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TI ~HIGAN DAILY

HMINATIONS TO
BEGIN ON FEB.

7

nester examinations in the liter-
and engineering colleges will
tence, it was announced from
filce of Registrar Arthur G. Hall
rday, Monday, Feb. 7, and will
ane through Thursday, Feb. 17.
engineers will take their first ex-

amination at 8 o'clock of that day and
the lies at 9 o'clock. The examination
schedule is now being drawn up by
the committee in charge and will be
announced at an early date.
The first semester will close Fri-
day, Feb. 18, and the second semester
will begin the following Monday. All
literary students will file their elec-
tion blanks for next semester Thurs-
day and Friday, Jan. 27 and 28.

IHI[nES IADK 4AlONIN I
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Detroit, Mich., Jan. 6.-Every mem-
PRESIDENT EATON ADVISES A ber of the American Legion in the
STUDENTS TO ChECK state will be asked to aid in running
THEIR COATS down alleged draft dodgers when the
lists of those accused as slackers are
'Editor The Michigan Daily: received from Washington, it is an-
Through the columns of your paper nounced by state Legion officers here.
I briefly wish to bring to the atten- The lists, expected within a short
tion of the members of the Michigan time, are to be forwarded to the vari-
Union the question of thievery from lusposts with the request that the

GOODHEW FLORAL' CO.

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TYPEWRITERS
For Rent or Sale
Typewriting Done
Mulitgraphing
HAMILTON BUSINESS COLLEGE
STATE & WILLIAM

the Union cloak rooms.

Only last

hose Pictures That You
rouaht from Home.... .

week another valuable coaat wasl
"lifted" from the table in the base-
ment where its owner had left it for
an interval of five minutes. It seems,
very queer that a man attending col-
lege for its intellectual and practical
advantages cannot first realize. that
the victim of a theft might be in more
dire circumstances than the thief
himself, and second, remember that
honesty is one of the fundamental re-
quirements of success. But as there
is unfortunately this type at Michigan,
I again advise members to make great-
er use of the check room on the first'
floor and keep their possessions safe.
I would also like to call to yourI
attention the fact that magazines and
papers in the reading room are for
the use of ALL members. Therefore,I
the individual who maliciously tears
or cuts any publication to satisfy his
own personal desires infringes upon
the rights of others and deserves the
Just contempt of all men. It is sin-'
cerelyhoped the members will re-
member that they belong to one of
the finest clubs in the country and ac-
cept the responsibility of membership
by personally protecting its privileges.
PAUL W. EATON,
President Michigan Union.

members locate the men sought and
notify the proper authorities.
Legion officials estimate that the
Michigan list of alleged draft dodgers
may reach as high as 4,000 or 5,000.
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(From The U. of M. Daily, Jan. 7, 1890) Ladies Party Gowns a Specialty
"ATHWART DARK AFRICA"
Explorer It. M. Stanley's Lecture
As early as six o'clock last evening,
there was a crowd waiting in front of
University hall for the doors to be
opened. At seven o'clock there must
have been eight hundred people
crowding around the entrance. When
the doors were finally thrown open
there was a rush for seats, and by
seven-thirty fully three thousand per-
sons were in the hall. During the in-
terval before Stanley made his appear-
ance, the Chequamegon orchestra
played several numbers.
Finally, a little before eight o'clock,
the University Senate filed in and took
the seats provided for them on the Y O U R F U R S
platform.'
President Angell introduced Stanley are especially attractive to the
in a few well-chosen words, and then, burglar. We can protect you
amidst hearty applause, the great ex-
plorer stepped forward. against loss from burglary at
(Editor's Note: In order to bring home and HOLD UP while
out the changes in University customs, abroad for a comparatively small
.life, and general attitude during the premium. Can you afford to take
past thirty years, The Daily will print the chance? We are the largest
such clippings as the above every day.) wrters of Fire, Burglary, and
Tornado Insurance in the City
Cfty News and shall be pleased to advise you
both as to coverage and rates.

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Do you own one of
those comfortable old
homes with good solid
floors that have always
been painted?
If so, repaint the
floors this time with
Lowe Brothers' HARD
DRYING FLOon PAINT
-made {especially for
indoor floors.
It is particularly

adapted to the finishing
of kitchen and bedroom
floors..
A variety of attractive
colors to choose fron
-colors that will harmo-
nize with your rooms.
HARD DRYING FLOOR
PAINT is an economical
and lasting floor finish.
Easy to use-dries hard
and firm.

1'HE FULL D RESS CLOTHES AND
.>I)XT R JACKETS RECOMMENDED
I Y I'IAC/ILEY HA VE BEEN EXECUTED
,1 Y11r A RIPE UNDERSTA NDNING OIL TIIE
COPLJNE IAN'S REQUIREMENTS. THE
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AND NECESSARY MEASURE 4F.DIGNITY.
rf

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OSWALD A. HERZ
112 West Washington
Painting and Decorating

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Russell Bird, 22, of Ann Arbor, was
sentenced'to from 2/ to 5 years for
burglary by Judge Sample. He was
placed on parole about a year and a
half ago.
With the completion of the sewer
system in a few days, Hill street will
be ready for paving from State street
to Lincoln. The paving will probably
be done in the spring.
Dan Stockdale, 32, of Ypsilanti, was
brought in yesterday and held for ex-
amination January 13 on charge as
assault.
PRELiMINARY TRYOUTS FOR
CONTEST TO BE SATURDAY
The preliminary tryouts for the Ora-
torical association's extemporaneous
speaking contest will be held Satur-
day afternoon, Jan. 15. There are 25
students who will speak at this time.
Of that number 10 will be chosen to
take part in the final contest, Jan. 18.
No speeches will be permitted "on
the four main topics. A large list of
subjects is to be posted in room 304,
Mason hall, the morning of the tryout.
Each speaker will be expected to give
a seven-minute speech on one of these.
Two prizes will be awarded to the
winners of the final contest. The first
is a silver loving cup; the seconhl is
not yet decided upon.
FORMER S.A T. C. OFFICER
TRACK CAPTAIN AT IOWA
An article in the University of Iowa
News Letter states that Lester Dyke,
captain of the Iowa track squad, has
dropped competition in basketball that
he may participate in track. This was
done in accordance with a ruling of
the faculty of the college of medicine.
Dyke will be remembered here as the
commander of Company 16, S. A. T.
C., in the fall of 1918.

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TO ONE HOUR OF PLAY ON THE

Mrs. Fox was bragging one day about the large
number of her cubs.
"How many cubs do you bring into the world at
one time?" she asked the LIONESS.
"Only ONE," replied the Lioness-"but it's a
LION."
MURADS COST 20 CENTS for a BOX
of 10-BUT THEY'RE MURADS!*
MURADS would be lower priced if we left out
all or part of the 100O (lo Turkish tobaccos of the purest
and best varieties grown-or if we substituted inferior
grades of Turkish tobacco.
But they wouldn't beMURADS-they'donly be
Foxes!
"Judge for yourself--!"

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