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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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LOOK!

LOOK!

othing Sale

IS NOW ON. Our entire
SUITS and OVERCOATS
excepted) at
'/4 off

stock of MEN'S
(blues and blacks

PRICES REDUCED TILL Jan. 1(
Genuine Hawaiian Ukuleles, made by Jonah nmalac,
of Honolulu, who received First Prize at the
Panama-Pacific Exposition
For Five Days we will sell these superb instruments at a discount
of 20 per cent.

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$22.00,
16.oo
14.00
10.50
7.50
6.oo
4..00.

Ukulele at

- $17.60
- 12.80
- 11.20
- 8.50
- 6.00
- 4.80
- 3.20

Ukulele Case at

Odd Pants 1-4 off Bath Robes 1-4 off
Underwear, Union Suits, $1.50 to $5.00, 20% off
Flannelette Pajamas and Night Robes, 20% off
Wadhams & Co.'s Corner
Main & Washington Sts.

Do not miss this opportunity. All kinds of Sheet music and Musical
Goods. Phone in your order-it will be delivered.

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COLLAR v%
Shows over the coat in back;
low sharp, smart curveaway
front; good knotand slide space'
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SLUETT. PEABODY & CO.. Inc.,.Mkers. TROY.N.Y,'

Be
Attractively
Dressed
and gain the admiration of all
by having your next suit
Individually
Custom Tailored
by
ARTHUR F! MARQUARDT.
Campus Tailor
316 East William St. Phone 1422.J
TO OPEN EMPLOYMENT
BUREAUJ FOR ENGINEERS
Plan More Efficient Way for Com-
ninnications Between Students,
and Employers.

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This Week

The Linen Sale

The indermuslin Sale
The Domestics Sale
The Lace Sale
The Ribbon Sale
The Needlework Sale
The Blanket Sale
The Leather Goods Sale
The Winter Garment Sale

WILLARD0BEAKANWILL
ITE SUNDAY A DESS
Y. 1. C. A. Holds Evening Meeting in
Arcade Theatre Following
Free Pictures.
Willard Beahan, chief engineer of
the Lake Shore and Michigan Southern
railroad, will speak at the "Y" meet-
ing Sunday evening at '6:30 o'clock in
the Arcade theatre.
In addition to shifting the place of
the meeting from University Hall to
the Arcade theatre, the committee in
charge has arranged for free moving
pictures, which will begin at 6:10
o'clock. Mr. Beahan will speak Sun-
day night on "The New Beatitude."
Besides being a prominent railroad
official and well known in engineering
circles, Mr. Beahan has gained a repu-
tation as a lecturer. In order to make
the Sunday meeting especially inter-
esting, a special musical program is
being prepared.
Good Printing-The Ann Arbor Press.
(*)

The necessity for connecting the'
"help wanted" letters with the "posi-
tions wanted" letters is the cause for
the employment bureau which is being
installed inathetengineering college.
In the past' the letters, from con-
cerns, who are looking for men have
been promiscuously circulated around
the department until someone discov-
ered the man for the job. In the new
system the letters as well as a com-
plete record of all the alumni will be
kept in a central office and will be on
file for inspection at all times.
A committee in charge of the bureau
is composed of: Prof. H. C. Sadler,
chairman; Prof. J. A. Bursley, secre-
tary and executive officer; Prof. H.
E. Riggs, Prof. J. R. Allen, Prof. A. H.
White and Prof. John C. Parker.
All Applicants to Be Catalogued.
In order that the letters from the
concerns which are looking.for a man
may receive prompt attention, a filing
system of all alumni has been devised
which will give all the facts concern-
ing the particular alumnus who is be-
ing investigated. Cards about 5 x 8
inches, contain such information as
name, birthdate, birthplace, class, ad-
dress, scholastic record and discipline
record.
In addition space is provided for re-
marks by the faculty as to the stu-
dent's "reliability," "initiative," "neat-
ness," "disposition," "resourcefulness,"
"executive ability," "personal appear-
ance," "habits." In a corner of the
card a space is left for a photograph
of the man which will be clipped from
the Michiganensian. Records of his
college activity will be taken from
the same source. "Member of what
professional societies" is the last item
appearing on the card. On the re-
verse side is a record of the man since
his graduation.
The Ann Arbor Press-Press build-
ing, Maynard street. Phone No. 1. (*)

