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MERRY CHRISTMAS THOUGHTS

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KODAKS.- - 7c to $100.00
ENLARCEMENTS (from your best negatives)
CALENDERS (for Picture inserts)
L Y N D 0 N 'S 719 N. University Ave'
Open Evening* until 9 o'clock

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SUPPLIES

SHIRTS
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Unsurpassed Accomodations for
Group Photographs.
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MAIN STUDIOS 1546-48 Broadway New York, N. Y.

WARD' ; KLASSY KUT KLOTIHES
Free-Free-Free
EXTRA TROUSERS
with every suit or overcoat

118 E. Huron St.

AIAJESTIC
N OW
ancing Spectacle De Luxe
NDERSON'S GIRL REVUE
OF 1916
Plenty Song and Dance
The Season's Best Bet
ADLER AND ARLINE
"A New Idea"
ELDS, KEANE & WALSH
"After the Show"
WILL MORRIS
ntomimie Cycling Comedian
Special Feature Novelty
HE GIRL IN THE MOON"
will be the sensation of the
season

ONLY
A few daysmore for these
EXCEPTIONAL OFFERS

Delineator
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Today.
o'clock-Meeting of
s staff.

Inlander

:30 o'clock-University health serv-
representatives' lecture, Natural
ence building. ,
:30 o'clock-Forestry club smoker,
m 214 Natural Science building.
o'clock-Gabrilowitsch recital in
1 auditorium.
:15 o'clock-William M. Lewis lec-
s on U. S. navy, lecture room Na-
il Science building.
Tomorrow.
slander out.
U-Notices.
nportant meeting of the J-lit class
4 o'clock today, room 101 Econ-
cs building.
resh laws iIll pity class dues to-
row in the north corridor of the
v building.
J. Hoover Hurt in Auto Accident
J. Hoover, vice-president and
eral manager of the Hoover Steel
1 company, was painfully injured
urday night when the automobile
was driving skidded on the icy road
r Eloise and went into the ditch.,
oover, after recovering his senses,
ked back to a farm house where
found an automobile party had
ped. He was taken into Detroit
had his wounds dressed in the
d hospital, returning to Ann Ar-
Sunday night. The car was badly

Woman's Home Companion 0
American Magazine f
nach of these subscriptions may be sent
to different addresses.
Everyweek $x.oo per year, 2 subscriptions
for $1.50 sent to different addresses.
T!e New Republic $4.oo per year, 17
weeks for $ .oo.
See
Jno. P. Sloan
Phone 1412-M 1009 E. Catherine St.
before ordering any magazines. He
can save you money.
RECOGNIZE PLATTSBURG WORK
Two Hours' Credit to Be Given by
Faculty for Military Training
The faculty of the University at
its last meeting moved and carried
a resolution to the effect that all stu-
dents entering the University this
fall, whether as freshmen or on ad-
vanced standing, be given two hours'
advanced credit for attendance at last
summer's government military camps,
such as Plattsburg.
A resolution was passed last spring
granting two hours' credit to students
already matriculated in the Univer-
sity who should attend the camps, but
not to those who might enter the Uni-
versity this fall. The new rule not
only gives this credit to all students
now in the University who have at-
tended military training camps, but
will also give two hours' credit to
men who took the citizens' naval
training cruise.
It is essential that men desiring to
obtain this advanced credit apply at
the registrar's office before the Christ-
mas vacation. This applies to all
men, whether they have matriculated
this year or were, in attendance at the
University before.
GERMANY REPLIES TO UNITED
STATES REGARDING BELIGUM
(Continued from Page One.)
have voluntarily applied for it in Ger-
many. Others were naturally treat-
ed according to the order of the gov-
ernor general. No scenes of terror
occurred during the transportation of
workmen, which was accomplished
without any harshness and with all
possible consideration. Neither in
Germany nor in the occupied parts of
France or Belgium are the unemploy-
ed coerced to do work contrary to
the law of nations."
Dancing classes and private lessens
at the Packard Academy it-tf
offers at Wahr's Book Stores.

