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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Pble amount of Freec.Piano Certificates with each Purchase.
5% on Mackinaws
5 % "Rainco- is & Balmacaan
all winter Suitii,ro rusings
and. Ovrcoatings.
DRESS SUITSr1TO RENT
J. K. MALCOLM
604t Fast Iliberty Street. Mlalcolm BMock
of Broken Sizes
n
ens and Womens S hoes
VERY CHEAP
At the Sign of Satisfaction

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LYIND ON THE
Always Reliable
Always square
Always on the fob
Always knows his place
Always delivers the goods
Always treats everybody alike
-Always back of every thing that's
good for Michigan Students.

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Factory ilat Store
W. W. MANN, Prop.

LIBERTY T.

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High Class Shoe Repairing

RV N ON )tA TCHE S FOR3.1i TilEN;
0l1 ~ISIDE COMPETITION 11 A VIt ft r',)
Lack of Room in (,ym Reasoni66 id n
by A uthorities,. Tourney Plan
Nov Under Way
Captain Watson's wrestling contin-
gent will not have outside competition
this season, according to information
given out yesterday by L. C Reimann,
'17L, secretary of the wrestling club.
Meets with other college matmen'
have been hanging fire for some time,
but the reason given for the final de-
cision in omitting these matches was
that Waterman gymnasium afforded
scant facilities for accommodating the
crowds which would attend such
meets.
Plans for the annual campus tourna-
ment are being formulated, however,
and the wrestling club has called for
a meeting- of all entrants at 7:15
o'clock this evening, in the trophy
room of the gymnasium. All likely
candidates are expected to be present
Interest in the coming tournamient
has been stinmulated to some extent,
through the voluntary efforts of soino.
men who have been prominent in pre-
vious tournaments. Captain Watson,
L. C. Reimann, '1:7L, T. F'. Amtsbue(Jh-
ler, '16, J. A. Maixner, '17 r., Fa. F.
Traub, '16, and R. P. Baker, '1-7E, comn-
pose a list of men who are furnishin
pointers to novices and others. A shet,.
posted in the wrestling room, con-
tains the exact time when these men
will be on hand. They invite all be-
ginners to consult them at anry time.
REGEN T FRANK LEL~AND) IF AVORS
JIUNIITS E. REAL1 FOR POSITION
Declares 1Willingness to Sak- ntice
Chances in Order to U1d
Ann Arbor Man
Announcing his willingness to be
sacrificed if necessary, Regent Frank
1B. Leland, of Detroit, in a statement,
Monday, urged upon the Wayne d(,le-
gation, the necessity of electing Re-
gent Junius 11. beal to the Republican
candidacy, because o[ the latter's ms
idency in Ann Arbor.
t:egent Leland pointed out that fre-
quently matters affectling the interests
of the university come up which re-
quire the immediate consideration of
some member of the board, and that
Regent Beal is the only candidate or
member of the board from Ann Arbor
at present. It has been customary in
the past to have some resident regent
a member of the board.
"After the nomination of Regent
Bleal," he said, "the convention will
then have before it the names of other
candidates, and whomsoever they may
select as the other nominee, I trust
will be the man, who, in the best judg-
ment of the convention, is best fittedt
for the position."

CLs"(lark May Enroll in University
According to all reports, "Les" Clark,
former Detroit 'Central star, will prob-
ably enter the university next fall.
Clark was rated as. one of the most
brilliant quarterbacks in the east last
season, and claims to have left Brown
University for reasons other than scho-
lastic difficulties.
Besides four members of the foot-
ball team, six Varsity baseball play-
ers at Brown have left college. At-
tempt= are being made to patch 'up
the d( Inculties which threaten to crip-
ple the, university in. its two major
sport.

opera slyle 1 ctan wood, and the heads
carry a silver mounting on which the
owner's ntm is ei.ngrt aved.
New Prcsliiuen tafist Report to Dr. flay
Tht.freshvmen who havye, entered
the university this semester should
report to the gymnasium ait once for
classifliat ion in gym classes, was the
announcemeont made by Dr. May yes-
terday.
Locke r tickets are obtainable at the
office, and will be given out as long
as the supply lasts. Inadequate facil-
ities along this line May cause trouble,
as the number is nearly exhausted al-
ready.

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CAMUS OOTRYBostonian Footwear 4
308 ou~ tae Strcet ROYAL TAILORED CLOTHES

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A SPLENDID BUSINESS OFFER FOR VACATCION
To University Men
Any hustling University man can make '2W.100
a month by selling the Mlonitor G asolene Sad Iron.
All or spare time, big profits, easy atid pleasent
work. A fine hot weather seller. A> few week's
work during vacation will pay your expenses next
year. Pronounced the "NWorl~s Best" by 630,000)
customers. No experience required.
MONITO. SAD IRON CO.
,,iJ BIG PRAIRIE, OHIO
Sao 060. C. Clmaseia, 17L6. Lsoal reps-Ossetttv81
338 E. Catherine Street, Phone 23-M

1 18 E. Huron St.

