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)VERCOAT SALE
All ready to wear garments in our shop at 25 per cent
count. It will pay you to invest in an Overcoat now. In-
ded in this sale are many spring weight coats, just what you
, need in sixty days from now, and at that time you will pay
regular price.
All our garments are new, many have only been in the

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Slides etc. A complete and fresh stock of Eastman
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Sit Early For Your *MICHIGANENSIAN"
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STANDIN6 COMMITTEES
FOR HOUSE APPOINTED
Woodruff, Nelson, Robinson, Clark,
and Griggs Selected for
U~niversity
Lansing, Mich., Jan. 9.-Members of
the house of representatives convened
at 2 o'clock today and listened to the
reading of committee assignments
made by Speaker Wayne Rice. Be-
yond hearing and studying the ap-
pointments made little was done by the
representatives. The list is as fol-
lows:
Agricultural college-Root, Peter-
son, Evans, Kistler, Upham.
Agriculture-Wells, Quintel, C. J.
Reed, Ewing, Galloway.
Apportionment - Gettel, Thomas,
Read, F. A. Smith, John Schmidt, R.
L. Ford, Wesert, Martz, Deuel, Leigh-
ton.
Central Michigan Normal school-
Rose, Gayde, Olmstead, Glaspie, Has-

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A RCADE
Shows at 3:00; 6:30; 8:00; 9:30
ioc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Phone 296-M.
Tu.-9- NAZIMOVA in "WAR BRID ,S"
8 parts. 25C.
Wed. - :o -E thel Clayton and Carlyle
Blackwell in "Broken Chains"; Mutt
and Jeff Cartoon.
Thur.-ii-june caprice in "The Mischief
Maker"; Chap. xi of "Gloria's Ro-
mance" ("The Fugitive Witness"). 15c
Fri.-12-Charles Richman in "The Battle
Cry of Peace."

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this to heart when he considers
his yearly outlay for collars and
shirts. If you want that your
personal linen should serve you
faithfully and well send it to
this laundry.
Moe Laundry
Phone 2355 204 No. Main St

Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, 2:00-3:30-; Evening, 6:45,
I 8:15, 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Wed.-lo-Ruth Roland in "The Sul-
tana. (Hand colored.) Also Com-
edy.
Thurs.-Fri.-11-12-Dustin Farnum in
"A Son of F~rin." Also Bray Car-
toons.
Sat.-13-Louise Glaum and Howard Hick-
man in "Somewhere in France." Also
Triangle Comedy. 15c

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EAST WING OF LIBRARY
COMPLETE IN TEN DAYS

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GOOD MORNING
Get your tickets NOW
MAJETIC
3:00 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,
WHAT'S GOING ON
Today.
o'clock-Dr. de Martonne lectures,
itorium of Natural Science build-
:15 o'clock-Meeting of Inlander
iness staff.
to 9 o'clock-Final dress rehearsal
'The Magic Carpet," Hill auditor-
30 o'clock-Regular monthly meet-
of the A. I. E. E., room 348 En-
ering building.
U-Notices.
peclal meeting of senior girls at 4
>ck today, room 101 Economics
ding.
r. G. E. Lewis of the Detroit Edi.
Co. lectures to the A. I. E. E. at
o'clock tonight, room 348 Engi-
ing building.
ecial prices on caps this week.
tner & Co., State St. 9-10

Work

on New Stacks Progressing in
Spite of Shortage of
Material J

Information was given out yester-
day by one of the foremen in charge of
the building of the wings of the Lib-
rary that their exterior construction
would be completed intthree weeks at
the most if no unforeseen obstacles
arise.
The east wing, especially, is being
rapidly completed and will undoubted-
ly be finished within the next ten days.
Steel constructions for the stacks oc-
cupy the enterior of this wing which
is designed to accommodate eight
stack floors of seven and one-half feet
in height. No wooden or concrete
floors will be contained in the wing,
their place being supplied by an iron
runway before each tier of stacks. In
this way every inch of space is utiliz-
ed to the fullest extent. The whole
wing has been designed so that seven
additional stack foors may be added
to meet the demands caused by grow-
th of the University. Windows occupy
the greater part of the wall space
after the fashion of the Natural Sci-
ence building, and a small court be-
tween the wing and the new reading
room will insure the maximum
amount of light in the interior.
Work on the west wing is progress-
ing more slowly. This is to be con-
verted into the main reading room.
The conversion will take place im-
mediately after it is finished in order
that the present rotunda may be torn
down. The contracting company
places the date at which the wing will
be ready for occupancy at about
March first. Hitherto the la: k of rail-
road transportation has held up ma-
terials and tools and proved a serious
handicap. Enough of these have now
been received, however, to insure con-
tinued work and no futher trouble
is anticipated in this direction.
A big new stock of 1917 calendars
(for picture inserts) at 1915 prices.
Lyndon's. Sun-eod1

