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YA*J J J]13lC1I THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Why Not Have LYNDON?
His pictures are always the best and 8x10's are only 25c
QUALITV LAKES QUANTITY
QUANTITY MAKES PRICES
That's why I can do it for a quarter
I lead, while others follow
Get the best of everything photographic of

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The Perfect Dress Foot
Though Modishly slim its lines
are natural a n d easy, gibing
plenty of toe room

LYNDON,

719 No. University Avenue

A Fine $2.00 a fay Iouse located on
Electric Line and nine miles from Ann Arbor.
We serve special dinners to small Banquets,
Clubs and Parties. Phone 63
Regular 5c0e--Meals-Special $1.04

WALK-OVER BOOT SHOP
115 S. MAIN ST.

IYERLINGS EXHIBIT
PROMISE ON TR'IACE
(C'ontinuied fromn Page One) E
could not clear the bar on his three
attempts.
There is still more material in sight
for the several events, but the men
in question were not able to be pres-
ent yesterday.
The summaries of the meet follow:
Finals, 35-yard dash-Zoellin, first;
Altenburg, second; Parks. third. Time,
4 2-5 seconds.
Finals, high hurdles-Zoellin, first;
Iruch, second; Hewlett, third. Time,
!i seconds.
There-lap . race best heat--Horr,
,Irst: Carlock. second. Time, 48 4-5
seccnds.

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Monday, January 17 - William Farmtn
and at llyn Williams in "The spoil-
trs." Nine Reels.
Tuesday, January 18 - iillian Lorraine
in "Should a Wife Forgive?" Equit-
able Feature.
wednesday, Jan. 19. --"Over Night,"
with Vivian Martin a'n l Snuuel
" -Hard~y.FiepanrtWord feature.

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ARL SCH LEH, Prop.
GYMNASIUM .SHOES
FOR MEN AND WOMEN--RUBBER OR LEATHER SOLES
Prices 70c to $1.90 per pair

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Makes Plain and Colored Lantern Slices
from Negatives. Objects or Any Bort of
an Illastration in Monochros e-or Cofor.
Qoes Iechni al Photograpbic Work. If
it's a Difficult Job, Ask him a bout it.

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

indo ECards
A SPECIALTY
Programs and Stao , nery

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Ten-lap run. best heat-F
Nowlen, second. Time, 3i
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high jump-Haig, first;
ond. height, 5 feet, 7 inc
Shot-put-Bush, first,
inches: Shields, second, 32
inches.
Pole-vault--Wong, first
">steel. second, 9 feet, 6
ROINT SOCIALIST

Tuttle, first;
iiute, 50 3-5
Feuss, first;
minutes, 25
Bell, see-
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32 feet, 9
2 feet, 71-2
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inches.

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N-EW DELA CAFE

to order your Corsage
Bouquets and other Cut
Flowerrs for the J-Hop
and Valentine's Day
in heart shape boxes.
Place your orders
early.

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(Ccntinued from Page Six)
Dancing is theli' forte, while they also
sing popular songs.
The Kremka Brothers present an ec-
centric comedy acrobatic turn which
is filled with difficult tricks and sur-
prises. Their work is quick and up-

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WE DELIVER

SPEAKS HERE TOMORROW
(Conitfined from Page One)
whether they agree with his theories
Sor not.
Edwij Markham, the poet, who
spoke in Ann Arbor recently, said of
"Eugene V. Debs! This is one of the
great names of the century. No one
--not even a political enemy-has ever
said that Debs is not sincere to the
core of his heart. It is an event to
meet this corageous friend of man."
"God was feeling mighty good when
1 he created 'Gene Debs and he didn't
have anything else to do all day," is
the verdict of James Whitcomb Riley,
the Hoosier poet, who has also writ-
ten several poems to the socialist
orator.
John Spargo, who lectured in U-
hall last month, has written an ap-
preciation of Debs, from which the
following is taken: "No man in Ameri-
ca has done nobler service for the
cause of Socialism than Eugene V.
Debs. And no man Ntas been more
' richly and warmly loved than Debs
has been. The love of his companions
has been his constant reward and in-
spiration."
INDOOR 1EN ADD THREE
MORE FORFEITS TO LIST
(Continued from Page One)
usually does in the league games.
The pennant race is fast drawing
to a close. If ,it were to end now,a
Director Rowe carrying out his threat
to disband the league in the event of
further forfeits, the senior engineers
would get the decision, they having,
made the best showing:
Now
is none too soon to make arrange-
ments for our Taxi service for the J-
Hop. Stark 2255. tft

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to-date.
At the "MaJ.1" roday
The photoplay feature entitled "The
Broken Law," which will be at the
Majestic today, is one of the most.
pretentious and elaborate offerings
that has ever appeared on the screen.

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,S4 A. E. CONSIDERS
GREAT PROBLEMS'
(Continued from Page Five)
solution, as follows: (1) "Give such
motor a double rating, such as 30-45
horse power, the first figure to be the
S. A. E. formula rating which gives
the maximum output at ordinary Oper-
ating speeds, the second figure to be
the maximum output of the motor at
any speed. (2) Make this rating stan-
dard among engineers, through adop-
tion by the S. A. E. standards commit-
tee. (3) Require by legislative enact-
ment that all manufacturers so rate
their power plants. (4) Base auto-
niobile taxation upon the first figure
which represents maximum output at
average operating speeds of the car.",
This suggestion has been presented'
to the council of the Society of Au-1
tomobile Engineers, to the general,
standards committeeand to the engine
and transmission divison, from all of
which it has received favorable con-J
sideration.
The second matter of interest to the
general automobile public is that of
standard acceleration and gasoline
tests, specifications for which are be-
ing developed by the Research com-
mittee. Heretofore such tests have t
been run with varying passenger loads,r
varying equipment and condition oft
top and windshield, over varying dis-e

