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The Cadet

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The Cadet is a Walk-Over
Classic - a model with
striking lines that is as
comfortable as a "broad
shape" on most feet. The
price of leather continues
to advance rapidly-better
get fitted soon-our pre-
sent prices range from $6
to $7.

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.
L Y N D 0 N ' S 719 N. University Ave.

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Test ooks

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for the

PRESENT TSCHAIKOSKYS
TRIO AT FACULTY CONCERT
ALBERT AND SAMUEL LOCKWOOD,
LEE N. PARKER WILL PLAY
GREAT WORK OF MASTER

Walk-Over Shoe Store

115 S. MAIN

ENIORS k
Sit Early For Your "'MICHIGANENSIAN"
PIGTURE AT
MAIN STUDIOS
1546-48 Broadway New York, N.Y
Perfect Portraitures

Unsurpassed Accomodations for
ft jGroup Photographs.
b urn "Amateur Work Handled in a Pro-
fessional Way.
6198. Liberty St. PHONE 946-W

...

WE WILL DOU
1eaning - Pressing - Repairing
AT PRICES LOWEST

An interesting program will be giv-
en at the complimentary faculty re-
cital tomorrow afternoon in Hill au-
ditorium, when Harrison Albert Stev-
ens, of the piano faculty, will appear
in a group of numbers which will in-
clude an Arabesque on the Blue Dan-
ube Waltzes.
The feature of the program, how-
ever, will be Tschaikovsky's Trio, op.
50, which will be 'played by Albert
Lockwood, piano,bSamuelP. Lockwood.
violin, and Lee N. Parker, 'cello. This
monumental work bears the super-
scription "To the Memory of a Great
Artist," andathe composer succeeded
in paying a glowing and immortal
tribute to the memory of his friend
Nicholas Rubenstein, who was con-
sired by the musicians who came in
contact with him, as really greater
than his famous brother Anton.
There are passages, notably the fin-
al climax, which obviously call, for
greater volume of tone than it is pos-
sible for a trio to produce, but the
work is extremely effective. One dis-
tinctly unsuccessful variation, an un-
inspired and rather long fugue, will be
omitted.
The entire program is as follows:
Prelude, Fugue and Variation..
...............Cesar Franck-Bauer
Barcarolle................Chopin
Concert Arabesque on "The Blue
Danube Waltzes" ...........
.. .............Strauss-Schulz-Enler
Harrison Albert Stevens
Trio, A minor, op. 50. ... Tschaikovsky
Albert Lockwood, piano, Samuel P.
Lockwood, violin, Lee N. Parker,
'cello.

Mat. IA D lK Weekof
Wed. & Sat. UGARRICK Feb. 12
DETROIT
ROBERT MANTELL
in Shakesperian roles
ARCADE
Shows at 3:00; 6.30; 8:00; 9:30
"oc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Phone 296-M.
Tue.-13-Clara Kimball Young in "The
Foolish Virgin." 25c.
Wed.-r4-Robert Warwick in "The
Man Who Forgot"; Comedy.
hu.-rS-George Walsh in "The Island
of Desire"; Chap 16, "Gloria's Ro-
mance," ("A Modern Pirate.") 15c.
Fri.- 6-Harold Lockwood and May
Allison in "Pidgin Island"; Drew
Comedy. Isc.

SHEEHAN

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Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, 2:00-3:30: Evening, 6:45,
8:tS, 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Tuyes.- 3-Dorothy Gish in "The Chl-
dren of the Feud." Also Triangle
Comedy. Evening. 15c.
Wed.-i4-Wm. Courtenay in "Kick
In." Also Florence Rose Fashions.
Thirs.-Fri.-15-16-Lou Tellegen in
"The Victoria Cross." Also Bray
Cartoons.

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W HITNEY T H EATRE
FRIDAY,FEBRU ARY 16

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CHARLES

FROHMAN

WARD & CO.
KLASSY KUT KLOTHES

What we
do to Hats

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Presents

Phone 244-R

118 E. Huron St.

JLASAN DERSON

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LAST DAY
HRA KIMBALL YOUNG
in Thomas Dixon's
E FOOLISH VIRGIN"
RCADE THEATRE
25 CENTS
IA JESTIC
w - Playing - Now
irls! Girls! Girls!
The 1917 EdItion of
te Song and
Dance Revue
with LEROY & CAHILL

flack &Co.
(Established 1857)
Official
Laboratory Coats
and
Waiter's
Uniforms

We make hats
We sell ha to 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

DONALD BRIAN

FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard Next to the Delta
Cor. Packard and State

JOSEPH CAWTHORN

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LAST DAY
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG
in Thomas Dixon's
"THE FOOLISH VIRGIN"
ARCADE THEATRE
25 CENTS

