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The Stein- l loch
Fashion Camera
Nothing gets by it.
It reflects what London thinks about fashions for you.
-what Paris thinks
-what New York thinks
-what Chicago thinks
And out of all these opinionS,with the Lfol-de-rols
eliminated, come
The Styles Sensibly
Dressed Americans Prefer.
Such styles we are now ready to show you.
-one more reason your suit should be a Stein- ?l och.
LINDENSCHMIDT, APFEL & CO.
Clothiers and Furnishers

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

Our loss is your gain and we are

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

willing to

take the consequences

Still Too Many Left; They

our policy requires the

complete

TINKER ( COMPANY
Cor. State an4 William Streets

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

1U('AND 1)RANA

SPECIAL

REDUCED

PRICES

on all WINTER GOODS

BLANKETS, HOODS, TOQUES, SWEATERS, Out-
ing Flannel Night Gowns and Men's Night
Shirts, Setsnug Underwear
Ho S. Pinney & Co.
614 E. Liberty St. The Store Where a Dollar Does Its Duty

Schlanderer & Seyfried

OUR SPECIALS IN
CORSETS
ROYAL WORCESTER and
BON TON
See our very special corset
6 Hose Supports
WHILE THEY LAST--98c ea.
SCHROEN BROS.
Phone 1000
Dry Goods, Ladles Ready to
Wear

Full Line of " M " Goods
VAI KING LOO
Come Up and Try
George's Chop Suey
Delicious Cliinese and American Dishes.
South State Street Phone 1244-L

STERLING SILVER PENCILS
In both the flat and round for fastening to vest
and neck Chains.
CONKLIN fountain pens the leading self f ill-
ing fountain pen
Haller Jewelry Co.
Fine Watch and Jewelry repairing
306 S. STATE ST. Phone 534

Stidentsto Give Recital.
Several of the advanced students of
the piano, vocal, and violin depart-
ments of the school of music will give
a public recital at 4:15 o'clock this
afternoon in Frieze Memorial hall. Mr.
John Meidruin, the talented blind pian-
ist who is to graduate under Mr. Lock-
wood and who has been heard so fav-
orably in the past, will take part at
this time.
Small Attendance at Renwick Recital
As a reaction to the Paderewski con-
cert, there was a marked decrease in
the attendance at the organ recital giv-
en yesterday afternoon by Mr. Llewel-
lyn L, Renwick of Detroit.
Despite the fact that Mr. Renwick's
program consisted of rather unpreten-
tious compositions-the smaller works
of modern living composers for the
most part-they were interpreted with
remarkable taste, and executed with
delicacy and artistic finish. His pro-
gram was unfortunately lacking in
larger forms, and consequently no
chance was afforded for the exhibi-
tion of virtuosoship Handel's "Largo"
was played with the simple grandeur
that belongs to it, with all artificial at-
tempts of adornment appropriately
omitted. The Faulkes "Barcarolle" was
skillfully registered, displaying to ad-
vantage the softer, contrasting tone-
colors of the organ. The "Carillon-Al-
legretto" by Ryder failed in its effect
because the chimes were unfortunately
out of tune.
We should like to have heard Mr.
Renwick in some larger and more
profound works.
DR. FITCH CO)IENDS SPIRIT
SHOWN IN BUSRAHI CAMPAIGN
'The initiative and practical genius
of the midwesterner is amazing, and
the alertness displayed in this meeting
is bound to produce results" said Dr.
Albert Parker Fitch, president of An-
dover Theological Seminary, in speak-
ing of the proposed campaign to secure
funds for the Busrah mission, in New-
berry hall last night.
Delegates to the Kansas City Con-
vention have organized to support the
project. Carl S. Metzger has been se-
lected as chairman, and plans are be-
ing formulated for an aggressive can-
vass April 20.
Huston Leads Billiard Tournamentt
"Si" Huston is now leading the 18.2
inch balk line billiard tournament,
with Fingerle runner up and Lehr,
'14L, third. Huston, with a handicap
of 250, has a total score of 1250 and
also has the high run of the meet with
51 points. Fingerle playing 125 han-
dicap, has a total of 750 points and
has won six games and lost none. Ler
has won five games and has a total of
575 points. The two high men in the
meet will receive "Three B" pipes,
which prizes will be awarded to str-
dents only.
Will Resume Basketbiall Tonight
At 7:10 o'clock tonight the inter-
class basketball series will be resum--
ed in Waterman gymnasium. The
schedule for tonight's games follows:
at 7:10 o'clock-fresh lits vs. sops
dents, fresh engineers vs. soph phar-
mics; at 8:00 o'clock-soph lits vs.
fresh homeopts, soph laws vs. fresh
medics.

