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November 27, 1912 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1912-11-27

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY
___I DIXIE STUDENTS WILL HOLD)IWA

CET AC'QUAINT'E PARTY SOON I

English -Flat

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$4.00 and $5.00

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WAIN E R & CO.
State Street
Sigp of the.Big White Shoe

The first party of the Dixie Club will
be held at Packard" Academy Friday
evening beginning at 8:30. All south-
erners, whether members of the club
or not, are urged to attend as the par-
ty is, to serve as a "get-acquainted"
start for the succeeding affairs. Spe-
cial features, introducing old southu-
ern dances are to be unfolded during
the evening and a number of old plan-
tation tunes will form a_ part .of the
music.
Dean and Mrs.. Effinger with, Prof.
and Mrs. Bonner are to act as chap-
erones. The tickets went on sale yes-
terday.,
Whitiley
ONE NIGHT
SATURDAY, Nov. 30th
Messrs Manley & Campbell
Present
Mr, Geo, 6G Wakefield
AS
IN
Abg revival of Goethe's greatest tragedy
Positively the largest; grandest, I
crmost compl(te produltiin of
Faust before the public Today!
Prices, 25, 50,9 75, 1.0

Wanted-Four .ai i ", idents who
desire pleasair i~~ wve work
after school in spare
man, 22 Row PeWtroit.
48-49
IWanted-Active i 1 accident
and health insurance. Unlimited
policies. Liberal commissions. Ad-
dress Pacific Mutual Life lips. Co.,
612 Hodges Bldge, Detroit, Mich.
48-50

WHITNEY

DAVIS & KONOLDS The Home Of
GILB6 E.RTS
e Front Store Cer. State &° Packard Sts

W iDNSD

--5- N V---. 27. _.

LOST
tost--A pair of glasses in Huston
Bros. store. Finder please return
to Huston Bros.. 48-50
Lost-Waterman Fountain 'Pen. 1027
P. Univ. Call 411. Between Chii
Omega House and Huron St. 49
most--Moore's Non-Leakable Fountain
Pen. Probably at Majestic Satur-
day night. Finder please return~to
Daily office. 49
Bring in your dull razor blades to be
sharpened. Satisfaction guaranteed.
H1. L. Switzer Co., 310 State St. tf
The best shoe shine next to "Wag-
ner 's. eod tf
We are never undersold. Goodyear
Drug, Store. 2 tf
Football.
The Ann Arbor city team will play
against Adrian college on Thanksgiv-
ing day at 2:30. Fair ground. Ad-
mission 25 cents. 49-50
Thanksgiving Evs e Party at Grait-
ger-'s tonight. 49
Womien Hold Thanksgiving Meeting..
One of the most interesting Meet-
ings of the year was held at Newberry
hail yesterday afternoon. The. dis-
cussion centered around Thanksgiv-
ing topics, and many of the women
entered into it enthusiastically. Af-
ter the discussion section, the time
remaining was given over to a general
reception.
.s

Alter 610 times in Chicago
J. IM. WELCH, Mg Ar. Prey, *nts
Thos.
creator eN l"The For;-- tuuaeHuer- s " aaI Ceticccra in
"The 0nily Sixx"
by Winchell Smith-, Au~xthor of"]e' xF I,;raHater" Anxd "Brewster's
Millions"

THEATREJC

ORIGINAL Chiago Cast and Production

"No Graduate orUndrgaaa aate sho ld AmissToma W. Ross
in his new play 'Thc Only Son'-Princ:;l:st princetonian.

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Prices33-504-i.0-l.50

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Seat sale

Mondy, ,l- ,

Noveb er

25-1 P.M.

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"WHIT NF

THEATRE11

oyal,

Tailors

Mar e ndNgtNoebr2

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ILAN ID

SAV i~Offers

SPECIAL$2.50 SPECIAL
For 10 days only we offer on~e big lot of suitings that always sell for
$25. and over at this special price." We do this to acquaint you with the
Royal line Every suit made strictly to measure in any style you wish
BooDtery

TIW IWER Wf2I~COf1E

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p RI CE O PLE
.hook by F n . u)u;1a_

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ALLMAND &3VA RSYTVHE oprletors
Tyq our work. One pair trouser,
1n;ssedi free to any-one bringing
- ,~ this ad with them.,
x"T O w . r .<M Ti Maynard f.
~J t I. ~ sh ~paMr
rA

If you are going honkc for
TH'ANKGSGINING
take a nice
tAR VING 'STET
Home to father, it may have a good effe et and swell your allowance

Prices, Mt c uny, 1-11"Loer Floor $1
Night, Bh°(JhLO oe oor $1 l.50

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CALL AND SEE OUR LINE
Mueblig & Schmeit

Seat Sal-Ii~y o~b~ t3-Oam

Copyright Hart chaffuier & Marx

205 S. Main

Late new ideas

___ QYUE
COMlG

In

ov,'-oats; -ut;smart styles

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' pecially designed
x ou gmen; made
be possibl man

for
In
lner

Whitney

Theatre.

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Thaksing, I ne dNight

Hart fchaffuer &Marx
an 1od in 4he lowest
i e way, at the low-
est possible prices here
You °cant do' better. in overcoats
than these; there are no better.
Overcoats $16.50 and up. Suits $18
and up.
See our shirt window
The Lutz Clothing Store
217 South Main Street

Monday Evening, December
Chauncey

2

IN A NEW PLAY BY RIDA JOHNSON YOUNG
THE IL 0'DREAMS

One Hour Showg ,,for

F _a wys

50

Direction of HENRY MILLER

FELLOWSHIP 4iIV N A 0, '4.c.I or this fellowship,
U x-T~ h m 1t(: in the hands of the~
Applications fV :rhi~-iw 4, ht~nno Y committee by the first
Are )aled ~r t .~nu~ "y mit be stated as clearly
The cmitoj ii I 'csi ble;n must contain in par-
Sarah Berline ~FIo~~ u~W~ U~:t tiflnia~ls as to the value
en again is off i r~~ r
shipforstuy r~ux- ~ ~ '\rk ir~~dydone, copies of pub-
sh pifo studyntrbtons, or other accounts
ics, chemistry u w.y i 'te neigtnsaraycredo;
America or Eu~ , T sialreadycarried our
open only to omn , c;iig '.liceo~toroughly good health;
gree of doctor hl~~ho hS .d d-tIle;Mans for the proposed
similarly equi=,.ed fr. ~' iboffJ ot h elwhp
ther research ;di 'ii; w~
onlhy thairman of the committee is
disincionin h~ssubc' o lobI M,~.(ThistnQLadd Franklin, . 527
~ they are devo e, ?-jh'zia Prway, New York.

Mr. Olcott sings tour new songs

Seat sale Friday, November 29--10 a.m.

This store is the home of
Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes

Prices :

50o, 75c, $1.09 $1.50

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