T, APFEL & CO.
Crofut & Knapp Hats for Ear-
ly Spring Wear
THE COLLEGE MAN'S HAT IN THE EAST-WHY
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MANHATTAN SHIRT S
All Sizes, Patterns and Whites Inc
Our reduction sale will con-
ue for a few days longer. Re-
mber all suits and overcoats
NOT IN THE MIDDLE WEST?
Priced at $3.00 the world over
at 1-4 off.
cor. St te andl William Streets
- - - $.38
- - - -$x.88
LINDENSCIHMIDT, APFEL & Co.
ARE YOU WARM AT NIGHT?
Our blankets and comforters, now at reduced'
prices, will make you comfortable.
YOU NEED THEM NOW
H. S. Pinney & Co.
614 E. Liberty St. The Store Where a Dollar Does Its Duty
Schlanderer & Seyfried
Visit the Newest and
DRY GOODS STORE
124 South Main Street
Line of "M" Goods
AIKIG LOO A
Come Up and Tr y
George's Chop Suey
Delicious C rinese and American Dishes.
341 Sou- ttate "street Phone 1244-L
Library Spectacles Opera Glasses
Reading Glasses Telescopes
Smoked ela sALorgnettes
Amber Gl sses Stic-Tite Mountings
Eye Gliss cords and chains Shur-On Mountings
Lenses matched and duplicated. Bring in the broken pieces,
Fine Watch and Jewelry repairing
Hailer Jewelry Co.
306 State St. Phone 534
CAMPUS IN BRIEF
-The Ferris Institute culb of Ypsi-
lanti will entertain theFerris Insti-
tute club of Ann Arbor in the Ypsilan-
ti Normal gymnasium at 7:30 o'clock
' --At a recent meeting of the Woolsack,
junior law honorary society, the fol-
lowing officers were elected for the
ensuing semester: chancellor, W. T.
McKenzie; vice chancellor, W.F. Black,
and clerk, S. W. Marx.
-Prof. T. A. Bogie, of the law depart-
ment, who was reportetd yesterday to
be suffering from serious eye trouble
is much improved. He hopes to meet
his classes the latter part of the week.
-The third party of the series given
this winter by the Saxophone trio will
be held Friday, February 20, at the
Union. The tickets may be obtained
by phoning 319 or 236, and the regular
price of $2 will be charged. Dancing
will start at 9:00 o'clock and last un-
til 2:00 o'clock.
-Mr. J.C, Christensen, formerly ftinan-
cial secretary at the Kansas State Ag-.
ricultural school, began his duties yes-
terday as assistant to Mr. Shirley
Smith, secretary of the university. The
appointmentgwas approved by the
board of regents, in view of the in-
creasing volume of business now
transacted through the secretary's of-
-Ice cutting on the Huron river.
above the Argo dam starts today and
all students are warned not to skate
within the danger zone.
-The forestry department this week
received 150 new slides to be added to
its present collection. The slides were
sent by graduates of the school now on
the forest range in California, Penn-
sylvania, Wisconsin, Minnesota and
-Dean Victor C. Vaughan, of the med.1
ical department, will speak before the
regular monthly assembly of the jun-
ior engineering class, Friday.
--At a recent meeting of the Deutsch-
er Verein, Fred Wahr, '15, was ap-
pointed publicity manager.
-Final arrangements for the Deutsch-
er Verein sleighing party to be held
Saturday night were made at a special
meeting yesterday afternoon. The
members who wish to go are expect-
ed to sign a list posted in the Deutsch-
er Verein room, before Thursday night.
-The Craftsman club will dance Fri-
day night at Packard academy. Mr.
and Mrs. R. A. Campbell will chaper-
one. The tickets may be obtained from
the committee at $1.00.
--Benjamin F. Blanchard, '11, render-
ed the translation from the French of
Brieux's "Damaged Goods" which was
produced at the Whitney theater yes-
terday. Blanchard is now studying
dramatic art at Columbia, having pre-
viously studied in Paris. He is a mem-
her of the Kappa Sigma fraternity.
SECOND SEMESTER FIGURES
SHOW MANY NEW.STUDENTS
Although no official figures are at
present available, it is believed that
between 50 and 75 new students have
enrolled for the second semester in
the literary department. . Registrar
A. G. Hall,in charge of the enrollment,
has been unable as yet to make any
estimate of the increase, but places
the figures over the half hundred
mark. lie says that the number of
entering students is practically the
same this year as it was last.
LECTURES ON LAW
In accordance with the request of
Dean Jordan, and with the consent of
President Harry B. Hutchins, members
of the faculty of the law department
will give a series of informal lectures
during the second semester to senior
and junior women, on some phases
and topics of law which may be of es-
pecial interest to them.
