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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

n uary Clearing
...SALE...

A YI YI Yr WIIII Y 16rY Ae /rY - ," 4 "y

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L YND ON THE
Always Reliable
Always Square
Always on the job
Always knows his place
Always delivers the goods
Always treats everybody alike
Always back of every thing that's
good for Michigan Students.
PHOTOGRAPHER

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Double amount of Free Piano Certificates with each purchase.

25%
25%
10%

on Mackinaws
Raincoats & Balmacaans
all winterSuitings,Trousings
and Overcoatings.

DRESS SUITS TO RENT

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K. MALCOLM
Iiast Liberty Street. Malcolm Block

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Clea r i n g Sale
of Broken Sizes
in
Mens and Womens hoes
VERY CHEAP
At the Sign of Satisfaction

E. LIBERTY ST.

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High Class ShoerRepairing
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TRANSIT MARKET
Wnin LINDEMAN
DEALER IN
Fresh and Salt Meats
Pork, Ham Poultry, etc.
Bell Phone 2294 212 N. 4th Ave

MANYMAE USE0OF&
'Y11BOOKEXCHANGE
More Than 1,000 Calls, Embracing
Wide Range of Subjects, Re.
celved in Two (lays
CASH BUSINESS COMES TO $100.00
Books on a various range of subjects
are much in demand at the "Y"
book exchange. More than 1,000 calls
have been received for text books on
law, rhetoric and other kindred sub-
jects, and many of the requests have
been turned down because of the limit-
ed numbe of books which have been
turned in and listed.
Since the establishment of the ex-
change it has done about one hundred
dollars worth of cash business, and it
is expected that during the next few
days this sum will be largely increas-
ed, providing the students give the
innovation their support and coopera-
tion. At the present time, there is a
large number of chemistry an'd psy-
chology texts on hand.I
If an individual is not satisfied with
the price which the officials of the ex-
change put on his book, he is at lib-
erty to change it, and the book will
be placed on the open shelves at his
own price. This change in the origi-
nal plans will allow the more expen-
sive medical and law books to be list-
ed at a price greater than two thirds
of their original value, providing they
are in good condition.
Plans have also been made so that
any student who does not care to
bring his books to the exchange office
may list them with the official in
charge and he will be put in touch
with any prospective purchaser who
may appear.
WlL NOT COACH FROM WBENCH
Board's Rule Says Lundgren Must Sit
in Grandstand During names
Coach Lundgren, Varsity baseball
tutor, will not direct the destinies of
his team from the bench this year.
Instead, he will sit in the grandstand
and behave like any other spectator,
not even being allowed to flash signals
to his charges on the diamond during
the progress of a game.
This new ruling was adopted by the
board of control of the athletic asso-
ciation, at a meeting held January 29.
The sponsors of the rule intend to de-
velop responsibility among the players,
and thus eliminate as much as possi-
ble the professional element from uni-
versity baseball. In case Michigan's
opponents fail to follow the Wolver-
ine's lead in this matter, the Varsity
may be somewhat handicapped in
games in which they are pitted against
professional coaches on the bench.
Soon to Advise Delinquent Students
Delinquent students may be sent
home a few days sooner than in the
past. On account of the probable ab-
sence of President Harry B. Hutchins
from the city next Monday, the time
for the regular faculty meeting may be
advanced to a date in the latter part of
this week.
Surprise Marriage Follows Junior Hop
R. O. Smith, '14E, of Racine, Wiscon
sin, and Miss Norma Dee, of Hope,
Michigan, were married yesterday
morning - in St. Thomas' Catholic
church. The news of the marriage
camhe as a surprise to the guests and

BROADWAY AND JOHN R.
DETROIT
--where the U. of M. spirit
ism anifest and "M" men are
taken care of. ,. Go to The
Edelweiss for your luncheon
when in Detroit, Soc. Also for
y o ur Dinner o r after-the-
theatre Supper. And we make
a specialty of U. of M. Ban-
duets. Dancing fronm6 to 8:3o
and io to I2:3o. Delightful
music - orchestral and voice.
Cuisine unexcelled, and *er-
vice the best. A royal wel-
come awaits 'M" men at any
hour of the day or uight at
JA COB MACK, Manager
F. L. HALL, 514 E. William
Phone '2225
Goods Called For
PRESSINGand Delivered

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3:00 7:30_

9:00

NO LOSS BY FIRE

T Bostonian Footwear
ge street ROYAL TAILORED CLOTHES

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FOR RENT-Large south suite, nice-
ly furnished, two blocks from cam-
pus. Call 1264-.T. 88-90
FOR RENT-Rooms either for stu-
dents or light housekeeping. Elec-
tric lights. Furnace. 903 Mary St.
88
"The Inside of the White Slave Traf-
fc" by Samuel Hf. London. Whitney
Theater, Tuesd(layFebruary 9. Shows
at 2:30, 7:30, and 9:00. Admission

NOW PLAYING A DAILY MATINEL
Iuesday-Wedncsday, [ebruary 9-10
t 5 LATE STAR "MISS NOBODY FROM STARLANO"
"Oli ve Vail *ssissted by
PRIMA DO N NA P. HANS FLATH-At the Piano
AMBLER BROS. WILBUR
America's Foremost Equilibrists Juggling "A La Mode"
Just Back frarn Europe and glad to gt lomw
Chester Sp noer and Lola Williams
in '"PUTTING IT OVER" A Mlusical Frivolity

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Factory Hat Store
W. W. MANN, Prop.
118 E. Huron St.

