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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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anuary Clearing

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AMATEUR PHOTOGRAP ERS
Don't Overlook
MY "SHOW U" SPECIAL
8 x 10 Enlargements until Jan. 25
Only 20c. Sepia 25c.
NOT MORE THAN 3 TO ONE PERSON
LYNDON, 719 N. Vsrversity Ave.

Double amount of Pree Piano Certificates with each purchase.

25%
25%
10%

on Mackinaws
" Raincorts & Balmacaans
all winter Suitings, Trousings
and Overcoatings.

DRESS SUITS TO 'RENT
J. K. MALCOLM
604 east Liberty Street. Malcolm Block

For Twelve Years

The Sign of Satisfaction

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Always the NewjStyles First

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LIBERTY ST.

TENNIS AND GYMNASIUM SHOES

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VHITNEY THEATRE JANUARY 21
This is not a Moving Picture
BUT, AMERICA'S FOREMOST ACTERt
AT C. Co ' m Supported By
(HIMSELF)
he New York & jNE, VER-,A -D 'I' A farcical Comedy
,ondon Success -ia3, Acts

OR PRICES: Ist 4 rows 94, at $2.00 - - BALANCE 490 at $1.50
, 1st 8 rows 236 at $1.00, Last 5 rows 181, at 75c. GALLERY 50c.
- N SALE TUESDAY - - - MAIL ORDERS NOW

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WHITNEY
: THEATRE ::
Monday Night Only
January 1s,
A. H. WOODS, Presents
he Woxld's Greatest Laughing Success
AND
Perlinutter
AN UP-TO-DATE GARMENT IN THREE PIECES
vlade by our special Designer' from
Material n the Famous
Saturday tye. Post Stories
By MONTAGUE GLASS
rmmed with a Thousand Laughs and
Guaranteed to Fit All Sizes anud Ages
)irect from its Remarkable Run
A Two Years at the George M.
johan Theatre, New York.
PRIC1S
MAIN FLOO R
ITIRE LOWER FLOOR, 592 Seats - - $1.50
BALCONY
IRST 8 ROWS, 236 Seats - - 1.00
AST 5 ROWS, 181 Seats - - - - .75c
ALLERY----- - - .50C
eats on Sale Friday Morning
MAIL ORDERS NOW
>r quick taxi ,service call 15. If
don't believe it, try it.
>w is party time. Don't forget the
brown limousine. Call 15.
.ASS IN DANCING. On account of
ainations the Tuesday class in
ing at Granger's will start Fri-
Feb. 9th, 7:30 p. m.
T--On Jan. 7, Waterinan fountain
n with gold screw in cap. Finder
11 please call 1280-J.

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OFFER NEW COURSE FOR MEDICS
Operaltive Surgery lVill e Given By
Iloneopathie College.
Medical graduates will be given an
opportunity to attend a special op-
erative course in surgery, to be given
by the homeopathic medical college
February 15-20. The course was in-
stituted by the board of regents at
their last meeting, in response to nu-
merous inquiries from physicians all
over thy state,. for systematic work in
operations upon cadavers.
Prof. H. M. Beebe and 'Dr. G. I.
Naylor, both of the homeopathic sur-
gical staff, will conduct the demon-
strations in general surgery. The
courses, which will equal those given
in any graduate medical school, will
include operations upon the head,
neck , chest, spine and abdomen. Op-
erative procedure upon the nose, lar-
ynx and the ears, by Dr. D. V. Meyers,
and a course in gynaecological proced-
ures, by Prof. C.. B. Kinyon and Dr.
M. A. Darling will also be given if re-
quested, and if the proper subjects can
be obtained.
Any graduate in medicine may enter
as many classes as he chooses, by
'paying a fee of $10 for each course.
FOR' ER IE CO 1)5 SLHA TTERE I)
BY SIARPSIOOTER$ IN CLUBT
Wednesday's record in the Rifle club
targets was broken by three men in
the shooting yesterday afternoon. Out
of a possible 100, A. C. Simons, '16E,
shot a score of 99, while J. W. Steere,
'15, and T. C. Wilcox, '16E, each got
a 95 score, during the practice shoot-
ing at the Ann Arbor armory. All
shots were from prone position.
Today's match is scheduled to start
at 1:00 o'clock, every man shooting
two targets for record scores. It is
required that every man shooting pro-
duce his membership card, and, for
the convenience of those who have not
yet received thpir cards from the treas-
uror, 1. T. Gisborne, '16, will be on
hand today with membership cards, to
exchange for receipts. Any who in-
tend to join the club may do so at the
Ann Arbor armory today, and will be