5 SPEAK IN PEACE CONTEST
Lois May Among Number; Winner to
Speak at Hillsdale
Five contestants, one of them a
woman, will appear in the annual
peace contest held in University hall
at 8 o'clock, Thursday, Dec. 14. Thea
speakers were chosen from a total of
19 contestants who appeared in three
elimination contests, and the winner
of the contest will speak at Hillsdale
in the state peace contest.
The order in which they will speak
has been determined by lot and the
position in which they will appear and
toe titles of their orations are as fol-
lows:
J.P R. Simpson, '18, "Sentinels of
Peace."
Colonel Brown, '19, "Christianity
and Militarism."
James Schermerhorn, Jr., '18, "The
Course of Empire."
Lois May, '18, "The Abandoned
Palace."
H. B. Teegarden, '17, "The Hope of
Nations."
Admission to the contest will be
free, and it is not even necessary to
secure a ticket as last year.
GIVE FRENCH LECTURE, TODAY
Professor Rouseau to Talk en Ecole
Des Beaux Arts
Prof. J. I. Alb. Rousseau will give
the second lecture of a series given
by the Cercle Francas In Tappan hall
at 5 o'clock this afternoon. Professor
Rousseau will speak on "L'ecole des
Beaux Arts de Paris," of which school
he is a graduate.
The same lecture was given last
year by Professor Rousseau and it was
so well received that the Cercle
Francais asked that it be repeated this
year. Admittance will be free to stu-
dents holding associate membership
tickets of the Cercle.
Three new members were elected to
the Cercle last night at a regular
meeting held in the Cercle room in
the south wing. They are: Tracey
Kneeland, '18, Herbert Gustin, '18, and
Alfred Mason, '19. All new members
will be formally initiated soon after
Christmas vacation.
The.Cercle also voted to give $.00
to the Goodfellow fund.
SIX-YEAR TERM FOR PRESIDENT!
ADELHI TO DISCUSS QUESTION
At its meeting tonight at 7:30
o'clock in University hall, the Adelphi
house of representatives will discuss
and vote upon an amendment to the
federal constitution introduced by
Representative Helmuth Maag, '19,
providing for a single six-year term
for the president of the United States.
The opposition will be led by Repre-
sentative Henry F. Massnick, '18, Rep-
resentative Wilford Nevue, '18, will
conduct parliamentary drill.
At the close of the meeting, those
intending to. try out in the preliminar-
ies for the mid-west debating team
will draw places for the order of
speaking. All intending to try out
should be present in terson or by
proxy.
NGAGEMENT OF MURIEL TYSON
AND F. E. PARSONS ANNOUNCED
The engagement of M. Muriel Tyson
ad., of Flora Dale, Pa., to Frederick
. Parsons, grad., of Grand Rapids,
as announced Monday night at the
Kappa Alpha Theta sorority house.
Both are members of the editorial staff
of the Inlander.

Health Service Representatives Meet;
The University health service rep-
resentatives will have one of their
regular meetings at 7:30 o'clock to-
night in the Natural Science building.
Dean V. C. Vaughan of the medicali
school will deliver a lecture on "The
Moral Obligation to Preserve One's
Health." Prof. C. W. Edmunds, Prof.
R. Peterson, and other prominent men
will talk to the representatives.
This is the third year that the health
service representatives have been in
operation, and their lectures have
been very successful. A member from
each fraternity, clubhouse and sorority
on the campus sends a delegate to the
meeting, who in turn renders a report
of the lecture. Lectures will be given
every two weeks after the Christmas
holidays.

Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, 2:00-3:30; Evening, 6:45,
9:15, 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Tues.-12-Douglas Fairbanks in "Man-
hattan Madness." Also Triangle
Comedy, "Bobby Vernon in "Hay
stacks and Steeples." Evening z5c.
Wed.-z3-Robert Edeson in "The Light
That Failed."
Titurs.-Fri.-14-5-Vivian Martin ix "Her
Fathter's Son." Also Bray Cartoons.

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Washington
Square
Players
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A Miracle of St. Anthony
Helena's Husband t
Moondown
A Roadhouse in Arden

The N. Y. Winter Garden's
Greatest Show

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What we
k~do to Hats
We make hats
We sell hats at retail
We carry a big stock
We have the latest all the time
We shape hats to fit the head
We clean and reblock hats
FACTORY HAT STORB
617 Packard Next to the Delta
Cor. Packard and State
HOOVER EMPLOYEES WILL
STRIKE IF REFUSED DEMANDS
Three representatives of the em-
ployees of the Hoover Steel Ball com-
pany presented a petition to L. J.
Hoover, manager of the factory, at 5
o'clock last night asking for an in-
crease of four cents per hour, a guar-
antee of five and one-half working
days in a week, with Saturday after-
noons off for the women employees,
and an increase of five cents per hour
for the men. If the above demands are
denied, every employee of the factory
will go on a strike Thursday morning.
The directors of the company held
a meeting soon after the petition was
presented and they decided to leave
the matter in the hands of Mr. Hoover,
the manager. Mr. Hoover stated last
night that he would tell the would-be
strikers whether or not he would com-
ply with their demands tomorrow aft
ernoon.
Fresh Law Class Choses Committees
The following men have been chosen
by the president of the '19 law class
to serve on the class committees for
the year:
Social, G. W. Struckmann, chairman,
Henley Hill, W. D. Nance, R. T. Perry,
and R. J. Bradfield; finance, J. D.
O'Connor, chairman, S. J. Slavens, C.
A. Reid, I. D. Friedman, and John
Simpson; advisory, L. G. Field, chair-
man, L. E. Joslyn, E. D. Kirkley, F. P.
Randall, and F. H. Palmer; auditing,
C. H. Dobart, chairman, C. L. Gray, R.
M. Lewis, L. D. Larke, and A. S. Buz-
bee.
Prof. Waite to Talk on Patent Law
Prof. J. B. Waite, of ife Law school,
Aill give a short talk on the charac-
te. Itses rind field of patent law next
T:.rsay afternoon at 4 o'clock, in
room C of the Law building.
Jane Addanms Before Committee
Washington, Dec. 11.-Jane Addams
will appear before the house commit-
tee on foreign affairs tomorrow to dis-
cuss a "general plan" for bringing to
an end the European war through the
action of the United States.