IN THE TRIUMPHANT
MUSICAL COMEDY

"SYBIL"

At Lowest Prices

Dae and Neville
TRICOLA&MEYERS
irn, Good & Funny
NOLD & FLORENCE
THURSDAY
"THE CRISIS"
IAT'S GOING ON

Men 's Furnishing Section
(First Floor-Left)

Today
ock- Michigan Law

Review

clock-Meeting of Inlander bus-
staff.
)o'clock-Adelphi House of Rep-
atives meets in Adelphi rooms,
o'clock-Lecture on advertising
ms by C. H. Woodruff of Detroit,
162 natural science building.
Tontmorrow
clock-Consultation of associate
s of Inlander.
'clock - Alexander Berkman
on "Crime and Punishment,"
'rade Union hall.
LAST DAY
.RA KIMBALL YOUNG
in Thomas Dixon's
E FOOLISH VIRGI1N "
ROADE THEATRE
25 CENTS

U-Notices
Assistants and tryouts for the of-
fice of basketball interscholastic man-
ager meet in the athletic office at 4
o'clock this afternoon.
Thle course inadvertising in the eng-
ineering college, English 12, taught by
Dr. W. D. Moriarity, will meet with the
Tryads in room 162 of the natural sci-
ence building to listen to the talk by
Mr. C. H. Woodruff.
LEAGUE HOUSES TO GIVE TEA
IN BARBOUR GYM WEDNESDAY
The first function of the season to
be given by the combined league
houses will be the tea in Barbour
gymnasium Wednesday afternoon from
4 to 6 o'clock, complimenting the
members of the faculty and their
wives. Great interest centers in this
event, for although many delightful
affairs have brought those living in
the various league houses together,
this faculty tea will afford the first
opportunity for university women to
meet the instructors and their wives
in a social way.
Miss Julia Heideman, '18, general
chairman of the affair, and Miss Ethel
Vail, '17, chairman of the social com-
mittee, are putting forth every effort
to make this function a success. The
committee announces that regrets may
be- sent to Barbour gymnasium.

A DELPHI TO HOLD INITIAL
MEETING OF SEMESTER TONIGHT
Adelphi House of Representatives
will hold its first meeting of the sem-
ester in the Adelphi room in Univer-
sity hall at 7:30 o'clock tonight. No
subject has as yet been chosen for the
consideration of the House at this
meeting.
The Adelphi is at present engaged
in a campaign to raise funds from its
alumni and supporters for the purpose
of fitting its rooms with individual
desks and chairs similar to what have
been placed in the Law school. It is
expected that the decorations antici-
pated will have been fully completed
during the remainder of the present.
school year or in the early weeks of
next fall.
'Y, Book Exchange Ready for Business
The "Y" book exchange seems to
have started this year with a rush.
Already there is a large pile of books
from all departments awaiting the man
who needs new text books. The ex-
change is open every afternoon and
evening. The books are brought in by
the students and each man sets his
own price for the books.
Scott Talks on Prose Rythm. ha Ads
"Prose Rythm in Relation to Atyver-
tising" is the subject of an address
given by Prof. F. N. Scott before the
Ad-Craft club of Detroit, last week.
This is the first time that prose
rythm has been discussed before bus-
iness men as a valuable asset in writ-
ing advertisements.
Catholic Students to Dance Friday
The Catholic Students' club will give
the third dance of the school year Fri-
day afternoon from 2:30 to 5:30
o'clock in Packard academy. Prof. and
Mrs. T. J. MacKavanagh will be chap-
erones. The committee on arrange-
ments will be chosen later.
Alarm clocks, $1.00 up. Chapman,
Jeweler, 113 South Main St. tues-eod

Press Sits on Plan for English Loan
Buenos Aires, Jan. 20.-(By mail).-
The Buenos Aires press today sat
down heavily on a plan for the open-
ing of a 40,000,000 pounds Argentine
credit in London, paying six per cent
interest and secured on 80,000,000
pounds worth of treasury, railroad or
industrial securities. This really would
be a loan to England.
The scheme is said to have originat-
d in England, as a means of enabling
the British to buy Argentine supplies
without weighing upon the exchange
rate.
La Nacion says such a transaction
"would have pernicious and disturbing
consequences and would be contrary
to the Argentine fiduciary system of
effective responsibility by converting
the currency or the gold which guar-
antee it into an instrument of insecure
combination of international credit at
a time when the Argentine government
is appealing to foreign credit to help
it out of its financial difficulties."
Even the strongly pro-English
Standard, of Buenos Aires, says, "the
proposal for a loan of any kind from
Argentine to Great Britian is absurd."
President Wilson Formally Re-elected
Washington, Feb. 12. - President
Wilson was today officially declared
the next President of the United
States.
Before both houses of congress as-
sembled in the house of representa-
tives chamber. Vice-president Marsh-
all, formally opened and counted the
ballots of the 531 presidential electors,
which placed President Wilson and
himself at the helm of government for
another four years.
The ballots, sealed and certified by
the secretaries of state of the various
states, were opened by clerks in the
presence of the assembled members
and senators, and checked up by tell-
ers. The result was then announced,
and the Senate returned to its cham-
ber.
FOCUS your buying upon DAVIS,
and take profit in cash-coupons. Davis
at 119 Main. 13-17-18
LAST DAY
CLARA KIMBALL YOUNG
in Thomas Dixon's
" THE FOOLISH VIRGIN "
ARCADE THEATRE
25 CENTS

