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1Shoes

Latest English Lasts

Indian Moccasins
:More Comfortable than dlippers

6First Choi1ce
Christmas u~rts
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.
N0. 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 86c. Pronounced "The
Best Ever."
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. Ioc to
35c each.
No* 6- Christmas Postal Cards with scenes of Ann
Arbor. 12 for 25C.
L quYNDON

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Wed V( 17MATINEE
RETURN ENGAGEMENT WITH THE
SAME PERFECT CAST AS BEFORE
THE A / 7'E RC4N #'L A YC t/~V
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STORY FUL L OF
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108 S. MAIN STREET
ANN ARBOR

T heatr e
Th1,ur8. Fri. Sat.
Deember 18, 19, 20
Matine RT 3 P. M.
Retir n of
T he Sunny Side
ofBroadway
By Max Bloom
39 People 30
In the M-erry Farce
Bradway Chorus
Prie 50c 35c 25c
Nla',Une~ s-Adualts 25c Kids 15c

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ON ALL MILLINERY
eavers Excepted, at-I
ty East DANA RICHARDSON
,OUR LUNCHEON MENU
is 'a delight to
Fastidious Folks
Lt'T' $ rTEverything is so cor-
A r't L Cand Z m51 P Vic

NIGHT
13 Rows Orchestra - -
Balance Orchestra
4 Rows Balcony -
Balance Balcony - -
MATINEE
13 Rows Orchestra --
Balance Orchestra-
Entire Balcony - -
Mail Orders Now

$ 1.50
1.00
.75
.50
$1.00
.75
.50

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it our parlors when
down town.

TA MAIN STREET

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-ee Roasters and
Wholesale Grocers

CAMPUS IN BRIEF.
-:A reception, in the form of "Get a
Receipt" party, will be held by the
senior law class, in room C, of the
law building, from 2:00 to 4:30 o'clock
today. Each member is expected to
bring $1.00.
--FewNer applicaitionis for. excuses to
the attendance committee in the law
department have been made this year
than ever before. In speaking of the
matter, Prof. E. C. Goddard said; "The
majority of the excuses awarded were
based on the arguments that the ex-
cused were self supporting students,
and needed the few extra days before
Christmas ini which to earn money."
--Those who wish to read up on the
play, "Joan of Arc," to be presented
by the women's league in the spring,
will find a list of reference books in
the introduction to Professor Florer's
edition of Schiller's "Jungfrau von
Orleans."
-Smokes, refresbments, and music
will be provided on the special car of
the Illinois club. All Illinois students
are invited to go home on the special,
which will leave the Michigan Central
station at 1:19 o'clock Friday after-

GARRICK THIEATRE
Detroit, Michigan
Sain S. and Lee Shubert, Inc., present
THE PLAY OF NOW
A MODECRN +GIKL
By RUTH C. MITCHELL with
Olive Wyndham, Jos. Kilgour, Chas. A. Stevenson.
"The Evil Eye"
A Two Reel Feature
"Pathe weekly"
"Mutt and Jeff"
"The New School Marm of
Green River"
ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA ALWAYS
This show will give
more pleasurq than the
dime it costs.
All Seats 10c
Matinees - 2 and 3:3+0

The lplE ffa fapBo

in & Co., Ltd., 214 '. Main St.
Guy L, Wool folk
w exhibiting a full line of Imported and
istic Novelties suitable for Christmas Gifts
the shop of A. Starr Best.
"b it S hop at 326 S. State Street

O ur cloth, 11 book4,s with a felt M have
grown famous among ti-he students. 'This is
not the cheap kind w ithiithle 11 stamped on the
cover. Get one at lioppe's and be in linie with
the rest of the students.

