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January 20, 1915 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN LAILY

COME in and SEE
Our Special New Year's Offering
3% REDUCTION

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C. &K.
It's
A Bird

Have You Seen C. &K.
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The New Hat? A Bird

STRIKING REDUCTIONS

ON ALL SUITS AND OVERCOATS

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

ON

ALL OUR SUITS AND

OVERCOATS

TiOnker & Company
COR. S. STATE and WILLIAM STS.

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BLUES AND BLACKS INCLUDED
Stein-Bloch Clothes
[indenschmitt Aplel & o.

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Other radical reductions throughout our entire
stocks.
All stiff and soft hats, Stetson's excepted,
----------------discount 25%
Caps_-------------------discount 20%
All Sweaters--------^------- 20% off
All Fleece Lined Gloves---------20% off
Bath Lobes and House Coats -------- ''off
Leather Goods-----------------25% off
All $1.00 Shirts-------------------85c
All $1.50 Marbhattan Shirts------at $1.15

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FACULTY ADVISORY COMMITTEE
WILL CONSULT WITH FRESHMEN 1

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Wi. Dieterle
94 Fort Street West
Detroit
SPRING ORDERS TAKEN NOW

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DEAN'S"

Fresh Roasted
Peanuts
A FULL
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POUND
214 S. Main St.

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Schedule Periods for Conference with
First-Year Literary
Students
Office hours will be observed daily by
the faculty advisory committee for
first-year students in the lit depart:
ment during three weeks, beginning
February 1 from 1:30 to 2:30 o'clock
in the outer room of the Dean's office
in University hall. The committee
urges all first-year students to con-
sult freely. The following schedule
of advisers' hours has been arranged:
Monday, Feb. 1-Professor Davis.
Tuesday, Feb. 2-Professor Hum-
phreys.
Wednesday, Feb. 3-Professor Brumm.
Thursday, Feb. 4-Professor Sharf-
man.
Friday, Feb. 5-Professor Randall.
Monday, Feb. 8-Professors Cross and
McLaughlin.
Tuesday, Feb. 9- Professors Critten-
den and Glaser.
Wednesday, Feb. 10-Professors Scott
and Davis.
Thursday, Feb. 11-Professors Brumm
and Randall.
Friday, Feb. 12-Professors Sharfman
and Humphreys.
Saturday, Feb. 13 (9 to 12)-Profes-
sors Diekhoff and Cross.
Monday, Feb. 15-Professors Davis
and McLaughlin.
Tuesday, Feb. 16-Professors Critten-
den and Scott.
Wednesday, Feb. 17-Professors Gla-
ser and Brumm.
Thursday, Feb. 18-Professors Randall
and Sharfman.
Friday, Feb. 19-Professors Humph-
-reys and Davis.
Special Notice.
Members of the advisory committee
may also be consulted at their respect-
ive office hours as scheduled below,
namely:
Professor Brumm (Rhetoric) M. W. F.
at 11, M. at 3, Room 102 W. H.
Professor Crittenden (Latin) Tu. Th.
at 3, Room 103 U. H.
Professor Cross (History) M. W. F. at
12, Room 207 T. H.
Professor Davis (Education) Daily
(except F.) at 9:30, Room 102 T. H.
Professor Diekhoff (German) M. at 8,
Tu. at 10, Room 201 U. H.
Professor Glaser (Biology) M. W. F. at
10, Tu. 1-4, Room 204 S. W.
Professor Randall (Physics) W. at 3,
Room 103 Physics Lab.

NOw is the time to have
prints made from those
old negatives and put
them in one of our new
4M' Scrap Books. Just in
and the best ever-95C.
$1.25 and $15e. Prints
on Cyko Paper 3c. 4c. 5c.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Hoppe's Studio
619 E. Liberty St.
Phone 1078.1

After the Theatre or Movies

VISIT THE SUGAR BOWL
FOR REFRESHMENTS--

$4.00 now $2.85

$2.00 now $1.38
$2.50 now $1.88

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WAKE Y4
YOUR El(

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$3.00 now $2.25
$3.50 now $2.65

BEN
OU IN TIME FOR
WIT O'CLOCK ::

