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Unless they fit perfectly and are absolutely correct in every
detail, they look ridiculous.
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at ease at any function because he KNOWS his clothes are
faultless in design and fit.
IS ECONOMICAL TO BUY YOUR DRESS SUIT WHERE YOU
KNOW IT WILL BE PERFECT, THEN YOU WILL
HAVE NO REGRETS

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NOW PLAYtNG
THE MUSICAL HIT!
"'The Six
Little
Wives"~

council and women's judiciary council
in Barbour gymnasium parlors.
U-Notices.

Fresh lits may pay dues today
main corridor of U-hall from 11
12 o'clock, or from 3 to 5 o'clock.

in
to

Plenty to look and
laugh at.
SUNDAY
Elbert Hubbard's Great Essay
"A MESSAGE TO GARCIA"
WHAT'S GOING ON
Today.
8:30 to 12 o'clock-Registrar's office
f lit department open for election
lanks.
1 o'clock-Rehearsal of act three of
Pillars of Society," University hall.
2 to 5 o'clock-Final hours for se-
uring election blanks in Jit college
t registrar's office.
4 o'clock-Senior law class meets in
oom B of the Law building.
4 o'clock-Rehearsal of act four of
Pillars of Society," University hall.
7:15 o'clock-Band meets, uniform
louse only, in Hill auditorium.
7:30 o'clock-Alpha Nu meets in
.lpha Nu rooms to go in a body to
he varsity debate.
7:30 o'clock--Adelphi meets in
.dephi rooms to go in a body to the
arsity debate.
8 o'clock-Chicago-Michigan debate
Z Hill auditorium.
8 o'clock-Dr. W. D. Richardson
elks to the American Chemical society
a the amphitheater of the Chemistry
uilding.
9 o'clock-Round-Up club member-
hip dance at the Union.
9 o'clock-Gleaners' dancing party
z Gleaner hall.
Tomorrow.
1 o'clock-Rehearsal of act one of
Pillars of Society," University hall.
2 o'clock-Rehearsal of act two of
Pillars of Society," University hall.
3 o'clock-Rehearsal of act three of
Pillars of Society," University hall.
4 o'clock-Rehearsal of act four of
Pillars of Society," University hall.
8 o'clock-Council dance at Barbour

* * * * * * * * * * * * * *
* CLASS NOTICES *
* The laboratory in gas analysis, *
* chemistry 35, is open every aft- *
* ternoon and Saturday morning. *
* Laboratory recitations are held *
* Monday, Wednesday and Friday at *
* 1 o'clock. Students in the Literary *
* college wishing to elect this course *
* may take their laboratory any two *
* half days a week, provided one of *
* them includes a recitation day. *
* More students will apply for this *
* course than can be accommodated,
* so that it is important that all *
* who wish the course appear *
* promptly. Late comers cannot
* take the course.
* W. L. BADGER. *
* * * * * * * * * * * * * *
ENGINEERING NUMBER OF THE
ALUMNUS WILL APPEAR TODAY

Contains Articles on Technical
search and Conference
Situation

Re.

The engineering number of the Mich-
igan Alumrnus will appear today. Itj
will contain a discussion by James
Rowland Bibbins, ,'99E, on "The Op-
portunities for Advanced Technical
Research in American Universities,"
and an article by W. W. Bishop, '92,
which describes the collection of rare
and beautiful books which were re-
cently presented to the University by
Mr. A. M. Todd of Kalamazoo. A full
page portrait of the late Professor
Knowlton of the Law school also ap-
pears in this number of the magazine,
together with the resolutions passed
by the committee of the faculty of the
Law school embodying an appreciation
of his work.
Other features are a discussion of
two views of the conference question
and a report of the board in control of
athletics, as well as a number of other
interesting articles.
Coniviil Dance Begins at Eight o'Clock
Tomorrow night's dance, given by
the Student council and the Women's
judiciary council in Barbour gym-
nasium, will present an innovation in
campus dances in that it will begin
at 8 o'clock. Tickets will be on sale
today in the corridor of U-hall from
10 to 12 o'clock and from 1 to 2 o'clock.
The price is fifty cents per couple.
Prof. and Mrs. Ralph W. Aigler and
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Marsteller will
act as chaperones.

