......_F HE MICHIGAN DAILY
i Florida Strawberry sunaaes
ing served at Tice's Fountain
Creole pralines (original) fromn New
Orlean's at Tice's Drug Store, 117 So.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Ad"
'Enslan Editor Has Typhoid Attack
James Frey, '22, organizations ed-
itor of the Michiganensian, is confin-
ed in St. Joseph's sanitarium with an
attack of typhoid fever. It. was re-
ported last night that the case was not
a serious one.
AT THE T
SUITS and OVERCOATS
Majestic-- Sessue Hayakawa in
"Li Tang Lang" Pathe News
and a Universal comedy, "A
Arcade-Wesley Barry and Col-
leen Moore in "Dinty." Also
a comedy, "Rookeries and
Squawkeries," Bray Comic
Bray Picto, and Fox News.
Wuerth-Earl Williams in "The
Romance Promoters," andHall
Room Boys comedy.
Orpheum - Viola Dana in
"Blackmail," and an episode of
HATS, CAPS, GLOVES
AND ALL FURNISHINGS
PARNALL SAYS HOSPITAL PLAN
WILL BENEFIT STATE DOCTORS
Referring to the fears of the state
physicians in regard to the plan about
to be adopted by the University hos-
pital, Dr C. G. Parnall, superintendent
of the hospital stated, "The plan we
have will in the long run prove bene-
ficial to the physicians of the state,
Ialthough it may not appear to do so
Physicians will,bunder the new sys-
tem, be able to bring their patients
here from outside for diagnosis, and
take them away again when they have
found out the trouble, keeping the
patient in charge all the time.
PROF. RANKIN TO ADDRESS
MONTHLY MEETING OF D. A. R.
Prof. Thomas E. Rankin will talk
on "The Influence 'of the War on Lit-
erature," at the regular monthly meet-
ing of the Sarah Caswell Angell chap-
ter of the D. A. R., to be held at 3
o'clock, tomorrow afternoon at the
home of Mrs. Junius E. Beal, 343 South
Fifth avenue. The committee on the
welfare of women and children has
requested contributions of old coats
and shoes from the members.
EDITORS OF TRADE PAPERS
CONFER WITH DR. BURTON
Editors of trade papers and mag-
I azines of the state were here yesterday
upon the invitation of President Mar-
ion L Burton. Following a session in
the President's office in the morning,
the visitors were shown over the
campus and taken through the build-
ings which would be replaced by new
ones under the proposed building pro-
gram of the University.
Greatest Comedy Hit
SMASHING NEW YORK AND CHICAGO SUCCESS
With an Exceptional Cast
MONDAY, JAN. 24
Direction of George C. Tyler
"Clarence' is the best light comedy ever written by an American."-
New York Tribune.
20 Per Cent Oft
Garrick (Detroit)- "Scandal,"
Cosmo Hamilton's clever com-
edy, with June Walker, Charles
Cherry, and Corliss Giles.
Two COMPLETE STORES
one of the finest musical com-
edies on the stage, with Elean-
ore Painter, on the second suc-
$16.00 Shoes, now ..... .$12.80
ENGAGEMENT OF HENRIETTA
KUIECK, '21, IS ANNOUNCED
The engagement of Henrietta Laura
Kuieck, '21, of Grand Rapids, to Arthur
John Van Vaulkenberg, of Detroit,.
was announced at Betsy Barbour
house last night.
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
The. Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Capital and Sarplus, $625i,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.
Thousands of Big
are shut down
$15.00 Shoes, now.....
$14.00 Shoes, now...... 11.20
$13.00 Shoes, now ...... 40.40
$12.00 Shoes, now .....
$10.00 Shoes, now .......8.00
Determined to close out completely all Winter Shoes-
Oxfords and Pumps-for Men and Women.
This cut takes care of three different things:
The Break in Wholesale Prices
Any Further Break that may happen in Spring
And Our Usual Mid-Winter Reductions
A MOST FAVORABLE CHANCE TO BUY HIGH GRADE
They are using this waiting
time laying plins to
Bigger Than Ever
when they start again.
That's what all the leading
trade papers are saying-
and their editors know.
When they start
And that will be very soon,
They will want
115 South Main Street
L SSlI THIS and Heart - Throbs
CLUMN COLUMN with the Charm or
CLOSES C A F TSI IED an American College
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING IAT 3?.M n mrcn olg
More than ever before.
LOST AND SOUND
LOST-Botany notebook and Wagner's
Spannish grammar. Name Leland in
cover of notebook, Bastian in gram-1
mar. Finder please turn in to Sec-
retary's office, U-Hall. 76-3
LOST-Doubled black bag from car
on either North U., State or Huron
Sts. Notify N. F. Tibbetts. Whit-
ney Hotel. Reward. 76-4
LOST-Small Conklin fountain pen.
Left in Registrar's office or lost on
Campus or State St. Thursday noon.
Finder please call 810. 76-3
LOST-Between Arcade Cafeteria and
Division St., Sunday evening, longl
brown wool glove for right hand.
Phone 498-J. 77-2I
LOST- Delta -Sigma Phi fraternity
pin. Initials "H. C. H." on back.I
Finder kindly phone Hunt. 269-W.
LOST - One gold Eversharp pencil1
with the name Alva V. Moore. Phone
1421-J. Reward. 76-3l
LOST-Slide rule on Saturday. In-
itials K. M. Call 2708-M. 77-2
' FOB A LE
FOR SALE-New Fox Portable Type-
writers, No. 2. A new model with1
many novel improvements. Price
$50. Wesley Marston, Agent, 1951-R.
555 Packard. 76-6
WANTED-A roommate, preferably an
upperclassman for a nice front room
second floor. Apply at once be-
tween six and seven P. M., 110 So.
Ingalls. Phone 1722-W. 77-3
WANTED-To rent suite for two., Pre-
ferably with private family. Box
H. X., Daily Office. 77-3
WANTED-To rent a furnished house
for twenty students. Apply Box H.
T., Daily. 73-7
FOR RENT- Large, front suite of
rooms, steam heated, block from
campus. Address Box F. L., Daily
FOR RENT- Single front room with
private family. No other roomers in
house. Phone 2560-W. 76-3
LIKE A CHECK FROM HOME? Build
up an income bearing business dur-
ing the summer that lasts the year
round. Call at National Casualty
Co. Agency, at 310 State St., and let
us explain. 75-6
LOCKSMITH, all kinds door and trunk
keys. Repairing locks and fitting
keys a specialty. Phone 2498. Dell
of this waiting time and fit
Yourself for a fine position
--One that will put you on
the income tax
Begin a course in
SCHOOL OF SHORTHAND
ok, four shares of preferred and
shares of common. B. D. Wool-
Johnstown, Ohio. 13
SALE-Typewriter. Latest L. C.
th model. Call room 305, U-Nall
n 1-2 P. M. 76-2
711 N. University Ave.
THERE IS a fine opening for a good
dentist in Berrien Springs, 'Mich.
A good office room can be had
centrally located. Correspond with
T. W. Reynolds, Berrien Springs,