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WHITNEY THEATRE THRDCMAY 16
KLAW AND ERLANGER present

Hare the Call

I just received 150 Calendars for 6xio Vertical Picture
Inserts by mistake in shipping, and by an arrangement with
the manufacturer I can close them out at only 33c each-the
regular price is Soc. They are beautiful sepia, separatly boxed, and just
the thing to use with an enlargement, or we have some choice views of the
river and boulevard at only 25c. Don't wait- -they will soon be gone.

This

Fall

HENRY

MILLER

LY ND ON --

AND

We are showing eight Stunning Suitings of the very latest and
most Artistocratic weaves for
Men's Stylish Tailored Clothes
In the Woolen World these are conceded to be the highest
attainment in the wonderful Art of Weaving.
"Give them a ONCE OVER."
DRESSfSUi SHIRTS TO
FOR HIRE ORDER
604 E. Liberty Malcolm Block

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SWAIN
713 East Univ.

Makes Plain and Colored Lantern Slides
from Negatives. Objects or Any Sort of
an dllustvation in Monochrone or Color.
Does Techni al Photographic Work. If
it's a Difficult Job, Ask him about it.

That's What They All Say

RECOMMENDS THAT ASPIRANTS
STRIVE TO IMPROVE IDEALS
(Continued from age F our)
his teachings. He lit the lyric spark
in their spirits.
"The main attention should be at-
tracted to the content cf poetry. Any-
thing that attracts attention to the
form lessens the spirit within it and
lessens its power. The form should
be so simple as to be almost radiant
with the spirit within and not sever-
able from the spirit. The content and
form should be melted together so
that you cannot tell the body from the
soul or the soul from the body; it
should be one beautiful radiation."
Pertaining to the socialistic tend-
ency in his writing, Mr. Markham
said:
"I am simply trying to awaken the
social consciousness of the world to
the fact that there is a people down
in the abyss to whom we have certain
obligations. We are our brothers'
keepers. The present war only ac-
centuates my belief; it shows what
will happen when the idea of brother-
hood is entirely forgotten. The last
great revelation to the human race
will be the vision of the brotherhood
of man. Henry Ford is undoubtedly
sincere in his aims, but he will not
accomplish anything. However, he
will attract attention to existing con-
ditions."
Mr. Markham is a venerable man,
with gray hair and a gray beard and
mustache. He is interesting to con-
erse with, and patient about answer-
ing questions. With him is his secre-
ary, Takeshi Kamo, who is also a
poet, the author of "Creation Dawn.'

GARRICK dStec. 13
and Sat. IUEE EU
DETROIT
'VERY GOOD EDDIE'
A rapid-fire. up-to date Musical Comedy
with sixty players

RUTH

CHATTERTON

in Jean Webster's fascinating comedy

ARCAIDE
Shows at 3, 6:30, 8:oo, and 9:30 P. ..
Thursday, December 16-Emily Stevens
in "The Soul of a Woman." Metro re-
tirn.
Friday, Dec.17-Will am Faversham in
"One Million Dollars.' Metro.
Saturday, December 18-Mrs. Fiske in
Thackeray s "Vanity Fair." Kleine-
Edison.

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DAD DY L ONG L EGS
PRICES: 50 75 = 1.00 = $1.50 - $2.00
Seat Sale Dec. 14-10 A. M. Mail Orders Now.

Take your Shoe Repairing to
VAN if you want them
repaired right.

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THE NEW SHOP

- 1114 S. University Ave,

COMPLETES MANUSCRIPT
PROF. MORI'Z LEVI FINISHES
WORK ON NEW FRENCH TEXT
BOOK(
Prof. Moritz' Levi, of the French
department, has practically complet-
ed the manuscript for the new French
Composition which he contemplates
bringing out during the present acad-
emic year, and all that remains is to
put the' copy in book form.
The aim of Professor Levi's text is
twofold. In the first place, it aims at
acquainting the student with French
life, customs and manners. Secondly,
it introduces numerous French
idioms, which, it is hoped, will aid
the student in appreciating more fully
the language he is attempting to
master.
Questions in French are appended
in order to enable the learner to as-

THEE UNIVERSA L PIPE

It's the "well" in
the Wellington
that keeps the
tobacco dry. And
it's the construc-
tion of the bit that
directs the smoke up-
ward away from the
tongue. For a cool,
dry smoke, buy the
Wellington.

Al Dealers
25c, 35c and up
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I3IERl('A CALLED "FOOL similate thoroughly the French, and
PARADISE I N ITA A RYVpL UFE English passages are based on the
text itself. Numerous foot-notes are
(Continued froin Page Four) provided, for the reason that the stu-
from the United States to the Philip- dent of foreign languages finds it im-
pincs and other places, conclude possible to make a thoroughly idio-
4. The Organized Militia or Na- atatic translation into his native
tional Guard. tongue with the mere use of gram-
"Too much stress cannot be laid on
the following," he says in conclusion: In addition to the features mention-
I The necessity of organizing all ed, there are two vocabularies, Eng-
national forces to be immediately dsh-French and French-English, and
available. ther minor details. The new work
2. Enlargement of West Point to contains all the features of a trip 'to
is Traximum Europe,-starting for the foreign land,
3. Giving young men at military he arrival, on the way to Paris, Pa-
schools training to fit them to become risian houses, museums, cafes, the-
officers. atres, newspapers and points of inter-
4 Extension of Military Instruc- est in the great French center. The
tion Camps. treatment of these things is the re-
5. Registration of nantes and ad- sult of Professor Levi's personal ex-
dresses at the War Department of all periences. This tends to make the
men who have received military ext nmore interesting than it would
training. otherwise be to the ordinary student.
plaed on military aeshouldbeF. F. Kolbe to Study During Vacation
_EATU ____E ___ E NMr. F. F. Kolbe, of the Economics
FEAUREN NIE ' BEF OF TcIIPC separtment, will make an extensive
EN(~NE~lS" RGA. ALPE ~lSstudy of Municipal Accounting during

