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Have you begun to save your cash register
coupons for the Pennsy trip next fall?
Remember the person holding the greatest
total gets a ticket both ways, and two nexthigh-
est get one way tickets. Now is the time to start
saving them. Ask your friends to start saving
them for you. LY N DON

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Cates with eachpurchase.

We still have a nice
assortment of stiff hats which we are
closing out, some quarter off, some one
third off, some half price.
All Caps half price.

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er Suitings,Trousiugs

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RENT

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Malcolm Block

NEW BUILDING MAY
BE READYBY JULY 1
Recent Progress More Than Pronises
Probable Completion' of Work
by Early Summer if
Weather Favors
LECTURE ROOM, SEATING 500,
. PROVIDED WITH NOVEL TABLE
Library and Greenhouse Will Also Be
Installed for Use of Natural
Science Departments
Michigan's new natural science
building will be ready for occupancy
by July 1, according to the most ac-
curate estimate of the date of cor-n

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Factory Hat Store
W. W. MANN, Prop.

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BROADWAY AND JOHN R.
DETROIT
-where the U. of M. spirit
is manifest and "M" men are
taken care of. . Go to The
Edelweiss for your luncheon
when in Detroit, Soc. Also for
y o u r Dinner o r after-the-
theatre Supper. And we nake
a specialty of U. of M. Ban-
quets: Dancing from 6 to 8:30
acsd 16 to 12',-0. Delightful
music -orchestral and voice.
Cuisine unexcelled, and Ser-
vice the best. A royal wel-
come awaits "M" men at any
hour of the day or night at

118 E. Huron St.

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Near Allenel Hotel

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ESS OF THE SEASON
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nd Best Singing Chorus in America
3tinnee Best Seats $1.

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an one w
ience. T
that thee
ned coll
at positio
n the uni'
such plac
.er who h
cretaries

St enog"raphy'
ake very particular in regard to the kind
re- of training such people have had.
Usually they will not consider the
ful application of one who has not been
ice trained by a teacher of wide exper-
ss- ience.
uld 6. The temporary teacher of stenog-
ich raphy who has taken up this work
:tle only as a side issue and who likely
will never teach another class can-
ars not' possibly . have the incentive to
ol- do as thorough work as does the
ial teacher whose professinal success de-
ter pends upon his donig high grade work
ith and on his being able to find desirable
his places for those who take his course.
ex 7. During the past twenty-five years
ege no less than twelve attempts have
ns i been made by such teachers with little
ion or no experience to train college men
ces and women for secretarial positions.
asIn every case these attempts have
as failed and thosetwho have been In-
to duced to take work with such teachers
ver have lost both their time and money.;
in Then, at the end of their college
course, hey ere unfitted for any of
her the desirable places which were avail-
be able.
on By aking the course offered at the
on. School of Shorthand on North Univer-
)re sity Avenue, one will be certain to
se secure the most thorough training
ble possible and be ready for a first-class
ils position whenever one is available,
and will be more likely to secure
en promptly, just the sort of position he
re or she desires.
'15, vice-president; V. E. Culp, grad.,
secretary. During the past semester
the club has increased its member-
ship, and the interest in its meetings.
Members are now looking forward to'
the big banquet to be given in the1
spr ing.

pletion now able to be made. Concrete
work will soon be finished if the
weather continues favorable, and brick
construction, aided by the open win-
ter season, is further advanced than
the contractors anticipated. The high-
est brick tier is now being built,'and
will be surmounted by a terra cotta
coping. Work on plumbing, steam-fit-
ting, window frames and on all other
metal parts is being pursued without
delay.
At the southwest corner of the diag-
onal walk is located the large lecture
room, on which stone and brick work
will soon start. This room will ac-
commodate 500, and is possessed of
an adjoining room. A furnishing of
rather novel character, is the lecture
table which is built in sections, each
of which may be pushed on rollers to
Iay part of the building, to obtain ma-
terial pertinent to the lecture. Stanch-
ions set in the floor, when attached to
the sections will supply the plumbing
and electric necessities. Above the
lecture room, is situated an isolated
and well lighted library, for the, use of
all the departments in the building,
while the greenhouse is located at the
east corner of the south side.
The structure when completed will
have 270 rooms, the main part of which
will be devoted to the departments of
botany, forestry, geology, minerology,
psychology and zoology. The main
part of the building is composed of re-
enforced concrete skeleton frame with
reenforced concrete and terra cotta tile
floors. The exterior brick walls will
be finished with cut stone.
The basement contains roons for the
power and ventilating machinery, and
caves for the use of the various de-
partments. A unit system of waste
pipes, water, gas and compressed air
will be installed which will allow of
any change in plumbing in the future
at small cost. Vacuum cleaning will
be employed throughout the building.
Alternating current will be used for
power and lighting, and will be avail-
able everywhere. Cistern, distilled
and filtered water may be obtained at
certain places. Pneumatic 'switches
and diaphragm motors will control
ventil0tion which will be secured by
the air supply and exhaust system,
while thermostats will regulate the
temperature.
Measurements of the sides of the
building'vary, being approximately 243
feet for the north side, 263 feet for the.
east side and 150 feet for the west side.
The south wall is irregular due to the
diagonal walk and trees. The interior
court will be 120 feet wide. The center
of each floor is traversed by a corridor
nearly 700 feet in length. A clear span,
of almost 23 feet has beeen maintained.
between this corridor and the outer
walls on both the campus and court
sides. The form and arrangement af-
ford opportunity for unusually large
windows and excellent lighting of all
rooms.4

