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THE MIC:

DAIhY

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WALK-OVER BO OT SH OP
115 S. MAIN ST.
Makes Photographs with Correct Color Valueso
Paintings, of Drawings in Monochrome or Pol'
S wai n chrome, and of 'Colored Objects. Has Photo
graphed more Original Manuscripts on Parch
713 E. Univ. Ave. ment than any one else in the State. Hon
Portraiture a Specialty.

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His pictures are always the best and 8x10's are only 25c
QUALITY MAKES 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
LYN D 0 N, 719 No. University Avenue

TODAY AT __C v''wv'TONIGHT AT
3.00 p. - AJE T C -
-DR. ROYAL RACEFORD - -""THE MAN WHO
-TAMED ELECIRICITY
LAI MON KIM - - - - - NOTED
CHINESE TENOR
KREMKA BROS. ED. & JACK SMITH
PREMIER ACROBATS ENTERTAINERS

AND THEN
THE GIRLS

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but maybe you won't

Fatimas please so many
men that they outsell any
other cigarette costing over
5c.
But it may happen that
your taste won't fit Fatiinas.
That's nothing against you.
Nor against Fatimas.
But if your taste does fit
Fatimas, you can feel doubly
grateful. For of this you
can be sure-Fatimas are
cool and friendly to the
throat and tongue. And
they will never leave you
"'feeling mean'" as long as
you smoke within theb ounds
of reason.
Because Fatimas are cool
and because they can be
smoked freely and often-
they have rightly earned
the title, "'The (Sensible
Cigarette."
It simply remains for you
to see if their taste suits

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thousands and thousands of
other men./ Try Fatimas
today.
You may find that their
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been looking for in a ciga-
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STUDENT COUNCIL TO ELECT Matinees
OFFICERS FOR NEXT SEMESTER adnsdayt
nd S.
Election of Student Council officers iA P
for the coming semester will be held
in the North Wing of University hail
at 7:00 o'clock this evening. Those
appointed will take their positions
immediately and will renrain in cffice
until a corresponding te in the next A
semester. The positions to be filled s1non1'
are: President, vice-president, secre- wednesd
tary, corresponding secretary, treas- With
hardy.
- urer, and auditor.
ov _^ f Thursda
-- __ _ __I part w
y- ENGINEERS WILL VOTE ON and M
HONOR PLAN THURSDAY Friday, J
'1 - and1 G
Ie (Continued from Page One) Fear."
_ ulty member reeciving it to the honor
committee for investigation.
Article III. The Honor Committee. Lt
lSec. 1. Committee Membership.
The honor committee shall consist of Th
three members of each of the two up-
per classes elected after the manner Austrians
of the student councilmen, to hold
office for one year only, and a chair- Armi
men to be elected from and by the
preceding committee from among its
junior members. ERMAN
Sec. 2. Quorum Defined.
The whole honor committee shall Only twx
be necessary to constitute a quorum in the vor
at. any meeting. the last s
See.3. Meetings. has signe
Immediately upon the presentation which me
of a charge against any student lodged British ha
with any member of the honor com- to reieve
ruittee, the chairman or his represen- KutelAm
tative shall call a meeting of the com- hewn thei
mittee and investigate the charge. files of T
Article IV. Duties of Committee. seems tob
Sec. 1. Trials. the house
It shall be the duty of the honor ca the Me
committee to ,conduct investigations Americans
and trials of all students accused of uaional s:
dishonesty in examinations or quizzes. The Au
Sec. 2. Evidence. 'rive thro
The honor committee shall summon hi pushin
before it any student charged with tinally pla
dishonesty; shall state to the accused on the hei
the charge against him; shall gather tai and th
information from witnesses, and shall dom. Aft
give the accused an opportunity for las signed
defense. vaders, a
Sec. 3. The accused shall have the peace are
privilege of engaging counsel for him- h owledge
self and the right to call witnesses British re
in his favor. last heard
Sec. 4. The name of the accused way withi
shall be known to the honor committee pressed fo:
only. In Bulg
Sec. 5. As far as possible all evi- sned prr
dence obtained by the committee shall trol over.
be known only to the committee. of that Bal
. Sec. 6. The name of the accused dissatisfac
shall be known to the honor com- among th
mittee and witnesses only except in scant like
the case of conviction when it shall central p
be given to the dean of the college or Albania, b
h his representative. scens to i
0 Sec. 7. Conviction. The honor in Gree'e.
hs committee shall declare guilty any been repo
h student against whom, in their judg- in. harbct
no
si ent, sufficient evidence has been oniki, whi
w brought. battleships
Sec. 9. A unanimous vote shall be points alo:
I necessary for conviction. ports of
Sec. 9. Punishment. For the first been defin
f conviction of dishonesty the convicted the Germa.
shall be suspended from college for have been
r, one year, with the privilege of return-
s ing according to the regulations of the come ineffe
e college, at the beginning of the cor- tice by the
- responding semester in which he was engineerin
s suspended. Article VI;
h Sec. 10. Upon a second conviction Sec. 1.
n a student shall be permanently drop- these artic
e ped from the college. least one m
~ Article V; Manner of Adoption, vote. Suc
Sec. 1. This honor system shall be- effective o
come effective throughout the College thirds vote
. of Engineering on approval by tlttc and upona
1 faculty and the students as provided (Signed)

