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ve you looked at our
er footwear and our
rassortment of house
ers? We have rub=
with heels wide em

WHITMAN'S CANDY
When you buy candy buy the best. It does not cost
much more and it gives much more pleasure.
Whitman's Candy always pleases. The prices vary
according to the assortments, hoc, 8oc and $t .oo a
pound. We have all the new packages and assort-
ments-up to $5.00 a box.

Society Brand Clothes
Have "that different air" of dis-
tinction that places them in a class
by themselves, If you've vainly
hoped that some day you would
find a suit that measured-up flush
with your ideas, your desireswill
be more than realized in snappy

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fit the

full

a

Calkins' Pharmacy
324 South State Street

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119 S. Main Street

yesterday, today
a n d likely to-
morrow almost ev-,
ery store, big and
little, will scream
"We've got the
best!" Just sup-
pose you take a
look at Wadhams.
& Co. Suits, Over-
coats, Mackinaws,
Hats, Caps a nd
Furnishings.

airn Street

CO.

A. MARQUARDT

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iinc
ailoring

A meeting will be held by the Ann
Arbor club Thursday morning, to for-
mulate definite plans for the delega-
tion, and to obtain the exact number
of students who are going. A fair rep-
resentation met yesterday evening,
! and arrangements were made to have
the Chinese delegates leave with the
Michigan delegation to be sent by the
University Y. M. C. A. Three tour-
ists' cars have been arranged for, It
is expected.that about 150 Chinese will
attend the Kansas conference.
COMEDY CLUB ORDERS )FOUR
NEW "SCARECROW" SCENES
Arrangements have just been com-
pleted with the Whitney Scenic and
Costume Co., of Detroit, to supply the
costumes and settings for Percy Mac-
aye's "Scarecrow," to be presented De-
cember 10, by the Comedy club. The
compaify has promised to begin work
immediately. It is absolutely neces-
sary that four entirely new scenes be
constructed, for this is the first de-
mand for these settings in this section
of the country.
By way of a definite departure from
the methods of producing all former
plays, this season's show will be put
on the boards .exclusively by universi-
ty talent. If the present plans do not
miscarry, no, one, who is not
connected with Michigan, either as a
professor or a student, will have any-
thing to do in shaping the destiny of
the play. A makeup artist has been
discovered, who is sufficiently versed
in the craft to obviate the necessity of
sending outside for help.
A rehearsal of the entire cast will
be held today at 4:00 o'clock in the
Cercle Francais rooms.
VEREIN DROPS SIX WOMEN
FROM MEMBERSHIP ROSTER
Six women were dropped from mem-
bership of the Deutscher Verein at the
meeting of the women's section of the
organization last night. Three or
more consecutive absences from the
regular meetings, and failure to pay
membership dues are the reasons giv-
en for the decisive measure. Two of
the deposed members were guilty of
both offenses, two failed to pay the
fees, and the other two had not at-
tended the Verein meetings more than
three times.
TO CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS AT
UNION PARTY DECEMBER IS
Minstrel scenarios, stunts, musical
numbers and jokes are called for by
the committee working on the Christ-
mas celebration, to be given by the
Michigan Union, Thursday night, De-
cember 18. At a meeting of the com-
mittee last night, a minstrel show in
two "reels" was planned. The even-
ing will be a general "mixer" before
the vacation. Two performances will
be given, and possible features for
the intermission are a rapid cartoon
exhibition and a sleight of hand stunt.
Any student may submit ideas for
the celebration, and complete scena-
rios are especially needed. If the
committee receives adaptable jokes
and music they will be incorporated
in the accepted scenario. All mate-
rial must be handed in to the Union
before Monday night.

MID-WEEK DANCES WILL BE
DISCOURAGED BY COMMITTEE
Mid-week dances will be discourag-
ed and week end affairs will be given
a free reign, in regard to closing time,.
This is the latest development in stu-
dent attitude regarding the mid-night
closing of social functions.
The committees representing the
campus societies and the different de-
partments and classes, expressed this.
sentiment at its meeting at the Union'
yesterday afternoon. No definite ac-
tion was taken. It was voted to meet
again Friday afternoon at the Union
at 5:00 o'clock. At this next meeting
resolutions will be drafted, incorpor-
ating the idea ot unrestricted week'
end dances, better music and a change
in the present system of chaperones.
A Ielemists Initiate Seven bMembers.'
At a meeting held last Friday night
the Alchemists initiated the following
candidates: R. E. Christman, '14E, W.
H. Bond, '15E, R. S. Rankin, '15E, J. C.
Roberts, '15E, J. W. Robinson, '15E,
F. W. Sheehy, '15E, H. E. Wheeler,
'15E. The new members will be wel-
comed into the society at an informal
supper given at the Union tomorrow
evening.
LOST
Lost-From the General Library on
Saturday afternoon, a gray raincoat.
with raglan shoulders. Will person
who took same by mistake, please
return to library. Owner is in bad.
need of coat,.and it is a great loss to
him. 49
Lost-A gentleman's gold class ring.
Finder please call M. S. Harlan;714,
So. 12th St., Phone 1034-,. 49
WANTED .
Wanted-Two students to work for
room (suite), 832 East University
Ave. Phone 1320-L. 49-51

J. B. EIBLER
109 W. Liberty Street
Across from Mack's side entrance
JEWELRY
Extensive Stock at Reasonable
Pirlces.
Watch Repairing, Skilled and
Trustworthy. Optical Suppites
Eyes Sientiltically Fitted
-Do you realize within a few
weeks you will leave for that
Christmas vacation ? Drop in
while down town and look over
our. line of Holiday suggestions.
Micehigan Pins, Fobs, Bars
- uand Spoons
Silver Purses and Mesh Bags
Vou will be impressed with the
high quality of goods at prices
that will appeal to you.

