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TE ~ lMICHIGAN DAI.

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Phillips, Gallery of Girls
Harrison Fisher, Fair Americans
Harrison~ Fisher, Calendar
Private Christmas Cards
MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIONS AT LOWEST
CLUB RATES
Sheehan's
STUDENT'S BOOKSTORE
le are the original makers of
niglish clothes. None but im=1
3rted woolens here and nearly
1 the patterns are confined ex-
usively to Kirschbaum. Dlrop
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P. Kirschbaum
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t~E flkMI AN DAILY
Official Newspaper at the University
of Michigan.
Published every orning 'except Mn-
day tQroughout the school year.
ntered at the Post Office at Ann Ar-
Ibor, Michigan, under Act of Con-
Igress of March 3,1879.
MANAGING EDITOR.
Walter K. Towrs.
BUJSINESS "MkANAGER
Albert IR. Dilley
u.yioN La B
SATURDAY,_DECEMBER 16, 1911
Night Editor--Wallace Weber.
All members of the Daily staff meet
at Rentschler's today at 12:4 p. m,. for
the staff picture.
'there i lbe a meeting of the re-
portorial staff this morning at 11:00
o'clock.
All hal Rameses..
The thousands who have viewed
Michigan's newest arrival in the field
of college opera and the thousands
who are yet to have that keen Tpeas-
ure owe a debt of giratitude to those
who gave their abilitieĀ§ and energies
to awake Rameses. The opera annu-
ally brings to us cheer, pleasant even-
ings, and makes one of the events to
which college life owes its charm. This
year's production is bright and clean
and it goes. Not only to the authors
and to the actors, but to the men who
work behind and below, the credit is
due. They are doing much for us, for
Michigan, and for the Union.
IAitVOYLF TAKES WE STERN TRW.
Opera Number,31 kes TiriinA It Is
Leavn g Station.
"A-a-a--l-a-a-boa-r-r-d! "
There was a general rush and scram-
ble, for mandolin cases, banjo cases,
suit cases, and traveling paraphernal -
]a.
"A-a-a-l-l-a-a-boa-r-r-d! "
The station master raised his an-
tern.
*A 'shriek pierced the smoke-laden
air.
"Stop!" "_.
A 'figure dashing into the epot at
, full speed, brushed by the guard and
krushed up to the last car. He.c threw a
small bundle at the brakeman who was
in the act of closing the door.
"The Gargoyle," hie pantedi and 'fellĀ°
in a heap.
A cheer arosetr om within the de-
parting car.'
"Thinky of it!" said the trusty mes-
senger when 'he had been revived.
"Think of those poor boys going on
that long trip without the opera Gar-
goyle. We gave them the first twenty-
Ave copies off the press."
COLLEGIATE ALUMNAE PLAN
C H RI STXAS ENTERTA INMENTS
The collegiate alumnae are planning
to entertain the college girls who are~
forced to remain in town during the
vacation. The exact nature of the en-
ertainments has not yt been decided.
any college girl who finds herself.
tbliged to remain in Ann. Arbor during
the Christmas vacation will receivean
invitation to the doings if she leaves
ter name at Dean Jordan's office, eith-
er with the dean or with hier secre-
tary.!

JZEXEBER LAW REVIEW HAS
MANY RIOTED CONTRIBUTORS.
The December issue of the Law Re-
view has bee published. It contains
an article on "Mosaic Law" by 'C. A.
Lightner, a well-known attorney of
Detroit, who is one of the lecturers
on medical jurisprudence in the law
and medical departments of the unt.
versity. There is also an artcle on
the "Recall and Political Responsibil-
ity of Judges" by W. P. Dodd of the
University of Illinois, and one on the
"Use and Abuse of the Commerce
Clause" by F. H. Cooke of New York
City.
SALT. OF OPERA SCORES
SURPASSES ALL RECORDS.
Judging from the saes of the past
two days, "My Girl From Michigan,"
"College Love" and "A Course in Love
are due to attain the greatest amount
of, popularity among the songs from
"The Awakened Rameses." "Hearts are
Still the Same" has also been favored
with a good sale, though not to the ex-
tent of the others.
The sale of complete scores has sur-
passed all records. At no time in the
past, the dealers claim, has there been
such a demand. for the music in the
book form. '
No 'less encouraging has been the
distribution of the libretto, the sale e;
which has already assumed such pro-
portions that there is talk of a second
edition.
Omega Phi Elects Six.
+Omega Phi elected six new members
at its last meting. "Those chosen were:
Marjorie Nicolson, Pauline Kleinstuck,
Eda King, Mary True, Helen Robinson,
and Isabelle Rizer. The initiation will
take place shortly after the Christmas
vacation.
Independents Will Meet at Union.
Dexter Reinhart independent hop
representative, has issued a notice of
a meeting of the independents who are
planning to attend the hop, at the
M4ichigan Union at 7:00 o'cok Mon.
day evening. Preliminary plans will
be discussed and other matters of m-
portance will be brought up.
1)r. Van Hoosen Fals to Appear.
rA telegram was received by the
Women's League at 2 o'clock yesterday
afternoon from Dr. Bertha Van Hoosen
of Chicago, -who was to lecture here
at 4 o'clock, stating that she was un-
Iable to come. No reason was given
and the League hpes to Have lir here
later in the season. Tea was served
and an informal 'dance followed in-
1 Mead of the lecture.
1UNIVERSITY CALENDAR
Dec. 13-16.----'The Awakened Rameses."
Dec. 16.-Senior Lit Dinner ance.
Dec. 16.-Fresh lit dance, Barbour gym
1 p. i.
Dec. 1.- --Second J Lit clhss dinner at
Union, 5:30 p. m
De(c. 18.---Peace Oratorical Contest,
Room.B Law building.
.I1 c. 19.-Hamlin (Garland, on S. L. A.
course, U. Hall, 8:15 p. m.
Dec. 2.-Evening, Christmas. recess.
begins.
Jan. 3.-Morning, 'Christmas recess
ends.

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We carry a comnplete line of all
the grood cold cures, and Cough
Svrups at the right Prices.
Don't forget to stop at
Valft'oren's Pharmacy
703 PACKARD STREET

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Tonight!
ACreat Show
BEST IN YEARS
Coming, Monday
Merry Mary

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