100%

Scanned image of the page. Keyboard directions: use + to zoom in, - to zoom out, arrow keys to pan inside the viewer.

Page Options

Download this Issue

Share

Something wrong?

Something wrong with this page? Report problem.

Rights / Permissions

This collection, digitized in collaboration with the Michigan Daily and the Board for Student Publications, contains materials that are protected by copyright law. Access to these materials is provided for non-profit educational and research purposes. If you use an item from this collection, it is your responsibility to consider the work's copyright status and obtain any required permission.

December 11, 1912 - Image 3

Resource type:
Text
Publication:
The Michigan Daily, 1912-12-11

Disclaimer: Computer generated plain text may have errors. Read more about this.

THR MICHIGAN DAILY

Just enough of the "English" swing
to our new STEIN-BLOCU SMART CLOTHES to make them
very stylish looking-of course they fit in that comfortable way
which is the result of 58 years of knowing how to tailor good
clothes.
Yes, they will save you money too, and you will appreciate this better
after an examination and try on. Come in to-day or to-morrow.
100 mackinaws on hand $6.50 to $10.00

I

r

CHESS MEN PLAN

MUSIC AND DRAMA.

in price

Li ndenschmitt, Apfel

& Co.=

,. . I-

FUSSY

The
Drug Store on
the Corner
Buy
Gym Towels
and

n

I

A box of selected Chocolates
that touches top notch in
candy making,
FUSSY PACKAGE
For Fatidious Folke
A
ICalkins' Pharmacy
324 s. State St. r

Soap

Quarry Drug Go.,

I TO HOLD MATCHES
An intercollegiate chess tourna-
ment, to be held in Chicago during the
holidays, is being arranged by the
Chess and Checkers clubs of Michi-
gan, Illinois and Chicago. All middle
western colleges and universities, in-
cluding Minesota, Nebraska, and all
others interested in the game, will be
asked to send teams for the match.
A trophy will be awarded the win-
ning team, also the title of Middle-
western Intercollegiate chess cham-
pion to the individual player who
proves the most invincible.
Members of the local club who. will
not be included in the team which will
play at Chicago, expect to visit the
Chess and Checkers clubs of Detroit,
Saginaw and Battle Creek and win
further laurels for Michigan. An ex-
cellent instructor in the game has
been secured in E. B. Escott of the
engineering faculty, who is an honor-
ary member; and it is hoped that
Prof. Louis C. Karpinski may be in-
duced to coach the team which will
be sent to Chicago.
At the meeting tonight Mr. Escott will
give a lecture on the art of playing
chess, and enough boards will bd sup-
plied so that all members may follow
his moves in the illustrative games
and traps he will present. The club
is still desirous of adding to its mem-
bership, and is especially anxious to
get men interested in checkers. Meet-
ings are held on Wednesday night at
7:30 o'clock in McMillan hall.
PLAN TO HOLD CHRISTMAS
FAIR AT NEWBERRY HALL.
Fancy Work, Curios, and Home Cook.
ed Goods of All Kinds Will
be on Sale.
Newberry hall is to be converted
into a Christmas shopping house on
Thursday and Friday of this week.
The library and parlors will be trans-
formed into a series of booths, deco-
rated and set off in the season's colors,
and a regular, up to date bazaar,where
presents for father, mother, sister,
brother and "him," may be purchased,
in addition to all manner of good
things to eat.
Fancy work of all varieties, Jap-
anese and Chinese curios, will be on
sale. The ladies of the faculty have
undertaken to furnish the home baked
goods, so that there will be a rare op-
portunity to get some "like mother
used to make." All girls on the cam-
pus whose specialty is "fudge mak-
ing," have been pressed into service,
and the candy booth will hold many
attractions.
The unique feature, or article, of the
bazaar will be the little U. f M. Rec-
ipe books, to which faculty ladies, and
prominent women from all classes
have contributed their own chafing
dish recipes. The books are tastily
and humorously gotten up, containing,
in addition, a great deal of information
in a small space.
All university students, including
men, and faculty members are cordi-
ally invited to patronize the bazaar on
Thursday and Friday of this week to
do their Christmas shopping.
Despite Quake, World Still Rolls On.
As far as can be learned, no seri-
ous results were reported from the
seismographic disturbances recorded
by the university observatory instru-
ments early Monday morning. These
movements of the earth are of com-
mon occurrence, being recorded as of-
ten as once a week, but as they gener-
ally affect only uninhabited regions
or the seas, very little attention is
paid to them.

