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One Fourth Off

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ASK ANY COLLEGE OR HIGH SCHOOL MAN
WHO MEASURES UP TO HIS IDEAL IN STYLES

ON ALL

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Year's Offering

UCTION

MACKINAW COATS, SOO and R. & W. COATS
Get yours while the assortment is good

THE ANSWER WILLL INVARIABLY BE
L, ADLER'S ROCHESTER CLOTHES

OVERCOATS

TINKER

&

CO.

INCLUDED

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Whether you want to dress smartly or
conservatively, our L. ADL R'S CLOTItES
can take care of you in either case.
Wonderful showing in Suits, Balmacaans
and Overcoats. Prices $18, $20, and $25.

COR. STATE ond.WILL.IAM STS.

h Clothes

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& co.

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Store,
rnard.

WM. E. DIETERLE

-Russell A. Yerington, '15E, was mar-
ried to Gertrude May Thomas of this
city, last Tuesday evening. The cere-
mony was performed in the Church of
Christ, by Rev. George Knepper. The
bride is a senior in the Ann Arbor
high school. After Yerington's grad-
uation in February, the couple will live
in Pittsburg.
-Tickets will soon be on sale for the
pre-exam dance to be offered at the
Union, January 22, with music furnish-
ed by the Wright Saxophone orches-
tra. Special features, decorations, and
refreshments are being arranged.
-Hallouk Fikret, assistant in Dean
M. E. Cooley's office, has recently re-
ceived word from Turkey, that his
uncle, Dr. Hikmet, of Constantinople,
has gone to the front in Germany and
Austria to work in the Red Cross hos-
pitals. The doctor who has had charge
of several large hospitals in Constan-
tinople, is accompanied by 30 assist-
ant doctors.
-3faurice Deiches, '01L, a New York
lawyer, is one of the principal figures
in the German-American passport
scandal, which is at present being'
given publicity throughout the coun-
try.
-Although no definite report of the
number of Red Cross stamps sold in
the state of Michigan the past Christ-
mas season has been given out, those
in' charge of the campaign predict an
increase over last year's total.

NOW is the time to have
prints made from those
old negatives and put
them in one of our new
'M' Scrap Books. Just in
and the best ever- 95c.
$1.25 and $1.50. Prints
on Cyko Paper 3c. 4c. 5c.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Hoppe's Studio
619 E. Liberty St.
Phone 1078 J

PHOMS 147-

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Reule, Conlin, Fiegel Co.

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200-202 So. Main St.

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PREKETEES SWEETS AR]
the best because they are manufactured, of ti
best materials and under our supervisio
Xe give you quick service in our fountain drinks a
lunches.
SUGAR BOWL

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Temple Theatre

Fri., Jan. 8-When the Gypsy
Hates.

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logy
214 S. Main St.

Sat., Jan. g-The Real
(Mary Pickford).

Agatha

Coming Next Week-The Master

Orpheum Theatre

V'4

aat
-tiolli.. you

rson guessing the
south window.

Fri., Jan &-Cameo Kirby (Dun-
stan Farnum). By Booth Tark-
ington and Chas. Goddard.
Sat., Jan. 9-Farrell McDonald
(Bessie Barriscale).

Jewelry

co.

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PISCOPAL MINISTER SPEAKS
TO UNION SUNDAY GATHERING

Ho! Ho!
he day
you;
t same day,
won you.

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1Dr.

J. B. Pengelly of Flint Comes Here
With Recommendation and
Wide Reputation

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ary (mray,

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p saying 'Fired!'
sleep and appetite,
I snap a finger,
just once to-day,

