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six THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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We Can Make a
Dress Suit

Amateur Developing=-Printing
Enlargement,-
We have the equipment.
We've had the experience.
We deliver the best results in the state of Michigan
we are prompt.
O r uricts no 6lIi ~ier 1d an t .7.I
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which will look as if molded on you. It will
be the perfection of fit- and fashion, embody-
ing elegance and good taste.
Whether you respond to a toast, or lead
in a German, other men will admire your
suit and some may ask,"Who is your Tailor?"
But allow us time enough to put into your
suit those refinements which are the Hall-
marks of our work.

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MEWEH ER E TO BE
SPEAKER LT 'Y' METING

mainees
wednestay
and Sat

GARRICKweek o"
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DRESS SUITS,
FOR HIRE b
604 E. Liberty

ySHIRTS TO
ye ORDER
Malcolm Block

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S Develops Films, Makes Prints and En-
S w a t largements, Takes Groups and Views Any-
where Anytime, Home Portraiture a
Z13 E. Univ. Ave. Specialty. Is an All-around Photographer.

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Van's Quality Shoe Shop

PFor
O'SULLIVAN Rubber Heels
and Classy Work

114 S. University Ave,

- THE NEW SHOP

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F are equipped to do Gold
Leaf Stamping Embossing,
Engravin.g, Fine Printing
and Beautiful and Durable
Printing.
All of these are necessary to produce the various kinds of
dance and banquet programs, in which we lead
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THE MAYER-SCHAIRER CO.
AIN11 A R B 6 R ,M ICHIGAN
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Seetad~ry of F'oieigii1 Miden IBiard
Speaks at Arcade Theaire
Sinday Eveing
Brewer Eddy, of Boston, one of the
secretaries of the American Board of
Foreign Missions, will speak at the
"Y" meeting in the Arcade theatre
next Sunday evening.
With his brother, Sherwood Eddy.
the speaker has been of great influence
in missionary work. Sherwood Eddy
is most noted for his successful serv-
ices in the recent China campaign.
Mr. Eddy, who is a Yale graduate,
was a member of the famous Yale
Band, which was among the first stu-
dent organizations in the volunteer
movement. They carried the campaign
for foreign missions throughout the
New England States.
Although this will be Mr. Eddy's
first address to be given in Ann Arbor,
there are many students who have
heard him on other occasions. He
was also one of the main speakers at
the Student Volunteer convention held
ast year in Kansas City.
DEAN VAUGHAN TO READ PAPER
BEFORE CHICAGO CONFERENCE
Other Representatives from Medical
Faculty to Attend Meeting
of February 7
Dean Victor C. Vaughan, of the medi-
cal school, will attend the Conference
on Medical Education to be held in
Chicago, February 7, S and 9. Dean
Vaughan will read a paper on "The
Minimum Requirements for Admission
to Medical Schools." Representatives
will attend this meeting from all medi-
cal schools, and from all universities
which give preliminary medical educa-
tion. Several other members of the
faculty of the medical school may also
attend the meeting.
ailENORAII ELECTS OFFICERS;
BERllOWITZ IS PRESIDENT
At its meeting held in Newberry hall
Sunday evening, the Michigan branch
of the intercollegiate Menorah asso-
ciation elected the following officers
for the second semester: President,
Jacob H. Berkowitz, 'GE; vice presi-
dent, David S. Dann, '19M; secretary,
Jacob M. Braude, '18; Treasurer, Char-
les L. Kaufman, '17; librarian, Sarah
Goodwin, '17; reporter to Menorah
Journal, Abraham J. Levin, '16; and'
representative to the administrative
council, Henry Weinstein, '17E. The
administrative board will be composed
of the officers and Abraham J. Levin,
'16, andHarry Rabinowitz, '16L.
Engage First Woman Lecturer
Paris, Jan. 24.-For the first time in
history a woman is to deliver lectures
at the College of France. Madame
Ioteyko will begin today to deliver a
course of lectures on the effect of
fatigue on the motor functions.
The lecturer is a Pole who has for
15 years been the head of the psycho-
logical laboratory in Brussels. Her
lectures will be principally a history
of fatigue on the motor functions as
observed for use in determining occu-
pations for the maimed soldiers.
BUSIESS OPPORTUNITY
Just right for two students; $4,000
takes established business clearing
over $200 per month. If you mean
business, writ-, Michigan Daily, Box
XX. nov27tf
Orders for five or more copies of the
J-lop Edition delivered without extra
]charge.

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Shows at 3:00, 6:30, 5:oo, 8 :30
Tuesday, Jan. 25-"The Cowardly Way,"
a five-part h'quitabhe feature with
Ilorence Reed as the star.
Wednesday,Jan. 25--Alice Brady in "The
Rack." A World feature in'five parts.
Thursday, Jan. 27-Ethel Barrymore in
"Tae Final Judgment." Metro return.

fDDGE BROTHERS

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Factory Hat Store
118 E. Huron St.

