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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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MAT. 3
NITE 7:30 & 9

Winter Garden
Revue
Gonne and Albert
Five Lyceum Girls
John P. Reed
SCAMP & SCAMP
THURSDAY
"Six little W ives"
WHAT'S GOING ON
ON I
Today1
3 o'clock - Rehearsal of act three
"Pillars of Society," University hall
auditorium-
4 o'clock-Rehearsal of act four of
"Pillars of Society," University hall
auditorium.
4:15 o'clock - Julian H. Arnold
speaks in room 101 Economics build-
ing.
5 o'clock-Meeting of commissioned
and non-commissioned officers in tro-
phy room of gymnasium.
5:30 o'clock-Colorado club dinner
at the Catalpa Inn.
7:30 o'clock-M. L. Taylor address-
es the- Tryads, room 162 Natural
Science building.
7:30 o'clock-Adelphi meets in the
Adelphi rooms.
Tomorrow
3 o'clock-Rehearsal of act two of
"Pillars of Society," University hall
auditorium.
4 o'clock-Senior lit class meeting,
room 101 Economic building.
4 o'clock--Rehearsal of act one of
"Phillars of Society," University hall
auditorium.
4:15 o'clock-University Symphony
orchestra concert, Hill auditorium.
U-Notices
Tryouts for Interscholastic basket-
ball manager reports at the athletic
office at 4 o'clock Wednesday.
Will all the freshmen who can
spare from 7:15 to 7:55 this morning
please report at the Unior4 and receive
ballots and instruction slips to place
about the campus? The aid of all who
can spare the time is requested.
Any member of the Glee and Mando-.
lin club whose laundry was lost
through a mistake of the Santa Fe
and the Denver and Rio Grande rail-

WHITN EY THEATRE
Twice Daily TUES.&WED.
IN
"THE DAUCHTER
OF THE GODS"
Matinees at 2:15 Night 8:15

roads in.
propertyI

Denver, may recover
by calling at the Glee

their
club

office at 4 o'clock today.

CAR FERRY STARTS ON TRIP
"Ann Arbor No. 6" Attempts to Reach
Manistique Through Ice
Detroit, Jan. 15.-Plowing through
thick layers of ice, the great car ferry
Ann Arbor No. 0 started today on the
first lap of a precarious journey which,
if successful, will carry her through
the ice fields of Lakes St. Clair and
Huron and through the Straits of Mac-
kinac to Manistique. The trip will es-
tablish a record for mid-winter navi-
gation on the Great lakes.
A crew of 39 picked sailors recruited
at Frankfort was aboard. The vessel
will travel only in daylight hours when
land marks are visible, as all naviga-
tion aids were discontinued by the gov-
ernment last November. The unusual-
ly large volume of freight traffic be-
tween Frankfort and Manistique, Lake
Michigan ports, caused owners of the
ferry to send her out.
WILL ELIMINATE FLOWERS'
FROM J-1IOP THIS YEAR
Flowers will be a minus quantity
among the ladies at this year's J-hop.
At a meeting at the Union Sunday
morning the committee decided to do
away with this expense, and make the
1917 party as democratic as possible.
Although the contracts for the pro-
grams and refreshments have not yet
been awarded, the committees are hard
at work looking over the various bids.
All committeemen will get together
again tomorrow night at 9:30 o'clock
at the Union, and General Chairman
McKee has made an urgent plea for
every man to be on the job at that
time.
Carranza Plans to Take Occupied Land,
Washington, Jan. 15.-Prepared, it
was officially hinted, to take over the
territory which will be vacated when
General Pershing's column withdraws
from Mexico, 10,000 Carranzistas have
arrived at Torreon from the south,'
state department dispatches today.
Michigan Daily advertising is per-
sonal appeal to students, faculty, and
residences of Ann Arbor.7

