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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-
ed in this sale are many spring weight coats, just what you
I need in sixty days from now, and at that time you wilitpay

GO TO ANN ARBOR'S LEADING
COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER
for Amateur Finishing, Copying, Enlarging Lantern
Slides etc. A complete and fresh stock of Eastman
Kodaks and Supplies always on hand.
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SPECIAL BARGAINS

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All our garments are new, many have only been in the
thirty days. First come, first served.

)ress Suits
or Hire

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604 EAST LIBERTY

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viK*OAE THEATRE

TONIGHT
THEDA BARA
"UNDER TWO FLAGS"
If you hate Theda Bara, see her
in "Under Two flags" and learn
to love her.
First show 2 p. in., last show 9 :30.

FRIDAY, JAN 19
"TILLIE'S PUNCTURE I)
ROMANCE"
-witth-
CILARLIE CHAPLIN
MARIE DRESSLER
MABLE NOIRDMAN
7-Reels of Laughs-7
First show 2 p. i., last show 9:30.

LIT ELECTION BLAKS
MAY BE SECURED TODAY
JIUST BE FILED WIT REGISTRAR
BY 5 O'CLOCK FRIDAY OR $1
FINE WILL BE IMPOSED
Election -blanks for students in the
College of Literature, Science, and the
Arts may be obtained at the registrar's
office at the regular hours today.
These blanks must be filled out and
filed with the registrar Thursday and
Friday of this _eek, on which days
the office will be open between the
hours of 8:30 and 12 o'clock, and from
2 to 5 o'clock. A charge of $1.00
will be made for all elections nmade
after this date.
Requests for extra hours, which
ixiust be renewed each semester,
should be made at the same time the
election blanks are filed. Extra hour
petitions may be obtained with the
election blanks, if desired. Pamphlets
descriptive of additional courses to
be given the second semester and net
announced in the bulletin nwy also
be obtained at the registrar's oflice.
Campus i Brief
Last Saturday night last year's
Technic staff met for the final time un-
der that name. Almost every mem-
ber was present and heard the retiring
men give talks advising the new staff
of the coming work of the year. Up
to that time H. S. Taylor, '18E, and
C. A. Hart, '18E, had received their ap-
pointments as managing editor and
business manager, respectively, but
Saturday night was set aside for the
announcement of the new staff which
is as follows: W. C. Babbitt, '19E, as-
sociate editor; A. G. Pickard, '19E,
college editor; R. H. Erley, '18E,
alumni editor; L. W. Fry, '17A, archi-
tectural editor; H. O. Trerice, '18E. ad-
vertising manager; W. H. Dorrance,
'19E, circulation manager; J. A. Negin,
'19E, assistant circulation manager; J.
J. Kilmer, '18E, sales manager; R. M.
Woodward, '18E, assignment editor.
Charles Morgan, Jr,, director of the
1917 Michigan Union opera, spoke on
the organizatin of the Mask and Wig
club at the Mi es' luncheon held yes-
terday noon at the Union. At the
business meeting held afterward,.
Kemp Burge, '17, was elected to the
committee on committees, which has
charge of the Union.
Carl Baccaro, '20, was sent to the
medical ward of the University hos-
pital yesterday morning.
Dean Victor C. Vaughan of the med-
ical school leaves this morning for Co-
lumbus, 0., where he will deliver a
convocation address to the University
of Ohio tomorrow.

Orheum 'Theatre
Matinees, 2: 00-3:30: Evening, 6:45,
8:15, 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous,
W\ed.-17-W. S. Uart in "The Aryon"
Trian(le Comedy, "Iis Bread and
Butter." (Rebooked.)
Thu.-Fri.-18-19-Fannie ward in "The
Years of the Locust." Also Bray Car-
toons.
Sat.-2o-Bessie Barriscale in "A Corner
in Colleens." Also Triangle Comedy
Ise.