Literature

.ac Unl1ess Otherwis~e Specified.
Phone ' 290..

Extraordinary
Engagement

World of
Plea sure
Company of 100 Headed by
CONROY & LE MAIRE
Courtney Sisters
and including
THAT NIFTY CHORUS

Ma..
ed.Sat AR CK Dec. 1
D ET R OI T
"If I Were King"
A R30 A D E
ghw; At 3:00: 6:30: 8:00: 9:34

Tue.- i-Viola Dana in "The Light of
Happiness." (Ret.) ; Mutt and Jeff
Cartoon.
Wed.-i3-Alice Brady in "Bought and
I'aid For"; Mutt and Jeff Cartoon.
'Sc.
Thu.-xt-Bertha Kalich in "Love and
Hate"; Chapter 7 of "Gloria's Ro-
mance," ("The Harvest of Sin." rsc.
Eri.- Is-Emily Stevens in "The Wager";
Dreg Comedy.

Seat Sale
Wednesday 10 A. M.
Prices 50c to $2.00

V

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Sheehan & Co.

LATE REPORTS FROM FRONT
,French Torpedo Boat Now at Corinth
Athens, Dec. 11.-A French torpedo
boat has arrived at Corinth to protect
the military transports of the allies.
The above dispatch may mean tha
the allies are concentrating troops at
Cornith for possible use in a drive at
Athens up the narrow peninsula con-
necting the provinces of Cornith and
Attica.
Declares Roumanian Loss 140,000 Men
Berlin, Dec. 11.-"Since beginning
operations, Roumania has lost 140,000
men prisoners and more than 5,000
cannons," the military critic of the
semi-official news agency declared in
a review of the Roumanian campaign
today.
Intercept Messages from Greek King
London, Dec. 11.-Allied forces have
intercepted wireless messages show-
ing attempts by King Constantine to
communicate with Berlin, a Reuter's
dispatch stated today. It was stated
the ultimatum which the allies have
served on the Greek king is very brief,
and probably demands complete de-
mobilization of Greek forces, restora-
tion of a censorship, and control of all
railroads in allied hands.
Greece Will Keep Armed Neutrality
Berlin, Dec. 11.-Sofia, capital of
Bulgaria, is now in wireless connec-
tion with Athens. The Greek govern-
ment has announced that hereafter
Greece will observe armed neutrality,
will make no more concessions to the
entente and will concede any new
provocation as cause for war.
14 Per Cent Rejected on Naval Exams
Dr. Hulber continued final examina-
tions for prospective members of the
University naval division at the health
service offices last night. .Thus far
over 75 examinations have been made
and 14 per cent were rejected.

Frith Hall Celebrates Thirtieth Year
Frith hall, 216 N. State street, old-
est league house on the campus, cel-
ebrated its thirtieth anniversary Sun-
dey evening. Dean Myra B. Jordan
and Miss Miriam Gerlach, were the
guests.
Dean Jordan reviewed the difficul-
ties of organizing the girls in the days
when there was no directory and no
way of finding people. She also re-
called the fact that the groups which
formed the nucleus of the Women's
league and the Independent Girls'
club 20 years ago held their meetings
at this same house. Dean Jordan was
a prominent worker in both groups.
After supper plans were made to or-
ganize a representative neighborhood
board.
Doctors Address Clinical Society
The Clinical society of the Univer-
sity of Michigan will hold a meeting
at 7:30 o'clock next Wednesday night
in the medical amphitheater of the
University hospital. The program for
the meeting follows: "Ocular Changes
in Multiple Sclerosis," Dr. Walter H.
Parker; "Report of Two Cases of von
Reckinghausen's Disease," Dr. H. de
B. Barss; "Demonstration of a Case
from the Dermatologic Clinic," Dr. J.
A. Elliott; "Case Report, from the
Medical Clinic," Dr. L. H. Newberg;
"Report on Two Cases of Bladder
Tumor," Dr. L. L. Youngquist; "Radi-
ographic Findings of the Month," Dr.
J. G. Van Zwaluwenburg.
Refreshments will be served at 9:30
o'clock in the internes' home.
King's Daughters Play Santa Clans
Christmas gifts for the children in
the University hospitals are being pre-
pared as usual by the hospital circle
of King's Daughters. All contributions
to the cause should be sent to Mrs.
C. D. Vernnow, 923 Baldwin avenue.
Our alarm clocks'are good clocks.
Chapman, Jeweler, 113 South Main
strtL tugs-ed
Use The Michigan Daily Want Ads
for results.

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Some shoes, slightly soiled
at reduoed prices.,

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Whitney Theatre
Friday, Dec. 15

WHITNEY
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vice.

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Stationery
.Complete
stock of
Crams's New
Styles
Stud.
1111 S. U7.

XMAS GIFTS
Fountain Pens
We Handle
Waterman's and
Conklin's,
Best

Candies
Fresh Line
of Morse's
and Gilbert's
just in.

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rooms during Christmas vaca-

Supply
S. C. Scbleede

Store
Phone 1160 R

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