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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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We Can Make a
Dress Suit

Colleg Daysare the best days of one's
College Das ,4 "2
whole 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 Flashlights (good
ones) for only 25c each.
Always on the Job
LYNDON
The Original Picture Man

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MONDAY, JANUARY 1OTH
The All'N ew Edition 0ofthe
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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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CITY NEWS

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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
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repaired right.

THE NEW SHOP

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MUSIC WITH YOUR MEALS
AT THE

CRYSTAL RESTAURANT
601 East Liberty
Breakfast 6-10 A. M., IOc, 15c, 20c
Dinner, 11 A.M.-2 P.M., 20c, 25c, 30c, 35c
Supper, 4-8 P. M.. 20c, 25c, 30c, 35c
Lunches and Short Orders at all hours

McIntyre Funeral
Funeral services for the late Wim.
H. McIntyre were held yesterday
morning from St. Thomas Catholic
church, An eloquent sermonkwas de-
livered by Rev. Father Bourke. Sol-
emn high mass was celebrated, Rev.
Father Goldrick officiating. The hon-
orary pall bearers were Thomas!
Horen, W. Walsh, John O'Brien and
George Hangsterfer. The active pall-
bearers were B. F. Schumacher, John
V. Sheehan, Thomas Kearney, Frank
DeVine. John Byron and William
Colin.
Arrest Automobilist
Lawrence White, a youth aged 16,
was arrested yesterday by Sergeant
O'Brien for driving a car on the side-
walk.
The police department was notified
that an unknown person was driving
a machine on the sidewalk of east
Kingsley street toward Main, but
Sergeant O'Brien had the young man
in tow before the other officer ar-
rived. At the policehstation it de-
veloped that the boy was a figure in
a collision with a farmer's rig a few
days ago. He was -taken before jus-
tice of the peace John D. Thomas, who
fined him $10 and costs.
Funds for McKinnon
Funds for "Big Bill' McKinnon, who
lost both arms in a corn sheller near
Ypsilanti a few weeks ago, are rap-
idly approaching the one thousand
mark. 'He is still cogfined to his bed
at the hospital, but is gaining rapidly
in strength. He is jovial and good
natured, notwithstanding his misfor-
tune, and the people and business
men of the city are completing a fat
purse, which will be ready for him to
assist paying for his medical services
as soon as he gets out.
Contributions are coming in from all
parts of the state and the fund will
be held open for a week or two longer.
Illustrated Lecture
An illustrated lecture on "Potato
Blight and Its Prevention" will be
given in the city Y. M. C. A. club
rooms on Saturday, January 15, under
the auspices of the Horticultural so-
city, by C. W. Wald of East Lansing.
Mr. Wald is the extension specialist of
the Michigan State Potato Associa-
tion, under the co operation or the
Michigan Agricultural College.
Cut Out Sweets
Thirty juniors of the city Y. M. C. A.
have placed the ban on all kinds of
pastry, sweets and chewing gum.
They have sworn off eating these
things for 30 days, under the direc-
tion of the Boys' Secretary, Bernard
Mason, and are wearing red ribbons
to indicate that they are taking the
test. If enticed to break the test by
companions, they must :immediately
,surrender the ribbon, and begin over
.gain.

Matinees GARRICK Week o
Wednesdaya. 3
and Sat. Jan. 3r
DETROIT
"A PAIR OF
SILK STOCKINGS"
ARCADE
Shows at 3:oo, 6:30, 8:oo, 9:30
Saturday, Jan. 8-Irene Fenwick in
"The Green Cloak," an exceptionally
good Kleine production. Also Part
Nine of "The Trip Around the
WVorld" series.
Monday, Jan. io - Emmy Wehlen in
"When a Woman Loves." Metro.
Tuesday, Jan. i--Lenore Ulrich in "The
Better Woman." Fquitable

MAY
ROBSON
HERSELF
The Funniest Woman on the Stage, in
a Special. Production of Her
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 Miss Rob-
son and Ladies of the company.
Prices: Night, 50c to $1.50

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IMichigan Pins
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Spoons
Pendants Novelties
Lockets

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Factory Hat Store
118 E. Huron St.

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Parisian Ivory Leather Goods Silverware
Gold Pocket Knives Chains Pencils

40 1-2 PEOPLE
The Prettiest and Lielest and
Best Drilled Singiig and Danc-
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SURVIVOR RELATES
TRAGIC EXPERIENCE
(Continued from Page One)
his feet and splashing about, it seemed
as if in a final effort. I think he was
trying to swim. Then I looked again
and I could not see him.
Policeman No. 6 Rescues Young.
"I clung to the blank. Meanwhile
a crowd of people and several ma-
chines had collected on the boulevard
side of the river. Then a policeman,
whose number I afterward learned was
'6', jumped into the boat and finally
got out to me. He threw a rope to me,
but I was so weak I could not fasten
it to my body nor could I hold it with
my hands. Somehow I managed to
get it in my mouth and grasped it
between my teeth. Then he dragged
me into the boat. That was several
minutes after 'Barley' had gone under.
I don't believe I could have possibly
held on to the plank much longer.
"They brought me to a factory,
somewhere, and took my clothes off
and brought me around. I asked them
to get my doctor. Dr. MacKenzie, but
he wasn't in. Then they brought me
up to the house. Dr. Cummings gave
me a lot of stimulants."
It took 30 minutes to revive Young
in the Economy Bailer company build-
ing, where he was carried in a semi-
conscious state. He was then hur-
ried to the Phi Alpha Delta house,

