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February 10, 1915 - Image 5

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Cit's just in from t
Now on display
ool Und erwear (union
z5% discount for a fewT nr
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A f ItCOR. S. STAT an
25% off -
D eterl. L.Cry,'15, editor of te "Mich-
Street W st igan .Fester," announced yesterday
ietroit that the quarterly issue of the maga-
zine will go to press in about a week.
More than 400 copies will be printed
and distributed among the alumni and
ERS TAKEN NOW students of the department.
-Baseball Manager C. H. Lang,'15, has
announced that all sophomores desir-
ing to enter competition for assistant
baseball managerships are to meet him
at 1:15 o'clock tomorrow afternoon in
Waterman gym. Eight men, who will
run for four positions, will be nomina-
o SedR ted in June.
-More than 18,000 feet of lumber have
#s been received by the wod shop of the
engineering department.
0Inc -Business men of Ypsilanti hae
W .formed a checker club and are anxious
214 S. Main St. to meet any ix or eight man team.
Matches may be arrangd by writing
to Dr. H. Montgomery, 608 Pearl St.,
Ypsilanti.
-larrisers, senior law honorary so-
Y U E y E ciety, will hold a dinner at the Union
at 12:15 o'clock today. A nemb 'r of
n o esn g o ythe e white the faculty will be secured to act as
ilt'er the light and prevent speaker.
our eyes in perfect condition -Reports for the first semester's work
nations. will be mailed out to students in the
e line of both Amber and Dark College of Literature, Science and the
p to $5.00 Arts by Registrar A. G. Hall today.
Notices of warning and probation will
EWELRY CO. accompany the reports. -
EET JEWELERS -Committeemen for the Union mem-
bership dance on Saturday night are
Ray J. Mills, '16L, chairman, Standish
W. Robinson, '16, Julius L. Berns, '16,
and Conrad N. Church, '17, Tickets
Wedrn IhIJ. go on sale at the Union counter, after
R5:00 o'clock tomorrow.
Matinee and Night --Walter G. Brayer, '181, who was op-
erated on for appendicitis several days
R IN ZININNATI ? " age, and is now confined to the home-
opathic hospital is rported as recov-
ering rapidly.
-Announcement has been made of the
birth of a son to Dr. H. I. Lillie, of the
university hospital staff, on January
23. The boy has been named John
Canfield Lillie.
-James : ICampbell, '17, who has
been confined to the homeopathic hos-
pital for two weeks with pulmonary
trouble, is improving.
Senior architects meet at 4:30 o'clock
E " today.
Catholic Study club will meet at
° d4 ",7:30 o'clock tonight at the Knights of
Columbus parlors.

Mimes will meet at 7:.30 o'clock to-
morrow night at the Union to read the
opera.
a Hockey practice for the combined
literary team, 2:(0 o'clock, Weinberg's
skating rink.
25., 5c., 75c., $1.00 All soph lit basketball candidates
50c., 76c., $1.00 $1.50 meet at city Y. M. C. A. at 7:00 o'clock
0 W S E L L I N G tonight prepared to play.
Two Classes t Nominate Co11ilmen
1S The Beit fellowship for scientific re~ Nominations for student councilmen
search, amounting to 150 pounds for will be made by the junior lits at 4:00
nd one year, at the Imperial College of o'clock Thursday afternoon, in the
Science and Technology, London, will lecture room of Tappan haill, and by
be awarded on a competitive basis, the junior law class, at the regular
class meeting on Friday afternoon .
m- eligibility being restricted to those Councilman T. P. Soddy, '1E, will pre-
cal having a diploma from a college ap- side at the former meeting, and H. M.
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Price

February Cut

February is the month that we cut prices down to rock-bott
This is the time to buy. Be on hand so that you can take
vantage of these wonderful money saving bargains in Suits, O0

1 f
I WILL GIVE FREE
With ten or more rolls of
films, to be developed and
prints made from best nega-
tives, one 8x1o enlargement
from the best negative or one
8xio print of any U. of M.
view or one 4x6 portrait of
self, made in my studio.
We use Cyko Paper for our
amateur work, the paper that
leads, the results will tell the
story.
Hoppe's Studio
619 Liberty Street.

