New Lot Just Received
" _ Also
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like cut. for
GO TO ANN ARBOR'S LEADING
for Amateur Finishing, Copying, Enlarging Lantern
Slides etc. A complete anA fresh stock of Eastman
Kodaks and Supplies always on hand.
L Y N N S 719 N. University Ave.
Z§ ,-3ECIAL BA-R$41"AINNS
aa to e.
Dark Brown Cordovans
$3.50 to $5
TO AWIR PRIZE 1S
ESSAYS ON CITY NEEDS1
Wed. 4& Sit.
,ALL. THIS I
Hoff s te tte r 's
Walk-Over Boot Shop
We can save Skates fastened
you money 115 . Iai St Gratis
OFFERS PRIZES OF
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Ward's Tailor T0
That classy look in ,men' s clothes comes from
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1857 Dry Goods, Furniture and Women's Fashions 1917
The National Municipal league an-
nounce two prizes for the year 1917.
They are the Morton Denison Hull
and William H. Baldwin annual prizes.
The Hull award, which has been
established only recently, is for $250,
and is open to post-graduate students
only who are, or who have been, with-
in a year preceding. the date of the
competition, registered and resident in
any college or university of the United
States offering distinct and independ-
ent instruction in municipal govern-
Any suitable subject may be selected
by a competitor provided it be sub-
mitted to the secretary of the league
and approved by him at least 30 days
before the time set for the close of
the competition. No preliminary ap-
proval is required in case the selec-
tion is made from the following list
of suggested subjects:
1. The history of municipal govern-
ment in the United States during
either one of the following periods:
(a) From the Revolution to the Civil
war; (b) from the Civil war to the
2. The charter and the practical
workings of government in any Amer-
ican city having a population of 50,-
000 or over.
3. The legal problems involved in
the home rule charter, with special
reference to the experience of those
states in which the system has been
4. The problem of sewage disposal
in American cities.
5. Public 'utilities commissions,
with special reference to the control
of municipal public utilities in any
state in the Union.
6. Municipal accounting and budget
rnakin, with special reference to the
actual results derived from the use of
new and uniform methods.
7. Municipal public health agencies.
a 8. The development, present ex-
tent and actual results of municipal
ownership and operation of public
utilities in American cities.
9. Nomination method and election
machinery in cities, with special ref-
erence to ballot reform.
10. Recreation, municipal and com-
11. The purchase of personal serv-
ices and its collateral activities-pen-
siM , salary increases, health inspec-
tion and health insurance.
The Baldwin award is $100, and com-
petition is open to undergraduate stu-
dents registered in a regular course
in any college or university in the
United States offering direct instruc-
tion in municipal government.
The student may either describe the
tendencies in some particular city or
may review the tendencies as reflect-
ed in recent literature on "Municipal
Budget Reform." Each candidate
should give consideration to the fol-
lowing topics: Preparation and re-
view of the estimates, form and con-
,ent, relation between segregation and
administration, conditions attached to
appropriations and procedure and pub-
The essays for the Hull prize should
Mot exceed 20,000 words while those
for the other award must not contain
over 1)100. All essays for both con-
tests must be typewritten in duplicate,
signed with a "nom-de-plume" and
sailed to Clinton Rogers Woodruff,
secretary of the National Municipal
league,:North American building,.Phil-
Competition for the Hull prize closes
Sept. 15, 1917, while contestants for
the Baldwin award must mail their
essays not later than March 15, 1917.
".,, -H , F B :oY "o
01;.Un e sOthris pc2ld
' i; "'The Pride of the Clan." 25c.
Thu..2,,-ladys Coburn in "'The Battle of
Life"; Cha>. 13 of "Gloria's Romance"
("Thie Miduight Riot"). 15e.
Fri.-26+'i:my wehle in "Vanity";
Mtrnees. 2:00-3:30; Evening, 6
:15 9 9430
Satu rdays-Holidays ontinuous.
'1hu.-Fri.-25-26.Cleo Ridgley and Wallace
Reid in "The Yellow Pawn." Also Bray
Sat.-27-Frank Keenan and Enid Mar-
key in "JireGrimsby's Boy." Also
Trian~gle Comedy. 15,c.
