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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

)ur Reduced

Prices on

OVERCOATS

IT WILL PAY YOU

K. MALCOLM

604 EAST LIBERTY STREET

Li II EIJ

ANTI-TIiSECTION HAS
LITTLE SUPPORT HERE
ANN ARBOR MEDICAL MEN FAVOR
STAND TAKEN BY RED
CROSS
Anti-vivisectionists, who are oppos-
iug the appropriation of Red Cross
funds for the establishment of a re-
search hospital behind the American
lines in France, are receiving no sup-
port in Ann Arbor. Information ob-
tained at Red Cross headquarters yes-
terday indicates that local supporters
of the organization are entirely in
sympathy with any moment that will
in any way relieve or eliminate the
suffering of the armies in the field.
Prominet physicians of the city voic-
ed their disapproval yesterday of this
last move to impede the efficiency of
the Red Cross work.
Dr. W. B. Hinsdale, dean of the
Homoeopathic school, said, "It goes
without saying that human life is
more precious than the lives of the
animals that are used for research
work. The same reason that makes
this work necessary at home makes
it more imperative for the soldiers
who are subject to conditions and dis-
eases unfamiliar to a state of norm-
al living. The use of animals for the
prevention of sickness is no differ-
ent than the use of animal flesh for
food. I think the anti-vivisectionists
have a right to see that animals do
not suffer unnecessarily, but they cer-
tainly serve a good purpose if through
experiment human suffering can be
averted."
"It is a question of saving guinea
pigs or soldiers," said Dr. C. G. Darl-
ing, "and it seems that our misguided
Red Cross supporters would prefer
to save the pigs."
"If our friends would take the'
trouble to really inform themselves as
to the results attained by such re-
search," Dr. D. W. Myers stated, "and
as to the actual absence of suffering on
the part of the animals used, ' there
would be no such an institution as the
anti-vivisectionist society."
Dr. T. D. Yeomans of the Homoeo-
pathic school, says, "Discussion seems
needless. The need for research has
been taken for granted for years by
the medical profession. It seems a
self-evident fact that one soldier's life
is worth a million guinea pigs."

°° °"° WELCOME STYLES IN
1918
ingerie Blouses
8 Si e
0at $100
g Others At $2, $2.95, $3.95
o8 Waists of White Voile, Fancy Tissues and
Novelty Lawn; principally in pretty trim-
med styles with lace and embroidery; many
Q 0 wvith plaited and tucked front and hem-
stitched. fist the styles for house wear.
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and B1Bue. One, Two or Three Stars.
Gold Plated, Sterling Silver and Solid Gold.
25c to $1.50
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NICKELS ARCADE

just Recieved
"How to be a Soldier"
By Brainless Bates
25c per copy
Sheehan & Co.
Arbor Detroit

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Specially Priced
Cold Weather Clothes
Sleeveless vests of china silk, warmly padded
be worn under one's coat for extra warmthT-
95c and $1.95-because they're in our Cleair-
Sweaters are clearing, too-light Shetland
in a variety of attractive colors-and good,
ry sport sweaters, at
$5.95 to $9.95

AVIATION CORPS ENROLLS 150
MEN FOR FLYING SCHOOLS
(Continued from Page One)
that his work is not satisfactory, he
will be dismissed from the school.
Upon completion of his work in the
ground school, which may be at Har-
vard, University of California, Univer-
sity of Ohio, or Chicago, or any of
the several other institutions where
the government has located them, the
student goes to an army school where
he learns more .of the airplane and its
operation. His next step is to the
flying school, either in the United
States or abroad, but more often in this
country. All flyers get commissions.
The first is usually that of second
lieutenant. Later, advanced air work
brings a first lieutenancy. An in-
crease in pay of about 20 per cent is
granted flyers who are sent overseas.
While in the ground schools, the em-
bryo flyer is given pay of $100 per
month and 60 cents a day for mess.
He is treated in this respect much as
is an officer, furnishing his own equip-
mnent, and boated,
Flying Only Branch Open
At present, the only branch open to
men of draft age is flying. There are
a few non-flying positions open to
those who are above the draft age, or
who are expert gas engine men. Bal-
loon and observation sections are not
open.
Men Subject to Draft
Men subject to draft may apply for
commission, provided, they have
not been enlisted in the national army.
Upon their acceptance in the school
for aviators, the draft board will be
notified of their status and men in
class 1A, automatically fall into a
lower class on the draft rolls.
Captain Magoffin advised those who
had been called for exanlination, and
who are awaiting call for duty, to re-
main in college or at their present
occupation till summoned. He said
that he wos well pleased with the
number of men who came to talk over
the field with him during his short
visit to the University. Captain Mag-
offin was captain of the '07 football
squad.

