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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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rcoats,those club checks
ight, others will show
the spring.
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his season, why not B
ear man? Malcolm yo
very large range of !
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buys a suit you will B
. Speaking of style, and
ality reminds you at
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FRATERNITY JEWELERS AND STATIONERS
Jewelers, Stationers, Opticirns and Fraternity Jewelers
207-211 M OODWARD AVENUE, DETROIT

Whitney

Theatre

Hear Loud Talk

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Monday Evening, December 2
Chauncey
O .1co.tt
IN / NEW PLAY BY RIDA JOHNSON YOUNG
Tl{E ISLE O'DREAMS

New Whitney Theatre

ONE NIGHT
Saturday, Nov. 30th
Messrs. Manley & Campbell
PRESENT
MR. GEO. . WAKEFIELD

Tuesday &Wednesday
DECEMBER 3 & 4
The Last Word in
Motion Pictures

Direction of HENRY MILLER

E. LIBERTY

Mr. Olcott sings tour new songs

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THURSDAY. 5th

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Seat sale Friday, November 29--l0 a.m.

A phisto

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Paul JI

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Prices:

WLAND & CLIFFORD
PRESENT
Gripping Play of Today
T HE

A big revival of Goethe's great-
est tragedy
F ust
Positively the largest, grandest
most complete production of
Faust before the Public Today!
Prices, 25, 50, 75, 1.00

50c, 76e $1.00, $1.50

AFRICAN HUNT
Interesting, Educational,
Thrilling

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THE REXALL POLICY

Stands for four things:- 1. fonesty of Purpose 2. Skill in Manufactu-
re 3. Purity of Drugs 4. Satisfaction to the User.

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If a Rexall Remedy does not give satisfaction
every cent paid for it will be promptly refunded

U'
A UESTION
[ANTHONY MeGUIRE

Prices,

25-35-50-75

The Rexail Drug Store
W. C. EDS ILL, Proprietor
122 S. Main Street Prescription Specialists

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7 TIMES IN CHICAGO
ould see this play
ight of Columbus should witness this performance
z5-50-75-1.00-Box 1.50

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Fischer Party to Be Held Next Week
The second Fischer party of the sea-
son will be held at Granger's Friday
evening, Dec. 6. The dance will be
informal.
CONFERENCE QUESTION WILL
BE DISCUSSED BY A1LP4 NZ1V
The much discussed Conference
question will have the attention of Al-
pha Nu at its meeting tonight. The
question will be debated by E. M. Wis-
dom and J. Levine for the affirmative
and L. W. Rabe and R. S. Rankin for
cte negative. Following tie debauI
the question will be thrown open to
general discussion. The meeting will
begin at 8:00 o'clock.
ALL-WEST. TEAM

ay, December

3-40 A.M.

MOVEMENT STARTED TO HELP
NEEDY WOMEN IN COLLEGES.

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Whether your am-
bition rides an ox or
an aeroplane-don't
drive too hard.
Learn the joy and
renewed zest that
comes from relaxation
in a pipe of good to-
bacco.
COO

PICKED BY YOST:
Coach Yost has selected an all-west-
ern team. In a recent dispat h from,
his home in Tennessee, he apportion-
ed six places to members of this year's
Varsity. The rest of the selections
were based on work in the Chicago-
Minnesota contest, which the Coach
saw, and on the general record of
the other western schools.
The team follows:-
Left End.........Torbet, Michigan
Left Tackle....Butler, Wisconsin
Left Guard ........ Quinn, Michigan
Center .......... Paterson, Michigan
Right Guard ...... McCurdy, M. A. C.
Right Tackle..... Pontius, Michigan
Right End ...... Veruwink, Chicago
Quarter .......... Gillette, Wisconsin
Left Half .......... Craig, Michigan
Right Half .... McAmmon, Minnesota
Full Back ...... Thomson, Michigan
Majes tic

Widespread interest is being dis-
played all over the country in the
matter of aiding women who are wil-
ling to help themselves in obtaining
a higher education. Scholarships and
fellowships are appearing in increas-
ing numbers, and each year the num-
ber of women availing themselves of
the opportunities, increases by at
least 33 per cent. In Chicago, the re-
,ently formed association for the aid
of needy college women has been or-
ganized on a purely business and sys-
tematic basis, and expects to aid at
least 200 women within the next year.
Not only is aid extended to under-
graduate women. A new fellowship,
called the "Sarah Belinger Research
Fellowship," with an income of $1,000
a year, has been established. The pur-
pose is to promote research in phys-
ics, chemistry or biology-.
PROFESSOR AWAITS HEARING
FOLLOWING PERJURY CHARGE
Interest in the football situation and
the student rioters has taken a back
seat at Champaign since Prof. L. D.
Fall, of the University of Illinois, has
been arrested on an indictment charg-
ing perjury in connection with an hi-
quiry into voting by students at the
last election. Prof. Hall is accused of
committing perjury in swearing false-
ly to the eligibility of certain students
to vote on the saloon question.
Prof. Hall is not letting the indict-
ment worry him in the least. "The
'wet' element of Champaign," said he,
"is trying to deprive the students of
their right to vote and everybody in
Champaign and Urbana knows of the
situation. I have not seen the true
bill and don't know, except in a gener-
al way, exactly of what I stand accus-
ed."

Complete line ofGym

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Ra.

302

S. State, Street

If you want your choice of English Styles see our
Crawford & Stelsons Shoes
From $3.50 to $80

It Sells Itself
Once people wear World's Star Hosiery or Underwear they are sure to re-order
for there is Complete Satisfaction to the Wearer.
Gertrude L. Rudd Groves Bdg., cor. State and Liberty. Entrance on Lib.
T OUerty, UpStairs, RoomD1. QPUONE391
THE HOUSE OF STANDARD QUALITY

Goods at

FROST

Designers of Men's Clothes

2- ounce fU
loc,

HENRY & CO.

711 N. University

Many of our aspira-
tions turn to bitterness
in the moment of their
realization.
But, up or down the
ladder,Velvet is a con-
stant delight-always
temptingly rich-ever
smoothand satisfying.
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Typewriter Reperfring Phone 1361-L
I will meet or beat any price made on a typewriter, sale or rental.
D. F. WOODWARD
Ann Arbor Savings Bank Bldg. Second Floor Ann Arbor, Mich.
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MATINEE
TODAY

3P.M.-

Latin-American Club Meets Tonight.
Members of the Latin-American club
will meet this evening at 7:00 o'clock
at 617-Forest Ave. The social pro-
gram for the year has been arranged
by President S. Martinez, '13, and will
be discussed at the meeting.

La Graco sa
The Woman Beautiful
"Visions of
Faryland "

Redecorated 1912
Chinese and American Restaurant
Pivate rooms reserved for parties and ladiesand
gentlemen.a
431 &-State.6 t. Chop Stuoy

Ann Arbor Dye Works
French Dry and Steam Cleaning
Bell 628 204 E. Washingt onSt
L. R. Wahl. Manager

We are never undersold.
Drug Store.

Goodyear
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GOOD

MADE

TO

ORDER

CLOTHES

asure to wear clothes that are really fine, high-class thoroughbred clothes, for which you don't have to make any apologies. Ed. V. Price & Co.
tailors in the world of OOD made-to=order could use cheaper cloth, trimmings and workmanship and you would probably never know the
ice-=but they dont. Their clothes are made to give satisfaction and are the cheapest you can afford to wear. Every suit is guaranteed to fit
ide exactly as you order it. Investigate the woolens.

FRED W. CROSS, 123 E. Liberty St.

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