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SOPII H110I EOP' BASKETBALL
IiVE I)EFFATE I) BY ST. THOMAS
Soph homeopaths' basketball team
received a bad beating at the hands of
the St. Thomas high school five on
Thursday night, when the Catholic
boys handed the university aggrega-
tion a 24 to 10)drubbing, in St. Thom-
as hall. Clay's work saved the hom-
cops from an even worse defeat, the
other men being handicapped by their
lack of practice and unfamiliarity with
the hall.
CH EMICAL APPARATtUS ARRIVES
FROM GER1AINY AFTER DELAY
Glassware and chemical apparatus
made in Germany, amounting to 150
cases, which was ordered last August,
and which was shipped under difficul-
ties via Rotterdam, to the University
of Michigan, arrived yesterday. A ship-
mnt of 10 cases arrived Thursday,
having escaped by way of Copenhag-
en; the fate of 60 other cases of chem-
icals which were ordered is still un-
certain.
FEI)E IIA tAL AUTHORITIES CALL
TO A CTO TNIT DRUG PROPRIETOR
Because the use of the red cross in
commercial advertising has been de-
Sdared contrary to law, in a recent rul-
ing oT the courts, M. B. Sugden, pro-
prietor of the Sugden Drug Store on
State street, was called into Detroit,
the middle of the week, by the federal
authorities, and given to understand
that such advertising was illegal and
would have to be discontinued. &r.
Sugden says that the sign will be
changed immediately.
Linotype Operator Wanted for Forgery
J. H. Pinkstone, a linotype operator
who has been been setting up type for
The Michigan Daily, was arrested and
lodged in the county jail yesterday
afternoon, on a charge of forgery, pre-
ferred by the authorities of Ovid, N. Y.
He will probably be extradited as soon
as the necessary papers can be ob-
I ained from Governor Ferris.
TPud" Rogers Will Coach Detroit Five
"Pud" Rogers, Varsity baseball
catcher in 1912 and 1913, is coaching
the Detroit University School's bas-
ketball five this winter. Rogers was
one of the brightest of the inter-class
stars at the indoor game while in the
university, and if he is given the ma-
terial, the former Wolverine should de-
velop a winning team,
Iowa's basketball squad was beaten
26 to 15 by Northwestern this week,
when the accurate basket throwing
and short passing game of the Evans-
ton team gave them a good decision
over Iowa.
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Pennsylvania leads all members of
the Intercollegiate Association Foot-
ball league, four of its players having
been chosen on the All-American col-
lege soccer eleven.
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Track prospects at Cornell are
bright for another championship, and
the preparation for the winter meets
and the final tests in the spring have
already started. Cornell won the

championship last year and also the
silver cup, and, with a veteran squad
back this year, is looking for as good,
if not a better, showing than that of
last season.
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Coach Driver, of the University of
Mississippi, has inauguratea 'a cam-
paign towards securing subscriptions
to the amount of $5,000, the money to
on permanent improvements of the
athletic properties. With this money,
the athletic association has planned
one of the most complete outdoor
planIts in the South.
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Dean Holgate blames the women at
Northwestern for the successive de-
feats of last fall's football teamh at that
institution. He claims that the women
kept the football men up late, and gave
them too many rarebits and candy
parties, which kept the team out of
condition.

JACOB MA(K, Manager

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BROADWAY AND JOHN R.
DETROIT
---where the U. of M. spirit
is manifest and "M" men are
taken care of. . Go to The
Edelweiss for your luncheon
when in Detroit, Soc. Also for
your Dinner o r after-the-
theatre Supper. And we make
a specialty of U. of M. Ban-
quets. Dancing from 6 to 8:30
and to to 12:30. Delightful
music -orchestral and voice.
Cuisine unexcelled, and Ser-
vice the best. A royal wel-
come awaits "M" men at any
hour of the day or night at