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Army Surf

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SU.GDEN
302 S. ST)

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J. F. WUERTH COMPA
Al.,

models we are showing,
Styles that smack with the smartness of the
boulevards and college campus, yet are in strict
keeping with refinement, See them today,

SPECIAL EQUIPMENT

GAS COOKIN
For Fraternity and Club Houseo

Bargali
IN

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Cptiht IRM Alfr"dpack,

Increases Cleanliness and Efficiency. Telephone I
Representative to call and give you expert advice for your Kitchen
u'ient.
Washtenaw Gas Compan

rs to c:IIampious,
implements must be
ably right. Quality.
ing's Caralogue is nHo
free fr the asking.
Spalding & Bros.
'e.

Suits Cleaned and Pressed
and'repaired
Cor, Main and Huron-Over Farmer's
and Mechanic's Bank,

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NOTICE
To' improve our telephone service we
have installed a two phone system which
has comupelled us to change our present
phone number 1550 to 2280.

Fine portraits at Hoppe's
E. Liberty.

studio, 619
49-50

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Ann Arbor Taxicab Co.
300 N. Gain Street

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AT OTHER

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The point system, recently adopted
by the Women's Self Governing Asso-
ciation at Minnesota, for governing of-
fices to be held by women, has been
initiated in a very promising way. The
aim, of course, is to distribute the
work evenly among the women, so
that the hard workers will not bear
the burden of all the work, and so the
others who might not push themselv-
es into oiflces, will be sought out and
elected'
E, V, Mercer, who has been spending.
the past week at Cornell, received a
hearty reception there. Twelve hun-
dred undergraduates turned out in
spite of rainy weather to hear his ad-
dress in Sibley Dome, filling every seat
in the big auditorium.
Dean [tRea, of the Wharton School
of Finance at Pennsylvania, will pre-
sent a petition to the faculty of. that
institution asking exemptions from
final examinations for men with sufti-
ciently high grades. It is signed by
a large number of undergraduates of
the school,
Directory Supply Nearly lisposed of.
Of the 1900 student directories
printed this year, only a small num-

her now remains to be disposed of, and
these are now on sale at the various
news-stands and State street stores.
The remaining supply is not expected
to last longer than the end of the
year. Last year an output of 1700
copies was found sufficient for the de-
mand of nearly the entire school term.
NIEL SNOW, '00, UMPIRES
FAMOUS YALE-HARVARD GAME
Niel Snow, '00, who was without
doubt, the greatest all around athlete l
that ever attended the University of
Michigan, officiated as umpire at the
annukl Yale-Harvard football game
last Saturday. During his athletic ca-
reer, Snow garnered 12 "M's,"and Is{
the only Michigan man to have achiev-
ed that honor.
CHINESE STUDENTS MAY SEND
DELEGATION TO KANSAS CITY
Twenty Chinese students at Michi-
gan may go to Kansas City, during'
Chirstmas vacation, to attend the Sev-
enth International convention of the
Student Volunteer Movement. Gener-
al Secretary P. C. Chang, of the Chin-
ese Christian association in North
America, is visiting the members of
the local branch, in an attempt to draw
a large delegation to the affair.

Best shoe shine, hat cleaning and
blocking next to Wagner's. tf
Best developing and printing done
at Hoppe's, 619 E. Liberty. .49-50
Night lunches delivered. Call 51-L,
301 S. State, Greene's Lunch Room. tf
Best developing and printing done
at Hoppe's, 619 E. Liberty. 49-50
Genuine Martin Guitars and Mando-
lins sold at Schaeberle & Son's Music
House. tf
Appointment Committee pictures Sr.
rates at G. C. Maedel's down town, 119
E. Liberty street. Phone 1911. 47-49
Tango class and matinee at Packard
Academy, Thursday afternoon, 2:30 to
5:30. One hour instruction, two hours
of dancing, Chaperones in attendance.
50 cents per couple. Single admission
25 cents. 49-51
Hoppe's group pictures taken by
flash, can not be duplicated; the eyes
are never closed as a result of the
flash. 49-50

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WE SELL GOOD CLOTHING
Suits at $10.00-All wool.
Suits at $15.00-All wool, hand tail-
ored.

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Thirty-Two Years of Suicess
There's a Reason !
GIVING THE BEST VALUE FOR THE
LEAST MONEY

Suits at $20.00-Adler's Make

and

Try us and be convinced
Everything In the realm of music

Style.
Suits 4t $2500-Equal to-Finest Cus-
tom work.
ALLEN'S GOOD. CLOTHES STORE~
Main Street. tf
W. Fl. Smith sells Victor Typewrit-
ers. Second-hand Royalsrand Under-
woods. 102 E. Huron, over Dawson's.
Call 2380-L for demonstration. Stu-
dents insurance' 25 cents-per hundred.

If you want the best in cho<
try Liggett's, Edsill's Rexall
Store, 122 So. Main St.
Liggett's Gilbei't's and Fenwa;
olates in perfect condition. 1
Rexall Drug Store, 122 S. Main S
Portraits of merit at Hoppe's
619 E. Liberty.
Modern Methods give me b
sults for printihg and developir
it our work room and see foi
self. Lyndon.

Phone 1707

GrInneHl Bros., 120-122 E. Liberty St.

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