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THE MICHIGAN DAALY

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Over Fo

t wear

HAND PRESSING

New
Parisian
Last

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ALK
ER

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 our Kodaks Sales doubled-what will they do this
year'
With the new models-the great strides the Eastman Kodak
Co. has made in the way of improvements and the material re-
duction 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 you think of anything P'hotographic think of

LADIES WORK A SPECIALTY

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

6xg n. William St.

WE USE PURE LARD

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SHOE CO., 115 S. Main Street

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house trade.
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'LEA9VE 'FrABSENCE
HAS 0BIGFUNCTION
Allows Faculty to Enjoy Change from
Routine of work and to Learn
Subjects Better
OVER 12 TAKE ANNUAL LEAVE
Among the intricacies of the ad-
ministrative system of the University
of Michigan, most of which are, in-
visible to the average student, one of
the most important features, from an
instructive standpoint, is the leave of
absence system. By means of the plan
followed by the university, the re-
sources to be placed before the student
are enriched, through the endeavors
of 'rprofesors and instructors to bet-
ter their knowledge of their subjects,
by further study, research work and
practical experience.

ingO~AM% EWEERS ATC j
C "tANE 1
CONERTTICKETS
Offer Pasteboards to Belgian Relief
Entertainment to Public
)londay
A ,. g . - -~TH "
P()P ULA i ARTIISTS WiLL APPE AR
Tickets for the Belgian Relief con-
cert, to be given in Hill auditorium
on January 14 by Leonora Allen and
Albert Lindquest, will be sold for 25
cents. They will be on sale Monday

Fat. GARRICK" F.L. HALL, 514 E. William
Fri. Sat. Jan. 4th
D E T R O I T Phone 2225
"hp oods Called For
PRESSINGand Delivered
of 1914 NO LOSS BY FIRE

Freshman
ALSO
CANDIES
Sophomore

College Teaches Many Things
But the Best Is
the Lunches
AT "POP BANCR 0 FT'S" 722 Monroe

Whitney
FRIDAY NIGHT, 8:15

Theatre

Junior
ALSO
CIGARS
Senior

January

8

Violin
Organ
Theory, and
All Branches of Music

The Artistic Sensation of the Feamren
PAYV~~f
The Dancing Revelationx of the Age
ASSISTED BY

M. Iva

Are taught at the

ty School of Music
MAYNARD STREET

ar has not advanced our
on toilet articles.
da Fountain Specialties better

te line of Students' supplies.
THE DELTA
and Packard

The purpose of this system, while at Wahr's bookstores, the Michigan
primarily to enable the faculty to be- atinah's.booksoresath Mychiga
come more intimate with their sub- Union, the Y. M. C. A. and by stu-
jects, is incidentally to afford a change dents
from the routine of teaching, and to Thekconcert willsbeginut 8;00
enhance the position and standing of ond cok han will latso a h
the university in various lines of en- and a half. The program will consist
deavor. of the lighter and more popular clas-
The usual methodforobaii s
ddorvortsinsn
leave of absence, and thermethod that During the holidays, Miss Allen sang
is open to all faculty members hold- in Cincinnati. On January 31 she will!
ing the rank of instructor or higher, jlappear with th Minneapolis Sympho-
is by teaching for four summer ses- nny orchestra, with which she has often
sions, and depositing the compensa- sung. During the summer months she
tion for the four sessions with the uni- 1s engaged for a tour of the United
versity treasurer. This will entitle the States, including concerts at the Pan-
Instructor or professor to one year's ma-Pacific exposition at San Francis-
leave of absence with full pay, for -
purposes of study, as stated above. r. Lindquest gave eight concerts
the intention to apply for leave of ab- during the Christmas holidays, one of
sence is given up, during the four twhich was at St. Paul before the Schu-
years, the deposit with the treasurer bert society. At St. Louis he sang in
will be returned, the only loss suf- "The Messiah" with the St. Louis
fered being the amount of interest ac- Symphony orchestra, and also before
cumulated during the time. the Chaminade club of that city during'
The application for leave of absence the following week. He appeared in
must be presented to the board of re- Dubuque with the Choral society of
gents for acceptance, and must first that city. He also is engaged to sing
be approved by President Harry B. at the exposition in San Francisco.
Hutchins, and the head of the depart- After his concert in Minneapolis on
ment involved. January 3, the Minneapolis Tribune
A second method, open only to pro- says of him, "He has a gloriously pure,
fessors and. junior professors, is to true, thrilling and penetrating voice

an Clustinre M. Alexander Vi(
M. Warslav Waszinski
Mile. Stephanie Plaskowieszka
Mile. Stasia Kuhn
Inmperli R ussfan Ballet
and Cornplete Syrmphony Orchestra
-h.--o dere Shiers. Con dtor-
Main Floor PRICES: Balco y
s, 94 seats $3.00 First 4 rows, 120 seats -
ws, 498 seats $2.50 Bal. 9 rows. 297 " -
Gallery $1.00
SEATS NOW ON SALE

olinine

First 4 row
Bal. 17 rov

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Whitne har

Saturday-Sunday
January, 9 and 10

$2.00
$1.50

1t

EI BUILDING
ANYA ROOMS
re to Contain Nearly 300
is for Variety of
Purposes

FTER "FACTORY"

