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Kodak

AtLYNDON
Athe Sign of The Kodak"
Finishing
Flashlights and Groups

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Films

DID IT.

W HATE

Two Days Only
JrIIDAY,
SATVRDlAY.

Nov. 28.29

M

HENRY W. SAVAGE OFFERS

Telephone +458-L

719 North University Avenue

ged the price of woolens on an average of twenty five
a yard, so all the leading jobbers tell us. That will
difference of about eighty seven cents on the amount of
at goes into a suit. Not much, is it?" No, of course not.
week we took advantage of a special price offered r s by
e jobber, a price far less than the difference in the tariff,
neat effects in black, blue and white strips, aso some
tes and overcoatings, ail new 1913 woolens. We have
them at a price accordingly. Those that are fortunate
to place their orders at once will reap the benefit. They
st long-come in and look thema over. Remember these
ew wo~olens. They are not old friends that we dislike to

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TY S"

KARL MALCOLM

T

MALCOLM BLOCK

Just received.
g shipment of black and tan rubber, sole
es-Tango pumps and heavy tan Viscolized
es in the
BOSTONIAN MAKE
Those who are waiting for these shoes
uld call at once as the, supply will not last

AT OTHIER COLL~EGiES
Ha rvard's football team cost her
$35,000 to develop this year. The ap-
pea rance of a team of well groomed
and conditioned players on the field
against Princeton and Yale repre-
sents an outlay of more than $1,000
per man. Coaches salaries amount to
$15,000.
The Illinois Union is holding its sec-
ond membership campaign of the year.
The membership of the Union now to-
tals close to 1,000, but although this
is an increase of about 400 over last
year, it is not thought to be half as
large as it should be. The fee is 25
cents.
The Northwestern (Camnpus Players
presented "The Witching Hlour at the
Ravinia Theatre last week, with great
success. The production of this play
marks a new era in the history of the
university actors.
Wisconsin will have an Anarchist
club, if current campus rumor can be
given any credence. Nothing definite
has been learned regarding the forma-
~tion of such an organization, but sev-
eral students of known anarchistic
sympathies refused to deny the report.
In accordance with anarchistic be-
liefs it is stated, the new organiza-
tion would have no officers, constitu-
tion or procedure..
Because he violated the University
of Chicago's tradition that all seniors
shall wear moustaches, by shaving
his off, a prominent member' of the
senior class paid the penalty for his
act in the form of a ducking in the
tank at Bartlett gymnasium. The
seniors at Chicago have been conduct-
ing a moustache race and any senior
who is unable to grow a presentable
one before a certain time must pay
the above penalty.
UNIVERSMITY CALENDAR.
Nov. 27.-Thanksgiving night social at
Newberry hail at 8:00 o'clock.
Nov. 27.-Matinee dance at the Mich-
igan Union at 2:30 o'clock.
Nov. 27.-Thanksgiving dance of the
senior laws at the Michigan Union.
Nov. 28.-Junior law dance at the
Michigan Union.
Nov. 28.Children's party of the Womn-
en's league at the Barbour gymna-

Whitney Theatre
MOD., TUES., WED., DEC. 1, 2, 3,
Another Musical Comedy in tabloid
form
Boyle Wolfolk Presents
Rai~ymondf Paine
Late Star of "Millionai re K id in
The Girl
QUESTID1
By Howard, Hough andi Adams
Vrom LIaSalle Theatire
30--People -30;
Girls Galore
Matinee Wednesday, 3 PMS
PRICES
Thireen Rows Orchestra- - - 50c
Balance Orchestra . - 35c
Four Rows Balcony - - 35c
Balance Balcony - - - - 25c
Seats Friday, 10 a. im.
MAJESTIC
AT LAST
Tile only Genuinc Version of
Ilulver Lytton's.
LAST DAYS OF

15

O0 People - A, Symphony Orchesti
9. Dazzling, Bewildering Display of Costumes,
Scenery and Electrical Effects.
Laro-est Musical and dramatic Organization
Ever Toured

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The Tremendous Dramatic

Standing Solitary and Alone, the Culmination
Three Centuries of Dramatic Achievement.

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Nights
Thirteen Rows Orchestra...... ... $2.00
Eight Rows ...... 1.50)
Four Rows Baloy........10
Nine lony.......... .1.5
Gallery.................... 50
MAIL ORDERS

M a.. tinaie
Four Rows Orchestra ...........$1g
Balance 41.......... 1A
Four Rows Balcony.............
Balance "
Gallery...............
RECEIVED NOW

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I

T EMPL RE'
Down Town on Main

AkMUSBOOTERYJ
Mate St. .Opposite lHustos
The Suer Bowl
Comfectlo ie ry
We ~haLve the best assortmGont of
Choooie.t,0 and 30;BO IeS
All kinzds of fe.neiy loo Creanms for Parties
Try our Fruit l undaes after the Theatre

Friday, Nov.

28

Selig Feature Drama

"THE

"WHITNE!
THEATRI
Thanksgiving DaVj
THURSDAY -
NOVEMBER
MATINEE - 3 P. M.
H. H. FRAZEE'S
GREAT ASTOR THEATRE PRODUCTI
Feathers
By Eugene Waiter
Author of "Paid In Full
"Easiest Way"
The Play of the
Century
PRICES
$1.50, $1.00, 75c and 5,
MAIL ORDERS N~OW

YOUNG

POMPEII

Me.11%Street

MA CHEREI

In 8 Parts of Magnificent Motion Pic-
tures, Brought to Ann Arbor. at Great
Expense, Direct from. Wallick
Theatre, New York.
FOUR DAYS, ONLY
Wed,, Thurs., Fri., Sat,
Dec. 3, 4, 5, 6
One Show Nightly at 8:15
TWO HlOUR SHOW

I

MRS.