Washington, Jan. 18. - Shermani
Whipple of Boston, late this afternoon
was appointed attorney for the house
leak investigation committee. The
committee hearing will be resumed at
10 o'clock Monday morning with Mrs.
Ruth Visconti as the first witness.
Washington, Jan. 18.-Secretary of
State Lansing today issued the follow-
ing statement in answer to reports
voiced by Thomas W. Lawson in the
note leak investigation: "While I dis-
like very much to dignify by denial
false and malicious scandal, at the
same time the publicity which has
been given to some of the reports war-
rants me in saying in regard to the
statement that I breakfasted several
times with Mr. Baruch at the Biltmore,
implying, I assume, that I gave him
advance information concerning the
notes to belligerents, that I never to
my knowledge saw Mr. Baruch at any
time. I do not know hinn, and never
had any conversation with him, and
have only been out of Washington
Tmee since electitn and that was to at-
tend the army-navy game, Nov. 25."
VILLA DEFEATS GOVERNMENT
TROOPS IN SIX-DAY BATTLE
El Paso, Jan. 18.-In the battle of
Palomas between Carranzistas and Vil-
'istas, now in its sixth day, Villa has
repulsed the government troops, in-
flicting heavy losses, according to re-
ports reaching the border this after-
noon. General Murgia drew every
available man from the Chihuahua
City garrison last night to reinforce
his troops.
Outside Work on Wing Nearly Done
If Ann Arbor gets its annual Jan-
uary thaw, brick work will be com-
pleted and the last floor will be poured
on the new west wing of the Library.
This being done, work on the interior
will progress rapidly. According to
Librarian William Bishop, all material
for the completion of the building is
on hand and 10 days of moderating
weather will be sufficient to complete
the outside work.
Molar Pullers Enjoy Smoker
A dent was put into the glooms at-
tendant upon the approaching finals by
the all-dental smoker held at the
Union last Tuesday night. Several
members of the faculty gave short
talks and musical numbers were given
by a 10-piece orchestra and the junior
and senior quartets. Liberal supplies
of cider, cigarettes, smoking tobacco
and sandwiches were masticated.
Special Meeting of Craftsmen
Craftsmen club will hold a special
meeting Saturday night at which time
all the class teams will report for prac-
tice. A week from this Friday five
third /degrees will be conferred for
the fraternity. Several of the candi-
dates are well known.
Tighten Contract Letting in New Bill
Washington, Jan. 18.-A resolution
to make it unlawful to -award a gov-
ernment contract to foreign nations
was introduced today by Representa-
tive Rodenburg, Illinois Republican.
The bill was referred to the judiciary
committee.
Fresh Dents Elect Officers
Freshmen dents taking the four-year
course elected their officers for the
year Tuesday. The officers are: G. W.
Mitchell, 20D, president; L. H. Parks,
20D, vice-president; F. B. Crill, 20D,
secretary, and 0. H. Lubke, '20D, treas-
urer.
Chaperones Selected for Dance

Chaperones for the dance at the
armory tomorrow night have been an-
nounced. Dr. J. F. Scott and Mrs.
Scott and Prof. Samuel Moore and
Mrs. Moore will officiate.
Block M Chocolates in Yellow and
Blue, $1.00 a pound. Bloomfields, N.
University. 19-20-26-27

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Orpheum Theatre
Matinees. 2:00-3:30: Evening, 6:45,
8:15, 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Friday -"19t-Fannie Ward in "The
Years of the Locust." Also Bray car-
toons.
Sat-2o-Bessie Barriscale in "A Corner
to Colleens." Also Triange Coinrdy
15c.
Sun.-Mon.-21-2 Marguerite Clark in
":Miss George Washington." Also
Hfolmes Travels, 15c.

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OC Unless Otherwise Specifed.
Phone 26M
Fri.-i9 Julius Steger in "The Stolen Tri-
umph"; Drew Comedy.
Sat.-2o- Antonio Moreno and Naomi
Childers in '"The Devil's Priz~e."
Chi dlren's :Matinee, 2 l'. M. "Letter
to Uncle Sam." "Bringing Home the
Pup," "Wiklie's Sacrifice."
Mon.-Tue.-Wed.-22.23-24-Mary Pickford
in "The Pride of the Clan." 25c.

