rdo vans-- 4
New Lot Just
MERRY CHRISTMAS THOUGHTS
- - 75c to $100.00
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Dark Brown Cordovans
ENLARGEMENTS (from your beat negatives)
CALENDERS (for Picture inserts)
L Y N N S 719 N. University Ave-
Open Evenings until 9 o'clock
$3.50 to $5
TEUTONS SOWING SEED
FOR KASTENING PEACE
Wed. u sat. GARRI C K
If I Were King"
A w CA o E
t Shows a 3 :0630;8:00; g:30
Walk-Over Boot Shop
We can save S . a S Skates fastened
you money 115 M Gratis
Sit Early For Your MICHIGANENSIAN"
619 E. Liberty St.
Germany Unable, However,
Any Attractive Terms
Let us help you make your selection
Ann Arbor. - - Mich.
Unsurpassed Accomodations for
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MAIN STUDIOS 1546-48 Broadway New York, N. Y.
WARD' KLASSY KUT K LOTIHES
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with every suit or overcoat
18 E. Huron St.
w ~ vu~,Tuesday
W t ne y heatre Dec. 19
First time here of IRVING BERLIN'S
rite rnational Syncopated Musical Triumph
W t Your Step
(Made in Amvrica)
By Carl D. Groat
(United Press Stafr Correspondent)
Washington, Dec. 13.-Germany un-
doubtedly cannot offer any peace terms
which the allies will accept at present,
according to the concensus of opin-
ion inWashington yesterday afternoon.
It was learned from two of the best in-
formed administration officials that
they see no success for the present in
Germany's new peace move, but they
do feel that the Teutons are sowing
the seed for hastening peace.
Germany's terms, as revealed by the
German embassy officials, were in the
hands of the cabinet members here
when they met this afternoon. There
was no formal discussion there In
view of the fact that the state depart-
ment had absolutely no official word
about Germany's proposals.
Some saw a clever move on Ger-
many's part to influence the allied
military situation by creating a de-
mand for peace, but on all sides there
is a strong belief that the allies will
adhere to their announced intention of
forcing the war to a "knockout," or
at least to more of a reverse to Ger-
many than they have been able to
give to date.
Germany's peace plans have no ef-
fect upon American plans with re-
spect to submarine issue, or Belgian
deportation. This, however, cannot
be taken as any indication of the
state department's views regarding
success or failure of the peace ne-
gotiations, it was said, in as much as
this government would want to be on
The state department has a vast fund
of information of Germany's internal
conditions, but regard this as entirely
confidential. The secrecy with which
they surround these facts lead to the
belief, however, that Germany, despite
the opening of new supplies, is really
so hard pressed as to make her peace
offers essential at this time.
Noted Hindu Educator Speaks Tonight
Lajpat Rai, noted Hindu educator,
will speak at 8 o'clock tonight in room
203 University hall on the subject,
Mr. Rai has been for more than 20
years a leading member of the bar in
Lahore, the capital of Punjab. He has
also been an active member in the na-
tional Indian congress, the most im-
portant political organization in that
Health Representatives Adopt Slogan
"Better Health Conditions" is to be
the slogan of the Michigan health rep-
resentatives during the remainder of
the year. The first meeting for this
season was held Tuesday night in the
Natural Science auditorium. Dean Vic-
tor C. -Vaughan of the medical col-
lege spoke on "Heredity." More than
150 were present.
Cleveland Alumni Choose Officers
The University of Michigan club of
Cleveland, has elected the following
officers for the year: Harrison Mc-
Graw, '17L, president; Virgil Guthrie,
'10, vice-president; Guy Wells, '10-'15,
secretary-treasurer. The ,following
were chosen as members of the board
of governors: Judge F. A. Henry,
'91L; Dr. D. W. Barr, '09D; Ralph Tex-
tor, '09E; I. L. Evans, '10L; Paul R.
3, Unless Otherwise Specified.
Majir.ees, 2:00-3 :3o; Evening, 6:45,
Trhurs.-Fri.-T4-r5-Vivian Martin in "11er
Father's Son." Also Bray Cartoons.
Sat.-i6-Bessie Barriscale in "Pk v Jane."
Also Triangle Comedy, Fay Tinchar
in "The Lady Drummer." Evening15c.
Sun.-Mon.-17-15-Fannie Ward in "Witch-
craft." Also Holmes Travels.
Sdo thats u
Tue.-x a-Viola Dana in "The Light of
Happiness." (Ret.) ; Mutt and Jeff
Wdo13oAice Brady in "Bought and
Paid For"; Mutt and Jeff Cartoon.
