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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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January Clothing 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 Bloch
make, blues and blacks included, nothing reserved or

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Some Small Lot and Broke. 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.
LEADING CLOTHIERS
January Clean Up Sale
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SHOW ILLUSTRATES
STRIDES OF

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BOSTONIAN and FLORSHEIM
SHOES'

308 So.
MPUS OOTERYState St.

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The Eberbach & Son Co.
Scientific Laboratory Supplies
Chemicals, Drugs and Sundries
THE EBERBACH (A SON CO. 200-2085 . Liberty St.

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No Drops
Needed in Our
Eve Examination.

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My specialty is making
Drugless Eye Examinations-
determining scientifically and
accurately the glasses your eyes
require.
Shop facilities enable me to
make your glasses, giving you
quick service.
We grind lenses.
EMIL H. ARNOLD
Optometrist-Optician
with Arnold & Co., Jewelers, 220 S. Main St.

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A SMAR.TCOLLAR.
WITH A COMFORT-
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NEW
RED-MAN
2 roa. 25#
TROYS BEST
PRo0DUCT

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By Gee
DAYS
Daughters of Time, the hypocritic
Days,
Muffled and dumb like barefoot der-
vishes,
And marching single in an endless file,
Bring diadems and fagots in their
hands.
To each they offer gifts after his will,
Bread, kingdoms, stars, and sky that
holds them all.
I, in my pleached garden, watch the
pomp,
Forgot my morning wishes, hastily
Took 'a few herbs and apples, and the
Day
Turned and departed silent. I, too
late,
Under her solemn fillet saw the scorn.
-Emerson.
What holds more to the human soul
than the Pit on a Sunday morning?
Do not look at your neighbor's paper
when answering the question.
The parties who know college life
and men from the bright red posters
that they have derided should take a
trip across the campus at the 11resent
time. Probably their conception of
the dignified and bespectacled student
will fade at each vision of wonder on
an ice slide.
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And to think that the engineers did
not grasp the opportunity to break
into the Pit and remove the stigma
from engineeric, as it were, grammar.
Transitory Slants is nonplussed-
ahem!

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body, one man top, wire wheels, the
car weighs only 3540 pounds fully
equipped as a 7-passenger touring
model. The motor casting is alumin-
um, with cast iron cylinder barrels
pressed into place; valves are over-
head and enclosed; the frame is of
pressed steel, 10 inches deep, and
serves at once as chassis frame, mud
apron between frame and running,
board, running board support and body
sill. The body bolts directly to the
frame in thsee assemblies, the cowl,
front seats and tonneau. Rear springs
are compound-cantilever, mounted
across the car at the rear. Aluminum
is used in the motor casting, the body
assemblies, fenders, hood, radiator
shell and many small castings.
Geneoral Statistics
As far as general statistics are con-
cerned, we find the following: The
average H. P. of motors has decreased
slightly from last year. Piston dis-
placement has decreased more even
in proportion than H. P., the average
eing 278 cubic inches for 1916 models
electric starting which in 1911 was
inknown, and in 1912 only 3 per cent
ucreased in 1914 to 87 per cent an(
n 1916, 98 per cent of all models of-
ered are equipped with electric start
ng devices and in a majority of case
with electric lights. Rightchand steer
has decreased to 10 per cent, while
left hand steer has gone up to 90
per cent for 1916. Unit power plants
had a percentage of 50 in 1915 and for
1916 we find 63 per cent of all cars
designed with unit power plants. Six
cylinder car designs have dropped off
slightly, as have four-cylinder figures,
due to the introduction of eights and
twelves. Motor speeds have been
greatly increased with resultant in-
crease in H. P. output for given weight
and size of motor; the stroke-bore ra-
tio has gone steadily up for several
years to a value of 1.35 for 1916; the
use of aluminum for pistons and the
reduction in weight of reciprocating
parts has been general in fours, sixes,
eights and twelves, and has resulted
in motors of remarkable activity, ac-
celeration and horse power, due toc
increased speed; battery ignition sys-
tems have proved themselves and ont
many cars have replaced the mag-1
neto;thermo-syphon cooling is found
on 38 per cent of all cars.
At the New York show, eighty-fourt
different makers exhibited cars. Of
the cars exhibited, 116 were fou'r-cy-
linder, 136 were six-cylinder designs,1
42 were eight-cylinder designs, and 13
twelve-cylinder cars.3

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You Men of
Young Ideals

JANUARY

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E.V. Price & Co.
Prices Very
Reasonable

NO OLD GOODS, EVERYTHING
IS NEW AND UP-TO-DATE

CLOTHING SALE
ALL SUITS AND OVERCOATS,
THIS SEASON'S STYLES AND

FABRICS

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TOM CORBETT

Exclusive Local Dealer
of Ann Arbor

116 E. Liberty St.

The Young Men's Store

"Fitform is Good Form"

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Popular Priced
Mats. Wed.-Sat.
Best Seats, $x.oo
Nights, 25c-$1.50

GARRICK
D DETROIT

Week
Stirting
JAN. 17

Off

309 S. Main
Branch:
814 S. State

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The First Big Laughing
Event of the New Year
Hi. H. FRAZEE, Again Presents

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Nebraskan Wants to Be Vice-President
Lincoln, Neb., Jan. 15.-Former Sen-
ator E. J. Burkett tonight announced
his candidacy for vice-president on
the Republican ticket.
OVERCOATS
and rain coats from the house of Kup.
penhelmer, on sale by N. F. Allen Co.,
Plain St.