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HATS HAT
H HA HATE
STYLE ALL THE W1IILE
FACTORY HAT STORE
118 E. Liberty Near Allenel Hotel

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New York

BONWIT TELLER ,CO.
FIFTH AVENeU E AT 3 8" STREET
NEW YORK

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Tomorrow at noon the December
number of the Michigan Technic will
go on sale in the new engineering

Evening ihear for the ' eune lle"
Ivith just enough formality:

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-with a charming dignity, but with no suggestion of
sophistication or maturity.

Luxurious wraps,
fur banded:
Gowns, Scarfs,
Sli'pers and
Vanities:

V
4 '¢
i't l-;..,

Tailleur and
Sports Apparel,
too: Frocks
for afternoon:
"intimate wear"!

building. This issue contains several
noteworthy features, among them be-
ing: "Engineering Ethics and Oppor-
tunities," by J. R. Bibbins; "Qualities
That Make an Executive," by J. H.
Marks, superintendent of the univer-
sity buildings and grounds; "Alfred
Noble," by Gardiner S. Williams;
"Some Neglected Factors in Determin-
ing a Reasonable Rate of Return for
Public Utilities," by Prof. David Fri-
day, of the economics department; and
"The Necessity for Military Prepara-
tion," by F. H. Atlee, '18E.
.11-Fresh Glee Clb Elects President
Paul W. Eaton was elected presi-
dent of the All-Fresh Glee club at
their business meeting. The other of-
ficers are: David R. Wood, student
manager, and Os::ar B. Kaufman, as-
sistant manager. Peter A. Hartes-
veldt, '16L, will lLrect the club.
Folders, Announcements, etc. Try
The Ann Arbor Press. (*)

he Christmas recess.
Mr. Kolbe will probably visit Day-
ton, which, although it has just re-
cently adopted the City Manager form
of municipal government, has one of
'he best accounting systras in vogue
at the present time.
Greater interest is being taken
every year in this comparatively new
study and it is rapidly becoming one
of the most popular courses in the
Economics department.
Sink German Submarine in Black Sea
Paris, Dec. 15.-The Milas Seclo's
correspondent at Athens announces
that a German submarine has been
sunk in the Black Sea near the Bul-
garian fort of Parma and a Turkish
torpedo boat has been destroyed by,
the British in the Sea of Mamora. The
Turkish cruiser Selim, which was for-
merly the German warship Goeben,
was torpedoed but escaped without
serious damage.
Always see The Ann Arbor Press
for your printing if you want quality.
Press Bldg.. Maynard street, Phone
No. 1. (*)

GERMAN ATTACHES GIVEN
SAFE CONDUCT BY ALLIES
Captains von Papen and Boy-Ed Will
Undoubtedly Leave Soon for
Germany
Washington, Dec. 15.-Great Brit-
ain and France today notified the Unit-
ed States that Captains von Papen and
Boy-Ed, the military and naval at-
taches respectively,, of the German
embassy, will be given safe conduct
through the allied lines to Germany.
With this assurance it is understood
that the two attaches whose recall
was demanded by the United States
in consequence of their connection
with pro-German activities in this
country, will leave for Germany De-
cember 28. It is reported that the two
officers have already engaged accom-
modations on the Rotterdam, which
leaves New York on that date.
On board this same vesseldwill bei
Brand Whitlock, the United Sta' #
ambassador to Belgium, who is re-
turning to his post after a short leavei
of absence.

No Pay for Wright if He Coaches Penn
Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 15.-Bob
Folwell, former Red and Blue star, is
not the only man who may coach the
Pennsylvania athletic teams without
remuneration within the next year, as
George Wright, of the Toronto Argo-
nauts, has been offered the position of
coach of the rowing crews, and
Wright says that he will take no
money for the work if he accepts, as
he wishes to preserve his amateur
standing.
State 'Dept. Caused Cuban Arming
Havana, Dec. 15.-Despite the de-
nial it is known absolutely that the
Cuban state department received more
than a month ago a note from Wash-
ington suggesting that an increase be
made in the armed strength of Cuba,
and that similar notes were sent to'
other Pan-American countries. The
Cuban president approved the sugges-.
tion.
We print Anything, from your Name
on a card, to a Book. The Ann Arbor
Press. (*)

The Bonwit Teller Gift Book is ready. May
we send you these gift-giving suggestions?

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and Saturday Afternoons and Evenings

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