M tat. GA RRI CK Week15
DETROIT
KATINKA"
A R CADE
Shows at 3:00, $:3o; 8:oo: 93:-
roc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Phone ag6-M.
Tue.- 6-Mabel Taliaferro in "The Dawn
of Love" (Ret.) ; Mlutt and Jeff
Cartoon.
Wed.-17-Clara Kimball Young in "The
Thu.-1S--Theda Bara in "The Vixen";
Chap. 12 of "Gloria's Romance" ("Her
Fighting Spirit") r5c

1 WHITNEY THEATRE

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SATURDAY (Matinee and Night) JAN. 20
An Unusual Musical Comedy. Direct from 200 performances Longacre.
Theatre, New York.

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ALL THIS WEEK

Sheehan & Co.

C. W..CRAIAM, Mgr.

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WHETHER you retire in an
old fashioned night shirt
or wear pajamas into
Slumberland your comfort to a
great extent depends upon the
manner in which they are laun-
dered. Fresh night garments
add to the joy of a refreshing
sleep. Call us up.

"MAJESTIC
MAT. 3
N0WNITE 7:30 & 9
Winter Garden
Revue
Gonne and Albert
Five Lyceum Girls
John P. Red
SCAMP & SCAMP
THURSDAY
"Six Little Wives"
7:30 o'clock--Intercollegiate society
meets in New berry hall.
7:30 o'clock- Skating carnival at
Weinberg's coliseum.
Tomorrow
3 o'clock-Rehearsal of act two of
"Pillars of Society," University hail
auditorium.
4 o'clock-Rehearsal of act three of
"Pillars of Society," University hall
auditorium.
7:30 o'clock-Meeting of Christian
Science society in Newberry hail.
7:30 o'clock - Poetry club meets
Cercle Francais room, South Wing, U-
hall.
8 o'clock-Junior engineer assembly,'
room 348 Engineering building.
9 o'clock-Mr. R. Rutledge speaks at
senior engineer assembly in room 348
Engineering building.
HtNT 1YSTE1¢IS MISSING
WOM3AN IN LEAK PRoBE CASE

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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*AT THE THEATERS*

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By the authors and composers of "Adele" and "Alm"

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CAST OF ABSOLUTE DISTINCT
Bet Groves-Young, Willis Claire, Betty Barnell
Malone, Tom Collins, Clara Thrupp, Leland Stea
E. Dorsey, Bertram Parry, Harry Marks, An
Musical Comedy Favorites
Singing Organization of Special Merit.
Gorgeous Costumes. Attractive1

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Fred Frear, Geraldine
rns, Jewel Taylor, Marc
gelo Romeo, and other
s.
Scenic Splendor
Clever Girls Galore.
50c-75c-$1.50 Night

TODAY

Majestic-Vaudeville.
Orpheum-Y. S. Hart in
Aryon." Also Triangle
edy,

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

"The
Con.

WHITNEY

'u' xEA'I'RE

Arcade--Clara Kimball Young in
"The Rise of Susan." Also
-ltuu and Jeff Cartoon.
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THURSDAY, JA N. 18
SELWYN & COMPANY
Producers of "Within the Law," "Under Cover"
"Twin Beds," "Under Sentence," and Margaret
Illington in "The Lie," etc., etc., etc.
PRESENT

AT THE WHITNEY

Moe Laundry
Phone 2355 204 No. Main St
VHITNEY THEATRE
wioe Daily TUES.&WED.
k ETTE
CELE A
IN
"THE DAUCHTER
OF THE GODS"

Avery Ilopwood's "Fair and Warm-
er," which scored such success in New
York last season that a demand for it
had come from different parts of the
country, before the end of the sixth
month at the H~arris theater, will be
presented at the Whitney theater on
Thursday, Jan. 18, by Selwyn and com-.
pany, whose faculty for tickling the
public has not once failed them in the
four years of their existence.
Selwyn and company will present
"Fair and Warmer" here with an ex-
cellent and well-balanced cast of
players.

