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anD Sale

off on

mackinaws and raincoats

off on all odd trousering
off on all overcoatings in

stock

1

0° off on

all suitings

6 First Ch ce
Christmas Gifts
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 University in
hand colored at $z.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 camptis
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. ioc to
35c each.
No 6 Christmas Postal Cards with scees of Ann
Arbor. 12 for 25c.
LYNDON

Thurs.

Fri.

Whitney
Theatre

Sat.

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

apply on-
11.

December18,192
Matinee 3 P. M
Return of
The Sunny Side
of Broadway
By Max Bloom
30 ]People 0
In the Merry Farce
Broadway Chorus
Prices: Sac 35c 25c
Matinees-Adults 25c Kids Ise

RETURN ENGAGEMENT
SAME PERFECT CAST
THE AMEIE~'CAN /",LA f
( ARA~N ,S_°WYA' ?ANAC.:NG
- PRCSEA'T-
A /1EA L t1EL 00RAA
STORY FUL L OF
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BY [3

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J.

KARL

MALCOLM

New Dress Suits for Rent.

lEY HAVE ARRIVED
- I , .

NIGHT
S 1 3 Rows Orchestra - $1 .;
Balance Orchestra 1.t
4 Rows Balcony - -
Balance Balcony - -
MATINEE
13 Rows Orchestra N
Balance Orchestra - .;
Entire Balcony - - - .
Mail Orders Now

BLACK RUBBER SOLE

TANGO PUMPS

.50

- Bostonian Make

AMPUS BOOTERY

State St.

Opposite Hustons'

The Sugar Bowl
Confectionery
We have the best assortment of
Chocois..tes end BodBortns
All kinads of faicy Il Crearms for Parties
Try our Fruit Sundaes after the Theatre

Madn Street

1914 YEAR BOOK CONTRACTS
ARE RAPIDLY BEING SIGNED
Contracts for space in the Michigan-
ensian which were sent out on De-
cember 3 to campus societies and to
class presidents as representatives of'
the classes, have, as a whole, receiv-
ed prompt attention. A few, however,
are yet outstanding, and these must be
returned by December 17, the final
date set for the acceptance of con-
tracts.
Pictures for the University Section
are now in the hands of the Bureau
of Engraving, Minneapolis, Minn., and
photographs of the new fraternity
houses were sent to the engravers last
Saturday.
Cosmopolitan Banquet Tickets on Sale
Tickets for the eighth anniversary
banquet of the Cosmopolitan club will
be on sale today. The affair will be.
held on Tuesday evening, January 13,
at the Hotel Allenel. President-emer-
itus James B. Angell, Pres. Harry B.
Hutchins, Mr. George Nasnyth, former
president of the International Feder-
ation of Students and about 15 com-
mercial secretaries of the different!
cities in Michigan, will be theguests
of honor. Tickets selling at $1.00
can be obtained from William James,
'15D, Fred Foulk, '13-'15L, Arnold
Busseher, '15D, and Jabin Hsu, '14.
New Drama Class to Meet Next Month
A drama study class, organized .to
study therbest modern dramas, will
hold its first meeting on January 13.
The class, which is an auxiliary of the
Drama League, will follow this session
with three meetings devoted to the
study of American modern drama and
the last four, concluding in April, to
the English Dramas.
Thumb Club Will Hold Holiday Dance
The "Thumb" club, which was form-
ed to boost the University of Michigan
in the thumb district of Michigan, held
a meeting at the Union last night and
arranged for a dance to be held at
Port Huron during the holidays. A
committee was appointed to draw up
a constitution.

s

CAMPUS IN BRIEF.

