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'1I CHIGAN L

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an d SE E
Year's Offering

C. &K.
It's
vA Bird

Have You Seen c. &K.
The New Hat?. A _Bird

STRIKING REDUCTIO

ON ALL SUITS' AND OVERCOATS

ON

It's just in from the C. & K. Shops.
Now on display i n o u r Window

ON

TS AND OVERCOATS
BLACKS INCLUDE!]

11 1

Tiner &Company
CUR. S. STATE-and WILLIAM STS,

Other radical reductions throughout our entire
stocks.
All stiff and soft bats, ;Stetson's excepted,
------- --_ _ discount 25%,
Caps-----------icut20%
All Seaer-----------20c%0off
All Fleece Lined Gloves---------200 off
Bath Robes and House Coats---- off
Leather Goods------------- ------25 % off
AlIl.OO00Shirts--------------------- 85c
All $1.58 Manhattan Shirts------- at $1.15
$2.00 now $1.38 $3.00 now $2.25

- U-m"W
ies

AptelI & Co.

Dress .Suit

ieterle will make it for you.
way you want it. Drop into
and get the advantage of big
les.

94
DETROIT

Fort St. West

I Roasted
tits
a ms l~c

214 S. Main St.

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LET

10 GB EN
WAKE YOU IN TIME FOR
YOUR EIGHT O'CLOCK :
hfer Jewelry Co.
State Street Jewelers

NEXT ISKUE, OF COSMOPOLITAN
STDENT TO BEAT SIZE RECORD
Contains lilore Than 100 Pages; Gives
Proceedings. of Columbus
Convention
Copies of the convntinnuber of
the Cosmoplitgn St dent will be plac-
ed on sale' Fbruary 1.; ,The number
will contain the chif speeches'of the
convention and the entire proceedings
of the meetings. It will contain more
than 100 pages, being the largest numur-
ber of the Student ever published.
Among those whose speeches will
appear in the convention number are:
Pres. W. 0. Thompson 'of Ohio State
University; Dr. Charles W., Dabney,
president of the University of Cnci-
nati; Prof. °J. A. C. Hildner of the Uni-
versity of Michigan; Herbert A. Miller
of :Oberlin college; Prof. Joseph A.
Leighton, of Ohio State University;
Dr. John Mez, president of the Inter-
national Corda Fratres and the Rev.
Washington Gladden, of Columbus, 0.
Editor Fred B. ,loulk, '13=16L, has
secured several noted men as new con-
tributors to the Student. They are:
President David Starr Jordan, of, Le-
land Stanford University; Edwin A.
Mead, director of the World's Peace
Foundation ; Albert G. Bryant, organ-
izing director of the same organization,
and Rabbi Alexander L. Lyons of New
York.
State -Medic Assocatiou Meets Here
Ann Arbor will be the scene of the
meeting of the council of the Michi-
gan State Medical association on Janu-
ary 20. Dr. Reuben Peterson, of the
university hospital staff, is president
of the association, which 'has a mem-
bership of more than 2,000. The coun-
cil, which numbers 12, will arrive on
the 19th and will be entertained the
evening of that day by Dr. Peterson.
195 Lits Start Basketball Practice
With an eye to the retention of the
honors won last year, the senior lits,
last year's campus 'basketball cham-
pions, will start at 4:00 o'clock this
afternoon on their pre-season practice
at the Ann Arbor Y. M. C. A. Hereaf-
ter it is planned to have regular prac-
tice sessions for the team at this hour
on Fridays, while 2:30 o'clock will see
the champions on the floor on Tuesday
afternoons.
Webster society will meet on the
third floor of the law building at 6:45
o'clock tonight for the election of offi-
cers.
Candidates for fresh engineer bas-
ketball team will hold a meeting at
city Y. M. C. A. at 7:30 o'clock tonight.

Now is the time to have
prints made from those
old negatives and put
them in one of our new,
"M' Scrap Books. Just i
and the best ever- 95c.
$r .25 and $1. 5o. Prints
on Cykco Paper 3c. 4c.-5c.
,S(I t s faction Guaranteed.
Hop pes Studio
619 E. Liberty St.
Phode 1078 J