LAWSON INOLVS
CABIETMEMBERS
IN| LEAKIN|UIRY
(Continued from Page One.)
a bombshell. It was elicited in reply
to written questions which repeated
testimony Lawson had given Dec. 8.
Archibold S. White of White and com-
pany, New York, was named by Law-
son as the banker who had told him
about another banker who had inti-
mated that a cabinet member was in
with a senator in sharing profits on
the leak. The committee ordered
White subpoenaed.
Lawsoni nvolves Secretary MlcAdoo.
Lawson declared he could not name
any members of congress who had
been buying and selling. He named
Pliny Fiske, another financier, as the
banker whom White referred to in
telling him that a cabinet member,
senator, and banker were in on a deal
in steel, splitting the profits. McAdoo
was named as the cabinet man he had
heard was in on this allegel deal. An-
swering a series of questions as to a
member of congress who had men-
tioned certain names to him, Lawson
repeated several times that Chairman
Henry was the informant.
Would Remove Immunity.
Washington, Jan. 15.-A resolution
declared to be aimed directly at Repre-
sentative Wood and other instigators
of the Lawson leak investigation, re-
moving immunity from congressional
speeches unless actually made on the
floor, and even then removing im-
munity if they are made without full
justification and with willful intent to
injure the character of any persons,
was introduced and passed in the
house today.
Asks Investigation of Officials.
Washington, Jan. 15.-Representa-
tive Campbell of Kansas, Republican
member of the rules committee, today
introduced a resolution for a commit-
tee of five representatives to determine
whether any officials of the legislative
or executive branches of the govern-
ment had profitted in the stock mar-
ket since March 4, 1915, byareason of
advance information on action by
either branch of the government. It
was referred to the rules committee.
Jiexican - U. S.
Conference Ends
Makes No Definite Recommendations
for Withdrawal of Troops
from Mexico
New York, Jan. 15.-The Mexican-
American commission permanently ad-
journed today after failing to recom-
mend the withdrawal of Pershing's
forces from Mexico, but recommend-
ing the restrictions of full diplomatic.
relations and advocating that a com-
mission take care of all American
claims in Mexico.
New York, Jan. 15.-The Mexican-
American commission formally closed
its deliberations late this afternoon
without making any definite recom-
mendations regarding withdrawal of
troops from Mexico. Full re-establish-
ment of diplomatic relations with
Mexico was recommended.
It was announced that the commis-
sion would make no recommendations
to the president, preferring to leave

him with hands free, but suggesting
that the work started in the conference
might be continued by Ambassador
Fletcher. , Secretary Lane said no
statement regarding loans to Mexico
or the lifting of embargo on shipments
of arms was made. The Mexican com-
missioners did not say that the secre-
tary of the interior announced that
they would recommend to Carranza the
full re-establishment of diplomatic re-
lations. However, the secretary be-
lieved that they would make such a
suggestion to their chief.
W. F. Gerhardt, '17E, Resigns Position
W. F. Gerhardt, '17E, chairman of
the "Y" social service workers, re-
signed at the last meeting of the "Y"
cabinet. His successor has not yet
been chosen.

"KA T IN KA"
ARCADE,
Shows at 3:oo: -o: :oo: :30
zoc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Phone 2g6-M.
Tire.-16-Mabel Taliaferro in "The Dawn
of Lowe." (Ret.) ; Mutt and Jeff
Cartoon.
Wed.-17-Clara Kimball Young in "The
Rise of Susan"; Mutt and Jeff Cartoon.
15c.
Thu.-1S- Theds Mara in "The Vixen";
i Chap.i12 of "Gloria's Romance" ("Her
Fighting Spirit") 15c
Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, 2:OO3 :30: Evening. 6:45,
8:15, g:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Tues.-16-Dorothy Gish in "Atta Boy's
Last Race." Also Triangle Comedy. 15c

Mat.
Wed. & Sat.

