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THE MICHIGAN ]LAILY

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STRIKING REDUCTIONS

COME in and SEE
Our Special New Year's Offering
25%R VTO

ON ALL SUITS AND. OVERCOATS

ON

ALM OUR SUITS 'AND

OVERCOATS

BLUES AND BLACKS INCLUDED
Sitein-Bloch Clothes
[indenscbhmittAptl&Co.

Other radical; reductions throughout our entire
stocks.
All stiff and soft hats, Stetson's excepted,
--- -- ----- --- -- --- --discount 25%
Caps----------------------discount 20%l
All Sweaters----------.__-----20% ooff
All Fleece Lined Gloves------ --,,--20% off
Bath Robes and House Coats-- _----4 off
Leather Goods-------------- 25%oo off
All1$1.00 Shirts--------------------- 85c
All $1.50 Manhattan Shirts_ ------ at $1.15

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Win . Dieterle
94 Fort Street West
Detroit
SPRING ORDERS TAKEN NOWI

DEAN'S
Fresh Roaste
Peanuts
A FULL
POUND a lc
214 S. Main St.

PROTECT YOUR EY
The blinding reflection of sunlight on the white
snow causes a very severe strain on the eyes.
Amber Class;es will filter the light and prevent
all eye strain keeping your eyes in perfect condition
to study for your. examinations.
We are showing a large line of both Amber and Dark
Smoked Glasses.

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25c. up to $5.00
HALLE JEWELRY CO
STATE STREET JEWELERS

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THE STATE SAYINGS DANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
CAPITAL STOCK $100,000.00
SURPLUS AND PROFITS $125,000.00
Win. J. Booth, Pres., WmnArnold, Vice- Pres.
ohn C. Waltz, Cashier, R. A.Beal, Asst' Cash
Good Honest
TAILORING
and promt service
AT REASONABLE PRICES
ALBERT GANSLE
108 E. Washington St. Sa~lJ lh
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Earl V. Moore will give the follow-
ing organ program in Hill auditorium
at 4:15 o'clock Monday afternoon, as
the first of the concerts during exami-.
nation week:
~Fanfare..............J. Lemmens
Berceuse .............Canfield
Convent Caprice........... Kreiser
Christmas in Sicily ........Yon'
Friere................Crooker
Festal March ... .......Calkin
For Musical Instruments of Every
Description, Victrolas, and Edison Di-
amond Disc Machines, go to SCHAE-;
BERLE & SON MUSIC HOUSE, Main
Street. eod W

WORK AT FOUNDING
INTERCLASS CRHEWS
Students' to Construct Boat House on
Edison Company's Land With
Detroit Lumber
COACHES CALL SPORT HEALTHY
Intramural Director Floyd Rowe is.
working on plans for the establish-
ment,at an. early date, of shell racing
as an interclass sport at Michigan. Co-
operation with the Boat club has re-
sulted in the partial marking out on
Barton pond, o',f an English Henley
course, and in the raising of $200
among Detroit alumni.
Director Rowe has drawn up plans
for a temporary boat house to be con-
structed entirely by students, shortly
before the spring regatta. The East-
ern Michigan Edison company has
promised to deed the necessary land
for the project, and also has offered a
fund of approximately $1,000, provided'
enough other money is raised.
Grover Farn sworth, former Syra-
cuse-coxswain, has started a campaign
in Detroit to establish at Michigan,
and in a letter 'yesterday announces
that, $200 had' been raised. He also.
states that three Michigan alumni, who
are now lumber dealers in Detroit,
have been solicited to furnish lumber
(for the boait house. The Detroit Boat
club has definitely promised the use
of' two eight-oared shells, two four-
oared shells, and barges and gigs
which are necessary for beginners.
Efforts will be made to install appa-
ratus in Waterman gymnasium for
oarsmen, as soon as possible, and a
plan for transportation is being work-
ed out. Much will depend on. the mem-
bership campaign of the Union Boat
club, whichl John S. Leonard, '16L,
genellralI chairman of the campaign, has
*! announced to begin on February 3.
Coa2C1 Rowe considers only rowing
of long distances as harmful to the
heart. "Jimmy", Wright, Coach of the
Columbia eight backs this statement,
and considers it beneficial to one's
health.
A dlance will be held at Dexter Op-
era house, Jan. 29. Mlusic by Lillian
1 Given Orchestra. All invited.

