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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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*"*stma * Kodak"s are rvowsell ig
at greatly reduced prices
compared to what you paid for them a year ago.
NEW MODELS give 50% more value than ever
before. Let me show you the 20 or more new ones.
Now is the season to trade in the old one. I can make
you a better allowance now than ever before.

HAND PRESSING

LADIES WORK A SPEGIALTY

IYNDON, 71o N. University Ave.

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

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CONFECTIONERY
south Main Street

Organ
Theory, and
All Branches of Music

Are taught at the

Y School of Music
MAYNARD STREET

tot advanced our
articles.
ain Specialties better

RIFLE CLB PICKS
18 MENFR0HSQUAD
Will Choose 10 to Shoot First Match
Saturday With University ,
of Washington
WORK IN FIELD HOUSE TODAY
Michigan's rifle squad was picked
yesterday afternoon by the executive
committee of the Rifle club i~i its meet-
ing at the athletic association building.
Upon the basis of ability shown in the
trials that have been going on since
the close of the Christmas holidays, 18
"en were chosen from the number
that have been trying out. It is from
these 18 that the team of 10 will be
picked to shoot against the University
of Washington in the first match,
which is scheduled for January 28, and
will be shot next Saturday.
The peculiar fact that the match
will be shot ahead of the scheduled
time is accounted for by the fact that
the matches are carried on by a meth-
od of correspondence, each of the op-
posing teams shooting their targets,
and submitting them to the National
Rifle association before the date for
which the matches have been sched-
uled. The results of the matches are
learned through a weekly paper pub-
lished by the national body.
A. C. Simons, '16E, L. C. Wilcoxen,
'16F, J. D.Steere, '15, R. S. Anderson,
lit. spec., F. A. Fahrenwald, '15L, C. B.
Marks, '16L, V. F. Spring, '15E, S. M.
Willis, '15, W. J. Schoepfle, '17E, J. E.
Snider, '15, J. P. Thompson, '18, F. W.
Wood, '16, I. B. Clark, '17E, J. R. Mos-
er, '15E, R. W. Hussey, '15, H. A.
Moul, eng. spec., M. B. utting, '17E,
and W. W. Larsh, '16E, were the men
selected on the squad. From time to
time, as the men on the squad show a
falling off in their scores, they will
be replaced by the men who are im-
proving but were not picked on the
squad at the time of this selection.
Every one of the men picked on the
squad is asked to report for practice
at least twice between now and Satur-
day, as it is from their showing in the
next few days that they will be select-
ed for the team of 10 which will shoot
Saturday afternoon. The men who are
not among those selected on the squad
are urged to continue shooting, as it
was only lack of experience that kept
some of them off. With a little more
practice, it is expected that these men
will give some of the men on the team
a race for their berth.
The latest order of rifles arrived
yesterday afternoon, and today will
see the first day's work in the new
range which has been arranged in the
interclass field house on Ferry field.
The Ann Arbor armory will be closed
for rifle practice for the Michigan
Rifle club men beginning today, and
all members of the club who are shoot-
ing will take up the work at the Fer-
ry field range.
"THE HOLY CITY" ON EXHIBITION
Panoramic View of Jerusalem on View
at Home of Mrs. Howard
Depicting a panoramic view of Jeru-
salem, a painting by William B. Gif-
ford, of New York City, is being exhib-
ited at the residence of Mrs. S. I.
Howard, of 403 Church street. The
painting is a beautifully tinted one,
.four by seven feet in dimension, and
is attracting favorable criticism.
The canvass is a good example of,
the panoramic style, and is also inter-

esting, from the nature of the subject.
The view is taken from the Mount of
dlives, with the 'city of Jerusalem in
the distance, and the low Judean hills
beyond.

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WHITNEY
11 Thursday Night

F. L. HALL, 514 E. William
Phone2225
PRESSING Godsa
NO LOSS BY FIRE
BIJOU THEATRE
WED. JAN. 20-TH PIPEs OF PAN,
2 part Fantasy Drama. Featuring
Panline Bush
UniversalyIke-~ THE DANGERS OF
A LARGE CITY- Comedy.
A STRONG AFFAIR--Comedy.
THUJRS. JAN. 21 -P,AIN MARY-
Drama.
HER GRAVE MISTAKE--Drama.
WIFIES BUSY DAY-Comedy.
A FRONTIRR ROMANCE-Drama.
BIJOU--Washington St.

This is not a Moving Picture
BUT AMERICA'S FOREMOST ACTOR
Mr. Nat. C. Goodwin
(HIMSELF)

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THEATRE.

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Supported by Miss Margaret Moreland
iu the New York and London Success
"Never Say Die"
A Farcical Comedy in'3 Acts

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MA J ESIC
3:00 7:30 9:00
Daily Matinee
Last Time Today

Main Floor P 11 I C E S 'Balcony
First 4 rows, 94 - at $2.oo First 8 rows; 236 - at $.o0
Balance; 490 - at $1.50 Last 5 rows, X81 - at 75c
GALLERY 60e
TICKETS ON SALE NOW
WHITNEYfTEAR
FRIDAY NIGHT -:- JANUARY 22
The Messrs Shubert Presents
The Eminent Character Actor
Louis Mann
-IN-
"TH E.'BUBBLE"
(A most humorous play in 3 acts)
By EDWARD LOCKE
The Author of other successful plays such as' "The Climax" and
"The Case of Becky."
MAIN FLOOR PRICES BALcONY
1st 13 Rows, 360 seats - - at $1.50 1st 4 Rows, 120 seats - - at 51.00
Last 8 Rows, 232 seats - at $1.00 Balance 9 Rlows, 297 seats - Isec
GALLERY sec.

