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THE ,XICHIGAN DAILY.

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FRATERNITY JEWELERS AND STATIONERS

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CLEAN-UP SALE
OF BROKEN SIZES AT

j ewelers, Stationers, Opticians and Fraternity Jewelers
207-211 WOODWARD AVENUE, DETROIT

SPRING

SUITS

SEE WINDOW
FOR P R.ICES

"Purfield's"
119 South Main Street

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ParJace of Sweets
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Attention to 'rahterrnities
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ON MAIN STREET

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Typewriter Rep arirng

Phone 1361-u

I will meet or beat any price made on a typewriter, sale or rental.

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D. F. WOODWARD
Arbor Saviegs Rank RId-. Se'ond Floor

Ann Arbor.Mich.

The ChbbHouse
209 Sosuth State Street

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Gives Clean, Wholesome Board at

$4.00 per Week.
Water.

Safe Drinking

C. C. Freenm. Proprietor
IRRY! There's less than a month
to order your

LABOR AUTHORITY
TO WORK IN CITY
Fred H. Rindge, of New York city,
industrial secretary of the Internation-
al Y. M. C. A., arrived in the city yes-
terday morning as guest of the local
associations. lie will spend two or
three days giving lectures to students
and working with the foreign employ-
ees in local factories. Mr. Rindge has
a national reputation for his efficient
work with the foreign labor class, and
for his quick method of teaching En-
glish.
A varied program has been planned
for his work here. Last night he held
a meeting of Greek bootblacks at the
city Y. M. C. A. where he gave an il-
lustrative lesson in English. He will
depend upon three or four university
students continuing the lessons once
a week. This noon, he will meet vari-
ous employers of Ann Arbor at a ban-
quet at the Y. M. C. A., at which he
is to describe his methods and secure
permission to work in the local factor
ies. He is also to address two of Prof.
W. D. Henderson's classes in physics
today.
Main attention will be given by Mr.
Rindge to the engineers, since they
will have more or less to do with for-
eign labor. He will talk tonight at
a meeting of the Civil Engineer's soci-
ety and tomorrow morning at 9:00
o'clock he 'will address Dean M. E..
Cooley's class in public utilities. To-
morrow morning he will also address
Prof. C. I. Cooley's class in problems
of sociology at 10:00 o'clock, and the
weekly assembly of engineers at 11:00
o'clock.
All students who are interested in
the work and who wish to take part
in forming plans for a permanent con-
tinuation of his work will meet Mr.
Rindge at Newberry hall tomorrow
night at 7:00 o'clock.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
Senior lits will hold an important
meeting Thursday afternoon at 4:00
o'clock in Tappan hall.
Fresh engineer relay tryouts be-
tween 2:30 and 5:00 o'clock Tuesday
and Wednesday. Report to Assist.
Coach Douglas.
Dr. IH. N. Whitford will give an illus-
trated lecture o "Forests of Philip-
pine Islands" in museum lecture room
today at 4:15 o'clock.
Commerce club banquet at Michi-
gan Union tonight at 7:30 o'clock.
Dean M. E. Cooley will speak instead
of J. F. O'Hara.
Willard Behan, Assist. Chief Engi-
neer of the Lake Shore railroad, will
lecture on the "Engineering Man" at
4:00 o'clock in room 348 engineering
building today.
Rev. Frank Bachelor will speak
this afternoon in Newberry hall on
"The Secret of Prayer." Time 4:30
o'clock.
All candidates for battery positions
on 1913 Varsity baseball team meet in
trophy room at Waterman gym this
evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Foresters club meets Wednesday ev-
ening, room 407 engineering building
at 7:30 o'clock. C. J. Conover will
speak on "Klamoth National Forest of
California."
Soph lit dinner at Michigan Union
Thursday night.
Important meeting of soph engineers
in room 311 engineering building this
afternoon at 4:30 o'clock.
Regular meeting of Botanical club
at 8:00 o'clock this evening in room
106.

