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suction sale.
few days Ion

will con-
ger. Re-

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

Our loss is your gain and we are

Still Too Many Left; Thi

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

willing to

take the consequences

as

our policy requires the

complete

all suits and overcoats

TINKERA ff mfl COMPANY
o~r. Ste.e vtdW IlimStreets

clean-up of this season's goods.
BIC REDUCTIONS

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in Suits, Overcoats,

Sweaters,

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DT, APFEL & C0.
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PRICES

GOODS

ES, SWEATERS, Out-
ns and Men's Night
Underwear

s. Pinney & Co. y
The Store Where a Dollar Does Its Duyj

SENIOR LAW CLASS NOMINATE
OFFICERS AT ANNUAL EXERCISE
At its meeting Friday afternoon, the
senior law class nominated the fol-
lowing class day officers: toastmaster,
D M. Melhorn, Edward Kemp, and N.
P. Sims; class orator: R. W. Fixel, L.
David, T. E. H. Black, V. W. Main, and
B. J. Jonkman; class historian, J. R.
Ober, and C. H. Hippler; class proph-
et: R. H. Proffitt, and P. L. Potter;
valedictorian: C. J. Hoyt, G. C. Gris-
more, George Kennedy, H. V. Spike,
and L. Haller; class memorial: Ed-
ward Haislip, J. T. Witherow, and I.
L. Wilson.
It was decided to elect the officers in-
stead of using the competitive system
which has been in vogue in past years.
The election will take place at the
class meeting next Friday afternoon.
Graduate Passes Away In Escanaba
Frank Day Mead, '79L, died yester-
day at his home in Escanaba, Mich.
He attended the commencement exer-
cises in Ann Arbor last year when his
son Merrick D. Mead graduated. Mr.
Mead was a member of Alpha Delta
Phi.

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T heatre
The Theatre That Always Pleases
MONDAY FEBRUARY 23

Reule, Conlin &

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Winter Caps,

Odd Trousers,

Robes, Smoking Jackets,

Antique

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OUR SPECIALS IN
CORSETS

Brooch

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
drugs.
E. H. Arnold, optometrist with Arnold
& Co ,is a recognized leader in advanced
optonmetrical 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

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ROWfE'S LA
406 DETROIT

All We
of is, th

ROYAL WORCESTER
BON TON

and

roods

See our very special eorset,
6 Hose Supports
WHILE THEY LAST-98e ea.
Schroen Bros.
Phone 1000
Dry Goods, Ladies Ready to
Wear

EDISON FEATURE
ADMISSION - 5c

The Link between Coll
TUTTI

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We Serve

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES

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Mandolin club rehearsal tonight at
7:00 o'clock at Sigma Nu house.
Lit hockey team practices Monday
afternoon at 3:30 o'clock.

CAMPUS IN BRIEF

ATION

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Co.

except Sunday 8 A. M. to 6 P. M.
turdays 8 A. M. to 8 P. M.
ine Watch and Jewelry repairing
know good work
en they see it at the

-Scores of the Union bridge tourna-
ment, as published in yesterday's Dai-
ly, were incorrect, owing to misunder-t
standings arising from a telephonedi
report. The figures were correct, but
in the case of Rieser and Chizum rep-1
resented the high score of the even-1
ing's play, instead of low score of_
the tournament, which is not yet fin-;
!shed.
-Phi Lambda Upsilon, honoraryr
chemical society will dance at the
Countrty club Wednesday evening,7
February 25. A special car will leave
the corner of State and Packard
streets at 8:15 o'clock.
-Wililam A. Hart, '13, has accepted a
position in the publicity department
of the Burorugh's"Adding Machine Co.,s
in Detroit. Hart is a graduate of the,
journalism department, and was bus-
iness manager of The Wolverine last
year.
-Members of all freshman classes
will be guests of the fresh lits at an
"all fresh" smoker, to be given March
9 at the Union. The observaftce of
freshman traditions and the "howdy
frosh" campaign will be discussed.
Prof. W. J. Hussey, of the observatory,
left yesterday for Menton, Ohio, to vis-
it relatives. He will meet his classes
Tuesday.
-Dr. P.W.!Merrill, of the observatory,
is confined to his home with the
grippe. He expects to meet his class-
es Tuesday.
-The sleigh ride and dance, which
Michigamua planned for Monday has
been postponed indefinitely.
-Barrister, Vulcan and Druid mem-
bers are completing arrangements for
a smoker to be held next Friday ev-
ening.
-Three more rounds remain to be
played in the Union bridge tourna-
ment, and those teams behind in the