Each year, especially at show time,
a few look askance upon the automio-
bile industry, speculate upon its de-
velopment and worry lest its fate be
near at hand. To such, a few general.
figures will be of interest.
Production Exceptional
Beginning with a yearly production
of 3,000 cars in 1900, increasing to
250,000 in 1912, and reaching an esti-
mated production this year of 625
cars, there have been produced in the
U. S. in the last fifteen years approxi-
mately 2,400,000 automobiles. . As-
suming $850 as an average price, this
total shows an expenditure by the pub-
lic on automobiles of $2,100,000,000.
It is interesting to note that 75 per
cent of this total production is cred-
ited to Michigan. State automobile
registrations for this year (1915) show
a total automobile registration of over
2,000,000 in the United States. In
other words there is being operated
approximately one automobile for ev-
ery 50 in population .throughout the

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length and breadth of our land.
The figures give in a concrete way
an idea.of the development and pro-
duction in this country of this latest
of modern machines-a machine which
is at once the most complicated, deli-
cate and accurate in construction-yet
which must be designed to withstand
the worst roads, the highest speeds,
and the unreasonable treatment which
only the inexperienced driver -knows
how to give it. (Some folks expect a
motor car to stand up under several
years operation even on Michigan
roads.) Back of these cars have sprung
up some of the greatest factories in
the middle west, and an industry
which ranks third among the indus-
tries of. the United States.
Industry Is Just in Its Prime
And the automobile industry is just
in its prine, its conquests and im-
provements are far from being all in
the past. The year 1915 is one of the
most remarkable, if not the most re-
markable year in its history. The
introduction by the Cadillac company
of its eight-cylinder car, the success-
ful design of high speed motors with
overhead camshafts, the practical suc-
cess of the Owen Magnetic Drive car,
the offering of light sixes at less than
$1,000, the production of a Knight mo-
tored car in such quantities' as to sell
for about $1,000, the announcement of
Twin Sixes and of sweeping reductions
in prices, the phenomenal production
feat of the Ford Motor Car company.
All these are milestones marking the
way of automobile progress.

Sera ed at the Rate of 60 Smiles a i:Minute
By Its Distinguished Cast of Farceurs
Cast includes Marion Balloit, Harry Stubbs, Walter Fenner, Jane
Quinn, Godfrey Matthews and Mazie Iogarty.
AR 2 SPECIAL RETURN
ENGAGEMENT
ARTHUR HAMMERSTEIN PRESENTS
"11 I 16- H J1 N K "
THE TING-A-LI'MItSICAL; JOLLITY

in the World

BY EDWARD PEPLE
The Funniest FARCE

FOR SALE.

FOR SALE-Twol
on main floor.
half seats. Call
or address card
126.

Paderewski tickets
One dollar and a
at 420 Miller Ave.
to Post Officenbox
jan1.6

FOR SALE-Triple nose Bausch and
Lomb microscope in perfect condi-
tion; fifty dollars. Inquire at 520
,Ohurch street. jan16
FOR SALE-Dress suit. For partic-
ularx call at 625 East Liberty, suite
To. 1, after 5 P. M. jan16
MISCELLANro0uti
GIRLS, ATTENTION
For rainwater shampoos, hair dress-
ing, face and scalp treatment, for fall-
ing hair, go to Mrs. V. R. Trogan-
owski, 1110 S. Univ. Ave., side en-
trance. jan151618192021

FOB RENT
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-Second floor front suite,
hot water heat. 810 East Huron.
1231-M.
LOST
LOST-Before vacation. Jeweled
Eremite pin. Finder please call
1720. jan14-19
LOST-Man's gold signet ring marked
with old English "G". Lost on cam-
pus or in Eng. Building last Mon-
day. Finder please call Daily of-
fice.

MAYOR OFFICIALLY
USHERS IN DETROIT
AUTOMOBILE SHOW
(Continued from Page Four)
struction of the way in which Wayne,
county builds its roads and for which
it has become famous throughout the
nation.
Commissioner Hines, of the high-
way board, said yesterday when in-
terviewed by a Daily reporter, that
the road exhibit was given the place
of honor because of the far reaching
effect that good road construction ine
Wayne county had had on the develop-
ment of the automobile industry in
Detroit, The reporter was shown fig-
ures that showed that on account of
the good roads the assessed valuation
of the county. outside of Detroit had
increased 115 per cent while the in-
crease in the city of Detroit for the
same period had been 54 per cent ii
spite of the great industrial growth.
Ten cents rents a good Eastman ko-
dak, any size you want. Lyndon's 7191
N. University.

WORTh WHILE FACTS
OF MOTORING WO]
(Continued from Page Five)
macadam with the addition of a
substances such as asphalt, oil or
gravel, plain macadam, shell, o
hard surfaced roads, roads mad(
sand and clay mixture prope
drained adn graded, earth roads p
erly constructed, and lastly, ui
proved surfaces.
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SSIX-UYLINDE TO BE POPUL
There has been a great amoun
discussion as to the relative pops
ity of 12-cylinder motors in 1916 w
question cannot be positively d
mined offhand. However, the
nouncements indicate' that the si:
linder motor. will be immensely p
lar, with the eight and twelve pr(
in growing numbers. There ai
number of manufacturers of 12-c
der V-type motors, but these wi
sold at a higher price than the e
cylinder engine of smaller- size.

DO YOU KNOW

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That you can save money by buying
CLASSICAL MUSIC AND BOOKS,
at
Grinnell Bros.' Music House
Best Pianos in the City For Rent
Victrols $15.00 tQ $250.00
Our Victor Record Service Cannot Be Beaten
Phone 1707 116 South Main St.

LOST--Small blue
book at Library
Church and Hill.
452; reward.

leather pocket
or at corner of
1205 Hill; call
jan16

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