After the Theatre or Mov

VISIT THE SUGAR BOWL
FOR .REFRESHMENTS-

$4.00 now $2.85

REULE, CONLIN FIEGEL

I

Temple Theatre

The Sugar Bowl
I 109 S. MAIN STREET

$2.50 now $1.88

,

GET YOUR

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THURS., JAN. 14-PERILS OF
. AULINE. (Last Story)
Fri., Jan. 15-"On the Stroke 75".
(With Naimi Childers).
"The Master Key". (With Robert
Leonard and Ella Hall).
Coming Next Week-'Wild Ani-
mials at Large.
Orpheum Theatre
Wed., Jan. 13-Mai y Pickford in
"Eagles Mate,, (rebooking)
Thurs. and Fri., Jan. 14-15-
Florence Reed in "The Danc-
ing Girl" Author:- Henry
Arthur..Jones.
Sat., Jan. 16-Open.
Girls Orchestra All Week.
Arcade Theatre
Thursday, January 14
Varied Program, including a two.
part Vitagraph Comedy, "Bun-
ny's Little Brother," "A Gyp-
sy Madcap" an Edison Drama
and others.
Friday, January 15
"A Venetian Night" an ALCO
production 'staged by the fa-
mous MAX REINHARDT.
FOR SALE-A plat of ground with
124 ft. frontage by 132 ft. deep in the
first block south of campus. Very
desirable for a fraternity house site.
Inquire 619 E. U. Ave. 79
FOR RENT-Desirable, furnished
front suite.' Moderate, warm. Also
single room block from campus.
Next semester. Call mornings. 437
Maynard St. 79
W~ANTED-Copies of Michigan Daily
for Nov. 26. 5c per .copy. Leave at
Daily office today. 79
WANTED-It is a pleasure to explain
to self supporting students what we
can offer for, summer vacation. See
Mr. Smithson today. 1568-M. 527 E.
Liberty. 79

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$3.50 now $2.65

.....ate'.

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Prize Mo ney in

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Window Cards
- AND -
Dance Programs,
Printed by
DAVIS & OIILINGER
PROMPT PRINTERS
109-111 E. WASHINGTON PHONE 432-1

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PRICES

NSLE
Second Floor

lents to fill
tables. There
s at the table
At the Linda
77-8-9

P !
C"ercie May P'resent Play ini Detroit
Mr. H. K. Wvhite, president of the
Alliance Francais of Detroit, recently
paid a visit to Mr. H. V. Wan direc-
tor of the Cercle Francais, with a view
to arranging for a presentation of "Les
Deux Sourds" in Detroit. This play,
which was given before the Cercle at
a previous entertainment, according to
the plans of Mr. WVhite, will be only
a part of a "Soiree Ann Arbor," to be
held February 12, in the Pontchartrain
Hotel.
Parties who desire to rent Country
Club for dances, call M. E. Slater at
Sheehanl's Bookstore. Phone 95. 79-80

TflUITRKISI BLEDGGR T
MenRe ad 0;18:ye
Liggett d f eBfoacOC.
21~2 Fifth Atuenue,
NeW 'York(CityJ.
I nt a .nann Idr:.but wiw yhearts tha
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1xbn2Ie tealce t teaches fivto'w
isth r eatest of tcensive after 9.1 ol
Smokig exeriene 2sthe9kts omore ext-' rettes~ and tot9
aa lJ stog thes t ca e n " u-ksh blend esacwd aha ot
pra.mae erlUf1e ~~been
et t e b st h ro z m t ati a a ll tsO c r rafl , e. an d . F atim a s tn already,
tped" g iatts S hodntm, uks.Blend' eta h el
Fa rnfendser sic.oi te aetelast words in inividu~ali~ty
gnow, that Fccata Gigaretteghsfomtharera
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p.S. s , rize, p le tas e th e s p 0. 0 i e
p..In the evgent m a d. h-n Muinrs
Te $500 Prize
$500 will be paid to the college student who sends
the best original advertisement for Fatima cigar
This ad. published before June 1, 191, In the meantime, for each a
A publish we will pay the writer $5. Illustrate your
in the $500 Fatima you cn, but if you can't draw, then use your kod
describe your idea.
Advertising Con- Prize will be awarded by a committee of three.x
test s th W~r O ient advertising men. L. B. Jones, Adv. Mgr..,
test isthewor of man Kodak Co., F. R. Davis, Adv. Dept. Ge,
Mr. Clayton R. Elect ric Co., and J. George Frederick, Editor of A
uising & Selling.
Pallan, University
of Michigan., ~4j 212 Fifth Ave., New Yorl
F ThETUJSHBLN
Contest 8-B

VITA' for a student who
e to mnake part of expen-
Zewadski and Evanson,
ate St. 7
Mazda lamps at Switzer's,
tr
.s Taxi Co. 522. "Back of
eod Fri
RISING SALE-All Cloth-
;aans, Overcoats, Suits,
hing Goods and Hats at

522 Holmes Taxicab Co. 522.

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University Ave. Phrmiacy Fountain
Pens andi Students Stipplies. tf
For the best J. Hop service. Phone
Taxi 2880. tf
In future all cars stop at Goodyear
Drug Store. tf
University Ave. Pharmacy Drugs
a;nd. Toilet -Articles. Phone 416. tf1

Don't "Bring Up the Rear"'
when "the bunch" =begins singing the latest popular songs.
Learn them now! They'll cheer you up
during exam time.

III

Ill.

OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE

GRINNELL'S

122 E. Liberty

STORE,

Get that 10c San Marco-cigar Sat. or University Ave. Pharmacy
Sun. for 5 cents at Sugden Drug Co., Washington Candy, Cigars, Ci
302 S. State St. eod Wed and Tobacco.

ngton St.

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New

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Theatre

Washington

Under the management of "The Three of Us": Stanchfield, ILewis, and Slus5ky.

~best

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