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OOD MORNING
et your tickets NOW
4AESTIC
00 TODAY 7:30 & 9:00
IT'S A GREAT SHOW
MISS FRANCES KENNEDY
Musical Comedy Star
THE O'LEARYS
"A Pair of Jacks"
O'NEIL & GALAGER
"The Misfit Couple"
FOUR ROSES
Novelty Dancers
A Musical Offering
"THE SMART SHOP"
Songs, Dances, Girls and
Music
rlAT'S GOING ON
Today.
o'clock-Henry S. Canby speaks
st hall.

Campus': in Brief
Dr. Clyde B. Stouffer, of the Univer-
sity health service, who was operated
upon in the Homeopahtic hospital dur-
ing the holidays, was released Sunday
afternoon and will resume his duties
some time this week.
There is an epidemicof influenza,
which threatens to be similar to the
one last winter, among students. The
disease is very dangerous, and stu-
dents attending classes are endanger-
ing the health of their fellow-students.
At a meeting of the senior girls yes-
terday afternoon, Miss Olive J. Hart-
sig, '17, was elected oratorical dele-
gate from that class.
The Chemical Engineering section
of the Engineering society will hold a
meeting and smoker in room 303
Chemistry building at 7:30 Wednesday
evening. Two papers will be read, one
by H.gJ. Smith on "Crystalization of
Brass," the other by Lee Watson on
"Miscroscopical Characteristics of
Paper Fiber.' Both readings will be
ilustrated.
Henry M. Bates, dean of the Law
school, recently received notice from
the American Bar association that he
had been appointed a member of the

RESOLUTIONS SIGNED BY FOUR
MEMBERS OF PRESENT FACULTY
Copy of Documents to Be Entered in
Minutes of the Law
School
A statement and set of resolutions
in appreciation of the late professor
Knowlton were read and adopted by
the law faculty at a meeting the lat-
ter part of the week. The &xt of the
resolutions follow:
"on Tuesday evening, Dec. 12, 1916,
Providence removed from our num-
ber the oldest in point of service of
our law faculty by the death of Jerome
Cyril Knowlton. Mr. Knowlton began
his connection with the Law school in
1885, serving as assistant professor of
law until 1889, and from 1889 to 1916
as Marshall professor of law. He was
elected acting dean in 1890 and dean
of the school in 1891, serving in that
capacity until 1895. He served the
schibol continuously and actively long-
er than anyone who has heretofore
been connected with it.
"Be it resolved by us who remain
"First; that there has been thus
taken away from among us one of our
most effective teachers, greatly and
justly loved by many successive gen-
erations of students.
"Second, that we have lost a most
genial and gentle friend and co-
worker.
"Third, that the University has lost
one who by the qualities of his mind
and heart and the faithful and high
character of his work and service
added much to the reputation and es-
teem in which the University is held
by great numbers of its alumni and
friends.
"Fourth, that the teaching and legal
professions have both lost an unusual-
ly-clear thinker, a very keen analyst,
and an original, lucid and forceful ex-
positor.
"Fifth, that the community in which
he .lived and'moved and worked so
long has lost an upright and sterling
citizen.
"Sixth, that a copy of these resolu-
tions be entered in the minutes of the
meetings of the faculty of the Law
school and copies be sent to the fam-
ily, the president and the board of
regents.
"THOS. A. BOGLE,
"HORACE L. WILGUS,
"JOSEPH H. DRAKE,
"HENRY M. BATES."
FIGHT ON CONSTITUTIONALITY
OF ADAMSON LAW COMMENCES
Supreme Court Hears Opening of Big
Case With Davis Arguing
for Government
Washington, Jan. 8.-The govern-
ment's,4ght to prevent the Adamson
law from being cast aside as uncon-
stitutional began in the United States
supreme court this afternoon.
Special Assistant, Attorney General
Hagerman, after argument begun, filed
a brief in the supreme court denounc-
ing the railroads "for trying to delay
the test of the Adamson law and ask-
ing a reversal of the lower court's de-
cree holding the law unconstitutional."
Railroad attorneys immediately filed a
brief in answer, denying they had tried
to delay the suit and stating that a
"promise not to test the constitution-
ality of the law" alleged by the gov-
ernment, was hinging on the passage
of the president's whole railroad pro-
gram, particularly the strike preven-
tion measure.
Solicitor General Davis, opening
arguments for the government, held