FACULTY MEMBERS AT
WASINSTON MEETING
During the holidays many Michi-
gan faculty men attended the second
Pan-American congress at Washing-
ton, D. C.
The conferences were attended by
President Hutchins, Dean Cooley and
Professors James Glover, W. J. Hus-
sey and W. H. Hobbs.
Prof. W. J. Hussey, director of the
university observatory and the ob-
servatory of La Plata, Argentina, read
a paper before the congress on "Work
of the Observatory of La Plata."
History Department Well Represented
Several members of Michigan's his-
tory department also attended the
meeting of the American Historical
society, in Washington.
Prof. A. E. Boak read a paper on
"Economic Causes of International Ri-
valries and Wars in Ancient Times."
Prof. U. B. Phillips spoke on "The
Papers of Business Houses in Histori-
cal Works."
Others who attended this meeting
from Michigan were Professors C. H.
Van Tyne, E. R. Turner, A. L. Cross
and R. H. McLean.
Prof. J. S. Reeves, Prof. R. T. Crane
and J. R. Hayden attended the meet-
ing of the American Society of In-
ternational Law. At this meeting Pro-
fessor Reeves discussed "The Justifi-
Professors F. M. Taylor, I. L. Sharf-
man and David Friday represented
Michigan at the conference of the
American Economic association in
Washington.
DETROIT ALUMNI PLAN WAYS
TO SEND BOYS TO MICHIGAN
The Michigander, official paper of the
University of Michigan Club of Detroit,
has just made its appearance for the
month of December. The paper, which
is a bright snappy sheet of 8 pages,
contains a summary of the month's
doings and the proceedings of the De-
troit alumni. Among the numerous
articles is one concerning a proposed
plan to help Detroit boys to attend
Michigan.
A committee was proposed at the
weekly luncheon which was held Dec.
22, to endeavor to found an employ-
ment bureau at the university which
will list jobs for students needing fi-
nancial help. Another plan is that
of tutoring deserving high school pu-
pils who plan to enter and it is be-
lieved that enough University of Mich-
igan graduates are teaching in the
high schools and public schools of the
city to make this plan a practical one.'
MID-WEST DEBATE TRYOUT TO
TAKE PLACE SATURDAY, JAN. 8.'
The Mid-West debating squad will
hold a tryout meeting, Saturday morn-
ing, January 8, at 8 o'clock, in the
oratory room, 302 N. W. All members
of the squad are expected to be pres-
ent, and to give an eight-minute speech
on either side of the question they
may choose.
The squad will be reduced on the
basis of this tryout to 16 or 18 men.
The question of the debate is that,
"The Government Should Own and
Operate All Public Service Telephone
and Telegraph Systems."
Alumna Marries Detroit Physician.
Agnes Freer, of the class of '93, was
married on New Year's day to Dr.
Richard Strong, of Harvard univer-
sity. The wedding took place in this

city.

