THE MICHIGAN LAILY
For Chapped Hands
GO THE PRICES
oval Sale Now On
uits and Overcoats Divided in Two Lots
/2 off--1/3 off
BLUE & BLACKS 1-4 OFF
ODD PANTS 20% OFF
Best thing you ever put on your
hands or face. - Get it at
PHA RMAC Y
We are compelled to give you
this great opportunity of all Suits
and Overcoats 1-3 off, Furnishings
20%; Bags and Suit Cases 20%.
VADHAMS & CO.
121-123 So. flain St.
5s & Mechanics Bank
5 South Main Street
fits . . $75,000
Irbor Savings Bank
oo,ooo Surplus $ioo,ooo
iking Business Transacted
ck, Pres., Michael J. Fritz,
Harriman, Vice-Pres., Carl F.
h'r, Wm. Waltz, Asst. Cash'r
uedcaRS j1g aRn
and Main Sts.
enient Place for Your
The newest material is a
thick, soft, rough finished
cloth, with subdued plaids
woven into the back.
can't imagine what,
overcoat this material
A. F. Marquardt
516 William Street
'he Reliable Laundry
onsible for your laundry linen.
tear your linen, but mends it.'
t promise to sew on buttons, but does it.
ABLE LAUNDRY wants your trial to show that it is Reliable.
tnxious to serve you. Prompt service.'
215 S. Fourth Ave..
Harley F. Schanck, of the university
school of music, will furnish special
music for tonight's meeting of the Up-
per Room Bible class, at 7:00 o'clock.
Dr. Iden will discuss the topic of.
-C. . Fischer has been elected man-
ager of the fresh lit basketball team,
in place of J. H. Adams, who resigned.
-H. A. Wilson, '13H, has been ap-
pointed assistant surgeon to the Mich-
igan United Lines Co., in Lansing.
-Rabbi Louis Bernstein, of St. Jos-
eph, Mo., will speak to the Jewish stu-
dents at 6:45 o'clock Sunday night, in
McMillan hall. Rabbi Bernstein's sub-
ject will be "A Religion of Service.
-Utilization of local taleilt will fea-
ture the new policy of the Commerce
club in the selection of speakers for
its bi-weekly sessions. Arrange-
ments are being made to have a local
business man speak at the next meet-
ing, which occurs Tuesday night.
-President Blaisdell,. of Alma Col-
lege, was a visitor at the university
the early part of the week.
-R o b b e r dances, in which the
dance cards will be ignored, will fea-
ture the annual fresh lit dance to be
held in Barbour gymnasium, from
2:30 to 5:30 o'clock this afternoon..
Preident Harry B. Hutchins and Mrs.
Hutchins, Dean John R. Effinger and.
Mrs. Effinger, Registrar A. G. Hall and
Mrs. Hall and Dean Myra B. Jordan
will chaperone the party. The sale of
tickets, which is confined to fresh lits,
is limited to 200 couples.
-Jeffersonian law debating society
elected the following officers yester-
day for the ensuing semester: Presi-
dent, L. H. Kranz, '15L; vice-president,
N. H. Goldstick, '15L; secretary, N. B.
Kelly, '17L; treasurer, J. E. Wheeler,
'17L; sergeant-at-arms, J. T. Sloan,
-Owing to a mistake in last Thurs.
day's Daily, an article to the effect that
Laurence A. McKenny, '16E, was mar-
ried, should have read Laurence A.
-Prof. Edward D. Jones,.of the econo.
mics department, will give an address
on, "The Consumer and the High Cost
of Living," at a meeting of the Ann
Arbor branch of the Association of
Collegiate Alumnae, at . 3:00 o'clock
today, at the home of Mrs. James F.
Breakey, 1052 Baldwin Ave.'
-N. S. Hardikar, grad., will speak at
a meeting of the Cosmopolitan club
'at 4:00 o'clock tomorrow afternoon
in the club rooms. The subject of
his talk will be "India and the Present
-Junior hop tickets were sold to more
than 40 seniors and faculty men yes-
terday. The total sales to date ap-
proximate 200. Chairman R. C. Jeter,
'16E, said last night that those who
intend going should purchase their
admission cards early, since the at-
tendance will be limited to 300 couples
-Webster law debating society elected
the following officers at the meeting
held last night: President, Albert J.
Michelson, '16L; vice president, W. A.
Neithercut, '16L; secretary, Paul G.
Eger, '16L; critic, Walker Peddicord,
'16L; parliamentarian, George 0. Claa-
sen, '15L; treasurer, J. C. Leonard,
'17L; delegate, Thomas H. Westlake,
'16L; sergeant-at-arms, Joseph H. Col-
lier, spec. L; reporter, E. P. Reid, '17L.
-Second preliminary tryouts for the
Coming next week
"Romance of a Poor Young Man"
"Wild Animals at Large" (with
"The Threads of Destiny" (with
Evelyn Nesbit Thaw).
