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ARTHUR F, MARQUARDT
516 East Witham St. Phone 1422-J
An Exhibition of Imported
Trimmings in the Mack
It is our pleasure to announce the arrival of a
brilliant collection of Imported Flouncings, Tun-
ics, Robes and Trimmings brought here express-
ly to assist customers in preparing costumes for
the 19p6d junior Hop.
Notable in the display are many new and ex-
clusive novelties from Rodier's, Paris, also
-hand embroidery on organdie
-Exquisite hand run laces
-7ary Pickford striped silks
and a most wonderful assortment of handmade
laces from China, all of which may be viewed this
week in the Dressmaking Rooms on the Second
Floor of the Annex Building.
MRS. H. R. McLAREN IS IN CHARGE
Ann Arbor Association Asks for 3ren's
(.ast Off Clothing for
SEVEN BOXES SHIPPED RECENTLY
Continuing the war relief work
which characterized its activities be-
fore Christmas, the Ann Arbor Relief
association is busy preparing boxes to
be sent to the War Relief clearing
house in Paris.
Last week the association shipped
seven boxes, containing more than
600 articles of clothing. One hundred
and twenty-five of these were new.
These boxes were sent chiefly for dis-
tribution among women and children.
This Week, work is being done on a
number of boxes for men and boys.
It is the intention of the association
to begin work on a hospital box next
week. An attempt will be made to se-
cure enough bedding, sheets, night-
shirts, pillows and pillowcases to com-
pletely equip 10 beds. In addition to
these supplies, a special appeal will
be made for second-hand clothing.
Mrs. Caroline Pattengil, who, together
with Mrs. A. G. Hall, is in charge of
the work, said last night, "We want
to send over a number of men's clean
second-hand suits to be given to the
men when they come out of the hos-
The association's rooms over the
gas office on East Huron street are
open every morning from 9:00 to 12:00
o'clock, and Thursday, Friday and
Saturday afternoons. They are open
at these hours for both sewing and
making surgical dressings. Garments
are cut out ready for anyone who pre-
fers to do the sewing at home. Since
November 17, when the relief work
was first begun, nearly 3,000 surgical
dressings have been made, and a vast
amount of clothing has been gathered
together andsent to the distributing
center in Paris.
PROF. W. W. FLORER COMPLETES
MONOGRAPH ON MARTIN LUTHER
Proof that Martin Luther had prac-
ticaly completed his translation of
the New Testament before his incar-
ceration in Wartburg castle, con-
trary to the prevailing opinion that
he did this work during his impris-
onment, is given by Prof. W.. W. Flor-
er, in a monograph entitled "Luther's
Use of the New Testament before
1522," which will soon be sent to
Around the writing of this transla-
tion many legends have been woven.
Established facts show that Luther
reached the Wartburg in December,
1521, and left the castle in March,
1522. According to many he accomp-
lished the whole of his translation
during this three months. Professor
Florer shows conclusively that he
did much of his work prior to De-
HAROLD B. ABBOT, '15A, STOPS
IN ANN ARBOR ON WAY WEST
Harold B. Abbott, '15A, a former
Daily cartoonist and member of last
year's Board in Cntrol of Student
Publications, was a visitor at the
Daily offices yesterday, stopping over
in Ann Arbor en route from Winni-
peg, Manitoba, to Los Angeles, where
he intends to locate permanently. He
is a traveling sales agent for the
Ferry Seed Company of Philadelphia.
SELLERS TO GIVE
Michigan Branch of Intercollegiate
Society to Hear Professor
ARRANGE FOR CO)ING OF DEBS
Prof. It. W. Sellers, of the philo-
sophy department, will speak on
some phases of the history of social-
ism at the meeting of the Michigan
branch of the Intercollegiate Social-
istic society in Newberry hall at 7:30
Professor Sellers is a specialist in
socialism and will give a course en-
titled "A Critical Examination of So-
cialism," -listed as philosophy, 14C,
next semester. "Because of the wide-
spread interest manifested at the
present time in the new social and
economic thinking, this talk should
prove of interest to others than those
holding socialistic tendencies," said
H. J. McFarlan, '17E. resident of the
society, last night. "This meeting,
like all our meetings, is opex1 to every-
Final arrangements for the lecture
on socialism to be delivered at 8:00
o'clock next Monday night in New-
berry hall by Eugene V. Debs, the.
most widely known exponent of so-
cialistic doctrines in America, will
be perfected soon. In order to cover
the leturer's travelling expenses,
the rental of the hall and adverting
costs onhadmission fee of 15 cents
will be charged.
PROF. M. LEVI ADDRESSES
CERCLE FRANCAIS ON PARTS
"Life in Paris" is the title of an
interesting lecture delivered Tues-
day by Prof. Moritz Levi before the
Cercle Francais, in which he gave
many personal impressions gathered
in that city.' After commenting on the
architectural beauties of structures
along the Seine he described some of
the distinctive elements of Parisian
"Life in the streets is extremely fas-
cinating," said Professor Levi.
"Peddlers offer their wares
in the most amusing fashion. Beg-
ging has become a business in Paris.
The shrewd manner in which beggars
produce their own ills is well known.
Some of the rascals seem to be de-
prive.d of their real limbs, this effect
being produced artificially."
F. S. TOWSLEY, '15, FORMERLY
ON DAILY STAFF, SlCCUMBS
Word has been received that F. S.
Towsley, '15, died in Midland, Mich.,
on January 4, following an attack of
influenza which 'superimposed on his
heart action. Towsley was ill but a
Towsley, who worked on The Michi-
gan Daily in 1914-15, entered the uni-
versity in 1909. In 1912 he left to
enter the government education serv-
ice in the Philippines, where he did
commendable work. He reentered the
university in the fall of 1914, com-
pleting his course in the literary
college here last June.
Two More Students Enter Hospitall
Two more students are confined to
the university hospital suffering with
an acute ear disease which is the re-
sut of Ia grippe. Robert Bennett,
'18, and Adolph Gedda, '18D, are the
two who have been added to the num-
lber already in the contagious ward.
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As a regular daily diet there is no better body
A sound, healthy stomach is the basis of speed and
endurance-this is a reason for the use 'of Shredded
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H. ). Kesselring, '18, Has Operation
Harold D. Kesselring, '18, was op-
erated on for acute appendicitis at
the homeophatic hospital Tuesday
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