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December 11, 1913 - Image 4

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anuD Sale

off on

mackinaws and raincoats

o off on all odd trousering
%o off on all overcoatings. in
o off on all suitings

stock

6 First Choice
Christmas Gufts
No.1-- Kodaks--All prices from $i.oo to $65.oo.
The Vest Pocket Kodak at $6. oo is the one that will please
the most fastidious.
NO. 2- A New "M' Book, better than ever-same size
but improved binding scheme. Sure to please-"he would
treasure it," or "she would be delighted.''
No. 3- Photograph Albums--A new lot at decidedly
lower prices than ever before, 50c to $3'50.
No. 4- New Book of 25 views of the U niversity in.
hand colored at $i.oo, Sepia at 85c. Pronounced "The
Best Ever. "
No. 5-' Calenadrs, for picture inserts; These are be-
coming more popular every year. We have small campus
views, if you want, while a familiar scene will be sure to
please. My 1914 Calendars are the choice offered this
season. Don't fail to see them before buying. .oc to
35c each.
No' 6- Christmas Postal Cards with scenes of Ann
Arbor. 12 for 25c.
L YN10wDO N

Whi
ONE NIGHT

C

EVERYBODY'S FAVORITE! America's Foremost Singing

Monay,

.

hese prices are strictly cash and
orders placed on and after Dec.

apply on-
11.

In Her I atcst Miiical

Supported by
Harry Connor

Comedy Success

J. KARL MALCOLM
New Dress Suits for Rent.
EY AVE RRIVED

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,
Etc., and
Miss Ring's Broadway Chorus
PRICES
Thirteen Rows Orchestra................ ...........................$2.00
Balance Orchestra ... .......... ...... 1.50
Four Rows Balcony ... ............................ 1.00
Balance Balcony ....... .......... ........ ............................... .75
Cir lery ................ . ........... ...................................... .50
Mail Orders Now. Seats Friday at 10 A. M.

BLACK RUBBER SOLE

TANGO PUMPS'
S0 - - - Bostonian Make

PUS BOOTERY
Opposite Hustons'

Late St.

The Sugar Bowl
We have the best assortment of
Chocola'tes and Bon Bone
Al kiads of feancy Ice Cr ans for Parties.
Try our Fruit Sundaes after the Theatre

e. n Street

AHR 'S SHOE STORE'S
We have just received a shipment of the
original Tango Pump, rubber sole and
heel. for Ladies and Cents. :: :: ::

RIOTER SUSPENDED
FROM HIGH SCHOOL
John Chipman, junior in high school,
was suspended for the rest of the sem-
ester, yesterday, by the faculty of the
high school, on several charges, the
principal one being alleged participa-
tion in the riot the night of the Penn
game.
Only one more riot case remains to
be considered by the faculties of the
university, that of L. S. Olsen, '16L,
which will probably be disposed of by
the end of the week. The engineering
faculty has acquitted J. S. Green, '17E,
after an investigation which failed to
prove him guilty. The lit and dental
faculties have each completed their
probes, and no further action will be
taken unless new evidence comes to
light.
COMMUNICATION.
(The Michigan Daily assumes no re-
sponsibility for sentiments express-
ed in communications.)
Editor, The Michigan Daily: --
The publication of the grades of the
various fraternities, clubs, and soror-
ities has brought about good as well
as evil results. All fraternities and
sororities are under surveillance of
their national boards. In this respect
the sororities have accomplished more
than the fraternities, since they are}
fewer and work harmoniously togeth-
er. The great desire is to stand at the
head of the column.-,
Every one was surprised to find
that the work in the sororities was
ahead of the independents. This is
due to two facts, the continual watch-
ing of the underclassmen, and also to
a proper laying out of the course of
study. In this respect the upperclass-
men have shown rare skill, if not al-
ways interest in scholarship. Some
of the upperclass girls deliberately
fadvise the "pledgelings" to elect men
Iwho are known to give high grades.,
They have the published lists of pro-
fessors, and plan out the courses ac-
cordingly. These are open secrets to
Have you noticed
the distinguished appearance
a perfect fitting

Whitney
Theatre
ONE NIGH Tj
TUESDAY,Dec. 16
C. 8 PRIMROSE
OI FRS
N1RW YORK
"TE I E CREAT
s7c c Ess
SPENDTHRIFT"
By PORTER EMERSON BROWNE I
As played for~One Year at the
Hudson Theatre. New York City
WITH
MISS MARION SHERWOOD
AND AN EXCEL1,ENT CAST

