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THlE MICIGAN DAILY.

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i You lase if you
miss the b.

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versjity Y. MvI
11:, i ' r n

H. Tinker Oa the Uni-
C. A. has just re-eived
Chares Farquhar Shaw,
B2u ra,., Arabia eii ra ee

CLEANmUP SALE

OF BIROKEN "SIZES AT

W6INtDOW
Z PRICES

119 South Main Sreest

1n a aay ok in which lisc tell'.
bui it ie elh Ctiattat 1)lAce
(ArafJ;a, 4_.'!r(-ofin2. ; windows, reinforc-
ing l.a-Lrials, t4., iiave had to be 'ir-
fact in l isconnlectionl is that the re-

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abor Savtnac Mlmk lc 14. qe-*u

Attean* ounto ~~~nte
ON MAIN T T
o4 a IiBtypcwrktceri s~tle Or sental.
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Cleanl, Wholesonme P~oard at
per Week. Safe Drinking

Litfering aeialis i aLfc LIezl l3
a _ 3 G-r iler. C(2rhcr n_<ator.talp
have '*bCen eC """1r 4'Europeo, and
'sAnce 11. n-h ocitla ue n delayed,
thttst .l wichis bing conduct
rd by 'H.G. an Vl.c'k, '10M, and h~it
wifehas oon ronunced the most
-x th Is .'ni~nI 1...tISheilah in that
sconof the Country is a pupil, a nC
is :declared tobe nmaking -remarkablc
isrogress.
I ! (;Di,1:,lcc", 3n with the recent death
., 'rSare n J. Thorns, '9$11, Shaw
~rites: "Tcems is a inan who has per-.
ta.' on a rgreat deal of credit for
hi.m-self ,nd ,r his university. Michi-
v a zxu>st c erta il feel proad of'lhiin
Pro;etolh" alocal. Shaikh. frow.
buin" hsptahe opened _up 5
Li~ i n~litale bxit of a house, ane
ca :list, year he performed morm
' c o:aiies than any other niedica'
Dain : rabi. We trust that some
othe M:higa,. n n will come forware
tfil ire th gapthat Thors has left
An i~rtwill be made this spring b
the_ .:vi, C.. A. v-crk"er s to secure threE
snti o:l.nt crs to enter the Arabian
nl~oaryfieldl. It is hoped that af
leat (lotr, a nurse , and an engi-
nr maybe foundl wvho will join the
k ? gflion and wo-men. now at Buts-
rali.
lient fky Clb ll'd smoker.
1); b.rs of_ the uive irsity Kenitucky3
c b had a short nmeeting at the Unior
last night. Afer h_ r ou l^ Ilt in. bu~IS1Ci'
had ean iispsedC1, the meeting tool,
the CV~lof a so.ciable smioker.
The glderof the) Aeroc'Clu, upo:'
WIL~ memersof the sceyhv
been .orking mnoreor:less all winter
in the r-oold loft of th:ve ng7n crin
'Vld x ill be ':; '3a. t:ial ete
at the end of this we or next. The
t e v,-Ill be held on one of the b hills
along the boulevard.
Les;d3st Ilng over- the matter o;
the tes.t o thne glider, the Aero club a)
:uer~e hp nud i'rogrtani comitte-F
cooplrtlng 'ith a local aropl,,ane en-
thusiast who intends buildin - a ma-
chine were also discussed.

