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on mackinaws and raincoats
on all odd trousering

on all ove tcoatings in
on all suitings

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prices are strictly cash and
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Cr sm a' No. 1- Kodaks-All prices from $i oo to $65.o00
The Vest Pocket Kodak at $6.00 is the oiie 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.I''
NO. 3 - Photograph Albums- -A new lot at decidedly
lower prices than ever before, 5cc to 3-50.
No. 4-- New Book of 25 views of the University ilk
hand colored at $ i. oo, Sepia at 85c. Pronounced "The
Best FEver. "
No. 5-- Calendars, 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: rioc to
35ceach.
No 6- Christmas Postal Cards with scenes of Anil
Arbor. 12 for 25G.

THREE DAYS
Thursday, Friday. Saturday
Dc. 11, 129 13
Mats. Friday and Satiurday-, 3 P. V.
Tabloid Musical Comedy
with
Eddie DeNoyer
and Rose D antie
and a Company 01 Siiogiog,
Dancing Girls and Boys,
Girls predominaling
Did You ever Get in Wrong'
PRICES
Thirten Bows orchestra- - 50c
Balance Orchestra . - - 35c
Four Bows Balcony - - 35c
Balance Balcony - - 25c
Seats Tuesday, 10 a.,In.

IEVERY BODI
Arnerica's Forei

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New Dress Suits for Rent.
oiAVE(o=ARRIVED
BLACK RUJBBER SOLE

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Ini Htr bte'.t Vi cal t(. )mie('
"When Claudia Sr
By Anna Caldwell (author of"
the Siipper"1 Company includes
Sunshine, Bertha Mann, Fiore
ney, Nellie Fillmore, Chas. Wi
Etc., and
MISS RING'S BROADWAY(4
PRICES
Tbi ri cu Rows Orchestra....
Balance Orchestra ............
Four Rows Balcony...........
Balance Balconv .............
Gallery ............ ........
,Xa,01Orders Now. Srats Fri. a

'ANG/0 PUMPS
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MYP/(S BOOTEIl
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CAMPUS IN BRIEF.
-D~r. Alfred S. Warthin, of the ieii-
cal department, has returned from
Benton Harbor, Michigan, where he
was sent by the state board of health
to investigate the alleged case of lep.-
rosy.
-All-lawv smoker will be held at the
Union February 14, when the entire
law department will get together.
--Pictures of the winning athletic
teams of the 1914 law class will be
published in the Michiganensian. No
arrangement has been made for the
class photograph.

M J SIREMEMBER!
Complete change of Program
every day. Four and live big
special
PHOTOPLAY FEATURES
And don't forget those
Keystone Comedies
Every Day

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NIGHTN Y
After Regular Show
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T7r Sgar owll
/ Confectiomery
/ We have the best assortino:nt of

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All kinxds O o tsic y Ice Lreamf~or n-au-is
T1.y our Fru~it S~xm des after theo Theatre

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AHR9S SHOE STORES
We have just received a shipment of the
original 'tango Pump,° rubber sole and
heel, for Ladies and Gents.::::::
We also" have Rubber Sole
High Shoes in Black and Tanp
for WMen.
AHR' HESOE

oric, who have shown a marked apti- All Seats a 10 Cents
tude, an opportunity to take advancedII
work, L. IL. Bryson, instructor in
rhetoric, has organized a new section
of seven students. The class will meet -Prof. H. C. Sadler, of the miarine(
on Saturday mornings, having two engineering department, is expected to
hour sessions. The full credit for return from his European trip by the
three hours work will' be given to~e .end of next week.
members.
-W. 'B. Tbirall, president of the At- UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
lantic Terra Cotta Company, of New
York city, gave a talk yesterday, be- All music for the Union opera must
fore about 85 students ofI architecture, be in by 7 :00 o'clock Monday evening,
upon the artistic uses of terra cotta. December 15.'
Mr. Thrall's talk was illustrated by There will be a rehearsal of the sec-
pictures of various large buildings, ond act by the cast of the Comedy- club
where terra cotta was used, this morning at 9:15 o'clock at Sarah
Students in marine engineering Ca swell Angell hall.
started work Thursday on the recast----
ing of a current meter. Experiments, MUISIC AND D1RAMA.
to learn the accuracy of the meeter,
were made in the marine tank. "~Whien Claudia Smilles."
-GrTahami Taylor, thme eminent Cicea- Blanche Ring will bring, on Monday
go sociologist, will speak at the Union December 15, her latest musicalocomin
Sunday afternoon, on the regular edy success, "When Claudia Smiles'
weekly program. ,Mr. Taylor is the to the Whitney theatre. The author.
founder of the Chicago Commons. Ann Caldwell, has provided Miss Ring
-Action on the J hop petition will be 1with a congenial role, that permits her
taken by the senate at its meeting to sing five or six characteristir~sofgs.
Monday night, if the matter' meets fa- In the supporting company are such
vor it will be referred to the regents prominent names as Harry Conor and
for action at their meeting next Fri- Marion Sunshine, the latter of whomr
day. Minor committee reports will was seen in "Broadway to. Paris" last
also be read at the senate meeting. year. A chorus of eight beautiful
- VIA: F. WV. Pawlowski, of the me- girls surrounds the star.
chanical engineering faculty, will ad- ____
dress the aeronautics class at 1:00 (Aarriek Theatre.
o'clock this afternoon in room 248 new "A Modern Girl," a new play dealing
engineering building. Everyone inter- with conditions synonymous with its ti-
ested in aviation is invited to attend -te, will be brought to the Garrick the-
the meeting. acre, Detroit, next week. The piece

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Members of "In
Wrong" chorus will
compete in vaude-
ville for a t)flf
cash prize ~LJU
The audience to be the
judge of the winners.
Two 8SwsA , Oe
No Extra Ch;%..rge
George Bischoff
flor"s

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As played for On
Hudson Theatre. I
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MISS MARION
AN )_N B1PR IC I

13 Rows Orchestra
Balance Orchestra
4 Rows Ba'cony
Balance Balcony
Gallery -
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Chjoice cut flowers and plauts

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304 S. State St.

I EAT AT «pOP'S"
I The Place Where Things TPaste Bice Hor
"'~Pop"" Bancroft Cor. Monroe and

leton Shoes for Men

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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.

For, Xms

Novell

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I The Exquisite Corset S1
Bertha Nll c 304 South Main St. :

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IHave you noticed
the distinguished appearance
a perfect fitting

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has just closed an engagement at the
Cort theatre, Chicago, and boasts of
an unusual cast, of which Olive Wynd-
ham is the featured player.
Harvard Seniors Elect Colored (Orator
Harvard's senior class has elected

A. L. Jackson, a negro who has won
the Varsity "H" on the track team, as
class orator. Jackson won, th' honor

from a Hield of six cwil ie th pr n pa s
comnmencement exercise
inlg his way through col

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kind we make.
Our fabrics are the newest.

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Michigan Jewelry and
1914 Calendar

Souvenirs
Xmas

Fins
Cards

Fobs Spoons
Leather Goods

Capitai Stook $50,000.00
Surplus and Pofits $100,000.00
ANN ARBOR, MICH.'
mrloldl Will. J. Booth C Johu Wol,., Jr A
e . Pcesklea t Cashier ;

WAGNE~R & CO.
Tailors State Street
All garments made in our own
Shod.

Liberty and Main Sts.

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