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TR lMIGHT AN iAI"LY

5%

off

25% off

February Cut
Price Sale

Stein Bloch Clothing
and allheavy Wool Underwear (union
and two piece)-at 25% discount for a few
days only.
Lindenscbmit, Aptel & Co.

February is the month that we cut ptices down to rock-bottom.
This is the time to buy. Be on hand so that you can take ad-
vantage of these wonderful money saving bargains in Suits, Over
coats, Hats and Caps, Sweaters, Smoking Jackets and-Bath Robes.

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25

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SET'BAND BOUNCE'
FOR FEBRUARY 26

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Wi. Dieterle
94 Fort Street West
Detroit
SPR ING ORDERS TAKEN NOW

Unusually High Brand of Harmony
Promise of Director Richards
for Program of
Concert

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I WILL GIVE FREE
With ten or more rolls of
films, to be developed and
prints made from best nega-
tives, one 8xiox 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 E. Liberty Street.

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Dress Suits and Opera Hats to rent.

REULE, CONLIN FIEGEL CO.

"CHEESE
JOHN,

IT," SKIT BY W. A. P.
'16, WILL BE FEATURE

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DEAN'S
Fresh Roasted
Peanuts
A FULL 10
POUND a
214 S. Main St.
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PROTECT YOUR EYE
The blinding reflection of sunlight on the white
snow causes a very severe strain on the eyes.
Amber Glasses will filter the light and prevent
all eye strain keeping your eyes in perfect condition
to study for your examinations.
We are showing a large line of both Amber and Dark
Smoked Glasses.
25c. up to $5.00

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HALLER JEWELRY CO.
STATE STREET JEWELERS

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Maurice Costello
Farmous Moving Picture Actor,
says:
"The great ng aysabmdt Taxedo is
the fact that it gives fIhl fragraInce
and flavor together with extreme
mildness. I find Taxedo not only
the height of pipe,.enjoynment but
a distin-t baefit becwre iI gIVes
just the proper degree of r,/' xa..
tion, Tuxedo is undoubtv'ddy ca
exceptional toacco. 7

Gordon Eldredge and Waldo Fellows,
Former Campus Comedians,
to Appear
Another rehearsal of the Varsity
band will be held at 7:00 o'clock to-
night in University Hall in prepara-
tion for the "Band Bounce" which is
scheduled for February 26. Director
H. E. Richards, who is training the
band for the event, announces that the
musicians will be able to produce the
best brand of music they have played
thus far, and that both the concert
and solo work will be of an unusual-
ly high standard for a college band.
The vaudeville part of the evening's
entertainment is progressing rapidly,
according to Henry C. Rummel, '14-
'16L, who has been holding rehearsals
of the various numbers on the pro-
gram. The cast for "Cheese It," the
comedy melodrama by W. A. P. John,
'16, who was author of the skit "When
Salome Danced Before the King,"
which was presented by Durward
Grinstead, '16L, and H. L. Nutting,
'15L, at several Glee and Mandolin
club concerts, has been selected, and
although the names have not yet been
announced, it is said to contain a num-
ber of campus comedy stars. The skit
tself is entirely humorous, burlesquing
the 10-20-30 type of shows.
Word has been received from Gor-
don Eldredge, '14, and Waldo Fellows,
'14, of Detroit, who were among the
chief exponents of campus vaudeville
last year that they are planning to
give some new acts which they have
just devised. The acts they are to pre-
sent have been left entirely to their
own judgment, but they have promised
to appear together, and also to sing
individually.
As a preliminary to securing a large
advance ticket sale, 25 men have been
appointed as chairmen of ticket com-
mittees, and a meeting will be held in
the shops building at 4:00 o'clock to-
morrow afternoon, when the features
of the "Band Bounce" will be explain-
ed. Each man is to appoint ten men to
work under him, and tickets will be
distributed to them on the following
Tuesday. Tickets will be put on sale
at the stores on the campus and down
town, at the Michigan Union, and the
Y. M. C. A., next Saturday.
L K. POND, ARCHITECT OF NEW I
UNION CLUBHOUSE, WILL SPEAK;
I. K. Pond, the architect of the pro-
posed new Union clubhouse, will be the
speaker at the Union next Sunday af-
ternoon. Mr. Pond is one of the lead-
ing architects of Chicago, and is also
interested in social service work. It
has not yet been learned whether he
will speak on some phase of social ser-
vice, or whether he will discuss plans
for the new building. ,
If you are looking for some place to'
go "Washington's Birthday" don't for-.
get that the Majestic matinee begins
at 3:00 o'clock. Remember as -this is:
a national holiday night prices will
prevail. Special feature act George
Primrose and his minstrels. .

