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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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&Stmarn Kodaks are y* x sc";
at greatly redtced pr}ices

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Spring
Style Ai
Black and Tan &
Price $5.005
115S MainSt

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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.

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

LYNDON, 71 N. Unive A,

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NO LOSS IY FIRE
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AND
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Week Jan. 25. iEvenings
Matinees GARR ICKI25c., Sc., 75c.,
Wed. and Sat. T $1. and $1.50
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THE CONFECTIONERY
116 SoutI Main Street

Piano
Voice
Violin
Orga
Theory, and
All Branches of Music

Are taught at the

University School of Music
MAYNARD STREET
War has not advanced our
prices on toilet articles.
Soda Fountain Specialties better
than ever.
Complete line of Students' supplies.

Forces Easterners to Adjust Monocles
and Look Twice at Young
Pastor From West
INVESTIGATES CITY LODGINGS
Michigan is exposing the east, the
old conservative, sophisticated, vir-
tuous, east.
In a recent issue of the Boston
American, an illustrated story, featur-
ed by a cut of Paul B. Blanshard, '14,
appeared giving the adventures of'
Blanshard, who is the assistant pastor
in a large Congregational church in
Boston, while on a trip of investiga-
tion in one of the large Boston muni-
cipal lodging houses. Part of the
story, which ran under the caption,
"Minister Scores City Lodgings," is a
follows:
"The Rev. Beecher Blanchard, as-
sistant pastor of the Maverick Con-
gregational Church in East oston
and a student at the Andover Theo-
logical Seminary, spent last night at
the city-run Wayfarers' Lodge on
Hawkins street, just to find out what
the place was like.
"Today, after finishing his 'experi-
ment,' he vigorously denounced the
municipal lodging house for homeless
men as a firetrap and declared that
the ventilation in the dormitories wa
so poor that it left the air absolutely
filthy, and that a man's health was
bound to be impaired by sleeping in
it.
"He charged that in case of fire the
only exit for the men in the dormi-
tories would be a very narrow door.
"'How long would it take in a time
of emergency?' he asks.
"Mr. Blanshard is twenty-two. Dur-
ing the three months he has been
with the Maverick Church he has
been in charge of the church men's
club. He has heard many stories of
the Hawkins street institution, and
these made him decide to investigate
for himself.
"So last night, in his search of first
hand information, he dressed up as
q homeless man and went to the lodge.
"This is the story he told today of
his experience:
"'With a companion, I visited the
Wayfarers' Lodge. I said that I had
lost my position on account of the
general business depression.
"'I was given a check and told to
go downstairs into the basement.
Here they asked me to strip and 1
was given a bath. The attendant
told the men who were there to scrub
their feet carefully and be sure that
they washed them clean.
"'All my clothes with the exception
of my cap and boots were then sent
to the fumigating room. I was given
a night shirt and told to go to the
sleeping rwjms on the third floor.
The size of tr.s room was about
25 by 4 feet. About 61 men were in bed
here. The beds were ao close together
that if a mae turned over he would
roll on the next bed,
"'The only ventilation came from a
small opening in one of the eight
windows in the room. Hundreds of
pilow slips were drying in this room.
They were hanging everywhere over
the headt of the men.'"
Blanshard, wyho is considered the
best debater that Iklchigan has ever
produced, and who was v9tpr in prac-
tically 44j 1f the forensic contets in
which he appeyred while in college,
was president of the university Y. M.
C. A. last year. While At Michigan
he decided to enter the profv-ssion of
the Christian ministry, and last fall,
he entered the A1dver Theological
seminary, a department of Harvard
college, in puri3nance of that object.
ince coming in contt with the work-
ing classes of Boston, however, he has

decided to leave the seminary and for
the present devote all of his time tor
doing social work among the poorer
element of Besv~T.

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THE DELTA

BIJCU T,..'A RE
.house of lits
Daniel Frohmnan presented Laura
Sawyer in, "A Daughter of the
Hills." P'roduced by Fazouts
Players Film Co.
J. arren Keian in, "The
Man Fronm Nowhere."

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THE MESSRS. SHUBERT PRESENT
THE GREATEST PERMANENT SUCCESS IN
Maeterlinck's World-Famed Fairy Fantasy
The Wonderful Drama Spectacle and Wonderful Company
Which Has Delighted Everybody from Coast to Coast.
DRAMA ORIGINAL $150,000 PRO- 100 PLAYERS I
COMEDY-HUCTION AND CAST OF
NOTE-THE RE NEVER HAS, BUUN A NO. 2 COMPANY

