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THE MICIIIGAN DAILY.

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Attention to Fratrnities
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PLANS ALREADY UNDER WAY
FOR ENTEIITAINI\ TEACHERS
Preparations are already under way
to care for the 7,000 teachers who will
visit Ann Arbor next October to attend
the meeting of the state teachers' asso-
ciation. The general committee ap-
pointed by Pres. H. B. Hutchins some
time ago has been increased in size
and will hold a meeting tomorrow af-
ternoon for the purpose of electing
chairmen to the eight sub-committees,
work of the entertainment. The chair-
men of the various committees will
also act as an excutive board of the
general committee. The following:
committees will be named: finance,
publicity, entertainment, headquarters
and halls, hotels lodgings and meals,
transportation, exhibit, and informa-
tion and guides.
Y. W. C. AtTO OPEN TEA ROOM.
Suburban Students to be Accommo-
dated; Home Cooking Promised.
Beginning Monday a tea room will
be opened at Newberry ball to accom-
modate the women who reside in the
outskirts of the city or in neighbor-
ing towns and so are prevented from
going home at noon. X light lunch
will be served from 12:00 o'clock until
1:00 o'clock at noon and from 3:00
o'clock until 5:00 o'clock in the after-
noon. A specialty will be made of
home-made cooking, guaranteeing good
meals at a minimum cost.
Graduate Is Made an Instructor.
Mr. H. D. Wines, '12E, instructor in
electrical engineering, has been ap-
poin'ted to fill the position left vacant
by the resignation of Prof H. L. Tan-
ner, last faNJ Mr. Wines has been
connected wit4 the General Electric
company of Sc enectady, N. Y. I. E.
Lattimer has resigned his po ition as
student assitsant in that department,
and has been appointed instructor in
electrical engineering.
Instructor Goes to Western College.
A. F. Schlichting, '10P, who has been
assistant in pharmacy for the past;
three years, resigned at the close of
last semester toaccept the profes-
sorship of Materia Medica and Thera-.
peutics at the North Dakota Agricul-
tural college, Fargo, N. D. Mr. Schlich
ting leaves March 15 and will assume
his duties April 1.
Women Hold Leap Year Party Today.
Most of the tickets for the leap year
party to be held at Barbour gym this
afternoon are sold. The remaining
cards are now on sale at the gym.l
Women will act as escorts and bring,
their gentlemen friends. The tickets
are 50 cents per couple. The athletic
committee of the Women's League has1
the affair in charge.<

SKATERS COMPETE
IN FIRST CONTEST
Engineers and Lits Play First Inter-
class Game Tomorrow
Evening
IS FIRST GAME ON NEW RINKS.
The new hockey rinks at Ferry field
will be the scene of the first battle of
the season tomorrow evening when
the engineers and lit aggregations will
skate for the supremacy of their de-
partments.
This will be the maiden game of the
new rinks and each team is confident
of brniging to their department the
initial victory of the season, together
with the first decision that will be de-
cided upon the new boxes.
Although the teams have had little
opportunity to practice upon the icy
squares, nevertheless the men took ad-
vantage of the exam recess and have
taken the rust from their skates and
the kinks from their muscles, so hock-
ey enthusiasts will be sure to see a
real exhibition of the winter pastime.
The rinks will be kept busy from
this time on. The schedule was an-
nounced in part last night by manager
DuBois and contains the following
games:
Wednesday, February 12 (night)Lits
vs. Engineers; Thursday, February 13,
Lit 1. Science; Friday February 14,
Engineers vs. Laws; Saturday, Febru-
ary 15,, Science vs. Engineers, and Lits
vs. Laws; Monday, February 17, Sci-
ence vs. Laws.
The remaining games of the sched-
ule will be announced at a later date.
FACULTY TAKES ACTION ON
LIT-MEDIC COURSE MATTER.

YOUR clothes should be right
and you may be thankful that
there is a store in your midst where
you can get clothes that fit, and
have style and workmanship guar-
gur-anteed. Prices $ 0.00 to $25.00
F. jfor Suit or Overcoat.

Furnishings, Rats, C a p s,
Bags and Suitcases.
Mackinaws
COMPANY

ALF'RED DECKER m COHN

We charge more than some for our cleaning.
SOUR WOIRK is BETTER, No Odor, Try us.
CIgCning and Dye orks
J. A. CREY, Proprietor. Tel. 1534-L

711 Packard St.

925. N. Univ. A,
Work Called for and DemUered.

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y will be ready for distribution by
bruary 25.

