"At the Sign 01 The Kodak "
Flashlights and Groups
ed 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
it goes into a suit. Not much, is it?" No, of course not."
veek we took advantage of a special price offered vs by
e jobber, a price far less than the difference in the tariff,
neat effects in black, blue and white stripes, also some
ies and overcoatings, all 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
t long-come in and look them over. Remember these
ew woolens. They are not old friends that we dislike to
719 North University Avenue
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Cotfectle ryt e
Tryouts for cast positions in the
1914 Michigan Union opera will be
held in the Adelphi rooms on the
fourth floor of University hall at 7:00
o'clock Thursday night. All men de-
siring places, whether in last year's
show or not, will be required to com-
pete. There are about 16 positions to
The management has expressed the
wish that all tryouts be prepared with
a short selection. The eliminating
process will be employed, and a sec-
ond tryout may be held, if too many
men remain after Thursday night's
weeding. Although there are some
parts which do not require singing
ability, men will be tested for their
proficiency in this direction. Non-ath-
letic rulings require that no freshmen
shall try out.
Fifteen artists were present at the
poster meeting held at the Union last
night, and others will enter the com-
petition later. The nature of the opera
was explained to them, and they will
be given until Tuesday, January 13 to
work on the competitive designs. The
same design will be used for both the
poster and the music score. Three
colors and black will be used.
ILLINOIS CLUB MEN SMOKE;
PARKER ELECTED PRESIDENT
Illinois club held a smoker and mix-
er at the Union last evening. Dean
John R. Effinger addressed the men.
President Karl Mohr, '13-'15L, also
called on H. Beach Carpenter, '14, C.
Harold Hippler, '14L, H. D. Parker,
'15, Harold Hulbert, '14M, and M. F.
Dunne, '17, to speak. G. M. Moritz,
'15, gave several vocgl selections. It
was decided to charter a special car
to carry the club members home for
the holidays, and to hold a dance
shortly after the beginning of the sec-
The following officers were elected
to serve for the coming year: presi-
dent; Harry D. Parker, '15, vice-pres-
ident H. M. Bowcock, '16, secretary,
W. EJ. Rankin, '16, and treasurer, G. P.
CAMPUS IN BRIEF.
-L. F. Hartman, 114E, was appointed
assistant in electrical engineering yes-
terday by Prof. B. F. Bailey. Mr. Hart-
man, who will succeed Mr. Kopfer,
was chosen from a list of four appli-
cants, and will assume his duties at
-Soph medics will dine at the Union
at 6:00 o'clock tonight. Dean V. C.
Vaughan, Dr. F. G. Novy and Dr. W.
P. Lombard will be called upon for
speeches. George Watt, president of
the class, will preside as toastmaster.
-The Catholic Students club will hold
a dance at St. Thomas' hall at 8:30
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
Dec 11, 12, 13
Mats. Friday and Saturday, 3 P. M.
Tabloid Musical Comedy
and Rose D an ie
and a Company o Singing,
Dancing Girls and Boys,
Did You ever Get in Wrong?
Thirten flows Orchestra - - , ,50c
Balance Orchestra . - - 35c
Four Rows Balcony - - 35c
Balance Balcony - - - 25c
Seats Tuesday, 10 a. in.
Complete change of Program
every day. Four and five big
And don't forget those
All Seats - - 10 Cents
In He~r T~iate .t ]la ;Cal
"When Claudia Smiles"
By Anna Caldwell (Author of "Lady of the Slipper") Company include Marion Sun-
shine, Bertha Mann, Florence Edney, Nellie Fillmore, Chas. Winninger,
Miss Ring's Broadway Chorus
P R I C E S
Thirteen Rows Orchestra.............................................S2.00
Balance Orchestra .......................... ........ ........... .......... 1.50
Four Rows Balcony........r...............1.00
Balance Balcony ................ ...... ................ _................. .75
Cs Ifery................................................ ... .50
Mail Orders Now. Seats Friday at 10 A. M.
IL KE E D3AY S
Tuesday Wc :dyP
Wednesday . .
Latest Theatrical Craz
We have the best assortment of
chocola.tes 0,2d Bon.Dorns
il kinds of fanery Ice Creams for Parties
Try our Frti"t Sunmdaes after the Theatre
COMPLETE PRODUCTION-FINE CAST OF PLAYERS
EXTRA-in Addition to the above higb class production of one
of the greatest successes ever staged,
THE PALACE MALE QUARTET
will appear between the acts at every performance.
AHR'S SHOE STORES
We have just received a shipment of the
original Tango Pump, rubber sole and
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Four Rows Balcony.....
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o'clock Friday evening. This will be
the fourth number on the series and
Ike Fischer will furnish the music.
-Professor Richard D. T. Hollister's
class in interpretive reading will give
a recital, consisting chiefly of lyric
poems, in the oratory room, 302, north
wing, at 8:00 o'clock, Wednesday ev-
ening. Visitors are invited.
-The fourth of a series of lectures on
the "Origin of Language," will be given
by Prof. F. N. Scott of the rhetoric de-
partment this afternoon at 2:00
o'clock in Memorial hall before the
class in Psychology of Language.
-"Why Study the Bible?" is the sub-
ject of Prof. Thomas M. Iden's lecture
at the Bible Chair building, at 6:30
o'clock tonight. The Men's class of
the Congregational church at Ypsilan-
ti heard his address on "The Relation
Between Science and Religion," Sun-
-Prof. Davis, of the educational de-
partment, will return to Ann Arbor to-
day from a three days' trip to Lawton
and Painesdale, Michigan, where he
gave extension lectures.
-The last number of the Astronom-
ical Journal contains a record of the
series of observations made by Profes-
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Seats Now Selling for all Shows.
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All This Week
X aS s Cotning
Snow and sleigh bells give us the Xmas spirit.
Though they are not here yet, we must begin to
think of the gifts for those at home. On our floors
are displayed artistic chairs, convenient writing
tables, bookcases. beautiful rugs and draperies.
Such an assortment that a suitable choice will be
surely easy to make.
sor W. J. Hussey, and of the comet
discovered in September by Paul T.
Delavan, '12. Professor Hussey's find-
ings tend to prove it to be a re-appear-
ance of the Westphal comet.
-Fresh medies will hold a "dinner-
smoker" tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the
Union. Dr. G. Carl Huber will speak,
the corner of State and. Packard
streets at 8:20 o'clock, to carry the
-The Commerce club will hold a smo-
ker at 7:30 o'clock this evening at the
Union. F. B. Stevens, a Detroit busi-
ness man, will speak .on "Personality
A special car will leave
Have you noticed
the distinguished appearance
a perfect fitting
and short talks will be given by class of Business."
-Phi Lambda Upsilo,honorary cluen'- SOPH LITS ATTENTION!
ical society, will hold a "Holiday Par- Pay class dues Wednesday or Thurs-
ty" at the Country club, Thursday, De- day in U. Hall. Open all day. 61
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