TYPE

dark such as mushrooms can be stud-
ied, besides an aquarium, a museum,
an herbarium, a sound proof room
and a temperature room. Altogether
there will be nearly 300 rooms.
The building is being built on what
the architects term the "factory" type
of construction. Like the factory, it
will be mostly windows and piers and
will have little wall space. All rooms
will be lighted by daylight, as they
lead off the central corridor, an ar-
rangement similar to that in the chem-
istry building.
Work is slightly delayed, waiting
for warmer weather to pour the re-
maining concrete, though in spite of
this temporary delay the concrete and
brick work will probably all be fin-
ished by the middle of January. The
entrances, the two opening on the di-
agonal walk, the one fronting the
chemistry building and the other op-
posite Hill auditorium, are complete,,
except for the stairs and doors.

MATINEE Daily at 2:30
Two Shows Nightly-7:30 and 9:00,

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iea of the completeness of the
nce building, now being built,
btained from the following in-
list of the various kinds of
.anned for. There is to be an
im with a seating capacity ;of
ierous offices for the profes-
ss and lecture rooms, rooms
arch and laboratory work,
oms where plant life of the

supply, at their own expense, a suit-
able substitute, who must be accepted
by the university authorities. The
professor, then is given one year's1
leave, on full salary.
Under the present system, the av-
erage number of faculty men to take.
advantage of the privilege, is annu-
ally about 12. The number of those
that have now on deposit with the
treasurer their nmm ensation fnr th

The First and only Authentic
M OT I ON P IC TVR E S
(With Lecture) OF THE
E U ROPEAN WAR
Taken By Edwin F. Wiegle, Staff Photographer of the Chicago Tribune
The Tribune Gives Half of It's Profits to the
B ELGIVM ED CROSS F VND
These Sensational Scenes Depict Vividly
The Burning of Antwerp. The Battle of Alost, The Destruction of Termonde
The Battle of Malines. The Battle of Aerschot. The Flooding of Lierre

which, in combination with an attract-
ive and vigorous personality, gained
for him the enthusiastic approval of
yesterday's popular audience."
"THE FOUR SEASONS" SPRING,
SUMMER, FALL, WINTER, FOUR
BEAUTIFUL GIRLS in a stupendous
offering of Melody and Artistic Scen-
ic Surroundings. Remember these
four beauties are with the "ALL-

522 Holmes Taxicab Co. 522.
"We'll be there."
522 Holmes Taxicab Co. 522.

PRICES: Adults, 25c.
Children 1Oe.-all seats

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Burreit's Barber, Shop
514 E. WILLIAM
Our "Cuts" need no excuse.
In connection with F. L. Hall.
"Nothing but girls" and every one

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Buy your Mazda lamps at Switzer's,
310 S. Sate. tf

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41 UL St * L~p o eAJS S.SU u
summer session teaching, in accord- GIRL SHOW" at the Majestic, Monday,
ance with the first method explained Tuesday, Wednesday, Jan. 11, 12, 13,
above, is five. with a daily matinee. 72-7

Don't fail to see "Mary Gray" the a sweet one at the Majestic with the
"Waltz Girl in Miles of Smiles" at the "ALL-GIRL-SHOW' Monday, Tuesday,
"Majestic" Monday, Tuesday, Wednes- Wednesday, Jan. 11, 12, 13, with a
day, January 11, 12, 13, with a daily daily matinee. 72-7
matinee. 72-7

400

SLAUGHTERED

Men, But Suits and Overcoats of the best make and material, including the famous
Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes at Slaughter Prices.

Suits and

Overcoats

at

$1.50

to

$3.00

Lower

Than Any Other Prices Quoted. Compare Our Prices and Be

Convinced.

m5.
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& $28.
& $22.50

Suits and Overcoats, at $16.98
$14.98
$13.98

$18. Suits and Overcoats,
$16.50" "
$15" "

- at $12.98
"t$1098
"i $9.98

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