"At the Sign of The Kodak"
Flashlights and Groups
The only Genuine Version of
LAST DAYS OF
of woolens on an average Of tAenty five
1 the leading jobbers tell us. That will
about eighty seven cents (in the amount of
suit. Not Inuch, is it?'' No, of course not'"
advantage of a special price offend s by
rice far less than the differeLce in ti-e tr~ff,
n black, blue and hite stript s, also some
oatings, all new >.0E3 woclens. We bare
ce accordingly. Thos e that are fortiii.te
orders at once will reap the benefit. They
e in and look them over. Remember these
They are not old 1riend thait we dislike to
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ma fr Parties
fter the Theatre
stands high enough above the founda-
tion to permit coal cars to be run un-
- .-of. Clarence J. Grieves of the Bal-
timore College of Dental Surgery, Bal-
timore, Md., visited the dental school
yesterday. Dr. Grieves also address-
,d the senior dental class.
--In order that members of the senior
engineer class may be better advised
as to positions open to them, a com-
mittee was appointed Thursday to
consult with Dean Cooley, regarding
the idea of having a member of the
faculty appointed to take charge of the
letters received asking for men. The
idea has been discussed by various
classes but has never been put into
-Prof. A. E. White, of the chemical
engineering faculty, who has been
working since last spring in an effort
to find a method to keep steam con-
densing tubes from splitting, has fil-
ed a report with the Detroit Edison
company, which is now being publish-
-The university library has just re-
ceived from the library of the late J..
Pierpont Morgan a book entitled "As-
syrian Records." Like many other
works published by Mr. Morgan's li-
brary the edition is limited, there be-
ing only 250 copies printed.
--Librarian T. W. Koch will go to De-
troit Sunday morning, where he will
deliver a lecture at the Museum of
Art. He expects to return to the city
-According to the usual custom a
complimentary copy of next month's
Alumnus will be mailed to every sen.
-The Rev. Frank W. Gunsaules, of the
Central Presbyterian church of Chica-
go, and president of the Armour Insti-
tute of Technology, will speak at the
Presbyterian church Sunday evening
at 7:45 o'clock.
-Maurice Meyers and G. R. Muckley
were high men in the second round
of play In the Union bridge tourna-
ment last night, With 5,195 points.
About 25 couples were present last
night including a number who did not
play in the first round. This however
does not handicap the latter any, in-
asmuch as the scoring will be done on
the basis of average.
-Eight men are competing in the
Comedy club contest for posters to be
used in advertising Percy Mackaye's
play, the "Scarecrow." Prizes will be
awarded to the three most successful
-E. A..Dratz, '151), was married to
Hortense Belle Fulliam in Muscatine,
Iowa, Monday. The groom has return-
ed to the university, the bride, not a
student, is remaining at her home.
-Junior lits give a breakfaist-dance
at the Union from 8:00 to 12:00 o'clock
this morning. The chaperones are
Prof. G, W. Dowrie and Mrs. Dowrie,
and Mr. and Mrs. Weir.
-Dean H. M. Bates, of the law de-
partment, returned from Columbus,
Ohio, last night, where he has been
investigating the examinations that
Have you noticed
the distinguished appearance 1
a perfect fitting
KIYO SUE INUI TO
TALK NEXT MONDAY
Kiyo Sue Inui, '06, who is to appear
before' the Oratorical association in
University Hall Monday night at 8:00
o'clock, is an authority on the Japa-
nese-California question on which he
is to speak. He is general secretary
of the Japanese association in America
which has-50 organizations located in
the principal cities of the United Stat-
es. Mr. Inui spent some time in Japan
on his recent lecture tour around the
world in the interests of international
peace. Two other sensational trips
made by Mr. Inui are a cruise from
England to Japan in a 45 ton boat, and
a canoe trip down the entire length
of the Mississippi river.
Mr. Inui has the faculty of keeping
his audiences laughing by his brilliant
wit and humor. He is a compelling,
eloquent, sincere speaker, uniting
grace of manner with a skillful com-
mand of English.
will be given for admission to the
Ohio state bar later in the year. This
matter is under the direction of the
-Tau Beta 1i, honorary engineering
fraternity, banqueted at the Union last
evening. Twenty men were present
at the business session which follow-
ed. It was decided to hold several
banquets throughout the year, and to
add a few literary features for enter-
-Students charged with rioting will
probably have their cases held over
until Monday, as a criminal assault
case is now holding the circuit court
-Few students realize how carefully
they will be kept track of after they
graduate from the university. In Prof.
I. N. Demmon's office, in the basement
of Memorial hall, is a card catalogue
of all Michigan graduates, giving their
class and as completely as possible
their present address.