U I METEOR SHWERS ARE VISIBLE
Northern Lights Add to Display; Con-
)[any tinues For Two Hours.
Northern lights and a meteor show-
er made a brilli ant sight for those who
UTED. were fortunate enough to witness the
display Sunday evening. The meteor
tst of appeared in the, northwest in the con-
ge of stellation of Cassiopeia, its magnitude
the exceeded that of Venus. The meteor
or the swung directly snoth toward Saturn.
Uni- At this time the big white ball was
ly fin- I one-fourth the. size of the moon. In
Spastthis vicinity the meteosr exploded,light-
com-
Soth-ging up the whole city for a few sec-
the onds. It seemed that the ball broke
who into a thousand pieces, casting out out
cam- blue rays of light. Some of the pieces
teach fthe metear fell to earth without be-
lee of ing consumed. .
ill be Louis L. Mellor, '12, now assistant at
while the observ ry, saw this explosion at
work 10:15 Sunda}light as he was leaving
Ellis the observat ry. He saw what he
and thought to be a bright star in the heav--z
,. ens; due to its position he thought that
ously it must be 'a new star. Then it shot
ses- through the sky and exploded. After
are: the explosion a long white tail appear-
ity of ed. for about .ten seconds.
urses If the authorities had data, the place
ne of where the meteor fell could be calcu-
will lated within a few feet, but the explo-
n the sion could not be heard s9 that no offi-
:n 0. cial statement can be made in regard
ge of to the whereabouts of the remains.
11ow- CONVOCATION OF STUDENTS
sume AND FACULTY TO BE HELD.

/ V y ,9 M illinecry A pt)dt soi~ I YFall Millinery at ppl
.- - -- - prices. Hair Goods
sp3411. e Pone 1390-J E. E. HAYLEY, 206 E. Libei '
See the World's Star Hosiery
"'HE KIND THAT WEARS"
Beauty and Strength Combined. Agency at 625 E.Libert
Gertrude L. Rudd Uroves Bidg., cr. State and Liberty. F
' er. y, Up Stairs, iRoom 1.

The special committee appointed by
the literary faculty to investigate the
lit-medic course has recommended to
the library faculty that the present
six year course be extended for one
year. That is, the present course
will apply to all students entering
the literary department in or before
Sept. 1913. The literary faculty -will
tate action on the matter at its meet-
ing next week.
LAW STUDENTS AND FACULTY
TO HOLD POST-EXAM SMOKER
Law students will celebrate the pass-
ing of examinations by a smoker at the
Union Friday, February 14. Not only
will all classes be represented, but the
entire law faculty has been invited.
The affair will represent the conk-
bined efforts of the several social
committees, with Lewis W. Schroeder,
'13L, as general chairman.
UNIVERSITY WANTS LARGE
AMOUNT FOR NEW BUILDING,

Course 23d in German is Announced.
Course 23d in German, consisting of
lectures and assigned readnigs on the
life and works of Heinrich v. Kleist,
will be given in room 301, U. H. Tues-
days and Thursdays at 10:00 o'clock.
Only students who have had courses 5
and 6 or their equivalents may take
the course unless special permission'
is obtained from the instrnctor.
NEW CANOE CLUB IS ASSURED,

An appropriation of $375,000 for a
new science building and equipment
has been asked by the university of
the legislature. A bill has been intro-
duced in the senate asking for this
amount, which is all that the univer-
sity needs this year.
Eight members of the legislature

