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ENTIRE STOCK OF
$6,000 must be sold in
one week. Nothing re-
served. Everything will
be sold at less than cost.
SALE STARTS
MONDAY MORNING

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THE PALAIS ROYAL 3045 MaSIn S.

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FD R has had 32 years use of this part of a
the building. A -new . generation has a
come intobeing since this part was fi
N built and with it have come new prob- 1
lems. Originally, it was not planned1
to house anq books in this front part,e
but with the changed ideas of instruc-p
roleiueuts Lion and library administration it 'hass
wth been found advisable to line the read-
iig rooms with books, and we nown
have about 25,000 volumes in thisa
inflammable structure.. These books
I F1NAL are reference books, large sets of per-s
INAL '' iodicals and publications of learned
Ssocieties. The cost of replacing these
would be more than the original cost
lilt Stuld of the front part, and many of them
s could not be replaced without years
of watchful waiting, as they rarely
appear on the market in complete
ibrarian sets such as we have now.
filled to l 'Wi llImproVe Work-rooms
for more Apart from giving an enlarged fire-
er admin- proof front to the library, the pro-
series of posed -plan would provide a more
mnal stack logical arrangement of work-rooms
according for the library staff. Today, it is im-
. declared possible to drive up to the library
ime neces- biilding with freight or express, and
university. incoming-freight must be unpacked
urposes uin the bindery. The books are then
rected in carried by hand up one flight of stairs,
has done through the reading and catalog
on. Orig- rooms to the order division where theyt
-fold pur- are checked up with the bills. Then
ery, it has follows a circuitous passage through
a over to various stages of accessioning, clas-t
occupied, sifying, searching, cataloging and
2 volumes. labelling before the books reach the
Ean 350,000 shelves. The available space for this
I of these, work is so crowded that it is im-
housed in possible to have the work done as effi-
ier words, ciently as is desirable. To take just
as many one example: The assistant in charge
y as there of binding is located in the south end
ien it was of the stack, about 200 feet away from
ity author- her chief to whgm she must report
ooks been and from, whom she gets her instruc-
extending tions. There is no space available in
98, and by the regular work-rooms where she,
ry in 1910 and the materials she works with, can
nore book be accommodated.
were done More Quiet Will be Secured

accommodations for graduate students
and research work, before reaching a
inal solution of some of the prob-
ems. The preliminary plans, pre-
pared by Mr. Albert Kahn, have not
enough finality about them to warrant
Iublication at present, and it may be
some time before detail can be given
ouit. Meanwhile, it is hoped that we
may secure the active co-operation
and sympathetic interest for the pro-
ject of all- concerned ii the univer-.
sity's welfare.
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UNION BOAT CLUB COMMENCES
CAMPAfiGN FOR MORE MEMBERS
With the last yellow and blue stakes
driven in the proposed crew course
on Barton pond, the membership cam-
paign plans of the Union Boat club
are rapidly maturing, and will be put
under way in a few days.
John S. Leonard, '16L, third ensign
of the Boat club, who is in charge of
the canvass, is delaying work for a
few days, in order to determine the
eligibility .of chairmen and committee-
men.
Soliciting for members will be car-
ried on by colleges, with a generalj
chairman in charge of the work in
each college. Under each general
chairman will be four chairmen for,
the four classes in each. All chair-
men will be assisted by a committee
of classmates. Membership fees will
be $1.50 for students or faculty men,
while Union members may enroll on
,payment of $1.00.

Non-resident Fees up to Average Mark
Regarding a probable revision of
Michigan's non-resident fees, a report
was made recently to the board of
regents, by Secretary Shirley Smith,
showing that Michigan occupies a
midway position in this matter, as
compared with other institutions of a
like nature.
The deans of the various colleges
have been asked to report to the re-
gents, their views regarding the prob-
able effects

'Safety First' for Engi
More than 250 new
have been recently in
engineering shops to
wooden ones. The cha
in order to comply wit
ments of the fire inspe
R. Walton Hague, '14, A

pointed
Manual
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WHY

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110W (ERMANY MAKES WAIL
Vent. F. Von Bernhardi-

can get a good suit i
that's guaranteed to
faction? Look over the new spr
sell from samples only, thereby s
3 to 5 Dollars on a suit.

