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-TlE MICHIGAN DAILY.

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Sale

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APPOINTED.

re giving 25 percent discount on our entire
of Men's Suits and Overcoats. This in-
s ull our famous Stein-Bloch Clothing
i is so well and fayorably nown.
Ve have received another large shipment
-$10.00 Mackinaw.

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& Co.=

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Every Medical Man Should
Get a
M I CRO S C O P E

Commnjiec Secures Positions For For-
iter Students.
The teachers' appointment commit-
tee has secured several positions for
students who graduated at the end of
last semester. A number of positions
mer graduating classes. ihe appoin-
meats made are as follows: Mary Ma-
oy, '1 Latin, Fort Wayne, Indiana;
Edward McFarland, '13, history, In-
dianapolis, lnd.; Marjorie Stesle, '09,
mathmatics, Dowagiac, MieL; Blair
Moorehead, '13, Armour & Co., Chica-
go; Mark MotherL, '3, mnathematics,
Carmet, Midh.; Lorn Jolley, con
inercial subjects, Elgn Illinois; C. A.
iurkart, '12, science, Omaba, N<eb.;
Floyd Moor, history, State Normal
school, La Crosse, Wis.; Joseph Fiske,.
history and English, Iholland, Mich.;
Car , e.taser, chemistry, ay City,
FORIESTEIIS RECEIVE NUMLIER
OF OFFERS FOR VOSlTIONS.
Mr. J H. Pottingor, of the forestry
department, announces that already
this yeafr he has received applications
offering employment more or less per-
manent to over fifty men. The offers
came from railroads with large lumber
holdings, private lunberi ng ccpora-
in o,,thea .frst evieabytt
hae (Qerc -neinsuh i, '
foresters all bver the country. The
work for which these men are most in
demand is making special surveys,
cruises and reports on the kind and
valne of timber and the feasibility of
cutting it. Although the worth of the
department has often been attested to
in former years by similar offers they
have never come in such numbers.-
Quite a number of men have already
signed up for the summer.
SCIIULTE (GOE S To )IISS{)URL
Yost's Assistant is Appointed as Aid
to Coach Brewer.,
Henry F. Schulte, familiarly known
as "Indian," assistant to Coach Field-
ing IT. Yost during the 1912 football
season, and member of the Varsity
teams of 1903, 1904 and 1905, has been
appointed assistant coach of football
and track at Missouri State Inivcrsi-
ty.
In this capacity Schulte will bo. as-
sistant to Coach Chiester Brewer, for-
merly tutor of athletics at M. A. C.,
and one of the best all-around coach-
es in the country. Director Bartelme
of the Michigan athletic association
recommended Schulte highly for the
position and it is expected that the
'-indian" will make good in his new
field of endeavor as there are excellent
posibilities ahead of him.

. J. CO0TdIR WRITES BEST
PAPERS IN FORESTRY EXAS
C. 3. Conorer now taking a gradu-
ate course in the forestry department,
ts ust been notified that he wrote
he best papers in the Civil Service ex-
aminion hel last fall for the posi-
tio o oes range on the Pacific
me.t Sevral Mihgan mina have tak-
en the examination in former years,
hut none have yet equaled Conover's
record. Nearly the whole of the post
graduate class expects to take the
C >ii Service exam iation for forest
assistant to be held here on the 12t"1
and 13th of Marh.
Prof King ttn s From i [due.'
Prof. . W.King, of the engineering
departmient, returned yesterday from
'ui doe where he lectured before the
Lngineering Assenmbly on"M1anila lHar-
nrhe leture1 dealt xlithe mth-
ed of construction of the harbor, and
was illustrated with slides and photo-
graphs which P'rof. King secured when
ho had charge of the construetion of
She harbor from 1901 to 1904. o
ADS IN TH115 COLUMN ARE TO BE
jAI 111) 11iN A1)VANCE.

My method of enlarging produces excellent results f
ordinary amateur negatives. Popular prices.
LYN D N Established 1905
7191N.Univers
Say Fellows, have you tri1
"tMAC'S" Cracker iack?
Try it at 613 Liberty S
Hoppe's rormer Store

mehods,
all leading finishing estab- and pr
lishments, 10c per roll. washed.
Enlargements

, best grades pal
operly fixed a
Popular prices.

During the Long, Cozy Winter Nights, take
Flashlights
They are easy to make and I don't mind telling you how.
Fireside pictures are especially easy. Drawing in my win-
dow tells you all about it.
Developing Printing
by the tank method, used by by expert workmen, modern

/ Home Made Candy

Light i

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o-st- Brown leather-covered
book. Name J. M. Wilson on
Reward. Phone 143f L.

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note
cover.
86-88

Fire

Sale

GET IT

4of

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STREET

-THE.