EX-COY. J. F. llANLY GIVES LAST
'ALK OF "FLYING SQUADRON"
Not Yet Known Whether Series Will
Result in Local Prohibition
movement or Not
Hon. J. Frank Hany, former gov-
ernor of Indiana, closed the "Flying
Squadron" meetings in Ann Arbor last
night with a stirring lecture, which
summed up the arguments for nation
wide prohibition.
The best received addresses, preced-
ing this, were those given by Dr.
Charles M. Sheldon Thursday and by
Dr. Carolyn Geisel Friday. Dr. Shel-
don went through every saloon in Ann
Arbor, observed conditions and then
told of what he saw, letting censure
fall where it might. Dr. Geisel ex-
plained the results obtained by a Ger-
man scientist, who studied 10 years on
the relation of liquor to eugenics and
birth rate. Her address was highly
praised by medical men.
The local committee does not know
as-yet, whether or not these meetings
will result in a concrete movement in
Ann Arbor looking toward prohibition.
Many temperance campaigns have fail-
ed here because people distrusted the
motives of the campaigners.
TO TALK ON ASPECTS OF WAR
Dr. Jon mez Speaks During ;Week of
February 8 on Crisis
Dr. John Mez will lecture at 4:00
o'clock every afternoon of the week
of February 8, at Newberry hall on the
present war, bringing out the social,
economic and moral aspects involved
in the crisis. These lectures will be
given in addition to his talks at the
Union and "Y" Majestic meetings on
February 7.
Dr. Mez received his doctor's de-
gree at the University of Heidelberg,
and is at present a resident of Frei-
berg, Germany. It is said that he is
typical of the trained European schol-
ar, speaking French, Italian, Spanish
and the Slavonic language with ease.
He will make a tour of the United
States, coming first to Ann Arbor.
Arrangements for Soiree Completed
Final arrangements have been made
for the Cercle Francais Soiree, to be
given February 6, in Barbour gym.
Although the Soiree is given under the
auspices of the society, it is open to
all students taking work in the French
department, and all those who happen
to be in Ann Arbor over the week end
are urged to attend. Course tickets ad-
mit to the affair, and a nominal charge
will be made to outsiders.
Drawing' Instructor Wins Noted Prize
W. I. Bennett, instructor of drawing
in the engineering department, was
awarded a medal for the design which
he submitted in the last competition
of the Beaux-Arts Architectural socie-
ty. The problem in this contest was an
archaeological one, and called for 'a
design in Saracenic style. The prize
given is the highest in that particular
form of problem.
Daily Sporting Editor Leaves College
F. M. Church, grad., sporting editor
of, The Michigan Daily for the last
year, will leave the university at the
cud of the first semester. He has re-
signed his position on The Daily, in
which.he will be succeeded by T. Haw-
ley Tapping, '16L, associate editor of
the student newspaper during the last
semester. Tapping's old place will be
filled by Chester H. Lang, '15 former-
ly reporter 'and night editor on The
Daily.

NOW is the time to have
prints made from those
old. negatives and put
them in one of our new
",M' Scrap Books. Just in
and the best ever -95c.
$1.25 and $1i.50o. Prints
on Cyko Paper 3c. 4c. 5c..
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
Hoppe's Studio
619 E. Liberty St,
Phone 1078 J

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VISIT THE SUGAR BOWL
FOR REFRESHMENTS-

$4.00 now $2.85

Temple Theatre

The Sugar Bowl
109 S. MAIN 'STREET

Monday, January 25
"Who Goes There?" (with Wal-
ter E. Perkins.
Tuesday, January 26
Hearst's Selig Weekly.
Wednesday, January 27
"Closing Web," (with Louise
Vale)

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Why not have something Real
Nifty in a fine Leather, Fur,

$2.00 now $1.38
$2.50 now $1.88

REULE, CONLIN FIEGEL CO.

Orpheum Theatre
.The House of Famous Playa by Famous
Players.
Monday,° January 26 and Tues-
day, January 26
Mary Pickford in "Cinderella.-
Five Reels. Famnous Players.
Wednesday, January 27
Dustin Farnum in "The Virgin-
ian. Rebooked.

