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February 22, 1917 - Image 4

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ie Cadet


That is the word that describes Lyndon's Kodak Sale.
A New Bargain every day. Look them over.


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The Cadet is a Walk-Over
Classic - a model with strik-
ing lines that is as comfortable
as a "broad shape" on
most feet. The price of
leather continues to

"I may be crazy, but I am going to sell these 50 shop worn Kodaks."
L Y N D O N ' 5 719 N. University Ave

Text Books

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for the

advance rapidly - better
get fitted soon-our pre-
sent prices range from $6
to $7.

Walk-Over Shoe Store
115 S. MAIN


nave unsurpassed accemodations for group photographs
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Perfect Portraitures
"Amateur Work Handled ina Pro-
fessional Way.

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1 All Medium Weight Suitings
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tailoring ability insur s you satisfaction
r 118 E. Huron
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Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing

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There's thel efnofquenchingthe thirst
-and t6e cdelici rsose.=s of the thirst
quencher to iveyu c Q ube pleasure.
But you dont even lve to be thirsty
~L. to enjoy Coca-Cola--it'a a treat.whatV
ever your reason for Arinkino it.
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Professors of the University of
Michigan and M. A. C., as well as
other state employees, are prohibited
from giving expert testimony against
the state of Michigan in litigations in
which the stateis involved, by a recent
resolution of the Michigan legislature.
The resolution, it is said, was pass-
ed because of a misunderstanding of
the conditions under which expert tes-
timony was given by a Michigan pro-
fessor in a state case some time ago.
It is not intended to prevent expert
testimony in private cases in this state,
or state cases in other states.
The engineering department will
probably feel the effects of the resolu-
tion more than any other department.
Vone Dry Rider
Passed by House
Prohibits Sending of Liquor Into Dry
States for Any But Medicinal
Washington, Feb. 21.-The house by
a vote of 321 to 72 today concurred
in the Senator Reed bone-dry amend-
ment to the potoffloe appropriation
bill. Six members voted present. The
house previously had defeated an
amendment by Representative Small
which would have stricken out that
part of the Reed amendment applying
to individual orders for whiskey sent
through the mails. Many wet mem-
bers as well as members from wet
states yoted for the amendment.
The Reed amendment forbids the
sending of liquor into dry states for
any but medicinal purposes. The ef-
fect is according to the congressional
view to make impossible a near dry
state. With the amendment there was
also adopted the Bankhead amend-
ment, which forbids the use of the
mails for the solicitation of liquor in
those states that prohibit liquor ad-
vertisements. Prohibitionists were
greatly elated over their victory,
cheering and chanting "bone dry"
when the vote was taken.
Earlie in the afternoon the wets
won a temporary victory in the house
District of Columbia committee when
the committee voted 13 to 17 to leave
open hearings on the District of Co-
lumbia dry bill for two more days.
The Michigan delegation voted as
follows: Aye, Crampton, Hamilton,
James, Kelley, Loud, McLoughlin,
Mapes, Scott, and Smith. No, Doremus
and Nichols. Beakes and Fordney did
not vote.
(Continued from Page One.)
not be surprising to see these men
vote for a return.
Murfin's Stand Unknown.
Judge Murfin represents the alumni
of Detroit, who recently registered
themselves in favor of a return to the
conference by a vote of 6 to 1. Whether
Mr. Murfin will abide by his own per-
sonal views on the subject as ex-
pressed in the past, or whether he will
represent the sentiment of his constit-
ients, is one of the questions which
the official ballot today will decide.
If the athletic board does take defi-
nite .action in favor of a return to

the conference, the matter will not be
ciosed. According to conference rules,
Michigan must have faculty control, a
thing which does not now exist. It is
quite probable that aiong with a reso-
lution to return to the "Big Nine" the
board will also adopt a petition to be
presented to the board of regents, re-
questing that a veto power over the
actions of the board be put in the
hands of some faculty committee, such
as the senate council, The board of
regents, meeting Friday, may or may
not give the matter consideration at
this time.
0. G. Andres for shoe repairing. 222


