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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MR. MICHIGAN STUDENT :-
After reading many advertisements and articles by The Daily about
superior workmiianship and never-before-heard-of quality in J-H~op Pic-
tures, you may ble interestedl in knowing just who got those really worth
while.
Without even as much as asking for a single picture I made just 18
J-Hop1 House Party- Pictures.
It may seem strange, but these orders all came to me by telephone
and now if you really wvait to know abotut this superior quality stuff, take
the troub~le to look at the other fellows and then a peep at the prints in
my window. Remember, 1 have a print from each and everyl negative 1
mrade, on exhibition.
I I ave a look and lete nricne oce and for all who dielivers the goods
when it comes to Pictures.
Yours truly,

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SPECTIL SUT S oFF'ER
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OFFER GOOD FEB. 15th
LATEST MODEL NUMBERS

TO 29th INCLUSIVE
VISIBLE WRITING

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Any style, type-any length car-
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without extra charge.
Instruction and Practice Books
Pree.
All Machines Positively Guaranteed
TWO YEARS
Sample Machines
on Display at
GEORGE WAHR'S
BOOKSTORE
318 SOUTH STATE STREET
Representative wilt, be in Ann Arbor
during the two -weeks and may be seen
at WAHR'S STATE STREET STORE.

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IUNITED TYPEWRITER CON
DETROIT, MICHIGAN

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GERMANY'SDECLARAION
REOPENS LUSITANIA CASE,
Question of Submarine Warfare Still
in Abeyance Due to New
Course
Washington, Feb. 16.-Germany's de-
clared intention of attacking all mer-
ehantmen without warning after
M~arch 1, has interrupted a settlement i
of the Lusitania controversy--more '
than that it has reopened the whole
question of submarine warfare.
In effect the German government, if
it is to give the United States the sat-
isfaction it demands, must practically
revoke its recently proclaimed declara-
tion that armed enemy merchant ships
are to be regarded as auxiliary ships
of war.
Before accepting the satisfaction
which Germany has agreed to give for
a settlement of the Lusitania contro-
versy the United States, it was author-
itatively stated at the State Depart-
ment this afternoon, probably will in-
sist on having a written statement
fronm Berlin that Germany in its new
submarine campaign will not attack
without warning enemy merchant'
ships armed for defense.
Whether Germany is to accept this
new dictum is a matter of doubt. In
any event the prediction was made
tonight in German embassy quarters
that prolonged correspondence be-
tween the two governnments is bound
to ensue.
UFER A 1) MURIPHY MAKE
RE'S'T1r~j FOR FIVE LAPS
(Continuied fromi Page Th~1ree)

Matinees EA f i Week of
IWednesday GARRICK Fe. 4t
and Nr. Fe, 4t
DETROIT
THE GREAT MUSICAL REVUE
ARCADE
Shows at 3:00, 6:30. 8:00, 9:30
Thurs., Feb. 17 - - Francis X. Bushman
and Beverly Bayne in "Pennington's
Choice." iMetro.
Fri., Feb. iS-Valli Valli in "Her Debt
of Honor." Metro.
Sat., Feb. i9-Bickel & Watson in "The
Pot ticians," Kleine. Also Part 15
"Trip Around the World."