Sun.-Mon -28-29- Pauline Frederick in
"Nanette of the Wilds." Also loltnes
~ What we.
do to Hats
In Langdon Mitchell's Comedy
We make hats
We sell hats at retail
We carry a big stock
We lhave the latest all the tithe
We shape hats to fit the head
We clean and reblock hats
From Thackeray's Novel
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard Next to the Delta
Cor. Packard and State
TOMORROW, FRI. JALN., 26
The Prince ot Graustark
A sequel to "Graustark" and
greater than the original
One of the best pictures
ever shown in Ann Arbor
Mr. Drew in a role delightfully unlike any he has ever played,
direct from memorable engagements at the Criterion Theatre
in New York and the Blackstone Theatre, Chicago.
PRICES:-50c-$2.00 MAIL ORDERS NOW
Box Office open Wednesday, 10 A. M.
YOU WILL WANI TO SEE ITWICE
FRIDAY, FEBR UA RY 2
"Drew in the best part he has had in years."-N. Y. Sun
JOHN D. WILLIAMS
W., C1RA!AM, Mgr.
1st. Show 2 P. M.
Last Show 9:30
. t' .' t t . , F . r L L ,
1.z, .__...... ' Ir. Y +LCtl
invites the young women and faculty women of the
University to make use of our splendid facilities in
planning afternoon and evening costumes for use
during the J-Hop season.
A number of exclusive models and many rich, new
materials and trimmings are here for your inspection.
Orders left early will have the prompt attention of
our experienced staff.
The Dressmaking Shop is conveniently located on
the Second Floor near the Tea Room.
8 o'clock--"Pillars of Society" in
8:30 o'clock-Presentation of dramas
by Portmanteau theater in Pease aul-
12 o'clock-January number of In-
lander on sale.
112 o'clock-Law luncheon at the
8 o'clock-Boston Symphony orches-
tra renders a concert in Hill auditor-
HE AD OF FRESHMAN
LIT CLASS RESIGNS
R. C. Stewart Gives School Work as
Cause for Giving Up
1. C. Stewart, president of the fresh-
man literary class, handed in his res-
ignation at the fresh lit assembly held
in the New Science building yester-
day afternoon. His reason for re-
linquishing the office was on account
of the pressure of school work.
The resignation aroused consider-
able discussion and it was finally com-
nionly agreed that Mr. Stewart would
again be tendered the position if he
could be persuaded between now and
next meeting to continue in office.
Dean John R. Effinger of the Lit-
erary college and Dr. H. H. Cummings
of the University health service, ad-
dressed the students on the means of
acquiring a healthy mind and a healthy
The Michigan Daily for service.
3 DAYS COM. TONIGHT
THE GIRL IN
A Modiste's Dream of Milady's Frills & F r c s
C. FRANCS REISNE
"TII E K E NTU CKY I NEL"
BROWING and DEAN
""The Minstrl Man and The Wise Man"
«tWizard of the Concertina"
E XTRA SPECIAL F EATU E
HARRY HOLMAM & Co.
In a Business Comedy "ADAM KLLLJOY"
PROF. )3. LEVI WRITES BOOK]
Member of French Faculty Author of
Prof. Moritz Levi, of the French de-
partment, is the author of a French
omposition book published, just a
few months ago. The work is compos-
ed of English exercises based upon
French'passages and much of it deals
with practical subjects such as "A
Trip to Europe," "Arrival in Paris,"
hotels, apartments, carriages, build-
ings, newspapers and other interesting
facts about Europe,
According to recent advices from
Henry Holt and company, the New
York publishers, the book is having a
large sale throughout the country. It
is also reported that Professor Levi
has been working for some time on
another French text book, which will
be ready for publication in a short
The Michigan Daily for servce.
CLOTIH ES FOR J-HOP
You will find Grennan's custom clothes shop admirably
able to serve you with the most correct modes in suits, shirts,
. DE. GiR E N N A N
606 E. Liberty Street
WHAT'S GOING ON
CON-PROOF BLUE BOOKS
f anhattan Shirt Sale. Reule-Conlin-
gel Co. 200-202 Main St.
4anbattan Shl s at Uig Reductions.
ele-Conlin-Fiegel Co.. 20-202 Main
Father's Illness Calls A. S. Hart Rome
Abraham S. Hart, '17, student coun-
cilnan, was called home yesterday by
the illness of his father, Mr. Max Hart
of 4643 Drexel boulevard, Chicago, Ill.
It is expected that he will not return
before next week.
4:15 o'clock - Public recital at
School of Music.
5 o'clock-Dean A. H. Lloyd .speaks
on "The True Spirit of Inquiry" at
7:30 o'clock-C. R. Underhill lec-
tures in room 348 Engineering build-
Conklin and Waterman
1 11 1 So. Univ.
Morse and Gilbprt
a Michigan Daily Want Ad.
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