Corner Slate

and Packard

EXTENSIVE PLANS MAPPED OUT
FOR NEXT SPRING'S REGATTACON
Make Overtures to Musical Clubs,
Varsity Band and Mimes
for Aid COMMENOSSINGER
Plans for the Boat club regatta, to Professor Kelsey Speaks of Forceful
be given on the river above Barton Personality of David
dam sometime in May, are being map- Bispham
ped out on a large scale. Westcott T. FEATURE OPERATIC SELECTIONS
Smith, '15E, general chairman of the
regatta, is preparing elaborate fea-; Conforming to the general tone of
tures for the event, the recommendations for David Bis-
The parade of societies at night will pham which have been coming into the
be emphasized more than last year, Y. W. C. A. office, since the announce-
and the service of bands and orches-
tras will be more extensive. Cooper- ment of the concert to be given at the
ation is to be solicited from the music- Thigh school auditorium at 8:00 o'clock
al clubs, the Varsity band, the Mimes, on the evening of January 30, Prof. F.
and other university organizations. W. Kelsey, president of the Choral
The Detroit Boat club has offered to Union society, has come forward with

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l uf ELES AtC Ii
C SCHl d EYFRIE W
H W URE R S E HO
N E
Exchange, With Expenses Paid Out of
Pockets of 11. Welch, (awes
Free Service
FA(CUlT (' iNMENNDS PROJECT
Michigan's long heralded students'
book exchange wi become a reality
in McMillan ball. All the plans have
been finally perfeced, and the equip-
ment installed. A committee will be
on hand to take care of all students
who care to avail theselves of the
benefits of the exchange.
While no one connected with the
operation of the exchange will receive
any profit from the transactions en-
tered into, much preliminary expense
has resulted from the premier instal-
lation of the necessary equipment for
the carrying on of business. All or
this expense, however, has been met
by the organizer of the plan, M. W.
Weleb, '17, and a committee of stu-
dents who are to cooperate with him
in the aeual operation of the ex-
change.
The plan which is to be followed in
the handling of books is as follows:
All students are to be requested to
bring textbooks of any nature to the
exchange office at McMillan hall.
There, the books will be graded by the
official in charge as to condition, all
books of the first grade being listed
at a price equal to two-thirds of their
original value. Those books which are
of a medium grade will be listed at
one-half of their original value, and
those which are in a rather poor con-
dition will be marked at one-third of
their original selling price. After the
book has been graded by the official
in charge, the student bringing in the
book will be given a slip on which
there is a certain number, and after
an envelope with a corresponding
umber has been put inside the book,
the book will be placed on a shelf,
which will be open to the general in-
spection of the students. Any man
coming in fvr a book will be allowed
to pick the one which he wants from
this open shelf, a ijg, upon paying the
official in charge the 0n(ount anrked
inside the book, the money will be
placed in the envelope which the book
contained, and this envelope then filed
to await its claim by the student hold-
ing the rib. of corresponding num-
ber. Thus the tystem of boo keep-
ing is entirely done awy t. y
The plan, which is a comparatively}
new oae has been warmly commend-
ed by a number of the officials of the
university, but succes of the project
will depend entirely on whether or
not it receives the support of the
general student body.

Y[EARS
MUSIC
DANCES

RIFLl CLUB STGIES
PRIMARYCONTEST,
Tan of 10 Men Selected Yesterday
Aftr initial Intercollegiate
Shoot Fest

SELECT 8 MEN FOR
Teams of Orators to Oppose Illinois
and Wisconsin on
Mar6 26

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PICK PERMANENT OFFICERS I MEDALS AND $50 PRIZES GIVEN

Shooting their first match in inter-
collegiate competition yesterday af-
ternoon the Michigan Rifle club made
a score of 851 for the five high men,
and an average of 170.5 per man, in
the Ann Arbor armory, shooting for
record against the University of Wash-
ington.
Only the five high scores are counted
in the official recording of team scores,
but 10 men are picked to shoot on the,
team. The names of the 10 men and

their scores follow:
Name Stdg,
L. C. Wilcoxen, ....91
J. D. Steere, ........79
J. . Moser,'...'....73
A. C. Simons,......74
\-. J. Schoepfle, ...80
1. 11. Clark,........77
J. E. Snider, .......77
M. B. Cutting,.....76
F. W. Wood,......71
It. S. Anderson,...63
In addition to the 10 m

SUNDAY at E D VED AND 3PRICES
3 P. M. IUI flNI I L. BAND of 50 s:
Popular and Classical Music - - Miss HELEN JEFFRIES. Soloist
WEEK FEB 1 A HEART DOCUMENT
WITH A LAUGHTER PUNCH
WILLIAM A. BRADY, Ltd., Presents
The Healthy Human Play of Love, Laughter, Tears and Humor
THE T HINGS THAT COUNT

Freshman
ALSO
CANDIES
Sophomore

College Teachecs Many Things
But the Best Is
the Lunches
AT "POP BANCROFT'S" 722 Monroe

ALSO
CICARS
Senior

Final selection of the men compos-
ing the two Mid-West debating teams
vas made last night. Those chosen
are: affirmative, R. R. Fellers, '15, H.
M. Karr, grad., Jacob Levin, '17L, V.
H. Sugar, '16; negative, G. C. Claasen,
'15L, B. F. Gates, '15, W. J. Goodwin,
'16L, S. J. Rosenstein, '15L.
The affirmative team will oppose Ill-
inois in Ann Arbor on March 26, while
the negative team debates against Wis-
consin at Madison on the same date.
The question for the debate is: Re-
solved, that in anti-trust legislation,
labor unions should be exempt from
construction as combinations in re-
straint of trade.
The medals to be preseited to the
members of the teams are npw being
made by a Detroit jewelry firm, Each
debater will also receive $50 under the
agreement which insures the donation
of that amount to the debaters for the
next 10 years at least, by the Gray
estate of Detroit.

