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January 14, 1917 - Image 4

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AT ARMORY
FRIDAY, JAN. 19, 1917
FISCHER'S
FIRST NINE PIECE ORCHESTRA

Special Musical Features
Limited Strictly to Students
TICKETS $1.00-- LIMITED 125
TICKETS FOR SALE AT BUSY BEE WEDNES-
DAY MORNING AT 10:00 O'CLOCK
MATRON IN ATTENDANCE

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City News
The city council will meet tomor.
row evening in the council rooms.
Many persons are taking ad3vantitage
of the city skating ponds situated in
the different parks of the city.
The case of Walter McKenzie, grad.,
against the Detroit, Jackson, and Chi-
cago railway -for compensation for in-
juries which he received on the road
several years ago is up before the
state supreme court.
The Michigan Equal Suffrage asso-
ciation will meet in this city next
Tuesday and Wednesday. A joint
meeting with the University of Mich-
igan suffrage club will be held on
Tuesday.
Fite prisoners of the county jail
were given a little 'airing yesterday
morning when they were allowed to
clean the snow off from the side-
walks around the court house.
Because more room wias needed, the
Ann Arbor Trades and Labor council
has moved its offices to the third floor
of the Schumaker building on South
Main street.
A complete reassessment of Wash-
tenaw county will be made. The state
tax commission men are expected to
arrive in the city tomorrow.
The condition of -)r.' and Mrs.
Sayles, who were hit by an interurban
last Friday morning, is improving, ac-
cording to a report from the hospital
authorities yesterday.
The convention of the Michigan
Gleaners will be held in this city,
Jan. 18. A large delegation of the
state farmers are expected in Ann
Arbor on that date.
TAN, GRAY AND ORDINARY
TROUSERED ONES TO MEET
Tan corduroys, gray corduroys, and
miscellaneous trousers of the fresh-
men and sophomore engineers will be
the object of attraction at the Union
Wednesday night. At that time the
engineers will hold the first all-class
smoker in the history of the depart-
ment.
To grace this occasion the commit-
tee in charge has secured Robert Rut- y
ledge, chief engineer for the Santa Fe
railroad, for the speaker of the even-
ing, President Harry B. Hutchins and
Prof. H. E. Riggs as rhetorical sup-
porters. The musical entertainment ofE
the evening will be furnished by the
Camp Davis engineers who made such'
a tremendous hit at the Union min-
strels.
Ann Arbor's progressive 'merchants
use The Michigan Daily as their ad-
vertising medium.

CLUB N{}T TO G~IVE 11O1P PLAY
Production Not Yet Selected With
Date Only Three Weeks Away
The Comedy club will not present
its usual J-hop production this year,
due to the fact that a suitable play
has not been selected. In the past the
Comedy club play has always been one
of the features afforded the J-hop
guests but with the party only three
weeks away and with final examina-
tions intervening, Manager E. A.
Bartelme, '17E, says it would be im-
possible to prepare a play in that time.

Report on Vocational Conference
At a meeting of the board of repre-
sentatives of the Women's league yes-
terday reports from the various houses
on the vocational conference were
read and discussed. The conference
will be held next year, plans for the
program being already under way.
There was also a discussion of the
present league parties.
Buy cheaper, Fraternity house
stores. 'rhe Delta. wed-eod
The French Players are coming
Tuesday. Sarah Caswell Angell Hall.

A Delicious Lunch
can be quickly prepared, and without the sightest
trouble, on an
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This handsome and very convenient table utensil is a
source of both comfort and pride to the housewife.
Just the thing for a hasty lunch or Bunday supper.
Cooks practically any dish you ha a desire for
-makes toothsome fudge. No trouble; no alcohol; no
messing. Just attach to a lamp-socket.
Come in and inspect them.
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