The greatest array of stars ever gathered together in one
month in any Ann Arbor theatre, will appear at the

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The

Stars
at the
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T H EAT RE

Ma iUE ld ITE CL AMI, : MARY PICKFORD,
TIIED A BAR A, ('LA RNA liMBALL YOITNG,
JI'A N SO UT H'lIX, MME. PTROVA,
WI LlA FAINdiM, DUSTIFN FARN IUM,
Gk:O0. PiE AiILAM, ('VI IAI E C HA PLiN,
WILl A M XIV H. LI 0NELL BA RLORE,
A LICE BR A 1), VIJLA DAXA,
mEARL TMa, (uCEm VUXAIID,
,JUNE~ (A PR ICE, L EW FiE LDS,
IOLlRlOK BLINN, ROBERT WARWICK,
LORI 4 WE BEl, G E IIALILNE O'B RIE N,
FL OilENCE iLA IIADIE, E'TV.

in

February

DURING FEBRUARY
The only theatre in Ann Arbor showing the films of the
Eight Largest producing Companies in the world.

The Plays
in the order in
which they
come to the

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PRICES 50c to $2.00

SALE FEB. 14, 10 A.M.

?i l P1 IILE, FALSE COLORS,
TILE iIsIDEN StAl, ,I'N OF TILE CROSS,
END OF TIlE RA\IN BOW, CAMEK) KIRIBY,
SCARLET NTil, LITTLE MISS HAPPINESS,
TE ATE L DA N, ('IEBIELLA,
GLI, IIA NN A, TTE)ILLIO'N,
THE MAN WHO STOOD STILL,
'T'HE UNWELCOME NOT H Eli, PAWN SHOP,
THi A BAh, _A STRANGER FROlM SOMEWHERE,
'TUE ITALIAN. HETT_," OF .A HERO,
N A'U N 110 E i0OU=00LIFE, T ILE PILLORY,
T IE 1 IIT T A T FALED, BRAY CARTOONS,
CHIIAPLiN, IA) N NO ME LUKE, and
MUTT AID!)JEFF.

in February

Paramount
Pictures

Phone 2334 and ask us to mail one of our monthly programs

Chicago Milwaukee Detroit Minneapols Ann Arbor
FURNISHING S
formal wear that are above reproach
r Lits leave your cane order at once.
LIBERTY AT 606

Suggesting the Need
of Full Dress
With the Concert and social
seasons well under way,
comes the necessity for suit-
able full dress.
In this connection you will find
Grennan's custom clothes shop
admirably able to serve you with
the most correct modes in suits,
shirts, ties, etc.

W1hite Star Ship Sails for Liverpool
New York, Feb. 12.-The White Star
liner Cedric sailed for Liverpool to-
day carrying 5,000 bags of United
States mail and 12,000 tons of con-
traband cargo. She carried no pas-
sengers. The mail was transferred
from the American liners St. Louis
and St. Paul whose sailings have been
indefinitely postponed pending the
armament of the liners.
Cheering hot chocolate that will
please the most critical, served with
whipped cream and wafers. Bloom-
fields. N. University. 21-23-13-14
GOOD shoes on your feet, GOOD
shirt on your back, GOOD hat on your
head,-GOOD SENSE within. Davis,
at 119 Main. 13-17-18

Ex-Carranza Chief on Way to Spain
Dallas, Tex., Feb. 12.-Francisco
Trevino, former commander of the
Carranza garrison at Chihuahua City,
passed through here last night with
his wife, three children, two nurses
and seven women servants and his
former aide, Colonel Manuel Caranza,
en route to New York, where he will
board a liner for Spain.
Genuine leather book covers at
great discount. Allmendinger's Music
Shop, 122 E. Liberty St. 20-tf
LAST DAY
CLAR A KIMBALL YOUNG
in Thomas Dixon's
"T HE FOOLISH VIRGIN"
ARCADE THEATRE
25 CENTS

"T HE CRISIS"

STARTS

THURSDAY

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