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THE MICHIGAN } AILY

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Everyone should have a Kodak
You can u s e one everyday
Nothing tells the story better

WHIRLWIND

FINISH

ICES

El Sale Now On
ind Overcoats. Divided in Two lots
off--1/3 off

GET IT AT
CALKINS' PHARMACY
324 SOUTH STATE STREET

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AMATEUR FINISHING A SPECIALTY

We are compelled to give you
this great opportunity of all Suits
and Overcoats 1-3 off, Furnishings

& BLACKS 1-4 OFF
PANTS 20% OFF

We carry a complete line of genuine Eastman Kodaks and Supplies.
There is an Eastman for everyone from the Graflex to the KodakJr.
We will take in your old Kodak if you want a better one.
GET IT AT CALKINS' PHARMACY

20%; Bags

and Suit Cases 20%.

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)HAMS & CO.
121-123 So. Ilain St. ,

Street

$75,000
ngs Bank
irplus $ioo,ooo
,o
Transacted
had s. Fritz,
Pres., Carl F.
z, Asst. Cash'r

Scotch Plaid
Overcoats
The newest material is a
thick, soft, rough finished.
cloth, with subdued plaids
woven into the back. You
can't imagine what a rich
overcoat this material will
make.
A. F. Marquardt
516 William Street

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Postcards giving the revised sched-
ule of Choral Union concerts, are now
being mailed to patrons by the school
of music officials. The various con-
certs will be given as follows:
Wednesday, February 17-Cincinnati
Symphony orchestra, Dr. Ernest Kun-
wald, conductor.
Tuesday, March 2-Ferruccio, Buso-
ni, Italian pianist (this concert was
postponed from November).
Thursday, April 8-Olive Fremstad,
Metropolitan Opera prima-donna.
Mme. Fremstad is substituted for Mr.
Slezak, who failed to come to America
on account of the war.

Tuesday, Feb. 9-H--earst-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)

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Orpheum Theatre
The House of Famous Plays by Famous
Players.
Tuesday, February 9
Tohn Emercon in The Conspiracy
Wednesday, February 10
Mary Pickford in Hearts Adrift.
Thursday and Friday Feb. 11-12
Margaret Clarke in The Crucible.
Saturday, February 1
Carlyle Blackwell in The Last
Chapter.

in Sts.
ce for Your

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loth Shop

TAILORS

on the lines of fashionable Tailor-
es productions.

our own Workshops

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TO FOR1, DRAltATIC FRATERNITY
Mhies to Discuss Formation of Club;
Many Organizations in Favor
Mimes will meet at 7:30 o'clock to-
night at the Union to discuss the for-
mation of a national dramatic frater-,
nity, similar to Sigma Delta Chi, the
national journalistic fraternity.
The movement for such an organi-
zation was started by the Bearsfoot
club of the University of Wisconsin,
and was considered by the Masque
and Wig club of the University of
Pennsylvania, the Triangle club of
Princeton, the Dartmouth Dramatic
club, the Iowa Dramatic club
and the Black Friars club of the
University of Chicago. The National
Musical Comedy club has been sug-
gested as a name for the organization.
After a consideration of this club,
the Mimes will read over this year's
opera, "All That Glitters."
Alpha Nn Society to Install Officers
Alpha Nu literary society meets at
7:00 o'clock tonight in the Alpha Nu
rooms on the fourth. floor of Universi-
ty hall.
Officers for the second semester will
be installed as follows: President, Ja-
cob Levin, '17L, vice-president, J. Q.
Adams, '16; secretary, H. Teegarden,
'17; treasurer, H. H. Springstun, '17;
Sybil editor, C. E. Bailey, '17;marshall,
E. J. Engle, '15.
L. E. Dunten, '14-'16L, president of
the Oratorical association, will address
the society. A debate will be held on
government ownership of the merchant
mnarine, and the Sybil will be read.
All interested in oratory and debating
are invited to attend.
It. E. Dean, '15, Chairman of Dances
Russel E. Dean, '15, has been ap-
pointed general chairman of all the
Union dances to be held during this
semester. Dean replaces Emmett F.
Connely, '15, who was chairman dur-
ing last semester. Special effort will
be made to distribute evenly the ap-
pointments of chaperons and commit-
teemen. Freshmen will be placed on
committees occasionally this semester.1
New designs which are now beingE
planned for the programs, are expect-
ed to be put into use soon.
Detroit Engineer Will Lecture Today<
f. H. Essylstyn, of the Edison Il-
luminating Co., and president of the
Detroit Engineering society, will give
an illustrated lecture on, "The Con-
struction of the Connors Creek power
house," at 4:00 o'clock this afternoon
in room 348 of the new engineering
building.