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where he lives. In the meanwhile Dr.
H. H. Cummings had been sent for and
was waiting at the house with hot
stimulants, which were hastily admin-
istered. It is believed that Young will
not suffer any serious effects as he
is possessed of a remarkably strong
constitution. He was resting comfort-
ably last night when interviewed, and
portrayed the tragedy in all its som-
bre horror.
Young was president of last year's
C. C. C. team, and was on the Varsity
track squad in 1911-12 and 1912-13.
He lives in Laporte, Ind.
Korn was a member of Woolsack
junior law honorary society. His home
was in Glenwood Springs, Colo. Both
his parents are living.
Both Young and Korn were excel-
lent skaters. Korn had been skating
on the river yesterday afternoon.
ITALIAN STEAMER SENT TO
BOTTO$I"BY MINE EXPLOSION
Paris, Jan. 7.-The Montenegrin
consulate here issued a statement to-
day announcing that an Italian
steamer from Brindisi with 425 Mon-
tenegrin recruits from the United
States aboard and carrying several
hundred tons of food stuffs struck a
mine yesterday near San Ciopanni
Dimedua on the Albanian coast and
sunk. Two hundred persons were
lost.

VOCAUlJONAL MEET WILL
SHOW NEW WOMEN'S FIELDS
(Continued from Page Four)
talk informally at a social affair to be
given in honor of the visiting speakers
in Newberry' residence hall. This af-
fair, as well as all the sessions of the
conference, will be open to all who
wish to attend . The convention will
end with a luncheon in Barbour gym-
nasium Saturday noon. Judith Gins-
burg, chairman of the conference last
year will preside. The speakers will
be Jesse Davis, of the National Voca-
tional Guidance Association; Ira
Jayne, Commissioner of Recreation in
Detroit; Dean J. 0. Schlotterbeck, of
the Dental College, and Prof. James
Glover of the mathematics department.
Miss Marjorie Delaven, '15, is general
chairman of the conference. Assist-
ing her are: Dr. Elsie Pratt, Dean
Myra B. Jordan, Mrs. William D. Hen-
derson, Golda Ginsberg, '17, Ruth Hut-
zel, '16, Aris Van Duesen, '16, Elsie
Paul, '17, Josephine Randall, '17, La-
vinia McBride, '17, Helen Humphries,
'16, and Linda Eberbach, '18.
Following is the complete program
of the conference:
Thursday, January 13, at 4 p. m.:
"Dentistry as a Vocation for Women"
--Gillette Hayden, D. D. S.
"Pharmaceutical Chemistry" - Mrs
Gary Wallace.1
Thursday, January 13, at 8 p. m.
"General Survey of Opportunities for
Women"-Miss Mary Snow.
Friday, January 14, at 4 p. m.
Governor Ferris.7
"Putting Women's Work on a Sound1
Commercial Basis"-Earl Barnes.
Friday, January 14, at 8 p. m.
Social evening at Newberry resi-
dence hall. Informal talk -Miss

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two searching parties thoroughly
combed the river in the vicinity of
the, tragedy. Operations were contin-
ued for an hour without success when
they were postponed until proper
lights and grapling hooks could be
procured.
Later two boats were aided in their
search by torches and automobile
lights from machines drawn up along
the bank. Willing students kept a
big bonfire-supplied With wood. The
search was kept up to a late hour
last night.
Korn's family, which lives at Glen-
wood Springs, Colo., were 'notified by
wire last evening of the tragedy.

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Saturday, January 15, at 10 a. m.
"Medicine as a Vocation for Women"
--Bertha Van Hoosen, M. D.
"Actuarial Work" - Mrs. Francis
Burns.
Saturday, January 15,
Barbour gymnasium, luncheon, 12
o'clock, 50c.
Speakers, .Jesse Davis, Prof. James
Glover, Ira Jayne, Dean J. 0. Schlot-
terbeck.
'TRAGIC DEATH OF JUNIOR LAW
AND NARROW ESCAPE OF FLOYD ,
YOUNG, '16L, SADDEN STUDENTS
(Continued from Page One)
and out of sight. Young was resus-
citated at a nearby factory and re-
moved to his home. He was attended
by Doctor H. H. Cummings of the uni-
versity health service.
Search for Korn
Another boat was procured and

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TURK FORCES INVADE EGYPT
German-Led Troops to Start Soon on
March; 1,000,000 Men .in Field
Berlin, Jan. 7.-Germany will send
no army through the Suez canal, it is
generally believed. Turkish forces,
officered to some extent by Germans
who know Egypt and supplied with
munitions from Berlin will constitute
the force to invade that country.
The Turks now have an army of
more than 1,000,000 men in the field.
Within a short time these will be well
equipped. Germany can now send sup-
plies to Constantinople and Damascus
in a short time.
Fast trains run from Berlin -to Con-
stantinople in 39 hours; before the
war the trip took 59.

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Sunday, Jan. 9, 10:30, "The Titanic"
Sunday, Jan. 16, 10:30, "The Ibernia"
Sunday, Jan. 23, 10:30, "The Eastland"
If you have no other church affiliation please accept this card
as an invitation to these services.

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