scholarships are awarded for
practical work in summer months or
spare time thru the college year. You
will be trained by us from successful
practical experience.
There is absolutely no house tc
house "canvassing," or delivery of
goods on this plan. - We guarantee the
student a stated sum during the first
few weeks while he is becoming used
to the plan.
For full particulars see Ira M. Smith,
Western Representative, The Review
of Reviews Scholarship Fund. Allenel
Hotel-2, 6 and 7, 9 p. m. January 24
to 31st. 86
Those who expect to complete
course in Shorthand and Typewriting
this year should start immediately af-
ter the semester examinations are
over. We have a class especially for
the accommodation of such students.
There is a growing demand for col-
lege trained people for fine positions
as private secretaries and for those
who can teach one or more commer-
cial branches along with their special-
ty. Better call at the School of Short-

Increases Cleanliness and Efficiency.
Representative to call and give you expert advice fo:
ment.

ephone f
Kitchen

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HO MOE(
MEDIC
WE HAVE A Fl
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302 S. STAT

Washtenaw Gas

Ann Arbor Taxicab
New Number is

2280

For Fraternity and

Service Guaranteed Parties a Spe
300 N. MAIN STREET
WILLIAM E. DIETEI
FORMERLY THE VARSITY TAILOR OF ANN ARBOR
wishes to announce that he has opened a tailoring establishment in
94 WEST FORT STREET
With a Complete Line of
BRITISH AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS
Special attention given to my College trade. The sat
with Better Satisfaction and Better Workmanship.
DIETER LE-VARSITY T

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stamina
ability to"
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athlete and the student the repeat
of brain, bone and brawn--the
"come back" tomorrow and dupli-
cate the achieve-
ment of today.
M o r e nourish-
ing than meat,
S (Shredded Wheat
contains all the
tissue - strength-
ening elements of whole
wheat. It builds bodies and
minds that win the battles
of life.
THE SHREDDED WHEAT CO.
r ~Niagara Fall.s, N. Y.

hand, 711 N. University Avenue, for
full particulars about this course.
This school has more calls for college
trained people for splendid places than
it can supply. SELBY A. MORAN,
Principal. J
SPECIAL NOTICE.
There will be a Holiness Meeting at
Mrs. Van Armand's residence on 14th
St. Sunday afternoon at 2:30. All lov-
ers of the Bible cordially invited to
attend. 86
For Rent--Very desirable suite. Price
will be right. Present occupant leav-
ing town. Come now and get his
opinion. 602 Monroe St. 86
For Rent-Comfortable two-room
suite, wellfurnished, quite moderate
priced, two blocks from campus.'
Phone 272-1 or inquire 331 Thomp-
son street. 86
For Rent-Two suites two blocks from
campus. Innuire of Mrs. Mary
Schank, 402 S. Observatory. Phone

2482-M.

For Rent--Lower flat, furnish(
em, Man and wife, no child
Lost--Gold hunting case wat
words Bair Bros., Harrisbu
on face. Finder notify C liffo
233 S. Ingalls. 723-L. Rew"

Liberty and Main Stre(
A most convenient place f
banking.

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FOR THE NEXT FEW WEEKS
We will sell same
POPULAR MUSIC.
at Five Cents per copy
Guitars, Mandolins, Vil%.ins and their accessories at
lowest figures
Let us place a VICTROLA In your home.
120-122 E. Liberty Street
Griuneli Bros. PHONE 1707

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