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SMALL PRIVATE DINING
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BOARD BY THE WEEK AND
INDIVIDUAL MEALS

Wool Hose

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6 pair for $5.00

LATE ADVANCES IN FIELD
OF SCIENCE
With five well known professors on
the campus as speakers, the Univer-
sity Graduate club announces the firstF
of an annual series of lectures to be
given under its auspices. The purpose
of these lectures is to give a fairly
comprehensive survey of the recent
advances made in scientific fields.
Princeton and other prominent univer-
sities are having the same kind of
programs.
The program for the first series is
as follows: Jan. 20, a lecture on
"Freudism: A Critique of Psycho-
Analysis," by Prof. Carl D. Camp;
Feb. 3, "The Relativity Theory of
Gravitation and Its Consequences," a
talk by Prof. Walter F. Colby;,March
3, Prof. A. Franklin Shull will speak
on "Ten Years of Heredity;" March
31, "International Society and Interna-
tional Law," is the subject upon which
Prof. Jesse S. Reeves will speak; and
May 5, Prof. Harley H. Bartlett will
talk on "Ancient Alphabets and Primi-
tive Literature in the East Indies."
These lectures will be given in the
Natural Science auditorium, Thursday
evenings, at 7:30 o'clock. The public1
is invited.
F Thirty Years Ago
(From U. of M. Daily, Jan. 10, 1891.)
THE CAMPUS
C. G. Colby, medic '92, spent Sab-
bath at his home in Albion.
$75 will be needed to send the Glee
club to Detroit. Leave your subscrip-
tion and name with Sec'y Wade.
The various Y. P. S. C. E. societies
held a union meeting at the M. E.
church last evening.
F. E. Mulder, lit '93, is quite serious-
ly sick with tonsilitis.
C. E. Filkins received as a Christ-
mas gift from his father, a deed for a
valuable farm in Shiawasse Co.
Shakespeare's works are now being
translated into Chinese.
The Chronicle-Argonaut appeared in
a new dress, Saturday, and with at-
tractive headlines for the different de-
partments.
CASUALTY COMPANY OFFERS
EMPLOYMENT DURING SUMMER
An opportunity for the employment
of students during the summer months
with the chance of earning good
money, is offered by a Detroit casualty
house which is now establishing their
farm department in Ann Arbor.
It is the intention of H. A. Baldwin,
state manager of the company, to en-
roll a large class from among the stu-
dents for the purpose of instructing
them in salesmanship. Class meetings
will be once a week and it is expected
that some of the biggest casualty men
in the country will speak before the
class.
In the estimation of Mr. Baldwin, a
student can earn enough during the
summer to see him comfortably
through a year of school by getting re-
newals on the business he has already
sold during the summer. Students
who wish to enroll in the class may
meet Mr. Baldwin at the agency of
the National Casualty company, situ-
ated on the third floor of 310 State
street, any time during the afternoon.
NEW COURSE IN ORIENTAL ART
TO BE OFFERED NEXT SUMMER

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OVERCOATS
It's "just like finding 'em," men
when you can buy such coats
at Brown's at
$5, $6, $8, $10, $12, $15

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A course in Oriental art, to be known
as course 20a, will be offered in the
fine arts departmentaduring the com-
ing summer session, according to Prof.
Herbert Cross, head of the department.
The course is entirely new in the Uni-
versity and is one of the first of its
kind to be offered in any university in
the country.
The interest in the art of the Orient
which has been so widely manifest
during late years is responsible for
the action. Though not as closely con-
nected with American art as the Euro-
pean, Oriental art is nevertheless of
such high type and so unique that it
deserves consideration, according to
Professor Cross.
To Form Canadian Club
All Canadian students are urged to
attend a meeting for the formation of
a Canadian club at 7:30 o'clock Thurs-
day evening in room 304 of the Union.
The organization's primary purpose
will be to assist new students coming
from Canada, in getting started at the
University.
Present plans include the opening of
special headquarters next year.
An election of officers and a discus-
sion of plans for year will take place
at the meeting.

WINTER COATS
Madam!.- How would you like to
buy your winter coat at a saving
like this:
$5, $6, $8, $10 AND $15
WOMEN'S SUITS
Just watch them go! 'Women's smart
suits priced in this great sale
as low as
$5, $8, $10 AND,$12.50
WAISTS
Just the dainty, pretty, modestly priced
styles that go so far to freshen up the
mid-winter wardrobes. ,Voiles
and Georgettes at
$1.00, $1.50 AND $2.00

Response to this sale has been wonder-
ful. It just proves that real value was
what tht men of Ann Arbor were
waiting for-priced at
$5, $8, $12 AND $15

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