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January 26, 1913 - Image 2

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

t your Fall or Winter Suit from theI

-est line in the city.-

Dress Suits a specialty

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Tailors and Importers
31 1 South State Street

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Namne in Gold on Every Book Free of Charge
k our Book over before you make your' Purchase.
SHMEJEHIAN (64-%
Students' Headquarters

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AILOR should havie
IOR. EAGERNESS
gdon't count for
Ait ABILITY.
eterle
Liberty street
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frr-'s Ac;=%demry of De.nmcing
s- New Term begins Feb). 11. Assemblies- sm-urzla
'ciock. The Wednesday eveningo' Assemnbliis hive be'-t
d until af ter Ex arns. Rent the Acadenmy for your Parfles. Rates fiery Reasonable.

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THE 1IHIIGAN DAILY~
Official newspaper an University of ]Mich-
Published every morning except Monday dur-
ing the university year.
lritered at the post-office at Ann Arbor, Mich-
igan, under Act of Congress of March 3,
Offices: Second floor, Ann Arbor Press Build.
ing, lMaynard Street.
Office Hours: Editor- to 3 p. in; 7 to to
p. m. lBusiness Manager- to 3 p. M.
Subscription Price: By carrier, $.0 by mail,
$3.00.
Want Ad Stations: Press Building; Quarry's
Pharmacy; University Pharmacy; Davis
and Konald's Confectioary Store.
Phones: Bell and B-one, 96.
Frank Pennell ............ Managing Editor
Joseph Fouchard ........Business ManagerP
SUNDAY, JIANUARY 26 , 1913.
Night Editor-Charles S. Johnson.
With this isue TheJ Mihigan Daily
iuspeilds regular publicat ion 111t161
Ttlestiay morning, February 11 A,
Speciali M e)111 4ll a11111bei' on1ftine ocas
ion of 'the 1913 J1unior 1hot) waill heo
4ae at all news stads on Saturday
Felbrun iy S.
IT'S BAD BUSINESS, B-UT--
To the man who always flunks, to the
man who never fails, to the man who
is meeting his frst final, to the man
who always goes into an examination
room as nervous as a locced bronc on
a street car track, this ord is dedi-
cated.
Exerceise. Don't spend the next two
weeks, cooped tip in your room with <a
wet towel about your head, buried in
books. It's orse than strong drink.
You'll forget snore than you learn;
and you'll remember very many things
that ar not so. Eat lots, and regular-
'y--without a book under your coffee
cup. Sleep-ten hours of rest is worth
twice that much boneing on the night
before.
Leave strych nine, nu xvomica, black
,;offe; and all the nefarious rest,
alone.
Lead the simple life.
Take it easy.
Luck to you!
TrlEA'rlO1AL CRCLES,.
"Balkani Princess."
The "Balkan Princess," she of the
tilting song- and the graceful dance,
is coming to the new Whitney theater
on Tuesday, January 28, to tell, in a
:hunst of song, the tale of her trials and
triumphs, her piq ues and relentings.
t is a story o l]avc and, romance, Se-
luc tively charmin~ ,embellished with
oaxa norlo::ly and contaious come-
At the lajestic.
Mlusicl comedy in the form of a
Haig production known as "The Sffra-
tcttes" with a. cast of' twenty people
will be the attraction at the Majestic
:or the first three days of this week
The complany is headed by Miss Nanr
1lalferin. Tuesday night the Ann Ar-
bor Masonic Grotto lodge, will attend
h: the.ater in a body. Thle first "am-
=ateur night" ever pesentedi at the
Majestic will take place .Friday, Jan-
tary 31 and Manager Lane invites alls
spirants to apply. A prize of' $5.00
nvill be given the most popular "act."
Opsen every evening until 9:30. Sun-
lays fromn 9:30 to 12:30, 1:30 to 3:30
snt' Lyndon's kodas, films, flash-
ights. 719 N. Unxiversity. Suu&ri,

