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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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College Days are the best days of one's
C oiege ay s 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 ITil take them for you. 8 x o Groups or Flashlights (good
ones) for only 25c each.
Always on the Job
LYNDON
The Original Picture Man

Whitney TheatreFDan 14

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PRESENT
The Distinguished Actor

Though Hodishly slim its lines.
are natural an d easy, gibing
Our price sakes you one dollar

Ford

Peace Party

plenty of toe room

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SWAIN
713 E. Univ. Ave.

Has on Sale in sizes from a Post Card
to 8x to, the finest Collection of Views
ever taken of Ann Arbor and the Picture-
sque Huron Valley. Hand-colored Prints
and enlargements made to order. Drop in and
see his work.

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Popular Mat.
Wed. Best
Seats $.oo-.

GARRICK
DETROIT'

WeekJan. to
Nights 25c to $2.
Sat. Mat. 25c-1.S0

The Season's

1 IRTH A mim 31" V E N T

Nev York Editor Deserts "Expedition
and leported to Have Gone
to Berlin
Copenhagen, Jan. 8.-S. S. McClure,
the New York editor, has deserted the
Ford Peace party. McClure disap-
I reared from the party a few hours be-
fore the expedition left for The Hague.
He is reported to have gone to Ber-
Mr. McClure has expressed dissatis-
faction with the plans of the peace
party ever since the preparedness
ouestion was raised on board the liner
Oscar II by Henry Ford. Mr. McClure
believes in preparedness evidently.
The lieutenants who Mr. Ford left
in charge of the party are satisfied
with the results the plan is getting.
They report more interest is being
aroused in the project every day.
Many of the prominent peace ad-
vocates of Denmark saw the party off
today for The Hague. The start was
made in a heavy rain, and the party
expects to arrive at The Hague early
Sunday morning.
PLANS COMPLETED FOR BIG
VARSITY TRACK MEETING
(Continued from page One)
track work, an especially large num-
ber or them will be present.
At the meeting last year, over twice
as many men were present as any year
previously. Those in charge hope that
this year will see even more than last
year, as the number of candidates out
for this branch of sport never has been
as large as the coaches have hoped
for.
Active work for the candidates com-
mences tomorrow afternoon when the
first call should be answered, and
everything is in readiness for the re-
ception of the men.
MICIIIGANENSIAN TO BE
PLACEDI UPON REGULAR
SUBSCRIPTION BASIS

ARCADE
Shows at 3:oo, 6:30, 8:oo, 9:30
Mouday, Jan. io - E mnimv Weilen in
"When a Woman Loves." Metro.
Tuesday, Jan. ii-Lenore Ulrich in "The
Better Woman." Equitable.
Wei. Jan. 12--Mle. Iiane and Charles
Trowbridge in "The Siren's Son;."
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ADDITIONAL THEATRE NEWS
At the Whitney
From his extended engagement at
the Blackstone theatre, Chicago,
George Arliss comes with his new
Knobaluch comedy "Paganini," which
has been described as better than
"Disraeli." Mr. Arliss has attained a
popularity that makes his visit at any
time a worthy theatrical event. The
distinguished actor's art in his por-
trayal of the role of the eccentric
Paganini is described as no less subtle
and finished than was his impersona-
tion of the great Victorian statesman
Disraeli. A notable company will be
seen in Mr. Arliss' support at the
Whitney theatre on Friday, January 14.

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"PAGANINI"
The New Comedy Success
By the Author of "Marie-Odile" and "Kismet"

Orders by Mail Received Now
Seat Sale Wednesday Prices 50c to $2.00
GYMNASIUM SHOES
FOR, MEN AND WOMEN-RUBBER OR LEATHER SOLES
Prices-70c to $1.90 per pair

And Complete Chicago Cast in

Just received a New Basket Ball Shoe for
ONLY $3.00 PER PAIR-HEAVY SUCTION RUBBER SOLE