Thu.-14-Bertha Kalich in "Love and
Hate"; Chapter 7 of "Gloria's Ro-
miance," ("The Harvest of Sin." xac.
Fri.-15-EMnily Stevens in "The Wager";
Friday, Dec. 15
A Miracle of St. Anthony
A Roadhouse in Arlen
We nake hats
We bell hatsat retail
We carry a big stock
we have the latet a the time
we shape hfits to flt the head
we clean and reblock hats
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard Next to the Delta
Cor. Packard and State
MUST GET CLOTHES FROM CLUB
HOUSE BY TOMORROW NIGHT
Notice was given out yesterday by
athletic authorities that the intramural
clubhouse on Ferry field will close to-
morrow night, and those wishing to
get their clothes are requested to do
so before that time.
I"ernat"onal Relations Class to Most
The class in international relations
will meet tonight in room 203 Univer-
sity hall. Dr. Victor C. Vaughan will
speak on "Eugenics and the Future
Man." The schedule of speakers to
address the class at its weekly meet-
ings will be announced later.
The Michigan Daily for service.
C. W. CRAhAM, Mngr.
Company of 100 Headed by
CONROY & LEMAIRE
THAT NIFTY CHORUS
WH ITN E Y
One Big d
The N. Y. Winter Garden's
Wednesday 10 A. M.
Prices 50c to $2.00
sic and 1yrics by
R. H. BURNSIOE
HARRY B. SMITH
MICHIGAN TO HEAD COLLEGE
UNIONS FOR COMING YEAR
Michigan was chosen as president
of the National Association of College
and University Unions at their third
annual convention held in Cleveland
on Dec. 7 and S. Wisconsin was
elected secretary and Ohio State,
It seemed to be generally conceded
that the Michigan Union was superior
in the number of activities carried on
and in the number of members. MichI-
gan's representatives at the conven-
tion were Glenn Coulter, '18L, A. S.
Hart, '17, and Kenneth Barnard, '17L.
For live, progressive, up-to-date ad-
vertiatug use The Michigan Daily.
INDEMNITY IS NEEDED
FOR PEACE TERMS NOW
(Continued from Page One)
vent the sudden outbreak of war
against civilization and humanity ever
Reichstag Will Assemble on Tuesday
Berlin, Dec. 13.-The reichstag will
assemble next Tuesday to hear the
imperial chancellor's explanation as to
the new military situation in the south-
Dancing teacher wanted. Call at 711
Packard. Phone 1850 F-1. tf
s. G. Andres for shoe repairing. 222
S. State. 'Phone 1718-J. tues-eod
Most Delightful Entertainment
Wit, Beauty, Melody and Grace
Ices 50c to $1.50
Seat sale Sat. 10 a. m.
WH APS GOING ON
0 o'clock-Sophomore assembly in
m 348 Engineering building. Dr.
B. Stouffer will speak.
1 o'clock-Junior engineer as-
bly, room 348 Engineering build-
o'clock-Rehearsal of Japanese act
'The Majic Carpet," Sarah Caswell
o'clock--Senior engineer dinner at
:45 o'clock-Alpha Nu meets at
ha Nu rooms to go in body to
o'clock--Annual peace contest,
o'clock--Senior engineers' as-
ibly, room 348 Engineering build-
o'clock-Mr. Lajpat Rai speaks on
ndu Civilization," room 203 Uni-
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CLASS NOTICES! *
Prof. J. B. Waite's lecture on *
patent law which was to be *
given this afternoon in the Law *
building has been postponed un- *
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7 o'clock-Meeting of nev
ciety, room 348 Engineeri
7:20 o'clock-Alpha Nu n
lect men for mid-west deb
Dr. Victor Vaughan wi
the class in international
7 o'clock tonight in room
Mimes will give a Dan
Union Saturday from 1 to b
Have C. H. Major & C
those rooms during Chris
tion. Phone 237.
w Hindu so-
meets to se-
ll speak to
35 Men Buried in Coal Mine by Blast
sant at the Weir City, Kan., Dec. 13.-Thirty-
5 in the aft- five men were entombed in the Mayer
coal mine near here this afternoon, fol-
lowing an explosion believed to have
o. decorate been caused by black damp. All but
tmas vaca- 12 of the men have been accounted for.
tf One workman has been taken out of
the mine dead. All the others ac-
counted for are reported alive. The
Detroit mine owners believe the 12 men still
in the mine are alive.
Get your shoes fixed at Paul's Place
611 E. William St. itf
by "The Neckwear House of America"
Our alsrm clocks are good clocks.
Chapman, jeweler, 118 South Mats
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