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THE MICHIGAN bAILY

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al Sale Now On
nd Overcoats Divided in Two Lots
Off-/3 off
E & BLACKS 1-4 OFF
D PANTS 20% OFF

For Chapped Hands
HAZELOIN CREAM . 25c
Best thing you ever put on your
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its . . $75,0001
rbor Savings Bank
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Over coats
The nevwest material is a
thick, soft, rough finished
cloth, with subduedplaids
woven into the back. You
can't imagine what a rich
overcoat this material will
make.

ss Transacted
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JR FINISHING'
'US VIEWS
?TRAITS

-Arrangeinents are being made to
give a -course in Spanish conversation
and correspondence next semester,
provided a sufficient number of stu-
dents promise to elect the course. It
will be numbered Course 3, and will
be given by Mr. A. F. Hurlburt.
-Arne T. Carlbom, '17L, and Lela M
Wright, '18, who are confined to the
contagious ward of the university hos-
pital with mumps are reported by hos-
pital officials to be improving. Miss
Wright has been in the hospital since
Sunday, while Caribom came down
with the illness on Monday.
-Dr. I. J. Burrell,'111, who has been
acting as assistant in internal medi-
cine ,in the homeopathic medical col-
lege, has resigned his position to en-
gage in general practice at Benton
Harbor. Dr. Burrell will leave for
Benton Harbor about Feb. 1.
-University hospital officials report
that Howard Gray, '17A, who is con-
fined to the contagious hospital with
small-pox, is rapidly recovering, and
that he will be able to leave the hos-
pital in two weeks.
-Morton R. Hunter, '13E, assistant
editor of the "Engineering Record" of
New York, is attending the engineer-
ing convention now being held here.
Hunter was secretary of the board in
control of athletics for 1912-13, a
member of the Michiganensian staff,
and a night editor of The Michigan
Daily for two years. He was a mem-
ber of Vucans and Griffins.
Members of the Natural Science
club will meet at 7:30 o'clock tonight
in room 305 Mason hall. Mr. Richard
Gaige will speak.on "A Summer in
Guiana" and E. B. Mains will give a
talk on "Some Plant Parasites.
-Prof. Richard I). T. Hollister's class
in Shakespearian reading will give a
recital in Sarah Caswell Angell hall
at 8:00 o'clock tomorrow night. The
reading will be "A Comedy of Errors."
--C.E. Horton, '16A, who was taken to
the university hospital Tuesdaysuffer-
ing from an attack of chicken-pox,
was reported as improving yesterday.
-Members of the Zoological Journal
club will meet at 11:00 o'clock tomor-
row morning in room 305 south wing.
Ionia Ladoff, grad, will talk on, "Whit-
ney on Food as a Sex-Controlling
Factor in Rotifers," whie Prof. A. F.
Shull will speak on, "The Philadel-
phia Meetings," and, "Parthogenisis
and Sex in Anthothrips Terbasci."
-F. R. Fishback, of the Electric Con-
troller Company, of Cleveland, will
give a stereoptican lecture before the
local branch of the American Institute
of Electrical Engineers at 7:30 o'clock
tonight, in room 248, engineering
building. His subject will be "The
Use of Electricity in the Manufacture
of Steel."
FOR RENT-A large single room,
suitable for two persons. Three
blocks from Campus. 905 Church
street. Phone 912-W. 84-7
TO RENT-Second semester. Pleas-
ant two-room suite. Price reasona-
ble. 1008 Michigan Ave.
82 to 85

4ES & NICKELS
The only Studio on the Campus
:t. PhoPT C130-A
cial Photographer~s For 1jh. MICHW~ANENSIAN.

Temple Theatre
friay, Jan. 22
"The Ma'ster Key" Second Story.
Saturday, Jan. 23
"Private Officer"
(With Frances Bushman)
"School Teacher and the Way"
(With Mary Pickford)

Orpheum Theatre
The Rtouse of Famous Plays by Famous
'ayers.
Thurs. & Fri., Jan. 21-22
Adele Farrington, in "The Country
Mouse."
Saturday, Jan.23
Max Figman, in "The Hoosier
Cchoolmaster."
Arcade Theatre-
SHOWS:AFTERNOONS 4:00; EVE. 6:15; 7:45; 9:15
THURSDAY, JANUARY 21.
Howrto Do It and Why--Two--
Part Vitagraph Comedy. The'
* Girl of the Open Road--Edison.
The Bond Sinister-Biograph.
DR. JOHN MZ TOURS COUNTRY
IN INTERNATIONALIST CAUSE
Former Secretary to Dr. 1. S. Jordan
to Talk at Union and ""
Meetings
Dr. John Mez, president of the In-
ternational Federation of Students
will come to Ann Arbor on his tour of
the United States in the cause of de-
veloping a now international spirit,
Sunday, February 7. Ile will be the
regular speaker on the Union and Y
M. C. A. programs for that day.
Dr. Mez will address the Union
meeting, at 3:00 o'clock, on, "The In-
ternational Student in the Present
World Crsis." At 6:30 o'clock, he
will talk at the "Y" Majestic meeting.
The topic for his speech will be, "The
Challenge of the Great War and the
American Student."
Dr. Mez has had excellent opportu-
nities for studying the present war
and its underlying causes. Hle was
in Belgium at the outbreak of hostil-
ities. He acted as secretary and in-
terpreter to Dr. David -Starr Jordan,
president of Leland Stanford univer-
sity, on his trip through the Balkans,
and there studied the effects of War on
civilization.
Announce Debating Teams' Subject
Members of the Cup debating teams
will debate this year on the following
subject: "Resolved, That the Federal
Government Should Own and Operate
a Merchant Marine." The preliminar-
ies in the various societies must be
held before March 20. On April 7
Alpha Nu will meet Jeffersonian, and
on the next day Adelphi will contest
with Webster society. The winners
will meet in the Cup debate on April
30.
LOST-Will the person who took hat,
with initials H. T. C. inside, from li-
brary on Sunday please return to
library or call 147-M. 84
522 Holmes Taxicab Co. 522. tf

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Percolators, and all accessories for
Table Cooking.
Gas does the work quicker and
better than Electricity.
Concealed floor connection under
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portable.

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Matinee and Night,

First real big musical success of the season
JOHN P. SLOCUM Presents
The Brilliant English Musical Comedy Success
TH E ORIGINAL PRODUCTION
QUAKER GIRL.
Book by James T. Tanner-Lyrics by Adrian Ross & Percy Green Bank-Music by Lionel Monkton
WITH THE FOLLOWING SUPERB CAST
Katherine Murray-Charles Clear-Andre Cord my-William Blaisdel-
Hellen Hoyt-Harry MacDonough--Charlotte Hoffman-Murray Stephen-
Dorothy Slaytor-Phil. J. Moore-Madeline Dailey-Sinclair Young
ASSISTED BY
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8 Rows 232 " -
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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 inpromptu dance, or the, best band music
or the world's greatest singers an(l 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 f(ims to frvtenilics

75c.
500.
25s.

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We make suits for both
L ADIES and GENT'S
Abi t F make over-g rmnents in con-
ntection with our dress-making
department. Come in and try
us. E vening gowns a specialty.
P hone royo-J
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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 TYPEWRIT-ER CO. INC.
A. H.COHFN, Resident! salesman
Phone 2282 1314 So. University Avenue

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