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: Full Dress or

GO TO ANN ARBOR'S LEADING
COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHER

Evening Clothes

SPECIAL BARGAINS

A Brilliant Speciality of Ours

Full Dress Suits are the severest test of the Tailors' Art.
Unless they fit perfectly and are absolutely correct in every
detail, they look ridiculous.
The gentlemen wearing MALCOLM Full Dress clothes feels
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 '

for Amateur Finishing, Copying, Enlarging Lantern
Slides etc. A complete and fresh stock of Eastman
Kodaks and Supplies always on hand.
L Y N D 0 1 5 719 N. University Ave.

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SUNDAY SERVICES IN
ANN ARBOR CHURCHES
First M. E. Church.
Morning worship at 10:30 o'clock.
Unitarian Church.
Morning service at 10:30 o'clock, at
which the Rev. R. S. Loring will give
his third address on "Teaching of the
Bible."

ARCADE
Shows at -ns io: R-oo; : o
ioc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Phone 296-M.
Fri.-19 Julius Steger in "The Stolen Tri-
umph"; Drew Comedy.
Sat.-20-Antonio Moreno and Naomi
Childers in "The Devil's Prize."
Chiidrr-n's Matinee, z P. M. "better
to Uncle Sam." "Bringing Home the
Pup," "Willie's Sacrifice."
Mon.-Tue. d.-22-23-24-Mary Pickford
in "T~he Fri le of the Clan." 25c.

ALL THIS WEEK

J. K. Malcolm

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Malcolm Building

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St. Andrews' Church.
Morning service and prayer at 10:30
o'clock. Holy communion at 7:30
o'clock in the morning.
First Baptist Church.
Morning worship at 10:45 o'clock.
Community Chapel.
Community meeting at 7:30 o'clock
in the evening.
Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church.
English service at 8:30 o'clock.
Broadway M. E. Church.
Class meeting at 9:30 o'clock, sub-
ject, "Burdens."
Bethel A. M. E. Church.
Preaching at 10:30 o'clock. Subject.
"The Place for Worship."
Bethieham Evangelical Church.
English service at 9 o'clock.
Church of Christ (Disciples).
Morning worship at 10:30 o'clock.
First Congregational Church.
Morning service at 10:30 o'clock.
Reverand Douglas will speak on
"Pride," the second in the series of
sermon-lectures on "Personal Power."
St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran.
Sunday service at 10:30 o'clock.
German L. E. Church,
Preaching services by Rev. A. C.
Bau at 10:30 o'clock.
Presbyterian Church.
Morning service at 10:30 o'clock.
Theme, "The Good Samaritan."
Jewish Student Congregation
Rabbi A. J. Weinstein of Fort Wayne,
Ind., will address the Jewish Student
congregation of the University at 6:45
o'clock tonight in Newberry hall. Sub-
ject, "A Candid Self Appraisal."
Mrs. W. H. Ruffle to Entertain Dames
Mrs. W. H. -Ruffle, 720 Arbor street,
will be hostess to the Michigan Dames
at a thimble party Monday evening at
7:45 o'clock. Results of the member-
ship campaign will be announced at
this meeting.
Son Born to Harold L. Ballard, '12E
Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Ballard of
Berwyn, Ill., announce the birth of a
son. James Henry, Jan. 19. Mr. Bal-
lard graduated with the engineering
class of 1912. Mrs. Ballard, nee Aline
Morley Smith of Detroit, was at one
time enrolled in the University, but
took her degree at Smith college.

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Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, 2: 03:30; Evening, 6:45,
S:7ยง, 9:3 J.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Sun.-Mon.-2I-22-Margu rite Clark in
"Miss George W-ashington." Also
Holmes Travels. 15c.
Tues.-23-Douglas Fairbanks in "Ameri-
can Aristocracy." Also Triangle Com-
edy 15c.
NVCi.->4-(Paby) Marie Osborne in
"Shadows and Sunshine." Also Corn-
ed'.

Pop. Mat. Wed.
Best Seats $i.oo
Sat. Mat. 25c
to $x.50.

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Sheehan & C.

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Week,
Nights

Jan. 22
25C to
$2.00

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Today
0 o'clock-Students of Unitarian
ty meet in organization's rooms.
'clock - Menorah society elects
rs in Newberry hall.
Tomorrow
'clock - Girls' Educational club
in Cercle Francais room.
U-Notices
e Round-Up club will have a
i at the J-hop. Those members
ing information concerning the
call Williams at 2220.

ntercoicotiate

ahoma: The University of Okla-
oma baseball team will meet the
iicago White Sox in one of the
tter's pre-season games on March
Oklahoma also expects to book a.
me with the Chinese team which
urs the western section of the
untry every spring.
State: Preparations for the fifth
.nual farmers' week to be held
om Jas. 29 to Feb. 3 are now under
%y at Ohio State university. Meat
tting demonstrations, motion pic-
res, instruction in stock raising,
mestic science for boys and girls,
d musical entertainments are
anned for the week.
iesota: The number of women
tending the University of Minne-
ta totals almost 2,000, reports the
,nnesota Daily. Of that number
ere is but one registered in the
w school, while over 60 per cent'
e taking regular academic work.
consin: Wisconsin may man an
tire ambulance corps on the Eu-
pean battle fields, if a few more
idents volunteer for the work. Al-
ady almost enough to supply the
rps have been enlisted at the uni-
rsity.
aturing hot soda for zero weather.
imfields. N. University.
ary Pickford in "The Pride of the
." Arcade. Mon., Tues., Wed. 21