in Section 2, Article V. R. S.
. Sec. 2. Each class of the engineer.. P. O
ing college shall vote upon this honor J. R
system; adoption by majority of any J. F.
- class shall be effective until .the class F. J.
D graduates or rescinds its action. Adop- C. E
D tion by all classes shall be necessary E. M.
for the establishment of the system. R. L
Sec. 3. The honor system shall be-

GARRICK We.o
DETROIT
MIR OF .SIXES"
The Funniest FARCE
In the World
WCADE
v. t 3:00, 6:30, 8:oo, 9:30
ay, Jan. 19. - "Over Night,"
Vivian Martin anad .Saml-I
Five part World feature.
y'. January 20-" Sunday," five.
ord featuire' with Reine Davies
oitagu Love in theIead ing roles
anuary 21 - Edward Brennan
race E liston in "The Black
Metro.
eActivity in
eaters of War
Force Montenegrins to Sign
tice Which Will Result
in Separate' Peace
S C 0 N T R O L BULGARIA1

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

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TH ' R Kst, LI N nctively Individua l
FAT IM YFAte 17

o decisive actions occurred
tex of the great war during
sptette of days; Monteneg'ro
I wit iAustria an armistce
ans a separate peace; the
ve sent new relieving forces
the beleaguered garrison at
ara, and have apparently
r way through the opposing
'urks. In England the war
be in progress primarily in
of commons, and in Aneri-
xican slaughter of eighteen
has livened up the inter-
ituation.
strians, by a long terrific
ugh Montenegro, succeeded
g back the defenders, and
nted the Austrian artiliery
ghts which control the capi-
e harbors of the little king-
er this defeat, King Nicho-
the armistice with the in-
nd negotiations for delinite
now in progress. Little
has been obtained from the
lieving forces which, when
from, had hammered their
n a few miles of the harC!-
rces at Kut.
pria, the Germans have as-
actical supervision and con-
most of the internal affairs
kan kingdom. Considerable
tion has been stirred up
e Bulgarians, but there is
lihood of a split with the
owers. Italy is evacuating
but the quadruple alliance
be strengthening its position
Anglo-French troops have
rted to have been p uring
rs near Athens and at Sal-
le a large fleet of ententt
has been sighted off several
ng the Grecian coast':. Re-
the Kaiser's sickness have
itely denied by Berlin and
a food riots of the past week
of rather mild natu-'.
ective after two months' no-
faculty or any class of the
g college.
Provision for Amendments.
Proposed amendments to
les must be announced at
month before submission for
h amendments shall become
n being passed by a two-
of each of the four classes
approval of the faculty.

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NEW DELTA CAFE
RESERVATIONS NOW BEING
MADE FOR SPECIAL DINNERS,*
AND LUNCHEONS DURING
m J -HOP WEEKD
There are only a few days left for Seniors to get
MichiganensianPotas
Do not wait until the last minute
DAINES & NICKELS
The Only Studio on the Campus

* * * * * * * * ' ** *
* '
AT THE THEATERS *
* TODAY *
* --- *
* Majestie-Vaudeville, featur- *
* ing Dr. Royal Raceford, "The *
H1man Dynamo." *
* _ _*
* Orpheum - Moving pictures, *
* Barney "Gilmore and Lillian *
* Niederaur in "The Game of *
Three'.*,
* *
* Rae--Moving pictures; Henry *
* Walthal in "Beulah." *
____ _*
Arcade- Vivian 3tartin, Herb- *
ert Jost, and Sam Hardy it, *
"Over Night." *
*" * * * * * * * * *4.*
CANADIAN CLUB DECIDES TO
ENTER INTER-CLASS LEAGUE
At the meeting of the Canadian Club
last evening a resolution was passed
authorizing the organization of a
Iockey team which is to be entered in
the inter-class hockey league. G. D.;
Peters, '17D, was elected manager, and
a schedule of games will be arranged
aI once.
Shirts made to order.-G. H. Whit
Jompany. State St. Tailors.

