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December 12, 1911 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1911-12-12

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THIE MICHIGOAN DAILY

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or Overcoat,
rown, we ve so
>ose from that
d. Clothes to
New York's
your pocket-
what's strictly
to look. Shirts

WOULI) PITT MA TTER UP TO STUT-
1) ENTS.
(Continued from page 1.)
by the Michigan Union, as it now pro-
poses to build.
2. 1 favor the building of a club-
house for University of Michigan men
by the University Y. M. C. A. as it now
proposes to build.
3. 1 favor the building of a club-
house for University of Michigan men
by both the Michigan Union and Uni-
versity Y. M. C. A. as they now re-1
spectively propose to build.
4. I am opposed to the building of
any clubhouse whatsoever for. Univer-
sity of Michigan men at this time.
Vote for one only, but vote with all
four in mind, i e. that action will be
taken upon some one resolution from
these foui4.
Let us make everyone, who has not
done so, bear his share in thinking out
this important question. Then in jus-
tice to them let us give all concerned
a chance to register the result of that
thought. Let us have a campus refer-
endum. TRENSSOK, '12.
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today at 5 o'clock.
Senior engineers report at
and ,ack' for class picture
as possible.
Oratorical Board meeting"
o'clock today, N. W.

Randall
as soon
at 4:00

New WtVhitneyT

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Dlm Block
BadgesI

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES'

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s or furnish

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Chess and checkers club meets to-
night at McMillan Hall at 7:15.
Soph lit 'basketball practice today at
2 p. m.
Candidates for Soph Engineer bas-
ketball team at 2:30 p. in. today, city,
Y. M. C. A.
Members of the Student-Council can
get complete copies of the interclass
constitution at the Union desk.
Junior men's section of the Deutsch-
er Verein will meet tonight at 8 o'clock
in the Deutscher Verein rooms.
All men who intend to take fencing
must report by 4 o'clock Wednesday.
Fencing room, Waterman gym.
All 'students desiring to compete for
parts in the annual French play this
year, see M. Talamon in room 105,
north wing, U. Hall, 9 a. m. or 3 p. m.
Meeting of Gargoyle business staff
The Sign of

MUSIC AND DRAMA
Mr. 1)otterweich's Recital.
Henry James Dotterweich of the
School of Music gave an evening of
Chopin yesterday in Frieze Hall. Mr
Dotterwei h liad a large and apprecia-
tive audience, and won enthusiastic ap-
plause by a brilliant performance. The
program was peculiarly, well chosen
to display his remarkable technical at-
tainments; possesing considerable
beauty of tone, and much interpretive
sympathy, he plays Chopin especially
well. In the difficult Agitato of the
.Sonata Opus 35, and the concluding
Presto, in the F sharp Polonaise and
the Op. 39 Scherzo, Mr. Dotterweich
accomplished real flights of Bravura
approaching virtuosity. The evening
was deeply enjoyable.
Pano, Hitorical Recital.
Albert Lockwood Will give the first
of two piano recitals on Wednesday
afternoon at 4:15 in High School audi-
torium. The program will be selected
entirely from the works of Schubert
and is as follows:
Sonata -
Allegro-Andantino
Scherzo-Rondo.
Minuet, from Op. 78.
Impromptu, Op. 90, No. 1
,Impromptu, Op. 90, No. 2
Moment musicale, F minor
Fantasie, Op.- 1
Allegro
Adagio (The Wanderer)
Scherzo
Allegro
Suppose youl were a shose-
maker-
And you made a pair of
shoes for your neighbor
across the street-
And when they were done
you paid a nicke1 to* tele-
phone a cab stand-
And sent .a clerk in the cab
around the block to, deliver
the shoes-
And added a dollar to
your bill to cover the cost of,
delivery-
What would your neigh-
bor say?
Never mind. The Editor wouldn't
print it if you guessed.
That 's the old systenm. though-
the big profit to the man who
nerly delivers the shoes to yot.
WEAR-U-WELL brings the prod-
uct of its own factories to your
door and says:
"Come over, neighbor, and get
your shoes at factory prices; be
your own middleman and save
that dollar and two cents that it
costs you to have your shoes de-
livered under the old system."
You pay WearU-Well $1.98,
$2.48 and $2.98 for shoes of the

same style and quality you have
blcn paying $x3.00, $3.50 and J4.00
1uder the 'usual methods of dis-
tribution.
You save at least one dollar ana
two cents on every pair, and on
mny mu nh rntore.
After Thougit-If your work (et-
mids shoes that will stand ard
kniocks, ask the ;-nanr at 'Wecar-U-W ell
for No. 476SU3, or No. 676. They wrill
outwear two pairs of ordinary shoes.
°1CUear-a- ue1Shoe Coy
SA CT A bOBLt'AR TWO
No. 118 E. Huron SI. Ann Arbor
FACTORY BRANCHE NO . 103

December 13, 14, 15

Whitney Box Office
The Rexall.]I

General Seat Sale
at 10 A. M.

Raineses

Regall stands for Quality in Everything, Perfect
Service. Our line of Rexall Remedies is compl(
It will pay you to look us up.
THE BROWN DRUG S
E. C.' EDSILL, Prop.
.122 S. Main St. The Rexall Store Presc
And Now Comes
~ELOR2A"
e chum food dressers
Keigh+,-r i6hKi. Mee- s-
a{ the +op; Paris at
the poinis. 4 ply
Hand Made, Y4Sizes
1' ,.2for25
FPZSBIE, COOW'&CO IvAKERS TP?0 ; KYI

Matinee

1c 1
localted oin the
e everything is
Scity. Besides
Our specialty

Denotes that there you will
find High Class Motion
Pictures

ANN ARBOR'S

WNao

-rB-B Pipes

BEST

il and gaIe you
tction.

MOTION PICTURE

F CLASS PIPES

Ee JOLLY
State Street, AunArbor, Mich.

HOUSE

ingrowing
and cured.
Mlutely an-
uid ;-81p1n~

Films Changed Every Day
Admission 5c Admission 5c
"Down Town" on So. Main

THE SMOG EST
TO BACCO

i North 12th
- Phone 989-J

Cifts

SEE the singer full of glee piping up! E
i the pipe full of Velvet helping of
Velvet, the lfnet of leaf-aged over two years-
toned dcwn-mellowed-fit for "Prexie"
himself. Time alone can eliminate all harsh-
ness-bring about real smoothness and
develop the taste that's good. When
exams.loom up and uncertainty is
ripe-a tin of Velvet will help
concentration and study-it s
smooth! At all dealers.
SPAULDDNG & MERRICK
C4!CACO

n thing in the way of Gent's Furnishings as a Christmas Gift. let us
:chase. Our stock of holiday neckixcar is resplh udentwith the many
)lete ranges of plain colors in barathea or rep silks. Perpendicular
and figured designs, are among the fancy silks to be worn this sea-
50.
loves and Mittcns, in silk, wool or fur, lined as well as unlined, can
'ancy ve'ts in white and colors, also the newest cut in white

stock.

Full 2 oz.

in Shirts, Eclipse Shirts, Mac Hurdle Full Dress Shirts
imas,.Night Robes. Silk, Cotton or Wool Hosiery. Silk or Linen Hand-
Sealskin and Coney Fur Caps. Mufflers. Snking Jackets.
Traveling Bags and Suit Cases. Umbrellas

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