JACOB MACK, Manager
F. L. HALL, 514 E.William
Phone 2225
GRES S.ING oan CedFor
Px~IGansd DAeliveredY
NO LOSS BY FIRE
Pop. Mat's flllf Week Jan. 18
25c. to $1.00 E 25c. to $1.50
H. U. FRAZEE Preseuts
A Pair of Sixes
with Ralph Herz
One Year in New York Six Months in chicago

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725 S. 5th Avenue
Corner Hill

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BAND EVERY EVENING

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-Work on the castings for the recita-
tion seats to be put in the new science
building begins in the campus mould-
ing shops this week. Prices on this
work were obtained from several large
manufacturers, but the job was finally
turned over to the campus shops.
--Prof. W. 1). Henderson, of the phys-
ics department, spoke before the Phys-
ics Colloquium yesterday afternoon on,
"Some Conditions Affecting Electrolyt-
ic Dissociation."
-Prof. 0. 1. Glaser will lecture in
Lansing tonight under the auspices of
the university extension lecture ser-
vice. His subject is, "The New Hered-
ity."
-Notwithstanding the rumor about
the campus, instructors in the literary
department will not apportion certain
grades to a certain part of the class,
such as As to 10 percent of the class.
--Prof. Moritz Levi, of the French de-
partmient, will lecture at 5:00 o'clock
this afternoon in Tappan hall, on the
poem "Les Miserables." The lecture
will be given in French.
- T . 'arioi om, '17L, was taken to
the university hospital contagious
ward yesterday, suffering with an at-
tack of mumps.
Print Circulars for South America
In order to point out the advantages
of Michigan to prospective students in
South America, an edition of 2,500
posters, showing views of the campus,
is being printed by the summer school,
and will be distributed to high schools,
libraries and other public buildings.
The posters will also be distributed
throughout Europe; Asia and the
United States, as has been done in the
past.

WFRIDAY NICHT -:- JANUARY 22

WEINBERG'S

The Messrs Shubert Presents
The Emiinent Character Actor

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Louis

Mann

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"6THIE

BUBBLE"

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The Author of

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.(A most humorous play in 3 acts)
By EDWARD LOCKE
other successful plays such as"The
"The Case of Becky."

Climax" and

MAIN FLOOR PRICES BArCcoNV
1st 13 Rows, 360 seats - - at $1.50 1st 4 Rows, 120 seats - - at $1,00
Last 8 Rows, 232 seats - at $1.00 Balance 9 Rows, 297 seats . -.75
GALLERY 54e.

ENTRANCE AT

Tickets on Saee Wednesday

- Mail Orders Now

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W HIT NEY T HEA TRE Thusda Nigh
7C E THETREJANUARY 21
This is not a Moving Picture
BUT, AMERICA'S FOREMOST ACTER
MAT. oodwin Supported by
(HIMSELF) MiMaaetMoreland
in the New York &'A VE R-AY-DIf'Y A farcical Comey
London Success in 3 Acts

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MAIN FLOOR PRICES: 1st 4 rows 94, at $2.00 - - BALANCE 490 at $1.50
BALCONY, " 1st 8 rows 236 at $1.00, Last 5 rows 181, at 75c. GALLERY 50c

SEATS ON SALE TUESDAY

- - - MAIL ORDERS NOW

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jORING

ABLE P

GANSLE
Second Foo

NAME L. E. FRIET-MAN, 'T, TO
IiEIIESENT UNION IN LEAGUE
-Will IDistribiite Pledges at Office Giv-
ing Seat Sale Privileges
to Members
Louis K. Friedman, '15, has been
appointed to represent the Michigan
Union in the Drana League of Ann
Arbor, in which organization the Union
ranks as an affiliated club. The step
was taken to establish a basis for
greater cooperation between the two
bodies, and to acquaint students with
the purposes and working of the
League.
It is the intention of Friedman to

promote the distribution of the League
pledges, which are offered free of
charge at the desk of the Union, and
which entitle the signer to the prive-
lege of. obtaining seats at the second
day of the advanced sales for the plays
guaranteed by the league.
Besides offering the affiliated mem-
bership privileges, the league will dis-
tribute its dramatic literature, which
is largely of an educational nature, at
the Union. Its booklet, treating with
amateur dramatics and issued twice a
y ear, has been in great demand in the
past. The publication deals mainly
with the selection of plays for ama-
teurs, givilig sketches on dramas of a
nature suitable to this purpose.

Buy your Conklin Pen at Van Dor-
en's Pharmacy, 703 Packard street. tf
CLASS IN DANCING. On account
of examinations the ,Tuesday class in
dancing at Granger's will start Tues-
day, Feb. 9th, 7:30 p. -m. 82

522 Holmes Taxicab Co. 522.

The party who, by mistake, ex-
changed pumps at the Theta Lambda
Sigma party at Ypsi Saturday night,
please call 1818-M Ann Arbor. 82-3

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BL UE BOO K S
THE CON-PROOF KIND
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len's Educational Club
last evening, the Men's
ib elected the following
ensuing semester: E. J.
-ois. n I TMtn.i

'TII1E OL "
Students Supply Sto
I1 1 1 S. Univ. Ave. Opp. lg. Arch. L.,C.

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