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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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We Can-Make a
Dress Suit

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are the best days of one's
College D ays twhole life, and Pictures tell
the story like nothing else can. You can take them yourself
with an Eastman Kodak and we'll help you to get good ones-
or I'll take them for you. 8 x io Groups or Flashligh's (good
ones) for only 25c each.

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which will look as if molded on you. It will
be the perfection of fit and fashion, embody-
ing elegance and good taste.
Whether you respond to a toast, or lead
in a German, other men will admire your
suit and some may ask,"Who is your Tailor?"
But allow us time enough to put into your
suit those refinements which are the Hall-
marks of our work.
DRESS SUITS SHIRTS TO
FOR HIRE ORDER

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Always on the Job
LYNDON
The Original Picture Man

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A Fine $2.00 a Day House located on
Electric Line and nine miles from Ann Arbor.
We serve special dinners to small Banquets,
Clubs and Parties. Phone 63
Regular 0c-Meals-Special s1.00

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604 E. Liberty

Malcolm Block

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713 E. Univ. Ave.

Develops Films, Makes Prints and En-
largements, Takes Groups and Views Any-
where Anytime, Home Portraiture a
Specialty. Is an All-around Photographer.

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That's What They All Say

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

THE NEW SHOP

1114 S, University Ave,

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For a true London shape pipe
fitted with sterling silver ring
and solid vulcanite mouth-
piece, get the Stratford.
50c, at all dealers. ;

SEN, GORE WOULD CURTAL
AMERAN OCEAN TIR
Introduees Bills in Senate Limiting
Americans' Privilege to Ride
Belliigerent Vessels
Washington,-Jan. 5.-President
Wilson's efforts to keep the submarine
issue out of the debate in Congress
for the present have failed. Today the
senate plunged into a discussion of
this subject with an abandon that sur-
prised the more conservative mem-
bers and that finally led Senator Stone,
chairman of the foreign relations com-
mittee, to cut off the debate with a
call for an executive session.
The debate in the senate disclosed
a surprisginly strong sentiment in fa-
vor of largely curtailing the right of
American citizens to travel the high
seas on belligerent vessels or on
vessels of any other character which
cary munitions of war. The disclo-
sure of this sentiment was the most
important development in the subma-
rine situation today and is likely to
be reflected in the administration's
handling of the case of the Persia,
which was sunk with United States
Consul McNeely on board.
Bills Aim at American Tr'avellers.
The sentiment in the senate against
American citizens endangering the
peace of the country by travelling on
belligerent merchant ships was further
emphasized by two bills introduced by
Senator Gore of Oklahoma, one of the
Democratic leaders who has been an
unusually strong administration sup-
porter.
One of these bills prevent the issu-
ance of passports to any American citi-
zen except upon his making affidavit
that he will not travel on a billigerent
vessel. The second bill prevents bel-
ligerent ships from entering or clear-
ing ports of the United States if they
transport American citizens as pas-
sengers. This bill also would with-
hold protection from any American
who travelled the high seas without a
passprt obtained in conformity with
the legislation proposed.
Sudents Write Musical Comedy
Walter A. Erley, '15Grad, is the au-
thor of the lines and lyrics and Rob-
ert H. Erley, '18E, composed the music
of a musical comedy entitled "Alad-
din." The play is an Arabian fan-
tasy, and will be produced as the
major part of a vaudeville at the
Detroit Eastern High School next Fri-
day and Saturday, January 7 and 8.
The production is in the hands of
the affiliated school societies and the
proceeds are going to the scholarship
fund. There are at present several
Eastern High students attending the
University of Michigan who are re-
ceiving the benefits of this fund.
Near-Tragedy Closes St. Peter's.
Rome, Jan. 5.-The Basilica in St.
Peter's was closed today because a
young man named Antonio Giovannolo
attempted to kill himself in the sacred
edifice.' Giovannolo shot himself with
a revolver. The wound was slight,
but as blood had been spilt the Ba-
silica was closed in accordance with
the rule of the church, and will not
be opened until it has been reconse-r
crated, which probably will be today.

