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January Cathing Sal
We will offer our entire stock of Clothing at 25
per cent reduction for the month .,of January.
This includes every Suit and Overcoat in the Stein Bloch
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

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That's the way it Impresses you sometimes when
you want to buy a suit, whether it's one kind or
another. This should not be.
You ought to have a preference. It will be FIT-
FORM when you try on the suit and see what it is.
These FITFORM suits are exclusive with us. They
are not ordinary. They are distinctive in their
style. They are not freaky but brim full of style in
accordance with the fashion of the day.
We have the very largest variety. This is an ad-
vantage to you in both the model you want and
the chiarac°ter of the cloth.
All sizes, whether you are short or long, stout or
slim. Any man can be fitted in FITFORM. The
young man will find here just the classy clothes he
wants.

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CITY NEWS

January Clean Up Sale
On
BOSTONIAF4 and FLORSHIEIM,
SHOES
308 So.
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The Eberbach & Son Co.
Scientific Laboratory Sipplies
Chemicals, Drugs and Sundries
THE EBERBACH C SON CO. 200-208E3. Lberty St.

No Drops
Needed in Our
Eve Examination.
My s pe c i a l t'y is making
Drulgless Eye Examinations-
determining scientifically and
accurately the glasses your eyes
require.
Shop facilities enable me to
make your glasses, giving you
quick service.
We grind lenses.
EMIL H. ARNOLD
S Optometrist-Opticiaa
with Arnold & Co., Jeweies, 22o s. Main st

1P1101 ROSCOE POUND WRITES
PAPER FOR LAW REVIEW
Magazine Contains Many Interesting
Articles by Student and Faculty
Contributors
Roscoe Pound of the Harvard Law
School has the place of honor in the
January number of the Michigan Law
Review with a paper on "Individual
Interests in the Domestic Relations."
The nature and development .of the
interests of parent and child and those
of marriage are thoroughly discussed
in their bearing upon legal questions.
A continuation of an essay on Qual-
ified Martial Law which was begun
in the December number by Henry
Winthrop Ballantine of the Law School
of the University of Wisconsin is sec-
ond in the list of contents.
Edgar N. Durfee of the Michigan
Law School contributes a discussion
entitled "Equity in Rem" of a mono-
graph by Charles Andrews Huston,
Professor of Law in Leland Stanford
University. The monograph had the
title "The Enforcement of Decrees in
Equity."
Besides these articles the Review
contains a department of legal notes
and comment, another on recent im-
portant decisions, and several book
reviews.