INTERSTATE PRODUCING CO. OFFERS
$100,000.00 REWARD with WILL. T. KENT

LADIES SOUVENIR MATINEE TUESDAY AT 3:00 P. M.

COMING THURSDAY "California Frank's WILD WET"

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RROW
onclester SHIRTS
THE bosoms always
remain flat and
creaseless. They can-
n ot bulge or break
2Pandsup
uettI, Pleabodly &Co.,Inc., Mo4ers,Troy, N.Y.

GRANGER'S
Tuesday nights, class
7:30 to 8:30. Pro-
gram of 10 dances
after the class.

Straight 25c Rides
Call 15

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Prices for taxis have heretofore been
or 25c each for two or more.

50c for one passenger,

Pop. Mat. filf f~ Week Feb. 8
Wed. GARRICK Prices
25c. to $1.00 25c. to $2.00
DETROIT
Guy Bates Post in
O MAR, the Tent Maker
A Sumpuos Persian 1-04"Play by Richard, Walton Tully

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to

Hereafter the price will be 25c each straight for
the city, whether for one or more passengers, from
Po.hemus Taxi Lizte

anywhere
6 A. M.

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Try Glover's Special Hair Tonic Shampoo.

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PEZZIE'S BARBER SHOP

CHURCH STREET

A ppointment Committee Places Many
Among the students who finished
their work at the university at the end
of last semester, the following have
eceived teaching positions through the
efforts.of the appointment committee:
Roy Fellers, instructor in English at
Youngstown, Ohio; Elizabeth Bost-
wick, English, Alpena; Faith Welton,
Latin, Grand Rapids; Betty Gordan,
Latin, Traverse City and Lucile Sproat,
seventh grade teacher in Grand Rap-
ids.
The following have also been placed
by the appointment committee: Lois
Banfield, '14, stenography, Salt Lake
City; C. S. Johnson, '13, stenography
and English, Sandusky, Ohio; Ada Al-
len, '07, English and History, Calumet;
Ella 1-Hanawalt, English, Indianapolis;

Lola Phelps, '13, history, Saginaw;'
Evangeline Anschutz, '14, mathematics,
Port Huron; Ella Vogt, '14, history and
English, Algonac; Kathleen Nicholson,
'14, English, Charleston, W. Va.; Edith
Hannum, '14, science, Dowagiac; Grace
Simmons, '14, English and mathemat-
ics, Port Huron.
Mumps Leads in Number of Victims
Figures given out by the university.
health service staff yesterday, show
that 41 students were confined in the
contagious ward of the university hos-
pital during the first semester. Mumps,
claiming 20 victims, leads the list.
There were nine cases of streptococcus
throat infection, five cases of diphthe-
ria, three cases of chicken-pox, two
of scarlet fever, one o small-pox and
one of German measlis.

('dOiEDY CLUrt PLAY
WINS J-HOP CROWD
(Continued from page 1.)
ed much enthusiasm in his portrayal of
Jack Sayle, the leading masculine role.
Walker Peddicord, '16L, was at his
best in the difficult and trying part of
the admiral. Leon Cunningham, '16,
as the eccentric professor, caused
much amusement, as tdid Margaret
Reynolds, '17, in her part of the wid-
ow with matrimonial ambitions.
"The Inside of the White Slave Traf-
fic" by Samuel H. London. Whitney
Theater, Tuesday, February 9. Shows
at 2:30, 7:30, and 9:00, Admission
10c. 88
Buy your Mazda lamps at Switzer's,
310 S. Sate. tf

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members of the Theta Delta Chi
ternity, where the youing people
been guests for the J-Hop.

fra-
had

RENT--Microscope, Mack
117 South Main St.

Drug Have you seen the new Fifty-Fifty
88-89 soft collar? Wagner & Co., State St.

ST-Monday afternoon, near State
Ind William or on the campus, a
.onklin self-filling pen. Leave at
Daily office. 88
ST-Gold cuff button with initial
a on it. Reward. Return to G.
{aering, 814 E. Huron. 88
1NTEPD-A room mate, pleasant
ront suite upstairs. $1.50 per week.
"nquire 1233 Washtenaw. 88
The Inside of the White Slave Traf-
'by Samuel H. London. Whitney
eater, Tuesday, February 9. Shows
2:30, 7:30, and 9:00. Admission
88

University Ave. Pharmacy Drugs
and Toilet Articles. Phone 416. tf
In future 'all cars stop at Goodyear:
Drug Storo. tf
Buy your Conklin Yen at Vain Dor-
en's Pharmacy, 703 Packard street. It
University Ave. Pharmacy Ft uutaln
Pens and Students Suppi es. tr
Buy your Mazda lamps at Switzer's,
310 S. Sate. tf
University Ave. Pharmacy Martha
Washington Candy, Cigars, Cigarettes
and Tobacco. tt

Good Honest
TAILORING
and prumt servJce
AT REASONABLE PRII;ES
ALBERT GANSLE
108 E. Washington St. S-ad ro a

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FOUNTAIN PENS

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We print your nane in gold free.

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STATIONARY

Everything a Student Needs

Students" Supply Store
1 1 1 1 S. Univ. Ave. Phone 1iioo.

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