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HiAP'S GOING ON
11:30-Men's Educational club has
Michiganensian. picture taken at
1I:00-Pi Delta Epsilon group picture
I' will be taken at Randall's studio.
al pieces of suitable Woolens. or FULL
u should see. It takes time to tailor Dress
your order at once.
g a wonderful line of NEW VESTING
ve dollars. To look is to buy.
1:30-Sigma Delta Chi has Michigan-
ensian picture taken at. Randall's
2:30-Catholic Students' club holds
dance in old Union. Admission by
7:00-Newark, N. J., club meets in
room 306 of Union.
7:30-Student Volunteer meeting in
8:00-Stefansson speaks under aus-
pices of Oratorical.association. Ad-
mission 50 cents.
8:00-Unitarian guild holds party in
7:30-Varsity Mandolin club practice
in University Hall.
iStudents desiring to goo on the Pres-
byterian sleigh ride Saturday, Jan.
17, are asked to sign up at the Chris-
tian Endeavor meeting Sunday eve-
P1 Delta Epsilon's group picture will
be taken at 1 o'clock Saturday aft-
erndon at Rantdall's studio instead
of at 12 o'clock today, as previously
Representatives from each of the fol-
lowing organizations are requested,
to identify members in group photo-
graphs at theMichiganensian offices
immediately: Girls' Cosmopolitan
club; Girls' Glee club; Mortar-
board; Senior society; Japanese
club; Phylon; Kappa Sigma; Gam-1
ma Phi Beta; Delta Delta Delta,
and Kappa Alpha Theta.
FIRST GAMES IN FRATERNITY
RACE SCHEDULED FOR MONDAY
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teams in the society league have been
given until Wednesday night to sign
at the Athletic office. This league is
open to any organization whether
honorary, literary, sectional or any
similar type. The gym will be open
on Saturday mornings and Director
Mitchell urges all teams to take ad-
vantage of this favorable practice1
Theta Xi vs. Zeta Beta Tau.
Phi Kappa Sigma vs. Delta Tau
Beta Theta Pi Vs. Alpha Sigma Phi.
The Michigan Daily, the only morn-L
ing paper in Ann Arbor, contains all
the latest Campus, City And World
EX-SERVICE MEN and WOMEN
Your Military Records are Wanted
All students who were in Military Service during the
European, War and who have not already sent in records to
the Alumni Catalogue Office, Memorial Hall, are requested
to call at this office as. soon as they can and fill out military
The University will publish soon a complete' ind detailed
account of MICHIGAN'S part in-the world war, and it is
desired that every one's name be included.
-Secretary of the ar Record
109 S. MAIN ST.
2:00--Sealp and Blade meets in room
326 of Union.I
6 :30-Christian Endeavor meeting ir
6::30-Unitarian guild forum. Prof.
John F. Shepard speaks on "Mor-
ality and the Crowd."
7 :30---Wesleyana guild lecture in Meth-
odist church. Prof. Harris F. Rail of
the Gary Biblical institute speaks on
"The Democracy of God."
11:00-Senior engineering assembly in'
roon 248 Engineering building. Mr.
A. C. Marshall, vice-president of the
Detroit Edison company, speaks' on
the subject, "The Public Utility Trio:
The Customers, the Stockholders,
and th Employees.".
for Quality and
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OF THE .YEAR"
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our entire stock in a few days.
We Defy Our Competitors to Under Sell Us
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40.00. __. .SUITS
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