JET WOOD
A SMARTCOLLAR.
WITH A COMFOR.T-
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Recovers Stolen Skins
William Kapp yesterday recovered
a number of skins which were stolen
from the barn in the rear of his sa-
loon on Broadway several days ago.
The sberiffs office has been busy on
the case with no result until yesterday
noon when informed that the skins
had been found at a slaughter house
on Wall street in the fifth ward, by
a butcher who noticed a peculiar
odor, while killing chickens there.
The odor came from a part of the
booty consisting of 25 skunk hides,
together with 63 rat skins, and some
weasel and mink hides. The stolen
goods were found in the box which
had previously contained them before
they were stolen.
No trace of the persons committing
the theft has as yet been discovered,
and Sheriff Lindenschmitt has offered
a reward for information, leading to
the arrest and conviction of the guilty
parties.
Report Stranger Carrying Revolver
The sheriff's office was notified Fri-
day evening that a bold man had been
forcing a few drinks from people in
resorts in the southwest part of the
city, by displaying a large revolver.
Three were arrested but a search
failed to reveal the weapon. The ar-
rests were made by Patrolman Arm-
bruster and Constable Shankland, and
they were taken to the police station
where they gave their names as Harry
Ward of North Dakota, Joe Kennedy
of Omaha, and William Macguire of
Butte, Montana.
Files Suit for $2,500 Damages
Suit for $2,500 damages has been
filed in the circuit court by Edward
Nowak, through attorneys Cavanaugh
and Burke, against E. T. Alber of this
city.
The plaintiff claims in his filing that
a sum of money in excess of $100 was
taken from him in the defendant's sa-
loon on June 27, 1915, and that the
defendant has circulated reports and
rumors to the effect that Nowak is the
guilty party.
Justice Court
James Brady, arrested for being
drunk and disorderly by Deputy She-
riff Joe Gross, was arraigned before
justice of the peace John D. Thomas,
and sentenced to serve 15 days in
the county jail.
Charles Leonard says hie was born
in Switzerland and a tismith by trade.
He was brought to the county jail in
an intoxicated condition, and will be
given a hearing after he has sobered
up tomorrow.
ORATORICAL BOARD TO MAKE
PLANS FOR PALMER LECTURE
At the Oratorical Board meeting to-
morrow afternoon at 4:30, final ar-
rangements will be concluded for the
coming of Frederick Palmer, Ameri-
can press correspondent with the Brit-
ish forces on the continent, who will
speak on "My Year of the World War"
in Hill auditorium, Wednesday night,
January 12. General admission for
this event has been placed at twenty-
five cents, with a few teserved seats
at fifty cents. Seats will go on sale
at Wahr's Monday morning at eight
o'clock.
At this meeting the Board will also
elect 'a senior law delegate to suc-
ceed Harry D. Parker, who has re-
signed.
Dance and Banquet Programs-At.
tractive Ones, at The Ann Arbor Press.

COPYRIGHT o '
D.V.I PRIGS 8 *

Jan. 5, 1916.
Mr. F. W. Gross,
Ann Arbor, Micl.
Dear Sir:.-
Following the custom pursued
by us for many years, we wish
our old customers, as well as our
new, to return any coat made by
us during the past season in
which the lining has not given
satisfactory wear or the fronts
have not held their shape. We
will be pleased to re-line the
garment and put in new fronts,
or if this cannot be done, make
a new coat free of charge.

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-sure enough-when the third party of the group is a
box of pure and flavory
RAMER'S CHOCOLATES
Nothing like Ramer's to sweeten the days of courtship. Ramer and Cupid are
pals. There are many kinds of Ramer's Chocolates-all good. Look over our
attractive stock-delicious dainties all-and choose the Ramer's brand that
pleases Her best. We are expecting you in.

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Prices: $15, $20 $30
TOM CORBETT
116 E. Liberty St. Young Men's Clothier
"Fitform is Good Form"

Produced by A. M. RAMER COMPANY. Winona. Minn.

For Sale in Ainn Arbor
Trubey; Van Doren, Calkins, Stud.ent's Supply Store
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SYSTEM TO FGHT DIEASE
Plhw to Have Students Answer List
of Questions Relating to
Disease
In order to carry on the battle
against tuberculosis more efficiently,
every student applying at the univer-
sity health service for treatment will
be obliged to fill out a list of questions
relating to the disease. This an-
nouncement was made yesterday by
Dr. H. H. Cummings, who, in coll.b-
oration with Dr. De Kline, of the State
Board of Health, will have charge of!
the work.
A supply of blanks containing theI
list of questions have been received,

Folders, Announcements, etc.
The Ann Arbor Press.

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and these will be passed out to the stu-
dents calling at the health service, who
will be required to return them to the
office with all the questions answered.
The slips are furnished by the tuber-
culosis division of the Michigan State
Board of Health.
Among the questions are inquiries
relating to pneumonia, pleurisy, and
tuberculosis. Histories of the at-
tacks of these diseases, if the student
has had them, must be given, as well
as the history of any other illness.
Questions relating to symptoms of tu-
berculosis are given especial prom-
inence.
When necessary, physical, sputum,
i and X-ray examinations will be made
I of the students.

