THE MICHI'GAN D'AIL'Y
nuary Clothi'ng Sale
We will offer our entire stock of Clothing at 25
per cent reduction for the month of January.
This includes every Suit and Overcoat in the Stein ibloch
make, blues and blacks included, nothing reserved or
Some Small Lot and Broken Sizes at 1-3 to 1-2 off
All Trousers at Twenty per Cent Reduction
Mackinaws at Twenty-Five per Cent Reduction
Fur Lined Overcoats at One-Quarter Off
LINDENSCHMITT, APFEL & CO.
ALL SUITS AND OVERCOATS,
THIS SEASON'S STYLES AND
NO OLD GOODS, EVERYTHING
IS NEW AND UP-TO-DATE
January Clean Up Sale
BOSTONIAN and FLORSHEIM
CAMPUS BOOTERtY 308 S..
The Eberbach & Son Co.
Scientific Laboratory Supplies.
Chemicals, Drugs and Sundries
THOE EBERBACH t. SON Co. 200-208 E. Li-erty St.
RAYMOND E. SWING
MAY LECTURE HERE
Berlin liar Correspondent of Chi-
eago Daily News to Speak
Here Before Journalists
TO RELATE WAR EXPERIENCES
Arrangements are being made!. to
secure Raymond E. Swing, Berlin
war correspondent for the Chicago
Daily News, to speak to the students
in journalism at 4:00 o'clock tomor-
row afternoon in room 202 West
Mr. Swing, who is a nephew of
David Swing, the well-known clergy-
man of Chicago, has been in Berlin
throughout the war, and despite the
fact that he is married to a French
woman, he has been able to retain
the full confidence of the German
authorities. ' This popularity with
those in power in the Berlin govern-
ment has enabled him to secure au-
thentic news for his paper, and it is
expected that he will be able to
throw many interesting sidelights
on modern methods of war corre-
Mr. Swing has just arrived in this
held tonight in U-Hall at 7:00 o'clock
sail again for Germany the early part
of next week. In the meantime, he
has been called to Chicago to consult
with the News office and this will
probably give him the opportunity
to address the Michigan students in
journalism. Prof. F. N. Scott, of the
rhetoric department, has not yet re-
ceived final confirmation from Mr.
Swing, but definite announcement
will be made in tomorrow's issue.
mv. VOUC4 6 CO
116 E. Liberty St.
"Fitform is Good Form'
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Even a King can't dictate what
you should like or not like
You Men of
The Young Men's
will find them best
clothes made ex-
pressly for you and
3ou alone by
Needed in Our
My specialty is making
1)rugless .-'ye LExam inalions-
determining scientifically and
accurately the glasses your eyes
Shop facilities enable me- to
make your glasses, giving you
We grind lenses.
EMIL H. ARNOLD
with Arnold Al Co., Jewelers, 220 S. 4Mai St
a A SMART COLLAR.
WITH A QMFORT-
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hardened and tempered,
specially polished, nickel-
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A. G. SPALDING & BRO.
B12W oodward Ave. DETROIT,MICH.
Varsity Band rehearsal will be
held tonight inU-Hall at 7 :00 o'clock
sharp. All are urged to be present,
since orders will be taken at that
time for the band pictures.
is always Gpntlemanly, Courteous
and Prompt. Stark 2255. tf
Shirts made to order.-G. H. Wilu
Company. State St. Tailors.
E.V. Price & Co.
If. it so happened that
Fatimas were originaliy
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would that fact prat e th a
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ight some old potentate's
palate would not neces-
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Thats swhy e leave
Fatrnas up 1o your ;taste.
But there is something
more than good tate that
is mightyimporta tt) you.
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lastinga aci garette rney he
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4Ift is corn frrale, too.
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oe cool and comfortable
to your throat at all times.
Anid it must le.tve you
feeling mne and fit at the
endof a hard-smokingday.
Wil it do all that?
Theni, it is the sensible
cigarette for YOU.
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USINE SS OPPORTUNITY
Just right for two students; $4,000
takes established business clearing
over $200 per month. If you mean
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HONOR SYSTEM TO COME
UP BEFORE UNION FORUM
Su1pporters of Plan from Engineering
College Expected to Clash
The honor system in examinations
will be the topic under discussion at
the next meeting of the Union Forum
to be held on the evening of Wednes-
day, January 19. Paul Thompson,
'16L, will be the chairman of the
meeting, introducing the question in
the form of "Shall the Honor System
Be Used in the Examinations of the
University of Michigan?"'
It is expected that this question
will be the basis of a very lively dis-
cussion not only because this is the
last meeting of the Forum before the
mid-year examination-in which ex-
aminations the honor system will be
used in some classes-but also be-
cause of the large amount of dissatis-
faction in the Law School with the
use of the system. The Engineering
College is also greatly interested in
the plan because there has been con-
siderable agitation in that department-
for the adoption of the honor system.
The students of the Literary Col-
lege have not used the honor sys-
tem to any great degree, inasmuch
as it has not proven satisfactory
when tried, and the agitation against
the plan in that department is al-
most as great as the agitation for the
plan in the Engineering College. All
these things together promise one
of the most interesting debates in
CARUSO PRISES INORK OF
M'NMARA;5 HIS PUPIL'
Former Student at
Will Study in
School of Music
School of Music String Quartet
Appear on Twilight Program
309 S. Main
814 S. State
FOR RENT-Three fine office rooms,
suitable for a doctor or dentist; all
piped and wired; guaranteed steam
heat. Also, one apartment. 1713-
MOR, 1661-J, J. K. Malcolm.
