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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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January

Suit

Yourse 1

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 loch
make, blues and blacks included, nothing reserved or
nothing remarked.
Some Small Lot and Broken Sizes at 13 to 1-2 off
All Trousers at Twenty per Cent Reduction
Mackitiaws at Twenty-Fivc per Cenit Reduction
Fur Lined Overcoats at One-Quarter Off
LINDENSCHMITT, APFEL & CO.
LEADING CLOTHIERS

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You can't help it here.
We're always ready
with togs that will real-

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of seasons or
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more.

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The Eberbach & Son Co.
Scientific Laboratory Supplies
hemicals, Drugs and Sundries-
THE EBERBACH (m SON CO. 200-208 E, L birty St.

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TEACHHRS CUB
Prof. Arthur G. Canfield Elected as
Head. of Foreign Language
Teachers' Society
PLAN PlUlIL'CATION OF JOURNAL
Prof. Arthur G. Canfield, of the
French department, has been elected
president of a new organization, de-,
vote; to the interests of teachers of
foreign langnages which was founded
in Cleveland during the holidays.
The organization is to be called the
"Association of Modern Foreign Lan-
guage Teachers of the Central West.
and South." The regional character of
the title is due to the fact that similar
associations have been formed in the
east., there being one in New England,
one in New York and another includ-
ing Maryland and adjacent states.
The purposes of the organization of
which Prof. Canfield is president is,
in the words of the constitution, "the
advancement of the study and teaching
of the modern foreign languages in
American secondary schools and col-
leges through the promotion of friend-
ly relations among teachers, through a
closer correlation between the work of
the schools and colleges, through the
presentation and discussion of papers
at annual, regional or state meetings,
and through the publication, in a jour-
nal, of articles bearing on pedagogical
questions in connection with these
languages."
Arrangements have been made to
begin the publication of the journal
mentioned above not later than Sep-
tember of this year. It is to appear
eigt 1imies during the school year,
ad will bear the title, "The Modern
Language Journal.'- It will be pub-
;ished in connection with the eastern

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COPYRIGHT BY
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You Men of
Young Ideals

Meeting a Stone Wall

will find them

best

No Drops
Needed in Our
Eye Examination.

My speeialty is naking
Drmgless AEye Exramnations-
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
Optometrist-Optician
with Arnold & Co., Jewele, s0 :oS. Main st

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SOCIAL WORKER ILL TALK
C Itoses Subect, "IN ci risis
"The New Crisis in Religion" will be
the subject of the address to be given
by Dx!. Frank Gunsaulus, president of
Armour Institute of Technology, Chi-
cago, at the Presbyterian church this
evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Dr. Gunsaulus, who comes here as ia
Tappan lecturer, has lectured in Arn
Arbor several times during the past
few years. He is known as a sincere,
forceful speaker. ,
The lecturer talks each Sunday
morning at the Auditorimun theatre in
Chicago and conducts the meetings
similar to the plan of the Cooper Un-
ion in New York.
The Chicago man is interested ini so-
cial service work and he has been a
great aid in bettering conditions of
workingmen and tradesmen in Chi-
cago. Dr. Gunsulus has also carried
on extensive religious work in the
stock yarlds district.
{:01UM3I lA 00-E S 1)iSMISSEIJ
FORl. ELUDI N G )0 1111iTO lYl RULE
New York, Jan. 22.---Four girl stu-
dents of Columbia University have
been advised to withdraw from school,
it was reported today, because they
slipped out of Whittier Hall on noc-
turnal visits and failed to return before
10:00 o'clock.
Miss Marian lioffard, of Dallas,
Texas, one of the quartet, was seen re-
Curning to the dormitory Sunday night.
With Miss Ceorgia Teeple, of Fort
Morgan, Col., Miss Molly Crandal, of
Brooklyn, and Miss H-lilda Johnson, of
Greenport, L. L, she admitted that she
had strained the disciplinary rules.
Sympathetic officers of the Columbia
Teachers college are trying to place
the girls in another eastern college.
S( udent lU'smkssed F'rom hospital
Henry W. Dieters, '17E, who has
been confined in the Homeopathic hios-
utal on account of a frontal sinus in-
fection, vas dismissed yesterday.

exemplified in
clothes m a d e ex-
pressly for you and
you alone by

E.V. Price&Co.
Prices Very
Reasonable
Exclusive Local Dealer
of Ann Arbor

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TOM CORBETT

116 E. Liberty St.

Young Men's Clothier

"Fitform is Good Form"

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309 S. Main St.
Branch:
814 S. State St.