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

50 c for one passenger,

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and 1M4" men ar
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of -t:. of M. Bar
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hest ral and voIcL
!xcellc i, and ,ei
it. A royal eve
> -V men at an
Sday or nighlta

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IN NI? 'lN 6 A'IOlNFD (OMF 1)Y
When Old New York
was Dutch
._... ...NEW SONGS ;-___
xhNI,11.11FirstMet You. moon-'Moon-Moon
Whent~ the Roses in Spring Bloom Again.
Mliter Bear. Find others.
PRICE3S-Main Floor
1st 1.3 Rows - - - $1.00
Last 3 Rows- - .75
Balcony
1st 4 Rows - .75
~st9RowsGALLEERY 25c.
SEATS ON SALE THURSDAY

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3 Days Only
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3 Days Only
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- 3.to $2.600 Phone 2225
Thy _$POi Cq G ooe ds __V
R, the Tat Miaer NO COSIV~ FIRE
Persian Love Play by Rchard Walton Tully os
e S h o w T h a t H a s Sta r te d T h e % 1Wor i s - p r l gin g i g a n d W is tlin
ROWLAND and PlC CMPANY OF
CLIFFORD LL'J 50 Dancers & "Singers
the Whirly Girly Tanigo La Salle, Opera Houste (Chticigo) SUCCeSS
R NIAuSiC y AU bre- y Scffer Book &T yrics
by Arthur Gillis,ie. 'Iangoes by Virgil
1 0Bennett, Staged by Frank TVanne~hill, Jr.
tTangoesque Carnival. Costurns -a Riot in Colors
Scenic Enviroimeut Superbly Iesigne-
THE SEASON'S MOST SNAPPY MUSICPAL C(OED

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3:00 7:30 9:00
Thivarsdiay Matilnee, F-eb 11lth
California
(Frank's WL ETS O

WILL TALK ON "JAPANESE AINT"I

Professor Anesaki of-Harvard to Give
First Lecture 'Today
Masaharu Anesaki, professor of
Japanese literature and life at Har-
vard University, will lecture here today
and tomorrow on subjects pertaining
to Japanese art. At 4:15 o'clock this
afternoon, Professor Anesakii will talk
on "Japanese Art" in Sarah Caswell
Ang ell hall. In the course of his lec-
ture he will give a general survey of
tile chief characteristics of Japnanese
art, and will illustrate his address
with 50 lantern slides5.
"A Prophet of Japan ese Buddhism"
is the subject of his address at 4:15
o'clock tomorrow afternoon, which will
be givn i the west gallery of Alumni
Menmorial hall.
Professor Anesaki comes to Ann
Arbor from Chicago, where he recent-
ly delivered an address on the H askell
Foundation. Fie has spoken in many
of the larger universities of the Con-
try, and has had a wide exper-ience oon
the lecture platform.
The lectures are being given under
the unriiversity ' etsion series, and
,are open, to the public.
Wa,1 lkiing s>ticks foir the sen"iior xl
tetura i' l clayss have just beenr rece.ived>
and are bue !ing i;;stribuitdat 7p( rsent to
thie membiers of htcls.Th ls
wiill nlOt hold a reguliar sigout w=ith
the canes, brit will stairt% wearintg themn
this wGeek, The sticks are madie in

AWhole Caucus in 30 Mimajtes

SEE Six Beautiful Horses-Oine Lon Horned Steer-One Comedy Mule and
Western Champions and Celebrities9

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C. F. HAFLEY . . . Ex California Sheriff
BEE HO GRAY . . Champion Roper of the World
SCOUT MAISH Champion Steer Bulldogger of the World
MISS MAMIE FRANCIS _ America's Greatest Rifle Shot
MISS ADA SOMERVILLE Americas Famous Cowgirl and Horse Trainer
MISS PAULINE LAWRENCE Broncho Buster and Cowgirl
CHARLIE SWEET . , Rube Constable
BILLY REED , . . Boss Hostler
SAM CROSS . . . . Boss Props

4 Other Corking Big ';Vode'Acts 4
3 Shows Every Day 3
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19 People and an ]Entire Wild West Show

WATCHFOR THE BIG STREET PARADE EVERY DAY

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- at $1.00 +I Bajlance 9q Rows, 27;el
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FOUNTmAIN PENS

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