congress has the undoubted power un-
der supreme court opinion to legislate
both hours of service and wages.
The eight-hour law came up on a
test case brought by receivers of the
Missouri, Oklahoma and Gulf railroad,
in the western Missouri district court,
before Judge Hook, who ruled the law
unconstitutional. Davis hinted that
congress might have acted unwisely in

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Mtines, 2:00-3:3o; Evening, 6:45,
8:15, 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
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prstestee alsoe H ol"sisTr ai
Tus-o I 'ssie Love In ''Sister of Six."
Also Tiwangle Comedy. 1c.

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Wed-foRuh Rlad i "he Sul-
tana." (Hand colored.) Also Cor-
Thurs.-lri.-i -1---Dustin Barnum in
"A Son of i." Also Bray Car-
toons,

a heMasquerader"
A R C dEN A D E
Shows at 3:00; 6:30; 8:00; 9:30
ioc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Phone 296-M.
Tu.-9- NAZIMOVA in "WAR BRIDES"
8parts.25c.
Wed. - 10 -?Ethel Clayton and Carlyle
Blackwell in "Broken Chains"; Mutt
and Jeff Cartoon.
Thur.-ii-June Caprice in '"The Mischief
Maker"; Chap. ii of "Gloria's Ro-
mance'" ("The Fugitive Witness"). xc
Fri.-12-Charies Richman in "Thes attle
Cry of Peace."

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MICHIGAN FACULTY HAS
FEW WOMEN MEMBERS
U. S. Edu cational RDeport Shows Other
Big Colleges Use More Feminine
Instructors
Fewer women hold positions on the
faculty of the University of Michigan
than in any other co-educational in-
stitution of its rank in the country, ac-
cording to the report of the United
States commissioner of education re-
cently published.
This fact is known in a general
way, but the petition which was pre-
sented by alumnae at the recentsmeet-
ing !of the regents, requesting the ap-
pointment of a woman to any suitable
vacancy on the faculty, had aroused
discussion.
An investigation of conditions in 14
representative coeducational institu-
tions shows that the largest number
of women in proportion to the number
of men on the faculty is found at the
University of Chicago, where there
were 254 men and 66 women on the
faculty in 1914. The University of
Michigan had 350 men and four women
at that time. Michigan, however, now
has six women in faculty positions,
while the number at Chicago has re-
mained 66.
These figures present only a partial
view of the situation, as in nearly all
coeducational universities except Mich-
igan, home economics or music or
both are offered as part of the college
curriculum, adding materially to the
number of women in teaching posi-
tions. The real question is one of the}
proportion in positions of the truly
academic type of at least the rank of,
instructor.
Here Wisconsin lead with a total of
33 women who are teaching everything
from psychiatry to rhetoric. Cornell,
thich is probably more nearly compar-
able with Michigan than any of the
others as to general conditions, has
16 women on the faculty, eight of
whom fill strictly academic positions.

C. W. GRAhAM, Mgr.

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makes a man ready for every test that calls
for physical endurance or mental alertness.
It contains all the muscle - building, brain -
making material in the whole wheat grain
made deliciously appetizing and digestible by
steam-cooking, shredding and baking. It is
the favorite food of students and athletes. It
is on the training table of nearly every college
in the United States and Canada. When
served with milk or cream or with fresh fruits
it is sustaining, nourishing and satisfying.