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The Mirrolite

Members of the Union will have an
opportunity at 3:00 o'clock Sunday af-
ternoon of hearing' Dr. J. B. Pengelly,
Rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church
of Flint. Dr. Pengelly comes to Ann"
Arbor upon the recommendation of
DeHull N. Travis, who made such a
favorable impression 'at the Sunday
afternoon gathering before vacation.
Dr. Pengelly has a national reputa-
tion as a speaker and worker, especial-
ly among young men. He is constant-
ly' in demand for lecture engagements
all over the country, and the Union 'is
extremely fortunate in being. able to
secure his presence on Sunday.
The committee on musical numbers
is working on that part of the pro-
gram, which will be announced later.
DEATH RECENTLY CLAIMS TWO
PROMINENT MICHIGAN ALUMNI
Word has been received of the death
of James F. Tweedy, '70, at his home
in .New York city. Mr. Tweedy was a'
loyal and interested alumnus, and was
one of the founders of the University
of Michigan club of New York. He
was a stock broker on Wall street,
where he was forced to sever his bus-
iness relations two years ago on ac-
count of ill health.
Michigan lost an alumnus when
Beach Thompson, '89, died suddenly a
short time ago at his home in Menlo
Park, Cal. He was president of sev-
eral electric enterprises in California,
and took an active part in the gold
mining business.

Arcade Theatre
FRI.-SAT., JAN. 8-9.
Mabel Taliaferro in "The Three
of Us." A Five Part ALCO
Feature.
COMIN'G, Wednesday, January
13, "The Seats of the Mighty,"
by Sir Gilbert Parker.
Order, HILL'S SWEET
CIDER Phone 2140
why not have it delivered regular y bi or tri-
waekly? Many do. 'Always fresh. 1o preser-
vatives used. Visit the mill at the orchard.
KENMORE BROOK ORCHARDS
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Fresh laws meet today at'
o'clock, room D, law building.

4:00

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:00 7:so
NOWPLAYING A DAILY MATINEE'
FRIDAY-SATURDAY, January

A perfect combination of lamp, reflector and mir-
with no glare.
It is a handsome brass backed reflector or shade
the bulb shut from view by a mirror. A strong
t comes out around the sides of the mirror with
glare. It is diffused so as to give an, even light on
face close to the mirror. You have no irritations
ne sided lighting.
3t removing the mirror-a very simple operation
DXa have an excellent, portable lamp that will stand
-t table or hang on a wall. It can be put in a suit
and take up little room.

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Members of the Comedy club meet
at Daines and Nickels at 7:00 o'clock
tonight.
SEC. SMITH LEAVES TO ATTEND
('LOSING OF EST:ATE MEETING
Secretary Shirley Smith left yester-
day for Baltimore, Md., to be present
at the final closing of the estate of
the deceased Octavia W. Bates, '77-
'96L-'97LL.M., who died in January,
1912, leaving to the law library of the
University of Michigan, a bequest of
$14,000, and to the general library, the
remainder of the estate, valued at
some $30,000. Secretary Smith will re-
turn next Monday.

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Matinee Prices: 1000 SEATS AT 10c

- FEW RESERVED AT

IT SELLS [OR $2.50

II Welcome Baeck, BoysI

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Night Prices: ENTIRE MAIN FOOR AT 25c. - ENTIRE BALCONY AT 20
U 1First half AN ALL GIRL SHOW : :
Coming Next Week Last hal-Winona Winters, "The Cheer-Up Girl'
GET A COUPON, THEY ARE GOOD FOR 5.. AT WHITNEY MOVIE

NAW [[[CIRIC SHOP
200 E. WASHINGTON STREFT

COME IN AND SPEND YOUR CHRISTMAS
MONEY WITH US.
Send the girl back home some sheet music-
or a new Victrola Record to the old folks.

University Ave. Pharmacy Martha
Washington Candy, Cigars, Cigarettes
and Tobacco. tf 11

GRIN ELL BRS.

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"MARY GRAY" OH BEAUTIFUL
"MARY GRAY" The Waltz Girl in
"Miles of Smiles." The Girl with the.
million dollar personality at the Ma-,
jestic with the "ALL-GIRL-SHOW,"
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Jan. 11,
12, 13, with a daily matinee. 72-7

The McNeil Girls are three
cians who certainly offer a very
number on the French Horn. T1
with the "ALL-GIRL-SHOW"
Majestic, Monday, Tuesday, 'V
day, January 11, 12, 13. DAILY
INEE.

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