Orpheum 'Theatre:
The House of Famoud Plays by Famous
Players.
Feb. 17, Wed.-Gabrielle D'Aan-
unizo in Cabiria.
Feb. 18.19, Thurs. & Fr-Geo.
Beban in The Italian.

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The people of Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County are cor-
dially invited to call at the Exhibition Rooms of the COME-
PACKT FURNITURE COMPANY and examine for themselves
the splendid values offered in choice furniture at prices represent-
ing, in many instances, A SAVING OF lo PER CENT, as
compared with prices usually charged.
The Come-Packt Mission and Craftsmen Designs are par-
ticularly suitable for fraternity and club houses.' We also design
and make special furniture to order.
Builders of new hones will find it to their advantage to en-
ploy the facilities afforded by our factory for the production of
"built-in" furniture for libraries, dens, halls, dining-rooms and
kitchens.
Take Packard Street car to State Street and go one block south
and three blocks west to factory of
COME-PACKT FURNITURE COMPANY
Corner Edwin aaii Divisiem Streets

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CANDY SPECIALTIES
Pyery day in the week.
THE SUGAR BOWL
104 S. Main St.

Temnple ,The'atre'
ADMI'SSION So
(oxoopt Flday and Saturday)'
Wed. Feb. 17-On the Heights
(with Gretchen Hartman).

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Arcade Theatre
SHOWS:AFTERN0KNS 4;00: EYE. 6:15;7:456;9:15
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17
Clara Kimball Young in "The
Deep Purple."-A five-part Lieb-
ler Feature.

DIRECT FROM FACTORY TO YOU

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IF YOU WANT FIRST CLASS
DOME TO THE
R E L I A B L E
WHERE YOU GET VARIETY

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"As Po piir As i The
Movies"-fUDO

Tu::ed~o anwcs every smoke desire-every little
paat e cravi;, - .y I mging for the one Perfect Pipe
and Cigare.e tobacco. No nser when or hov you
mofe Glausdoriten . a into your heart a glim-
mer of Gladsome Sunshine. And you can just about
hear the honeybee, , uzz in the far-off gardens.

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COMMITTEE OF HONOR SOCIETY
SENDS OUT LIST OF SENIORS
Interest in the Phi Beta Kappa selec-
tions from the class of 1915 has been
stimulated by letters which have been
mailed to all instructors and professors
in the literary college, by a committee
of the honor society,rconsisting of
Prof. Charles B. Vibbert, chairman;
Prof. David Friday, secretary; Prof.
Otto C. Glaser, and Prof. Edward R.
Turner.
The letters contain lists of the liter-
ary seniors, of whom there are nearly
600, together with instructions to grade
all likely Phi Beta Kappa candidates"
with the marks A, B, and C. It states
that the lists should be checked off ands
handed in not later than Saturday,
February 20. It states that only 10 per
cent of the senior class will be picked.
Marked proficiency in advanced work
will be the deciding factor in making
the decisions, although elementary-
work will be counted.
The Holiday feature act at the Ma.
jestic Monday Matinee, Feb. 22nd
"Washington's Birthday" will be
George Primrose and his Minstrels in
a 30 minute minstrel first part, also
four other acts of good vaudeville "Re.
member as this is a national holiday
night prices will be charged at the
matinee.

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

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ONE BLOCK FROM
ENCINEERlNO BUILDING

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EXTENSION; LECTURER WILL
COVER MANY CO12bMUITIES
Professor R D. T. Hellit*er to Deliver
Readig before TeacherA9
Association

speak Sunday night in Monroe
"The Cathedrals of England."

