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New

Spring

Ruthless-Ruthless-Ruthless
That is the word that describes Lyndon's Kodak Sale.

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A New Bargain every day. Look them over.

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"I may be crazy, but I am going to sell these 50 shop worn Kodaks."

Text Books

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719 N. University Ave.

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are now ready. A selection
made now will be reserved.

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J. K. Malcolm

East Liberty

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FRATERNITIES
te have unsurpassed aceemodations for group photographs

MAIN STUDIOS
1546-48 Broadway New York, N.Y

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Perfect Portraitures
Amateur Work Handled in a Pro-
fessional Way.

SUNDAY SERVIES IN
ANN ARBOR CHURHES
Trinity English Lutheran Church.
Morning service at 10:30 o'clock;
subject, "A Broken Promise."
Unitarian Church.
Morning service at 10:30 o'clock;
subject, "The God of, the Individual
Can We Believe 'He' or 'It' Cares for
Man?"
Church of"Christ (Disciples).
Morning worship at 10:30 o'clock;
subject, "Counting the Cost."
Presbyterian Church.
Services at 10:30 o'clock; "A Man's
Life Work," subject.
First Congregational Church.
Rev. Lloyd C. Douglas will speak
on the subject of "The Pioneers," the
second of his series of sermon lec-
tures.
The First Baptist Church.
Morning 'worship at 10:30 o'clock.
John Mason Wells will preach on
"The Soul's Battle." Baptism precedes
the regular service.
Community Chapel.
Community meeting at 7:30 o'clock.
St. Paul's Evang. Luthern Church.
English service at 7:30 o'clock.
Zion Evang. Luthern Church.
English service at 8:30 o'clock.
First M. E. Church.
Public worship at 10:30 o'clock.
St. Andrew's Church.
Holy communion at 7:30 o'clock.
Bethlehem Evangelical Church.
English service at 9 o'clock.
German M. E. Church.
Sunday school at 9:30 o'clock.
FACULTY SENTIMENT FAVORS
MILITARY TRAINING COURSES

ARC AD E
To0 Urless Otbhrwise Specified
Fri.-i6-Harold Lockwood and May
Allison in "Pidgin Island"; Drew
Comedy. i 5c.
Sat.-i7-Peggy Hyland, Evart Overton
and Chas. Kent in "The Enemy"
Cartoon.
Mon.-ig-Peggy Hyland and Antonio
Moreno in "Rose of the South";
Christie Comedy.

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Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, goo-3:30; Evening, 6:45.
8:15, 9:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Sun.-Mon.- i8-i-Frank McIntyre of Ann
Arbor, in "'1'he Traveling Salesman."
Also Holmes Travels. Evening, ryc.
Tues.-20-Mae Marsh in "The Whart
Rat." Also Triangle Comedy. Even-
ing, i15c.
Wed.-2I-Bluebird Superfeature, "Eagle's
Wings." Evening, 15c.
Thurs.-Fri.-22-23-Vivian Martin in "The
Right Direction."

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LAW STUDENTS TO OBSERVE
WASHINGTON ANNIVERSARY

yATIc W IKETS

61 9 E. Liberty St.

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C. H. Hamill, Chicago, Attorney,
Take Part in Program on
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Goodhew Floral Co.
22> E. Liberty. Phone 1821
Everything in the line of
fresh cut flowers.
Good variety of flowering
plants.
Greenhouses-Observatory and
Volland St. Phone, 170-M.
Complete Samoa Wireless Connections
Washington, D. C., Feb. 17.-Con-
struction of another government wire-
less plant connecting the United States
with its insular possessions, has been
completed at Tutuila, placing the Sam-
oan islands in direct communication
with the outside world for the first
time since their acquisition by the
United States.

The chairman of the senior law
Washington's birthday committee an-
nounced last evening that the plans
for the customary observance of the
holiday in the Law school were well
under way.
Cha'les H. Hamill, a prominent at-
torney and a member of the Rosen-
thral and Hamill law firm of Chicago,
will be the principal speaker, and his
subject will be "The Duty of an Amer-
ican Citizen in the Present Crisis."
The exercises will be held in room
B of the law building from 10 to 12
o'clock and will be open to the entire
campus.
Mr. Hamill was graduated from
Yale university in 1890 and from the
Northwestern university4 law school
three years later, and has been prac-
ticing law and writing extensively up
to the present time.

