" tthe Sign of The Kodak "
Flashlights and Groups
TWO Days Only'
FEID A Y,
719 North University Avenue
]HENRY W. SAVAGE OFFERS
nged the price of woolens on an average of twenty five
)fn a yard, so all Vie leading jobbers tell' us. That will
a difference of about eighty seven cents on the amount of
hat goes into a suit. Not mnuch, is it?" No, of course not,
tweek we took advantage of a special price offered vs,- by
able jobber, a price far less than the difference ins the tariff,
ne neat effects in black, blue and white siripcs, aso some
blues and overcoatings, all new 1913 woolens. We have
d them at a price accordingly. Those that are fortunate'
h to place their orders at once will reap the benefit. They
ast long-come in and look them over. Remnember these
n vew woolens. They are not old friends that we dislike to
J. KARL MALCOL M
LIBERTY ST. MALCOLM BLOCK
shipment of black and tan rubber sole
-Tango pumps and heavy tan Viscolized
hose who are waiting for these shoes
d call at once as the supply will not last
CO -OP' IS SUCCESS
INI MANY 'SCHOOLS
The cooperative association of last
year was not very profitable to its
organizers and so was not destined to
a long life. President Selden Dickin-
son and Manager Homer Heath, 'of the
Union, and President Arthur Kohler,
of the council, heartily endorse the
idea of a real co-operative store for
Michigan, but are not prepared to sug-
gest any method for its management
or development, at present.
Other schools have ,found the "co-
op" store a success. Harvard has a
department store, the capital stock of
which is owned by faculty and stu-
dents. Not only does it allow a 12
per cent cut in pricees but it is able
to secure articles that cannot be had
elsewhere. Cornell's store, which is
operated entirely by student employ-
ees, rendered an 8 per cent dividend to
its purchasers last year. Illinois' not
only saves the students money on nov-
elties and supplies but runs a photo-
graph gallery as well. Wisconsin,
Syracuse, Pennsylvania and. even Oli-
vet each have one of these stotres.
mAJ ES TI C
Todlft~y et 3 P. M.
Tonxght 7-8-9 P.M.
The Tremendous Dramatic Spectacle
Standing Solitary and Alone, the Culmination o:
Three Centuries of Dramatic Achievement.
150 People A Symphony Orchesti
q. Drzzling, Bewildering Display of Costumes,
Scenery and Electrical Effects.
Lars,-est Musical and Dramatic Organization
CORNELL GA ME
In addition to our reg-
Thirteen Rows Orchestra-..... ...$2.00
Eight Rows " 1.50
Four Rows Balcony..... .......... 1.00
Nine "... ..... .75
Four Rows Orchestra ... .. ...
Balance ".. ..
Four Rows Balcony...,..,.....
MON., TUES,, WEI
CAMPUS IN BRIEF
We have the best~ assortment of
Choaooiates o and Boft Borna
kinds of fw..noy Ice Creams fog- Par-tis
y our Trut SAsndaes aft er the Theatre
P" h'n. Street,
--The 'Baptist G~uild will hold at hike
to Beefsteak ':ill this morning. Those
intending to go should be at the Guild
house at 9:00 o'clock.
--flanis of minor details, of the new
science building and a report of the
summer school will be presented at
the December meeting of the regents.
The report will recommend a raise in
salaries of the professors and assistant
professors during the summer ses-
--Sophomiiore lit sociail commnitter re-
quests that all who intend to attend
the "Recuperation" party at Barbour
gymnasium today be at the gymnasium
early. Dancing will begin promptly at
2:30 and end at 5:00 o'clock. There
are some tickets left which will be
sold at the door at 35 cents each.
Late Star of'"M
F ronm I as
Thireen Rows OrchestrF
Four Rows Balcony
Balance Balcony -
words can tell-
%v so well
n my breast;
That I may feel your willing arms,
And1 know again your close caress.
lFor months I have forgot your charns,
But now I need you, ohi, ma cherel
My VASSAR, winter underwear.
G. L. WOOLFOLK
IShop at 326 S. State Street
vcrsity School of Music
Albert A. Stanley, Director
tlaynard Street, Ann Arbor, Mich.
EAT AT "POP'S"
The Place Where Things Taste Like
"'Pop"~ Bancroft Cor. Monroe ai
-Dr. LudwigFulda's fanots coinedyg
"Das Wunderkind," will be produced
at the Germania hall at 8:00 o'clock
next Tuesday evening. Student tick-
e-ts, selling at 25 cents each, can^ be 'ob-
tained at Wahr's bookstores. Another
short comedy will be performed by the
Garrick Theater German players, in
addition to the Fulda play.
MUSIC AND PRAIII
( 1ifuIvey Oieott,
The attraction at the Whitney, thea-
tre Saturday, December 6, will, be the
famous Irish tenor, Chauncey Olcott,
in "Shameen Dlhu." Rida Johnson
THE STATE SAYINGS BANK
Capital Stock $50,000.00
Surplus an& Profits Si100,000.00
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
EVELYN NES BIT
Assisted by JACK CLIFFORD in
Young,-author of the play, has chosen VicePres. President Cashier
the American Revolution as a back- m
A School of Musit which offers
Students may take regular courses
le such subjects as they desire, with
If you are interested in studying
e office and get a copy of the school
,T OTHER COLLEGES
"e than 2,500 Corneffliayu left Ith.-
Vednesday, to spend the Thanks-
vacation at their homrea, or to
Philadelphia for the Penn dame.
s the largest number of studlenrs
er leave the universit\- ac this
3Illinois Countcil of Adliiiiiifi'
as; decided that the team~rs o< tho
rsity of Illinois may take the
trips this year. This means that:
-ack team may go to the Pennsyl-
meets, and the base-Iball team
its southern trip, de.pite ej-
ito the contrary passed by thy.!
body last year. This perinis icni
"courses in all branchiee of music of ,
es leading to graduation, or they may ;
hout reference to graduation.
gsome branch of music, please call at
lcatalogue which gives full inform-
CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.
is to be temporary pending .l~e action
' o the Conference.
-The UnDiversity of Pennsylv ania Al-
Lie~1 Sports commitbee, at its cast mieet.-
ii g, made an appiopriatio)'a of $31,0000
to) support the mineor sports.
l.orty-one thousamnd seats lutvOc ben
" d for the .r ynavy fto ,;.. :a l
t-~day. This :, the capa.;i~y of th,?
Ntw York po . grounds where the
i.;,rye is held ;,ii3 Fear, and constitntes
c i ,.ord f.),,New York.
1Yaishingto i u't Lee 'Uiu.e-"it: ;-4
'i'-lane Uniw.;:" ;'i r ' iave acect'.ei as ..
question for their debate this year the
following: resolved: That the states
should enforce a minimum wag~e for
women and children sufficient to
maintain a fair standard of life. (con-
Gteorge Kerr, '14E, has been a;Ppoint-
ed by the Union to conduct a canvass
for more newspapers for the reading
room. The effort will be made in most
cases, to have papers on file from va"
rious towns and cities that have fairly
large representations of students
ground, thus providing Mr. Olcott with
his usual romantic 'role. Added to
that, is the pleasant news .that the
star has five new songs to sing. Prom-
inent in Mr. Olcott's support is Mrs.
Jennie Lamont, the finest imperson-
ator of the homely Irishwoman on the
Dance at Granger's tonight 50c per
couple. Mrs. Ross Granger is in the
Academy at all the assemblies given
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