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December 20, 1911 - Image 4

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H E M I GM 1GOA N b AtI

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the big white shoe
hate

OUTLOOK FOR TRACK TFE. M1 IS
I3~ES'T IEVERI.
(Continuedl from Page I.)
.many one of the greatest weight nmen
ever at Mlichigan.
In the pole vault are Bartoni and
Davey, both credited with z11 feet in-
doors, and better than this in the open.
In the broad jump AWaring made 22:2
in the Syracuse meet~ and 22:3 won tlhc
intercollegiate event last ye'ar. Sar-
*gent, wvh6 is said to be a find, hias been
doing over six feet 1n the high jump).
Then there are other men that Dr:%
Kraenzlein is covering up, and there
- is always the possibility of a find.
e Natur'ally dope is uncertain, but
past performance is a good criterion,
sw and there is every reason to belie (-
that all these marks should be improv-
ed upon this Sear. I1 Michigani's
chance;~ ever looked better for winning,
the big meet it must have been in the
dark dim past, and from now on the
work of the squad will be directed
with that achievement in view.
Women Who Remain to lie Entert'ineil
The college girls who are forced tor
remain in town during vacation will rblyeenrtidonDcmr
28 by the Collegiate Alumnae at the
house of Mlrs. A. C. Jennings, the di-
rector of the local branch. The ete~r-
lainlent w'ill be in the nature of ,a tea.
Albout thirty or forty girls are expect-
UNVESIYNOTICESf#

PAMY

Prof. 17. C. 1'e o h egne-
ing depar tet gae ashort ~talk;onl
'Thel~eelopwntof Aropanes 1in
Iuropel;=atthelmet =?ig of ten Aero i-
I curse0ofconstrucIn'- fr some tim
hiouse the aerone,and!this Will be
fin "ishe~d soon. {
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tcichater for thelades ho attend.
the1 usuaill Wednesday matinees for in
adldition to ;the big mu -sical production)
of "MryMr" hc a aken the
to0wn',by -storm11the 1managemenllt has
arrang'ed ito give wyasoueyfree
for beahutifull twen°lty sixPec sets or
11ogers ?:'.enCine _warranted silvortilare
to ome fotunat 1i3?l1ld ies who a 'lt ttendQ
thex mtllliieetoday.
ToorownihtAams 'and OuhI.
better known as L h %"Two Admilirals"
will return '1inlt1 hir11new musical pr1o-
diuction enititledl "Oh, What i:aNight."
The1com !)ny1andchor;us of girls willI
be thUecsame Lhat appeawc red here bef'ore
but thl sho1 wid bechnedenirl
anlnoun1ced fo!r nx odya he
o'clock--this being "Christmwas day and
2eat ca be eseved he ame s a

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MUNNIM"Mo6m

Thursday, December

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Whitzney'Th4

Fraternities

sand Clubs

Seat Sale Tae's., Dec. 26 Mail Orders No
Y
Clollhes put tin ,as you k~ant it in, at 0 e picc
~f rcady -mades. Comne and gee the patterns
and te.-

DETR~OIT, MICH.

vs mlr

All girls who will remain in Ain
Arbor during vacation please leaive
their namies at Barbour gym or wth
Katherine King at -Newberry hall.
Poihemus 'Transfer Line
Chckls baggage direct from
House to distination
Men on)I all returning trains
both Phones 15

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Detroit, Mich.

lACY
ank

Tan
Shoes
for
Collegef
$3.50 and $4.00
31A CK rCO.

A new pakg
3 fshoe cny
r J.G 7.-s ff'+o r, .-.'R
sealed tine, 25 cents.

?6 Pices Each
Lac 7es, here s a chance to get
something fo-r nothing, you may
be lucks.
Un an entire snew show

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ALLM AND &FORSYTHE
215 Sou~th NMsIA
t~jf We (levote cSp~cial attention to young mWen's tailoring. If th(
III Ii el 1 l-cidre l ty will probably continue to dress well, at
meants thecy wil.l conitinule to have their clothes made here; and why
<<<l}_rd upotit s for the "ri.<ht thiu g"" we will be responsible fo
( AL Exclusive patktrnsiin foreigni woolens selaectedl especially for
n, constitute a con-siderable portion of our stock; and the suits we
for this lhartictulmr class of, trade have a dash and style to them,
reiinnernt of fashion, that carnnot be mistaken for apparel produ~c
less ex:pert k111(1ledge, of the type of apparel young gentlemen shtoulc
QA1 Suits and iOvercoats, $30.00 and up.
P.&Klrsohbaum
"The Original Young Menx's Tailor'~' G. 2737 797 Woodw;

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TO BUY YOUR

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Scre and

E. E.

CA" KINS

FOR

IReserved Seats Now Selling

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p saia iU sJap.o
r. saxalat qqmntqual 0 p JzJ0_aT.1q.j
s~nR(I pa)l.aLu~ a apn,4s uoI I toP~' 1 ir

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5 and 7 Passenge Cars
AUTO LIVERY- Prices IRea-,onlablt!
BELL PHONE J 101 BOI I FIO b452-I2jn
Ann Arbor CIiard ge, 206 West Huron Stred

4 um
"ONguvv a eni

Did You Know that the
in the Vcinityof the campus is located at

1 East William Street

isb ie
Have you s eeni
E LOCQ
The laWesf co llar
for -now?
sits- well
Fits. swell _
4 PLY /4SZES'
15. 2 for 25
,Ji BI ,COON &'CO AJ,4 "cs
TR 0-4fN l
or Sage:n Atan A 'bEb
Wage &Co.
Pdnllze 'Dily Kertsr

; IS Al

04R NNEX

Ra.. me

313 State Street

are the best manufactured for repairing 's'ides--the qua,'if~y of our workt
AREFULLY OUR WORK WITH THAT CONE ELSE4WERE--Notice hcow
rit will do us both good.

A Mlai~igg'rube for M*Tusic and Pochet Ernv
Free to pu rchase rs wishing to send

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SIGN OF THE ELECTRIC SHOE

W. J. SIMONSON,

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G . C . MAEIL

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