BSKEl-BALL SERIES
B3asketball will make its bid for the
camiputs rle li' ht next Mnday even-
in- at 7:30 o'clock in Waterman gym-
'rasiii, when thec soph lit basketeers
ire schdnd to hook up with the
resh lht quintet.
Both teunis hae deo oped their
playy I prctice nam~es during the past
;Pwv weeks and are well along in ev-
_ry doprtment of the game. The
roh lis are particularly adept at the
"-cssing end, while the freshmen have
Jisrlayed some remarkable ability at
each Du as and inter-class 'man-
te 'Ci'lbert hae made some changes
.n th b asietball schedule, beginning
with March 3. On' that date, both
,atc rys 8 and 9? will be played, i-
tead of 3 loe Match 10 will be
flayed on March 4, math 11 on the
~Ihh, match 1 , on the sixth, and the
inuals are dated for the e~enin o
Karch 10. The ni ths on which single'
contests are scheduled, play will begin
at 7:30 o'clock, but on the occasion
of double headers, the matches will be
called for 7:00 o'clock.
For the initial contest on Monday,
'Jiohnny" La ans has agreed to ofici-
ate as referee. The following men
w~il start the game:
4011h. Fits Fresh Lt
zterar.......... L.F. .....Roenfel
Davidson........F.......Raymond
Jhapn~an......... C. .......Warner
Brown.. ,....... R.G Holton, St.Clair
Marsh............ L.G.........Scott
Frequent substitutions are promised
by the class managers for the purpose
ic tryingo out the candidates under
fi re.
TIME FOR RECEIIWG JOB-
SEEKING~ STUDENT IS SET,
Students who are registered with
die appointment committee, and in-
tend to' teach history or mathematics
next year are urged to be present at
~he committee offices in Tappan hal
Monday afternoon between 1:30 and
3:00 o'clock, in order to foster a clos
er relationship betwen themselves and
'he various oficers of the committee.
Stu dents intending to teach modern
:an uag es will be received on Tuesday
)iterneon at the same hours.
Each applicant registered with the
..:nnaittee should fill out a blank form
'ling detailed information in regard
o his university work for the present
.ma~ster, so that if a visiting super-
ntendent wishes to see an applicant,
he can be found without difficulty.
:hfaw {o Attend 1Meeting fitColumbus.
WNilfred B. Shaw, '04, editor of The
iichigan Alumnus,left Ann Arbor yes-
trday afternoon for Columbus, Ohio,
,licre he hill attend a meeting of the
:leretaries of the various university
alur ni associations throughout the
. ountry.

TODAY1
ny Fncy Suit 1f lf
or Ove rcoat-- qqwI~
This" includes fancy Suits, or Overcoats
valued up to $25.00
All S h irts 20 pct.. Of f
Heavy Underwear 20 pct. Ofi
1 . P. WUERTH CO.
V~ W eh;rE mre than -m for our clean ing.
Oun\VR K B t s IET R. N o Odor. Try u:

Hay ley'.
slpvcialty.

SALE

I 'illi,~nrTAn up-tvdate hwi~go
1T~i1IJiI ~ Fall Millinery ait popuL
prices.' Hair' GooN
Bell Phone 13904 E. E. HAYLEY, 206 E. Liberty Stre

1711 P

CLOSE!

l e :lung and Dyei jWorks
J. -A. COREY, Proprietor. Tel. 1 534-L
Packavct S#. 925. N. Vriit..

THE HOUSE OF STANDARD QUALITY
Designers of MI en's Clothes

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Y t ak Called for and, Delitvered.

C. 0. lrvoormmes, Proprietor

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VI' There's less than a month
to order your
$181to$40,
SITY TOGGERY SIP
II N .AIDE" CLOTHES

HENRY & CO.

711 N: Uni

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the W*orld's Star Hosiery
"zllE KIND THAT WVEARi59"
rty ad Str.gth C~ubted. Agency at W1 E. Liberty
r1de °L~. l d OrvotBldg., cr. Stt, mabd Lib.zy. J'ntrunce nii

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IN THIS iCOLUMN ARE TO RE
PbAID FOR IN ADVANCE.

We are never undersoid. Goodyear
~Dru;g Store. ' 7.2',

For
sui
the
phi

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FOR RENT. IFR.E 11 LAWS WILLj VOTE FOR
____________ I -PLACE TO HOLD - NQIJT
Rent-If you move-There's a.j "Where shaillNwe hold our banquet,"
ite at 832 E. University. Every- Iwsh i usinta aetpb
ng modern. Call and see it, or{
one 320-. 9798tore a mreeting of the fresh laws yes-
_____ ___________________I terday. Put-in-Bay, Toledo,. Detroit
W AWTED and Ann Arbor. are the places under
_____ _____________________consideration.
ted-Two hundred boarders at The question will be settled . by al-
inter's Restaurant on N. Univer-l lowying each member to state his
.y avenue. Open next week. We ' choice. One member from each of
mbino quick 'service with the the"Aree sections, into which the

"His praise is lo
who waits till all cor
mend.""
Of the miany wI
~nk it, there are fe
who do not sing d
'rissof

on the market.