DEAN TO RETURN I
DURING SUMMER
According to Letters, Dean J. 0. Reed
Expects to Arrive in Ann Arbor
in September
1EALTH CONSIDERABLY BETTER
According to letters received by Pro-
fessors Drake and Goddard, Dean J. O.
Reed of the literary department, who
has been on leave of absence since
Apil1912 following a nervous break-
down, will return to Ann Arbor in
time for the opening of the next sem-
ester.
Dean Reed, who is now in Munich,
has considerably improved in health.
Several weeks ago, he contracted a-
severe cold, which set him back tem-
porarily, but he has completely recov-
ered from the attack, according to re-
cent letters. He will remain in Mun-
ich until April 1, when he will go to
Italy for a two months' stay. The
summer months will be spent in trav-
eling through France and he will sail
for America about the middle of Sep-
tember. He is accompanied in his
travels by his wife.
Prof. J. R. Effinger, of the Fresh de-
partment, was appointed acting-dean
by the regents following Dean Reed's
breakdown and has served in that ca-
pacity since that time.
ITNTERSITY NOTICES
Glee club rehearsal, 7:00 o'clock to-
night in Adelphi rooms.
-The picture of the entire cast of the
Oratorical play will be taken in Uni-
versity Hall at 6:45 o'clock Thursday.
All fresh men who intend to try
out for the fresh relay team should re-
port to Director Rowe at once.
-There will be a meeting of the sen-
ior and junior chemical engineers at
5:00 o'clock this afternoon in room
165 chemistry building.
The Oratorical board will meet at
4:45 o'clock. today in room 300-N. W.
Band rehearsal tonight at 7:00
o'clock sharp in University Hall.-
Fresh to Tryout For Detroit Meet
Trainer "Steve" Farrell will conduct
tryouts this afternoon for freshmen
half milers and dash men in order to
pick the team that will meet the De-
torit Y. M. C. A. Saturday night.
Eighteen men will make the trip to De-
troit and the personnel of the team
will probably be announced tomorrow
night.

Reule, Conlin & FiE

I

Winter

Caps,

Odd Trousers,

1I

n Suits, Overcoats,

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
optometrical work. His complete office
equipment combined with shop facilities
to grind lenses, together with years o
experience as refractionist and optician,
make his Optical System the logical
place to buy glasses.
Arnold Optical System
220 South Main Street

All We Kn
of is the B]
ROW E'S LAUN
406 DETROIT STI
The Link between College
TUTTLI
on State Street
We Serve Hot U

Rbes, Smoking Jackets,

Neckwear.

Sweaters, Hats,

U

VAR SITY

TAIL

YOU CAN COME IN
Right Now to See Our New
SPRING SUITINGS
WE HAVE THEM, ALSO THE TIME TO SHOW YOU

Bath

MAX KRUTSCH

117 EL

Pennsylvania women's club will
meet at 7:00 o'clock tonight with Vera
Seigworth, 210 North State street.
. * * *
A recent communication from the
architect in charge of the plans for
the second hall of residence states that
if possible, lantern slides of the exte-
rior -and ground floor, and one of the
upper floors of the building, as it will
appear when completed, may be pre-
pared for exhibition at the annual
women's banquet on April 2.
Miss Florence Barnard, '94, of Sag-
inaw will act as toastmistress at the
banquet.
* * *
Tickets for the "Topsy-Turvy" dance,'
to be given by the women's league, to-
morrow night, in Barbour gymnasi-
um, may be purchased for 50 cents
from Dorothy Bartholf, Irene Bigalke,
Jeannette Higgins, Myra Tousley, Leah
Simpson, Emily Northrup, Marion
Payne, Alice Wiard, Emma Rhodeham-
el, Luella Gallmeyer, Catherine Regan,
Carol Dow, Kathryn Bierkamp, Ger-
trude Fischer, Dorothy Peet, and Mar-
iola Cornell.
FOR SALE-Choice residence lots on
Church street. John R. Rood, 1600-J.
103-114

NOTICE-The young man tha
rowed the two copies of th
Telephone News of Mr. Kee
please return and oblige.
WANTED-Single room. Man i
East of Campus. Inquire a
office.
WANTED-A few copies of Th
igan Daily for Friday, Feb. 2
at the Daily office.
LOST-On or near campus,
Conklin Self-Filling Founta
Finder please call Staudt, 15
LOST-Sonme one took by mis
pair of ballet slippers fron
dressing room at the Union,
day at the J-Lit Tea Dance
that person please call 23
leave them at 519 Linden St.
LOST--A tan leather purse 1
South Division and Ann Arb
pot, Sunday. Reward. Cal
We set glass. Major & Co.
Call 15 for Taxi or Limousin
Polish your floors with Old
Floor Wax. Major & Co.

* OF INTEREST TO WOMEN.

*I

America owes it to the college
youth today that we are
enthusiastic sportsmen!

r Distinctively
In~dividual'

A few years ago we evolved a high-
quality cigarette-of purest and
most choice tobacco, and every col-
lege man knows that the answer
was a wonderful popularity. Today
more Fatima Cigarettes are sold
in the United States than any
other cigarette !
Anything in America that is most.
worthy always wins!
Plain package -quality all in the
tobacco-twenty cigarettes!

* # * * * * * * S * S
Mrs. Walter Pillsbury, 714 South
State street, and Mrs. J. B. Pollock, 922
Church street, will be at home to col-
lege women from 3:00 to 5:30 o'clock
this afternoon.
Mrs. H. B. Hutchins, who is spend-
ing the winter in Bermuda, has been
obliged to recall the announcement of
her days at home during Lent.
, * *
Law course for senior and junior
women will open at 4:00 o'clock this
afternoon in room C of the law build-
ing, with a lecture by Dean H. M.
Bates. Cards of admission may be se-
cured from Dean Jordan, Dean K. E.
Guthe, and Registrar A. G. Hall.

RUDDERS for MEN andW
Best Grade-Properly

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CNM OA,,Ys

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