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THE MICHIGAN DA.LY
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HAND PRESSING

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Wishing You a Happy and
Prosperous New Year
and reminding you of the fact that in spite of the allied forces
we still hold our own by furnishing you with Flashlights, Groups,
Amateur .Finishing, Enlarging, Copying, 'Lantern Slides, etc.,
just a little bit better than anybody else.
In 1914 cur Kodaks Sales doubled--what will they do this
year?
With the new models-the great strides the Eastman Kodak
Co. has nlade in the way of improvements, and the material re-
<luction in prices of Lenses, we predict a banner year.
A suggestion---now is the best time to make an exchange by
turning in the old Kodak for a better one.
When yon think of anything Photographic think of

C. I. KIDD.---Sophomore
1530-, 1112 S. Univ. Ave

LADIES WORK A SPECIALTY

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Short vamp, square toe effect.
in gun metal and patent vamps. Tops and quarters of fine grey
cloth. All leather Spanishi heels.

605 E. William St.

WE USE PURE LARD

OREN'S CAFETERIA

ALK-OVER SHOE

Co., 115 S. Main Street

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Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
I wish to correct a misconception,
existing on the campus, in regard to
the Conference on Vocations for wom-
en, to be held under the direction of
the Women's League, January 7-9. The
conference has been announced as a
conference on "vocations for, women,
other than teaching," but there is no
implication that its aim is in any way
to detract women from the teaching'
profession. The general movement,
of which the Women's League Confe-
ence is oily a small part, arises from
the need for trained women in many
fields, and from the ever-increasing
over-crowding of the teaching profes-
sion. In attempting to acquaint girls
with the opportunities which await
them in many fields, the conference
aims merely at a more efficient distri-
bution of college women, believing
that the resulting gain will be 'three-
fold--women naturally fitted for varied
types of work will find greater scope
for their capacities, professions and
vocations needing the talents of edu-
cated women will be benefitted, and
the teaching profession, freed from the
deadwood of women not naturally fit-
ted to teach, who in the past have
turned to it through ignorance of other
work, will become more effective and
efficient.
The real aim of the conference is the
proper adaptation of talents to voca-
tion, and it is only as a partial means
to attaining this end that a few definite
subjects have been chosen for discus-

Orphetunm Tea-tre
Mon., Jan. 4-Mrs. Black is Back (May
Irwin). By Geo. V. Hobart.
Tu s., Jan. 5-Mrs. Black is Back (May
Irwin). By Geo. V. Hobart.
Wed., Jan. 6-Chas. Richmond in Man
from Home,
Thurs., Jan. 7-Cameo Kirby (Dunstan
Fax num). By Booth Tarkington and
Chas. Goddard.
Fir., Jan. 8- ameo Kirby (Dunstan
l'arnum). By Booth Tarkington and
Chrs. Goddard.
Sat, Jan. 9-arel McDonald (Bessie
Baitriscale).
termined by a vote of the women, the
committee feeling that for the first
year a conference dealing with voca-
tions in which many were already in-
terested would prove of the greatest
value. It is hoped, however, to make
the conference an annual -event, and in
the future to discuss many fields which
both lack of funds and lack of suffi-
cent organization have made it impos-
sible to include in this year's program.
The committee fully realizes that the
subjects chosen do not necessarily
represent the more profitable fields of
women's work, but they represent a
certain definite demand which the con-
ference aims partially to meet,
JUDITH GINSBURG, '15.
Gen. Chrm., Vccational Conference.
Flint Minister Wi Speak, at Union
Dr. J. B. Pengelly, rector of the
Episcopal Church of Flint, will be the
speaker on the weekly program at the
Union next Sunday afternoon at 3:00
o'clock. In addition to Dr. Pengelly's
talk, a number of musical numbers are
being arrange'.
Alumni to Dine in New York Feb. 5
Mlichiftan alumni will banquet at the
annual dinner of the New York City
alumni association, to be held at the

