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TAIL MI6111, GA'N fArtLT

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LOOK!

LOOK!

cthing Sale

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

stock
(blues

of MEN'S
and blacks

PRICES REDUCED TILL Jan.10
Genuine Hawaiian Ukuleles, made, by Jonah Kumalac,
of Honolulu, who received First Prize at the
Panama-Pacitie Exposition
For Five Days we will sell these superb instruments at a discount
of 20 percent.

$22.00
x6.oo
14.00
10.50
7.50
6.oo
4.00

Ukulele at

Ukulele Case at

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

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.

Kk
ter
r~2Xl RR W/
Shows over the coat in back;
low sharp, smart curveaway
front;good knot and slide space
fr 25c
CLUETT. PEABODY & CO.. InC., Makers. TROY, N.Y.

Be
Attractively,
Dressed'
and gain the admiration of all
by having your next suit
Individually
Custom Tailored
by
ARTHUR Ft MARQUARDT
Campus Tailor
516 East Willam St. Phone 1422-

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JanuaryCoh
We will offer our entire stock ?f Clothing at 25,
per cent reduction for the month of January.
This includes every Suit and Overcoat in the Stein lloch
make, blues and blacks included, nothing reserved or
nothing remarked.
Some Small Lot and Broken Sizes at 1-3 to 1-2 off
All Trousers at Twenty per Cent Reduction
Mackinaws at Twenty-Five per Cent Reduction
Fur Lined Overcoats at One-Quarter Off
LINDENSCHMITT, APFEL & CO.,
LEADING CLOTHIERS.,

GERMANYISSUE
HOSTILE ATTITUDE
Higher Prices on Products IndicateI
That Unwillingness to Export
Characterizes Attitude
WILL AFFECT PHOTOGRAPHERS
That Germany is exceedingly hos-
tile toward the United States, becauses
of the attitude of this country towardz
the present war, and that because ofc
this hostility Germany is refusing andt
will continue to refuse to export toI
the United States products which she
produces and which this countryI
needs, is the substance of a reportt
from abroad circulated about heet
for the past few weeks. This refusal
is affecting not only the large manu-
facturing concerns of the countryt
who use in particular the German
dyes, but also the smaller concerns.t
Chief among them are the photo-
graphers.
At the present time there is a great
scarcity of all kinds of printing and
developing paper used in the photo-
graphing business, since this kind
of paper has always been imported in
bulk from Germany. Many have
thought that the falling off in the im-
portation of it was due to England's
blockade, but local photographers re-
port that this is not so and that Ger-
many i able to get the goods to this
country if she wishes to do so. The
fact that they are not coming in is
evidence enough they think that Ger-
many is refusing to trade with our
country.
Although the stock is rapidly being
diminished here, the price has not
risen to any extent. There is no ap-
parent reason for this except that the
wholesalers are expecting that Ger-
many will resume her shipments any
day and are banking on the new sup-
plies to keep the market filled up. If
Germany does not do this, the price
will make a very great jump soon,
and the American paper will have to
be substituted, despite its inferior
quality.
MICHIGAN PROFESSORS WRITE
FOR GERMAN TECHNICAL PAPER
The December issue of the Central-
blatt, a technical magazine published
at Stuttgart, Germany, contains an ar-
ticle by Prof. W. F. Hu and Mr. R.
W. Clark of the mine gy depart-
ment. The article treats of the op-
tical properties of the Muscovite in
the Marvilla Marble of Maryland.
WEEGHMAN BUYS CONTROLLING
INTEREST IN CHICAGO CUBS
Cincinnati, Ohio, Jan. 6.-Charles
Weeghman, of Chicago, formerly
president of the Chicago Federal
league team last night bought the
controlling interest - in the Chicago
Cubs from Charles P. Taft, of this
city. Taft agreed to sell the 90 per
cent of the stock which he holds for
a cash consideration of $500,000, which
price does not include the realty. The
other ten per cent of the stock is
owned by Harry Ackerland of Pitts-
burgh, who will sell to Mr. Weeghman,
if the Chicago man desires to own all
the stock.
Prof. F. Taylor Ill With Bronchitis
Professor F. M. Taylor of the eco-
nomics departments is confined to his
home with a severe attack of bron-

cbitis, and has not been able to at-
tend his lectures for several days.