UNITARIAN CHURCH
State cor. Huron.
R. S. LORING, Minister j
MORNING SERVICE AT 10:30
Subject :
Specialization and Denoinations in
Religion Defended
Young Peoples' Society at 7
Subject:
Social Responsibility
Speaker
Dr. R. W.' SELLARS
AD)S IN THIS COLU31N ARE TO0 BE
PAIl) FOR IN ADVANCE.
LOST
Los(---Silver belt pin Friday. Please-
return to Sorosis House, 1501 Wash-
tenaw.ar. 86
Least- 13rown leather-covered note
book. Name J. M. Wilson on cover
Reward. Phone 1439-L.1 86-88
Lol-:Poker Pipe with '13E numerals.
Finder please call 396 Collamore or
return to 910 Cornwell Place.
FOR RENT
For htlat--Suite' of three rooms, fur-
nished for light housekeeping. Fur-
nace heat;, gas,-city water in kitch-
en. 507 Ann St., East, between State
and Division. Phone 25-1.. 86
For Bent-Front suite, electric light,
bath, etc. Two p)ersons $4.00. One
person $3.50. 909 E. Huron. 86
For Rent -_Lower floor of four rooms
in a furnished, house, upper floor
rented to four young men. Bargain
for young married couple for rest
of college year. Three blocks from
c:amfpus. For particulars call Bell
Phone 694-J. 86
For Kent-2 suites and one' single
room. Modern conveniences, 2
blocks from campus. 543 S. Divis-
ion. Phone 119-L. Mrs. Lower. 86
Grinnell Bros. are selling the latest
edition of the U. of M. Song Book at
75 cents. Opera and classic music, one
half off list. All popular songs, 10
cents per copy. 120 and 122 E. Liberty
street, 83-7
The best guitar or mandolin for you
to buy is made by- the world's faed
'Jartin factory. See and try these
beautiful instruments at Schaeberle
and Son's Music 1louse.
tt
We can give you the best service on
strings for all Musical Instruments.
Grinnell Bros., 120-122 E. Liberty St.
tf
H-and painted place cards for Val-
entines and Junior Hlop parties. Spe-
cial fraternity designs to order,. The
Crafts Club. 331 Maynard St., Hour
2: 00 to 5: 00 daily. 85
The largest and finest stock in the
"ity. Goodyar's Drug Store. 3 tf
The best shoe shine next to Wag-
ner's., eod tf

University Bookstores

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Moodn St.

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WHY NOT HAVE YOUR
'MICHIGANENSIAN PICTURE
now so that you can have somxe of
~ Platinum Portraits
made from the n(,gative-- ycur. friends at borne; will appreciate them
Stqxidio 319 ID. Uiz-onw St. Phonie 961-11

Special Sale of
SWEATER and JERSEY VESTS
Buy Now ┬░and Save
NEARLY ,ONE- HALF YOUR MONEY
Indoor Base Ball and Hockey Supplies __

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S. State Street

Optical Sste
i to give the best sei vice.
es No "Drops" Used.- We nu,.ke Your

SPECIAL PRICE f t 3 I STARTING MON. Jan. 27
MATINEE WEDNESDAY I 4 3 3 Saturdan Mat. and Nighte
25c to $1.50 U RI I U I50c to $2.00
D E T R ,i T
Curtain: Matinees 2 o'clock :harp, Nights 8 o'clock sharp

>/etc -Oi Agencyj

Arnold & 'Co,
320 S. MAIN

WILLIAM FAVERSHAM

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AS IT SOUNDS
BETTER CANDY
SUGAR BOWL

Presents a .massive, spectacular production of Shakespieare's
WITH AN ALL-STAR CAST INCLUDING
Mr. Faversham Frank Keenan
Berton Clhurphill Fuller Mellish
Miss ,Julio Opp
and company of 200
"fere'4 a production of Julius Caesar of which all Amnerica mnay wt:!!1,e proud)'"
-New Pork Sun.
WEEK*O FEBRUARY 3.
JOHN CORT PRESENTS
THE GLASS BLOWERS
A Lyrical Comedy by Leonard Lieblinig
Music By John Philip, Sousa[

i's Best Con fectioniery. lee cream soda ce luxe. Candy of all
ptiofls.
ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO STUDENTS, PARTIES, ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION
ON MAIN STREET
CARDS - PROGRAMSu4 -STATION I RY
WRITE
SAM PES
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The
wvings Bank;
Wmn. Arnold, Vice-Presitlenf
Walz, Jr., Cashier

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Banking

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To onts in
Louisiana, Mexico, Mississippi, New
Providence, New Mexico, North,
Carolina, South Carolina and Texas
TWickets on sale'daily until April130, !913
'' .Final Return Limit June 11913
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gives one1? That is the only kind we make.

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welry, Eye Glass Frames. Waetch
Accurafty Fitted. Eye Glass
Prescriptions Filled.
,.r Jeweily Co
Phone 543

WACNER &CO..
State Street

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wear

Tickets are als.o sold to Florida going
one route and returning another.
Liberal ;stop-over privileges.
Now is the tim.e to arrnge to spend the winter
where the Climate is delightful avid outdoor life
always thoroughly enjoyab-le.
For particulars Conisul
Michigan Cenitralz
Ticket Agents2

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