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December 17, 1911 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1911-12-17

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Union Offers Special Sunday NIenu.
The following dinner will be served
at the Union today from 1 to 3 and
from 6 to 8:

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.CLASSIFIED ADS.

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Canape de Fois Gras.
Consomme Julienne.
Pearl Celery.

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Olives.I

Broiled Lake Trout, Maitre d'Hotel.
Julienne Potatoes.
Roast Spring Turkey, Cranberry Sauce.
Steak Minute Colbert.
Roast Prime Rib Beef, Natural Gravy.

R & W
Ove r-
coats

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Potatoes O'Brien au Gratin.
Stringed Beans.

Candied Sweet Potatoes.
Macedoine Salad.
Maple Ice Cream. Fancy Sponge Cake.
Demi Tasse.

FOR RENT.
For Rent--Parlor Suite; steam heat,
Electric Lights. 432 S. Division St.
63-64-65
For Rent-Two large rooms, 220 S.
Ingalls. 64-5-6
WANTED.
Wanted-Second growth Hickory butts
suitable for Automobile spokes. For
further information call on or write
W. C. Morrey, Mgr., Timber Depart-
ment, Hayes Wheel Co., Jackson,
Michigan. 49 to 73
FOR SALE
For Sale-Duebills on a leading New
York Hotel. See the Business Man-
ager between 1 an 2 p. m. eod tf
Awakened Rameses Souvenir Scores
and Sheet Music for sale at Schaeber-
le & Son's, 110 S. Main St. 63 tf
LOST
Lost-Friday night, on Main street, a
Japanese Mink neckpiece. Finder
please return to Daily office or call
1081-L. 65
ILost-Delta Sigma Rho fob with name
on back. Finder please call 246 Bell
phone. 65
Lost-Moore's a-halable Fountain
Pen in U. Hlal Friday afternoon. Re-
ward if returned in good condition
to Daily office. 65
Lost-Chemical Lab Note Book for
course I either in Chemical buildingj
or gym. Name and address in front.
Reward. Call 678-J. 65
Xmas sale of banners, pennants and
pillows. $1.25 banner, $1.00; 75 cent
pennants, ,50 cents; fine imported
knife with every $2.00 sale. Fine pres-
ents. Skinner's.

British
Suit"'

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trea Decker &

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M4ain St.

Xmas sale of fountain
cents. Knife given with
sale. J. L. Skinner.

pens at 35
every $2.00

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UNIVERSITY NOTICES

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mas gifts

per Knives
iper Weights
per Files
per Clips
oker's Sets
Desk Sets, Etc.

Senior engineer class meeting, Mon-
day at 5:30 p. in., to consider class
constitution.
All junior engineer- basketball candi-
dates meet in trophy room of Bym at
4:30' Monday.
The education club meets Monday at
7 p. m. in Tappan hall. Prof. F. S.
Breed will speak on "Scientific IMark-
ing Systems." Everyone interested is
invited to attend.
There will be a general. business
meeting of the fresh law cl ass Monday.
afternoon at 4 o'clock in room B of
the law building.
Men from upper penins.ula meet Tap-
pan hall, 7:15 Monday.,
Gargoyle staff meet at Randall and
Pack's Tuesday 12:30 p. m. for Mich-
iganensian picture.

Q We devote especial attention to young men's tailo:
in life well dressed, they will probably continue to di
means they will continue to have their clothes made he
depend upon us for the "right thing," we will be re
appearance.
Q Exclusive patterns in foreign woolens selected es
men, constitute a considerable portion of our stock; and
for this particular class of trade have a dash and sty
refinement of fashion, that cannot be mistaken for app
less expert knowledge of the type of apparel young gent)
(IL Suits and Overcoats, $30.00 and up.
P. Kirschbaun
"The Original Young Men's Tailor' G. 2737 ,V

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SUPPLIES
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Architects to Hold Smoker at Union.
The Architectural Society will hold
a smoker for students of that depart-
ment at the Union, Monday, December
18, at 8 o'clock. Robert Fisher will
preside as toastmaster, and Mi. W. C.
fitcomb, L. F. Anderson, and L. Keli-
her will respond to toasts.
Prof. Cross to Address Lovers of Art.
Professor Herbert R. Cross will ad-
dress the Ann Arbor Art association
on "Art Centers of Italy," in the high
schoola uditorium next Tuesday even-
ing, at 8 o'clock.

