Tfit MICT#-GAN tDAILY
January Clothing Sale,
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 2hockh
make, blues and blacks included, nothing reserved or
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;
January Clean Up Sale
' You can't help it here.
We're always ready
with togs that will real-
ly satisfy fo r a couple
of seasons or more.
R - B Fashion Clothe
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BOSTONIAN and FLORSHEIM
The Eberbach & Son Co.
Scientific Laboratory Supplies
ChemicalsDrugs and Sundries
TH E EBER5A CH (& SON CO. 2OO-ZO E. Libry at.
Needed in Our
My s p e c i a l t y is making
Drugless E_'ye E-xaminalions-
determining scientifically and
accurately the glasses your eyes
Shop facilities enable me to
make your glasses, giving you
We grind lenses.
EMIL H. ARNOLD
with Arnold & Co., Jewelers, 220 S. Main St
Every Form of
GAMES and EXERCISES
Any luanufacturer can make what is
called a sweater, but it is another mat-
ter to do it
in the Spalding Way
Made of the best selected materials, in
our own sanitary factories-there is no
temptation to skimp at the expense of'
All Prices, Styles and
Catalogue on request
A. G. SPALDING
121 Woodward Avenue
Detroit, - - Michigan
ALUMNUS IS YOUNGEST DEAN
A. J. Abbott, '09L, Appointed Head of
law School at Southwestern
Arthur J. Abbott, '09L, who was re-
cendy appointed dean of the law
school of Southwestern University, Los
.Agel es, has the distinction of being
the youngest dean of any college in
tite United States. Mr. Abbott, who
is a former Ann Arbor youth, has just
passed his 30th birthday. He has been
acing dean since the early part of
Ie year, when former Dean Hugh
_, ander Willis esigned his position
and removed to Virginia. Previous to
that time, he had charge of courses
in common law pleading, code pleading
and. practice coup- work.
Ile was educate& in the University of
Michi. law school, and received his
,,o-tor's degree in 1911. In that yeaJr
Le was appointed by the law faculty
as a member of the National Legal
Grinnell-The contract has been let
for an Alumni Association building
which will cost approximately $150,000.
Ohio State-The university trustees
have approved the proposed College of
Business Administration, which will be
opened tb students next fall. There
will be four courses given; business
administration, journalism, social serv-
ice and public service.
Washington College-William Smith
hall, the main building of Washington
college at Chestertown, Md., was com-
pletely wrecked by fire on Monday.
The flames spread so rapidly that all
the archives, including many histori-
cal documents, some of them in the
handwriting of George Washington,
Barnard-Fifty students of Columbia
and Barnard visited Sing Sing as
guests of Warden George W. Kirch-
wey. They inspected the cell block,
hospital, workshop and death chamber.
Rutgers-Plans for the celebration
of the 150th anniversary of the grant-
ing of the first charter to Queen's col-
lege, now Rutgers, have been made
public, and a tentative program has
been announced. The ,anniversay ob-
servances will begin October 13, and
last for three days.
Illinois--The students of the univer-
sity are trying to get a skating rink.
Wisconsin-Harry M. Herzog, cap-
tain of the baseball team, is the latest
Badger to turn professional. Herzog
signed with the Milwaukee Brewers
of the American Association.
Purdue-Students have begun to ar-
rive for the eight weeks' course in the
principles of agriculture and home eco-
Washington-The honor system has
been formally defined and accepted by
he junior class. The pledge at the end
of papers is to be omitted, but students
are pledged to report violations.
Indiana-Tufts is to be on the foot-
ball schedule for next fall, and prom-
ises to be one of the drawing cards
for the season.
Colgate--Twelve men have pledged
themselves to put the prohibition
movement foremost among their col-
lege activities this year.
Pennsylvania-Flirting, if discover-
ed among freshmen women, is punish-
able by a fine laid by the sophomore
Hamilton--The freshman "beer-keg"
has been eliminated for the first time
Dartmouth--A record number of
guests is expected for this year's
three-day Winter Carnival. The Out-
ing club, which managed the carnival,
has proved that the current outdoor
movement in the form of intercolle-
giate ski and snowshoe sports, can be
Dr. H. H. Hammel Marries
Announcements have been issued of
the marriage, in Detroit, December 31,
1i15, of Dr. H. H. Hammel, junior as-
sistant in the department of gyne-
cology and obstetrics at the Homeo
pathic hospital, to Miss Lois D. Mc-
Kereghan of Bay City, Michigan.
Yeruigon Discharged from Hospital
N. A. Yerington, '15E, who has been
confined to the University hospital for
more than six weeks, recovering from
an operation for acute appendicitis,
has entirely recovered, and was dis-
charged yesterday morning.