Fire Partially Destroys Local Store.
Fire which broke out at 2:30 o'clock
Tuesday morning at Myles' Cloth
shop, kept the firemen busy for two
hours and resulted in considerable
damage to the building and contents.
The exact cause of the fire has not
been aso-ertained, but indications point
to a lighted cigar or cigarette. Mr.
F. W. Myles, the proprietor, had re-
turned the evening before from his
Christmas vacation, and had been in
the store about 9:30 o'clock, and had
remained until 10 o'clock, when he
locked up and went home.
Two members of the family living
on the second floor had narrow es-
capes from suffocation, when their
retret was cut off by the smoke and
flames. Firemen pushed their way
up te stair and brought the uncon-
scious victims down the ladder in
front of the building.
The principal damage resulted to
the building itself, the entire front
haing been demolished, and the stock
of goods, including a number of suits
belonging to students, left there dur-
ing vacation. The building and con-
tents were covered by insurance to-
talling. 2000.
Auto Thief Sentenced by Judge Xinne.
William Klein who was tried on the
charge of stealing an automobile
from the garage of Charles Hugan
was found guilty yesterdayafternoon
in the circuit court and sentenced by
Judge E. D. Kinne to serve an inde-
terminate sentence of from one to five
years inthe state penitentiary.
The machine was stolen on the night
of December 24 from a garage on
Packard street. When the prisoner
was brought before the court he
pleaded guilty, waiving rights of fur-
ther trial and on this account, the
judge told him he would recommend
the minimum sentence which will be
one year.
Divorce Plea First News of Marriage.
After meeting for the first time on
Ferry field at the Cornell game on
November 6, Miss Alice M. Hubbard
of Marshall, and Frank Hissen of
Walkerville, Ont., developed a case of
love at first sight and were married
two days later at Walkerville.
The marriage was kept secret from
the friends of the couple until Tues-
day when Mrs. Hissen filed suit for di-
vorce in the courts at her home in
Marshall.
Katapodis Dismissed by Justice Dotys
Following a raid on the Katapodis
store on Broadway by the police sev-
eral days ago, William Katapodis, the
proprietor, was allowed his freedom
and the charge against him was dis-
missed, yesterday morning in Justice
Doty's court.
He had been arrested on the charge
of selling intoxicating liquors with-
out a license but when the case came
to trial, it was found that proper evi-
dence was lacking and the charge was
dismissed on motion of the prosecut-
ing attorney, at the request of the com-
plaining witness.
Object to Noise Made by D. U'. R. Cars.
M. E. Osborn, 1015 Packard street, is
circulating a petition among the resi-
dents of that district protesting
against the D. U. R. pradtice of haul-
ing freight at all hours of the night
and arousing them from their slum-
bers.
The petition is receiving consider-
able attention at the hands of the sign-
ers, and it will be presented to the
city council, at its next meeting for
action.

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LUNCHES, CANDIES, HOT SUNDAES
AT THE
SUGAR BOWL
109 SOUTH MAIN STREET .
WE MAKE OUR OWN CANDIES OUT OF
THE PUREST AND BEST MATERIALS
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An Army Fights onIts Stomach"
-and the same holds true of an athletic team.
When strength and alertness are fighting it
out it is good condition that turns the battle.
As a regular daily diet there is no better body
builder than
A sound, healthy stomach is the basis of speed and
endurance--this is a reason for the use of Shredded
Wheat. It contains those food elements that nourish
the'blood and strengthen the body. To last through
the game and come out strong make this whole wheat
food a regular part of your training. It is healthful
and at all times fresh and good.
Served with fruit and berries or alone with milk
or cream.

CITY NEWS

Allmendinger usic
122 E. Libery Street

Shop

LOOK FOR THE NOTES

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"There is health and strength iv every shred"

Made only by
The Shredded Wheat Company,

Niagara Falls, N. Y.

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Conservation of Energy

What Elanclricity Means
to You in Your Home

Electric Flat Irons
They save many steps in the kitchen

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Electric Toasters
Make the finest toast for breakfast without any fuss or
trouble, and they are always ready.
Electric ieaters
Take the chill off the room, and do it quickly.
Why use a cold room when it can be easily avoided?
Electric Chafing Dishes
Are the very best things for the long winter evenings.
Think of the Welsh rarebits and other delicacies.

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WANTED.
WANTED-Experienced janitor ser-
vices can be secured after January
1; capable of caring for heat,
lights, water, elevators, etc. Ad-
dress Janitor. Michigan Daily.
dec18-19jan6
WANTED-Now that your vacation is
over it is high time for your summer
work. Please see Mr. Smithson at
once. 432 Maynard; 1668.

FOR RENT
'OR RENT-Thre9 fine office rooms,
suitable or a doctor or dentist; all
piped and wired; guaranteed steam
heat. Also, one apartment. 1713-
MOR ,1661-J, J. IK. Malcolm.
Jan6-16
LOST.

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STEINWAY
Grinnell Bros.' Own Make Pianos, Sweetest Toned Instrument
Built. Aeolian Player Pianos. Victor Victrolas and
Records. Everything in the Realm of Music
Crinnell Bros.' Music House
1 16 South Main St.

The Detroit Edison Company
Eastern Michigan Edison Division

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Latest dances taught at the Packard Shoes repaired while you wait.
cademy. I G. Andres, 222 S. State. dec20

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LOST-Acacia fraternity pin.
T. H. T. on back.- Return
State. Reward.

Initials,
to 603 3.

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The McCain House has seats for two
people at tables.
The Ann Arbor Press-Phone No. 1.

Shirts made to order.-G. H.
Company. State St. Tailors.
food Printing-The Ann Arbor ]

Pheale 1707

ANN ARBOR

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