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Cinderella

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Girl

line of Students' supplies-
THE DELTA.
and Packard
in Stenogra h

Coming Thursday
TOOTS, PAKA & CO.

ects to take
should care-

tor with successful
ice, extended practice
retary and a success-
ani, naturally could
a and women for such
than one with little

A teacher who Tor thirty years
made it his business to train col-
men and women for secretarial
itions would certainly be better
lified for such work than one with
r a very limited experience. This
,mphasized by the fact that the ex-
enced teacher has trained college
and women for the best positions,
ractically every state in the union
his students have filled such places
cessfully.
The experienced teacher who has
a supplying private secretaries to
ness and professional men all over
country necessarily has frequent
s for such people.
Students studying with a teacher
imited experience will not only be
thoroughly fitted to do successful
k, but will have to depend upon
e vocational bureau for a position.
fee for such service will be more
z it would cost to take the course
a the better teacher who is able
nd good places for all of his pupils
out any fee whatever.
Business and professional men
employ private secretaries are

very particular in regard to the kind
of training such people have had.
Usually they will not consider the
application of one who has not been
trained by a teacher of wide exper-
ience.
6. The temporary teacher of stenog-
raphy whoshas taken up this work
only as a side issue and who likely
will never 'teach another class can-.
not possibly have the incentive to
do as thorough work as does the
teacher whose professinal success de-
pends upon his donig high grade work
and on his being able to find desirable
places for those who take his course.:
7. During the past twenty-five years
no less than twelve attempts have
been made by such teachers with little
or' no experience to train college men
and women for secretarial positions.
In every case these attempts have
failed and those who have been in-
duced tontake work with such teachers
have lost both their time and money.
Then, at the end of their college
course, hey were unfitted for any of
the desirable places which were avail-
able.
By aking the course offered at the
School of Shorthand on North Univer-
sity Avenue, one will be certain to
secure the most thorough training.
possible and be ready for a first-class
position whenever one is available,
and will be more likely to secure
promptly, just the sort of position he
or she desires.

Pop. Mat's f ffllIWeek Jan. 18
Wed. & Sat. GARRICK Nights
25c. to $1.00 25c. to $1.50
DETROIT --
H. H. FRAZEE Preseuts
A. Pair of Sixes
with Ralph Herz
One Year in New York Six Months in Chicago
The party who, by mistake, ex-
changed pumps at the Theta Lambda
Sigma party at Ypsi Saturday night,
please call 1818-M Ann Arbor. 82-3

Tickets on Sale Wednesday

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Freshman
ALSO
CANDIES
Sophomore

College Teaches Many Things
But the Best Is
the Lunches
AT "POP BANCROFTS" 722 Monroe

Junior
ALSO
CIGARS
Senior

- - Mail Orders Now

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522 Holmes Taxicab Co. 522.

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See "shoe special" ad. of Wagner &
Co. on second page. 81
MONEY-RAISING SALE-All Cloth.
ing, Balmacaans, Overcoats, Suits,
Men's Furnishing Goods and Hats at
Sacrifice Prices.
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE,
Main Street.
For the best J. Hop service. Phone
Taxi 2280. tf

New Ice

]Roller,

Kink

AT

WEINBERG'S

Shirt Sale-$1.00 for $1.50 and
quality. Wagner & Co., State St.

$2.00
81

ilversity Ave. Pharmacy Drugs In future all cars stop at Goodyear
Toilet Articles. Phone 416. tf Drug Store. ti

Do You Want to Make Money?
ONE OF THE EASIEST WAYS IS TO SAVE II'
HERE IS A WAY TO SAVE

For quick taxi service call 15. If
you don't believe it, try it.
Have you noticed Wagner & Co.'s
shirt window? 81
MONEY-RAISING SALE-All Cloth.
ing, Balmacaans, Overcoats, Suits,
Men's Furnishing Goods and Hats at
Sacrifice Prices.
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE,
Main Street.

BAND EVERY EVENING

ENTRANCE AT
7255.5thAvenue
Corner Hill

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University Ave. Pharmacy Martha;
Washington Candy, Cigars, Cigarettes

Learn the latest dances at the Pack-
ard Academy. Brought direct from

and Tobacco.

tf the East by L. E. Hughes, Untii Op-

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605 E. William St.

Goldman's Cleaning Specials
See Thursday's Daily for Friday's Special

Te MECCA -f
ECONOMY SEEKERS

era director.
Now is party time. Don't forget the
big brown limousine. Call115.
WANTED-If you are not in line with
a good position that will pay you
good money next summer see Mr.
Smithson today. 527' E. Liberty.
1568-M. 8

J BROS.

220 S. State St.

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Oren's Cafeteria

Only Cafeteria

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