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December 19, 1912 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

In praise of Malcolm's fall suits
and overcoatsthose club checks
are all right, others will show,
them in the spring.
Chinchella Overcoats lead all
others this season, why not B
a first-year man? Malcolm
shows a very large range of YUu
woolens, has a good suit at $20
and $25 buys a suit you will B
proud of. Speaking of style, and
individuality reminds you at
once of
MALCOLM

Hear Loud Talk

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C 0 M M UN IC A T1 NS
(This paper assumes no responsibility
for sentiments expressed in com-
munications.)
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
I suppose it would be the height of
impropriety for The Michigan Daily
to call the attention of the university
to the way trenching is being done on
1 the campus, about one third of the
dirt not going back in the trenches.
Looks poor for school turning out
so many municipal engineers. Either
specifications poorly drawn or are not
carried out.
Any engineer knows all dirt can be
put back in trenches of tamped or wat-
er is used, even if pipe put in were
twice the size of that used on campus.
Just imagine the campus next
spring. The trenches will settle and
will make the campus look like the
canals of Mars.

CHOOSE TEAM FOR
BIG CHESS MEET
Local Warriors of the Checkered Bat-
tlefield Enter Men in
Tournament.
MATCH TO BE HELD IN CJIICAGO(
At the Western Intercollegiate Chess
Tournament, to berheld in Chicago the
week of December 30, Michigan will
be represented by a team composed of
T. R. Spaulding, lit special, W. G. Giv-
en, '16E, and E. C. Roth, '16, this being
the first time the university has been
represented in an outside match for
many years.

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WHITNEY

Saturday, December 28

Matinee and Night

THEATRE

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604 E. LIBERTY

The Chubb House
209 Souzth State Street

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES.

Gives Clean, Wholesome Board at

$4.00 per Week.
Water.

Safe Drinking

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C. . Froom a a, Proprietor

U IIIIIU1J allMilinry t opuarAn uip-to date showing of
IfaYley's Milliffay FalMlner tpoua
prices. Hair Goods a
specialty. Bell Phone 1390-J B. E. HAYLBY, 206 E. Liberty Street
BRANCH STORE

Artists trying out for the Mich-
iganensian meet in the office at 7:00
p. m. tonight.
Dents and hormeops meet in amphi-
theater of dental building to elect
Michiganensian associate editor at
10:000a. in. today.
Important meeting of the student
members of the Knights of Columbus
will be held tonight at their home on
Huron street.
J-law smoker at Union tonight at
7:00 o'clock.
Professor Carney Preparing Memorial
Prof. Frank Carney, acting profes-
sor of geology, is preparing a memo-
rial to the late professor R. S. Tarr
of Cornell University. Since the death
,of Prof. Tarr in March, 112, Prof.
Carney has been working oan a plan
to publish a book of geological essays.
Senior Laws "Shot" at Auditorium .
Senior laws sprang a , surprise on
the other classes yesterday by having
their picture taken on the steps of the
new and yet unfinisfied Hill Auditori-
um. It was the first picture taken of
a group of students in front of the
new addition to the university.

Teams from the Universities of Ill-
inois and Chicago are already entered
in the tournament, and it is expected
that there may be players sent from
Nebraska, Minnesota, and other mid-
western universities. Games are
scheduled to begin New Year's Day,
and will be continued through the
week, the winning team to be con-
ceded the Mid-western Intercollegiate
Chess Champions, and it is probable
that a suitable trophy will be present-
rd to the victors.
The tournament will be held in the
rooms of the Reynold's club, and of
the Chicago Chess and Checkers club.
It is expected that there will be a
number of Michigan men on hand to
lend encouragement to the team,
among them Will Shafroth and W.
Miller of the local club. During the
week it is planned to form a federa-
tion of the several organizations
which are represented in the mate.
Other members of the local club are
scheduled to meet players of Detroit,
Battle Creek, and other cities in offi-
cial matches during the holidays.
COSMOPOLITAN CLUB MEN
WILL GO TO PENNSYLVANIA

A CAMPHbR COLD CREAM
We want to call your attenti.n to a brand new toilet preparation. We
refer to Rexali Camphorated Cold Crenit-t has all the healirg, cool-
ing and soothing properties cf ce m; Ihr. It is not a camphor ice-jut
a pure whitecold cream in wvslich campor ha: I een ircorpoiat d with
delightfully pleasing resuts. TIis is jast the time of year to use it for
chapped or irritated skin and all discomforts rc ultirg.fi om cold winds
and weather. GUARANTEED TO FLEASE O YOUR MVONEY BACK. PRICE 25c
,"' The 1:-aj''Stor
E. C. E 3L ,Proi4etor
122 S. Main Street Prescription Specialists
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Bafe's asterplece

Seats Sellin December 26
Mail orders filled in rotation received

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WOMMIMMENNOMMOGM&

Cl.an n, and Dyellru Works

M4oar Dah vift J~ Koid

711 Packard St.

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Made to Measilfe aild Guaralteed

Clothes must be Custom made to be right.

