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the proper thing. This idea of student.
self government should be carried out!
fully."
Alfred 0. Williams, '14E.-"I favor
the direct election plan, and would
suggest that the two elections to the
two boards be held simultaneously."
David D. Hunting, '14.-"Theoretic-
ally, direct election is desirable, and
we should have it on the campus if it
can be arranged -without any turmoil,
or bitter conflict."
L. J. Keliher, '14E.-"I think direct
election of the board members is a
good plan if there is any need of a
change."
Ralph Snyder, '12-'14L.-"I am hear-
tily in favor of the plan of direct elec-
tion of members of the board in con-
trol."
Willis A. Diekema, 14 favor the
plan, which seems to be a step in ad-
vance. The students under the present
plan have no representatives on the
upper board who are in any way re-
sponsible to them."
The following students, approached
at random yesterday, expressed them-
selves in favor of the direct election
plan: Chester H. Lang, '15; Carlton j
Jenks, '15; Ralph Conger, '14; Wilber
S. Davidson, '15; Christian Mack, '16;
Harry W. Hawley, '15; and Thomas J.
Doyle, 151..
The following students expressed
themselves as opposed to the direct
election plan, when apprpached yes-
terday: Roy H. Torbet, '14; Marten
Ten Hgor, '13; C. E. F. Clark, '14; Leo
Burnett, '14.

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Saturday ii
January
MATINEE AND NICHT
Should He Marry?
Answered In
"THE.
LEPER"
Geo. Seibel's Great Sociolgical Drama.
The most powerful protest ever written
against unfit marriages
SAFETY FIRST
This Play is not for the Young
or Immature
4 Rows Orchestra.............$150
Balance Orchestra..... ,..... ....1.00
8 Rows Balcony...................75
Balance Balcony..$... .......50
Matinee - Lower Floor. $.o, 75cts.
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Wed. January 14
A Notable Dramatie Event, The
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Up-Stairs, - - - 25 Cents
Mlatinees-Adlts , c; Children 15

The Play with the
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Six Months in New York
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Shoes for Men and Women at a
Big Reduction
AMPUS- BOOTERY

INIGHT - - - $1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c, 25c
MATINEE - - - - $1.00, 75c, 50c, 25c

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Lit kinds of fancy Ice Creams for Partites
Try our Fruit Sundaes after the Theatre

Maln Street

IR 'S S HOE STORES
have just received a shipment of thex
ginal Tango Pump, rubber sole and
a, for Ladies and Cents. :: :: :: ::
We also have Rubber Sole
High Shoes in Black and Tan
for Men.

-Chess and checkers club will meet
at the Union, following the regular
membership dinner tonight. Arrange-
ments are being completed for a match
in. Detroit about February 15.
-Dr. M. L. Ward, instructor in physics
andf chemistry in the dental depart-
ment, will leave tonightdforMinneap-
olis, Minn., where he will attend a
meeting of the Minnesota State Dental
society.
-Dr. If. S. Bailey, instructor in the
dental department, has been ill at his
home in Lowell, Michigan, for several
weeks. It is probable that he will re-
sume his duties shortly.
--Prof. J, MKeene Cattell, of Colum-
bia University, who has been attending
the Race Betterment Congress in Bat-
tle Creek, spoke at 8:00 o'clock last
evening in room 101, Economics build.-
ing, on the subject "Families of Mica.-
igan Men of Science."
-Prof. Henri us, of tie botanical de-
partment, who left last Thursday on
an. extension lecture toulr, has been
invited to make an.address at the Uni-
versity of Illinois, at Urbana, on the
general subject of "Genetics,"
-The Camp Davis smoker. of the sen-
ior civil engineer class will be held at
8:00 o'clock Thursday evening at the
Union. A program of speeches has
been arranged and about 200 scenes
from the camp last summer will be
shown by stereoptican.
'

--Theodore W. Koch, u liversity libra-
rian, will deliver an illustrated lecture
in the Ann Arbor high school this ev-
ening, on "Alaska." The lecture is
free.
-T)ean Mortimer E. Cooley returned
last night from Detroit, where he gave
an address before the Twentieth Cen-
tury club on "The Relation of Public
Utilities to the Public."
-Fresh engineers will give a dance at
8:30 o'clock next Friday night, Janu-
ary 16, at the Union.
-Persops intereste4. in watching a
wireless outfit in action, will find the
operator of the local station on duty,
in the engineering building, on Mon-
day, Wednesday, and Friday evenings,
at 8:00 o'clock, and Saturday morning,
at 8:00 o'clock.

invites you to witness his favci
AN ALL STAR CAST, INCLUDII,
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TRACK ASPIRANTS APPEAR IN
HOSTS
(Continued from page 1.)
a nucleus for this quartet. The other
two members might come from the
men that failed to land a place at the
longer distance. Trainer Farrell is
now devoting the most of his time to
these relay possibilities and looks for-
ward to making a respectable show-
ing with both teams.
PALLADIUM TO GIVE ASSEMBLY
AT J-HOP TIME.
(Continued from page 1.)
whole campus.
On being interviewed, Lyle Harris,
'15, chairman of the J lit social com-
mittee, expressed himself as being well
satisfied with b action taken by the
faculty, and said that no effort would
be made to hold the Jamboree in thes
week end preceding the new semester.
Those in charge of the Soph prom
aver that they never had any intention
of holding their dance between the
semesters, and that the recent action
of the faculty in regard to the As-

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MANY SUPPORT ELECTIONS BYJ
STUDENT VOTEI
(Continued from page 1.)
tion for the Varsity memberships
would be competent and efficient
enough to serve on the board in con-
trol, and that the board would not
'lose in efficiency by having the men
elected directly by the student body.
I am heartily in accord with the move
I looking to such a direct election."
Gordon C. Eldredge, '14.-"I favor
direct election of student members of
the board in control of athletics. While
there may be nothing at all wrong
with the system of the board of direct-
ors electing two of their own number
and one student at large, or even elect-
ing three of their number, as was the
case last year, I believe that a direct
election would be vastly more pleasing
toj the student body, the interests of
which are supposed totbe represented
by the student members of the board
in control," -
3. B. Helm, '14L.--"Direct election is

COUNCIL ACCEPTS NEW
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sembly would not lead them to change
their minds.E

Have you noticed
the distinguished appearance
a perfect fitting

(Continued from page 1.)
production, will be present and Ray
Melton, '13, the author, is expected.
Men will be picked for the chorus at
a trial to be held at the Union at 7 :00

o'clock next Tuesday. The aspirants
will be judged for musical and danc-
ing ability. The tango and other
present day dances will be used, and
there will be men present who can
take either a man's or girl's part
with the tryouts.
The posters must be handed in at the
Union before 7:00 o'clock tonight, and
will probably be judged at a meeting
of the pommittee tomorrow.

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