Matinees ('Afl n mu Week Of
Wednesday II f I1.1 Jn 3r
and Sat
4 DETROIT
"A PAIR OF
SILK STOCKINGS"
ARC ADE
Shows at 3:0o, 6:30, 8:00, 9:30
ThursdayIJan.6--'he Song of the
wage Slave." A Metro Feature
with Hdrund 1rcese. Return date.
Friday, Jan 7- "Rosemary. An es-
pecilly fine Metro Featuee with
\airguerite Snow and Paul ilmore.
Sa turday, Jan. u S Irene Fenwick in
Ih e tn > -,'a exeetiunil
gouod Kle1ine pr oductioni..:also fart
Nine of "The Trip Around the
World" series.
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Factory Hat Store
118 E. Huron St.

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BONWIT TELLERCO.'
FIFTH AVENLUEr AT 38T" STREET
NEW YORK
The Esprit of College

"Coutouriers aux Jeunes Filles."

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-of crisp mornings on the cam-
pus--the gay camaraderie of the
greetings tossed over scarf-drap-
ed shoulder --- the "esprit de
jeunesse" ; - this the (listinCtive
note in the origination, of these
celebrated

Sports 1I Fear, Go "lls, / a llC'(1- r LUder'arieii, IHats, Boots and
'Icessorics--Ol1 partake of this& (sih~rt.

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"Hand Made"
7 pipes are with-
out peer for
$1.00

WILLIAM DEMUTH & CO.

New York

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Wabash River on Rampage.
Lafayette, Ind., Jan. 4.-The Wabah
river is still rising and the danger is
still growing. The water is four feat
deep on the tracks of the traction lire
running to the state soldiers' homo.
The baseball park is four feet undcr
water and the residents of Conner.-,
ville have moved out of their homes,
the water having reached the second
story.
Relief Ship Strikes Mine; Crew Leave
London, Jan. 5.-The Dutch steam-
ship Leto, chartered by the America:
Commission for Belgian Relief, struclc
a mine yesterday and has been abar-
doned by her crew. The ship is still
afloat and tugs are looking for her to
bring her to port, according to a dis-

CHAPERONES FOR

TECHNIC NEEDS WRITERS
The Michigan Technic has some good
openings for underclassmen who are
interested in either the editorial or
business side of magazine work. The
new system of crediting staff tryouts
went into effect yesterday. This sys-
tem gives every man a certain num-
ber of points for the work done and
the six with the highest points before
each issue receive an assistantship
for that issue. Anyone receiving
three successive assistantships is
placed in line for a staff position and
is awarded a lob for his services.
Interested men may call at the Engi-
neering Society rooms next Friday
afternoon between 3:00 and 5:30
o'clock for information. Any new try-
outs are invited to attend the staff
smoker on Tuesday night, January 11,
in the Engineering Society rooms.
Junior Engineers Hold First Dinner.
The first Junior Engineer dinner of
the year will be held at the Union
next Friday at 6:15 o'clock.
Prof. John R. Allen of the Mechan-
ical Engineering department will
speak. Dean Cooley may also be on
the program and the class orchestra
and glee club will help to entertain
the diners.
GERMANS SHIP SUBMARINE IN
SECTIONS, OVER SMYRNA ROAD
Paris, Jan. 5.-A large German sub-
marine has been conveyed in sections
by the Smyrna railroad to Aidin and
thence taken to Budrum bay, in the
eastern Mediterranean, according to
a Mytilene dispatch, says L'Oeuvre's
Athens correspondent. The dispatch
adds that 20 German and Austrian
bluejackets, in command of a lieuten-
ant, are putting the submarine togeth-
er.
A Berat, Albania, telegram says the
same correspondent, states that 30,000
Bulgarians, after occupying Elsassan,
from which place the Serbs retired,
taking everything of military value
with them, have reached Luma, 12
miles from Tirana. The dispatch adds
that shots wEre exchanged Saturday
between the extreme outposts of the
Italian garrison at Durazzo (on the
Adriatic sea) and Albanian irregulars
commanded by Bulgarian non-com-
missioned officers.
Budrum bay is in southern Asia
Minor, in the Gulf of Kos.
You will get quality and moderate
prices on your printing jobs, at The
Ann-Arbor Press. (*)