They can't fit every line ard every curve

of your body ualeii thmey ara built to yaur awn personal' measuse.
guarantee, satisfaction; so dont hesitate in giving us a trial.

Remember w e

We make them in the latest English styles if thats the style you want.

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pleasing patterns to select from, the largest stock of woolens in the state, and your fit in

President W. W. Welsh and Vice-
president Bernard Prichard of the lo-
cal Cosmopolitan club will represent
the Michigan chapter at the seventh
anniversary of the Corda-Fratres As-
sociation of Cosmopolitan clubs to be
held at the University of Pennsylva-
nia from December 27 to 30.
Both the delegates will start for
Philadelphia the day after Christmas.
Attempts will be made to bring the
next annual convention"to Ann Arbor.
New Auditorium to be Finished Feb. 1.
With the exception of a few details,
the new Hill auditorium will be com-
pleted by February 1,u1913,according
to the men in charge of the work.
The plastering is practically finished
and the building is ready for the dec-
orators.
Talks Today on English Suffrage.
Dr. Carl E. Parry will speak before
a class of political philosophy at 4:00
o'clock this afternoon in the econom-
ics building. "The Woman Suffrage
Movement in England" will be the sub-
ject of his lecture. Dr. Parry's recent
visit to England brought him in direct
contact with this cosmopolitan move-
ment.
Xmas gifts at the Crafts club, 331
Maynard St. Open daily from 10:00 to
6:00 and on Saturday, Monday and
juesday evening from 7:00 to 8:00
o'clock. .69
For the convenience of the univer-
sity students, the Western Union Tel-
egraph Co., has opened a branch office
at the Calkins Pharmacy, opposite the
campus. This should prove a source
of pleasure to those who desire to
send telegrams without coming down
town.
This is the second branch office op-
ened by this company this month, the
other being Davis and Konald's store,
corner State and Packard streets.
Both offices will be fully supplied
with the new design special blanks to
be used during the coming holiday
week.
Telephone Bell or Home 32 for rat-
es. 68-69
Give that kid brother a What's What
at Michigan.

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D. F. WOODWARD
Ann Arbor Savings Bank Bldg, Second Floor

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The Army Surgeon
When Lee Surrenders

Typewrite&r Rep~at1ririg

Before doing your Xmas shopping see the World's Star Hosiery
"YHE KIND THAT WEARS"
Beauty and Strength Combined. Agency at 625 E.Liberty
Gertrude L. Rudd *roves Bdg,*co.State and Libemty. LrceoniL -
...tyUpStars..om ..P ON-$3.1

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I will meet or beat any price made on a typewriter, sale or rental.

washing-
Three great feature for this week
We Baskay
The B.lkan War

euery one.

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ALL Suts
Overcoats"

NO More
Less

THE HOUSE OF STANDARD QUALITY
Designers of Men's Clothes

HENRY & CO.

711 N. University

Made to measure

Made to fit

By America's

Greatest

Tailors

Christmas Gifts

Woolen

Mill

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Gloves,

iNeckwear,

Hosier y,

Mu fflers,

llaii> kerchi e s,

Sweaicrs,

JevelSyS

Undetwear

216 S. MAIN

Near Mack's

Varsity Toggery hop
1107 S. University Ave. Phone 1 160-L

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GOOD

MADE

TO

ORDER

CLOTHES

It' a pleasure to wear clothes that are really fine, high-class thoroughbred clothes, for which you don't have to make any apologies. Ed. V. Price & Co.
largest tailors in the world of 0OOD made-to-order could use cheaper cloth, trimmings and workmanship and you would probably never know the
difference--but they dont. Their clothes are made to give satisfaction and are the cheapest you can afford to wear. Every suit is guaranteed to fit
and made exactly as you order it. Investigatethe woolens.
FRED W. GROSS, 123 E. Liberty St.

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