1NGA'E JOHN BLINN, '151,
AS IIOM4OEPATIIIC INSTRUCTOR
John Blinn, '1511, and Mrs. Blinn,1
have moved to Ann Arbor from Char-
lotte, where Blinn has been practicing.
Blinn has been appointed instructor
in materia medica and experimental
drug pathogenisis under Dr. W. A.
Dewey, and will take up this-work at.
the beginning of the second semester.
Before coming to Michigan, Bliin re
ceived his B. S. from the New MIFexic1
Agricultural college in 1906, and his M.
S. degree from the same institution
in 1911.
Now
is none too soon to make arrange-
ments for our Taxi service for the J-
Hop. Stark 2255. tf

That's the difficulty you often have when you wan
to buy your clothes. Perhaps you haven't come t
the right store. You certainly haven't looked a
the right .suits.
Buy FITFOIfR--made for young men and all mei
The coat has natural shoulders-long spear lik
lapels-santing pockets and a deep hook in th
back.
i'le trousers are straight cut. Their style matche
perfectly with the coat. The cuff is getting t
have less width.
Time fairies I his seas"o are mostly dark colors
There are some medium shades among then
Plaids are in style. Stripes are starting to comr
in again. You don't have to have either. Take
neat, nearly plain cloth. It is always desirable.
We advise buying a suit for $25. We can give yot
one at $15 if you want it. At each price you:
money counts. It buys the very highest qualit;
you ever had.

organizations, plans having been made
by a committee of which Prof. Diek-
morf, of the German department, was
u member, to appoint three associate
editors and several consulting editors
from the western associations.
Membership to the new association
is not limited to teachers of foreign
language. The constitution says that,
"Any person interested in the teach-
ing of modern foreign languages in
the Central West and South, and ap-
proved by the secretary-treasurer, may
become a member by the payment of
one dollar and fifty cents (which shall
cover the annual subscription of the
jourual) and may continue as a mem-
ber by the payment of a like amount
annually."
The other officers of the association
are as follows: Secretary-treasurer,
C. H1. Handschin, Miami University;
executive council, A. Coleman, Univer-
sity of Chicago; Josephine A. Doniat,
Carl Schurz High School, Chicago; A.
R. Hohlfeld, University of Wisconsin;
Herbert L. Marshall, Central High
School, St. Louis, Mo. .
The J-Hop Souvenir Edition - 5e
each.

CITY NEWS
Judges at Banquet
Prof. Thomas C. Trueblood, of the
oratory department, entertained Judge
Curtis C. Johnson, of Toledo, O.; Prof.
A. Gaylord Slocum, of Rochester, N.
Y., and Prof. Haley Lutz, of Oberlin, O.,
visiting judges for the Michigan-
Northwestern debate, at an elaborate
dinner at the Whitney Hotel Friday
evening.
-. M. C. A. Boys Enjoy Hike
Boys of the city Y. M. C. A. enjoyed
a hike and campfire meet yesterday
afternoon conducted by Bernard Ma-
son, boy's secretary of the association.
They left the Y building at 2:30 yes-
terday and proceeded three miles out,
in the direction of Barton Dam. Sup-
per was served around a big camp
fire, at 5:00 o'clock, and the members
came back at 6:30.
Police Find Shepherd Dog
Officers of the police department yes-
terday found a valuable shepherd dog
on Packard street, which was taken to
the station and will be held for a short
time for its owner. Chief of Police
Frank Pardon states that the owner
can have the animal by reporting to
his office at the station downtown.
Orders for five or more copies of the
J-Hop Edition delivered without extra
charge.