What we
d0 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 EAT STORE
617 Packard Next to the Delta
Cor. Packard and State
SELECT DEBATING TEAMS
FOR MID-WEST T
FINAL ELMINATION FOR DEBATES
WITH ILLINOIS AND WISCON-
SIN MADE SATURDAY
The personnel of the two debate
teams that will meet Illinois and Wis-
consin universities in the Mid-west De-
bating league will be chosen next Sat-
urday, Jan. 20, when the final elimina-
tions will be held in room 302 Mason
hail, commencing at 8:30 o'clock.
Each speaker is to be given eight
minutes in which to deliver his con-
structive speech and this will be fol-
lowed by four minutes of rebuttal. In
addition, each contestant is to present
a brief for the side of the question on
which he will speak.
The list of remaining contestants
and the order in which they will speak
are as follows, the position of their
appearances having been determined
by lot:
Affirmative: C. E. Hutton, '17, J. R
Simpson, '18, R. W. Ward, '18, H. F.
Massnick, '18, and L. W. Lisle, '17L.
The negative speakers are: S. D.
Frankel, '17L, R. E. Kahle, '17, L. B.
Harper, '18L, P. A. Miller, '17L, H. B.
Teegarden, '17, N. D.'Ireland, '18L, and
A. R. Bogue, '18L.
Stiffragettes Hold Quarterly Meeting
The Michigan State Board of the
Equal Suffrage association will hold
its quarterly meeting in Ann Arbor
today and tomorrow, the members to
be entertained at the dormitories and
several sorority houses. The members
of the board will be entertained at
lunch today with the officers of the)
local association, at the home of Miss
P. E. Little.
Miss Ethel Vorce of Detroit, will
speak to the college girls at both
dormitories. On Wednesday, the meet-
ing at Harris hall will be open to all
interested persons. At this meeting
the different members of the board
will talk and answer questions.

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DETROIT

Week of
Jan. 15

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Xcd.-W17-N. S. Hart in "The Aryon,"
Triangle Comedy, "His Bread and
Iutter." (Rebooked.)
Thu.-Fri.-z8-9-Fannie Ward in "The
Years of the Locust." Also Bray Car-
toons1.

Sheehan & Co.
C. W. CRAhAM, Mgr.

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PRICES:-50c-75c-$1.00 Matinee

50c-75c-$1 .50 Night

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WHITNEY THEATRE
SATURDAY (Matinee and Night) JAN. 20
An Unusual Musical Comedy. Direct from 200 performances Longacre
Theatre, New York.
By the authors and composers of "Adele" and "Alma"
CAST OF ABSOLUTE DISTINCTION
Beth Groves-Young, Willis Claire, Betty Barnell, Fred Frear, Geraldine
Malone, Toth Collins, Clara Thrupp, Leland Stearns, Jewel Taylor, Marc
E. Dorsey, Bertram Parry, Harry Marks, Angelo Romeo, and other
Musical Comedy Favorites.
Singing Organization of Special Merit. Scenic Splendor
Gorgeous Costumes. Attractive Clever Girls Galore.

WHITNEY

THEATRE

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THURSDAY, JAN. 18
SELWYN & COMPANY
Producers of "Within the Law," "Under Cover"
"Twin Beds," "Under Sentence," and Margaret
Illington in "The Lie," etc., etc., etc.
PRESENT

ALL THIS WEEK

THEIR ANNUAL LAUGH FESTIVAL

Fair AND W

A PRESCRIPTION FOR THE BLUES
COMPOUNDED --
By AVERY ,HOPWOOD

The Comedy that ran over one year at the Harris (Selwyn & Co.'s own)
Theatre. N.Y., and broke all records for big business.
Now playing at the Cort Theatre, Chicago,

PRICES: 50c -75c - $1.00 - $1.50

Boxes $2.00

SEAT SALE - TUESDAY, JAN. 16 -10 A. M.

Flann91 Shirts made to order. 9. H.
Wild Company. Leading merchant
tailors. State street. tf
The Michigan Daily for service.
Children's uancing class at the
Packard. Fridays, 3:30 P. M. 16tf
A bit of a compliment to the folk at
home, were a giftie of somthing niftie
from the James Foster House of Art. tt
For live, progressive, up-to-date ad-
rertising use The Michigan Daily.

Alarm clocks, $1.00 up.
Jeweler, 113 South Main St.

Chapman,
tues-eod

Beginning classes in Shorthand,
Typewriting and Bookkeeping, at the,.
School of Shorthand, 711 No. Univer-
sity Ave. 16
SKATING CARNIVAL, Wed.; Jan.
17, 7:30 to 10 P. M. Fancy skaters
from Detroit. Weinberg's Coliseum.
Tickets at the Delta, Wahr's and Moe's
Athletio Store, 16
Try a Michigan Daily Want Ad.

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