-P. E. Bursley, instructor in French,
will give the second lecture on the
Cercle Francais course, on January 13,
on "A Trip in India." The talk will
be illustrated with steroptican pic-
tures, reproduced from photograps
taken by Mr. Bursley while in India in
1907.
-Dr. Newell Dwight Hillis, pastor of
Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, who will
speak in University Hall, January 9,
under the auspices of the Oratorical
association, has announced that his
subject will be "The America of Today
and Tomorrow."
Campus Newswriters Dance Tonight
The Cub's club of The Michigan Dai-
ly will be host at a dance at the coun-
try club tonight. Mr. Otto Hans and
Mrs. Hans and George W. Dowrie and
Mrs. Dowrie will chaperone the party.C
A special car will carry the dancers
to and from the festivities.u
Former Daily Man to Speak to Class
Lee White, '10, managing editor of
The Michigan Daily for 1910-1911, will
iaddress Professor Scott's class in
'journalism at 9:00 o'clock this morn-
ing. Mr. White, who is now connect-
ed with the Detroit News, will speak
on the aims of the newspaper.
Five Men Are Elected to Quarterdeck
Quarterdeck, the honorary society
of the marine engineering department,
has elected the following men to mem-
bership: A. A. Ruthstrom, '13E, L. E.
Cattell, '15E, C. E. Wilsberg, '15E, C.
D. Mears, '15E, and F. M. Powell, '14E.
1914 J-HOP IS FORBIDDEN BY SEN-
ATE'S VOTE.
(Continued from page 1.)
lit class will probably attempt to fill
the void left by the removal of the
' Flp. It inteds changing the time fox
the Junior Jamboree so as to come be-
tween semesters. This party will
probably be formal, and there may be
added features, but no attempt will be
made to make it a Junior Hop in dis-
guise.
FORESTRY HAS BROUGHT FAME
FOR MICHIGAN.

ER OF THE

h e a ie ,,
helatr e
The Favorite "Mov-
ie" Playhouse
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 17th
R EEL K ALEM
FEATVRE
"A ,D A'UG "'HT-'

UNDER-

Whitney
T he a t r e
ONE NIGHT Dec 16
TUESDAY, e
C. 6 PRIMROSE
OFFERS
THE G-REAT
NEW YORK
SPENDTHRIFT"
By PORTER EMERSON BROWNE
As played for One Year at the
Hudson Theatre. New Ycrk City
MISS MARION SHERWOOD
AND AN rxcELIENT CAST
PRICES

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

WORLD"

13 Bows orchestra
Balance Orchestra
4 Rows Ba'cony
Balance Balcony
Gallery
Seats Satu

ADMISSION - 1Oc

urday 1(

P

Georgje

Bischoff

U A R R I C K T H E
Detroit, Michigan
Sara S, and Lee Shiihert, lie.,

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

Floris

Phone 809-L
p1lants.

220 Chapin Street
Choice cut flowers andt

A MODI
By RUTH C.
Olive Wyndham, J.1.I

VAHR'S SHOE STORES
.8 s. Main St. 304 S. State St.
Nettleton Shoes for Men

EAT AT "POP'S"
The Place Where Things Taste Like Home
"Pop" Bancroft . Cor. Monroe and '.

ammw

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 xmusos Novelties
VISIT
The Exuisite Corset S ho

Bertha Noll

:: 304 South Main St. :: Mar

Have you noticcd
the distinguished appearance
a perfect fitting

1

(Continued from page 1.)
kips, '09, is secretary and treasurer of
the Fisher & Bryant Company, con-
sulting foresters, of Boston, Mass.
Whiting Alden, ", holds the position

I.I
of forest assistant to the Canadian Pa- at Washington, D. C., C. W. G
cific railroad, and J. R. Dickinson, '08,, is statistician in the Products
is a forest inspector in the Canadian E. H. Frothingham, '06, is a f
Forest Service. aminer in Silvics work, and
In the United States Forest Service Koehler, '11, is xylotomist.

11

Dress Suit

Martin

Haller

XM AS

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

1E STATEAVINGS BANK
Surplus and Profits, $100,000.00
Capital Stock $0,000,000
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
rnold wi. J. Booth C John Wolz Jr,
pres. Irtsidt~Lt U;ljr

Liberty and Main Streets
A most conven.ifent place for your
banking.

Michigan Jewelry and Souvenirs
1914 Calendar Xmas

Pins
Cards

Fobs Spoons
Leather Goods

Tailors

StateStreet

All garments made in our own
shop.

S TU DE NT S' S U PPL Y
Special for Xmas-lorse's, Gilbert's and Allegretti
1 1 1 So. University Ave.

SOW TW 0 1
Candies.
Phone 1

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HOME

OF

WHERE A DOLLAR
ROES ITS DUTY.

Schaffiner

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rx

Cloth es

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

LUTZ CLOTHING STORE

217 S.!

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