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November 16, 1912 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1912-11-16

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

villa

Overcoats

COMMITTEES
'FOR OPERA ARE
Anog nuner

At Your

Price

11

Ki

unuocli

are showing Six Colors in the Chinchilla coatings-that deep
ue, makes a gentleman's garment and is c~rtilinly making alhit.

Godfrey Streliger,-'13E, is Master
Costumes; Scott Hopkin,
1131E, Is Master of
Properties.

ofI

armth

Without Weight

the trade demands. We have met the demand in our showing at
eprice of ready-to-wear Coat-you can have one tailored to your
:asure and that means comfort.

.Karl Malcolm

Maynard 'and

Liberty

DE RIFRATERNITY J EELERS ..AN]D STATIONERS
J-ewelers, Stationers, jOpticirns and Fraternity Jewelers
207-211 WOODWARD' AVENUE,, DETROIT

BERT ST. JH WILL AGAIN
ACT AS- )IRECTORt OF SAE
G~ordoni Jacques, '13I, is Clhairman of
:Music Committee; Maurice
Toulme Publicity Head
Committees for. the 1913 Michigan
Union opera were announced yester-
day by President Edward G. Kemp.
The following men will have charge
of, this season's production:
Philip Fletcher, '13E, general chair-
man; Bert St. John, state manager;
Homer L. Heath, treasurer; Godfrey
Strelinger, '13E, master of costumes;
Scott Hopkin, '13E, master of prop-
erities.
Assistants to general chairman, Cyril.
Quinn, '14, Robert Brown, '14E, Henry,
Hoch, '14, Robert Wiley, '14E; as-1
sistants to. master of properties, Blake.
Helm, '14L, John Lippincott, ,'14.
Music publishing committee, Gordon
Jacques, 413L, chairman, John Fowler,
'14L, Adna R. Johnson, Jr., '14, Her-
bert Jose, '14E.

Writc Idcas

For

Moving

Pictul

YOU EARN

WRITE PH'OTO ,PLA YA
$25ORMORE

Publicity committee, Maurice Tol-
me, '12-'14L, chairman, H. Beach Car-1
penter, '14, Edward Haislip, '14L. W I
Assistant to treasurer, Kenneth Bax-
ter..
HAMBURGERS ARE FOUND To
BE IMPURE BY PHARMACISTSM
Hamburger steak sold at every mar-
ket in Ann Arbor is impure. More-
over, as far as observations could be
made, not a pure hamburger has been
sold here for three years. Dr. W. S.
Hubbard, secretary of the pharmacy
department made statements to this ef-
fect yesterday. Dr. Hubbard's class In
drug and food analysis is now making
its second analysis of hamburger sold Oeh
at Ann Arbor'markets, and so far re- oehu
sults show no imprivement over "the wiy
experiments of previous years.
Hamburger steaks which ar elngebastia
served at boarding'' houses ands' re- Pilade
taurants and "hamburger joints" are Bernar
declared injurious to the health" by
state law, containing large quantities
of sodium suphites. In Detroit, Grand
Rapids and St. Joseph, and other plac-
e mec a t ha e b e pr ctdfor selling meat of no worse quality
than that which is sold daily in Ann Prices
Arbor stores.M
Dr. Hubbard. says that suphite will _____
permit one gram hamburgers to con -_____
tain 3,000,000 bacteria wthout smell-
ing, three times as many as it couldA
otherwise =contain. The preservative
also gives the meat a red, healthy ap We offer
pearance which will permit it to re- eight sh
main exposed two or three weeks be- is anothe
fore decomposition commences. PERFI
Th
122 S. N
r l ays!
S AND Cral
,EKYF
E.
r ~It is part o
y wear the
your home
ak

)adway
York City

[ajestic Grand' Opera Co.

