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January 09, 1913 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1913-01-09

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THB MICHIGAN DAILY

In praise of Malcolm's fall suits
and overcoats,those 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 OfYou
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
M ALC OLM

Hear Loud Talk

604 E. LIBERTY

TheChub Huse

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209 Sougth State Street

Gives Clean, Wholesome Board at

$4.00 per Week.
Water,

Safe Drinking

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. C. jFroo.rxc03, Propri.

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Hayley 's Millinery
specialty. Bell Phone 13904 E. E.1

An up-to date showing ofP
Fall Millinery at popular
prices. Hair Goods a
HAYLEY, 206 E. Liberty Street

LIBRARY PUBLICATIONS CHOSEN
Committee Decides on Magazines to be
Placed in Memorial Hall
The sub-committee of the library
committee, appointed to make the se-
lection of periodicals to be placed on
file in the reading room of Memorial
hall, has decided upon the following
list: American, American Review of
Reviews, Atlantic Monthly, Bookman,
":0knews Monthly, Canadian Maga-
zine, Catholic World, Century; Col- ?
tier's Weekly, Craftsman, Current Lit-
erature, Dial, Everybody's, Harper's
Weekly, Harper's Bazaar, Harper's
Magazine, Independent, Ladies' Home
Journal, Literary Digest, McClure's,
Munsey's, New England Magazine,
North American, Outlook, Pall Mall,
Popular Science Monthly,Saturday Ev-
ening Post, Scribners, Strand, Sunset,
Twentieth Century, Windsor, World
Today, World's Work. The newspa-
pers which are to be found on file are
as follows: Boston Evening Trans-
cript, Buffalo Evening Times, Charle-
voix Courier, Chicago Daily Socialist,
Chicago Record-Herald, Chicago Daily
Tribune, Christian Science Monitor,
Detroit Free Press, Detroit Journal,
Kalamazoo Telegraph-Press, Lansing
Journal, Michigan Daily, Michigan So-
cialist, New York Herald, New York
Evening Post, New York Staat's Ze-
tung, Public Ledger, Toronto World,
Washington Herald, Washington Post,
Ypsilantian. Following' the practice
inaugurated in the early part of last
December, the reading room will be
kept open from 9:00 a. m. to 10:00
p.m.
TO TRY FEATURE DANCES AT
UNION SATURDAY EVENING
In an effort to render the regular
Michigan Union dances more informal
and sociable in nature, it has been de-
cided to make this week's affair com-
prise a large number of feature danc-
es in which all may become acquaint-
ed. Tag encores and circle two-steps
will be the order of the evening. If
the new planrproves sucesssful, some
novel features will be planned for
each of the succeeding Saturday night
parties.,
The wax on the Union dance floor
was not given an opportunity to coag-
ulate during vacation, the regular
dances having been held on Saturday
evenings, together with a special 2:00
a. m. hop on New Year's eve. The
vacation dances proved a financial
success.
Tickets for Saturday evening's p*
ty will go on sale at the Union tis
afternoon at 5:00 o'clock. The usual
price of 50 cents per couple will be
charged, and only 100 of the admis-
sion cards will be issued.
HOP COMMITTEES TO MEET
TODAY TO PERFECT PLANS,
Booths for the 1914 Junior hop will
be in general the same as last year.
Aside from the fraternity and indepen-
dent booths there will beone for the
chaperones and one for refreshments.
Although most of them will have the
same design and color scheme, the
newly adopted university colors will
probably make considerable change
in the general effect. Maize and blue
will be used in the big canopy as well
as in some of the booths.
Combined committees will meet this
afternoon at the Alpha Delta Phi house
at 4:30 o'clock. At the meeting this af-
ternoon it is expected that the remain-
der of the contracts will.be let. All
of the committees will report and
work on the big function will be plan-
ned in detail.

ENGAGEMENT EXTRASRDINAIRE

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THE
BEAUTIFUL

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New York World.

Seats may now be reserved by letter. Window sale begins Thursday,
10 A.M. Prices: Callery'50c, Balcony .75,-1.00 -1.50, Floor 1.50
2.00, Box 2.50.

