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AY. JANUARY 27, 1920
EAS T HAS.HEAVIES T SNOW IN YEARS
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"~E MICH4IGAN DAILY .PALL T1HRZEU

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the regular team, while two, not yet,
decided upon., will, act; as ;alternates
Half of the group will fire at 1 o'clockt,
the other half at 3 o'clock? The scores
(will then be mailed to Ohio State .uni-
versity where they will be compared
with, the scores made by members}
of the Ohio State team While iring on
their own, range.
The; contests. with the University 01
Illinois and Corn~ell university, which
Fwere to have taken _ plac.e slinultane-
IOusly wi#th the Michigan-Ohlio Scat s
match, have been postponed until Feb,
17, due to the' fact that , both Illinois
andl Cornell requested National Rifle
'Association targets.' 1
Rifle practice will be held. on Wed-
nesday evening, during the. two weeks
.of examninations. Since there- will be}
no firing on Monday or. Thursday, af-}
ternoons during XLhis period Members

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PORTIA.N SOCIETY 1 Verm out bail Oppose Waterway
ELECT OFFCERSF Molntuelier, Vt., Jan. 2,5.-Thle state
El .ECTSOFFIERScommiitteL. on commerce submitted a
----- I #report to the legislature Wednesday
Members of Portia, Literary sobciety opposing the' St. Law renice waterway
selcte ne oficrs or he omiigproject as .a menace to New England
seete newa meingfr hecoaning railrc~ads, an expensive proposition
semste ata metig hld astev-to the east and< of doubtful? value as a
ening in Mason hall. Charlotte llag- powecr prowucer.
don. '25, was elected president; Mari-

Arcade-Jack Holt
a Man;m" comedy
review,

In "Making
anwf sport

Majestic. - "When . Knighthood
was In Flower.;" 9peci1al .ms
ica~l ScOre fJor enlarged Males-
tie -ochestra.
Orpheum- H. B.; Warner in "The
Sheik ot.- Araby;" comedy, "A
Ranch Romeo."

an Woodmansee, '23, vice-president;
Elizabeth Lieberman, '25, seereta ry,
andl Cornelia ShepherI, '25, treasur-
er. No program was given at this
meeting. Try outs for the society wvill
be held at the second meeting of the
Inew semester.
Try a Classified Ad-it nxv.-Adv.

Got Sornettling Lur satle? A Laly
he D)aily will (Ind it.--AtlV,

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LEARN TO DAiNCE
HLSEY'S
DANCE STUDIOS
(fours, 1-5, 7-101i'Wiiertli Arcade

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Tlhe "filgr oliowi w sue ,v win cleraag cair }iil tr Ia.k s neoar Syracusel, N,<'Y.

Sn #vcrmns extending over-a lperiodl or about three weeks have burieJ the
since 1874. Railroads have-been exerting every effort to keep their tracks clear.
village work'1men keep) the main highways toped. The photo <'bove show, olle of
road tracks of the hLeavy snows.

cast under the heaviest fall
Citizens are helping city and,
the plows used to cleal- rail-

of the .classes: held-. on tliose after- Wuerth Marie }Prevost,' n."kIer
noons may attend the Wednesday ev- Night of Nights;" Snub Pol-
enring'ratcs lard. in "Newly Rich;" Pathe
. anews.
ie o at Ne Li e A r e e tNew York, Jan. 26.--Coal m ine own-
ers in the Western Pennsylvania and Sa-hsWe
southwest Ileld already have tarken iGric Dtot -"he lt,
steps to negotiate new. agreem~ents( with Wagenhals and Kemper
with the miners on t.he, ba;-is of thte I cmay
agreement reached here in this week's hbr,,Mcia Dtot
conference between union -off icials1. ShBA e - Mihian~ I (D Trot)-e
and operators of the middle west, ( Riddle Woman."
John L._ Lewis, ,,president, of; thle
United Mine .Workers of America, an -______________
nounced tonight.
- If it's worth advertising, at ill, it's
Patronize. Daily Advertis'rs._-Adv. worth advertising In. the.Daily.-Adiv.

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Il~a. haN -May Visit Ecuador
Guayaiquil, Jan. 26---(ly .A.11.)---The
m inister in Washington is instr uct d
I W invite Secretary luglies to visit
mcuadlor after the Saniiago parley in
Patronize Daily advertisers.--Adv.

WOMEN'S RIFLE TEAM
MEETS 0. S. Do, TOA

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Chapneronfes for the dances tonight
,we as follows: .Armory-Miss Mar-
thla Mills; Union-MIrs. AT. Cake.

