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TE im IcHfI GAN\\ iL: 1Y

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BOUYS we want you to see our
New FLAt English Custom Lasts the
very 1 hest with the new flat 7-8 inch.
heels, iii black and tan, light or heavy
we:ight, $5 to $7 per pair.
~~' Puf ield'

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SENIOR RECORD BLANKS ARE
TO()BE FIDILI)DO Vt' ATII )ON (E
Senior records for the 1913 AMichi-
ga;nensian have now been Jplaed :inl
the principal buildings on the cam-

LAY EIWOR VA IZATlO]N PLAN
A Michigan smo ker was held it the
Tl.oledio club on. January 2 and abouftl

} T OUR clothes should be rig
e' and you may be thankful th
there is a store in your midst Whe
you can get, clothzs that fit, as
have style and workmanship gua
an teed. Prices $10.00 to $25.1
r, for Suit or Overcoat.

pus, and s houtld be fille=d out. and drop- I10;) men were present, of whomn near-
lied in the> boxes immerdiately, as the I y :h a woze amni. Besides having

119 S. MAIN STREET

have the largest stock of best fitting pumps you ev'er
X4.00, $4.50 and $5.00 per pair.

aagem';71en7tf_the. year-boolK desires
to begini the filing 01' the inforlmatiion>
as soon as piossible. This year's rrc-
ords are somewhat different than
those of former years, having sac
fosr suggestions and "bright. ideas" to
be used in the book;, as well as a lar -
er list of questions to be answe red byI
the near-grads.
View,; of the campus, of student ae-I1
tivitie s, of" seniors, and other picure
of interest sire also wantel by, the,
management. These will be retfurned, t
in good con'dition to the owner if sign-
ed and dropped it, the boxes along

f ood tfime a the smoker, the old
l~fehian on ec me o imbued with
lt bian spiit1)h ?tlte old alumni as-
sociatiaonu t herre, whtich had.been jhrac-
tically inactive for some time, wvas
coi..nplete'y reorganized and a commnit-
tee appointed to form thy, alutmni as-
#so( citnoanDuitirly ewbasis Eo
tha7t it ma:, y be assured tin the f t~iure
that.i the Tfoledo oalumni Nwill blG 'a.live
body';, of men.
NEW E~iIEifSTO ITs 1011,1
About 20 n,>,W inenibers were add~ed

Furnishings, Hats,- C a p S,
Bags and Suitcases.
Mackinaws

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Palm-ae of Sweets,
Down Town
~I+ rnIsh the Ice Cveek rx
Attervtion to Frmtornls
o ,,rd Soror ities
ON MAIN STREET

.J. F. WVUERT

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with the records.! to the Indiana c'ub Su nday afternoon:
(:'HJN'E a WOMAN W~ 11ILL TLL flo for any I(oosiers, who werc
ON ('lUSTS OF 16,R COU1N'TV Y not already mnembers, to si-n. Thh

CatpyIrgh i mg
AL.FREOD :CKfl (L COH N

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PowE-i~e e p; sff- apt g Pholme 1361-10
,ill meet or tI eat any price male on a typewriter, sale or rental.
U. F. WOODWARD I
Arbor Saviags Bank Bldg. Second Floor Ann Arbor, Mich.

IDr. George Kn E1pper of the Christian'
church will tall t o the ,women ,At\N,,v-
berry hall this afrn~oon at 1:34
o'clock- on "Things Fundamental."
This is to be a discussion of the essen-
tials of character in pursuin g a col-
lege career aind the effect of sucth
training on after life.
X. program has been arronged for
the women at: the regular meetings of
the Y. W. C. A. at Newberry hall on
successive Tuesdays. Miss Wan, the
notable woman' orator will give a lce-
ture ;upon "China's Crisis" February
16. Miss Wang will deal of personal
experiences in old China and compare
them with the China as the( world now
knows It.

brings the total of the club up to 94,
makOng it one of the large'tof the sec-
tional cor.iztttions on the' campus.
A. eetngof iW' ebibi' will bo h 10
vri ay fternoon to decide ,ou the so-
cial ;prog;ram for the r miaindler of the
yrA dance is lplalintd fcr the near
fuitreand several smokers and other
affa.irs will be giv~en next semester.
LO-91:3, 3l3 class pipe:. Phone 382-
1.. . L. Comoni. 73
All ears in the future will $stop at
(loo(;year Drug Store. 1 tf
We sharpen all makes safety razor
blades. HI. L. Switzer Co., 310 S. State

wyly ?,

W" ch Llg'omore than olle f"()t'our cilfleain.
Outt ozll _ISi 8BT1E.Nt dr r ~

Vt h FTdf""rt~+
l~e zii'g and Dyeing Works
J. A. GREY, Proprietor. Tel. 1$534.L

711 Packard St.

925. N. Univ. Ave.
117olpk (Ued ff o ii )elir4red,

*~Iyls

Millinery

An up~to date showing of
Fall Millinery at popular
prices. Hair Goods 'a
HiAYLEY, 206 E. Liberty Street

Bel[ Phone 1390-J E. E.

