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You have been looking for those
Oxfordm Cloth outing Shirts.
With Collars Attache"
We have them in all sleeve lengths
Knitted Coats and Spring Shirtings no won display,
Tinker & Compa'ny,
COR. S. STATE and WILLIAM STS. '

February Cut
Price Sale

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February is the month that we cut prices down to roc.k-bo1
This 'is the time to buy. Be on hand so that you ca take
vant'age of these wonderful money saving bargains in Suits, C
coats, Hats -aid Caps, Sweaters, Smoking Jackets and IBathRI

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214 S. Main St.

EXACTGRADERULE
SMYTH, SAYS AUHALL
Reitrar Announces M1ethod Whereby
House Clubs Can Determine
Standing
FACULITY NOT BOUND BY SYSTEMV
Following his practice of last year,.
Registrar A. G. Hall yesterday drew
up a statement explaining the system
by which the chart showing the scho'-
-lastic standings of house clubs are
drawn up by the university authorities.:
Three such charts have been issued
in the last three summers, respective-
ly.
With regard to the rumor that in-
structors give "A" grades according
to certain definite percentages, and
other grades in proportion, Registrar
Hall had the following to say:.
"There is at this time each year, a
persistent and malicious rumor to the
effect that the members of the literary
.ofaculty are required to distribute the
--various grades according ,to an exact'
rule. There is no such requirement.
Although, according to the law of
probability, the distribution for a long
term of years might be expected to
approach a definite norm, a careful and
accurate examination of the reports
for the six semesters of the existence
of the present marking system, shows
that not one of the instructors in any
one of his classes has ever conformed
ait all closely to this norm." He em-
phasized the fact that the above state-
ment was made in pursuance to the
Swishes of the faculty,
~Folowing is Registrar Hall's expla-
Snation of the chart:
"Many fraternities and sororities
wish to know bow their positions on the
chart of comparative stan~dings of
house clubs have been affected by the
grades received at the end of the first
semester. Z give, therefore, an exam-
ple to explain the method so tha~t any
group may make thje necessary com-
pilation and calculatio~n andl thus as-
certain the proper standing.
"From the reports, the grades of all
the members of the group should be
tabulated ano the total ;lunmbers of

I WILL GIVE FREE
With ten or more rolls of
films, to be' developed and
prints made from 'best nega-
tives, one Sxio enlargement
from the best negative or one
8xio print of any U. of M.
view or one 4x6C 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
61q E. Liberty Street.

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VISIT THE SUGAR BOWL
FOR~ REFRESHMENTS-.-

Dress Suits and Opera

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Temple Theatre
ADMISSION Sc.
(except Friday and Saturday)
Mon., Feb. 1b--Premature Vom-
.promise (with, Mariam Nesbit)
Tues.,. Feb. 16-Hemrt Selig
News,
Wfed. F~ebl. 17-Ou the Heights
(with Gretchen IEartman).

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Hats to rent.

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T he Sugar Bowl
109 S. MAIN STREET
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ht on. the white
the eyes.
;hit 'and prevent
perfect conditign
i Amber iand D trk

Orpheum Theatre,
The R~ouse of F~amous Aiays by 1FasotiS
vIlayers,
Feb. 15-10, Mon. & Tues.-ar
rguerite Clarke in The Goose
Girl.
Feb. 17, Wed,-Gabrielle D'Aan-
unizo in Cabiria.
Feb. IS19, Thurs. & Fri.--Geo.
Bebart in The Italian.
Arcade Theatre
SHO8WS; AFTEROONS CO0O: EYE. 0:15;1?:45; 9:15
MO NDtAY, FE3BRUARY 1
The Flower of 'Faith-Two Part
Selig Drama. The' House of
Silence-B~iograph ; and others.
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 06
When 'Honor Wakes-Two-Part
Lunbin Drama. Broncio Billy's
Double Escape. Essanay; anid
others.
COMIIPETITION STIRS MARKSMIENI
TO BETTER PREVIOUS RECORD
R. S. Anderson Shoots Highest Score
in Match Against Rhode
IsIfad College
Shooting 10 points higher than their'
previous record the Michigan Rifle-
team scored a total of 913 in yester-
day's match with Rhode Island State
college, at the Ferry field rifle range.
This establishes the high individual
average of 182 for the first five men..
who shot In yesterday's record match.
R. S, Anderson, lit spec., registered"
the highest mark of the day, making
an 88 off-hand target and a 97 prone
target for the high total of 185. The
scores for the 10 men who shot inz yel-

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DIRECT1 Fk6&M ACtlIaY to you