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Two of the six women members of the
faculty of this University hold posi-
tions of this class. Although the total
number of faculty women is so com-
paratively small, there have been a
few at Michigan ever since 1880.
PROF. J. A. HILDNER TALKS
TO "MAGIC CARPET" BOARD
Members of the advisory committee

WAR JMOVES
German forces which captured
Focsani, Roumania, . yesterday have
forced their way nearly 100 miles
across hostile territory, pounding
away mercilessly and ceaselessly at
opposing forces and throwing off all
counter attacks. Focsani is 100 miles
northeast of Roumania's capital, which
was taken by German forces Dec. 6.

9 o'clock-Ensemble of
, scenery, lights, and
ditorium.

"Maic committee on "Legal huucation afd
music, Admission to the Bar" of that associa-

0 o'clock-Tryad meeting in room
atural Science building.
0 o'clock - Adelphi meets on
h floor of U-hall.
'clock-Americanization meeting,
school auditorium.
Tomorrow
D 9 o'clock-Final dress rehearsal
"Magic Carpet," Hill auditorium.
U-Notices.
tciai meeting of senior girls at
lock tomorrow, room 101 Eco-
s building.
[ELS ASKS $10,000,000 TO
[T GOVERNMENT NAVY YARD

, Jan. 8.-Secretary off

tion. He has accepted the appoint-
ment. The other members of the
committee -are as follows: Wade
Rogers, of the Yale Law school
and United States district judge; Ra-
leigh C. Minor, University of Virginia;
Claire B. Bird, Wausau, Wisconsin;
a-nd Samuel Williston, of the Harvard
Law school.
Prof. F. N. Scott, head of the Rhet.
oric faculty, will give a course of six
lectures before the Ad-Craft club of
Detroit, beginning next Friday. Pro-'
blems confronting the advertisement
writer and difficulties of a business-
man's English will be . the subject
treated in most of the lectures.
"Prose Rhythm" was the subject of
the paper read by Prof. F. N. Scott,
of the Rhetoric department, before the
society of Modern Languages at their
recent meeting at Princeton univer-
sity.
The University health service has
just issued a report for the month of
December, showing 3,414 office calls,
compared with 2,599 for the same
month last year. and 194 new
patients. The report also shows
that there weres1,008 vaceina-
tiors, and one case of infantile
paralysis. There has not been a single
case of smallpox among students re-
ported this semester.
Senate Council Meets This Afternoon
The Senate council will hold its
regular monthly meeting at 4:15
o'clock this afternoon in the presi-
dent's office.

of "The Magic Carpet," the Cosmopoli- The speed of this advance despite
tan club production, held a dinner last all efforts of Russians and Rouman-
evening at Newberry hall. Prof. J. A. ians to stem it, and notwithstanding
Hildner of the German department was adverse weather conditions, consti-
the principal speaker of the evening. tuted one of the most remarkable
In his speech he traced the traditions chapters of the war.
of the various institutions on the cam- The other noteworthy fact in today's
pus and showed how some of the plays war moves was frank admission in the
given at Michigan every year have be- Berlin official statement that the newly
come a necessary part of the life of developed Russian offensive south of
this institution. Riga had gained ground on the west
N. C. Fetter, secretary of the "Y," of the road from Riga to Mitau.
also spoke on the general interest of The German statement said that
the play, strong enemy forces had "succeeded
on the Aa river in broadening some-
Philadelphia, Jan. 8.-"A woman what the terrain gained Jan. 5."
from New York" entered the Colbert
murder mystery today. "Several prom- Votes to Hurry Adamson Law Program
inent admirers" ' of the slain model Washington, Jan. 8.-The house
were to be questioned today by Dis- rules committee late this afternoon
trict Attorney Rotan on tupposedly voted to support a rule to expedite the
new angles of the case. Adamson railroad law program.

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Navy Daniels today announced
asked congress for $12,000,000

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to

navy yards for the building of
ional warships.
is is necessary, he said, because
department. has been unable to
any satisfactory bids on three
cruisers, and four battle cruisers,
orized in the last naval bill, and
more of these classes of vessels
be appropriated for in the present
on.
e department already has $6,000,-
appropriated for this purpose. Di-
n of the present and requested
opriations for yard equipment has
et been determined by the depart-

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