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January 14, 1913 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1913-01-14

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THE MICH-I GAN DAILY

Something in it. for.

Every

Man

who Wears.

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We are making a reduction of $1.00 on all
our trouserings==$6.00 now $5.00, $10.00 now
$9.00, etc. We have also reduced our Over-~
coatings r10 /. It will pay you to come in and
see our offerings.
Left us reserve a choce pattern. from our New Spring
Woolens for future delivery.

(Continued fromr page 1.)
candidate,: for- football ivanag12er as
well as cutting down the , number for-
some of the other offices. It was
shown that the petitions of "Proc"
Drown for football manager a=, well
as al candidate for treasurer, had hoth
been handed in behind scheduled time,
that is if thfe 48 hour rule wvast0 b-
adhecred to . Accordingly the board
decided, by that same vote of three to
two, to allow tha candidates to stand.
It. then adjourned.
Adjournmnent didl not mean the ces-
sation of th affair, however. It was
moved and carried that another meet-
ing be called for this afternoon. What
itsi purpos® is cannot be ascertained
but meanwhile there are some studi-
ous persons trying to dope out th"
other fellow's hand.
As soon a's the action of the board
was made known yesterday, a petition
placing 11. Beach Carpenter, '14, in
noriiinatilon for the otU(,e of inters ho-
last ic mnanag er, was put in circ ulation.,
Senior laws will dine a} the Un'on
tomorrow evening at 6:00 o'c~eck.
H owell1 \ran Auken, actin-1 as tow t-
m aster, will introduce Dean I1.Al.fBat-
es as the prhwiC]pal spieaker'.Alem-
bors of the class noted for thei r o' a-
torical accorhplishments will be call-
,A on to give toasts. The class qtuar-
fet will furnish an entertainingimu-
!'icMl number.

Whitney

Monday, January -20th, at 8 O'clock

Theatre

Charles Frob mars Presents

[J

Maude

Adams

J. Carl.Mlclm

604 East Street,

Ann Arbor

in tier Most Famous Success

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209 So'izth &ata Street

Peter

Pain

11

Gives Clean, Wholesome Board at
$4.00 per Week.' Safe lDrinking
Water.

Or, the Boy who Wouldn't Crow up, by 1. Fl
Barrie, author of "The Little Minister"

iC. C. IF'erri mkx. P roprietor

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Write Ideas

For-

movillg

Picture

Plays !

A CAMPHOR COLD CREAM
-We wanrt tn call your attention to a brzind lies toilet. preparaticn. Wo
rerer to Ut ~xali C(.'inph )rated ("old (Cream--It aa=all the healing. cool-
ing and soithin;- priperties of eamrn' I, . It, li rot a caimphor ir-e- t
a plire white ~roki ci earn itiwhich camlibot hWit. I ean ~lfl a t, d withr
wtiGglttully ptleair'g resulit . I lfhi- hjust the time of ytear to use it for
chapp.-d or irritat'ea skin and all dis4+,onforts rF,-ultii v hofi (c old N irdcs
anrd -at her. GUARANTEED. TO PLEASE OR YOUR MONEY SACK. PRICE 25c
The Rexedi 11Drug Store
1C. C. ED'Ly L. Proprietor
1221 S. Main Street Prescription Spedallits

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CAN
EARN

WRI"T
$25

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PHOTO PLAYS AND
OR MAORL 'WEEKLY

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We Will Show You How !
If you Ih:,ve. ideas-if you can THINK- Ae will sh. v4 ' ou itile
sec ets of this fascinating new pvc.fession. Politix ely no cxi ene ce.
or litecrary excel. ence ntecessai . N..-)"f I( e,'latnguage'' i" u-alted.
Thie demrand for photctoplay s is p tcicbI) uiiliu , 1 1i-'."Ile big
filtu in-nilact urers are moving "htavceu an( e'- it l;"inii e r at-
tenllpts to get (lnotigh good plats 10 Si.4 ji\ ti e (ever incrca!i Vg de-
iiia. d. They ar e cffering $ 00 at di more, for si gle sc tarios, or
wtritttn i cs.
Nte riv all the 1,g film coatp<l nies, tlhe bnycrs of phoptcl lads,
ar- loca-ed in or near Nl\V YOI<k CITE' Being righ ,lt oni the spo>t
and know~ing at all tunes just %h.4 t Cott (f plo's airc uG~i tec'bxt I e
p~roducers, urc SALE~S I EPA RTM ENT has a tremcend'ous advant-
age'over agencies situated in distant cities,
We 1have received tuavy lets: is fr. m the big fim nmanufactur-
ers, such as Vitagraph, Edison. Essartay, Lubin, Solax, Imp, Re-
liance. Champion, Comet, Mzlies, Etc., urging us to send photo-
plays to ilhern. We want more Wi iter's and we 11 gladly te a h )-cn
the rccrets o, success.
We are sepia pholoplays wr-itten by people
who '"ncvcr before wr-ote a line of publicationl,"
Petrhaps we can do the same '()r you If-you can think of only
one good idea each wee k, and vx ilt write it out as dir cted by uts,
and it sell. f0T only 25 a loW figtrie,
No il Eare $100, Moog lfly For-Spare rimfe Work
T E, .en~d your name ane address at once for free copy of
.LL our illustrated bool", "MOVING PICTURE PLAYWRITING."
Do t i tia e. ID ~C 't £s-'. Write noW ITand learn just what
this. newvv r. fessitn ..:n :;. c f y-ou and your future-.

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Tsesday, 9 'a, rya

Fire

E.

R.

FROST

302

S. State Street,

Sale

See the World's Star Hosiery
"rHE KIND THAT 'WEAIJS"
Beauty and Strength Combined. Agency at 625 E. Liberty
Go"Bldg., cot. State as d Libtrly. Entrance on Lit.
Gertrude L. Rudd erty, p Stirs kem1. PHIONF 539-L

THlE MOUSE OF STANDARD QUALITY

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Designers of Menr's Clothes.

HENRY & Co.

71l N. University

NATIONAL AUTHORS'

1543 Broadway

IFUICVAL CLUB I WILL HAVE
SHOR'r TRIP IN FEBRUARY.'
A week-end trip for the Michigan
rMusical club has been arranged for
the latter part of February., The club
!will play Friday night, February 21 ini
Port Huron and on the night of Wash-
iuigton's Birthday will giv6 an enter-
tainment, followed by a dance at -the
Masonic temple in Saginaw.

II.RTIN JUFOYS CONDITION
(RQWMJIi WEAKER STEAD)ILY
Martin Judy, '13MN, Intornle Ini the
university hospitals, who has been suf-
fering- from an attack of blood poison-
ing for the last three weeks is grad-
ually growing weaker. Yesterday hie
was worse than he has been at anry
time during his sickness. 1-is mother
and brother, who came about a week
ago have been with him almost con-
stantly since their arrival.

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New

York City

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ONEDOLAR HILT SALE
If you have a few spare dollars in your trouse~r pockets, ccme to our Shirt Sale. We've too many---some lines of sizes are broken---
some 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
'I,-b-rn altnatbpr and offer the lot for UVST 0IE DOLLAR.

LIKll Olvi11L%,

641144 v J..L' r """ -

FRED . CROSS, 123 E. Liberty St.

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