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THE MICHIGAN PAILI

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February Clothing Sale
We will offer our entire stock of Clothing at 25
per cent reduction for the month of February.
This includes every Suit and Overcoat in the Stein V~loekl°
make, blues and blacks included, nothing reserved or
nothing remarked.
Somne Small Lot and Broken Sizes at 1-3 to 1-2 off
All. Trousers at Twenty per Cent Reduction
Mackin aws at Twenty-Five per Cent-Reduction
Fur Lined Overcoats at One-(quarter Off
LINDENSCHMITT, APFEL &Co.-
LEADING CLOTHIERSj
Campus B0ootery
Is having a
FEBRUARY CLEAN-UP :SALE on
BOSTONIANSH E
DON'T MISS IT

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You can't help it her,
We're always read
With togs that will rea
ly satisfy f or a coup.
of seasons or mor(
Come in .
R BFasthi onClot
Adler - Rochester
Clotheraft
THE D I (G -' >nr
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JUBILEE PROGRAMl

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Agent for the Rvyal Tailored Clothes for
Sep: the Neow Spring Line Awaiting you-

Men

Stage Make Ups for
Student Theatrical Productions
Face Paints. Powders, Cold Creams,
Rouges, Lip Sticks9, Etc.::::::
A Full Line at
THE ~ EBRRAlCH CA ION CO- 200-204 Un. Libas-ty St.

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No Drops
Needed in Our
Eve Examination.

extra
With splayed blades of spe-
cial treated Synthloy steel,
hardened and tempered,
specially polished, nickel-
plated. and buffed.
Pair, $7.50
Manufactured by ~ S~
A. G. SPALDING & BROS
121 Wcoiward Ave. DETROIT MICH.
Complete stock of School of Music
suplies at the University Music
H-ouse-corner Maynard and Wiliam
streets. febl6,17,18

A ssoeiation 'l'akes 1Part In National
Celebrationi of Fiftieth
Anlniversary
TO ROL(D1)SORO0RITY M~E ETINGS
As part of the national celebration
of the fiftieth anniversary of the found-
ing of the Y. W. C. A., a jubilee is
being held by the local university or-
ganization. The first program of the
affair was held last night at New-
berry hal and there will be a series
of parlor meetings beginning today
at all the dormitories, league houses
and sororities, at which noted speakers
will preside as guests of honor.
At two jubilee vesper services to
be held on February 16 and 23, Dr.
George Knepper of this city and Miss
Leslie Blanchard will preside, the
music being furnished by the Sym-
phonic league glee club.
Helen Tuthill, '16 has been appoint-.
ed "general chairman of the ,Jubilee, the
other members being Dean Myra B.
Jordan, Dr. Elsie Pratt, Mrs. E. D.
Kinne, Mrs. T. E. Ranklin, Helen Hum-
phries, '16, Margaret Basset, '17
Marth~a Gray, '16, Margaret Long, '17
Estelle Hooper, '16, Alice Wieber, '17,
Barbara Wild, '17, Helen Dow, '16
Lillian Carnegie, '17, Mariola Cornell,
'16, Olivia' Williams, '17, Naideau ar-
vis, '19, Eva Cole, '18, Nelda Springer,
'19, Emnma Matthews, '17, Leila Quirb,
Bessie Elliot, Leah Schuerren, '17,
Mable stickle, '1, R. Zoe Fleming, '19,
Clara Lubbs, Harriet Goodrich, '18,
Marjorie Kilibury '18, Beatrice Smith,
'1.7, Clarissa Vyn, Josephine Randall,
'17, Marion Stowe, Florence Pride,
Donna Sullivan, '16, and Emilie Sar-
gent, '16.
ANNOUNCE ESSAY COMPETITION
Bald-tin Prize to Be Awarded Best
Paper on Mniipal Subject
"Efficient Billboard Regulation" is the
title of the 1916 political science essay
competition, as announced by the Coun-
cil of the National Municipal league.
The Baldwin prize of $100 will be giv-
en the person handing in the best es-
say of not more than 10,000 words on
this subject.
Competition for the Baldwin prize
is, restricted to undergraduates in
American colleges and universities
offering courses in municipal govern-
ment. Essays, to receive consideration,
must be handed in before March 15.
They must be typewritten in dupli-
cate, signed with a nom de plume, and
be accompanied by an envelope con-
taining the fictitious and real name
of the writer.
Fencing' Captain (Gives Uip Foil Work
J. H. Nichols, '18, captain of this
year's fencing team, will be unable
to handle the foils during the coming
season on account of poor health. In
the past 'two years there has been
a decline in the sport, and unless
Michigan fencers report for practice
soon, it is likely that there will be
no fencing team this year.
Baseball Manager Tryouts to Report
All sophomore tryouts for Varsity
baseball manager are asked to report
to Manager Steen. at 1:15 o'clock today
at Waterman gymnasium.