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State Street Jewelers

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FRESHMAN ENGINEER DANCE
Dr. and Mrs. Moriarty and Prof.
and Mrs. Marckwardt will be chap-
erones at the freshman engineer dance
next Friday night, January 7, at
Granger's. Tickets may be obtained
any time in the Engineering Society
rooms.
Cadillac Co. Barred Use of Invention.
Grand Rapids, Mich., Jan. 8.-Cadil-
lac Motor Car Co., of Detroit,.has been
permanently enjoined from using the
invention of Walter S. Austin, in a
final decree signed by Judge Sessions
in federal court here.

Rings
Michigan Rins
Fobs

W h itne yTh eatre,
SATURDAY NIGHT, JAN 8th
HE INTERNATIONAL COMEDIENNE
MAY
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HERSELF
The Funniest Woman on the Stage, in
a Special Production of iler
Great Success
"T h e Rejuvenation
of Aunt Mary"
A Comedy of Today
Entire Scenic and Electric Production
Carried Complete
Stunning Gowns, Up-to-the-Minute in
Dress-building Art, Worn by M.iss Rob-
son'and Ladies of the Company.
Prices: Night.5Oc1o $1.50

Spoons
Pendants Novelties
Lockets

Parisian Ivory Leather Goods Silverware

Gold Pocket Knives

Chains

Pencils

FINE WATCH AND
JEWELRY REPAIRINC

WHI TNEYIFriday
TH EAT R E Jan, 7th
Official Reports of
THE WAR
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Dance and Banquet Programs-At-I Good Printing-The Ann Arbor Press.

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NAJESTIC Mats. Tues. - Wed. - Fri. - Sat.
Nights: 7:30 and 9 Sundays 1:30-3-7-8:30
1916 IS HERE~ With it, Mr. Patron, will come a new crop of vaudeville mate-
A GOOD WAY TO S6 ' 8 I rial, and it is better and higher class than ever before.. At the A FITTING WAY
WEAR AWAY Majestic you. wi? be introduced to the best known people on the stage. Every pro- TOT START YOUR
THAT HOMESICK duction will be :taged as elaboratelyas it is possible to do. New York's vaudeville, F TURN TO
FEELING no matter what The price, will be no better than that which'we will offer you here. SCHOOL
Look overthis grogram-it is composed of the best there is to offer, and will please
the most discrm Bnating theatre-goer.
A BIG ALL-STAR BILL WITH TWO HEAD LINERS

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Former Office Boy
GRAND RAPIDS,

Heads Company
Mich., Jan. 5.-

Charles A. Plovd, 30 years old, who,
1 rv;. ago, was an office boy of the
Folland interurban electric line, has
been made general manager.

Mecosta County Votes on Local Option
BIG RAPIDS, Mich., Jan. 5.-Peti-
tions of the wet forces to have the
local option question submitted to the
voters at the spring election were
granted Tuesday.

"THE SUFFRAGETTES"
A SNAPPY MUSICAL COMEDY WITH A COMPANY OF
xo GIRLS PREDOMINATING
CROSS and DORIS
SINGING, DANCING AND A LITTLE TALK
THE GREAT DE LASSIO
EUROPEAN NOVELTY MYSTERY
GET SEATS IN ADVANCE-SURE

GORDON ELDRID & CO.

PRESENTING THE LAUGHING NOVELTY,
"WON BY A LEG"
SENATOR FRANCIS MURPHY
"CHAIRMAN OF THE COMMITTEE"
JUST FOR SUNDAY
NANCE O'NEIL
IN "A WOMAN'S PAST"

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