Bargain in Stationery
r.an unsurpassed value in Fabric Finish K~ riting paper. Forty-
Teets and forty eight -envelopes (two cuts) all for 25c a box. This
.r one of those
ECT REX ALL PRODUCTS see it in- our window
oe RoxaJi Drug S Ntore
E. C. EDSILL, Proprietor
Miain street Prescription Specialists
Iu want your choice o1 English Styles see our
wford &Stelson 'Shoes
rom . $3.50. to $8.00

Mendelssohn's

[JITNEY THEATRE

ndred and ten: People

FullSymphony Orchestra

tm Miles--------------- ------ NME. ESTER ADABERTO
in Burnetti-------.--------MM.imHORTUHsE D'ARBL.AY
Sinagra---------------------------- MISS LEVA VERA
l Feraos--------------------_.MISS'Louise ROGERS
ARTURO Bovi, Conductor.
Sale Thursday, Nov. 14--o A. M.
s 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50, $2.00. Boxes $2.50.
(ail -Orders Fied in Rotation Received.

Saturday, November 16

ELIJAH"
Presented In Eraglish by as All-Star Grand 0Opera Cast

I

We Will1, Show-You How!
!If you have ideas-if you can THINK--we will show you the
°secrets of thisflascinating new profession:. Positiv el'y no experien~ce .
or literary excellence necessary. No " flowery language" is wanted,
The demand for photoplays is practically unlimited. The big
film, manufactuters' are~ moving A fheaventoand _earth"' in their at-
tempts to get enough gcod plots to supply the ever increasing de-
mand. :They are offering $ioo and more, .for. single scenarios, or
written ideas,~
Nearlyal he ,big film companies, the buyers of photoplays,
are located in orf near. NEW .YORK CITY. Being right on the spot
and knowing at all times just what sort of plots are wat ecd by the
prod ucers, our SALES DEPARTMENT has a tremendous advant-
age over agencies situated in distant cities,
We have received many letters from the big film manufactur-
e rs, such as, Vitagraphi, Edison. Essanay, Lubin, Solax, Imp, Re-
liance. Champion, Comet, Melies, Etc.,. urging us tol send photo-
plays to them. We want. more writers and we'll gladly teach you
the secrets of. success.
We are selling pliotoplays Written by people
who ",never before wrote a line of publication,"
Perhaps we can. do the same for you. If you can think of only
one good idea each week, and will write it out as directed by us,
and it sells for only $25,~a low figure,
You Will Earn $ 100,: Monthly For Spars Time Work'
FREE Send your name and address at once for free copy of
FREE our illustrated book, "MO VING6 PICTURE PLAYWRITING.",
Don't hesitate. Don't argue. . Write stow and learn just what
this new profession may mean for you. and your.,future.

Complete, line of

Gym

Goods

at

R.

FROST

,302

S. State Street

f my professional service to show women how to correct-
heir corsets. Let .me select and fit, in the seclusion of
.that comfortable, classy, perfect- garmnent-the
S PARE L LA C ORSEHT

' s

F,

e _

j :Avoid the Snows of Winter
and enjoy the land of sunshine and flowers,
stately palms .%and soft tropical breezes.'
Low Round Trip
Winter Tourist Fares
TO POINTS IN
f Alabama, Cuba, Florida, Georgia,- Louisiana,
Mexico, Mississippi, New, Providence, New
-y Mexico, North Carolina, South Carolina, and
via
4NewYorkGentra1 Lines
a ~Michigan Central. R. t
A Tickets on sale daily until April 30, 1913.
Final Return Linxit June 1L,1913.
- Tcktsare as sold to Florida
going one route and returning
°-- another. Li be ralI stop-over
privileges.P
1 For Particulars
AR Consult Agents

~,,

L4TIONAL AUTHORS'

1543, Brc
New

IN S TIUTE

M

ILL HATS

see the seasons correct blocks.
tats in a variety of porportions.

TRADE .MAREI TERW 1900
FRED W. ®ROS, 123 E. Liberty 'St.

YOU'LL FEEL THANKFUL
on Nov. 28th, if you'll let us take your correct
measure for a suit or overcoat to be made to order

As in many shapes:

by Ed. V. Price &

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