ATCHES WITH CORNELL
ILLINOIS SHIT FOR

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OF NIGHT 919

The biking section of Sic Faculty
Women's club w Nill m(eet at 2 o'clo~c
!this afternoon, ait 629 Forest avenne.
l3ikers Ire requnested to bring a cal)
and. saud W i3ihes.
Gynasiiumcilasses will meet at
their regular hours beoginning twithi
the firt-;day o-ofithe new semester.
I eart anAd lung exai~nation 3 are
required from all women who wish to
play in the initerhlouse basketball
tournament. The certificates. of the
exanminations, also a list of all thhe,
players on every house team, are re-
(7§uested to Ise left for Marianna Small-1
cwin the office oI lBarbom- gynns-'
All wvomen who wNish to take the
eol'ses in playground -work or in, aes-
f lhetic dancing for beginners 'as offer.
6dby tile department: of physical'
e ~hication 40or 'next semester, are re-
qunested to sign at once on the bulletinj"
lloard in Bairbour gymnasiumn., Tho
dancing course will be - given at 8,F
o 'clocic on Monday and1 Wednesday
~~eing n il ar'{onr I'gyllmaSiil.
Announcemlenit was made last nigh l F
pat the Delta lDelta Del;ta house of tbe
biar riage of'Ruth Gilbanms, '23, to
(;hire Maddc:en, '23D), which took pl'ac,,
-shortly be fore Christmasvaton
M adden is a member of Psi Oiclg',,
'aternizty. ..-
LAST TIME TODAY
H. B. WARNER
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' 7FEB. 17
INleiubmr of the women's- rifle team
which will shoot against the team of
Ohio State university at 1 and 3 0'-
elock this afternoon in room 330 of~
the ;Eigineeving building have been
chosen by Major Willis Sh1ippam zofl
the local R.O.rP&. They are as fol-
lows: Esther Willis, '23, Bernice Greg-
ory, '24, La Beryl Smart, '24, Mida Abi- '
buttt, '24, Virginia Cronin, '25, Beryl
4Schafer, '25, Marian Lawless, '26, Leo-
kayda Popowski, '26, Anna Wheeler)
'26, Ingrid Alving, '26, Elizabeth Par-
rott,- '26, and II. Hartwig.I
Of the twelve women called-to re-
p~ort for the match, ten will compose'

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Pocahontas and Coke
IM1MEDIATE DELIVERY

CORNWELL COAL

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SNUB PO~LLARD In""Newly sct

COMMON "AND FACE BRICK
CO RNWELL COAL
PHON ES 81-41 and 2207
Office -- Cornwell Block.

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Fine Dinners
11l-30 A.M. to 2IP. M., 50c
'5 P. M. to 7 P. MI., -60c

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12 to v P. 31. Price 0.00

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flid- Seasoan frl-iliner
IS D 3 tinV yecom ing
B RIMS that turn up in novel ways, long front pokes, noy-
elty tricornes, .smart Russian turb~fis, and picturesque
large types, all have thea-jr appeal aid place in mid-season
millinery. These, modes developed in visca cloth, three-ply
taff eta, timnbo, and other braids are the " most individual mil-
inery creations seen for the'present season. 'Embroidered felts
and felt-straw combinations,- are popular for street wear. Hat
prices range from. $7.50 to. $25.00.

Cosmopolitan Corporation presents
a CosmopOlitan 9outo
WE MAY ADD NO MORE
SPECIAL SATURDAY AFTERNOON

There is just 0 N E Chocolate
For the Ja~op--Tklat's

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ALL CILDREN........ 10 CENTS

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Veils of Chairm
L ATE veiling broadcasts fea-
ture a whimsical little veil
to wear over. the brim of the
new hat. It reaches nearly- to
the shoulders in an uneven line
and is a- tiny pattern veil the
Parisien e. herself sponsors., It
is of lace or of fine mesh :veiling
with a novelty border. Priced
from $1.50 to $5.00.

A .lover for the
Ebening Frock
A' ORNA MENT for the even-.
C.ing des to be really in
vok-uo, should have a touch of
silver. Thle color, may be deli-
cate orci(ii, ])right orange, or,
green, yet a touch of 'silver
.qnak s it, cha Tingly stylish.!
rho r yn,-l, flowers are priced
7.5c while the clusters range in
p1 i c 11.011 $4.50 1ii).

Due to the Insistence of Mr. W. S. Butterfield That Ann Arbor
Folks be Able to Witness, at REASONABLE PR.IDES, This AM -
sive Production That Is Selling in Other Cities at $2.00 Per et
Admissions will be
Every Evening .. ... ......0c
Week Day Matinees. . . . 25c--35c
(War Tax Included)
PRESENTATIONS EVERY DAY
2:00 -3:40-- 7:09--8:45
Feature starts exactly at these hours. .Comie early!

ORIGINAL M-BOX CHOCOLATES

Put up in Pound, Tw o Pound,
Three Pound and Five Pound' Boxps

Second .Floor

CQIPIJ'-( -TOIJ( iRIMV

M-Boxes are'Particulafly Appropriate

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