Velvet or

Silk Program

for that next

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Arcade Theatre
SHOWS AFTEHNDONS 4:00; EYE. 6:15; 7:45; 9:15
Monday, January 25
"Mystery of the Seven Gables,"
Selig Drama. "Just a Kid," Bio-
graph, Drama, also Kalem
Comedy and another Eelig
Drama.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ANN ARDOR
Capital - - $100.000
Surplus and Profits $65.00
Directors
Wirt Cornwell, Geo. W. Patterson, H. 3. Ab-
bott, S. W., Clarkson, F,. D. Kinne," Harrison
Soule, Waldo M. Abbott, Dan B. Sutton, Fred
Schmid.
FRESHMAN LIFTS .2,333 POUNDS
Yearling. Surpasses All Former Gym
Marks in Phenomenal Boost
Although the "strong man" tests
were only recently instigated at Mich-
igan, nevertheless the record of Frank
Everts, a freshman, will serve as a
mark; for other contestants to shoot at
for some time, according to Dr. May.
Everts' total fell but a trifle over
300 points behind those of Roos, the
Yale strong man, who scored 2,665, Ev-
erts piling up the creditable total of
2,333. His record is as follows : lung
capacity, 280; back lift, 455; leg lift,
700; grip, 130-110; chins, 34; dips, 26;
weight, 154.
Everts is in the middle weight divis-
ion according to Dr. May's reckoning.
There have been three divisions, the
light weight which takes in all under
130, middle weight for those under
160 and the heavyweight for all over
this last figure.

Dancillg' Party?
We are equipped to turn out this classy
of work in every conceivable
style, shape, form or man-
ner at a minimum cost

After the Theatre or Movies

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$3.00 now $2.25
$3.50 now $2.65

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Mayer -Schairer Co.
112 S. Main Street

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-Prof. J. A. C. Illldner, of the German
department, will lecture at a meeting
of Borusen Gesellschaft at the home
of Mrs. J. C. Hutchins in Detroit on
Friday. The subject of his address
will be "Hebel and the Modern Wo-
man."
-Alumnae members, of Alpha Chi
Omega sorority met yesterday after-
noon at the home of Mrs. Harry W.
Nichols and formulated plans for the
organizing of a local alumnae associa-
tion.
-Rabbi Isaac L. Rypins will speak be.
fore the Jewish student congregation
at 6:45 o'clock tonight in McMillan
hall.
-Albert J. Gans, '1, has been called
to his home in Louisville,. Kentucky,
by the serious illness of his father, who
is a well-known paint manufacturer of
that city.
TO RENT-Two suites on second floor.'
One-half suite on third floor, Phone
1153-M or call 543 Church St.

For the best J. Hop service. Phone
Taxi 2280. tf
Now is party time. Don't forget the
big brown limousine. Call 15.
University Ave. Pharmacy Fountain
Pens and Students Supplies. tf
Buy your Mazda lamps at Switzer's,
310 S. Sate. tf
Buy. your Mazda lamps at Switzer's,
$10 S. Sate. tf
University, Ave. Pharmacy Martha
Washington Candy, Cigars, Cigarettes
and Tobacco. tf
University Ave. Pharmacy Drugs
and Toilet Articles. Phone 416. tf
In future all cars stop at Goodyear
Drug Store. tf
MONE Y-RAISING SALE--AUl Cloth-
lug, Balmnacaans, Overcoats, Suits,
Men's Furnishing Goods and Hats at
Sacrifice Prices.
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE,
Main Street.
FOR RENT-FPine single room second
semester. Price $2.25 including
light, etc. 510 Catherine St. 210-J.
86-87

Hawaiian Victrola Records
.Have y'ou heard them? Hawaiian music is declared
by musicians as the most weird and fascinating
music of the ages. It grows on you. Be sure in
buying Hawaiian records that you select the' best.
Our Stock Is Complete
GRINNELL BROS.
"7ere you will eventually buy"

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LOST-Moore's non-leakable fountain
pen. Probably i old engineering
building, Thursday morning. Call Mr.
Latta. Phone 1028.

FOR RENT-A large single
suitable for two persons.
blocks from Campus. 905
street. Phone 912-W.

room,
Three

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