DISCUSS VOCATIONAL CHANCES.
AT CLOSING CONFERENCE SESSION
(Continued from Page One)
field for women, demanding salesman-
ship and tact, and bringing women
into contact with allkinds of people
and opportunities. Over 4,000 women
are at present engaged in this workj
in the United States and Canada.
The luncheon following the morn-
ing session was attended by about .150
University and faculty women. Ju-
dith Ginsberg, '15, presided. Presi-
dent Hutchins spoke a word of wel-
come, urging the need of a broad gen-
eral education as a background to
all vocational work.
Dr. Reuben Peterson, director of
nurses in the university hospital,
urged that college women enter the
field of trained' nursing as superin-
tendents, head nurses, or in public
service work, such as district nursing,
hospital social service, or insurance

RESERVATIONS NOW BEING
MADE FOR SPECIAL DINNERS
AND LUNCHEONS DURING

William Farnum, long celebrated as a )
"legitimate" star and more recently at-
tracting world-wide attention as a
"movie" favorite, appears in the prin-
cipal role.
The action takes place in England, There are only a few d
about the year 1.850, and the story
concerns itself mainly with the des-
tinies of Daniel Esmond (Mr. Far-
num ); Ursula, a gypsy girl; Lord M c i a ,t n
Phillip Duncan, and Isobel Berner,
a wealthy English girl.Do not wait un
Esmond, a novelist, decides to write
a hook about the Romanios, a bandof DAINES
gypsies camping on his estate. On
the death of his father he .learns that The Only Stud
he has a half-sister who is a member
of an unknown gypsy clan. In the
course of his wanderings he rescues 1! RT m EAD; TEN HURT IN
Isobel from drowning, and later dis-SUB-SEA RAFTEXPLOSION
covers that a mutual passion has de- SU-E RFT1XLSO
veloped between them. Isobel, how- (Cntinued from Pag
ever, has been promised in marriage
to Lord Duncan, a debauchee. she gas and replenishing the water
Esmond finally becomes chief of the s pply.
clan, but not until he has vanquished It is thought probable that some
his rival, Gasper. Seeking revenge, workman touched a wrench or piece
Gasper accuses Esmond of seducing of iron to the terminals of one of the
Ursula, a gypsy girl, who has really batteries, thus making an arc, and
been wronged by Lord Duncan. Es- that this made the spark which caused
mond and Ursula are branded and the explosion. These batteries are!
whipped from camp, reached by unscrewing some of the
Suffice it to say, therefore, that the plates in the deck. Under this theory
action moves swiftly to a gripping cli- the explosion of the 230 batteries
max, that Ursula proves to be Es- would not be simultaneous, but de-
mond's half-sister, and that Lord'Dun- scriptions of today's explosion agree
can is overtaken by retribution for ,that it was "long, low and dull."
having caused Ursula to pay the gyp- If one battery exploded, forcing in
sy penalty for "The Broken Law." the sides of other batteries nearby
--and causing them to explode, which in
Call Lyndon for good pictures. turn would explode other batteries-

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such a sound might result particularly
as the size of the submarine would
muffle the distinctness of the separate
.ensuing reports. and merge them all
into one "long, low and dull explo-
sion."
Whatever the explosive powr, it was
Kowerful enough to rip -the compan-
lion way, a perpendicular steel ladder
leading fromn the open hatch of the
deck dow, ILo the submarine, loose
.and shoot it up into the air so high
1that the ladder, carrying a strip of
<one of the workmen's.overalls fasten-
ed to the rungs, landed on the roof
of a sied more than 200 feet to the
northeast of the drydock.
GLOVES
:for men, best known makes at reason.
able prices, on sale by N. F. Ailen &
Co., Main street. wed-eod

tian Portraits
itil the last minute

' NICKELS
io on the Campus

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AMERICANS FLEE FROM MEXICO

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Fear That Entire Mormon Colony May
be Murdered by Villa
SE Paso, Tex., Jan. 15.-Another
trainload of Americans is now en
route out of Mexico. Advices today to
the border from Parral were to the
effect that the- special train taken

tances and ranges of speeds, and with down from El Paso early y
varying methods for determining re- leaving there tonight and
sults. Publicity figures have first sur- rive at El Paso Sunday
prised, then disgusted the engineer More than 150 American
and the general public, because of board.
these great variations, and because of Fear is felt here that the
the impossibility of judging the rela- ony of Mormons near Casa
tive merits of cars from tests which 150 miles southwest of J1

yesterday is
should ar-
afternoon.
s are onj
entire col-
as Grandes,
Juarez willi
his forces.

Do you long to go on the stage? Have you ambitions of becoming
a vaudeville star? If yOu have, what can you do? Can you sing,
dance, do any tricks, or in short, do anything out of the ordinary,
something that is novel? If you can, you are wanted, and wanted
right away, by the Band Bounce Committee.
Go and see Henry C. Rummel, program manager, 2nd floor, En-
gineering Shop Building, at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon.

REMEMBER, YOU ARE WANTED BY THE

have been in no way comparable.
Preliminary specifications, rigid and
complete, have been prepared and en-
dorsed, and within the next year, their,
general adoption and use will stan-
dardize methods for these important
tests on car acceleration and the num-
ber of miles per gallon of gasoline the
car will travel, thus giving to the pub-
lic data which will be scientific, re-
liable and comparative.

be murdered by Villa and

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