THEIR ANNUAL LAUGH FESTIVAL

Fair AND Warmer

A PRESCRIPTION FOR THE BLUES
COMPOUNDED -
By AVERY HOP WOOD

atinees at 2:15

Night 8:15

WHAT'S GOING ON
Today
3 o'clock--Rehearsal of act two of
Pillars of Society", University hall
uditorium.
4 o'clock-Senior lit class meeting,
>om 101 Economics building.
4 o'clock-Tryouts for Interscholas-
e basketball manager report at the
:hletio office.
4 o'clock-Rehearsal of act one of
Pillars of Society," University hall
uditorium..
4 o'clock-Cast rehearsal for Union
pera at the Union.
4:15 o'clock-University Symphony
rchestra concert, Hill auditorium.
4:15 o'clock-Prof. A. C. McLaugh-
n lectures, room C of the Law build-
1g.
4:15 o'clock- University Symphony,
rchestra concert, Hill auditorium.
7 o'clock-Chorus rehearsal for Un-

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had established "false trails" to cover
the latest leaks and the system tried
to turn these trails toward administra-
tion people. "For instance," he ex-
plained, "I meant Lansing. I believe
he is absolutely innocent."
Does Not Attack McAdoo or Tumulty.
Lawson declared, however, that he
had not intended to eliminate all ad-
ministration sources when in a recent
letter he accused the system of "laying
the blame at the door of the associates
of the greatest president since Lincoln,
though the system had proved posi-
tively of their innocence. I didn't have
Secretary McAdoo in mind when I
wrote that letter," said Lawson.
"Did you have Secretary Tumulty in

CLASS NOTICES
Section III of course 4a in
oratory, Shakespearean reading,
will meet next semester at 3
o'clock on Monday and Wednes-
day in U-hall, and not at 1
o'clock on Tuesday and Thurs-
day as is stated in the announce-
ment. Section I is also in my
charge.
DR. HOLLISTER.
Professor Robert T. Crane of
the political science department
announces that Dr. L. D. Up-
son, director of the bureau of
the governmental research in
Detroit, will give a course dur-
ing the second semester in mu-
nicipal administration from the
practical standpoint of the man
actually engaged in city work.
The course will be conducted as
a seminary and will deal not
with the theory and principles
of government but with what
actually occurs in the city hall.
The course may be elected as
political science 18 with two
hours credit. The class meets
from 7 to 9 o'clock on Wednes-
day evenings.
Arrangements have been made
for those students desiring to
take both course '32 and course
40 in economics next semester,
so that no conflicts will occur.
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PRICES: 50c -75c -$1.00 - $1.50

Clara Kimball Young will be seen
at the Arcade today in "The Rise of
Susan." This is the last photoplay
in which Miss Young starred for the
World Film corporation, before sever-
ing her connection with that company
to join the Lewis J. Selznick enter-
prises.
"The Rise of Susan" is a very good
story which gives Miss Young an op-
portunity to be all she knows how to
be to her audience. She has several
opportunities to meet tense situations
during the action of the play, and on
every occasion more than meets ex-
pectations.
Children's uancing class at the

Boxes $2.00

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,

SEATS NOW ON SALE

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PEASE AUDITORIUM
Ypsilanti

The Portmanteau theater, Stuari
Walker's portable, movable playhouse.
will be presented by Maximilian Elser
Jr. and Russell Janney at the Pease
auditorium, Ypsilanti, Wednesday, Jan.
24.
The established success of .this dis-
tinctly original theatrical institution
has undoubtedly been brought about
through Stuart Walker's gifts both as
a playright and-a producer. Mechani-'

cally, his theater is simplicity itself.
It is a complete theatrical stage, fufy
equipped to give a performance either
before a few selected guests assembl-
ed in the library of a private home, or
upon so great a stage as that of the
Century theater, New York City.
You have not shopped
Unless you have stopped
At the James Foster House of Art. tf
Get your shoes fixed at Paul's Place
611 E. William St. 5tf

AT THE ARCADE

Packard. Fridays, 3:30 P. M.

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ARCADE JEWELERS

n Opera at Packard academy. mind?" asked Harrison.
7 o'clock-Band rehearsal in Univer- "I didn't have Tumulty in mind in
ty hall auditorium. one way or another," he retorted.
7 o'clock- Meeting of those who Lawson did not say whether McAdoo
ave enrolled in military training in was on the list of innocents he had
'aterman gymnasium..~ mentioned in the letter.

Fine Repair Work

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