PADEREWSKI ALSO
A GREAT COMPOSE]
(Continued from Page One)
the same, a great Sonata and a set o
extraordinary Variations for pian
alone, an opera and a Symphony. Thi
latter work has been played wit
much success in all the large cities i
this country as well as in Europe. Hi
opera, "Manru," was played in Nev
York and in various cities on the con
tinent of Europe, while his Sonata an
Variations are in the repertoires o
the greatest pianists.
It is interesting to note, however
that the work which brought him hi
greatest fame as a composer and mad
him known throughout America be
fore he ever came to this country i
the little Mozartean Minuet whicl
years ago he wrote as a joke. Eves
now hardly a recital is given that ht
is not requested to play it as an en
core, and he seldom refuses.
In the artists' rooms upon the stag(
immediately after the concert Mr
Paderewski will sell his autoraphe
pictures and Madame Paderewski wil
conduct a sale of Polish Refugee dolls
These dolls have been made for he
by a group of Polish refugees in Paris
sculptors and painters of renown, vic
tims of the war.
The proceeds of the sale are used t(
support this colony in Paris and t
buy milk for the starving babies of
Poland.

TWO DAY'S. SALE TO JUNIOR
CLASSES DISPOSES Of
ALL J-HOP TICKETS
(Continued from Page One)
it possible to increase the number of
tickets to be sold. The petition will
probably be presented today, and in
case favorable action is taken, ar-
rangements will be made to decorate
both gymnasiums in like manner, and
one or two additional orchestras will
be used, so as to equalize dancing
conditions in both gymnasiums. In-
asmuch as the present limit of at-
tendance for the J-Hop was reached
in former' years, due to the fact that
Barbour' gym was then used as a din-
ing room in which to serve the sup-
per, then a feature of the Hop, it is
hoped that this space may now be
utilized for dancing.
In order to ascertain the number
of students who are still desirous of
securing tickets,. an application list
is to be open at the Union today and
tomorrow, between the hours of 11:00
and 12:00 o'clock, and from 3:00 to
5:30 o'clock. Members of all classes
who wish tickets are asked to add
their names to thai lint.
The Daily wishes to correct an er-
ror which appeared in yesterday's
paper, to the effect that booths would
be distributed today. The allotment
of booths will not be made until next
week, the exact date to be announced
later.f
A member of the Hop committee
will be at the Union during the hours
stated above, and it is requested that,
all questions in regard to tickets or,
arrangements 'for the Hop be present-!
ed there at that time.-
EXCLUSIVE
young men's haberdaskery on sale by

(Continued from Page One)
Jan. 18.-The Neue Freid Presse states
that the terms imposed by Austria-
Hungary upon Montenegro include the
surrender of all arms, including the
heirlooms which every Montenegrin
carries. All males are to be assembled
in one place and they are to hand over
their arms, whereupon they will be
sent to a certain district.
The women will be allowed to re-
main in some villages, notwithstand-
ing the fact that many acted as com-
batants and also aided in maintaining
communication lines with the Monte-
negrin army. The whole country is
to be searched throughout to insure
the complete surrender of arms and
to prevent the formation of guerilla
bands.
Surrender Enthuses Reichstag
Berlin, via Sayville,.L. I., Jan. 18.-
The news that Montenegro had agreed
to accept a separate peace with the
central powers was received with a
great ovation by the Reichstag today.
Evade Blockade Question
London, Jan. 18.-The question of
declaring anaactual blockade of Ger-
many and Austria will be evaded
shortly in the House of Commons. The
,government is now awaiting the views
of France and Russia before deciding
definitely.
The statement of King Gustave V
before the Swedish Riksdag yesterday,
warning against increasing usurpa-
tion by belligerents of greedy commer-
cial rights will not cause the slight-
est deviation from England's intended
policy of complete blockade, was the
opinion given here today.
Our Service
is always Gentlemanly, Courteous
and Prompt. Stark 2255. tr

SEE COUP D'ETAT IN
OF ALLIES

LANDING
IN GREECE

. ARCHER, '16E, Chairman.
. MULKEY, '16E.
POLLOCK, '17E.
MEADE, '17E, Secretary.
KORTICK, '18E.
BRIGGS, '18E.
[. MILLER, '19E.
. BIGGARS, '19E.
Honor Committee.

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