mlmwmmm

hi

LET THE

R ESH MAN

Press Your Clothes

noon.
-The Food number of the Gargoyle
will be put on sale at all newsstands
and bookstores today. The issue has
been increased to 20 reading pages
and the price has been raised to 15
cents.
-Lee Whlie, '10, managing editor of
The Michigan Daily in 1910-1911, ad-
dressed Professor Scott's class in
journalism yesterday morning, on the
subject of "Jolts." Mr. White will
speak before the class again at 9:00
o'clock Thursday, when his subject
will be, "Can a Newspaper Man Also
Be a Gentleman ?"
----udge Victor 1H. Lane, of the law de.
partment, will speak at the Tau Beta
Pi dinner at the Union at 6 :00 o'clock
tonight. R. A. Hill, '14E, will talk on
"The Old Spanish Canal system, and
Its Development at El Paso, Texas.'
W. Cook, '14E, will act as toastmaster.
-L1. Baler, assistant in marine en-
gineering, will lecture on "Analysis of
Experimental Tank Data" at 11:00
o'clock Thursday in room 336, new en-
gineering building.
-Mail orders for tile Helen Keller lec-
ture on January 15 will be filled from
now on. Tickets, selling at 50 cents
and 75 cents can be obtained at Waher's
State street book store.

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Beinn ing Dlec.8th
SUITS 25e TROUSERS l0c

-Menmber's of the team to attend the
match conducted by the Western In-
tercollegiate Chess association in Chi-
cago, January 1, 2, and 3, will be se-
lected at the meeting of the Chess and
Checkers club at the Union at 7:30
o'clock tonight.
---The Canadian club will hold ai pre-
Christmas gathering at Professor W.
0. Smeaton's 'residence, 605 Oxford
Road, at 7:30 o'clock tonight.
- l)eleirates to the .Kansais City con-
vention of the Student Volunteer
movement will meet in Newberry hal
at 5:00 o'clock today to discuss final
arrangements for the trip.
-Prof. David Friday, of the econom-
ics department, will address the men's
section of the Deutscher Verein at its
meeting at 8:00 o'clock tonight, on,
"The Economic Conditions in Germany
Today."

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V ITS'. Fil VniL oUra

Ouatroelins nluxde lthe hieznst qUality Of
:standard arlx°eldes 's vept. at
left of Main Entrance.

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Prof. Scott, ofific~ilInntrucrF rieSaeNormal and Cleary Col-
leges, with his staff 0f ;ady a ssisstants wil instruct all classes in
proper dancing. 1P rvate e:, ^ :: ?by aapintment.1Phone 1185®-J,

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C. I . KIDO, '17 Lit.

VISIT9

Novelte

1112 S. University Ave.

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We have our large line of
STRICTLY FRESHM
Box Candy for Xmrals
including such famous Brands as
Oelie 1'eid Sweets e%,'td
As Dainty Christmnn.s Gifts we also suggest

Have you noticed
the distinguished appearance
a perfect fitting

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OF INTEREST TO WOMEN.
(Edited by Stylus.)

Dress Suit

gives one ? This is the only
kind we make.
Our fabrics are the newest.
WAGNBR & CO.
Tailors State Street

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About 50 university women consult-
ed with Miss Helen Bennett,: during
her stay here in Ann Arbor, with ref-
erence to vocations which they hope
to enter. Miss Bennett is manager of
the Collegiate Occupational Bureau of
Chicago, which has for. its object the
finding of vocations other than teach-
ing and social service for women of
college training. Similar bureaus have
been organized in New York, Boston,
and Philadelphia.
The greatest fault in the average
college girl, is the lack of ability to
grasp detail," said Miss Bennett. "De-

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Bertha Nell 30 ouhMan t : araie Walker
Amerca's TMist Artistic Trii, ick ad.Fancy .I ol11er Skaters.
In Old Armory Next to Waitingr, ocmn-, An1n Arbur.

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Nightly.
Admission 10c

All garments
shop.

made in our own

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Fine Stationery
eithier Goods

Perfumes
Toilet Articles

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shIe has had training in oespca
institution. We hope very so on, to
able to coopecrate wthtuivrities
in helping wom.-en to elct th.L.e collg
coures hichwil bes fi fo

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