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PROF. KAAUS WRITES ARTICLE
IN GERMAN SCIENCE MAGAZINE

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Sings into your aystem a song of keen delight.
It spreads real happnes eand cheer because it's smnok-
abLe, lovable, all day, all night-no rnatter 1how the
weather fits. Tuxedo's flavor is so entwcingly mild
and delicately fragrant it will not A-ritte the most
sensitive throat.
Simply the choicest mild leaves of grand o ld
Kentucky Burley-ripe, rich, fragrant and mellow-~ -
made into delicious tobacco that smokes as smooth
as cream. That's Tuxedo.
YOU CAN BUY TUXEDO EVERYWH ERE
Convenient, glassine-wrapped, Famous green t, " g H
moisture-proof pouch. . . . lettering, curved t fit packet C
In Tin -umidors 40c and Sac In Glass HwmidOrs S0c and 90c

Michigan's extension lecture sirvice departm
will send members of the literary, law, on "Born
medical, dental, and architectural fac- Classific
ulties to many communities in the state
before the end of this week. appearin
Dr. R. W. Bunting lectured last night "Das Neu
in St. Clair on "How to Care for the Paleanto
Teeth of Children." 'Prf. E. C. God- in Stuttg
dard, of the Law School, lectured last
night in El Itapids, his ibjett being Profes
"The Trained Man" This talk will be tiuGo
repeated by Professor Goddard in Cen- ed in Ge
tral Lake tonight, and in Grand. Ledge as an auti
n Friday. Prof. R. D. T. Hollister will rography
give a reading in Lansing tonight. of writin
Prof. T. C. Trueblood will read from ence text
the works of Mark Twain in Holland subjects.
tomorrow, and in Zeeland Friday. Five
other professors will speak on the PROF. F
same day. They are Prof. H. R. Cross, HIS
Muskegon, "French Art, Painting, and
Sculpture;" Prof. W. H. Hobbs, De- Prof.
troit Museum of Art,"Glacier Lake His- the Latir
tory of Michigan;" Prof. Moritz Levi, college,b
at Grand Rapids; Professor Hollister, ing to a
to the Oceana Patrons and Teachers' Kelsey y
association, at Hart, Sheridan's "Riv- The o
als;" Prof. Emil Lorch, Saginaw, "How trip is to
to Judge a Work of Architecture," and tion to A
Prof. J. R. Brumm, Byron Center, "Es- sical libr
cape from the Commonplac." Thomas!
Dean V. C. Vaughan, of the Medical rome wa
School, will also address the Oceana Sorrento
Patrons and Teachers' association on island o
Satnurav. Prof. Beverley Robiison will now loca

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E. H. Kraus, of the mineralogy
ent, is the author of an article
rite and its Relations to a New
ation of the Sulpho Minerals,"
g in the current number of
ues Jahrbuch fur Mineralogie,
logle und Geologie," published
art, Germany.
sor Kraus is a regular con-
to several magazines publish-
=many, where he is recognized
thority in mineralogy and pet-
y. His principal work consists
ag signed book reviews of sci-
s and other books on scientific
'RANCIS KELSEY CABLES,
SAFE ARRIVAL IN NAPLES
Francis W. Kelsey, head of
n department in the literary
has arrived in Naples, accord-
cablegram received by Mrs.
yesterday.
bject of Professor Kelsey's
o arrange for the transporta-
Ann Arbor of a valuable clas-
rary left to the university by
Spenser Jerome, '85. Mr. Je-
.s American consular agent at
a, Italy, and later retired to the
f Capri, where the library is
sated.

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THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY

FOR SALE

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The special feature act at the "Wash.
ington's Birthday" matinee at the Ma.
jestic will be George Primrose (him.
self) and his minstrels. Also four oth.
er acts of Keith Vaudeville--As this is
a holiday night prices will prevail.

Remember Monday, February 22nd
is Washington's birthday a "National
Holiday" all seats at the Majestic will
be reserved at night prices.

THE LATEST POPULAR SHEET MUSIC

GRINNELL BROTHERS

120-122 E. LIBERTY ST.

PHONE 1707

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