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"The Laugh enius"
who has been awarded the Cross of Gold-
en Laughter for taking Major General Ignatz
Blues a prisoner with a sixty Centimeter
laugh howitzer, a new comedy-
33 Wash ingonSquare
SA AS ThVRSDAY
Week Jarl. 10 Mek1 Ojrdjra Now
H. H. FRAZEE PRESENTS THE FUNNIEST FARCE IN THE WORLD
A PAIR OF SIXES "4
BY EDWARD PEPLE

A1M1ENI\N STITI)ENT GETS
LETTER TELLING STORY
OF TURKISH iNVAS If

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(Continued from Page Four)
"The rest of the story is known to
you. This handful of brave men,
armed with not more than 300 old-
fashioned rifles and martinlis, re-
sisted the Turkish regular army of
thousands of soldiers armed with mod-
ern rifles and many cannon, for a
whole month, until with the approach
of the Russian army the Turkish
army retreated and we were saved-
free from Turkish misrule for the first
time in 600 years."
H-e then goes on to tell how the
vicissitudes of war two months later
forced the Russian army to retreat.
This made it necessary for all the
Armenians of the ~region, numbering

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EVERY AFTERNOON
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A Fine $2.00 a Day House located on
Electric Line and nine miles from Ann Arbor.
We serve spe6ial dinners to small Banquets,
Clubs and Parties. Phone 63
Regular 50e- Meals-Special $1.00
CARLe
PHOTOS OF MUSK OX ASKED FOR t}Ox which caime into the possession of
BY CARNEGIE INSTITUTE HEAD. the University some months ago. In
his lettic Dr. I{ay states that the
The geology department has re- spccimen is without doubt the finest
ceived a request from Dr. 0. P. Hay in existence.
of the Carnegie Institution in Wash- ---- --
ington for a special photograph of the Shirts made to order.--G. 11. Wilu
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(Continued from Page One)
cents is made and one is assured of a
copy of the book.
By an agreement with the publisher
of the Michiganensian extra copies of
the book can be ordered up until the
12th of January and no extra copies
can be ordered after that. This means
that if more than 1,000 copies are
subscribed for that all above that num-
ber can be ordered before that date.
The Michiganensian this year contains
more features than ever before and
while retaining all of its significance
as a record book for the seniors of
the university, has enlarged to include
all undergraduate activities as well as
many of the activities of the graduate
school and the school of music.

about 200,000, to leave their homes and
flee into the Caucasus, where they are
now helpless, hopeless, and without
shelter, food and sanitary conditions.
Dysentery and typhoid are now ravag-
ing their numbers, and unless rigorous
measures are taken "cholera may at
any time join hands with her deadly
sister Typhoid, and finish the work of
the Turkish plague."
The proceeds of the concert to be
staged by the Armenian Students'
Club in Hill auditorim on February
IS willbe sent to the relief of the
refugees in Russia.

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SUNDAY EVENING LUNCHEONS
50c

Senior -s

BLANSHARD WRITES ON
CONDITIONS AT BUSRAH
MISSION IN ARABIA
(Continued from Page Four)
Considerable attention is given in
the letter to describing the service
that the Y. M. C. A. is able to render
the soldiers, especially in the way of

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with INES ICKE LS
as soon as possible for the
MICHIGANENSIAN PICTURE
(You'll have to doit eventually; why not now?)
334-336 So. STATE ST., ANN ARBOR
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Turks Will Issue More Paper Money
Rome, Jan. 8:-A despatch from
Constantinople says that the Turkish
parliament has authorized the issue of
$30,000,000 in paper money. This is
intended to replace metal currency,
which the despatch says has been sent
secretly to Germany.,

and when he left prison he decided
to devote himself to propaganda work
for the cause he had adopted as hie
own.

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NIGHTS: 7:30 and 9 SUNDAYS: 1:30-3-7-8:30

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furnishing amusements and social fa-
cilities with "their graphaphones and
writing tables, and their special 'bar'
which serves lemonade, ginger ale
and tea. Unless such an organization
affords these opportunities the sol-
diers are left without anything of the
sort."
The letter closes with an amusing
account of the costumes of the native
Arabs to be seen all 'about the city--
which are "just like youtread about
in the books,, with large squares of
highly colored cloth about their head.
The women go veiled in black from
head to feet, which is the reversal of
the occidental custom."