EXAMISCHEDULE
OFLAWSPPEARS
Novel System of Review Instituted to
Prevent "Cramming" for
Finals
SEMESTER ENDS ON TUESDAY
The law department of the Univer-
sity has instituted a new system with
regard to examinations, continuing all
classes through the last Friday, when
the semester ends for the other de-
partments, until the Tuesday before
eaminations begin. This system was
put in with the intention of making
the students review during the semes-
ter instead of "cramming" their work
into the last few days before the final
examinations. This is the first semes-
ter that it has been tried, and much
is expected of it. The schedule of
the law examinations which begin
Wednesday, Feb. 2, follows:
First Year Class.
Thursday, February 3, Property I
at 8:00 a. in.
Friday, February 4, Torts, at 2:00
p. .
Monday, February 7, Criminal Law,
at 8:00 a. in.
Wednesday, February 9, -Contracts
I, at 8:00 a. i.
Thursday, February 10, Contracts
II, at 2:00 p. s.
Second Year Class.
Wednesday, February 2, Trusts, at
2:00 p. m.
Monday, February 7, Property III,
at 2:00 p. in.
Third Year Class.
Thursday, February 3, Constitution-
al Law at 2:00 p. in.
Saturday, February 5, Trial Practice
at 8:00 a. in.
Electives.
Wednesday, February 2, Property
IV, at 8:00 a.in.; Suretyship, at 8:00
a. m.; Mining and Irrigation Law, at
8:00 a. in.
Thursday, February 3, Constitution-
al Law, at 2:00 p. m.
Friday, February 4, Bailments and
Carriers, at 8:00 a. in.
Carriers, at 8:00 a. m.; Public Offi-
cers, at 2:00 p. .
Saturday, February 5, Sales, at 2:00
p. in.
Tuesday, February 8, Conflict of
Laws, at 8:00 a. m.; Bills and Notes,
at 2:00 p. in.
Wednesday, February 9, Judgments,
at 2:00 p. in.
Thursday, February 10, Public Serv-
ice Companies, at 2:00 p. in.
Friday, February 11, Federal Courts,
at 8:00 a. m.; Insurance, at 8:00 a. in.
REV. L. A. BARRETT GIVES
SERIES OF THREE SERMONS
"The Mathematics of the Kingdom"
will form the basis of a series of
three sermons to be given by Rev.
Leonard A. Barrett at the Presbyteri-
an church on three Sunday mornings
of this month.
The topic for tomorrow will be
"Multiplication by Division," while on
January 23, Rev. Barrett will speak
on "Addition by Subtraction.' The
series will be concluded with "The
Common Denominator of Life" on Sun-
day, January 30.
To Hold Mid-West Debating Tryouts
Tryouts for the mid-west debating
team will be held in Room 302, N. W.
at 8:00 o'clock this morning. The
speeches to be given must be at least
eight minutes in length and on some
phase of the question to be debated.
Visitors and friends are welcome.

Do not miss this opportunity. All kinds of Sheet music and Musical
Goods. Phone in your order-it will be delivered.
Allmendinger Ausic shop
122L E. Liberty StreetNOTES

LUNCHES, CANDIES, HOT SUNDAES
AT THE
SUGAR BOWL
19- 9SOUTH MAIN STREET
WE MAKE OUR OWN CANDIES OUT OF
THE PUREST AND BEST MATERIALS
t
--,
An Arm Fights on Its 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
Shred'dedWha
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.
Serted with fruit and berries or alone with milk
or cream.

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This Week

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The Linen Sale
The Undermuslin Sale'
The Domestics Sale
The Lace Sale
The Ribbon Sale
The Needlework Sale
The Blanket Sale
The Leather Goods Sale
The Winter Garment Sale

SENATE DEMANDS INFORMATION
ON SITUATION IN MEXICO
Washington, Jan. 7.-The senate to-
day passed a sweeping resolution by
Senator Fall of New Mexico, calling
on the President for information con-
cerning Mexico. There was no oppo-
'sition. Anticipating that the resolu-
tion might be resisted, several Repub-
lican senators were prepared to speak
on it and were surprised when Sena-
tor Stone, chairman of the foreign re-
lations committee, arose and applied
the extinguisher by remarking that
there was no opposition to the reso-
lution; that the information sought on
Mexican affairs was ready and would
be given without delay, by the admin-,
istration.
ALL TICKETS SOLD FOR THIS
WEEK'S DANCE AT THE UNION
The first Union dance of the new
year will be given Saturday evening,
with the following committee in charge
of the arrangements: Al Stoll, '17L,
chairman; Lamar Kischlar, '17E;
George Landis, '17L; and Donald
Bacon, '16. The tickets were placed
on sale Thursday afternoon but were
completely sold out by Thursday night.
The chaperones for this week's dance
are Professor John Barker Waite
and Mrs. Waite and Mr. Floyd A. Rowe
and Mrs. Rowe.

"There is health and strength in every shred"

Made only by
The Shredded Wheat Company,

Niagara Falls, N. Y.

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Conservation ot Energy

What Electricity Means
to You in Your Home

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Priest Leads in Fighting Fire
Saginaw, Mich., Jan. 7.-Led by the
pator (A ;he church, a bucket brig-
ade extingui hed a fire in St. Josafat's
uhurch, in tarrollton township, so
that before help summoned from this
c;ty arrived the danger was over. The
fire starttd from Christmas decora-
tions about the altar.

Electric Flat Irons
They save many steps in the kitchen
Electric Toasters
Nake the finest toast for breakfast
trouble, and they are always ready.

without any fuss or

Electric Heaters
Take the chill off the ror and O> t ) uick.
Why use a cold room wh: t .au bQ easily avoid ?

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YOR RENT
?tR RE;NT --Three fine office rooms,
saimblI )r a doctor or dentist; all
p~iPd nd wired; guaranteed steam
beat. kbso, one apartment. 1713-
MOP 'i-J, J.3. - Malcolm.
JanO-16

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Typewriters at lowest
rates. Evenson & Hyde, The Stu-
dent Firm, 310 State St.
BOARD
BOARD-The McCain House has seats
for two people at tables.

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
116 South Main St.

Electric Chating Dises
Are the very best things fo r hw long winter e en:ng .
T h i n k o f t h e W e l s h r a r e w iT3 a n d o te r d ei c a c i es
The Detroit Edison Company
Eastern Miehr}an Edison Division
"'TENTION STUDESV" s"irts made to ordl;r.-.' H. W l
-For quick MESSENGER CALL see Company. S- at' St 'Tailors.
last ad on BACK OF TELEPHONE : -
RECTORY, Phone 785. A'17E, hueseepair Wiie you wait. C
'r ndrcs, 2.2 4.sht.t. tues-eo
In future ill cars step at Goodyear *
Drug Store. Call Lmndon fr a iood flashlight.

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ANN ARBOR

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