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December 18, 1913 - Image 4

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off on

mackinaws and raincoats

)% off on all odd trousering
)% off on all overcoatings in
)'o off on all suitings"

stock

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

apply on-
1.

Christmas Gitis
No. 1- Kodaks--Al 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, beter 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, 5'c' to $3"50.
No. 4- New Book Of 25 views of the Uni versitc in
hand colored at $i.oo, Sepia at 86c. Pronounced "The
Best Ever. "
No. 5- Calendars, for picture ins -rts; 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
3c each.
No' 6- Christmas Postal Cards with scenes of Ann
Arbor. 12 for 25c.
Y xr 4D0

December 18,19,20
Matinee FA,3 P. M.
Return of
The 'sunny Sd
of Broadway
By Max Bloom
30 People 30
In the Merry Farce
Broadway Chorus
Prices: S0c 35e 2 c

Theatre

Thurs.

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Fri. Sat.

THURSDAY DECE
"TANGLED THI
"TIHE ELUSIVE
Laugh and the world la
"THE PRESI-
DENT'S

"FATHER'S

J. KARL MALCOLM
New Dress Suits for Dent.

IEY HAVE RRIVEDf

"AL ON AC-
COUNT OF DA
Daisies wont tell
ORPHEUM ORCHESTRA ALL THE
Your regular pati
age is what we w
All Seats 1
Matinees - 2 and

BLACK RUBBER SOLE

TANGO PUMPS.

.50

m- - - Bostonian Make

SA M PUS
S. State St.

BOOTERY
Opposite taustons'

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The Sugar Bowl
Coftfectionery
We 'have the best assortment of
Choool0..te1 68gd Bon Boris
All kinds of fau.ny Ice Crearms for Parties
Try our Fruit Sundaes after the Theatre

Medn Street

ENGINEER SOCIETY
TO CHANGE POLICY
Steps were taken towards a radical
change in the management and policy
of the Engineering society, at a meet-
ing of that organization last evening,
when the report of the board of direct-
ors. advocating reorganization of the
society and the Technic were accepted.
The plan of the directors proposes
a formation of a separate society for
each of the different departments of
engineering. These societies taken to-
gether will form the Engineering soci-
ety. Each departmental organization
will ¥elect a vice-president to form a
committee, the chairman of which will
act as president of the society.
A plan was proposed to put the
Technic under faculty control. Four
faculty members, the president of the
Engineering society, and the business
manager and managing editor, will
form the Technic board. The staff of
the Technic is to be chosen on a com-
petitive basis, and the manager and ed-
itor will receive a proportion of the
proceeds. The publication will appear
quarterly, and proposes to keep in
closer touch with the alumni and the
research department.
Other items in the report urged fac-
ulty cooperation in the establishment
of an employment bureau, and advo-
cated a series of lectures under the
auspices of the society. A request will
be made for permission for the Engi-
neering society to take charge of the
annual engineering exhibits.
Many of the articles require the
sanction of the standing faculty com-
mittee,and constitutional amendments,
before becoming effective.
CASES X(4AINST SALOONISTS
POSTPONED TO MARCH TERWI
Upon request of J. P. Kirk, attorney
for the defense, the cases against
Gecrge Schaible and L. J. Damm,
the saloonists charged with selling liq-
uor to students on November 21, were
continued over in the circuit court
yesterday morning until the March,

NOTHING DONE ON
GOVERNMENT PLAN
Nothing definite was accomplished
in the joint session of the women's
committee on self-government and the
vice presidents of the classes.
The first week following vacation,
a meeting will be called, and the wom-
en will vote according to classes. The
committee on self-government , will
conduct this mass meeting and pre-
sent the plans already outlined.
During the holidays, the committee
will work with Mrs. F. N. Scott in
formulating a set of rules to be sub-
mitted to the various women's house
clubs, as a standard system of regula-
tions. They may be adopted at discre-
tion.
RULES PASSED FOR GUARDING
STUDENT HELP.
(Continued from page 1.)
the different houses are satisfactory. In
two cases only, the kitchens appeared
slightly questionable. Dr. William
D. Moriarty, of the engineering de-
partment, who is the only faculty
member on the committee declared at
the meeting that more than 2,000 stu-
dents are getting better board in Ann,
Arbor than at their own homes.
Plans for the establishment of a fac-
tory in this city to furnish employment
to students, offered by several con-
cerns in Toledo and Detroit, were con-
sidered. Three of the offers were re-
garded by the body as feasible, though
certain terms appear unsatisfactory.
The committee decided to correspond
soon with the companies; and empha-
sis will be laid upon the flexibility of
wcrkin; hours, the constant market
of the goods manufactured and the
constant employment of student work-
ers Cooperation with the Ann Arbor
civic association will be sought by the
committee in this enterprise.
The committee also decided to issue
cards of "Dont's" to the working stu-
dents, to suggest that the expenses for
providing and laundering coats and