senger.
City corporations-Kooyers, Orms-
bee, Woodruff, Lamphere, Brower,
Young, H. L. Schmidt, Hallett, Vander-
Veen.
College of Mines-Martin, Brower,
Root, Stearns, Peterson.
Drainage-Olmstead, Bosch, Halse,
Rose, Merriman.
Education-Weissert, Jones, Craw-
ford, Curtis, Sheridan, Ford, Lamire
Littlejohn, VanderVeen, Hassenger.
Elections-Nelson, Amon, Sours, Le-
land, Daigneau, Toepel, Frost, M. H.
Smith, Robinson.
Federal relations-Sheridan, Ford,
Edwards, Glaspie, M. H. Smith, Upham.
Fish and fisheries-Anderson, Stev-
enson, Gettel, Ewing, Chapin, Vine,
Dishl, McGillivray, Chew.
Game laws-Glaspie, O'Brien, Gayde,
Farrier, Kistler.
General taxation-Copley, Harris,
Francis, Clark, Stearns, Ward, Peter-
son, Galloway, Rose.
Geological survey - Croll, Ross,
Jackson, Ward, Peterson.
Horticulture-Daigneau, Hopkins, C.
J. Reed, M. H. Smith, Leveque.
Industrial School for Boys-O'Brien,
Kooyers, Curtis, Martz, and Wood.
Insurance-Person, Crawford, R. L.
Ford, Leveque, Blinn.
Ionia State hospital-S. J. Smith,
Blinn, Hassenger, Ivory, Stearns.
Judiciary-Peterman, Flowers, Per-
son, Wiley, Warner, Lewis, Brower,
Eaton, Nelson.
Kalamazoo State hospital-Jackson,
Daigneau, Weissert, Houghton, McGil-
livray.
Labor-Thos. Read, Jones, Wells,
Moore, Young.
Liquor traffic-Lewis, Hulse, Mc-
Arthur, Sours, Wiley, Robinson, Warn-
er, Amon, Clark.
Taxation-Vine, Houghton, Hall,
Chew, Hallett.
Lumber and salt-Martz, S. J. Smith,
Daprato, Moore, Toepel.
Michigan Employment Institution
for the Blind-Toepel, Olmstead,
Sours, Ivory, Fox.
Michigan Farm Colony for Epileptics
-R. L. Ford, Vine, Wells, Kooyers,
Leveque.
Michigan Home and Training school
-Lemire, Francis, Newkirk, Lamp-
here, Toepel.
Michigan Reformatory - Ewing,
Martz, Merriman, Chew, Glaspie.
Michigan School for the Blind-
Young, Copley, Jones, Harris, F. A.
Smith.
Michigan School for the Deaf-
Wood, Gayde, Gettel, Harris, Robinson.
Michigan Soldiers' home-McArthur,
Amon, Hulse, Quinte, Ward.
Michigan state prison-Jones, Cul-
ver, Woodruff, Frost, McArthur.
Military affairs - Culver, Martin,
Weissert, Frost, Merriman.
Mines and minerals-Harris, O'Brien,
Francis, Leveque, Wagner.
NewberryeState hospital-Leland,
Farrier, H. L. Schmidt, Rose, Gallo-
way.
No'thern State Normal school-
Ward, Hall, VanderVeen,.Young, Kist-
ler.
Pontiac State hospital-Bosch, Per-
son, Hallett, M. H. Smith, Frost.
Printing-C. J. Reed, Ormsbee,.Hal-
lett, Houghton, Stearns.
Private corporations-Wiley, Foote,
Copley, Croll, Petermann, Olmstead,
Vine, R. I. Ford, Kooyers.
Public health-Hulse, Leland, Lit-f
tlejohn, Taube, Wagner.

