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°' TILE MICHLIGAN DAILY.

You lose if. youI
miss the big

C LEANUPSALE

OF BROKEN SIZES AT

SEE WINDOW
FOR PRICES

'Purfield 's"l
'119 South Main "Street

Pe:.ace of. Sweets
Down Town

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ON MAIN STREET

SENIOR LAWS NOMINATE
OFFICERS FOR CLASS DAY
Seniors Place Contract For Over 100
Canes to be Class
Souvenirs.
At a meeting of the senior law class
yesterday, afternoon, officers for class,
day exercises were nominated. For-
merly each graduating class elected a
historian, prophet, and poet, but this
year. these officers will be dispensed
with. The class orator will be a con-
tested office, while the valedictorian
and the presentor of the class memo-
rial will be elected from yesterday's
nominees.
The contract for class canes was
given to Harry Muller and over 100
have been officially adopted as class
souvenirs.
The senior law dance tickets are be-
ing sold at a rapid rate and were re-
Dorted nearly sold out. The dance will
be restricted to members of the sen-
ior law class, and limited to 90 admis-
sions. -Prof. and Mrs Stoner and Prof.
and Mrs. Holbrook will be chaperones
for the affair.
PROF. W. J. HUISSEY WRITES OF
ASTRONOMICAL OBSERVATIONS
Word has been received at the ob-
servatory from Prof.. W. J. Hussey,
director of the 'university observatory
who is now at La Plata, Argentina, of
the valuable astronomical: observations
he is making. He has recently discov-
ered several double-stars and a comet,
as well as other heavenly bodies of
mninor importance. ,Prof. Hussey was
handicapped at first by the equipment
that he found at La Plata, but with ap-
paratus of his own, he is now doing
much research work.
RtEPRESENTATIVES TO MAKE
ANNUAL INSP~ECTION. VISIT.
Representatives of the state legisla-
ture will arrive in Ann Arbor this af-
ternoon to conduct the annual inspec-
tion of the university grounds and
buildings. They will remain in the
city today and tomorrow. The stand-
ing university committee consists of
the-' following: Senators G. L. Wead-
lock, L. D. Verdier and G. G. Scott, and
Representatives D. G. F. Warner, Wil-
liam, L.: Fitzgerald, Charles H. Mc-
Bride, Bion Whelan and. W. J. Nash.
COPY FOR 1913 YEAR BOOK
IS READY FOR ENGRAVERS,

'ypewriater Rp~irir

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FORESTRY DEPARTMENT TO
HAVE TESTING LABORATORY.

Pho ne 1 361 -E.i

vill meet or heat any price madle on a typewriter, sale or rental.
D. F.4 WOODWARD
%rbor SaVI n19 *nk IRldgo. Seconad floor Apra Arbor, Mich.
A jo
Water.
4L:,C. re~r3Mn. 1Proprietor

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Room. 119 in Engineering Building to
be Equipped to 'Test
Timbers
Room 119 in the basement of the new
engineering building has just been
turned over to the forestry department
to be used as a timber testing labora-
tory. The necessary machinery and
equipment have already been ordered,
and enough to start work with, are ex-
pected to arrive in a week. Prof. Fil
ibert Roth and Mr. L. J. Young will
take charge of the new course, and
about 42 students have already signi-
fied their intention of taking up the
work. The laboratory, which will be
used in connection with the work in
wood technology, will be devoted to
making experiments and investiga-
tions to determine the strength of tim-
bers of different sizes, species, and
conditions of seasoning. The data thus
collected will be used in'determining
the adaptability for construction work.
The .tests will be similar' to those
which -would have been made in the
laboratory which the government con-
sidered installing here a couple of
years ago. This is the first time such
a course has ever been offered here.
It was made necessary ,by the many
demands for such work which have
been coming in from all over the coun-
try.
UNIVERSITT WOMEN TO MOLD
SECOND ANNUAL LUNCHEON..
The second annual luncheon, of the
Association of University of Michigan
women will be held -in De-
troit at the Hotel Cadillac on
Saturday, March 1, at 12:30
o'clock. Tickets are selling at $1.25 and
may be obtained from Mrs. C.A. Spaul-
ding, 129 Taylor Ave., Detroit, Mich.j
All requests for tickets must be receiv-
ed before February 26.
This association grew, out of a lun-
cheon held by the university women
in Detroit about a year ago.. There are
at present 200 members representing
alumnae from Detroit, Flint, Ann Ar-
bor, Kalamazoo and Battle Greek. The
object of the association is to foster
,among Michigan women an interest in
the university. A luncheon is served
by the association at the College club
in Detroit on the third Saturday of
each month.
Mr. A~ E. White to. Speak to Chemists.
Mr. A. El. NWito of the chemical de-
partment will address the monthly
meeting of th~e Michigan section of the
Americen Chemical society, to be held
this afternoon t 4:3Q0 'clock in room'
151 Chemistry building. Mr. White
has chosen a~s his subject "The, Availa-
bility of Blast' Furnace Slag as a Ma-
terial for Building Bricks:".. ,....
ADS IN THIS COLUMN ARE TO BE
PAID~ FOR IN ADVANCE.