Professor to be Absent for Year.
Assistant Professor R. D. Parker, of
the electrical engineering department,
has been granted leave of absence for
one year. Pi Pafrker will go to New
York in the interqests of the American
Telegraph and ' elephone company.
His place will be filled by -M. . S.
Sheppard of the same company.
Dr. Vaughan Receives Reappointment
Governor Ferris has announced that
he will reappoint Dean Vaughan of
the medical deriartment, to the State
Board of Health.
ADS IN THIS COLUMN ARE TO BE
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.
. LOST
Lost-Brown leather-covered note
book. Name J. M. Wilson on cover.
Reward. Phone 1439-L. 86-88
Lost-Between corner of Ann and
State St. and Chubb House, a large
old fashioned gold brooch. Reward.
Call 648 or 511 Lawrence.
Lost-During Examinations Onoto self
filler fountani pen, stub pen, broken'
cap. Reward. 1324-L. 344 S. Divis-
ion St. 87-88
Lost-Moore's non-leakable fountain
pen between 445 E. University and
State St. Phone 1219-L or return to
445 E. University and receive re-
ward.
WANTED
Wanted-Student of executive and sal-
es ability to work three hours daily
at $3.50 weekly plus bonus. Cooper-
ative League, Station C. Buffalo, N.
Y. 87-88
Wanted-Two young men to take ele-
gantly furnished room. Can pay rent in
city order taking and make big mon-
ey on side. Call at 1021 E. Univer-
sity.
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FOR REl
'or Rent Rooms-Ligb
off campus. Close t
Electric lighted. E
gain. Call Surgen
For Eent-Nice fronl
pus, modern conve
roomers in hou ,e- u

Grinnell Bros. are selling the lat
9dition of the U. of M. Song Book
75 cents. Opera and'classic music, o
half off list. All popular songs,
cents per copy. 120 and 122 E. Libe
street. 83-
STAY BACK Makes the pompadc
stay back and keeps the hair in plac
A harmless compound containing.
chemicals or oil. Send 25 cents I
large jar.-> Stay Back Company, 6
Grace Street, Chicago, Ill. 87-
After three or four hours of conce
trated work the body becomes tired,
relaxes most easily in one of Chas.
Limbert's Easy Chairs or Rockers.
students room is complete without o
of these Arts and Crafts pieces. Tb
may be obtainedi at Martin Hallei
Dealer in Furniture, Carpets a
Rugs.
WEAR MANHEIM MENDLE:
HOSE. For particulars call E. B. A
derson, Lit, '16, 498-L or call at 3
Thompson St. 87 &
The best guitar or mandolin for y
to buy is made by the world's fam
Martin factory. See and try the
beautiful instruments at Schaeber
and Son's Music House.
We can give you the best service c
strings for all Musical Instrumen
Grinnell Bros., 120-122 E. Liberty E

'; Exercises Will Take Place in
lliil Auditorium; Deecided
- by University Senate,

New

men A convocation of all the student
body and the faculty of the university
ain- was decided upon by the university,
of- senate last week. The exeicises are
and to be held in Hill auditorium at'the
pus beginning of the college year. The
ong members of the faculties are to appear
the in the academic costume.
an- The -program each year will proba-
and bly consist of an address by a man
pon of recognized ability and shorter ad-
.ged dresses will also be given by members
an- of the faculty. The program this
sion year is to be arranged by a committee
now consisting of the president and the
that deans of the different departments.

committee to investigate the needs of
President of Union Names Nine Men the university, were in the city the
on Committee on Plans. latter part of last week.
Active prep ration looking to d EXAM REPORTS WILL BE OUT
the establish ent of the proposed LATTER PART OF WEE
Michigan Uni n Canoe club was begun
yesterda w n Edward G. Kemp, '13- Reports of examinations in the lit-
'14L, presidg of the Michigan Union, erary department will be mailed the
appointed the following committee to last of the week. At the same time
meet today and- make plans for or- the results of the extra hour petitions
ganization: Morton R. Hunter, '13E, will be sent.
Hal S. Hulbert, '14M, Frazer Clark, .
'14, (eorge Duffield, '14 Clement Senior Lits Will Lunch After Classes.
Quinn, '13, , Charles Webber, '14, Senior lits will introduce a novel
Norman Reed, '13L, George Patter- luncheon Thursday noon, when the
son; '14E, and Stephen Truesdell, '13E. entire class will sojourn to Barbour
The committee will have charge of gym immediately after classes for a
the prelininaries relating to the for- "get together" luncheon. A short
mation of a permanent association, dance will follow. Tickets should be
and its report will be used as the I secured from the committee before
basis- for future work. tomorrow noon.

The best shoe shine next to
ner's.
-All cars in the future will st
Goodyear Drug Store.

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REDUCTION SALE onall Winter Suits and Overcoats.

Vests at 20 pet. discount.,
All colored shirts including the world famous Manhattan and Eclips Shirts

Mens Single Trousers 20 pet. off.

$1.00 Shirt at 8 .85 $2.00 Shisrt at Mv.55
$1.50 " " $1.20 $20 6" " $1.85
$3.00 Shirt At $2.25

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