97 claszs is divided, will solicit the'vote of
-each man in his section.
'A committee of eight was appointed
od to act as ushers at the Washin-ton
St. 1 birthday exercises this afternoon.

=--Student representatives.C C
G. C. Maedel, 619 Liberty
ard if ret-urned to 702 S. Sk

a9t6

The best guitar or mandolin for you
to buy is made by the world's famed
Martin factory. See and try these
beautiful instruments at &,haeberle
and Son's Music Hlouse.
tf

Jeffersonlan Society Mfolds Melin .
Je-ffersonian society had 'a good at-
tendance at their meeting last night.
The subject of the debate was "Resolv-
edf that the Federal Judges should be;
elected by Popular Vote." Thel- --
mainder of the program consistedi of
talks by James W. Avery on the "Re-
lation of Attorney and Client," George
A. Cram, on "Recent AmrericaiiLeg;-
1 aton on Judicial Decisions," and M.
!H. Moffett, on "Ambulance Chasers."

'in order to facilitate the positing o'
notices which have to do with the op-
era, a s-pecial bullinaboard"Lhas beex:r
placed in the Union which will be se
solely for opera notices. Theye"
board has beenz hung; over the hasebjals
fo isn) o^ the old bulleti.board ant.
is Oxp ected to be of material use
to the co mimnttee chairmena in ani-
nouncingwo and in kee-pngmom-
hers of the cast posted..
P().CL . 4eo MU1tALT TO
- SP&EAK A'.9- PURI)UE TUESDAY
Prof. C. L. de Muralt, of the elec-
trical engineering department, has
gone to Purdue, -where he will lecture
on "The Electrification of Steamn Rail-
ways." Prof. de Muralt has been in
Toooo on business since Tuesday,
andi from there he left for Purdue
Thursdy nigt. He is expected to

If -srI 'WOENERECT
AEM-ORIAL TO JAM1TORESS.
The women of the university have
purchased a mirror 24 x 60 inches
which will be placed in the basement
of Parbour gyr__nasium as a memorial
to "Maggie" Johnson, the janitoress
=Yiho died C uirn. the Christm'as vaca-
The mirror is to be bordered with
a six inch oaks frame and an appropri-
ate silver plate will be fastened to it
on which the following inscription will
be engraved:
"In memory of the faithful services
of Margaret Johnson as janitoress of
this gyhmnasiuma during the years 1906
to 11212, the collegre girls have placed
vlus to'--m of. their affection."
ld~1r~)Dsous Current Topics.
NWeh)ster ,society held their weekly
mneetin -last night and discussed cur-
rant topics. The principal feature of
the viregram wias a discussion in the
forum of a debate on t e" act passed by
Ccngre ; s , discriminating in favor of
A::erican vesel~s doln , coastwise
trade through the.Panama canal.

V

Get a pipe-rand j o
in the chorus..
goes like th is-"Stec
tempting fragrant(
such delightful ncl
ness, such satisfyiri
smoothness was nevf
known before."

TOT1$
TOeAOCO

'They all like it. Take her a ,box
his week end. Martha Washington
andy at University Pharmacy. Sat.

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BIGi rILSuits And Overcoats
Sweaters and Sweinter Vests at 20 pct. dfscoun't. Menis Si'ngle I
All colored jIl s hicL T~nj the warld iamrjus anhattan and Eclips-Shuts,
S1,9 'K Shirt at S .85 $2.00 Suitt 441.51
$1.50 61 66$1.20 $2.50."66 $1.85
$3.00 Shirt at $2,25'

'rousers 20

for $1.00

Reule.,

Nis -

Rill

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