W HI T N EY E A T R E
SATURDAY (Matinee and.Night) JAN. 20

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Goodhew Floral Col
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.
Rae Theatre
TO-DAY and TO-NIGHT
"TILLIES
PUNCTUED
ROMANCE",
7 Reels of Fun

\lusical Comedy. Direct from 200 perfotrmances Longacre
Theatre, New York.

D I (LII v Iis, , :.II A CU I.a pobcr;, of .i'
CAST OF ASSOLUTE DISTINCTION .
Beth Groves-Young, Willis Claire, Betty Barnell, I red Frear, Geraldine
Malone, Tom Collins, Clara Thrupp, Leland Stearns, Jewel Ta Ior, Marc
E. Dorsey, Bertram Parry, Harry Marks, Angelo Romeo, and other
Musical Comle'y Favorites.
Singing Organization of Special Merit. $cenic tptendcr
Gorgeous Costumes. Attractive Clever C ris Calore.

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PRICES:-50c-75c-51.00 Matinee

S~c-75c-$1 .50 Night

P,.mF

First Show 2 P. M.

Last Show 9:30 P. M.

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HOUSE DEMOCRATS SPLIT
OVER PEACE LEAK PROBE
(Continued from Page One.) °
too much would engage the attention
of the probers.
Representative Campbell of the rules
committee representing Republican
members, protested against the "sur-
prising action" of Democrats in meet-
ing by themselves to select counsel. He
stated Republican members of the
committee did not know until they
saw a placard in the house caucus
room that the hearings of the com-
mittee had been postponed indefinitely.
Shortly after Campbell issued his
statement he and Representative Len-
root, another Republican committee-
man, conferred with the Democratic
members.
A big new stock of 1917 calendars
(for picture inserts) at 1915 prices.
Lyndon's. Sun-eod
Flannel Shirts made to order. G. H
Wild Company. Leading merchant
tailors. State street. tf

ENGINEERING COLLEGE NEWS'
"The Successful Engineer" was the
subject of a talk given to the sopho-
more engineering class yesterday by
Prof. L. M. Gram of the structural en-
gineering department. Prof. Gram
pointed out that while it was not nec-
essary to attend a university in order
to become a successful engineer, it did
save a man at least 25 per cent of the
time to arrive at the goal.
According to the reports of the So-
ciety of Civil Engineers there is hardly
any difference in the salaries of the
college engineer and the self made
engineer after the first ten years of
practice, but after 30 years there is a
decided difference, averaging $2,000
per year in favor of the college man.
Dr. W. D. Moriarty of the English
department gave a short talk on the
honor system.
At the meeting of the student branch
of the A. S. M. E. last night, the fol-
lowing juniors were elected as officers
for the coming year: Chairman, W. A.
McKinley; vice-chairman, W. C. Good;
secretary, Karl Bintz, and treasurer,
E. F. Gagodzinski.
Junior engineers elected E. C.
Schacht to represent them in the stu-

dent council at their assembly yester-
lday morning. Prof. Trueblood of the
oratory department was the principal
speaker of the meeting.
1. A. R. Elect Officers for 1917
The Daughters of the American Rev-
olution held their annual luncheon at
the Union yesterday. Reports from
I the different committees were pre-
sented and the following officers were
elected for the coming year: Regent,
Mrs. William Doty; vice-regent, Mrs.
Beeman; secording secretary, Miss
Whedon; corresponding secretary,
diss Forsythe; treasurer, Mrs. A. E.
White; historian, Mrs. Mac Bride; reg-
istrar, MVIrs. Hammond; directors, Mrs.
Kinyon, Mrs. Millen, and Mrs. Wait.
Acquire New Zoology Specimen Case
In order to promote the interest of
the students of the zoology department
in extra class room research and dis-
cussion, a new specimen case has
been installed in the corridor of the
second floor of the Natural Science
building. The exhibit will be changed
each month, and at present three specl-
meiis of the various insecta arranged
in such a manner as to portray the
different stages in the life history of
each.

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The MiChigan Daily for ervico.

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ymnasium. I Regular ,Assembly at the Armory
9 o'clock-Dance by the student Saturday night. 18-19

Play we inquire about its health?

Is it pretty well?

Does

it work all right?

Get interested in. your watch 's velfare

Get your shoes fixed at Paul's Place
1 E. William St. 5tf

Children's dancing class at
Packard. Fridays, 3:30 P. M.

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