FOR RENT-Flat near campus, with
all modern conveniences. Inquire
,.rs. K. C. Baldvw 617 E. Liberty.
FOR RENT-Typewriters at lowest
rates. Evenson & Hyde, The Stu-
dent Firm, 310 State St.
LOST-On campus or Thayer between
campus and Kingsley, small topaz
pin. Return to secretary's office,
University, or 803 Kingsley. Phone
1177M. Reward. jan12-16
LOST-Black fur neck piece on Sat-
urday night at or . near Michigan
Union. Finder please call Daily of-
fice. . tf
LOST-European History note book.
Finder please ' call 2338. jan12
SPECIAL NUMBERS TO BE'
AT FCULTY CONCERT'
FOR SALE-Because of leaving col-
lege must sell my interest in Type-
writing and Supply firm of Evenson
& Hyde. Chance for student to
maketall college expenses. Inquire
310 State. W. G. Evenson. jan12-13
FOR SALE - First class boarding
house located one block from cam-
pus; an exceptionally good oppor-
tunity. Best of reasons for selling.
Act at once if y)a want something
good. Phone 1240 or call Scott Cro-
WANTED-Self-supporting men can
find something to their advantage for
July, August and September by see-
ing Mr. Smithson today. 432 May-
nard, 1668. jan12
STUDENTS, ATTENTION-Am build-
ing a beautiful residence near cam-
pus for an ideal Students' Club. Will
sell on contract and model to suit.
H. H. Herbst, Savings Bank Block.
E. J. McNamara, the well known
baritone who studied in the School
of Music last year, is the subject of
an interview with Enrico Caruso
which appears in the last issue of the
Caruso has taken Mr. McNamara as
a student and after working with him
this winter will take him to Italy in
the early spring. The famous tenor
says that with the polishing which he
hopes to give him, in a year or so he
will have a great baritone to offer
to the world.
Mr. McNamara is Caruso's first stu-
dent. Caruso's attention was called to
the qualities of the Irishman's voice
by Madame Schumann-Heinck, who
had helped him to get some of his
early training. The result of the in-
terest which Caruso immediately took
in the new singer was that he will be
financially backed while he is com-
pleting his musical education.
Paterson, N. J., is McNamara's home
and much attention has been calledj
to the fact that the man who is now
on the high road to fame as an opera
singer was once a member of the
A faculty concert of unusual inter-
est will be given in Hill Auditorium
tomorrow afternoon when Cesar
Franck's "Quintet, F Minor" will be
given by the School of Music String
Quartet and Albert Lockwood, pianist.
Ada Grace Johnson will appeal in an
interesting group of songs and Fran-
ces Louise Hamilton will offer a
group of piano numbers.
The programri in full ,is as follows:
Quintet, F minor ........ Cesar Franck
Molto moderato quasi lento-Al-
legro; Lento, con molto sentimen-
to; Allegro non troppo ma con
Mr. Albert Lockwood, Piano
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Lockwood, Violins
Mr. A. J. Whitmire, Viola
Mr. L. N. Parker, Violoncello
Widmung ) ......... . ........Franz
Sunshine Song. .. ........Grieg
Ada Grace Johnson
Nocturne, G major )
Impromptu, F sharp major )....Chopin
Capriccio, C sharp minor.... Brahms
Rhapsody, No. ° 12..... . ... . Liszt.
Frances Louise Hamilton
Nell B. Stockwell, Accompanist
police force in that city.,
Caruso speaks very highly of the
early training which his protege re-
ceived, saying that his fine preparation
makes it only necessary for the finish-:
ing touches and the acquisition of a
repertoire to have him ready for his
debut. This is an unconscious com-
pliment to the school of music..
PRESENTS RARE BOOK
TO UNIVERSITY LIBRI
Mrs. L. S. Livingston Gives Rare
ilographies, Written by
Mrs. L. S. Livingston, wife of
Luther S. Livingston, one of the f
most bibliographers of his day,
presented the university library
some rare bibliographies, the wor
Following are the Books: "Ale
der Pope," "Beverly Chev and
Books," "A Bibliographical Puz
"A Bibliographical Record," "Cal
John Smith's Circular or Prospe
of His General Historie of Virg
New England and the Summer Is
"Catalogue of a Collection of Amer
Plays," "First Editions of GE
Meredith,' "Four American Histo
Manuscripts," "The Harry Elkins
dener Stevenson Collection," "Sho
'peare's Four Folios," "Some of Ch-
Lamb's Books," and "Tennyson I
ography." "A Biographical Sketi
Luther S. Livingston," by Ge
Parker Winship was also prest
at this same time.
There has only been a limited
ber of these books published for
sonal distribution and not for
by Mrs. Livingston.
Mr. Luther S. Livingston was
first custodian of the Wagner r
orial Collection at Harvard Unive
and for many years was one o
firm of Dode and Livingston of
York City, dealers in rare .a
These books were given to tb li
largely through Professor Den
of the English department.
We-print Anything, from your
- on a Card, to a Book. The Ann
Grinnell Bros.' Own.Make Pianos, Sweetest Toned Instrument
Built. Aeolian Player Pianos. Victor Victrolas and
Records. Everything in the' Realm of Music
Crinnell Bros.' Music House
116 South Main St.
Adp I 40
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