F. L. HALL, 614 E. William
Phone 2225
PRESSING .*a'deoas 'e
NO LOSS BY FIRE
PopularMals. ~ADWEve~ 25-1.50
Wed. and sat. UAICKU Math.si Tsp
DETROIT
Comstock ind Gest Present
'THE STORY OF THE ROSARY"
MON ROE DOCTRINE
SUPPORTERS LOSE
. (Continued from Page 1.)
were Harry D. Parker, '16L, Peter
Miller, '17L, and Isador Becker, '1714,
for Michigan, and for Chicago, Homer
Hoyt, Clifford Browker, and Ray Wea-
ver, Those who decided the question
were Ion. William Fflzell, Dayton,
Ohio, Judge A. H. Miller, Toledo, Ohio,
and Jackson Sparrow, Cincinnati,
Ohio. Hon. Fred E. Keeler, state su-
perintendent of public instruction, pre-
sided.
Prof. Thomas Trueblood said that
the subject was fully discussed and
ably presented and that Michigan was
represented by one of the best bal-
anced teams which it has been his
pleasure to coach. Both debating
teams and the officers of the debate
were entertained by the Faculty club,
at a reception held in Alumni Memo-
rial hail, following the contest.
Northwestern Contest Also Close
Professor Lardner, of Northwestern
university, said of the contest at Ev-
anston, "It was a rattling good de-
bate, and was more closely contested
than the unanimous score would indi-
cate. Michigan admitted too many
points, and its delivery could have
been improved." The substance of
Northwestern's argument was the sub-
stitution of a plan of cooperation bey
tween the United States and the A-B-
C powers, for the Monroe Doctrine.
James Phelps, '15L, Herbert Oppen-
heimer, '16L, and Samuel Witting rep-
resented Michigan, while their oppon-
ents were Roy McKerchar, Omer
Stelle, and William Dwinell. The
judges were Pres. Samuel Plantz, of
Lawrence college, Wisconsin, Pres. T.
H. McMichael, of Monmouth college,
Illinois, and Prof. P. S. Pierce, of the
University of Iowa. The presiding of-
ficer was Prof. A. B. D. Deibler, of
Northwestern university.
Each member of the two Varsity de-
bating teams will receive as a testimo-
nial a prize of $50 and a gold medal,
which is given each year by Mrs. Al-
ger, of Detroit, as a memorial to the
late Senator Russell A. Alger.

The Management of the "Majestic" begs to announce
Extraordinary Engagcment of Vaudeville's Most
Talented and Highest Salaried Artist
Winona Winter"

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NOW -PLAYING-A DAILY-MATIN E
FRIDAY-SATURDAY NIGHTSDaily Mati ee

We still have a nice
assortment of stiff hats which we are
closing out, some quarter off, some one
third off, some half price.
All Caps half price.

Sanme Majestic Prices

:-:Ladies Souvenir Matinee Today

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Factory Hat Store
W. W. MANN, Prop.

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CAMPUS BOOTERY Bostonian Footwear
308 south State Street ROYAL TAILORED CLOTHES

118 E. Huron St.

Near Allenel Hotel

"The Little Cheer-Up Girl"
Former star of "The Golden Girl"-and also has been leading-woman with
Julian Eltinge in the "Fascinating Widow" with Sam Bernard in "Hecame
from Milwaukee" and as the star of "The Little Cherub" and other
Broadway Successes.
The Parshleys Ceo. W. Day & Co.
America's Foremost instrumentalists Comedy Sketch Entitled "in Dutch"
Burt Jordan & Lillian Doherty FR[AR-BAGGETT & FREAR
in Eccentric Capers The Acme of Velocity

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New Ice

Roller

Rink

AT

WEINBERG'S

ENTRANCE AT
725 S. 5th Avenue
Corner Hill

BAND EVERY EVENING

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Buy your Mazda lamps at Switzer's,
310 S. Sate. "tf
522 Holmes Taxi Co. 522. "Back of
the Union." eod Fri

For the best J. Hop service. Phone
Taxi 2280. tf
University Ave. Pharmacy Fountain
Pens and Students Supplies. tf

In future all cars stop at
Drug Store.

Goodyear University Ave. Pharmacy Drugs
tf and Toilet Articles. Phone 416. tf

522 Holmes Taxicab Co. 522.

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Learn the latest dances at the Pack-
ard Academy. Brought direct from
the East by L. E. Hughes, Union Op-
era director.

Buy your Conklin Pen at Yan Dor.
en's Pharmacy, 703 Packard street, U

BLUE BOKS
THE CON-PROOF KIND
AT
"THE ONLY"
SUen .SupplyStoreE
1111 S..Univ. Ave.' Opp. Eng. Arch. L.-C. SCHLEEDE

eligible' for the match in the after-
ENT-Ready Feb. 3rd two room noon.
, one block from campus andc Prof. F. TI. Finch of the engineering
n. Come and see it. 605 E. department and Intramural Director
rson St. j Rowe will be the judges of the contest.

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