Thu.-22-June Caprice in "A Mod-
ern Cinderella"; Chap. 17, "Gloria's
Romance" ("The Telltale Envelope.")
Fri.-23-Viola Dana in "Threads of
Fate"; Drew Comedy.
Sat.-24-Alice Joyce in "Whom the
Gods Destroy"; Charlie Chaplin in
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Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, 2:00-3:30; Evening, 6:45'
8:15. 59:30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Thgrs,-Fri. -22-23-Vivian Martin in "The
Sat.-24-Bessie Barriscal in "Bawbso
Bilue Ridge." Also Triangle Coinedy.
Evening, 15c:.
Sun.-Mon.-25-20-Marguerite Clark in
"Snow White." 6-Reel Special.
Evening, tc, Attend matinees.
Tues. -27-Douglas Fairbanks in "The
Matrimaniac." Also Triangle C om-
edy. Evening, i c. Attend matinees.
What we
do to Hats
We mnake hats
We sell hats 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
617 Packard Next to the Delta
Cor. Packard and State
Fate of honor System Depends Large.
ly on Nature of Results
Last Semester
The honor committee of the engi-
neering department will make a re-
port to the faculty some time previous
to the spring vacation in regard to the
results of the trial the honor system
has been given in that department. It
is understood that the faculty will act
largely upon the advice of the com-
mittee as to whether the honor sys-
tem will be permanently adopted.
Prof. C. T. Johnston of the survey-
ing department stated yesterday that
the system had worked as well as
could be expected for a comparatively
new system. He thinks that the sys-
tem will be better than any other as
soon as the students understand its
workings, and give it their entire sup-
Get your shoes fixed at Paul's Place,
611 E. William St. 5tf

enies American N
Consuls Detained
Prominent German Official Declares
Representations Are Malle- AN-ARCT-


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Berlin, Feb. 21.-Quoting a prom-
inent German official, the official press
agency this afternoon denied as
malicious invention, representations
that the American consuls were being
detained in Germany. The statement
as issued by the agency rea'ds: "All
these representations about American
consuls and consular agents being de-
tained by force in Germany are ma-
licious inventions; just like so many
others we have had during the last
few weeks."
These were the words of a prom-
inent German official to a staff mem-
her of the official government press
agency today, when asked about tele-
grams to this effect that had reached
Berlin, Feb. 21.-Fighting on the
western front was limited yesterday
by rain, today's official statement
asserted. On some sectors of the east-
ern front, especially in the forests of
the Carpathians, and on both sides of
the Oitus valley, there were military
engagements, it was stated.
Washington, Feb. 21.-Members of
the house merchant marine commit-
tee in charge of the navy department's
bill for government control and ulti-
mate ownership of all radio -and wire-
less stations today pleaded rush of
business as reason for their belief that
the bill may not pass this session.
There was evidence today that pres-
sure has been brought on the commit-
tee not to report the measure to the
Columbus, 0., Feb. 21.-Governor
Cox late today signed the Reynolds
bill which grants presidential suffrage
to Ohio women.

Berlin, Feb. 21.-The government
will ask the reichstag for a new credit
of 15,000,000,000 marks or $3,750,000,-
000, the official press bureau an-
nounced today.
Norfolk, Va., Feb. 21-Twenty mer-
chant vessels, loaded to the gunwales
with food for the allies, steamed out
of the capes today and turned their
prows toward Europe. Warship con-
voys are expected to meet them out-
side the three-mile limit.
Washington, Feb. 21.-After a long
conference with President Wilson this
afternoon on the universal military
training bill, drawn by the general
staff of the army, Secretary of War
Baker announced the bill would be
sent to congress this week "with ap-
propriate comments."
Huron Valley Bldg. & Sav. Assoc,
H. H. Herbst, Sec. and Atty. Room
14, A. A. Sav. Bank Bldg. Safest
place to invest your earnings. Divid-
ends never less than 6 per cent. Money
loaned at lowest rates. tue-eod



report for practice at the gymnasium
at 7:30 o'clock tonight.
Highway Course
Continues Today

