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The Daily Cardinal of the University
of Wisconsin is aided by the services
obs of12 young women.
The University of Cincinnati has on
its daily, an upper staff of seven mem-
us in bers, of which five are women, while
in col- four out of the 12 members of the
coun- upper staff of the University of Chi-

CAMP CUSTER TROOPS
NEED 5 MONTHS MORE
OFFICERS FROM INSTRUCTION
CAMPS FIGHTERS, SAYS
GENERAL

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cago's Daily Maroon, are co-eds.
Women comprise 50 per cent of the
news staff and 30 per cent of the edi-
torial staff of the University of Kan-
sas daily. The Indiana Daily Student
numbers six women on its upper staff,'
and -ten girl reportera. Cornell has
two women on the upper staff of its
paper.

nesota headsl
on its staff.

the "Minne- Special Shirt Sale. $1.50 and $2.00
nother edits values-89c. Wagner & Co. State'
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student pub-
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Camp, Custer, Battle Creek, Jan. 16.
-According to information given outr
by Major-General Parker, command-
ant at Camp Custer, the 85th division
can be thoroughly equipped and in
shape. to go overseas within five
months time, if the inclemency of the
weather does not prevent.
French Language Useful
A knowledge of the French languagey
increases the efficiency of officers 50'
per cent and adds to chances for pro-
motion among privates, Major-General ,
Parker stated. He also recommended;
that all the men in his command be,
insured.
Division to be Reviewed
The morale and physical perfection
of the division were outlined, and sev-
eral points in a new training schedule
which arrived recently from Washing-
ton were emphasized. -He also made
public for the first time that he had
arranged a review of .the division at
which Governor Sleeper is to be the
guest of honor.
Officers Are Commended
The general commended the work of
officers in his and other commands
who graduated from the officers' train-
ing schools by stating he never saw
better material nor more conscientious
effort in his army experience.
"These men came, into the army
to fight, not to secure soft jobs," he
stated, "and I am convinced from the
manner in which they are taking hold
that.they will be extremely courageous
in action."
22 WOMEN ENTER RED CROSS
SURGICAL !)IESSINOS COURSE
Twenty-two women enrolled Tues-
day in the new Red Cross standard
surgical dressings course at Angell
house.
The class was divided into two sec-
tions. Mrs. Evans Holbrook will con-
duct the afternoon class, which meets
from 2:30 to 4:30 o'clock, and Mrs.
George W. Patterson will have charge
of the morning class, from 9:30 to
11:30 o'clock.. Classes will meet'three
times a week until the course is com-
pleted.
CHARLES A. SINK ANNOUNCES
CANDIDACY FOR OFFICE

"Good Gracious Annabel
the Garrick.
"You're in Love" at the
ney, Friday, Jan. 18. /
TODAY
Majestic-"The Great
Way."
Rae-Harold Lockwood i
adise Garden." Also Jerry
dy.

* Wuerth-Taylor Holmes in"'
* Bit Seats." Also Comedy
* weekly.
* Arcade-Mabel Taliaferro
* "Draft 258," and Christie Com
* "Crazy by Proxy."

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N-Wool velours, kerseys and broadcloths
of rich soft texture.
Half and full lined models with cofihrs
of velvet, brown or taupe fur and self ma-,
terial.

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Today and tomorrow the big patri-
otic production, "Draft 258," will be
shown at the Arcade. In this feature
the supposed councils of the kaiser
and his war lords are produced, and
their plans to poison the minds of the
American people by means of a false
pacifism are uncovered. Through
this story Mable Taliaferro plays the'
part of Mary Alden, the girl patriot,
and represents the spirit of liberty.
She shames a millionaire into giving
up his profits and goes before the
draft board offering herselfto the na-
tion's service in place of her coward
brother. King's Daughters are sell-
ing tickets for this performance, the
proceeds to be used for work among
the poor. This organization has plac-
ed tickets on sale at the Union, Lane
hall, and at Newbetry hall.
The Daily's specialty is service to
everyone. Let us serve you.-Adv.

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Brown,

Burgundy, green, navy

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$35.00 to $45.00 Values at
$15.75

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Mr. Charles A. Sink, alderman from
the seventh ward, announced that he'
would become a candidate for the
Michigan House of Representatives,
at a dinner givqn for him Wednesday
night at the city Y. M. C. A.. Prof.
E. C. Goddard, acting dean of the Law,
school, Prof. E. R. Sunderland of the
Law school, and Regent 'Junius E.
Beal gave short talks urging Mr. Sink'
to take the step.

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Prices: zg Cents
Matinees a, 3:30. Nights 6:30, 8, 9:30
Saturdays-Sundays-Continuous
BOOKINGS FOR JANUARY
Thur-Fri-17-r8-Taylor Holmes in "Two
Bit Seats." Also Comedy and
Weekly.
Sat.-t9-Gail Bane in "Souls in Pawn."
Also 2-Reel W. S. Hart.
Sun-Mon-20-2i-Pauline Frederick in
Double Crossed." Also Keystone
Comedy, "Her Bused Debut." Zveyt-
ing 18c, 20 war tax-o.
'ues-Wed-22-23-Margery Wilsonin
"Without Honor." Also Comedy,
"A Counterfeit Scent," and Weekly.
Thur-Fri-24-25-Pauline Stark in "Until
They 'Get Me," Also Comedy, "A
Birthday Blunder."
Sat-26-Wm. Russell in "New York
Luck." Also 2-Reel W. S. Hart.

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WHITNEY TH
M. R. Williams, Manager
Most Impressive Event of the Season A Worthy Sueesi
13." the same Author and Composer-Otto Harbach and Rudolph Frimi
Friday Night, January :

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$25 to $55 Evening Gowns at Half
Chiffons, satins, taffetas-somne with
all-over net and cloth of silver, or with
velvet and silver trimming.
Side drape effects or with drapy
hustles.
Maize, peach, turquoise, orchid, sea
foam and black.
$55 to $70 Evening Coats Also Half
Luxurious velvets an(] satins beautiful.
ly lined, and heavily trimmed with

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