Prone
91
91
97
95
86
89
89
87
89
96
en who

Total
182
170
170
169
166
166
166
163
160
159
shot,
J. P.

two alternates were selected,

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put on races during the afternoon of
the regatta. This offer may result in
races between two or more Detroit
crews, or races with the proposed in-
terclass crews on which Intramural
Director Rowe is now working. Prizes
will be awarded for numerous swim-
ming contests, and it is expected that
the university health service will give
demonstrations of resuscitation on the
docks. Plans for extensive and prac-
ticable transportation are also being
perfected.
Physician Lectures to Michigan Dames.
Michigan Dames (association of stu-
dents wives) will meet at 7:45 o'clock"
tomorrow evening in Newberry Hall.
Dr. F. M. Loomis will deliver the first
of a series of lectures on, "Household
Nursing," which will be given every
Monday night until the course is com-
pleted.3

a statement concerning the 'Greatest
American Baritone." "David Bispham
is a singer whose interpretations are,
sustained by a refined and forceful
personality. No artist in his field has
afforded pleasure and inspiration to
greater numbers. He should receive a
cordial welcome in Ann Arbor," were
the words used by Professor Kelsey.
As the seats for the concert are not.
reserved, the doors of the auditorium
will be thrown open at 7:00 o'clock.
One of the features of the program,
will be a group of operaticselections,
which will include the intensely dra-
matic "Prologue" from Pagliace, the
"Evening Star" from Tannhauser and
the mirth provoking "Page Song" from
Falstaff. Kipling's "Danny Deever"
and Longfellow's "King Robert of Sic-
ily" will be recited to music.
Tickets for the performance, sell-
hig at 75 cents, are to be obtained at
the desk of the Union, Wahr's book
store, the university Y. W. C. A. and
Y. M. C. A., Schaeberle's music store
and the University Music house.
Law Graduate Succumbs to Operation.
I. C. Jennings, "86L, formerly of
Escanaba, Michigan, died in Chicago
on January 16, following an opera-
tion.

Thompson, '18, and W. W. Larsh, '16E,
being the second string men on the
team.
Plans for the work of the second
semester are being formulated, and a
meeting has been arranged to elect
the permanent officers for the organi-
zation, the time having been selected
as the first Friday of the second sem-
ester.
Enthusiasm will be kept up during
examinations by the daily use of the
Ferry field range, with a different man
in charge for each day. The first Sat-
urday of the two veeks of examina-
tions, will be the date for the match
with Arizona and the second Saturday
is the day on which the Kansas match
will be shot.
"Flunkers' number" is the latest is-
sue of the Ohio State Sun Dial. The
sale reached 1,000 on the first day of
it appearance on the campus.
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In 40 years of intercollegiate foot-
ball, but seven different teams have
humbied Yale's varsity eleven, accord-
ing to statistics compiled recently. The
Harvard and Princeton victories over
the Blue number but 17.

DENTAL PEDAGOGUES,
ASSEMBLE TUESDAY
(Contined from Page 1.)
the University of Illinois. A general
discussion will follow both of these
papers.
Wednesday morning there will be a
symposium on "Prosthetic Dentistry,"
by Dr. Herbert Wheeler, New York;
"Co-operative Dentistry," by Dr. A. H.
Hipple, Creighton University, and
"Crown and Bridge Work," by Dr. A.
J. Bush, Ohio State University.
In the afternoon, the guests will be
conducted through the dental depart-
ment of the university, and later taken
to Hill auditorium, where a musical
program will be offered. 'In the even-
ing the visitors will be banpueted by
the university at the Union.
Thursday morning's program will in-
clude a paper on, "Ural Hygiene and
the Dental Curriculum," Jy Dean N. .
Hoff of the dental department, a gel.-
eral discussion of t'he subject, acid
committee reports on oue of the pa-
pers.
"A Report of toe Commission on Op-
erative Technic," by Dr. E. D. Cool-
ridge, University of Illinois, a general
discussion, and numerous other re-
ports on Thursday afternoon, will
close the session.
An exhibit of students' work from
the different colleges of dentistry reps
resented at the convention will be one
of the features of the meeting,

10e rent* a kodak today, Lyudent

Daily to Suspend Issue Until Feb. 9
Today's issue of The Michigan Daily
is the last before the exam period.
Publication will resume with the issue
of Tuesday, February. 9. A special
edition will be put out on the occasion
>f the Junior hop, which number will
be placed on sale Saturday morning, I
February 6.

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