-flenorah society, an organization de-
voted to the study and advancement of
Jewish culture and ideals, willm eet
at 8:00 o'clock Sunday evening, De-
cember 7, in Newberry hall. Henry
Hurwitz, of Harvard university, pres-
ident of the Intercollegiate Menorah
Association, will speak on "The Na-
ture and Purpose of the Menorah
Movement in American Colleges and
Universities.'" Pres. Harry B. Hutch-
ins, Prof. Robert M. Wenley, and Prof.
Henry A. Sanders will address the
meeting. Prof. I. Leo Sharfman, of the
economics department; will preside.
-The forestry department is prepar-
ing a detailed circular giving full ac-
counts of the forestry farm, how the
50 plantations were developed and de-
scribing the plant stock used in the
-Junior engineers will give a fare-
well saxophone party in Barbour gym,
December 18. Dancing will begin at
9:00 o'clock and close at 1:00 o'clock.
Tickets are on sale by the class social
committee for $1.00.
-A series of monthly banquets will be
given by the Educational club to alum-r
ni who are engaged in teaching or ad-]
ministrative work at the Michigan Un-,
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 Nghiy at 8:16
TWO HOUR SHO0W
MATINEE DAILY AT 3:00 P. M.
AllSeats ( "ow"slairs reserved) .5
Box Seats - - - 5
Adults - . . .25
Children . . .5
MAIL ORDERS NOW
in a new
EAT AT tPOP'S"
The Place Where Things Taste like Home
'Pop" Bancroft Cor. Monroe and T
THE STATE SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stook $50,000.00
Surplus and Profits $100,000.00
ANN ARSOR, MICH.
Win. Arnold Win. J. Pooth C. John WOIz, Jr
Vice-Pres. President Cashier
'Peg 0'My Heart'
LL r e t taTerylor
All Next Week
220 Chapin Slreet
Choice cut flowers and
Mr. Olcott Sings Five New So
Entire Lower Floor - - . S
1st 4 Rows Balcony - S1
Balance Baloony -
Box Seats - - - $2
MAIL ORDERS NOW
Liberty and Main
I A Most Convenient Place for
,t e t c
Our new store at304 S. State
will be opened for business
n. Dec. 8th with a complete
I up=to=date line of shoes for
les and gentlemen.
We show a swell line of party pumps for
s. Special agency for the famous Nettle-
hoes for men.
BROADWAY com TWENTY- SECOND 5'
'S SHOE STORES
304 S. State St.
RUCTION BEGINS ON
EW POWER HOUSE TRACKS
ing for the new electric rail.
hat will connect the university
ooms and power house with the
an Central tracks, was com-
I on the section between the
ildings yesterday. The tracks
oss Washington street at an ele-
of 18 feet. Dirt from the hill
the power house is being haul-
r and used for the grading.
h of the power house the road-
11 run in a direct line until 150
beyond Catherine street, and
ill turn northeast, meeting the
an central tracks at School
Glen. The grade will average
>er cent. Much of the grading
lower part has been completed.
[MEN WILL HAVE MASS
EETING IN W1TERMAN GYM
reshmen interested in track
vill probably be invited to at-
tend a mass meeting in Waterman
gymnasium some evening early next
Track Coach Stephen J. Farrell, and
Intramural Director Floyd A. Rowe,
will address the youngsters, outlining
the opportunities for valuable training
along this line at Michigan.
This meeeting has become an annual
affair, serving to arouse interest
among the first year men, which re-
sults in the development of considera-
ble good material on the All-Fresh in-
door and outdoor track teams.
CAMPUS IN BRIEF.
-Tickets for the Cercle Francais
course are now being sold by members
of the French faculty, and of the Cer-
cle, or may be ordered by mail of Mr.
-Work on the big ash collector at the
new university power house has been
completed. This collector, with a ca-
pacity of from 5 to 15 tons, is built on
a 15 foot concrete foundation, and
Garments ready made or to order
Dress, Travel or Sporting wea
Furnishings, Hats, Shoes and tra)
elin kits. Useful articles in leather ar
silver for mens 'Christmas presents.
Our representative, Mr. Gorma:
will be at the Pontchartrain, Detroit, De
ember 9th and 1 Oth.
ion. The first one wil be held after --Newi members will be elected
Christmas. A committee,, consisting- Deutscher Verein at the meetini
of D. A. Van Buskirk, '15, and H. L.
Harrington, '14, has been appointed to, held in the rooms of the soci
arrange for the affair. 18:00 o'clock Monday.
gives one ? This is the only
kind we make.
Our fabrics are the newest.
XMA S GIFTS
WE LEAD THEM ALL
=A' " 9 " a
souvenir pins, fobs, spoons, Xmas,
1 11 1 So. University Avei
Allegretti, Morses and Gilberts candy.
cards, all I
made in our own
H O M E or
We have those H. S & M. Mackinaws at $12.00 and $15.00. Other makes at $5.00 to $10.00.
HERE A DOLLAR
I)ES ITS DUTY.
LUTZ CLOTHING STORE
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