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Public lands and forestry interests
--Farrier, Green, Quintel, S. J. Smith,
McGillivray, Houghton, Blinn, Chew,
Crawford.
Railroads-F. A. Smith, Stevenson,
John Schmidt, O'Brien, Daigneau,
Lewis, Root, Moore, Lemire.
Religious and benevolent societies-
Quintel, Leighton, Taube, H. L.
Schmidt, Hassenger.
Revision and amendment of the con-
stitution--Flowers, Ormsbee, Woodruff,
Sheridan, Ford, Jackson, Fox, Wood,
Diehl, Wagner.
Revision and amendment of statutes
-Lamphere, Bosch, Root, Green, Cul-
ver, Eaton, Curtis, Kistler, S. J. Smith.
Roads and bridges-Daprato, Cowan,
Thos. Read, Evans, Jackson.
Rules and joint rules-Foote, Ed-
wards, Hopkins, Brower, Cowan.
State affairs - Newkirk, Martin,
Ivory, Rose, Griggs, Wood, McArthur,
Deuel, H. L. Schmidt.
State capitol and public buildings-
Griggs, Gettel, Ewing, Anderson, Mer-
riman.
State house of correction and bmtanch
of the state prison in the upper pen-
insula-Ormsbee, C. J. Reed, Wells,
Taube, Diehl.
State Industrial School for Girls-
Deuel, Lamphere, Martin, Eaton, Van-
derVeen.
State library-Curtis, Sheridan Ford,
Daprato, Ross, Eaton.
State Normal college-Amon, Thos.
Read, Wagner, Blinn, Deuel.
State Psychopathic hospital-Little-
Taube, McGillivray, Hall.
State sanitorium-Stevenson, Da-
prato, Newkirk, Crawford, Littlejohn.
Supplies, and expenditures-Clark,
Bosch, Stevenson, Fox, Diehl.
Towns and counties-Ivory, Griggs,
Chapin, Fox, Upham.
Traverse City State hospital-Chap-(
in, Anderson, Leighton, Upham, Evans.
University-Woodruff, Nelson, Rob-
inson, Clark, Griggs.
Village corporations-Gayde, Ander-
son, Leighton, Evans, Hall.
Ways and means-Jerome, Edwards,
Croll, Foote, John Schmidt, Hopkins,
Warner, Cowan, Green.
Western State Normal school -
Francis, Culver, Farrier, Moore, Rose.1

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NE W COURSE IN COMPOSITION
OFFERED FOR NEXT SEMESTER
A new course in composition limited
to juniors, has been added to those
offered in the department of rhetoric.
Course 18 will be given at 10 o'clock
on Tuesdays and Thursdays next-
semester, in room 105 West hall, un-
der the instruction of Mr. R. W. Cow-
den.
This course is intended to give train-
ing in the writing and revising of com-
positions, those enrolled being expect-
ed to submit five -or six manuscripts
during the semester, which will be
carefully revised. The work of re-
vision will continue until each stu-
dent has made his effort as nearly
perfect as his talents permit.
Only those students having had
courses three or four in rhetoric will
be permitted to enroll. As the attend-
ence will be limited to 20, all stu-
dents desiring to take the work should
signify their intention to the instructor
at the earliest possible date.
Meeting of Tryads Held Last Night
A paper on "The Psychology of Ad-
vertising," written by Dr. H. F. Adams
and presented recently before the
Adcrafters club of Detroit, was read at'
a meeting of the Tryads, advertising
society, last night by the president. A
general discussion followed. The next
meeting of the society will be held
next Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock
in room 162 of the Natural Science
building, when an address will be de-
livered by some prominent advertis-
ing man of Detroit. All interested
students are cordially invited to at-
tend.

Campus in Brief
N. C. Fetter, secretary of the Uni-
versity "Y," returned Sunday from
Pennsylvania, where he spent the
Christmas holidays.
The chemistry branch of the Engi-
neering society will meet at 7:30
o'clock tomorrow night in room 303
of the Chemistry building. There will
be three illustrated lectures with
smokes and eats afterwards.
Tickets for the Elmendorf travel
talks which will be given at the Whit-
ney theater are on sale at the "Y"
building. The regular 50 cent ticket
will be sold for 35 cents. Thirty per
cent of the receipts from the tickets
sold by the "Y" will be given to that
organization. Yesterday afternoon the
"Y" reported $50 worth of tickets sold.
Mrs. Uhl, Ypsilanti Woman, Dies
Grand Rapids, Jan. 8.-Mrs. Alice
F. Uhl, widow of former American am-
bassador to Germany, Edwin F. Uhl,
under President Cleveland, -died this
afternoon. She was the first president
of the National Federation of Musical
Clubs of America. Mrs. Uhl was born
in Ypsilanti in 1843.
We have your size now in Cordovan
Shoe's. Wagner & Co., State St. 9-10
Get your shoes fixed at Paul's Place
611 E. William St. 5tf
A bit of a compliment to the folk at
home, were a giftie of somthing niftie
from the James Foster House of Art. tf

Goodhew Floral Co,
225 E. Liberty. Phone 1321
Everything in the line of
fresh cut flowers.
Good variety of flowering
plants.
Greenhouses-Observatory and
Volland St. Phone, 170-M.

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NEXT
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MATINEES.............25c, 50c and 75c
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