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ICIHIGAN LEADS IN CONGRESS
rvard Second and Yale Third with
16 Representatives

8Be~jirilriM, orvdayNMiht
"" The Ilotass With Mver-y Seat The Best "

There is nothing more satisfying in amu ements than gd vaudeville. It has a
fascination for even the most critical individual 1 .vi Th 'e snappiness and excite-
ment, the noveltyand surprises, the ability andLent, r eait of entertainers ofiall
t es, from all corners of the globe and the very p-to-the swond ntvacre of vaLde-
yule, every week in the season, explains why Majestic audiences are attracted regular-
ly, and there's never a let up to the good things in store from week to week.

A JUVENILE MUSICAL COMEDY
THE LIE WIRES
IN A DELIGHTFUL FEAST O LAUGHTER

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THE BIGGEST LAUGH O THE YEAR
SHERMAN & DeFOREST CO.
IN THE BIG 9t JCU
SUCCESS " A - o !

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ALLAN AND HUNTER,
"JUST FOR FUN"

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NANCE'
O'NEIL
THE WORLD'S UNQUESTIONED
Empress of Stormy
Emotion

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AT HER MOST MARVELOUS HEIGHTS
OF DRAMATIC ARTISTRY,

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NOTED SOCIALIST LEADER TO
SPEAK HERE ON JANUARY 17.

Michigan is the best represented uni-
versity in the sixty-fourth Congress,
now in session, with twenty-six grad-
uates holding seats. Yale, Harvard,
Princeton and Columbia have made a
poor showing, considering their age
and number of graduates. Dartmouth,
though one of the large New England
colleges, has no representative. Har-
vard comes next to Michigan, with
twenty representatives; Yale has six-
teen, and Columbia, and Washington
and Lee each have nine. The other
colleges with alumni in this session
are Pennsylvania, with five; Amherst
and Princeton with four; Cornell,
Brown and Lafayette, with three; and
Army, and Navy, with two.

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A Woman's

I L LY RO0B IN SO0N
THE ONLY RIVAL OF BERG WILLIAMS
L A NE AND W E LL S
"TALKATIVE COMEDY JUGGCLERS"
HE FOUR HUSBANDS".

WhitneyTheatre
MONOAY, JANUARY 10TH
The All New Edition of the
Musical Surprise
The
Newlyweds
and their
Baby
40 1-2 PEOPLE
The Prettiest and Liveliest and
Best Drilled Singing and Dane.
ing Chorus in the World
Prices: 2 c-50c05c-$1

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Eugene Victor Debs, who will lec-
ture in Newberry Hall on January 17,
under the auspices of the Michigan
branch of the Intercollegiate Social-
ist society, is, in the tritest sense of
the words, "a plain man of the people."
Although four times candidate for
president Debs' school education was,
limited to the elementary eight grades
Debs was the managing genius of
the strike among the operatives of
the Great Northern railway in 1894,
and as such he was charged with con-
spiracy. He was acquitted, but the
presiding, judge sentenced him to six
months in the federal prison for con-
tempt of court. Here for the first
time, he took up the study of Socialism

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Paris, Jan. 8.-Algernon Boyesen, an
American playwright, will enlist in
the roreign legion in order to enter3
the French aviation service. Later he
will become a naturalized Frenchman
in order that he may join a French
air squad.

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For quick MESSENGER CALL see
last ad on BACK OF TELEPHONE D)-
RECTORY, Phone 79,. A'17E
Latest dances taught at the Packard
Academy.
Dance and Ban4et Programl-.

SENSATION AFTER SENSATION
CLIMAX AFTER CLIMAX
THRILL AFTER THRILL

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from the House of Kuppenheiuer on
sale by N. F. Allen & Co., Main
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