SCHOOLS DECLARED EXEMPTED
FROM GENERAL CLOSING ORDER
(Continued from Page One)
"Both will be in effect Friday and
the state expects that everyone affect-
ed to live up to them."
Appeals for aid continued to reach
the capital today. Scores of towns
and villages throughout the lower pen-
insula are without fuel and there is
no relief in sight.
lRESH LITS MUST PAY DUES
TO BE ADMITTED TO MIXER
"Ike" Fischer's orchestra will fur-
nish the music for the fresh-lit mixer
to be held from 2 to 5 o'clock Satur-
day afternoon in Barbour gymnasium.
Only freshmen who have paid their
class dues for both semesters will be
admitted.
Dues are 25 cents a semester and
may be paid at the door of the gym-
nasium Saturday or to the treasurer
oi the class, who will be in the gen-
eral library from 2:30 .to 4 o'clock
Friday afternoon.
Recreation makes for 1Efflciency.
"We try to treat yOU right." Hupton
Bros.-Adv. tf.
Nights: Orch- CA A i11 K Pop.Mats Wed
estra S1.50&$2 U 1. MndEU2
BalanceHouse ETROITSa.,2
25c to $1400 DETROIT to s1o
Arthur Hopkins presents Clare Kummer's
Comedy
GOOD!GRACIOUS!! ANNABELLEU!
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WHAT'S GOING ON

TODAY

The Orpheum Theater has been
closed for the last two weeks to save
fuel; also the management is glad to
comply with the recent order of the
fuel administration and close the
Wuerth Theater on Monday and Tues-
day. This will cause some change in
the bookings. Watch the Wuerth ads
for the coming attractions to be an-
nounced.- Adv.
Gasoline 23c, Polarine 60. Staebler
a Co., 117 8. Ashley St-Adv.
RAE THEATRE
TODAY-MARGARETA FISH.
ER in "THE GIRL WHOI
COULDN'T GROW UP."
Also Helen Holmes.
MAJESTIC
THE AT R E
QUALITY PHOTOPLAYS
PRICES-10c and 1 c-PRICES
Shows: 3-7-8 :30-Eastern Time
Friday, Jan. 18
JUNE ELVIDGE
-in-.
"THE TENTH CASE"
Also Salmon Fishing in
New Brunswick
Saturday, Jan._ 19
"DIAMONID AND
PEARLS'
(A Very Big Feature Play)
-and-
The Pathe News
SPECIAL MATINEE FOR
CHILDREN SATURDAY-ALL
SEATS............ ....e
#!#lltltt!#IH" tlltt#!!#1lllltlil lll L
WuerthTheatre =
. Prices: r Cents
= Matspps a, 3;3O. Nights :0 :0 t9:3o'
Saturdays-usdas-Cont uos _
. BOOKINGS FOR JANUARY
Thur-Fr-i-7-:8.Tnylor Holmes in "Two
Bit Seats." Also Comedy a~nd
WVeekly..
Sat.-ig-Gail Kane in "Souls in Pawn."
Also 2-Reel W. S. Hart.
Sun-Mon-20-21-Pauline Frederick in
= Double Crossed." Also. Keystone
Comedy, "Hor Bused Debut." Evn-0.
- s in8c,'2c war tax-2p.
ETues-Wed-22-23-lrgr Wilson in
"Withlout Honor." Also Comedy,
"A Counterfeit Scent," and Weekly. Z
-Thur-F1vl-24-25-Pauline Stark in "Until =*
SThey Get Mfe." Also Cowed,"
Sat-26-Wm. Russell in "New Yor1
Luck." Also 2-Reel W. S. Hart.
tl!H lt#1[lltt!lttt[tIIIE M tllt

6:45 o'clock- Zoological
club meets in room Z-231,
Science building.
7 o'clock-Social at the

Journal.
Natural
Baptist

Heavy Bathrobes of1
ded Japanese silk,
$2.95, $3.95

beacon blankets and of

and $5.95

fain and Liberty Streets

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Store opens 8 A. M.,-closes 5 P. M.