(943.08 B 53 R 4)
This work is a brief translation, by,
Mr. Hugh Rees, of the complete work
of Gen. Bernhardi, "On War of To-
day," which recently caused so much
discussion in Europe.-
While the original work was writ-
ten expressly for military experts, the
condensed translation is of general
interest; especially since Gen Bern-
hardi, a retired cavalry officer of the
German army, does not always fol-
low the theories of the German army
The manner of handling the im-
mense armies of the present day, and
the importance of time and distance,-
are the features which appeal most
strongly to the general reader. An
able discussion qf modern arms and
appliances, and the importance of cav-
alry, are also illuminating.
The fundamental theories of at-
tack and defense, the object of war-
fare, a brief consideration of naval
tactics and the prediction of Gen.
Bernhardi, as to the war of the future,
are other topics of particular inter-
est at this time. F. M. C.
Prof. Zowski Addresses Polonia Club
Prof. S. J. Zoyvski, of the engineer-
ing college, will speak at 3:00 o'clock
~Snnday afternoon, at the meeting of
the Polonia club in McMillan hall. J.
Skutecki, '17E, will read a paper on
"The ,Poetical Works of J. Slowacki."
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PRES. HARRY B. HUTCHINS WILL
ATTEND MEDICAL CONFERENCE
President Harry B. Hutchins will
go to Chicago tomorrow to attend the
eleventh annual conference on Med-
ical Education as the delegate of the
National Association of State' Uni-
versities. Dean V. C. Vaughan, Dr.
C. W. Edmunds, secretary of the Med-
ical School, and Regent W. H. Sawyer
will represent the university.
Dean Vaughan will read the report
of the committee on the reorganiza-
tion of clinical teaching, and Prof. C.
W. Hoad, of the sanitary engineering
department, will take part in the dis-
cussion on graduate courses for
specialists in public health work,
from the engineer's- standpoint.
MAR GARET STAHL WILL OFFER
REAIDING FROM "EVERYWOMAN"
Margaret Stahl's reading of "Every-
woman," to be given February 23, in
University Hall,' is the next number
offered on the Oratorical association
lecture course. "Everywoman" has
been called the greatest modern mor-
ality play, and has created intense dis-
cussion in the past few years.
Admission is by season ticket of the
Oratorical association or on payment.
of 50 cents.

ALBERTCANZLE
MERCHANT TAILOR

io8 E. Washington St., on the

Floor.

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Millen's Busy Store, headquar-
ters for Nemo Corsets,.American
Lady, Kabo, and C. B. Corsets.
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men and women-25c per pair.
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rent floors;
ilding they
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in the larger courses in his-
id liteyature. This type of
a striking feature of the new
nt at Harvard, Columbia, and
universities. The idea is to
:e the preparation of regular
from cultural reading or in-
ion. The crowds of under-
a before the delivery desk at
.nning of each hour, all clam-
>r the same book, break into

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g. It will be lined with refer-
books, and will have adjacent
card catalog room in which the
y growing series of catalog cabi-
vill be taken care of. The stu-
-ntering on the ground floor will
two flights of stairs and enter
Aalog room,. where he will get
iformation about the books he
s to consult. There will be an
ant to interpret the catalog to
udents and help with references.
ill take a certain amount of dis-
ice out of the reading room. The
ical room would be provided for
s same level. On an upper mez-
- floor there would be at least a
seminary rooms connected with
pper floor of the stack by a
died entrance.- On this upper
of the stack, there would be
.1 accommodations for graduate
Ats and members of the faculty.
ghout the stack there would be
em of cubicles or tabl s, screen-
by partitions, for the use of
.1 investigators. In this feature;
lan would somewTi t resemble
f th, new Widener library at
rd.
ly Tentatiie Sketches So Far
s far nothing but tentative
ies have been made, and nothing
has been decided upon. It
be necessary to make a more
ed study of the needs of the in-
on, and of the departments of
ction immediatelv interested in

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EXPLANATION-IN THE PALACR OF HELL THE DEVIL converses w:
engaged to be married and the other couple already wedded.
THE DEVIL SENDS THE COUPLES BACK TO EARTH and the nex
Red Room at the LaSalle Hotel, Chicago.
HERE THE SENSATIONAL EPISODES are staged which have created natio:
THERE ARE EIGHT IN THE CAST AND THE SCENERY
HATI KICHI MORTON %
JAP-CONTORTIONIST, THOSE C1

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the DEVIL

HARLAN E. KNICHT & CO.
in "THE CHALK LINE"

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WILLIAM WINTERHOFF
As Mephisto "at The Devil's Ball"

NEW SHOW THURSDAY, SIX (6)
COMING---Monday Feb. 22, GEORGE

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