The series will include an introduc-
tory talk on the nature and kinds of
law in force in the United States; the
nature, making, and enforcement of
contracts; the law of domestic rela-
tions; the law relating to checks, notes
and drafts; the legal aspects of securi-
ties of the more usual types; law of,
wills, inheritance, and administration;
and a special lecture on law relating
especially to women. Other subjects
may be added as the semester pro-
The purpose of this course is to give
information upon those features of
law in which women are likely to be
interested in ordinary transactions
and relationships. It will not be in
any sense a substitute for profession-
al law study. No credit will be given
this year, but if the course seems to
meet the want as adequately as is
hoped, undoubtedly a course offering
two hours' credit will be arranged for
The dates, exact subjects, and place
of the lectures and the names of the
lecturers will be announced later.
TO START HOCKEY PRACTICE
FOR DEPARTMENTAL SERIES
With the arrival of the first. real
winter weather of the year, Director
Rowe has arranged for the annual de-
partmental hockey series. A practice
schedule has been arranged, giving
the literary and engineer teams the use
of Weinberg's rink on Tuesday and
Thursday nights, and the law and sci-
ence team on Wednesday and Friday
nights. It is planned- to have the
games begin the first part of next
HANDBALL TOURNAMENT TO
BEGIN IN GYM NEXT WEEK
Forty men have signed up for the
handball tournament, which is expect-
ed to begin the latter part of the week
on the Waterman gymnasium courts.
A cup for the winner of the singles
event, and a cup for each member of
the winning team in doubles will be on
exhibition in the trophy room of Wat-
erman gymnasium this week.
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 muscles paralyzed by
U.H. Arnold, optometrist with Arnold
& Co , is a recognized leader in advanced
optometrical work.. His complete office
equipment combined with shop facilities
to grind leases, 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
WOMEN TO HEAR
406 DETROIT STI
The link between College
Reule, Conlin & Ft
1-3 Off on our entire stock of Patterned Silk
Silk Knit Neckwear. 1-4 Oft on all Stift and Soft I
Big reductions on all Overcoats.
on State Street
Serve Hot L
YOU CAN COME INi
Right Now to See Our New
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of is the BI
WE HAVE THEM, ALSO THE TiME TO SHOW YOU
gym, 7:20 o'clock tonight.
All law smoker at Union
night, 7:00 o'clock.
Polish your floors with Old
Floor Wax. Major & Co.
at 5:00 p. m.
meeting Call 15 for Taxi or Limo
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For Rent--Frs't class suite, full or
half, at 228 South Thayer. All mod-
ern conveniences. Location best.
Fair rate due to lateness of season.
For Sale-Large coaster. Was made
at Engineering Shops. 1118 So. Uni-
Wanted-We need you and you need
us for your summer vacation if you
are a self-supporting man. Settle it.
today. Mr. Smithson, 432 Maynard.
Engineers Ask to see the 25c Pock-
et Slide Rule at Wahr's.
Do you need a pipe? Come in and
get a Frank pipe cheap-1-4 off on all
weerschaums, calabash and briars-
cigarette tubes and cigar holders-
daring February! . Tobacco Shop Bil.
hard Hall, 118-120 East Liberty St.
Shop tools, Lab, aprons ar
plies at Wahr's.
$7.50 buys a Log Log Slide
Take your soiled garments
Freshman. He "cleans" then
So. Univ. Ave., Phone 1530-J.
The "Standard" Loose-lea
book at Wahr's-your name o
We set glass. Major & Co.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Dolph,
Directors, best equipment in t
Satisfaction guaranteed. Phon
test shoe shine, hat cleani
blocking next to Wagner's.
Call 15 for Taxi or Limousii
$9.50-$12.50 for Guaranteed
Scovill's, 714 So. 12th St. 1034
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Freshmen women are requested to
report at Barbour gymnasium at 5:00
o'clock in regard to the women's
Fresh engineer basketball candida f
es report at gym at 7:30 o'clock to-
Fresh lit basketball practice in gym
at 8:00 o'clock tonight.
Chess and Checkers club will meet
at the Union at 7:30 o'clock tonight.
Play in the regular tournament will be
Senior engineer basketball practice,
RUDERS for MEN and WOlI
Best Grade-Properly Fl
FOR THE NEXT FEW WEEKS
We will sell some
at Five Cents per copy
Guitars, Mandolins, Violins and their accessories at
Let us place a VICTROLA in your home.
Grinell ros.120-122 E. Liberty street
Grinell ros. PHONE 1707
6 s 1.av"; ". iii"
FOR TEN YEARS-A SIGN OF SATISFAC
119 E. LIBERTY ST.
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