ITRIES AWAIT ORDERS
ON FUEL ADMINISTRATION
Continued from Page One)
. They have received four car-
of coal and have assurance of
when that is exhausted. The
f Administrator Garfield order-
industries to close for five days
eep the plant closed until Wed-
if orders are received to that
but they will be sure to be open'
dnesday, according to Mr. H. D.
nan, a manager.
arker Company Undecided
Parker Manufacturing company
t decided whether to close or
open. Their coal supply is
or one day but they have been
small lots daily and have been
even wood at times. This will
ly not force them to close im-
ely unless the closing act takes
Other manufacturing plants are
ng action also.
University Not Included
[Jniversity is not included in the
law because all county,"state,
d government buildings and in-

stitutions are exempt. The only ac-
tion taken regarding the fuel shortage
was the passing of a resolution by the
Board of Regents yesterday empower
ing the President and the acting sup-
erintendent of buildings and grounds
to conserve fuel in all ways possible.
Social To Be Held at Baptist Church
Young people of the Baptist and
Christian churches will hold a social
at 7 o'clock tonight in the Baptist
church.
This social will take the form of
a carnival, and is to be featured by
the presentation of a minstrel show.
Other attractive characteristics of the
modern carnival have also been ar-
ranged, and following the program a
box auction will be held.
Indiana Women Roll Bandages
Women in the University of Indiana
turn out 500 bandages a day for the
Red Cross.

church for Baptist and Disciple stu-
dents and friends.
7:15 o'clock-Alpha Nu literary so-
ciety meets in Alpha Nu rooms, Uni-
versity hall.
O d'clock-Mdichigan-Northwestern
debate in Hill auditorium.
8 o'clock-Mieligan-Indiana basket-
ball game in Waterman gymnasium.
8:30 o'clock-Freshman engineer
dance at the Michigan Union.
8:30 o'clock-Catholic.student dance
at the Packard academy,
TOMORROW
2:30 o'clock-Fresh lit mIxer in Bar-
bour gymnasium.
7 o'clock-Upper Room Bible class
meets at 444 South State street.
7:30 o'clock-Open meeting of the
Student Volunteer band in Lanehall.
8:30 o'clock-Round-Up club dance
in Packard academy.
U-NOTICES
The Varsity band will meet at 7:80
o'clock tonight in Hill auditorium.
Tryouts for the Mid-West debating
squads will be held at 7 o'clock, Tues-
day night, Jan. 22, in room 302 Mason
hall.
SAturday will be the last day for
Michiganefisn sittings.
Act 2 of "The Tragedy of Nan" will
rehearse at 2 o'clock today in U iver-
sity hall. Act 3 will follow at 3 o'clock.
Rehearsals for Saturday morning will
be asafollow*;Act 1 at 9 o'clock,
act 2 at 10 o'clock, act at 11 o'clock.

Shows at 3:oo, 6:30, 8:oo, 9:30.
(Eastern Standard Time)
5 c Unless Otherwise Specified.
'niurs-Fri-1 7-1 8-Mabel Taliaferro in
"D~raft 258" and Christie Comedy,
"Crazy by I'roiy," 20c.
Sat-rg-E~mily Stevelis in "Outwitted".
and Drew Comedy,' "Ru g It Fi."
Mon-21-Ethel Barr more in "The Eter-
nal Mother" an Drew Comedy, "A
Close Resemblanice."

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Where to Get Blanks
Blanks for the aviation service, fly-
ing, may be obtained from Herbert G.
Wilson, '18, city editor of The Daily,
at the office mornings, between 11
and 12 o'clock, and afternoons from
12 to 1 o'clock, and from 3 to 4 o'clock.
Wilson has been authorized and in-
structed by Captain Magoffin to ans-
wer questions concerning the filling
out and filing of applications, as well
as questions about the service.

225 E. Liberty. Phone 18:1
GOOOEW FLOORLcoo
Flowers Baskets
Plants Corsages
Ferns Decorations

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WITI NEY THEAT'REI
M. R. Williams, Manager
Most impressive Eye of th Seaso A Worthy Successor to "Katinka" and "High Jinks"
By the same Author and Composr-OAfo Hjrhaph and. Rudolph Fril
Friday Night, January i8th

Shoes repaired while you wait.
G. Andres, 222 S. State St.-Adv.

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St.-Adv.

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