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SSaturday Evening. Decc. 6th
Flashlights and Groups
Telephone 458-L 719 North University Avenue
anged the price of woolens on an average of twenty five
on a yard, s3 all the leading jobbers tell us. That will
a difference of about eighty seven cents on the amount of
that goes into a suit.-Not much, is it?" No, of course not.'
st wetk we took advantage of a special price offered rs by
.able jobber, a price far less than the difference in the tariff,
)me neat effects in black, blue and white stripes, aso some
blues and overcoatings, all new 1913 woolens. We have
:ed them at a price accordingly. Those that are fortunate
gh to place their orders at once will reap the benefit. They
. last long-come in and look them over. Rememuber these
11 new woolens. They are not old friends that we dislike to
shipment of black and tan rubber sole
-Tango pumps and heavy tan Viscolized
lose who are waiting for these shoes
I call at once as the supply will not last
TO MEET TONIGHT
All men interested in basketball are
requested to meet in Waterman gym-
nasium, this evening at 7:15 o'clock, at
which time Director Rowe will out-
line the plans for the interclass cham
With more than 500 men signed up
as players of the indoor sport, it is be-
lieved there will be from fifteen to
eighteen class teams in the series.
The championship schedule will not
begin unti lafter the holidays, but
most of the managers plan to have
their teams organized before vacation.
During the holidays the players who
remain in Ann Arbor will organize in-
to teams for practice, and as there will
be no gymclasses, unlimited oppor-
tunities will belgiven for basketball
Owing to the large number interest-
ed in basketball this year it is ex-
pected that some sporting goods man-
ufacturing house will furnish a set of
individual medals and class trophies
for the series, in return for the pat-
ronage of the interclass athletes.
Che sue, r Bow v
CAMPUS IN BRIEF.
We have the best assortment of.
Chooloates .nmd Born. B oans
kinds of fe.ney Ice Creams for Partle.
-v our Fruit Sundaes after the Theatre
iversity School of Music
Albert A. Stanley, Director
'laynard Street, Ann Arbor, Mich.
ool of Music vhich offers courses in all branches of music of
Qts may take regular courses leading to graduation, or they may
mbjects as they desire, without reference to graduation.
are interested in studying some branch of music, please call at
nd 'get a copy of the school catalogue which gives full inform-
CHJARLS A. SINK, Secretary.
--Manuscripts of orations for the,
Peace Oratorical Contest must be giv-
en to Professor Thomas C. Trueblood
-The two Varsity debating teams se-
lected in the recent preliminaries have
been arranged as follows: affirmative
side against Northwestern-Lyman S.
Hulbert, '14L; Karl Mohr, '15L; L. D.
David, '14; negative side against Chi-
cago-Sylvan S. Grosner, '14L; S. Wit-
ting, '15; Werner W. Schroeder, '14.
-Carl Parry, formerly instructor in
economics in this university, and now
holding a similar position at Ohio State
university, is visiting for a few days in
-The coal bunkers of the university,
located near the Ann Arbor depot have
been on fire for several days. Com-
bustion, caused by the heated condition
of the coal when it was unloaded this
summer, is the cause of the fire.
-Four hundred new slides have been
added to the present photographic col-
lection of the forestry department. The
new addition was obtained by Profes-
sor Filbert Roth and Professor P. S.
Lovejoy from the U. S. government
forestry service during their recent
trip to Washington, D. C., when they
attended the National Conservation
Congress. This brings the total num-
ber of slides in the use of the depart-
ment to nearly 4,000.
-In the Palladium Bowling contest
Delta Kappa Epsilon heads the
list. Senior engineers and medics tie
for first place in class bowling.
-The annual directory of the univer-
sity faculty and other officers for this
year has just been issued and is now
Have you ubticed
the distinguished appearance
a perfect fitting
being distributed on the campus. The
little book is prepared in a manner
similar to that followed by the uni-
Annual Engagement of
Harvey D. Orr
versity bulletins and is complete in ev-
--A "Pirate" party will be given by
the soph-lit class at the Union next
Thursday evening, December 4. A
new plan will be inaugurated by hav-
ing the dance begin promptly at 8:00
o'clock instead of 9:00 as has been the
custom. Tickets selling at 75 cents
may be obtained from members of the
social committee or at the door. Profs.
Hollister and Wier and their wives
will chaperone the party.
-The Novenmber issue of the Cosno-
politan Student has just been received
by the secretary of the local Cosmo-
politan club. Members of the organ-
ization may obtain copies from Fred
B. Foulk at the offices of The Michi-
-President Barry B. Hutchins re-
turns today from Culver, Indiana,
where he spent the week end. He
spoke to the cadets at the military
-Intramural Director Floyd A. Rowe.
who has recently returned from a trip
through the east, together with track
coach "Steve" Farrell, will address
the freshmen gymnasium classes this
week, beginning with today's sections.
-More than 00 prescriptions have
been filled free of charge for students
since the inauguration of the health
service. They have been for the relief
of varied ailments from falling hair to
cholera morbus. G. A. Bergy, '13P, is
in charge of the dispensary, 372 chem-
-Drawings of the class in Architec-
tural designing will remain on exhi-
bition during the remainder of the
week in Alumni Memorial hall, second
floor, from 9:00 to 4:00 o'clock daily.
The exhibition could not be arranged
in the engineering building because of
the lack of sufficient room.