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h aine aTeatre
-ONE 1%NI'HT OLY-
Thursday, Jan,.27
(eorge iMe:ltmanw.2 Latest
Musical Comedy
W~iti the ("righlnal Star Cast

For business, for shopping, for
the children on their way to
school - these Winter cars
will prove a blessing to every
member of the family.

WINTER. CAR

And their attractiveness does not
end with the weatherproof quality,
They are dignified and graceful in
design. The appointments are in
good taste and the finish inside and
outside is beautiful.

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The motor is 30-35 horsepower
The price of the Winter Touring Car or Roadster,
complete, including regular mohair top, is
$950 (f. o. b. Detroit)

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SALINE, MICHIGAN

A Fine $2.00 a I ay House located on
Electric Line and nine miles from Ann Arbor.'
We serve special din-iers to small Banqtiets,
Clubs and Parties. Phone 63
Regular 50c-Meals-Special $1.00
C'A1R4L SCH LE Pop

tis season,."

Staebler & Sons

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LY CEVM THEATRE
DETIOIT
PERFORMANCES ONLY
Matinee and F R I]DAY, JANUARY 28
Night
The Bosn rand Oera Co.

CITY NEWS
Greeks Hold Sunday Brawl
Nick Kones, a Greek, was injured
in a Sunday afternoon brawl on Broad-
way, after several of his countrymen
had entered his home, and pelted him
with beer bottles and stones.
Kones had stopped one of the bottles
wvith his head and had received a long
deep gash, which came dangerously
near the eye, and when help arrived
the wound was bleeding profusely.
The police department was notified
and the officers took Pete Manos and
John Katapolos into custody, after
they had tried to start trouble a second
time. The men were arraigned before
Justice of the Peace W. G. Doty yes-
terday morning and through the aid
of interpreters protested their inno-
cence. Justice Doty fixed the bail of
each at $50, setting Saturday morning
at 10 o'clock as the time for trial, and
the prisoners were taken back to jail.
After they had spent a few minutes
in the cell they notified the police
that they would change their plea.
They were again taken before Judge
Doty and fined $10 and costs of $4.40.
Crook Wanted Here Arrested in South
According to information received by

119 W. Washington

TODAY AT
3:00 p.M.

ThMIGRfl'AT
-LI a 7:3G-9 p.n .

Phones 8 and 85

C - E D " - - - - THE OLEGEGIRLSFROLIC
CHAS. & MADELINE DUNBAR - - A1MA L
RALPH BAYHL & CO. N THE - -
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BILL PRUITT
HOUSELEY & I

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NICHOLS-

Chief of Police Frank Pardon, Arthur home after a brief ililn:s. She had
Stone, who was wanted in this city been ill less than a week and her

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PAVLOWA Imperial Ballet Russe
M A T I N E U T ' P aster
FRIDAY M 64 99Puccini'IL'Kse
At 2:oo P. M. Opera is
Four Act:;
With Teyte, Marcel, Martin, CI Imers, Mardones, Puliti, Ananian.
Followed by "SPANISH BALLET"
With PAVLOWA an her BALLET RUSSE
FIDA
NIGT tl'A
At 8:oo P. M.
With GIOVANNI Z4NATELLO as CANIO
Followed by 'CO PPELIi ." (Complete in Two Acts)
With PAVLOWA and the Imperial BALLET RUSSE
PRICES: Lower Boxes (5 Seats) 33o; U.pper Boxes (4 Seats) $2o; Orchestra and
Four Rows Circle, t'5; Balance Orche tra Circle, $4; Balcony, $3; Balcony Circle,
$2; Gallery, $i.
SEAT SALE NOW.-MAIL ORDERS /ACCEPTED. Steinway Piano Used.

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for burglarizing two homes, was ar-
rested in Rockwood, Tenn., for rob-
bing a postoffice.
He was tried on the charge, pleaded,
guilty, and sentenced to three years
in the penitentiary at Atlanta, Georgia.
It is probable that the local authori-
ties will prefer a charge against him
when he has served his time in that
prison.
Mrs. Dora Sheldon Dies
Mrs. Dora A. Sheldon, 1425 Pontiac
street, died yesterday morning at her'

condition was not considered serious
until a few hours before her death.
She is survived by a husband and
two children, also by her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Clary Clymer, and a
brother, Oscar Clymner, Jr. The faner-
al will be held from the residence
Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock,
with the Reverend A. W. Stalker of-
ficiating. Interment will be made in
Fairview cemetery.
The Ann Arbor Press-Phone No. 1.

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