The people of Ann Arbor and Washteiaw
dially irivited to call at the Exhibition Rooms
PACKT FURNITURE COMPANY and examir
the splendid values offered in choice furniture at
ig, in many instances, A SAVING OF Too I
compared with prices usually charged.
The Come-Packt Mission and Craftsmen L
ticularly s'uitable for fraternity .and club houses.
and make special furnhitur'e to order.
Builders of new ho es will irui it to their a
ploy the' facilities afforded by our factory for tl
kitchens.
Take Packard Street car to State Street and gc
and three b.lcks westto ator'y of

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COMEPACKT FU
Coner Edwin

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IF YOU WANT FIRST CLASS
BOARD
COME TO THE
R E LI ABL E
WHERE YOU GET VARIETY

embers of the hours obtained of each of the grades
y, Polonipa, at A, B, C, D, E, I, and X. The nlgmbers
proceeds thus of hours of T and X~ should be discard-
4d the general ed and the remaining niumbers treated
as follows;
Qur support in Grade Hours Weighted
lcited. completed credit
subscriptions A 20 x 1.50 = 3
orRlafT n B 40x 1.25 = 5

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Prof S. J. Zowski
,of. C. L. Meader is
urer.
fthe University of

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C 59 x 1.0050
D 30 x 4th - 15
E10 p 9 4
150 145,
"The weighted credit 145 dividedl by
1.50 the number of hourm completod
gives .907 the stanriing of the group.
The scale of the charts issued is .015 to
th~e inch. Consequently the position of
the group onl the chart is two and one-
fifth inches below C1 grade."
ARTHUR G. 1IIAtdA4
Chlevago Peace Society Places W. W01011
W. W. Welsh, '12, has 'accepted a po-
sition as assistant secretary of the Chi-
cago Peace society.
While in Chicago, lie will also act as
publicity, manager for the Woman's
TPeace party, which was recently found-
ed at Wasinugton. He will cooperate
in this work with Jane Addams,, who
was elected president of the movement.
Welsh was formerly secretary of the
Ann Arbor Civic association,

Will be the princi-
eeting of the Cos-
be held at 4:00
afternoon its Har-
ilk on, "Some lm-
}America," The
scheduled for this
rpostponed until
ppolitart clyb meet-
be held in Harris
a.s the old club
enough to hold the
ip of the organi-
keiieve Dif'tiqciltaes
ly voce ved from
ach and Oo-, have
qn ini the depart-
With the excep-
),ls and a few or-

terday's match follow:'
Stdg.
R. S. Anderson 88
L. C. Wilcoxen ..88
G. C. Curtiss.....90
J. R. Moser..... 85
W. J. Schoepfle ... 85
J. D. Steere.q ,
A. C. Simons l ..
T. E. Spidcr , 82
Ge...Marks ..... 82
M 5. .Cutting ,.... 68

Prone
97
96
93
96
91
M9
88

Toal
185
184
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181
179
174,
1'73
172
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121 II UfNIERSITY AE.
ALflI1}]S ISStTED' FOR FEBRUARY
Account of Professors' Organization"
Fully Given
Cdntali'Ing a -complete account of the
recent or'ganization of university pro-
fessors, which took plac'e in New
York city, the February copies of the.
Michigan Alumnus were issued yes-
terday. A full repiort of the m~eeting'
is given by Prof. J. S. P. Tatlock, who
was one of Michigan's reprent~tiv6s
at the meeting.
The standardization of the nomien-
clature of the universityr is spoken of
~as a most welcome change. Class re-
uutons for next Juine are urgedI to be
star'ted, and interest in them is in-
creasing as the details of the _program
are announced. The extremejly 'un-
favorable living conditions of the non-
fraternity men is deplored, and the
methods of housing the men at Cor-
nell is cited as a. system for studying
and regulating the student rooming
houses.
WORK ON R OTXICALt GARDEN'S
GREENHJOUSE BEGINS IN MARCH
Work on the construction of the neW
botanical garden's green house. on the
university property on East Pac-kar=
street will start early in March, the,
regents at their. last meeting havip g
appropriated $19,750.00 for thtia pur-
pose.
The building of greenhouses is to be

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tor3u o ocu 0k tLi
East Ann street, a-
staging, an Armen]
considered. The Aj
probably be given
of the Cosmnopolitan

planlt, whj
anY. depar
that of of
soil on t
is especia
work.

club.

Call 15 for Polhtemus Taxi ea
522 "We'll be there" 54,
Holmes Taxi Co.
Dar. rate for single passenge
'25c. Phone taxi 2280.
Call 15 for Polhemus Taxi ca
10c rents a Kodak. Lyndon.
522 "Two6-Bits" 522
Holmes Taxi Co.
IFor Musical Instruments of

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VICTROLA IS
Tone. 'PREMINENT
GRI1 NNNULL BROS.
"The House of Service."

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