schedule may make up their games
next Wednesday and Thursday.
-Names of the successful aspirants
for "Der Professor Als Kaufmann," by
Moser, which will be given under the
auspices- of the Deutscher Verein, will
be officially given out early next week.
The date for the play will also be an-
nounced. A large number of candi-
dates have appeared at each of the
four meetings.
-February 28 has been announced as
the date for the tryouts of the Alpha
Nu freshman debate.
-An exhibit of drawings of the stand-
ards and banners to be used in the
Joan of Arc performance are being
shown in the library wall cases.
-Dr. Alvin J. Lorle, of the university
hospital, has gone to his home in Kan-
sas City for a three weeks vacation.
While there he will attend the mar-
riage of his sister.
-The dance at Granger's managed
by Mrs. R. B. Canfield, proved to be
a great success both socially and finan-
cially. The dance was the first of a
series of "tea dansants" to be given
for the benefit of the Day Nursery.
The next dance will be given at Gran-
ger's in two weeks.
Found-Summer work. Guaranteed
salary basis. Call 359-M for ap-
pointment or at 600 E. Liberty be-
tween 3:00 and 4:00 p. m. daily or
any time Saturday. 95
For Sale-Fine Mahogany Wheelock
Themodist Metrostyle Player Piano,
with cabinet and 35 rolls. Phone
2276-L. 97-99
Fore Rent-Large single room reason-
able if taken at once, suitable for
two. 425 S. Division. 97-8
Fore Rent-Large front parlor, well
furnished for two. 110 N. Ingalls.
96-98
Wanted-A room-mate; a very pleas-
ant lower suite, one of the best in
the city. Price right. 541 S. Division

WE HAVE THEM, ALSO THE TIME TO SHOW YOU

MAX KRUTSCH

117 E. LI

SPRING SVITINGS

VARSITY,
YOU CAN COME IN
Right Now to See Our New

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WILLIAM E. DIETER
FORMERLY THE VARSITY TAILOR OF ANN ARBOR
wishes to announce that he hasopened atailoring establishment in I
94 WEST FORT STREET
With a Complete Line of
BRITISH AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS
Special attention given to my College trade. The sam
with Better Satisfaction and Better Workmanship.
DIETERLE-VARSITY TA

TAIL

St. Phone 1869-M.
For Sale-Hockey shoes, size 9. Stiff
crown. Or will trade for size 8. Call
Taylor 114-M. 98
For Rent-Large single room with
board in private family. Phone 2477
-J or inquire 1105 E. Univ. 98
For Rent-Large warm single room,
hot and cold water, electric light.
$1.50. Phone 575-J. 304 E. Madison
St. 98
We do portraits and enlargement
work. tf
Daines and Nickels the only studio
on the campus. 336 S. State St. tf

We pay special attention to
finishing. Daines and Nickel
State Sa.
Lenses duplicated and ey
repaired at Haller Jewelry Co
Genuine Martin Guitars and
lins sold at Schaeberle & Son
House.
Best shoe shine, hat clean
blocking next to Wagner's.
Do you need a pipe? Comn
get a Frank pipe ebeap-14 o
ineerschaums, calabash and
cigarette tubes and cigar h
during February! ..Tobacco S
f ard Hall, 118-120 East Libe

it's our aim to please all our
customers with the best
photos that can be made.
Enlargements, as good as
original, made from any neg-
ative or photo.

0. F. HOPPE

Phone 1078-J

619 E. Liberty

RUBBERS for MEN and W
Best Grade-Properly

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BEST RESIDENCE LOTS IN BEST LOCATIONS
$2200-Lot 88x132, Hill Street, cement walk, sewer tax paid.
$2400-Lot 75x18O, near Hill Street pavement, sewer tax paid.
$2750-Lot 132x130, fronting east on paved street, fine west view over
gardens, paving tax paid.
$4000-Forest lot 100x175, full protection, building restrictions.
$3200-Lot 130x155, finest outlook and surroundings.
$4700-Lot 99x180, very attractive, 2 blocks from the campus.
$4000- Lot 1o5x150, 3 blocks from Campus. $200-Lot 132x=50, Wash-
tenaw Avenue. $3000-Large, retired, wooded lot. $1500-Lot
6oxi5o, fronts east, high and dry.
LA D. CARR
17 Ann Arbor Savings Bank Block

J. Fred Lawton's New Song
Ten Cents
You can save money by buying your inns-
ic and Musical instruments at
Gn Bros. 120-122 E. Libe
GrPHONE 1707

FOR TEN YEARS-A SIGN OF SATISFACTION
119 E. LIBERTY ST.

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