Arcade Theatre
SHOWS:AFTERNOONS 4;00 EVE. 0:15; 7:45; 9:15
Wednesdav February 10
BEATRIZ MICHI NAin "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 Bragy
Feature.
FIRST NATION A L BANK
ANN ARBOR
Capital - - $100,000
Surplus and Profits $65.000
Directors
Wirt Cornwell, Geo. W. Patterson, H. J. Ab-
bott, S. W. Clarkson, i. D. Kinne, Harrison
Soule, Waldo M. Abbott, Dan B. Sutton, Fred
Schmid.
WHI TNEY
Thursday Night---Feb. 11
IUnc~c Josh'
Jen1mki*ns...
THE QUAINT RURAL COMEDY
-ORIGINAL COMPANY-
PRICES -25, 35, 50c
SEATS NOW ON SALE
TEN DOLLARS
Special this week. $15 balmacaan
coats for $10. Gross on Liberty. 89-90
TEN DOLLARS
Special this week. $15 balmacaan
coats for $10. Gross on Liberty. 89-90
Showing of early spring millinery at
the Granger Hat Shop, 606 East Lib-
erty. 89-90

Made only by
The Shredded Wheat Company,

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s, Vigorous
Winter Pastimes
--to be thoroughly enjoyed-must be indulged
in without fatigue of body or mind. And this
can best be done on a regular diet of
ti 7dep!d Wyheat
Athletes Who exCel in winter sports keep their
blood red, tissues healthy, and brain alert by
the daily use of this most nourishing form of
whc e wheat. They find it contains all the
food elrments that are needed to keep them in
tine fe~te, their muscles hard, their eyes clear,
their brain aCtive.
Ready to serve at any time with cream and
s7gar or with fresh or preserved fruits, stewed
punes, sliced bananas or baked apples.
"All the Meat of the Golden Wheat"

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AMATEUR FINISHING
CAMPUS VIEWS
PORTRAITS

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DAINES & NICKE LS

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Physicaily Fit \.~
yy playgoer has remarked the virility aind
it vigor of William Faversha, both as an
id as a man. No matter what part he is play-
always presents a figure of alert strength and
its. His voice is especially engagg, clear,
and sonorous.
Tuxedo tobacco to gain a testimonial from such
stating that it helps to keep hirm "physically
n good spirits" and keeps his voice "in good
oes far toward convincing you of Tuxedo's
me, all-round value to you.
The Perfect Tobacco for Pipe and CijarCi e
do will put snap and virn into your daily work.
Lspiring tobacco that will keep you ft as a fiddle,
st, hearty and happy and hale. You can smoke it
ng, and each succeeding pipeful will glow with
peer.
original, exclusive "Tux.edo Process" has many
-but no equal.
Tuxedo for a week, and you1 like it forever.
U CAN BUY TUXEDO EVERYWHERE

The only Studio on thke Campus
334-336 S. State St. .
Official Photographers For The MICtI23A'tNSiA

P~tsoa*. 130_J

Makes Your f w''"Lc Velvet
Mann's Benzoin Cieam has a marvellous effect on the skin.
Two or three applications will remove the roughness, and
by its occasional use the skin acquires the smoothness and
softness of a baby's.
Delightful after Shaving. Price 15 este
MANN'S DRUG STORE 213 Street

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Showing of early spring millinery at
the Granger Hat Shop, 606 East Lib-
erty. 89-90

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TEN DOLLARS
Special this week. $15 balmacaan
coats for $10. Gross on Liberty. 89-90

University Ave. Pharmacy Martha
Washington Candy, Cigars, Cigarettes
and Tobacco. t

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1212 S. UNIVERSITY AVE.
T. HANKINS, Prop.

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IF YOU WANT FIRST CLASS
COME TO THE
HEL I A B L E
WHERE YOU GET VARIEOTY

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FOR RENT-Two room suite at 325 E.

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Jefferson.

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assine swrapped,
nidors, 40c andS0c

In Gl( Hmidos SOc and 90c

THE AMERICAN TOBACCO

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ye. Pharmacy Drugs In future
Icles. Phone 416. tf Drug Store.

all cars stop at .Goodyear
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Inventory Sl.
Students, your opportunity to buy
mandolins, violins, banjos, guitars
20% discount
Big reduction on all musical cases and outfits.
Have you heard "Victors" and "Varsity"
on the Victrola? Take one home, only 75c.
GRINNNELL BR.OS.
I2O-I2Z E. Liberty St.

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POR RENT-Microscope, Mack Drug

Co., 117 South Main St.

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88-891

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WANTED-Will party who exchanged
punch bowls at the J-Hop call 344.
89-90

FOR RENT-Large airy single room,
two doors from campus. 1109 Col-
lege St. 89-91

ONE BLOCK FROM
ENGINEERING 1UILDING
University Ave. Pharmacy Foun
Pens and Students Supplies.
TEN DOLLARS
Special this week. $15 balmai
coats for $10. Gross on Liberty. 8
Good laundress. Call 2098-R. &
FOR RENT-Large south suite, n
ly furnished, two blocks from c
pus. Call 1264-J. 8
Buy your Mazda lamps at Switz
310 S. Sate.

Day rate for single passenger now
e. Phone taxi 22R0

AGENTS WANTED-In the University
of Michigan. Chas F. Lowling, 459
Franklin St., Buffalo, N. Y. 89-92

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