'clock-Charles H.
[n room B of the law'


o 5:30 o'clock-Senior law dance
e Union.
0 5 o'clock-Senior women enter-
sophomores in Newberry hall.
'clock-Soph lit basketball prac-
n Waterman gymnasium.
'clock-Naval reserves assemble
ilversity hall.
O o'clock-Senior contestants in
Vorthern Oratorical league con-
peak in room 302 Mason hall.
'clock-Fresh lit basketball prac-
n Waterman gymnasium.
5 o'clock-Mr. - Fred G. Dewey,
peaks on "Washington's Message
L7" in high school auditorium.
0 o'clock-Regents meet, Univer-
e junior engineers will hold a
tball practice at 7 o'clock this
ng. All tryouts are expected
port at this time as the regular
games start next week.
routs for Band Bounce acts will
ld in room 318 new science build-
)morrow from 3 to 5 o'clock.
mbers and tryouts for the fresh
asketball team are requested to,

March Records are nowon
Allmendinger's Music Shop.

sale at
122 ER

Seven Discussions Are Listed for
gineers and Road Com-


The highway short course will not
stop for Washington's birthday as will
the other departments of the Univer-
sity, but the lectures and laboratory
work will continue.
The program for today is as fol-
lows: 9 o'clock-"A Proper Organiza-
tion in a Township for the Construc-
tion and Maintenance of Roads," by
T. H. Noble; 10 o'clock-"The Duty
of the County Road Commissioner,"
by Frank Mahrle; 11 o'clock-"The
Duty of Highway Commissioners and
Highway Engineers as Public Offi-
cials," by Prof. J. J. Coy.; 1:30 o'clock
-"Methods Used for Maintenance of
Roads in Kent County," by John Pass;
2:30 o'clock-"Maintenance of Gravel
and Macadam Roads," by'W. W. Cox;
3 o'clock--Recess; 3:30 o'clock -
"Maintenance Organization for Coun-
ties and Townships," by F. F. Rogers;
8 o'clock-"Bituminous Surface Treat-
ment of Gravel and Water Bound Ma-
cadam Roads," by W. H. Connell.



Starts This Aft. at 3

E. . CH U RC HILL, Inca,

Sunday, February 25
First Movie Star to Personally Appear
in Ann Arbor

in that marvElous Photoplay

It starts in the Girls' Dormitory of the
"Teachus" University, acro s the College
Campus, to the "Gym," then to the Parrott
ball room of "Happy Hall," after which
they start home across the Campus, back to
the Girls' Dormitory, where it all started.

Supported by Leah Baird, and directed by Herbert
Brenon, director of such immense productions as
"Neptune's Daughter," "War Brides," and "Daugh-
ter of the Gods."
See-the most powerful moral lesson ever preach-
ed-a story saturated with human emotion, crammed
with stirring scenes showing Paris before the war.
You'll see scores of famous Frenfh buildings, streets,
avenues-together with many scenes from the pres-
ent war, artillery action, trench fighting, etc See
King Baggot and Leah Baird, popular idols of
millions of movie fans.
See "ABSINTHE" and view the greatest blow to
the curse of drink ever presented.


Se mor Lits
We Are Taking Orders for Canes
606 E. Liberty

Plenty Songs and Music
Stunning Costumes and
Elaborate Scenery

TONIGHT: The Naval Reserves of the U. of M,
will attend in a body. Motion Pictures of U S.
Battle Practice of the North and South Atlantic
Squadrons and Submarine Flotillas at Guantat
nam, Cuba, will be shown.

S. State. 'Phone 1718-J.


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