PIU)NE 242S

ivith each job of i Dollar or more at
FRED H. 1' -CE, Shoe Shop

OPP SITE ORPHEUM
British War Fund Meets Success
London, Feb. 17.-The Weekly Na-
tion says it hears that the war loan
is a great success and that sums have
been mentioned suggesting that the
collection of ne imoney is approach-
ing $5,000,00,0';o.
Buy Kahn or Cambridge tailored
clothes for spring, and get cash-cou-
pons. Davis, at 119 Main. , 13-17-18
The Rust Lettering Scale - price
$1.25 at Wahr's University Bookstore.
13-18 incl.

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likely to be affected in the event of
war, and a growing spirit of indi-
vidualism is also accountable.
No Need for Jingoism.
Michigan is near enough to the East
to feel the enthusiasm which is ani-
mating undergraduates there and
there is little doubt that the arrival
of an officer will produce action.
It would be foolish to attempt to stir
up a jingoistic pandemonium on the
campus at the present time, and noth-
ing of that kind is being done. Those
who are in touch with the military life
of the country know what can be ac-
complished and are anxious to make
the most of the time which is now
available and which will be so badly
needed in the event of actual war.
The enrollment of students in the
military course should more than dou-
ble durg the coming week. Cards
are still to be had in the administra-
tion offices of the literary and engi
neering colleges.
FRESHMEN GIRLS ENTERTAIN
JUNIOR ADVISORS SATURDAY

WHAT'S GOING ON
Today.
1:30 o'clock-Mr. Douglas lectures
he First Congregational church on
e Pioneers."
30 o'clock-Dr. -N. S. Hardikar
Lks at the Unitarian church.
45 o'clock-Meeting of the Plym-
t round table at First Congrega-
al church.
30 o'clock-Dr. C. F. Aked speaks
he First Presbyterian church.
o'clock-Rev. William Heilman ad-
ses the Menorah society in New-
y hall.-
Tomorrow.
o'clock--Meeting of the Comedy
scenario contestants in room 201
t hall.
o'clock--Junior debaters of the
:hern Oratorical league speak in
n B of the law building.
o'clock-Meeting of Girls' Educa-
al club in Cercle Francais rooms.
>'clock-Round-up club smoker at
Michigan Union.
30 o'clock-Meeting of the Cercle
cais in Cercle rooms.

INDEPENDENT GIRLS TO DANCE
Club Plans Party for Next Saturday in
Barbour Gymnasium
Members of the Independent girls'
club are to give a dance in the par-
lors of Barbour gymansium from 9
to 12 o'clock Saturday evening, Feb.
24. The" women will buy the tickets
and invite their escorts.
. Dean Byra B. Jordan, Miss Miriam
Gerlach, Miss Alice Evans, and Mrs.
R. W. Cowden will act as chaperones.
Four favor dances are planned as fea-
tures of the program. The commit-
tee in charge of the dance consists of
Grace A. Rose, '18, Annetta L. Wood,
'17, and Ruth H. Lenzner, '17.
Place Steel Nets in Hampton Roads
Norfolk, Va., Feb. 17.-A big steel
net such as Great Britain has used as
a guard against submarines is being
placed in position at the entrance of
Hampton roads.
Girls Take Up Military Training
Ottawa, Ill., Feb. 17.- Forty-five'
Ottawa high school girls were enlisted
in a military training corps today and'
will receive instructions from the
school military authorities. The girls
will wear khaki uniforms and be form-
ed into companies.

Places were reserved at the party
given by the freshmen for their junior
advisors Saturday afternoon in Bar-
bour gymnasium when the freshmen
girls gave an impromptu skit depict-
ing the difficulties encountered by the
new girls in registering and getting
started in their University work.
There was dancing during the aft-
ernoon and after refreshments had
been served, a song composed in honor
of the junior advisors was sung by
the freshmen. This is the first time
that such an attempt to bring the two
classes together has beerl made, and
there were about 300 girls present.
Ruth Jennings, '20, and Katherine
Loveland, '20, were in general charge
of the party, and Louise Boynton, '20,
directed the skit. Harriet Woodworth,
'20, wrote the words of the song.
MENORAH SOCIETY TO HOLD
FIRST MEETING OF SEMESTER
Menorah members will hold their
first meeting of the second semester
at 8 o'clock this evening in Newberry
hall at which time Rev. William Heil-
man of St. Luke's church, Ypsilanti,
will address them on "Religious Edu-
cation." This marks the second time
that the Rev. Mr. Heilman has ap-

Michigan Daily for service.

Senior Lits.
We Are Taking Orders for Canes.
606 E. Liberty

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peared before the Michigan Menorah
society.
FOCUS your buying upon DAVIS,
and take profit in cash-coupons, Davis,
at 119 Main. 18

If you've a watch that needs attention, we request that you bring it
to us for an examination and an opinion.
Arcade Jeweler
CAR F. BAY

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