Yo uMen of
COp YR G1T 8Y
ED V VEGBG
will find them best
clothes made ex-
pressly for you and
jou alone by
E.V. Price o.
NO OLD GOODS, EVERYTHING
IS NEW AND UP-TO-DATE
Exclusive Local Dealer
of Ann Arbor
116 E. Liberty St.
The Young Men's Stor
"Fitform is Good Form"
ALL SUITS AND OVERCOATS,
THIS SEASON'S STYLES AND
309 S. Main St.
814 S. State St.
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GENERAL LIBRARY RECEIVES
RARE BOOKS FROM VA)IBRlDGE
The University library has just re-
ceived some rare and costly books, as
a gift from Cambridge University,
These books were shipped to Michi-
gan's representative in London on
last August and have been ever sinceC
then arriving at their destination in
America. This is simply one of the
examples of the delay to business
caused by the great European conflict.
The Ann Aroor Press-Press build.
ing, Maynard street. Phone No. 1. (*)
'Y'BVegins Cours es'
Use Textbook by Knox; Enthusiastic
Meetings Held Every
Training courses in salesmanship
have been begun by the student "Y"
for men who have signed up for can-
vassing during summer vacation. Ev-
ery means will be taken to make the
lessons thorough a:x to prepare, the
men for efficient work.
Knox's book on "Salesmanship" has
been adopted as the text for study
under the direction of expert trainers.
If the strong enthusiasm now being
shown is maintained, it is likely that
S. T. Knox, the author, will speak in
Ann Arbor some time this winter.
The "Y" employment bureau has
taken this method of making canvass-
ing jobs more attractive. Through the
training courses, men will not only
be able to learn vays of making more
money but will become acquainted'
with the fundamentals of salesman-
The firm of R. C. Barnum, of Cleve-
land, publishers, has placed an excel-
lent proposition in the hands of Philip
C. Lovejoy, '16, of the employment
bureau, and he believes that the offers
will appeal to students despite the fact
that the work is canvassing.
The Ann Arbor Press.-Phone No. 1.
The Clubby Smoke-"Bull" Durham
You start something lively when you produce
""Bull" Durham in a crowd of live-wires and start
"rolling your own". That fresh, mellow-sweet
fragrance of "Bull" Durham makes everyone reach
for "the makings". A hand-rolled "Bull" Durham
cigarette brims over with zest and snap and the
sparkle of sprightly spirits.
B-U LL DUR'HAM
SMOKING TO ACCO
Leave Copy Leave Copy
Quarry's and Studena'
The Delta%) ) Supply Stare
Made of rich, ripe Virginia-North
Carolina leaf, "Bull" Durham is
the mildest, most enjoyable tobacco
in the world.
No other cigarette can be se
full of life and youthful vigor as
a fresh-rolled cigarette of "Bull"
"Roll your own" with "Bull"
Durham and you'll discover a new
joy in smoking.
Ask for FREE
package of "papers"
with each 5c each.
competent woman cook; references
required. Apply in person at Ren-
ellen Hospice, 337 E. Liberty St.1
WANTED--Dailies of January 8 and
11. The Daily will pay 5c each fo±
these. Call at Daily office. tf
L. T -.rm. vacation. Jeweled
f'...i t .- Finder please call
F R 9I TIES AND FRATERNFITIES!
Attenio.!im buiding a be auti-
i1 reidence adapted for Club pur-
poses. Will sell on contract and miod
el to suit. Apply at once. H. H
!1erbsi, Savings Bank Block.. jaunlV
For rainwater shampoos, hair dresa-
ing, face and scalp treatment, f+5r fall.-
ing hair, go to Mrs. V. R. T'rogan
owski, 1110 S. Univ. Ave., side en-
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DO YOU KNOW
That you can save money by buying
CLASSICAL MVSIC AND BOOKS
Cigarettesand a package of cigarette
paer=will both be xmaied. f toast
addmesa in U. S. on request. Bl uhm uhsoN .
B Durham,DurAnT .C.
THEAMERICAN TOBACCO CO
Grinnell Bros.' Music House
Best Pianos in the City,For Rent
Vlotroleas $15.00 to $250.00
Our Victor Record Service Cannot Be Beaten
Phone 1707 116 South Main St.
Whether you want to take a train
or make a call, we will get you there
on time. Our service is just as
prompt in bad weather as on pleasant
days. Stark Taxicab Co., phone 2255.
Call Lyndon for good pict
and rain coats from the hous(
penheimer, on sale by N. F..j
, Main St.
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