F. L. HALL, 514 E. William
Phone 2226
PRESSING adDsea
NO LOSS BY FIRE
Regents Committee Makes Inspection
Tour of Building During
Last Meeting
WESTERN PLANTS FAR SUPERIOR
Waterman gymnasium's bathing fa- /
cilities will undoubtedly be improved
upon, and extensions and enlargements
to the building itself will be consider-
ed by the board of regents. The stu- --Walt r W. Calkins, '15, Who was
dent petitions for relief from present cperated upon for appendicitis during
conditions were sympathetically re- vacation, was discharged from the uni-
ceived by the board at its meeting Dec. versity hospital yesterday.
22. --Frank J. McGrath, Instructor in
The matter was referred to the physics, was married December 26, at
building and grounds committee, of Concord, Michigan, to Sarah M. Den-
which Regent Clements is chairman. ham, formerly a teacher in the public
This committee inspected the gymna- schools at Charlotte, Battle Creek and
sium the afternoon of the melting, and Jackson.
is at present considering the practica- -During the month of December the
bility of immediate improvements, and university health service made 1,990
investigating the desirablity of en- treatments to students.
largements. -Marion ,B. Towne, ex-'12L, has been
The feeling on the campus' that elected to the Oregon legislature. She
something should be done at once to- is the first woman oleeted to that body
wards improving Waterman gymnasium in the state.
was heightened during the vacation, -Dr. Charles Dunlop, who left the
when Intramural Director Floyd A. university early last fall to join the
Rowe returned' from his tour of west- British army, and who- is assigned to
ern universities and reported that the hospital duty in England, has sent
Michigan indoor athletic plant was President Harry B. Hutchins several
comparatively the inferior of every photographs of wounded East Indian
gymnasium of the institutions in the soldiers.
western conference. -Allan T. Ricketts, '15E, who was op-
erated on for appendicitis during the
Announce Committee 'for Union Dance Christmas holidays, was discharged
F. G. Millard, '16L, is chairman of from the university hospital yesterday.
the Saturday night dance at the Un- -Plans for the next "Band Bounce"
ion. Other members of the committee will be discussed, and an election of
are A. D. Bromley, '17E, J. W. Taylor, officers held, at the meeting of the
'17, and T. F. Beal, '17. Tickets will Varsity band tomorrow night, on the
be on sale at 50 cents each at the Un- second floor of the engineering shops
ion counter. building.

Jniversity Schoo of Music
MAYNARD STREET

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Fresh Roasted
Peanuts

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214 S. Main St.

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BONA FIDE

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Clearance Sale

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This is our Regular Annual Clearance Sale of Merchandise to reduce our large stock before invoice.

We do not- close up to mark down, neither do we cIose down to mnaik up, but we leave our original prices Ord
give you the same honest discounts that this firm has given its patrons each year and upon which honest methods the foundation of this
store has built up its large patronage, in fact HONEST MERCHANDISE AT HONESTLY REDUCED PRICES ijill continue to be our metlcd
during thi& sale which opens Saturday, Jan. 2nd. We want you to attend this sale and convince y -ursel that our values arq far in excess of any offering, made by any firm, under any
pretext, either now or heretofore. We have no shopworn Merchandise that we could or would talead on you, no matter what excuse we might devie. 'his is simdy Ot r Arnulal Clear-
ance Sale of Stein Bloch and other good makes of Suits and Overcoats tha joil lecse cut at
FROM 25 PER CENT TO 33 1-3 PER CENT OFF

25 STEIN BLOCH SUIT Patterns and eery one made to your order by this famous firm must
be sold during this Bona Itide CLEARANCE SALE at

- 1-4 OFF

ALL MEN'S
AND BOYS' IVItIU
at 20 per cant off

CLOSING OUT OF FVR LINED

Men's Pants

Overcoats

We do not intend to carry this line in the future so must close them all out
at a Reduction. of 25 per cent

at a saving to you of 20 percent

TERMS

CASH

LINDENSCHMITT, APFEL & Co.

Ann Arbor, Michigan

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