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It isn't so with FITFORM clothes. They
are about the best thing going. They are
easy to buy, besides being good to took at.

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You Men of
Young Ideals

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will find them best
exemplified in
clothes made ex-
pressly for you and
you alone by

For some reason or other young mhen
haven't given thought to their clothes. They
believe anything will do. They don't get th
most out of life.
Good clothes--meaning FITFORM-6a re
within yourreach at all times; when-i you can
buy trim looking, well made, stylish appearing
clothes---'"Go to it" at once.
Well, here is a $15 FITFORM suit that'
as well made as the ordinary $25 suit and if you
want to pay $20 or.$25, You will do still Metter.

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Prizes in Life Are Usally
yond Your Reach

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E.V. Price & Co.

Prices Very
Reasonable

TOM, CORBETT
116 E. Liberty St. Young Men's C
"Fitfom is G~ood Form"

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GRKOSS
Exclusive Local Dealer
of Ann Arbor

309 S. Main St.

,Branch:
814 S. State

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v -....GLOVES
for men, be~st known makes at reason-
able prlei, on sale by N. F. Allen&
The "Standard(" Loose-Leaf Book at. Co., Main stret. wed-eod
Wjahr's. Your name on cover without -________
expense. Feb.15to20 Call Lyndon for good pictures.

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ENCTRAYI HG CO.
JOUR NAL QIULOING DETROIT, MICHIGAN

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The Brisk Smoke-"BulI" Durham
When you see an alert-looking young man in a
lively argument roll a "Bull" Durham cget-it's
the natural thing. He likes to punctuate: a crisp
sentence with a puff of "Bull Du rlham. His sm-indc
responds to the freshness that's in the taste oi it, and
his senses are quickened by its unique aroma. A
cigarette of "Bull". Durham just fits in with keen
thinking and forceful action.
GENUINE
"ButILD HA
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WANTED

TOR SALB~

VA~ \TFD--Suitcase taken from 11:181
W C. tril nSunday, Feb. 113, 1916.
Mfarked Hi. C. 3., Saginaw, Mich.1
Call 201 -1. f ebl6,17-
WiANTE- ommt in downstairs
suite. 224 South Thayer street.
__________febl6",1?7
V AzNT D- -.Four aggresieve men who
nuist earn money in order to re-
tuirn to the university next fall, to
joinincm on ai live proposition that
has kep;t me in college for three
e ars. good sialatry and comnmis-
sion. Call today, 235:=1 .Y. Howard
L. King;sley, gratd. feb16'
FOR lifil'T
f-'cepitionally- fine -ingle room for
resit, two blacks northi of camnpus, 814
East Hulrron street. 1843 .j. feb16 }
FORit's RNT--A very desirable suite,
2 1-2 bloclks from campus, at 332_L.
Jefferson.
FOR SALE~

FOR SALE-French horn, good tone,
excellent condition; high and low
pitch tuning slide; brand new case.
$340 comnplete. Call W. M. McKee,
2074-M.
FOR SALE--A full dress suit, tailored
of finest material ; worn but few
times; size about 38. 320 East Lib-
erty street. feb16
LOST
LOST-Between State and Ingalls,
platinum necklace, pendant set with
pink sapphire and small diamonds.
Reward.' febl5-16-17-1$
LOST-Lady's leather Hop program.

FSTEST ENG RAVER 1Q'TtHE WEST IF
ATTENTION! UNIVERSITY MEN
The R. H. Taylor Real Estate Co., of
Detroit, will have a special representa-
tive at the Whitney Hotel, Tuesday
and Wednesday, this week to confer
with young men who are interested
in becoming active real estate sales-
men. Why not enter 'a field where
your opportunities are only limited by
your ambition?
Let us tell you what others have
done and you can accomplish.
Call between 10 and 12 A. M. or
1 and 4 P. M. Phone for evening ap-
pointment. febl5-16

Made of "bright" Virginia-North
Carolina leaf, "Bull" Durham is
rich, fragrant, mellow-sweet-the
mildest, most enjoyable of smokes.
"Roll your own" with " Bull"
Durham and join the army of
smokers who have found that so
good a cigarette cannot be ob-
tained in any other way.
U'1731 1'An Illustrated Book.
FR "~ let, showing correct e1
way to "Roll Your P4
Own" Cigarettes, and a package of
cigarette papers, will broth be mailed,
twadncssaBulDuram .Durham, N .C.
TER 811 WICAW TOBACOCO.

Ask for FREE package of
"papers" with e~uA 5c each

Calling cards enclosed. Finder call
2S67. Febl5-16
LOST-One loose leaf leather covered
note book. Name on outside, H. F.
Shaw. Return to Daily Office or
phone 366. febiS-16
MISCELLANEOTJN
f 'XCHANGED-At Hlop :- Gray over
coat, out of booth 45, about 29th
dance. Finder phone 1029 M -or 139
for re-exchange. feb16

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