OXOAMMBMRM,

MirAdams
VSE

FREE

NiEW WHITNEY -THEATRE
Thursday Night., Jan. 16, at 8:15
H' NI \ XW. S\\ A(; 1.'Offers the fo\0ou Ope~t ta
Withi the complete cost and proction as seen at the Lyi1c Theatre.
Newv York. for -,ix months last season.
COMPANY INCLUDES
Otis Harlan Lottie Engel
Maude Odell John Dunsmure
Philip Simmonis Kalheryn Stevenson
Roland H~ogue Charles Hines
Viotor Kahn
Anid th famous daning be (auties
The Hi 'hiand-amDaisies

W6Aith Each order for Suit or Overcoat.

FREE--$6.00

Trus ~

Same Material as Suit, or Different

I

Every wide-awake man should take advantagje of this sale. H1aving, two pair of
risers with a suit makes it last twice as long.

DonI.t.'

Fo

Thmi

ISpec~lal Orchestra Carriages at 10D.
Prices, 50c, 75+c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00
Sear &1( esl( j, Januay14() /, 10 a i

Our custom made Clothes are no higher than the hand-me-down kind. Our, custom-
made Clothes last longer. than the shelf clothes, and are made of better materials.
Giving away a pnir of $6.00 Trousers With a suit or overcoat is equal to selling our
merchandise at13 the regular price. Figure this out for yourself, then come down and
le.-,ve your orders,

We guarantee. Fit,, Style, and Workmanship.

We adre experi;sOol nAaking Full
wihyou for the Junior MOcp Dress

Dress garments, and would
Suit.f

be pleased to figure

AI)S IN TIMS (OL ARE TOE
PAID F6,R IN Ai) VA N CE.
F rIt I~t~iXroom apiart nent fur-
nisbed or unfurnzisIhed. Telephone
1;12-3, 71-75
FOil S4LE
F"'r Rent eor'l--Undeirwooad, Oliver,
Remington, and Smith typewriters
at lowest prices. 0. 1). Morrill, 222
S. State. 71-73
W1 _,aNT211'.
VAnt0-d--Can you sell the very best'in
old line life insurance? Large nunm-
ber of satisfied policy holders among
the faculty and students. Tpo a man
of$ character this is a big opening;
for part time work. A. A. A. Daily,
office. 74-75

LOST

1Lo4-On Friday morning , a gun-m(i
al handled knife ita front of chemni
try' building. Firuer return to Ur
ion desk and rec ive reward.,
Lt---Gentlemnan's gray glov e. Finde
p)lease leave at office at Union.7
Lo it-WVatch with fob. Haunting case
Initials 0. U. J. orn fob. Namei
back of wvatch." Leave at Daily offic
or phBone 1400-3. Reward. 7
L ost--Small red notebook betwee
chemical building; and Oyster Ba
Cafe. Finder please call H. Pompe
1317 Thayer, 17,04-I,.Reward. 7
Wecan gilve you the best service. o
strings for altl Musical Instrumtent
Crinnell Bros., 120-1.22E. LibertyS

bx7 ... : " .._. ,. _w_ .,... ,.u __".z.. , Y" f _2im... =.,. ti E. II::1, 'L'SA rS T''ss .': 'sx em . m

r FSuits"
Overcoat
n ,.,W 0,ole n

Air
Aff
C50

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ANIERICA"S

GREATEST TAILORS

oah'ar

Near Mack's

Wanted-Two neat appearing persons The best guitar or m andolin for
to demonstrate. Call at room 20 St.' to buy is ihade by the world's far
James Hotel between 1:00 and 2:00. Mri atr.Seadtyt
___________--beautiful instruments at Schaebi
FOUXI)1& son"'s Mulsic house.
Found-Fountain pen. Owner may Full Dress Tux:edo, and Prince
identfy at Daily Office between 1:'00 1bert Suits for Hire. Whittinger
and 2:00 p. in. 75 244 WGtoodward Ave., Detroit. e

LOO-K FOR THE NUMBER

5
p
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Big Store'

Reule, Conlin, Fiegel

As'a young men 's store 'aims to keep in close, constant touch with its cligntele absorbing the ideas and studying the individual tastes of alert and progressive young fellows
who regard correct attire as an asset in social and business life. Autumn's finest in Furnishings

e :ial shiowing at.............................................. 50r
itional values .at. . .................. ............$1.50 and up to $2.50
nusual values, at .. .. .............................. ..........$ .00

NI mulittan, headqurters for these famous Shirts.... ........... ....$1. 50 to
Hosiery, extra strong showing at........... . .... .............. ............... ...
Great values in Fall Underwear...............................$1 tea

,A Fi9edel COO

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