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January 11, 1913 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1913-01-11

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TH 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 Yo BarLodTalk
shows a very large range ofL
woolens, has a good suit at $20
and $25 buys a suit you will B
proud of. Speaking of style, and 3

SERIES OF GERMAN LECTURES
TO BE GIVEN BY FACULTY.
F irstLetti-re, "German Pioneers," to
be Held Wednesday of
'Next Week.
With a view to giving students an
pportunity to hear the German lan-
guage spoken, a series of nine public
lectures to be delivered by members
of the German faculty has been ar-
ranged under the direction of Prof. J.
A. C. Hildner. The first lecture will
be given by Prof. C. E. Eggert on Wed-
nesday, January 15, at 4:15 o'clock in
the economics building on "German
Pioneers."
The other lectures will be as fol-
lows: "The German Suffrage Ques-
tion," by Prof. J. W. Scholl; "Roman
Influence Upon German Culture," by
Dr. R. K. H. Fey; "The German Stu-
dent," by Prof. W. W. Florer; "Who Is
German?" by Prof. John Dieterle;
"Gerrman Humor," by Prof. E. A.
Boucke: "As the Germans See Us," by
Prof. J. A. C. Hildner; "Modern Ger-
man Culture," by Prof. Max Winkler;
'Lessing," by Prof. T. J. C. Diekhoff.

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W1}IGIHT SAXOPHONE TRIO TO
PIlAY AT UNION ON FRIDAY.
The second appearance of the Wright
saxophone trio in Ann Arbor this sem-
ester will occur next Friday night
when the second of the saxophone trio
parties will be held at the Union.
Wright himself will again be on hand
so that it is insured that the dance
will be a lively one. The party will
be informal and will not break up un-
til 2:00 o'clock. Tickets will sell for
$2.00 and the number of couples will
be limited strictly to 75. Those desir-
ing the cardboards should phone 319
or 236 at once.
Father of Prof. W. C. Hoad Dies.
Word has been received from Prof.
W. C. -load, of the engineering depart-
nent, who was called to the bedside
of his father at Lawrence, Kansas,
hat his father has passed away. The
uneral took place yesterday. Prof.
Hoad will return to take up his class-
-s Monday.
Adelphi Society Holds Debate.
The principal number on the pro-
-ram given last evening at the meet-
ing of the Adellhi society was a debate
on the question, Resolved, That the
trade unions are justified in existing in
the closed shop. An interesting talk
n appreciation of the late Whitelaw:
Reid was another number on the pro-
ran.
Catholic Students Give Third Party.
A most enjoyable party for those
present was the dance given by the
Catholic Student's club last evening in
St. Thomas hall. This was the third
of a series of parties tendered by the
Catholic Students, and about one hun-
dred couples voted the dance a decid-
ed success. "Ike" Fischer and his
saxophone quartette furnished splen-
did music.
FOIRMER 1EMBER OF DAILY
STAFF MAKES VISIT HERE.
Robert Mountsier, '09, is the guest of
Prof. and Mrs. J. A. C. Hildner for the
week-end. Mountsier is on the staff
of the New York Evening Sun. While
in college he was on The Michigan
Daily and Michiganensian staffs, a
member of Deutscher Verein and the
Cercle Francais and prominently con-
nected with the S. L. A. and the Mich-
igan Union.
FEW 1,1 TICET U NOLD FOR
FE ATURlE DANCE AT UNION.

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1N)DPENDENT 1ATTENI)ANCE
TO EXCEED) THAT OF 1912.
About 30 Respond to First Meeting of
1914 Non-Fraternity
Hoppers.
Attendance of independents at the
1914 Junior hop will greatly exceed
that of last year. About 30 were pres-
ent at the meeting of independent hop-
pers held at the Michigan Union yes-
terday afternoon, and several others
have signified their intention of at-
tending. At the preliminary meetings
last year a much smaller number was
present.
The meeting yesterday was chiefly
for the purpose of getting acquainted,
but business was also transacted. It
was decided to hold a dinner at the
Michigan Union on Friday evening,
the same night as the hop itself. On
Saturd'ay evening after the hop a
dance will be held at the Packard
academy. A committee will be named
by Frank E. Kohler, independent rep-
resentative, to make plans for this
function.
HOCKEYITES START ACTIVE
WORK ON FERRY FIELD RINKS
Hockeyis on. The lits took the first
real step last night when manager E.
H. Saulson, '14, met the aspirants for
the team. The number of men answer-
ing the call indicates that the lits will
not be at all short of men from which
to pick their seven. The lits will
have their first practice this morning
at Ferry field if the weather is at all
favorable.
The rinks are now in ideal shape
and the club wielders will have two
first class pens in which to chase the
illusive puck. Both of the slippery
boxes will be in constant use if pres-
ent indications can be relied upon as
a prediction as already a large nuni-
ber.of enthusiasts have bzeen unkink-
ing their stiff joints upon Weinberg's
rink.
ENROILMENTyATICIIGAn~N 1
RlNKS HIGH.
(Continuedy from page 1.)
1,197, Tulane 1,116, and Harvard 1,046.
Michigan's dental department ranks
third in numbers with 252, being led
by Pennsylvania with 508, and North-
western with 478. The law depart-
ment's 654 students takes third rank
after Harvard's 740 and New York
University 693. Cornell with 1,419
scientific students leads Michigan's
1,284, and Yale 1,139, and Illinois 965
follow.

Seats may now be rgservedby letter. Window sale begins Thursday,
10 A.M. Prices: Gallery 50+, Balcony .75 -1.00 -1.50, Floor 1.50
2.00, Box 2.50.

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chapped or irritated skin and all di ,cnnifert= r i' ultI Ifli cold winpds
and weather. GUARANTEED TO PLEASE OR YOUR 1,PONEYCK. PRICE 25c
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>od containing all the valuable essentials of nutrimn t.
Vhole wheat supplies both rnntal and physical encr-y.
hredded Wheat-the ideal form of whcle wheat--
hould play a prominent part in the diet of every student,
thlete, brain-worker and muscle worker.
[eat to make crisp. Serve with milk and cream; or
rith fresh or canned fruits.

THE HOUSE OF STANDARD QUAL!TY

Designers of Mein's Clothes

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711,N. Umiversity

Tickets for the special feature
dance at the Michigan Union this ev-
ening have sold quickly as usual, but
there are a few of the admission cards
remaining, and these may be secured
at the Union today. On account of the
fact that tonight's party will be in the
nature of an innovation, it is expected
that the full number of 100 couples
will be in attendance.

Four Days Sale-m2( o iscouit

Shirts, Neckwear, Underwear and
Flannel hirts

$7.00 Seal Caps, $5.25.

$1.50 Caps, $1.20-.

$1.00 ',J 05 Caps, 75c

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em altogether and offer the lot for JUST ONE DOLLAR
FRED W. GROSS, 123 E.' Liberty St.

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