AMES"5

ou more than words can tell-
ou-I who knew so well'
der warmth of your embrace.
on in your wouted place,
u may trestle on mty breast;

That I may feel your willing armns;
And know again your close caress.
For months I have forgot your charms,
But now I need you, oh, ma cher-el
My VASSAR, winter underwear.

11

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III

~xhibCirG.L. WOOLFOLK
..hiitShop at 326 S. State Street
University School of Music
Albert A. Stanley, Director
ilaynard Street, Ann Arbor, Mich.~
A School of Music which offers courses in all branches of music of
ghest sta gdards. n_.
Studen fs may take regular courses leading to graduation, or they may
eke such subjects as they desire, without reference to graduation.
If you are interested in studying somne branch of music, please call at
.e office and get a copy of the school catalogue which gives full inform-
ion.CHARLES A. SINK, _Secretary.

sium.
Nov. 29.-Soph lit Recuperation Par-
ty in Barbour gym nasiumn at 2 :30
o'clock.
Dec. 1.-Newell Dwight Hillis in Uni-
versity H-ail.
Dec. 1.-1916 medic dinner.
Dec. 1.-Penn men smoker.
Dec. 1.-Twilight organ recital by
Earl V. Moore in Hill auditorium at
4 :15 o'clock.
Dec. 2.--M1ichigan Daily dinner at Un-
ion.
Dec. 3.-Union membership dinner.
Dec. 4.-1916 lit dance.
Dec. 6.-Junior lit breakfast-dance.

MATINEE DAILY AT 3:00 P. M.
Adults 25c Children 1 5c
Reserved Seats at Night.
MAIL ORDERS NOW
Caniadian s Choose Temporary Officers
At an organization mneeting of the
Canadian club held at the Union this
week, the following temporary officers
were elected: X. H. Goldstick, '15L,
chairman, 1L. D. Ostrander, '16, secre-
tary, and E. C. Zavitz, '14, Rex Wad-
dell, '16, and R. G. McAndrew, "16F, or-
ganization committee. The first ban-
quet will be held December 4
Professors Attend Chicago Convention
Professors T. C. Trueblood and R.
D. T. Hollister, of the oratory depart-
ment, will attend the third annual con-
vention of the National council of
Teachers, starting from today, to No-
vember 29, in Chicago.

I PlaceEAT AT ttP OfPS"
ThePaWee Things Taste Like Homne
"'Pap"Bancroft Cor. Monroe and 'Thayer

THE STATE SAYINGS BANK
Capital Stock $60,000.00
Surplus and Profits $100,000.00
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Win. Arnold Win. J. Booth C. John Wolz, Jr
Vice-Pres. President Cashier
George Bischoff
Florist
220 Chapin Sireet Phone 809-L
Choice cut flowers a -d plants
Liberty and Main Sts,
A Most Convenient Place for Your Banking

DETROIT, FUCIIQAN
EV ELYN NESBHIT THAW
Assisted by 'JACK CLIFFORD ini the musical
dlancing (li%,rtissetnent
"MAR IETT Es
$10 SA .VED
Or% Suit or Overcoat
We build fine clothes right in on our
own shops out of best of materials at
prices worth your while investigating.
Drop in on your way down town and
we will explain how we do it. We
clean and repair both ladies' and
gentlemen's garments with g reoa t
care. Give us at trial

CALLINGS REPRESENTED
MICHIGAN

AT.

(Continued from page 1.)
blishers with seven. Two brewers
d the same number of watchmakers
represented in the student body
their children.
kmong the minor tradesmen come
chers to the number of eight, cat-
dealers with 16, liquor dealers with
even dozen and four bakers, and
oexpress agents. The capitalists'
is number seven. The sons and
Lighters of 15 janitors and night-
tclhmen are enrolled in the univer-
y and the grand total is brought
a close by the single son of a mar-
d chauffeur.

Societies D~ebate at Regular MIeetinigs
"Jeffersonians will hold a regular de-
bate Friday night. The subject is
"Resolved, "That Judicial decisions
shall be recalled." Regular meeting
of the Websters will be held Friday,
at 7:00 o'clock. The question is: Re-"
solved: "That the Torrens land sys-
tern should be adopted by the several
states."
Night lunches delivered. Call 51-L,
301 S. State, Greene's Lunch Room. tf
Another shipment of black and blue
soft hats just received. Wagner &
Co., State St. 50-52

Have you- noticed
the distinguished appearance
a perfect fitting

LouisID el
Fine Tailor 105

lb

SE. Libe

Dress Suit

I You are always welcome at the

am

I

gives one ? This is the only
kind we make.
Our fabrics are the newest.

Students'

Supply

StoreI

WAGNER
Tailors

& CO.
State street

Call us up for a box of Allegretti, Morses or Gilberts'
chocolates.

All garments
shoaP..

made in our own

Phone 1331-J

11 11 So. University

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HO0M E 0F

Hart

Sohaffner

&~

arx

Cloth

We have those H. S & M. Mackinaws at $12.00 and $15.00. Other makes at $5.00 to $10.00.

WHERE A DOLLAR "
DOES ITS DUTY.

LUTZ CLOTHING STORE

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217S*5.

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