Y IMAGINABLE FABRIC, PATTERN,
.OR AND STYLE IDEA FOR MADE- -
ing is one of the cardinal principles of this business;
ct that we've done itralways, and that our customers
as been the real reason for our SUCCESS in making
it are correct in every detail of style and fit.
to have the pleasure of making, your next Suit.
WHAT'S GOING ON
6 :401-J-uior engineers' mofle party.
Meet at Majestic theater. Class go
in body to tap room after movies.
7:00--Varsity Glee club rehearsal in
Lane hall for men going on trip ex-
1al in University Hall. Names of
trip men to be announced.
7:00-Student council committee on
freshman conduct meets in Union.
7:30-All students Interested in the
Italian language meet in Lane hall
to form club, w
7:30m-Phl Sigma sgclety meets in
room B452 of Natural Science build-
8:00-Christian Science society meets
in Lane hall.
8:00-John Drinkwater lectures in
8:00-Romeo. and Juliet will be pre-
sented by Shakespearean reading
class in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
'P'.o - '°,p i cA .
Al seniors holding proofs of MichI-
ganensian sittings are asked to ap-
prove same and return then} to the
photographers as soon as possible.
There are still a large number of se-
niors in all classes who have so far
neglected to make appointments fobi
Michiganensian sittings. These ap-
pointments must be made before
Saturday, Jan. 31.
The exhibitlon of pictures at Memor-
ial hall under the auspices of the
Ann Arbor Art association will be
open daily from 1:30 to 5 o'clock
for the rest of the week.
JOHN DRINKWATER, ENGLISH DRAMATIST, WHO LECTURES IN HILL
Directions for the use of the new
Library are as follows:
The study hall, at the right of the
main entrance, and the upper study
hall, on the second floor, contain bools
for required reading on reserve for
special classes. They are not to go
out except for over night.
There is a list of professors whose
books are on reserve, in the vestibule
at the rght of the dor opposite the
entrance, and lists differentiating be-
tween the books in the main and up-
per study halls are posted oi the right
side of the file in the middle of the
delivery desk in the circulation corri-
To reach the upper study hall go
through the circulation corridor and
the periodical room. It is south of
The circulation corridor is the first
large hall on' the second floor. There
are books for two weeks' circulation,
and the books reserved by Profs, T.
E. Rankin, A. L. Cross, R. W. Cow-
den, H. S. Mallory, and Clarence Mead-
er may be kept out from three days
to a week., The delivery desk is- the
main long one and the circulation
desk is to the right, where books are
charged. The catalogue is at the left
of the delivery desk.
The periodical room is to the right,
at the west end of the circulation cor-
ridor. The reference foom is opposite
the delivery desk. Questions are to be
Encyclopedias, "Who's Who?", textf
books, and standard reference books
on any subject are in the cases that
line the walls. One may look up any
book for himself or if necessary an
attendant will help him.
READY THIS FALL
Women May Apply for Rooms In
, lBetsy Barbour
With definitely arranged plans for
the completion of Betsy Barbour dor-
mitory and the assurance that it will
be ready for occupancy', in October,
1920,;comes the announement that
applications for admittance will now
be considered. Girls wishing to gain
entrance to the "ormitory net fall
can secure application blanks at 'the
office of Dean Myra B. Jordan, when
they mustbe properly filled 'out and
returned for "considration. The do-
mitory, which will house 79 women,
will admit 30 freshmen.
Australa to Have Large Dam
Sydney, Australia, Jan. 28.-One of
the largest irrigation dams in the
world is to be built across the Mur-
ray river, the largest in Australia.
It is to be named the Hume dam and
erected at Mitta Mitts on the island.
between Victoria and New South
Hope to Reduce Currency Inflation
London, Ja. 28.-A new organiza-
tion called the Sound Currency asso-
clation, has been formed here to aid
in eliminating the inflation of cur-
rency, restore the pound sterling to its
par value And the return to the gold
!E JUST RECEIVED-
inFxmct A V7n Ir:TWct it I Y.
HAVE YOU TRIED OUR
SERVIQE AND FOUND.
DIFIFE I ENCE
A Shipment of the new
IT COLOR TAN BROGUE OXFORDS
IN SCOTCH GRAIN LEATHERs
HE VERY LATEST ONLY $17.00
A FEW PLAIN BROGUEP ATTERN in the
ST CORDOVAN for -$14.00
w next lots of these will sell for $18.50)
a new shipment of PATENT LEATHER
A quiet toned, tastefully finished
PHOTOGRAPH of a friend
IS a constant pleasure which is
ALWAYS certain to be
APPRECIATED by those we esteem.
Make your Hichiganensian appointment bo ore February 1
to avoid extra charge
FOR THE HOP
from 5 to 11, widths from AA to D.
frank to say that we do nAt believe
a finer dress tie produced at any,
ad they are only $14.50
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PLAY FOR SECOND PLACE
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lits meet the dents in the game that
will decide second place in the tourna-
ment. The work of both teams has
j showed that the game today will be
an exhibition of clever hockey play-'
ing. The winners of today's game are
to receive their class athletic numer-
After today's game between . the
soph lits and the dents, two all cam-
pus hockey teams will be picked by
the supervisors of the tournament.
These teams are to include the men
who played they/best brand of hockey
in the interclass games held so far
this season. A squad of about 20 men
will be chosen and aannounced in t o
morrow's Daily. Actulal practice for
the informal varsity will not be held
until the beginning of next semester.
A series of about eight games will be
played by the Michigan informals
against some strong Detroit and Ca-
nadian hockey teams.
THETA CHI DEFEATS PHI
CHI 14-9 IN A FAST GAME;
Theta Chi defeated the Phi Chi quin-
tet last night in the semi-finals of the
inerfraternity basketball league by
the score of 14-9.
Theta Chi took the lead early in the
game and were leading in the long
end of a 10-2 score when time was
called for the first half. Phi Chi start-
ed'-the second half with a rdtsh, but'
were unable to overcome the handf-
cap of the first period.
Brumo.to Give Commencement Talk
Prof. John R. Brumiiiof the rhetoric
department will deliver a commence-
ment address this morning in De-
troit on "The Trap of the Unaccus-
tomed" before the graduating claps
of the Eastern high school.
Do your sh des need repairing or
renewing. We shall be glad to sup-
ply your needs. Pohne 237. C. H.]
Major & Co.'-Adv.,
121 E. Washington
t rycs "lELJ Th.An",,,=the master drawing p encil -HB
Put pep into your pencil work. Use a
smooth, long-lasting responsive lead
thateasesandquickes your pencil tasks
and makes them more pleasurable i
~*e m~rdp cit.
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Have you arranged with the Sped-
ding Studio for your Michiganensian
sitting? Sittings must be made before
Have those rooms cleaned and re-
decorated for the J-Hop., Call 237,
and the goods will be delivered. C.
H. Major & Co-.Adv.
Get your Furniture and Rugs at
Koch and Henne.-Adv.
We set glass. C. H. Major & Co.-
Corner Fourth Avenue
SOLD BY GOOD STATIONERS-AT SCHOOL AND IN TOWN
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Author of the play:
An English Dramatist's View of Lincoln
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