-Dr. A. 0. Lee, of the engineering
faculty, and Arthur Cohen, '14L, will
pick the members of the permanent
Comedy club cast at the rehearsal, this
evening, at 7:00 o'clock, in Sarah Cas-
well Angell hall. The cast chosen
tonight will be substantially the one
which will present the "Scarecrow" in
the club's annual production this year.
-Mrs. Albert Moore Barrett, 630 Ox-
ford Road, will entertain at an infor-
mal dinner for university women from
3:00 to 5:30 o'clock this afternoon.
-Practically all the tickets for the
supper to be given by the Girls' club
of Saint Andrews church, in Harris
hall at 6:30 o'clock tonight have been
sold. The entertainment will be in-
Morethan half of the 200 tickets for
the cabaret chicken dinner, to be held
at the Michigan Union, tomorrow
night, have been sold. The reorgan-
ized finance committee is.covering the
whole campus and it is expected that.
the issue of tickets will be exhausted
by tonight. The admission coupons
may be procured for 50 cents from
members of the 'committee or at the
Members of The Michigan Daily
staff and tryouts are invited to attend
th staff dinner at the Michigan Union
tonight at 6:00 o'clock.
1st 4 Rows Orchestra
Balance of Orchestra
lot 4 Rows Balcony
Balance Balcony -
Box Seats -
MAIL ORDERS NOW
The only Genuine Version of
LAST DAYS OF
In a new play by
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
OneShow Nightly at 8:16
TWO HOUR SHOW'
MATINEE DAILY AT 3:00 P. M.
All Seats (Downstairs reserved) . .25
Box Seats - - . .35
Adults - - - 5
MAIL ORDERS NOW
By Victoria Cross
Direction of Henry Miller
Mr. 0lcott Sings Five New Songs
MON., TUES,, WED,, DEC. I, 2
Another Musical comedy in tabl
Boyle Wolfolk Presents
L~ate Star of "Mlillionaire Kid."i
By Howard, Hough and Adams
From 1LaSalle Theatre
Matinee Wednesday, 3 P
Thireen Rows OrchestraCE
Balance Orchestra . - -
Four Rows Balcony - -
Balance Balcony - - - -
Seats Friday, 10 a. m.
A Great Play From
a Great Novel
and Great Company
Thirteen Rows Orchestra........i1.00
Four Rows Balcony ............... .75
Balance Balcony.................. .50
EAT AT "POP'S"
The Place Where Things Taste like Home
"Pop" Bancroit Cor. Monroe and Thayer
CHIGAN HAS LARGEST UNION
OF ANY SCHOOL.
(Continued from page 1.)
fact that only three of the, weekly
nlbership dances given last year were
attended hy the linmiting hundred
Ales. All told, more than i5o dances
e been given at the Union with an
age attendance of a hundred
Ales. The total attendance at these
:es amounts to 30,000 people.
a the same year the official Union
on was adopted and the athletic as-
ation stopped its practice of issu-
a button at the inception of the
ket athletic tax. For this reason
the popularity of the new dance
,the Union membership leaped to
5 hnd this total has increased to the
eent membership of 2,751, which is
largest membership enjoyed by any.
rersity union in the country.
he annual football smoker which is
ntled by almost half the student body
unctioned by the Union and its suc-
and popularity have grown with
y year that it has been given.
efore the Union began its custom of
ng Sunday afternoon entertain-
ts, the student body as a whole, was
loss to find a place to go on the
dest day of the whole week. To-
instead of going for a walk, or
ding the afternoon in reading, sev-
eral hundred Union metalbers gather in
the hall to smoke and listen to and
meet men of the world who have achiev-
(, fame in their line. The meetings
are not of a religious temper, but are
a means and method of bringing to-
gether the students for a social after-
The "Friday night lounger" is an idea
which was put into execution this year.
Its puPrOsc is similar to that of the
Sunday afternoon meetings, with the.
exception that the main attraction con-
sists of card games instead of a speak-
er. These loungers have grown in pop-
ularity from the start and the only re-
striction upon the size of the attending
crowd is the number of tables.
Every day last year, with the excep-
tion of the holidays and examination
week, the Union was the scene of some
social event and many of the days were
occupied with more than a single affair.
This same condition exists this year.
To Make Flying Trip Between Talks.
Dr. Victor C. Vaughan, dean of the
medic department, will lecture before
the Ohio State Dental society, Wednes-
day night, on "Oral Infection," and be-
fore the students at M. A. C. on "The
Effects of Disease on Civilization,"
THE STATE SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock $50,000.00
Surplus and Profits $100,000.00
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Win. Arnold Win. JBooth c. John w*Iz, Jr
Vice-Pres. President Cashier
220 Chapin Street Phone 809-L
Choice cut flowers and plants
Liberty and Main Sts.
A Most Convenient Place for Your Banking
In the 3 act musical comedy
"The Little Parisienne"
We build line 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 r ea t
care. 'Cive us at trial.
Lois Del Prete
Fine Tailor 105 E. Liberty St.
gives one? This is the only
kind we make.
Our fabrics are the newest.
WAGNER & CO.
Tailors State Street
All garments made in our own
WE LEAD THEM ALL
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Allegretti, Morses and Gilberts candy.
1 111t So. University Ave
cards, all kinds,
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WHERE A DOLLAR
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