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Temple Theatre
Monday, Jan. 18
The Kings Move to the City
(With Merriam Nesbit)
Tuesday, Jan. 19
"Wild Animals at Large."
(With Harry Morey)
Wednesday, Jan. 20
"Romance of a Poor Young Man"
(With Louis Vale)
Orpheum Theatre
The House of Famous Plays by Famous
Players.
Sat., Jan.16
"As a Man Sows." Five parts.
Mon.-Tues, Jan. 18-19
Theodore Roberts in "The Circus
Man." Author G. B.:McCutcheon
Wed., Jan, 20,
Mary Pickford in "Such a Little
Queen." (Rebooking)
Arcade Theatre
SHOWS: AFTERNOONS 4:00; EVE. 6:15; 7:45; 9:15
TUESDAY, JAN. 19.
The Bomb--A Two-Part Lubin
Drama. Broncho Billy's Mother
--Essanay Drama. The Fleur-de-
Lis Ring-Biograph. The Llvel
-Vitagraph.
WEDNESDAY, JAN. 20.
The Marked Woman-A Shubert
Feature in Five Parts, With
Barbara Tennant.

- . . Kramber, a director of. the Hol-
land Beet Sugar Co., will lecture in
the chemistry amphitheater at 2:00
o'clock this afternoon on "Some As-
pects of the Chemistry of the Beet
Sugar Industry."
-Prof. A. S. Whitney, of the educa-
tion department, is spending the mid-
week in Lansing.

Would Send Kits to French Soldiers
Appeals are being sent out by those
interested in the La Fayette fund for
the need of further funds, with which
to send kits of necessary articles to
the French soldiers on the firing line.
The cost of sending a kit is two dol-
lars, which includes fleece lined un-
derwear, gloves, socks, a muffler,
soap, chocolate, writing material,
pipes and tobacco.
Articles in the Comfort kits are
being made by working girls, who
have been thrown out of their ordi-
nary occupations by the present war
conditions, gathered together under the
direction of Miss Anne Morgan, and
are purchased by the fund committee
from them. Contributions may be sent
to room 130, Vanderblt hotel, New
York City.

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The Sugar Bowl
109 S. MAIN STREET

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Haler Jewelry Co.,
State Street Jewelers

THE STATE SAVINGS BANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
CAPITAL STOCK $100,000.00
SURPLUS AND PROFITS $125,000.00
Wm. J. Booth,Pres., Wm. Arnold, Vice-Pre-
ohn C. Waltz, Cashier, R. A.Beal, Ass't assh
522 Holmes Taxi Co. 522. "Back of
the Union." eod Fri
LOST-Waterman pen Tuesday morn-
ing between Glen Ave. and Engi-
neering Bldg. Call E. Johnson, 1049-
M.
FOR SALE-A very fine full dress
suit for Gentleman of medium
height and weight. This suit has
never been worn and will be sold
for about half what it cost. Inquire
evenings at 311 E. Liberty St. 83-4
Soph lits pay class dues today from
8:00 to 12:00 o'clock in University
hall.
All fresh lit basketball candi-
dates meet at Y. M. C. A. at 10:30,
o'clock Saturday morning.
Soph lit basketball candidates meet
at Y. M. C. A. at 2:00 o'clock Friday
afternoon.
Tau Beta Pi dinner at Michigan Un-
ion postponed.
KANSAS STUDENTS CLOSE UNION
No Interest Shown; Only 43 Out of
1617 Attend "Pep" Session
Death has overtaken the Univer-:

sity of Kansas' Student Union.

--Congregationalists of the city honor-
ed the Rev. E. C. Boynton, student pas-
tor of that church, and Mrs. Boynton,
with an informal reception at the
church parlors last evening.
-Comm itteemen who will take charge
of the Saturday night membership
(ance at the Union are: Chester H.

At a meeting held last week by
the student council, only 43 students
out of 1617 men in the university,
evinced enough interest in the Union
to attend the "pep" gathering, and
as a result it was decided by those
in charge to close up the union for
good.
The student Union has been running'
in debt since its start last March,
which has been due principally to
the lack of interest displayed by the
students, most of whom refused to
pay their subscriptions, or any part
of their pledges. As a final resort,
the student council held a last big
rally in an effort to arouse the stu-
dents to the possibilities of the union
and of its crying need for the stu-
dents' support, but of no avail. Only
43 students appeared at the rally, and
the council decided unanimously that
the small gathering of students clear-
ly indicated that they were not be-
hind the union.
Eliminate Five Debaters Saturday
Second preliminary tryouts for the
Mid-west debating squad last Satur-
day eliminated five debaters. The re-
maining men have been divided into
two teams and practice debate will be
held at 7:30 o'clock Saturday night in
room 302, University hall. The af-
firmative team includes: Roy R. Fel-
lers, '15, William I. Goodwin, '16L,
Harrison Karr, grad, Jacob Levin,
'17L, and Victor Sugar, '16. Those
on the negative are: George Claas-
sen, '15L, Sherley Galer, '17L, Leslie
Lisle, '17L, and Samuel J. Rosen-
steen, '17L.