E.V.Price& Co.
Of all the numbers to be given by
the faculty of the University School
of Music at their concert in Hill au-
ditorium next Thursday evening, Jan-
uary 13, probably the most interesting
one will be the Cesar Franck Quintet
in1 F minor, which will be played by
Mr. Allrt Lockwood, Mr. and Mrs.
S. P. Lockwood, Mr. A. J. Whitmire
aid Mr. L. N. Parker.
The quintet is written for piano,
first and second violins, viola and vio-
loncello and consists of four move-
ments; molto moderato quasi lento;
allegro; lento, con molto sentimento;
and allegro non troppo ma con fuoco.
This emposition, like, all of Cesar
Franck's works, contains many pecu-
liar harmonies and rapid and abrupt
transitions, all of which make his
music difficult to listen to. However,
since this number is rather short and
very brilliant in character it will sure-
ly prove to be less abstruse and much
more intelligible than the Cesar
Franck Quartet played here recently
by the Flonzaley Quartet,
It has been several years since the
School of Music has had a quintet and
the music lovers of Ann Arbor, it is
believed, will be very glad to be able,
once more, to listen to and become
familiar with music of this kind.
Dance and Banquet Programs-At-
tractive Ones, at The Ann Arbor Press.

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1107 S. University Ave.

SUMMER SESSION BULLETIN PAGE FIVE . .....
16 MEN SELECTED IN "I1ID-WES
DEBATE TRYOUT HELD SATURD
Goes to Press, Will Appear in a Few

Leave Copy Lae C
Quarry's andT Students
The Delta Supply Store
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Days
The abridged announcement of the1
summer session has been placed on the
press, and within a few days 100,000
will be issued. The announcement con-
tains 11 attractive cuts of the various
buildings on the campus. Newberry
jall and the New Science building are
shown for the first time. The com-
plete announcement of the summer
session will be issued sometime in
February.
FORD PARTY LEAVES DENMARK
FOR HAGUE ON SPECIAL TRAIN
Copenhagen, Jan. 7.-The Ford.
peace party left here for the Hague
today on a special train on which 150
peace advocates are passengers. For
the 11 hours during which the train
is travelling in Germany. between
Warnemunde and the Dutch frontier,
the passengers are pledged to abide
by military rule.

The following men were selected :
the Mid-west debate tryout held ye
terday morning: I. Toplin, W. E. Old
K. M. Stephens, J. R. Simpson, C.
Hutton, H. H. Springstun, R. S. Mu:
ter, S. D. Frankel, G. C. Classen,
J. Watts, S. L. Kennedy, W. T. Adam
R. A. McGinnis, S. F. Cohn, N. F. Cray
ford, and F. McGruder.
Another tryout will be held ne
Saturday morning when the squad w
be reduced to about 10 men. TI
final tryout will be held as soon
possible, selecting the team of six fro
these 10 ien. In the tryouts ea(
man will give a 10-minute speech ai
before the tryout is obliged to hai
in a brief of his speech to the judge
The order of speaking was chosen 1
lot and does not refer to the abili
of the speaker.
The Oratorical Board will have
meeting Monday at 4:30 o'clock.
Fisher Party Friday eveni
14th, at Michigan Union. F
call. 234or 2370.

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Three fine office
suitable or a doctor or den
piped and wired;. guarantee
heat. Also, one apartment
MOP, 111.-J, J. 1%. Malcolm.
LOST
LOST-round leather pocketbo
taining about nine dollars,
night or Saturday morning.

LOST.
FOR RENT-Typewriters at lowest
rooms, rates. Evenson & Hyde, The Stu-
tist; all - dent Firm, 310 State St.
d steam
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WANTED-If you are self-support-
Jan6-16 ing let Mr. Smithson help you out
on your summer position. Call
Monday or Tuesday. 432 Maynard
1608. jan9
)ok con-
Friday WANTED-Reliable woman to clean
Finder each week. Steady position for
jan9 right person. Call 144. jan9

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

Phone 1707

ANN ARBOR

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