Matiees--Adults>25Q

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Gorge Bischoff G A RR I C T 1 E A T
Detroit, Michigan
Sam s. and Lee Shubert, Inc., presec
FloristTH4EPLAY OF NOW
220 Chapin Sreet Phone 809-L A MODERN G1l
Choie cu flwersandplans.y RUTH C. MITCHELL with
Choice cut flowers and plants. Olive Wyn ham, Jos. Kilgour, Chas. A. Stevens
EAT AT "POP'S"
The Place Where Things Taste Like Home
'Pop" Bancroft Cor. Monroe and Thayer
]For Xmae..s Novelties
VISIT
The Exquisite Corset Shop
Bertha Noll :: 304 South Main st. :: Marie Walker

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Kids lie

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(AHR'S SHOE STORES
We have just received a shipment of the
original Tango Pump, rubber sole and
heel, for Ladies and Cents. :
We also have Rubber Sole
High Shoes in Black and Tan
for Men.
VAHR9S
8 S. Main St. 304 S. State St.
Nettleton Shoes for Men

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the proprietors, and to set the average
value of student work at 20 cents per
hour for steady work and 25 cents per
hour for odd jobs.
PEACE CONTEST SCHEDULED TO
OCCUR TONIGHT
(Continued from page 1.)
tho university.
Peace oratorical contests are pro-
moted by the American Peace Society,
the president of which is Senator Bur-
ton of Ohio. Contests are held in 30
states, each college sending one ora-
tor to the state contest, each state one
orator to the inter-state contest which
takes place between groups of six
states, and each of the five groups of
states sending one representative to
the national contest at Lake Mohonk,
N. Y.
Michigan has won two of the three
national contests in which she has
been represented.
Although no testimonial is given for
tonight's contest, first honor prizes of
$75.00, $100.00, and $125.00, are award-
ed for the respective state, inter-state
and national contests, and prizes o1
$50.00, $50.00, and $75 are given for
second honors in the contests. An ef-

MICHIGAN MEN LEAD IN FIELD
OF PHARMACY..
(Continued from page 1.)
pil, Julius Otto Schlotterbeck, '87P
Prof. Alviso B. Stevens, '75P, is acting
dean at the present time during a two-
years' leave of absence granted to
Dean Schlotterbeck, who is doing re-
search work for the J. Hungerford
Smith food products company of Roch-
ester, N. Y.
The rise of pharmaceutical journal-
ism, the organization of large mann-
factur ng chemical houses, and the in-
stituting of schools of pharmacy in
all parts of the country, has made a
large demand for the pharmacist with
a broad technical training, a need
which the Michigan school saw from
the first and not only met, but antici-
pated.
Figures covering the past ten grad-
uating classes show that 23 Michigar
men are teachinh in other schools o
pharmacy, 16 are chemists in. manu
acturing houses, eig-ht are manufac
'urng rharrracists. eiaht are chem
sts in stae !aboratories, seven are in-
dustrial chemists, fir e are chemists in
;ov1rnment laboratories, two ar;
city chemists, two chomists are in
experimen staions, and t"o
are in pharm:ace utical journalismn
The remaining 108 are retail pharma.
cists.
See windows of iklcir Jewelry (o
for Xmas presents. 336 S. State.

lir 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.

Have you noticed
the distinguished appearance
a perfect fitting

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aprons be shared by the students and fort is being made to secure a testi-
monial for the university final next
term. When the case was called, At- year.
torney Kirk addressed the court, stat- The state contest will be held at
ing that he had just returned from Olivet college on March 28. Admission
California, and had not had time to to the contest tonight will be by Ora-
familiarize himself with the defense torical association course tickets, or
sufficiently to go on trial. single admission of 25 cents.

Dress Suit

Martin

Haler

X*M AS

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

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IE STATE SAVINGS BANK
Surplus and Profits, $100,000.00
Dapital Stock $50,000,000
ANN ARBOR, MICH..
nold Wm. J. Booth C John Wul2 Jr,
cs. President Cashier

Liberty and Mliu Streets
A most convenient place for your
banking.

Michigan Jewelry and Souvenirs Pins
1914 Calendar Xmas Cards

WAGNER & CO.
Tailors State Street
All garments made in our own
shop.

Fobs Spoons
Leather Goods

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TUDENTS SUPSTORE
Special for Xmas-lorse's, Gilbert's and Allegretti Candies.
1 1 1 1 so. University Ave. Phone 1331-J

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

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