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Lang, '15, Elliot W.
Borchherdt, '17, and

Bisbee, '16, E. F.
Cyril Talbot, '17.11

Tickets will be
Union counter,
morrow.

placed on sale at the
after 5:00 o'clock to-j

Buy your Mazda lamps
310 S. Sate.
Buy your Mazda lamps
310 S. Sate.

at Switzer's,
tf
at Switzer's,
tf

Professor Scott (Geology) M. Tu. W.
Th. at 10. Museum.
Professor Sharfman (Economics) Tu.
at 10 Room 209 Economics Bldg.
Professor Smreaton (Chemistry) Daily
at 11, Room 474 Chem. Bldg.
Library Receives New Set of O'Henry
Several new sets of books have been
received by the general library, among
which are the first installment, con-
sisting of four volumes, of the "Refer-
ence Handbook of the Medical Sci-
ence," which is complete in eight vol-
umes, and a complete set of 12 vol-
umes of O'Henry's works. These
boolre will be put on the shelves as
soon as they have been classified.

Get that 10c San Marco cigar Sat. or
Sun. for 5 cents at Sugden Drug Co.,
302 S. State St. eod Wed
For Musical Instruments of. Every
Description, Victrolas, and Edison Di-
amond Disc Machines, go to SCHAE-
BERLE & SON MUSIC HOUSE, Main
Street. eod W
University Ave. Pharmacy Fountain
Pens and Students Supplies. tf
TO RENT-Second semester. Pleas-
ant two-room suite. Price reasona-
ble. 1008 Michigan Ave.
82 to 85

-Teachers and sophomore "pep" lead-
ers of the various freshman Bible
classes met for a chop suey luncheon
last evening. Plans for the betterment
of the Bible study work were inform-
ally discussed.
-C. J. Valiton, grad, will address the
members of the Forestry club on
"Grazing in Connection with Forest-
ry," in room 407 new engineering
building, at 7:30 o'clock tonight. Mr.
Valiton was formerly a forest assist-
ant on one of the western forest re-
serves, and has had considerable ex-
perience in grazing.
-Harry D. Parker, '16L, who has been
sick with symptoms of mastoids, was
operated on yesterday at the Homeo-
pathic hospital by Dr. H. M. Beebe.
He is reported as resting easily.
-Chaperons for . the Wright Saxo-
phone party to be held at the Union
Friday night will be Mr. and Mrs. G.
D. Bradley. Tickets may be secured
by calling 236 or 374.

Earl V. Moore, Ada Grace Johnson
and Samuel P. Lockwood will be on
the program for the complimentary
faculty concert to be given in Hill
auditorium at 4:15 o'clock tomorrow
afternoon.
During examination weeks a series
of daily recitals will be given in Hill
auditorium, under the auspices of the
school of music authorities. The con-
certs will be held at 4:15. o'clock each
day, as last year. A complete sched-
ule will be announced within the next
few days.
Following is the program for tomor-
row's concert:
Concert Overture in E flat .. Faulkes
Earl V. Moore
Will Niemand Singen......Hildach
Die Mainacht ....,..... . Brahms
Ouvre Tes Yeux Bleu....... Massenet
Ada Grace Johnson
Concerto No. 5, A major .... Mozart
Allegro aperto-adagio--Allegro aper-
to; Adagio; Tempo di menu-
etto-Allegro-Tempo

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Fraternities Are You Prepared?
For your J-Hop house party will you have one of the greatest
of all entertainers in your chapter ? The Victrola has never
been equalled for an impromptu dance, or the best band music
or the world's greatest singers and players. Ask your frater-
nity brother who has one. With a Victrola as a means of
entertainment the time passes quickly. Call us up and we will
talk it over.
Special terms to fraternities

Magazine Explains University Grading
'In an article on university marking
systems which occurs in the current
number of "The School and Society,"
now on file at the Memorial hall read-
ing room, the grading system in force
here is explained and compared with
the sytems in effect at other large uni-
versities. In the article Michigan is
given credit for having an advanced
system.

Three
(a)
(b)
(c)

di menuetto.
Samuel P. Lockwood
Oriental Sketches .. Arthur Bird
C minor
F minor
C minor
Mr. Moore

Zur Ruh, Zur Ruh ...... ... ..Wolf
Standchen.. ............. Strauss
Miss Johnson
Accompaniments by Francis L. Ham-
ilton and Neta C. Stork.

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122 E. Liberty St.

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