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Special Orchestra
Selected by Victor H( rbert
4a Cast

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Saturday, Jan uary 11
One Perforniance only

of

WHYHM?)We charge more than some for our cleaning.
OUR VWORK iS BETTER. No Odor. Try us.
Cleaninig and Dyeing Works
J. A. GREY, Proprietor. Tel. 1634-L
711 Packard St. 925. N. Univ. Ave.
'w-rk Called for andDelivered.

p. m. All out.
Senior girl's section of Deutscheir
Verein, January 9, at 7:00 o'clock.
Initiation of oficers.E
Gargoyle business staff meeting ati
5:00 p. m. Important. All' collections
in..
MEIlC ('OURSE IS CAUSE OF
CONT ROVERSY.
(Continued from page 1.)
en year course would mean a cutting
down in the number of our students,
and I believe, would be suicidal to the
department. I do not believe we have
the right to demand that a student in
our department spend three years in
pursuit of cultural studies, though we
are at all times glad to have students
who have had three or four years of
literary work, but to welcome such
students, and to demand that prepa-
ration are two different matters. I
do not believe we have the right."
The literary department objects to
allowing a student receive a Rachel-
or of Science degree from that de-
partment after having only two years
of exclusive literary work. Dean
Vaughan has suggested that combin-
ed course students receive the degree
of Bachelor of Science inmedicine at
the completion of the first four years,
and has asked the regents for such a
degree.

A CAMPHOR COLD CREAM
We want to call your attention to a brand new toilet preparatioN. We
refer to It--JL C-inph>rated Cold Creutn-1t uas all the healing, cool-
ing and s-thing properties of cams hor. It is not a camphor ice-i ut,
a PLIre white cold cream in which camplhor has 1ee-n inor:o(m 6 with
delightully pleasi rg results. This is just the time of year to use it for
chapped or irritated skin and all discomufcrts resultirg fl cmt old wirnds
and weather. GUARANTEED TO PLEASE OR YOUR MONEY BACK. PRICE 25c
M. C.EDsILL, Proprietor
122 S. Main Street Prescription Specialists

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What Your
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The ability to
perform things well --
whether at work or play-

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see the World's Star Hosiery
"tHE KIND THAT WEARS"

SEN A TE PROTESTS

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AGAINST PISTOLS. Beauty and Strength Combined. Agency at 625 E. Liberty
1 GetrudeC iL.'kdd Oroves Bldg., cor. State aid Liberty. Entr:4nce on _,h-
----- GertrudeL ud
(Continued from page 1.) erxy, Up Stairs, Room 1. PHONE 639-L
thereafter. Junior lits and engineers
will each have two new councilmen
while junior laws and junior medics
will have one apiece. Councilmen
were appointed to take charge of the
nominations and elections.
r. ,..r17 A FBI's 101-VTz ,VI 'rI t''IP C1n' A NT A fl r fU I rAAlUTV

-is based on sound,
vitalized nerves. Rational out-of-door exercise and
body-building, nerve-restoring food are Ihe two things
which make you efficient-and keep you efficient.
h d dS I e
of all things you eat, is the nearest approach to the or-*
food containing all the valuable essentials of nutriment-
Whole wheat supplies both mental and physical energy.
Shredded Wheat-the ideal form of whole wheat-
should play a prominent part in the diet of every student,
athletc, brain-worker and muscle worker.

UNIVERSITY NOTICES.

Heat to make crisp. Serve with
with fresh or canned fruits.
THE SHREDDED WHEAT COMPANY

milk and cream, or
NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y.

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Junior lit class meeting Saturday
morning, January 11, 9:00 a. m., west
physics lecture room. Nomination of
student council candidates.
Rehearsal of German play this even-
ing, 8:00 o'clock. Room 203 U. H.
All cast requested to be there.
Regular assembly at Graitger's to-
night.
Regular assembly at Granger's to.
night.
An important meeting of Omega
Phi at Newberry hall Saturday at 6:30

EDUCATI 1-N' BESTS
LOVE FOR STAGE.
(Continued from page 1.)
and pounded away hard. Ie forgot
the footlights.
Now he is back in Ann Arbor to
complete the law course.. IHe il take
the examinations on this semester's
work as he had had most of it before
he dropped out. Then he will con-
tinue with the course and will gradu-
ate in 1914.
"I am through with the stage," he
said last night. "In fact I am not sure
I shall even get into any of the ama-
teur productions on the campus. It
is business for me from now on."
Just the same campus dramatics
are glad to meet the clever thespian
back in school.

Four Days Sale--20% Discount

Shirts, Neckwear, Underwear, and
Flannel Shirts g

HENRY & CO.

I n llbC yr JU )j~l I ..L7 U fAL-11
Designe s cf Men's. Clothes

711 N. University

$7.00 Seal Caps, $5.25.

$1.50 Caps, $1.20.

$1.00 and $1.25 Caps, 75c

VARSITY TOGGERY SHOP
1107 S. University Ave.

ONE

DOLLAR

SHIRT

SAPE

If you have a few spare dollars in your trouser pockets, come to our Shirt Sale.

We've too many---some lines of sizes are broken---

t a- d iqh - a" 1 P- 4 A% i+6 t' t e%

me lines we can get no more of.

In these lots there are shirts that are well worth $1.25, 1.50 and 2.00.

We have placed

them altogether and offer the lot for JUST ONE DOLLAR.
FRED W. CROSS,123 E. Liberty St.

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