Quarry Dru o

They Have a-Price

o't--Durinig Examinations Onoto self
fillier fountani p~en, stub pen, broken
?p. 1e'aIrd. 1324-L. .i44 S. 1 ivis-
bLo4 -hysics experiments bound in
book form, bielonging to R. J. Carter.
Call 240-, and receive reward, 88-90
{: ;'Will person who exchanged tan
English shoe size 8 for size 6 1-2 at
Masonic Temple, Ypsilanti, Jan. 25,
kindly call 1444-L. 88-89
Lot--A solid monogram watch fob
V'ith initials C. J. S. Kindly return
to 512 So. State St. Reward. 88
St-In *Wwahr's or on State street,
bill book containing about thirteen
dollars, a few cards, and a stamp
book.. Reward if -returned to Daily
onice. 88-89

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ALL STOCK IS SOLD

FROS'

UNTIL

302 S., State. Str

Ltnches

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Haberdashery
Dress shirts
Dress Gl'ioves
Dress Links
Productions
napp FeIt Opera hats
I Company
tters 342 S. State St.

hello Students-Any mending to .be
done? Any hose to be darned? Call at
530 S. Division. Terms reasonable.
Mrs. Bradford. - 88
Best bargains ever in Drawing in-
struments. $15.00 set for $10.00. Skin-
ner. 88
Why buy second hand Drawing sets
when you can get a new one as cheap-
by. Skinner. 88

WANTED

Wanted-Student of executive and sal-
es abiitty to work three hours daily
at $3.50 weekly plus bonus. Cooper-
ative League, Station C. Buffalo, N.
Y.- 87-88
Wantted-A few live students; a good
chance to make money, Telephone

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,*SlVg Abustc.lbouzz
Ing Maynard Street
Across from Majestic

New Editi

of

Army and My Dear

t;;°a~ldcie l bto Hold lfartyS) ur
Members of the Graduate club-1will
hbold thir first meeting of tesemles-
ter Saturday evmniag of this week at.
7:30 p. im. in Barbour gym. Valentine
stunts, eats, and dancing are schedul-
el as altations for the Ph.D. seek-
ers. Ne1w graduate students enterin
this semester will be especially we
coned as the purpose of the club is to
promote both academic and social r -
lations among those pursuing advanc-
ed work.
SENIOR LDTS TO NOR NATE
FOR CLASS PRESIDENT TODAY
Senior Bits will nominate at 4:00
o'clock today in Tappan hall for the
oifice of president to fill the vacancy
caused by the resignation of Iarold
Abbott in January. The nominations
will be conducted under the new sys-
ten which was recommended by the
student council and which w' a t
ed by the senior hits last fnli.
The election wjlT take place Satur-
day miornig- in Tappan hall and tCe f
niew executive will take office one week
from today at a specig.l meeting to be
called for th"t purpose.
Junior Laws Meet Tlhis Afternoon4
Junior laws will meet in ronm C of
the " law bilding this afternoon at 4:0
o'clock for the nomination of studen
councilmen. Further arrangements
will also be made for the class ban-
quet,

Shop supplies new and second ha
at prices that suit the times. Skinne
Shop outfits, overalls, surveyor's ax(
at prices right. Skinner.

832-L.

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88-89

Now Ready

W anted -1ooms for 12 men in same
house. Address Committee, 503 1E.
Huron St. 88-89
FOR RENT
For Rent Rooms-Lightairy suite just
off campus. Close to boarding house.
Electric lighted. Sacritice at a bar-
gain. Call Surgenor 231. 87-88
For Rent-Front suite with double
desk, double-deck beds,electric -light,
bath and heat. Across rEad from
campus. Price very reasonable 445
E2 Un versity. Phone 1219-B. 88-89
For Sale-Good Oliver Typewriter,
cheap for cash, Call 10-L. 88
F EE-One pair of genuine Notting-
ham lace curtains to every lady read-
or of this paper. Size, three yards
long, and 36 inches wide. Send me
your name. No money required. Geo.
W. Ceis, 354 Congress St. E, Detroit,
Mich. 88
We can give youthebest service On
stri ns for all Musical Instruments.
Grinnell Bros., 120-122 F. Liberty St.
tf

88

The "Tiffany" Pipe.
"All that the name implies." Davis
& Konald, Agents. .. 88-90-92 tf
We are never undersold. Goodyear
Drug Store. 2 tf
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Jantuary

Clothing Sale

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The Greatest Bargains Ever Offered
to Clothing Buyers
Sale commences Monday, January 6th, and will continue for the
next thirty (30) days.

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BITTER SWEETS
A Strictly Modem Offering of Candy
Favorites in Old Style.
Calkins' Pharmacy,
324 So. STATE St.

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$15.00 Suit or Overcoat, $11.25

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CLOCKS and you will s
ght and all clocks guarantee
11) IAST WASHINGOT
, I,., Q"APMAN,

Telephone 716.
net to yo it classes on time
ed. New locatito*.
! STRIET
Jeweler

18.00
20.00
22.00 f

13.50
if
15.00
ff 16,50

Off

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$25.00 Suit or Overcoat, $18.75

28.00
30.00
35.00

21.00
22.50
" 26.25

Odd Trousers at A Big Reduction

"PEREMP . .. ,

Store
raing

Reasonable Prices
ProMpt Service and
Good Workmanship.

WADHAMS & COMPANY
I21J235. Main St

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about just where to go to have that ,prescription filled, come
to us. We never substitute, and our compounders are aided
by checkers on each and every recipe, so that mistakes
cannot possibly occur. It is never taken 'for granted that a
minim is a drop or a drop is a minim. Absolute accuracy in
compounding the purest drugs obtainable makes our Pres-
cription Department your main dependence in carrying out a
physician's instructions.

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