ES & NICKELS
The only Studio on the Campus
Photographers Por The MICIIIGANENSIAN
Table Cooking Sets
The House of Famous Plays by Famous
"As a Man Sows." Five parts.
Mon.-Tues, Jan. 18-19
Theodore Roberts in "The Circus
Man." Author G. B. McCutchon
Wed., Jan, 20
Mary Pickford in "Such a Little
Saturday, January 16
"The Trouble Maker," Essanay
Comedy. "The Price of Silence,"
Kalem two part drama. Also Vit-
agraph comedy and Hearst-Selig
Monday, January 18
"Unrest," two part Selig drama.
"A Mother's Way," Biograph
drama. "One Traveler Returns,"
Selig drama. Also Kalem comedy.
Mid-west debating'squad will be held
from 9:30 o'clock to 12:00 o'clock this
morning, in room 302, north wing of
University hall. About five men of the
15 selected at the last tryout will be
eliminated this forenoon.
SENIOR LITS TURN OUT STRONG
TO RETAIN BASKETBALL TITLE
Enough men turned out at the Ann
Arbor Y. M. C. A. building yesterday
afternoon to make up two teams and
a substitute for the senior lit basket-
ball team, in their first practice of the
new year. Last year's . champions
showed an evident intention of keep-
ing the basketball trophy in their pos-
session, when every one of last year's
five reported among the eleven pres-
ent at the gym.
Work for the first day was mild, so
as not to stiffen the men before the
actual training season, which begins
with the second semester.
PROFESSOR DOWRIE TO OFFER
NEW COURSE IN ECONOMICS
In response to a demand on the part
of upper classmen who have time for
but one or two courses in economics,
Professor Dowrie is offering for the
second semester, a three hour course
in current economic problems. The
new course is to be known as Political
Economy 2a, being a continuation of
la, the first semester course in eco-
nomic principles The lecture and
quiz sections are scheduled for the
same rooms and hours as were an-
nounced for the first semester course.
Olive Hartley Recovering from Injury
.University hospital authorities re-
port that Olive Hartley, '18, who frac-
tured her leg while coasting, Wed-
nesday night, is improving.
Scholastic Trouble Causes Withdrawal
Scholastic difficulties were declared
to be responsible for the withdrawal
of J. A. Oppenheimer's name as a can-
didate for interscholastic manager,
which appears in a communication
elsewhere in this paper.
"The Other Woman,"
Chafing Dishes, Coffee
Percolators, and all accessories for
Gas does the work quicker and
better, than Electricity.
Concealed floor connection under
the table making the outfit entirely
For use with Gas.
WASUTENAW GAS COMPANY
vice and durability, built on the lines of fashionable Tailor-
you will find in the Myles productions.
Our own Tailors and our own Workshops
is earned through greater strength; ability
to think quickly and act while thinking;
through the possession of muscular power,
prowess, and endurance that enable an athlete
to defeat his opponent.
is more nourishing than meat. It possesses
all the elements of whole wheat that con-
tribute to tissue-strengthening and the building
of brain, bone and brawn.
Brains and bodies nourished by SHREDDED
WHEAT meet emergencies, tests and crises
as they should-be met-victoriously.
618 E.. LIBERTY STREET
II Hore-MBde Candies
TH E CREST
302 So. Main Street
Makes Your Hands like Velvet
Mann's Benzoin Cream has a marvellous effect on the skin.
Two or three applications will remove the roughness, and
by its occasional use the skin acquires the smoothness and
softness of a baby's.
Delightful after Shaving. Price 15 cents
MANN'S DRUG STORE 213 . han street
PhF e 7l
"All the Meat of the Golden Wheat"
Made only by
The Shredded Wheat Company,
Niagara Falls, N. Y.
We make suits for both'
LADIFS and GENT'S
ALSO make over-garments in con-
nection with our dress-making
department. Come in and try
us. Evening gowns a specialty.
J. J. SCHANTZ
I BA RG AI N S
We have a few Trial Machines
which we offer at greatly reduced
prices on the easiest of terms. Will
be glad to have you try them.
We rent typewriters, too.
ROYAL TYPEWRITER CO. INC.
A. H.cOrLN, Resident Salesman
Phone 2282 1314 So..University Avenue
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.
Buy your Mazda lamps at Switzer's,
310 S. Sate.'tf
University Ave. Pharmacy Fountain
Pens and Students Supplies. tf
We have secured the services of
Victor Allmendinger who has a
utation of being a first class Pi
Tuner and Regulator: We can guar
tee satisfaction. Phone 1707 Grin
Bros., 120 and 122 E. Liberty St.
522 Holmes Taxicab Co. 522.
"We'll be there."
OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE
University Ave. Pharmacy
Washington Candy, Cigars, Ci
122 E. Liberty
ede's Book Store
Parties who desire to rent Country
Club for dances, call M. E. Slater at
Sheehan's Bookstore. Phone 95. 79-80
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