WHY7

We ch irge more than ,omne for our c'eaniti~*.
OJR WORK Is B13,T[,R. N o Od ) r. Try u .

XTOUR clothes should be right
and you may be thankful that
there is a store in your midst where
you can get cloths that fit, and
have style and workmanship guar-
anteed.-' Prices $10.00 to $25.00
for Suit or Overcoat.
FurnIs~itugs, Hats, C a P S ,
Bags and Suitcases.
Mackis

cleeahnIInj _wd Dyair% Works
J. A. GREY, Proprietor. Tel,. 1 534-L

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ALFRED DECKCER C&COHN-

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711 Pakard St.

9'S.,N ViiAve.

TTVork Called for awl D lve rof.
I ~ ~Ana pto (latet.howir gof
I a HcY ..s l iiery Fa11 IMilliety at popular
Iprices Hair Gcods a
specialty. Bell Phone 1390-4 E. E. HAY LEY, 206 E. Liberty Street
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TH-E HOUSE OF. STANDARDI QUALITY

We Carry'. All Sizes
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Designers of Men's Clothes

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HENRY & CO.

711 N. Univer

Hats and Ca'ps
Varsity Thggery Shop
lhu Made Suits, Tailored to Your Order,
$18 to $10. Fit Guaranteed
c WorldPs Star hosiey
c~rHE KIND THAT WEARS"P
and~ Strength Comin~ed. Agegncy at 625 E. Liberty
utle l,. Ruidd Ilrovs Bldg., c,,.State and Liberty. F trance.opLib.
ESTABLISHE.D I8I8
BROADWAY coR. TWENTY- SECOND 5"
!4FW YORK.
Our Representative,Mr. Walker

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Practically all copy for the 1913
Michiganensian lhas been handed' in to
the editors, and most of it is already
in the hands of the engravers. Seniors
to thie number of 1 ,9O0, the same per-
centage of tie class as last year, have
been "shot" by the photographers, and
by the time the proofs have bee~n hand-
ed in, almost every near-grad will
have his picture in the year-book.
Satur~day was the last day on which
sittings couldl be had.
All but a few of the group pictures
have been taken and sent to the en-
gravers. The art work is of a high
grade. Tomorrow is the last day that
such wor'k Will b~e aecepted, while all
grou~p pictures will have to be in by
Thursday,
Fresh l uueers Mnale Nominations.
A~t tbQ regulat weekly assembly of
the fresh engineers yesterday nomina-
Lionls were made for president .to suc-
ceed Merit Haag who resigned last
,week. Everett Judson, Paul' Wagner,
and Horace Corey are the candidates
and the election will be held on Wetd-
nesday, February 5.
Dean Mortimer C~Mty. introduced
Prof. C:. l, J h.non of th~e surveying
departmient, who spoke, on the, "Fun-
damentals- of. Sureying."' arman
Smith, a member of tl(e ])ngiieering
satiety aliso p Q
Adcelpii to iRebate, tarIngySsem.
weekly mceeting at : M q'~ ge or -
row eve ing, fn adlition to a program
of four numbers a debate will be given
on the question, Resolved, That the
marking system employed by the uni,.
versity has proved a failure.

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WANTED

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The Alienel on 'February 25th

tWanted-Student representatives.Good
t pay. G. C. Maedel, 619 Liberty St.
L tf
The/ best shoe, shine next, to Wag
ner's. eod ti
cThe largest and finest stock in. toe
city. Goodyear's Drug Store;, 3 tf
Exceptional o pgtunity to purchase
standard ]hQvels, literary _and medical
workq arm private,.-libr~ary. l19-k .A.
F'raser, 16 South Was, ngtcu St., Yp-
The l? giptai 94X-mfkdA , ton1you
to buy i is @b tl worj-4's a~ed
Martin fact9r See Aid, rythese
beao i l ipsrul na t ScThaeberle
an4 Spiji' 1s wi k1®ue.
tf
Martha Washington Candy, foi sale
only at University Pharmacy. Thur.89-
Old Post Ofi4 ]Block. The Tailor
for Part~ular men. Koullauf. Pl\Qt*
3 -L {tf

Of the m1-.any who
' ithre are few
-4h do inot sing the
prais -s o
Get a pipe--and join
uich dlightful rich-
w~ss uch satisfying
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Vnon bfor o

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Spring & Sunuumcr Suits,
an Overcoats, RikinxadlMotor Gap!1n
Jnglish t abedas iry
HATS, SHOE, AND LEATHER COODS

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pound'
jars with
hum idor;

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BIG EDUCTION SALE ou pjt l Winki ut ndOeca
and Sweater Vests at 20 pct, discount. Menrs Single rtsers 20 pct. i.
-All color s rf Including the wor # famous Manlutte n and Eclip s Shirts
$1.00 Sl t 5 $.85 $2.00 Shrt at t155
.50 $:.20 $2460$1.85
$,&Q Shirt at $2.25-

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