STANFORD NEW OPPONENT
ON BASEBALL SCHEDULE
(Continued from Page Three.)
understood that negotiations are pend-
ing and that it is probable that the
diamond aggregation will be shunted
southward before they open on Ferry
field.
Kalamazoo College First.
The first contest on Ferry field will
be against Kalamazoo college and the
second against Marshall college of
West Virginia. This last team is a new
opponent for the Wolverines in Ann
Arbor, although the southerners have
been met in previous years when the
team went south.
One of the surprises of the schedule
is the game against Leland Stanford,
which is down on the books for June
27. This will wind up the season and
if the excellent track team that the
westerners sent to Ann Arbor last sea-
son be a criterion, their diamond ath-
letes may be expected to caper about
much as though they were fully ac-
quainted with the duties confronting
them.
The Eastern Trip.
Syracuse is the first team met on
the eastern trip and after a two-game
stand against the Orange, Michigan
moves on to Ithaca, where the Cor-
nellians are encountered in a two-
game series. Swarthmore follows and
the trip winds up against Pennsyl-
vania. The first team that the Wol-
verines tack up against on their re-
turn is the Polish seminary.
It will be remembered that the All-
Fresh opposed the Poles last season in
two games and split even, winning the
first and dropping the second.
May 26 is an open date as yet.
JESSIE DICKERN HOSOX,
Teacher of singing in Detroit Institute
of Musical Art, formerly teacher in
University School of Music, 1905-14,
will accept a limited number of pu-
pils Tuesdays and Fridays. Credit
will be given if desired in the Detroit
Institute of Musical Art. Ann Arbor
address 1702 Geddes avenue. Phone
1724-W. sun-tf
The Michigan Daily for service.

Goodhew Floral Co.
225 E. Liberty. Phone 1321
Everything in the line of
fresh cut flowers.
Good variety of flowering
pants.
Greenhouses--Observatory and
Volland St. Phone, 174-M.
FARRELL GETS BEST TRACK
ENCOUNTERS IN SOME TIME
(Continued from Page Three.)
bable that one Simpson, of hurdling
fame, may be encountered there, and
if there are many of his caliber the
meet should resemble an amateur
Olympic fest.
Cornell will bring about the strong-
est team in the east to Ann Arbor
when the Red clashes with the Maize
and Blue team here. This means that
it is about the best combination in the
country. Cornell excels in track and
field events and in nearly every meet
in which that team engages drags
down the lion's share of points.
Relays Start Outdoor Season
Two relay carnivals introduce the
outdoor season. The first is the Drake
affair at Des Moines, and the second
the Penn races at Philadelphia. These
meets mean that material for combina-
tion runners will be very much in de-
mand over in Waterman gym from
now on. Between the relays and the
first outdoor dual meet there will be
an opportunity for the home talent to
exhibit its wares in the annual Varsity
meet May 5. Notre Dame is to be en-
countered at South Bend, followed by
Syracuse at Ann Arbor.
As a wind-up to the season the team
will go to the eastern intercollegiates.
There are rumors that the big event
of the year will be held at Ithaca this
season.
See Mary Pickford in "The Pride of
the Clan," at the Arcade, Jan. 22, 23,
and 24. 21
Try a Michigan Daily Want Ad.

Anna Wheaton
Marie Carol
Caroline Lee
Marion Davies
Jenette Cook

The Cast of Stars Includes
Jack Gardner
Frank McGinn
Carl Lyle
Justine Johnson
Patricia Clark f
AND MANY OTHERS

Entire Production Staged by Robert Milton.
Dances and Ensembles Arranged by David Bennett.
Orchestra Conducted by Max Hirschfeld.
IT'S DAINTY-DELIGHTFUL-SMART

The Comstock-Elliott Co. Presents
THE FOURTH NEW YORK PRINCESS THEATRE
MUSICAL COMEDY PRODUCTION

ANNUAL

Shirt Sale

In order to make room for spring
SHIRTs at the following prices:

shirts we are offering ARROW

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$3.50 shirts
3.00 shirts
2.50 shirts
2.00 shirts
1.50 shirts
1.00 shirts

.$2.60
. 2.20
. 1.85
. 1.45
- 1.20
.90

Book and Lyrics by Guy Bolton and P. G. Wodehouse-Music by
Jerome Kern
JUST LAUGHS-TINKLING TUNES-PRETTY GIRLS

Creighton Hale
Stephen Maley
Laura Haviland
Helen O'Day
Katherine Hurst

Get your shoes fixed at Paul's
611 E. William St.

Place
5tf

Most of these shirts are brand new

Children's aancing class at the
Packard. Fridays, 3:30 P. M.- 16tf
Films developed and printed in 8
hours at the Kodak Florist. Arcade,
S. State St. sun
Mary Pickford in "The Pride of the
Clan." Arcade. Mon., Tues., Wed. 21

GEO. W. KYER
Cor. N. University and Thayer

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Furnishings
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TROUPE-WORLD'S GREATEST .TUMBL ERE-10 PECPLE 1b
Late feature Gertrude Hoffman Shvw
LAVINE and INMAN LEW and MOLLIE HUNTING
in "Sally's Visit" A RURAL COMEDY SKETCH. (Late for Hunting) IN A VARIETY OFFERING
BONNIE GAYLORD and IVA LANCTON
"TWO CORK-ING GIRLS"
Extra Special Feature
KELLER ACK ANNAEARL
ORIGINAL SONGS AND PATTER

1:30-3-7 & 8:30 p. m.
MESSAGE
TO'
GARCIA"1
with Mable Trunelle
and Robt. Conness
A Delightful
Film Story
Based on the immortal essay .f
ELBERT HUBBARD

Liberty at dod

Seats 10c

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