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Tonight at- 7:30
= an d 9 o'clock
There wvill be shown
for the first time.
here a most delight -
ful -and original
_- Musical offering. It
is.,paid to be the -
= best of the year and
= ~ the endorsements
==are such as to con-
vince the manage-=
ERmen t that they
Smake no mistake in advertising it as such.
2Don't miss it. It is called "AROUND THE
STOWN" and it is a mental vacuum cleaner
2that will give you a wonderfully new and happy view, of
life, with a great cast of funmakers. A complete prod uc-
2tion in five scenes with
- EARL S. D E WGRS"m"a
2Set the trip to the moon in the 25- passenger Zepelin. The
most modern and realistic cabaret scene ever shown
_ on the stage. The famous Runaway, and then
an important part is the most shapely and=
_ 25 -Captiaing Chorus that Can Sing and ance-25
2Here is a tip-get seats in advance if you want to. get in.2
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so enthusiastic in the promulgation of
this work that he has prepared his talk
to help it along. He spok~e in Boston
just a short time ago in order to try
out his slides, and the results were
such that he believes they will prove
very interesting and successful here
Sunday. He has over 130 slides which.
hie will show at that time.
FALL OF ERZERIUM, FORTRESS
OF TUJRKISHI CAUCASUS
AR:MYI, TO MErN 0OF CZAR,
IS N OF FICI ALLY REPORTED)
(('ontinued from Page One)
brought a formal protest to the State
Department by the German. govern-
mtent.
As a result of the protest Secretary
Daniels of the navy department an-
nounced this afternoon that he would
hold a conference with the neutrality
board to determine whether the regula-
tion under which the announcement
was suppressed can be properly modi-
fied.
Bulgarian 't'own Snfters Air Raid
London, Feb. 16.-Thirteen aero-
planes raided the town and camps of
Strumitza, Bulgaria, yesterday, drop-
ping 158 bombs. Several fires were
caused. All the machines returned
safely,
intercollegiate
Syracuse-The constitution of the
senior council at Syracuse has been
amended so as to make the basketball
manager an ex-oflicio member of the
organization.
Pennsylvania - Interclass rushes
have been pernmanently abolished at
the University of Pennsylvania owing
to the death of one student and sev-
eral injuries in the recent bowl-fight.
Yale--At the first call for candidates
or the Yale navy onle lhundred and
seventy men responded, The crew has
peen given two new shells and a new
launch.
Califoria-It is reported that Eddie
Mahan, captain of the Harvard foot-
ball teanm of last fall, will coach the
backfield of the California squad next
year.
Yae-Clinton Black, captain of the
Yale football eleven, who has been
con lsidered ineligible in athletics, has
removed his disqualifications by pass-
ing his senlesier wami.nations.
'few York Fi tversit) ---Tpe enroll-
nient of the \ Nw York university hA
~reached total of 752)j s uclents, which
i- 964 more 'liwi lust Y,,; a.
litroulize lilly Atserlizers.

SENAITE PASSES RESOLUTION
TO INVESTIG4ATE RAILWAYS
Washington, Feb. 16.-By a vote of
45 to' 23, the senate today passed the
Newlands resolution authorizing an
inquiry into railway conditions by a
joint committee of congress, the pur-
pose of which will be to determine
what changes should be made in fell-
eral laws regulating interstate rail-
ways,
The inquiry was recommencsed by
['resident Wilson. The Newlands reso-
lution now goes to the House, It
passage by that body is assured.
Full authority is given the sub-con-
mitt~ee to report upon the feasibility

of g overnm~ent o',vnership and operas
tion of such public utilities as rail-
way*s, express, telephone and tele-
g;rapli companie..
Organiize Ndewv Section in Rhetoric
iOwing to-the large enrollment in
Course 14 in Rhetoric (Newspaper
Writing), MK. L. L. Bryson has ar-
ranged a new section which will meet
on the reg'ular days At 10:00 o'clgck
in room 201, West Hall.
All those desiring to enroll in this
section are asked to meet in this rgpm
at 10:00 o'clock on Friday moqrning.
j INI MicHigan .M~ilt' for the rest of

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HALL WILL RFLATE
EXPERIENCES 'WITHl
AMBULANCE CORPS
(Contlinued from Page One)
represented by two, and if from this
school of twelve hundred students
money can be raised for two ambu-
lances it surely ought to be possible
to get one or more from Michigan.
"There has been no Western or
middle Wester'n university which has
' Olowcd the mark set by these East-
ern schools. This is Michigan's op-
portunity and if they take advantage
of it, it will not be long before other
Western colleges are following their
example. Every ambulance sent over
there if rh~~ed to indicate the uni-
versity it glas mw from. Michigan.
needs that represen~tst: ij, say noth-
lng of Mhe work which will b qdane
withi the au I~ttgnce. At present there
are over 160 mtdce which have
b leen sent from :the jAA( _d States,
though not all of these have com~e from
colleges."
Louis P. lialljr., was drivinag an am-
bulance for Dartmouth college at the
time of his brother's d ,ith, andl he is

Why You Should See The ALL NATION REVUE11
Beginning Tomor'row

Start the series of advertisements which
fully explain the nature, purpose, and
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