ALL-TIME ELEVEN
PICKED BY YOST
Coach Fielding 11. Yost has picked
what he considers an all time All-
American football eleven for a De-
troit newspaper and his selection of
the greatest football players of Amer-
ican history is interesting in the ex-
treme to Michigan followers of the
gridiron sport.
On his first team Yost picks three
former Maize and Blue playeis, in-
cluding Heston at left halfback, Schultz
at center and Snow at right end. Mc-
Gugin at left guard and T. Hammond
at left tackle are his selections for the
second eleven.
Yost sets forth in detail the reasons
for his choosing the team selected, but
as the names he has placed on the
team stand forth as the brightest in
all history, it is apparent why they
were chosen.
His teams follow:
First Eleven
Hinkey (Yale) ..............Lc. L'End
DeWitt (Princeton) ...... Left Tackle
Heffelinger (Yale)....... Left Guard
Schultz (Michigan)...........Center
Hare (Pennsylvania) .... Right Guard
Cutts (Harvard) .......Right Tackle
Snow (Michigan)........Right End
Daly (Harvard) ........Quarterback
Heston (Michigan) .... Left Halfback
Kelly (Princeton) .... Right Halfback
Coy (Yale) ............... Fullback
Second Eleven
Shevlin (Yale).............Left End
Hart (Princeton) ........ Left Tackle
McGugin (Michigan) .... Left Guard
Glass (Yale) .........,.......Center
Tipton (West Point) .... Right Guard
Hillebrand (Princeton) ..Right Tackle
Campbell (Harvard) ...... Right End
Eckersall (Chicago) .... Quarterback
T. Hammond (Michigan) Left Halfback
Weekes (Columbia) .. Right Halfback
Brooke (Pennsylvania) ..... Fullback
In some instances Yost might have
made different selections or he might
have placed certain of his second team
men on the first eleven, but after all
he probably knows as much football
as anyone in the country, and his judg-
ment is not to be dealt with lightly.
ADS IN THIS COLUMN ARE TO BE
PAID FOR IN ADVANCE.
WANTED
Wanted-Student representatives.Good
pay. G. C. Maedel, 619 Liberty St.
Wanted-One or more live men to so-
licit for most widely advertised Easy
Chairs in the country. If you are
working your way through aid have
spare time, you should be able to
make $500.00 before school closes.
Write Sales Manager-Royal Chair
Co., Sturgis, Mich. 99-101-103
LOST.
Lost-Between Monroe and Main Sts.
gold pendant set with four pearls,
Greek letters, Dlta U on face. No-
tify 721 Monroe St. 948-L. Reward.
99
Lost-Will person who took raincoat
with gloves in it, from library last
Friday evening please return to
same place. 99
During college a student's home is
his room or suite of rooms. Therefore
it is the effort of every student to
make his room as homelike as possi-
ble. Most effectively does he succeed
if he buys his desk, table, chairs a

WHY?7

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OuR WORK IS BETTER. No Od r. Try i.

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Cl en ng and Dyein iWorks
J. A. GREY, Proprietor. Tel. 1634L

711 Packard St.

925. N. Univ. Ave.

Work Caled for and Delvered.
I*An tp-to date showing of
Hayleys Millinery Fall Millinery at popular
prices Hair GoOf1s a
specialty. Bell Phone 1390-J E. B. HAYLEY, 206 B. Liberty Street
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THE HOUSE OF STANDARD QUALITY
Designers of Men's Clothes

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711 N. University

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$18 to $40

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-KAHN-MADE" CLOTHES

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Perfection in Candy Makin
is reached only in the choice new packages of LIGGETT BRAND of
Chocolates.
It has been aptly said of them. "A taste and you want more." Lig-
gett'S Chocolates are smooth. delicious, pure, delicately flavored and
delightfully assorted, filling every requiremen~t of a high grade confec-
tion. New fresh goods, guaranteed in perfect condition have just ar-
rived and we urge you to come in and examine the line.
80c and $1.00 pe'r pound. Sold only at
THE REXALL DR.UG STORKE
E C. EDSILL, P oprletor
122 So. Main Street Prescrip ion Speelekists

See the World's Star Hosiery
"[HE KIND THAT WEARS"
Beauty and Strength Combined. Agency at 626 E. Liberty
Gertrude L. Rudd (GrovesBldg.,cor.State and Liberty. Entrance en Lib-
erty Up tair, Rom 1.PHONE 839-L
3063 Men Averaged $1.12 per hour Profit. 331
Men Each Made sales Amounting to More Than
$1000.00. Salesman's Spe-
VM -d - Icialties are not Sold in-Stores.

"Ons'

You
CAN MAKE AS MUCH
AS THE AVERAGE
MANPERHAPS MORE

For Territory and Farther Partic-
ulars see
H. E. McClenah an,

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102-12th St.

Phone 921

Billiard
Record Smashers

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OFFICIAL PRINTERS TO THE UNIVERSITY
AND
Printers of Student Publications

S th, i, y11 "Cute" to come in and order some Spring
Cio ties. Q Ttiere is no time like the present and there is no
present like a New Suit for you to buy for yourself. ( We
know all the "Points" of making Clothes that fit and want to
cone ince y( u of the fact by making your next suit. Q, We will
appreciate a cl1], Q' The Well Grooimnd Men" of today all
claim that "The Record Smasher" for Fine Tailoring is

See Us when you want something fine in Dance
and Banquet Programs.

Press Building

Telephone 27

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J. Karl Malcolm,

604 East
Liberty St.

The best guitar or mandolin for you1
to buy is made by the world's famed
Martin factory. See and try these
beautiful instruments at Schaeberle
tand Son's Music House.
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CARRICK THEATRE
DETRO IT
H. H. FRAZEE Presents
The Silver Wedding
With THOMAS A. WISE

All cars in the future will
Goodyear Drug Store.

stop at Martin Haller's, dealer in Furniture,
] tf Rugs, and Draperies. 99-100

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BIG REDUCTION SALE on all Winter Suits and Overcoats

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Men's Sweaters and Sweater Vests at 20 pct. discount.
All colored shirts including the world famous Manhattan and Eclips Shirts
$1.00 Shirt at $ .85 $2.00 Shirt at $1.55
$1.50 " " $1.20 $2.50 " " $1.85
$3.00 Shirt at $2.25

Mens Single Trousers 20 pet. off.

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