I

I

a

Keystone Comedies
Every Day

And don't forget those

All Seats -

-10 Cents'

PRICES

13 Rows Orchestra
Balance Orchestra
4 Rows Ba'cony
Balance Balcony
Gallery -

- - - $1.00
- - - .75
- - .75
- .50
- - .25

George Bischoff
Florist
220 Chapin Slreet Phone 809-L
Choice cut flowers and plants
Gt arrick Thea'tre
DETROIT, PMICHIGAN
'Pe ' My Heart'
WITH
All This Week

Witb
Eddie DeNoye
and Rose D an
and a Company of Singin
Dancing Girls and Boys.
Girls predominating
Did You ever Det in Wron
PRICES
Thirlen Rows Orchestra - -
Balance Orchestra . -
Four Rows Balcony -
Balance Balcony - - -
Seats Tuesday, 10 a. in.

A E EEIC
REMEMBER!
Complete change of Program
every day. Four and five big
special
PHOTOPLAY FEATURES

Whitney Th
THREE DAYS
Thursday, Friday, Satui
Dc. 119 12,
Mats. Friday and Saturday
Tabloid Musical Con

In W

We also have Rubber Sole
High Shoes in Black and Tan
for Men.

AHRS SHOE STORES
3 S. Main St. 304 S. State St.
Nettleton Shoes for Men

Seats Saturday 10A.M.
all who know.
It is not stated that all the sorori-
ties are so vitally interested in higher
scholarship as to direct their course
of studies along "A's" and "B's." It
does not necessarily mean that the
sororities that stand at the top have
shown the greatest skill in obtaining
the coveted ideal average. The fact
remains that this evil is more gener-
ally than the uninitiated realize.
ONE OF THE INITIATED.
MICHIGAN FERRIS CLUB TO
ENTERTAIN YPSILANTI CLUB
A reception will be tendered the
Ferris club of Ypsilanti by the Uni-
versity of Michigan Perris club at 7:30
o'clock Saturday evening in Newberry
hall. This, and the annual banquet,
which comes after the holidays, are
the two big events of the year for the
clubs. William Kluinsteker, '16D,
president of the local society, Hector
McCrimmen, president of the Ypsilan-
ti club, and Principal W. B. Beadle of
the Woodruff school of that city will
speak.

EAT AT "POP'S"
The Place Where Things Taste like Home
Po"ancroft Cora Monroe and TI

Nove lies

FOr Xmt

Bertha

VISIT
The Exquisite Corset Shop
Noll - :304 South Main St. Marie

7

In our western display window
you will notice a variety of chairs,
reed, mahogany and circassian wal=
nut, dainty sewing tables, artistic
and convenient writing desks, tea
wagons, all suitable for Xmas gifts.
On our second and third floors
are many more attractive pieces-
to see them will induce you to buy.

CAMPUS RICH IN TRADITIONS1
AND CUSTOMS.
(Continued from page 1.)
by President Hutchins. The entire
university body is called together on
this occasion to listen to an address
by some person of note.
A number of institutions such as the
senior advisors system, the mentor

system in use in the engineering
partment and the weekly gatherir
of the freshman engineers are a
distinctively Michigan.
Editor's Note-No attempt has be
made in this article to cover the act
ities of the Michigan student bo
The student publications, the stud
council, the dramatic organizatih
and the various clubs vill receive
dividual treatinent later.

mamma

Dress Suit

Martin

Hailer

.

.

gives one? This is the only
kind we make.
Our fabrios are the newest.
WAGNIER & CO.

X A S

G FTS

HE STATE SAVINGS BANK
Capital Stock $50,000.00
Surplus and P'ofits $100,000.00
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
A.rnoll Win. 3. Booth C John WoIz, Jr
Pres. Prersident Cashier

Mrma Am erien a R I a
Liberty and Main Sts.
A Most Convenient Place for Your Banking

Michigan Jewelry and
1914 Calendar

Souvenirs
Xmas

Pins
Cards

Fobs Spoons
Leather Goods

Tailors

State Street

All garments made in our own
shop.

S tudents'
111 S o. University Ave.

Supply

Phone 1331-J

r It lg

H O ME

O F

art

Schaffner

&

arx

Clothes

I

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

ERE A DOLLAR
S ITS DU'TY.

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LUTZ CLOTHING STORE

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217 S. M

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