MATINEE
FRIDAY
At z2:00 P. M.

"La BOHEME"

Puccini's
Master
Opera in
Four :Acts

With Teyte, Marcel, Martin, Chalmers, Mardones, Puliti, Ananian.
Followed by "SPANISH BALLET"
With PAVLOWA and her BALLET RUSSE
FDAY
NIGHT
At 8:oo P. M. PA
With GIOVANNI ZENATELLO as CANTO
Followed by "COPPELIA" (Complete in Two Acts)
With PAVL'O WA and the Imperial BALLET RUSSE
PRICES: Lower Boxes (g Seats) $30; Upper' Boxes (4 Seats) $2o; Orchestra and
Four Rows Circle, $5; Balance Orchestra Circle, $4; Balcony, $3; Balcony Circle,
$2; Gallery, $i.
SEAT SALE NOW.-MAIL ORDERS ACCEPTED. Steinway Piano Used.

L Y CKE V T H EvATmR E
DE's O IT
2 PERFORMANCES ONLY
M atnee and FRIDAY, JANUARY 2
MAX RABINOFF Announces:
The oAsto IOrand aperaCo.
P'AVLOWA Imperial Ballet Russe

Leave orders for the "Baby"
Souvenir at the Daily office,
Bldg. 1'hone 960.

J-Hop
Press
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LMPORTAINT BUSIINESS MEETING'
ITO BE HELD BY 1JIS IITESDAY
A meeting of the Junior Lit Class
is scheduled at 4:00 o'clock Tuesday
afternoon, in room 101, Economics
building. Nominations and election to
fill the places on the Student Coun-
cil, and other important business will
come before the meeting. W. F. New-
ton, class basket ball manager, will
speak to the assembly, and endeavor
to arouse interest of the class in this
activity.
Kansan Works hards For Education
"Variety is the spice of life," but in
the case of a University of Kansas
freshman, it is maintenance and sus-
tenance. Among his remunerative
duties, he fills positions as janitor,I
steward of a boarding house, sign
painter, chauffeur, and does molding
of pottery on the side. In addition, he
.s carrying 15 hours of college work.

LADY ABERDEEN AND HUSBAND
TO RAISE FUNDS FOR IRELAN
Lady Aberdeen, who is to appear a
a guest on honor of the Ann Arb
branch of Collegiate alumnae at ti
state conference on February 25-26, re
cently announced that she and her hu
band, the Marquis of Aberdeen, woub
soon begin a tour of the south, aw
eastern states.
On their tour they will attempt t
raise a fund of $50,000 to supply foo
for babies in Ireland.
George -. Collier, '67, Dead.
After a lingering illness, deal
claimed George M. Collier, '67, la
Priday at his home in Detroit. M
Collier was one of Michigan's leadir
alumni and was recognised as a for
most criminal lawyer. He won a rep
utation among the noted barristers
Detroit.

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FOR RENT-- Good warm single room
on first floor or suite on second floor;
very desirable; call at 101 South
Thayer street, or phone 1398J.
FOR RENT-Large single room; elec-
tricity. Phone 633-R, 413 Thompson.

WANTE'D) Posit ion by young lady
as midil Or walitress5 u i boarding
house or sorority. Addr'ess B,
care Michigan Daily.
FOR SALE. Dress suit excellent
condition. Call W. C. B., 1015 E.
Huron. Phone 397.

That you can save money by buying
CLASSICAL MUSIC AND BOOKS
at
Crinell aros. Music House
Best Pianos in the City For kent
Vfctrolms $15.00 to $250.00
Our Victor Record Service Cannot Be Beaten
Phone 1707 116 South Main St.

Whether you want to take a tra
or make a call, we will get you the:
on time. Our service is justa
prompt in bad weather as on pleasar
days. Stark Taxicab Co. phone 225

in Students Typewriting.
re Jane Kirkland Graham, A.B.,
asouth Twelfth Street. Telephl
nt 702-J.
If OVERCOATS
and rain coats from the house of I
- - ie'elmer, on sale by N. F. Alleu.
,i- ,fit

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$1'50,

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