Grinnell Bros. have a very large
stock of Mandolins, Guitars and eimallj
music boxes from $2.00 up; just the
thing for a Christmas gift. Call at their
warerooms, 120 and 122 Liberty streetI
for anything in the line of music at
lowest prices.
62 tf W. J. SIMONSON, Mgr.
Uncle Sam always buys the best.
Turn up the rugs in the U. S. Senate
office buildings at Washington aid
stamped on the back of every one of
them you will find the name of Whit-
tall-the mark of quality. There is not
a rug made in this country that will
give the wear and satisfaction of a
Whittall. For sale at Martin Haller's
Store.
61-$3-65

musical ome
The Song Far
,e
Book by Harry Shed4
Lyrics by Jack Kenyo
Music by Hilding And
CAST OF CHARACT1
Jack Cherry, Sophronia's son..................
Billy Dasher, of Chicago......................
Mary Cherry, Sophronia's daughter..........

Monday
Tuesday
Wed.

MAJESTIC

..25c
k, ..... ........... ......5c
rd .. . . . . ... .. . . ..15eC
...4.5c
they last you can buy
them for 25c
at

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LET 'ER FREEZE
Schumacher's Hardware will furnishyou with a pair of
SKates, and you can skate. Peek & Snyder Skates
304-510-31t South Mali'

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Tailor

Alma Buckman, Colonel's daughter........................-
Colonel Buckman ....... .......................Fre
Sophronia Cherry ................................
Marmaduke Sudds. .............................C
Capt. John Cherry, the husband..........................T
The Princess Tonga.................................. e
GUESTS AT TUE HOTEL oRMOND
Molly Moline, Dublin, Indiana.............................
Jean Macfarland, Glasgow, Virginia....................Ma
Carmen Mendoza, Madrid, Alabama.......................
Gretchen Bratzen, Vienna, Maine........................C
Varvara Menchikoff, St. Petersburg, Pa................Kat
Dolores Cuneo, Rome, Georgia.....................
Olga Jacobsen, Copenhagen, N. Y......... .........
Johanna VanBeckman, An-msterdam, Cal...............
Place-Ormond-on-the-Halifax,.,Florida.
Time-Now.
Act i-War.
Act 2-:Strategy.
Act 3-Peace.
MUSICAL NUMBERS
(Director of Music, HARRY WALAc.)

Detroit Mich. i
tens for Overco- ts
fete in every way. I
Dress Suits
n Pias, Fobs and Fraternity
big Ben alarms $2.50 Arnold
alarms $1.00
atrmnage is Well Caedfbr Here
IBC ®r
o University School of Music

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6.

ennan's Restaurant
Many sLudents condemn an eating place be-
cause one meal is not a harvest Dinner.

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Opening Chorus.............................
"The Land of Make Believe"................Dashe
"When You're in Love"........... ...........
"The Summery Girl"........................Mar
"Hip, Hip, Hurrah, My Wedding Day".............
A few moments with Sudds.
AcT II
"Bridge Whist"... ....................Mary, Alm
"It's Just Your Way".. ........................A
"Experience will Teach You How"..........Col., Sod
"Merry Mary".........................Bilfy, Ma:
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"I Love No One But You"A...................lm
"I'm On My Way.....................
" oni-ba-loo".............Mar
Finale.........................

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Here is our answer.
Beginning January 1, 1912, we will serve from
our a 1a carte menu any equal value with-
out charge in the place of the regular meal.
Find us at 612 East Liberty.

Coming Thursday
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