Temple Theatre

Tuesday, Feb. 9-Hearst-Selig
News.
Wednesday, Feb. 10-"Scrap of
Paper" (with Louise Vale)
Friday, Feb. 11-"Master Key"
(5th story)
'Saved From the Life of Crime"
(with Dorothy Kelly)
Orpheum Theatre
?ie house of Famous Plays by Famous
Players.
Tuesday, February 9
John Emercon in The Conspiracy
Wednesday, February 10
Mary Pickford in Huarts Adrift.
Thursday and Friday Feb. 11-12
Margaret Clarke in The Crucible.
Saturday, February 13
Carlyle Blackwell in The Last
Chapter.
Arcade Theatre
SHOWS:AFTERNOONS 4:00 EVE. 6:15; 7:45; 9:15
Wednesdav February 10
BEATRI7 MICI1EI 1NA in "Mrs.
Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch."
Thursday February 11
In the Latin Quarter, Vitagraph
drama in two parts. Olive is
Dismissed, Edison, and others.
Friday February 12
Tom Wise in "A Gentleman from
Mississippi'" Return engage-
ment of this splendid Brady
keature.
THE STATE SAVINGS BANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
CAPITAL STOCK $100,000.00
SURPLUS AND PROFITS $125,00.00
Wm. J. Booth, Pres., WmArnold, Vice-Pres.
ohn C. Waltz, Cashier, R. A.Beal, Asst' Cash
Lacy, '15, president of the council, at
the latter.
No important business came up at
the student council session last night.
It was said that a new rope was need-
ed for the tug-of-war in the spring,
but it was decided to leave this over
until this committee is appointed at
the next meeting.
Graduate Students Will Hold Dance
Graduate students will gather for, an
informal dance and social entertain-
inent Saturday night in Barbour gym-
i asium. The affair is restricted to
members of the Graduate club and
prospective embers.
(graduate School Enrollment Increases
Enrollment figures for the graduate
school show an increase of 40 stu-
dents for the second semester, at the
present time. Many of these are from
the seniorclasses of'last semester.

coats, Hats and Caps, Sweaters, Sn
Dress Suits and Opel
REULE, CONLII
After the Thea
VISIT THE SU
FOR REFRESI
The Sug
109 S. MAI
Furni
DIRECT FROM FA
The people of Ann Arbor an
dially invited to call at the Exh
PACKT FURNITURE COMPA
the splendid values offered in choi
ing, in many instances, A SAVIN
compared with prices usually char
The Come-Packt Mission and
ticularly stitable for fraternity an
and make special furniture to orde
Builders of new homes will fir
ploy the facilities afforded by our
"built-in" furniture for libraries,
kitchens.
Take Packard Street car to Sta
and three blocks west to factory o
COME-PACKT FURN
Corner Edwin and
IF YOU WANT
BEOA
COME T
R E L I
WHERE YOU G
1212 S. UNIVERSITY AVE.
T. HANKINS, Prop.
HITN EY
THURS. NICHT
UNCMLE JOSI
The
RUR AL4
ORIGINALI
PRICES, 25c.
Seats Nov

TEN DOLlARS
Special this week. $15 balmacaan
coats for $10. Gross on Liberty. 89-90
Have your rockers and Davenports
covered now. We can show you a fine
assortment in Tapestries, Velours,
Taffetas, Dennims, etc. Estimates
cheerfully submitted. Martin. Haller,
112-122 E. Liberty St. 89
TEN DOLLARS
Special this week. $15 balmacaan

FIEGEL CO.

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Woking Jackets and Bath R

ra Hats to rent.

itur e
CTORY TO YOU
d Washtenaw County are -
ibition Rooms of the CO'
N\Y and examine for thiems 5
ce furniture at prices repret
JG or Too PER CEN'as
ged.
J Craftsmen Designs ar<r-
id club houses. We also sign
r.
nd it to their advantage- em-
factory for the produ0n of
dens, halls, dining-ro(s and
te Street and go one blh: south
f
VITURE COMANY
Division Streets
FIRST CLASS
LD
O THE
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ET VARIETY
ONE BLOCK FROM
ENGINEERING BUILDING

owman

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-:- FEBRUARY 11
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)U'aint

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ATS

DOMEDY
COMPANY
, 35o., 500.,
I 0 n Sale

Riome a

the annual co
ips in classi

in Academy in
research at the
ence and Tech-
r been received
aent.
ical Studies of
in Rome offers
$1,000 for one
$1,000 per year

proved of by the trustees of the Lm-
perial College. Applications must be
in the hands of the rector of the uni-
versity not later than April 15. Details
of both the above fellowships m'ay be
obtained from Dean Karl F. Guthe, or
the graduate department.
Senate Council Postpones Meeting
On account of there being no quor-
um, no business was transacted by the
senate council last night. The next

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Iventry Sale'
,tudents, your opportunity to buy
mandolins, violins, banjos, guitars
20/(discoxnt
Big reduction on all masici cases and outfits.
Have you heard "Victors" and "Varsity"
on the Victrola? Lake one home, only 75c.
-RINNNEL L BR.OS.
- 1O-I22 E. Llberty St.

coats for $10. Gross on Liberty.
FOR RENT-Large airy sing1.
two doors from campus. 11
lege St.
WANTED--Will party who exc
punch bowls at the J-Hop c

Showing of early s
the Granger Hat 5h<

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