Albert Lockwood Will Play.
Albert Lockwood will give the
fourth of the historical recitals on
Wednesday afternoon at 4:15 o'clock
in High School hall.
Rudolf Ganz Recital.
It was a splendid exhibition of the
art of pianoforte playing that Rudolf
Ganz gave in high school hall last
evening. The great characteristics of
Mr. Ganz' art are virility boldly poetic
conceptions, and above all, dash. His
Beethoven was deeply thought and
impressive; and to the novel Korn-
gold sonata he gave an interest quite
apart from its novelty. Some of his
numbers were less interesting music-
ally, but were technically superb, and
full of gorgeous tonal effects and bril-
liant virtuoso playing, notably the
Liszt "Rakoczy March," which closed
the program.
Pres. Hutchins Speaks in Cassopolis.
Pres. H. B. Hutchins will speak on
subjects relating to the university be-
fore the Women's club of Cassopolis
Monday, December 16. It is custom-
ary for the Cassopolis club to hold a
university program once a year and
Pres. Hutchins is usually asked to
take part as the principal speaker.
UNIVERSITY CALENDAR.
Wednesday, December 11.-Junior en-
gineer dance at the Michigan Union,
9:00 p. m.
Wednesday, December 11.-Historical
recital by Albert Lockwood at the
high school auditorium, 4:15 p. m.
Wednesday, December 11.-Public lec-
ture by Alexander Irvine on "The
Failure of Social Reform," at New-
berry Hall, 8:00 p. m.
Thursday, December j12.-Senior lit
dinner at the Michigan Union, 6:00
p. m.
Thursday, December 12.-Senior law
dance at the Michigan Union, 9:00
p. m.
When ,in doubt, you can make no
mistake if you send her a box of Huy-
ler's. 61
More good things come to those
who go after them. Huyler's agency
214 S. Main St. 61
Feed the Squirrels.
The price of 6 cigars will buy half
a peck of nuts for the squirrels. Save
the emblem of Ann Arbor by feeding
the squirrels. tf
We are never undersold. Goodyear
Drug Store. 2 tf
The best shoe sine next to Wag-
ner's. eod tf
If you give her a box of Huyler's
candy you will not have to tell her
what it cost to have her appreciate it.
Agency 214 S. Main. 60
Bring in your dull razor blades to
be sharpened. Satisfaction guaran-
teed. H. L. Switzer, 310 S. State St.
FOR RENT
For Rent-Warm front room to rent
cheap at 916 E. Washington St.
59-61
For Rent-Single room one block from
campus, 645 S. Ingalls. tf
Lost-Lady's gold watch, hunting
case, monogram. Elgin works. On
west side of State between South
University and East Washington.
Call 923-J. 61
Lost-On Monday evening between
Bfrbour gymnasium and 303 East

Ann St., a black and white civet fur
scarf. Phone 435-J. Reward. 61

MAX-RUTSCH

CHRISTMAS

CALENDARS

The Popular Price Tailor

I

Bell Phone 871-L

Extra fine blue serges and Overcoats $28-$30

With a real photograph of a familiar face or an interesting scene make
most acceptable gifts. Several beautiful styles from lIc up.
CHRISTMAS KODAKS

are the Kodake that record the merry times throughout the whole year
They last longer and the pictures they make last longer than any pre-
sent a person can select- Brownie's $1.00 to $12.00, Kodaks $6.00
to $65.00.
ClHRISTrIAS POSTAL CARDS
The "lit" of the year is the beautiful set of 10 hand-colored Local
Views, Christmas Cards for 25c. On sale everywhere.

104 N. Fourth Ave

GET ONE OF OUR Telephone T16.
ALARM CLOCKS and you will get to your classes on time
Prices always right and all clocks guaranteed. New location.
111 EAST WASHINGTON STREET
J. L. CHAPMAN, Jeweler.,

van

w

Now is the time to seleet Artistle Christmas Cards trem the
usual large assortment found at
DE FRIES ART STORE
=_3 S. MAIN

LYNDON,

FEATURE DAY

719 N,
University

a D1I
s4

AT THE

- I

f

Temple
Fathe's bIg 3 reel
FRENZIED FINANCE

Don't Blame. the

Im plement=

woIf

maps

We now have on hand for your inspection a new and care-
fully selected line of Shaw-Made Caps. You will find the
fit and style as well, as the patterns of this English Golf to be
correct in every detail.

On Wed., Dec. lth

blame yourself-if you can't
play up to form with a strange
racket, or golf club, or base
ball. There is no e'ccuse for
you. Spalding Athletic Goods
are on sale in every town from
Maine to Caliornia.
A. G. Spalding& Bros.
254 Woodward Ave.Detroit

Admission oc

Tinker & Company

Hatters and Furnishers

342 S. State SL

I This store is a member of the Michigan "CO-Op" Association.
usic f or Xmas Gifts
The choicest in Classics and Latest in Operatic and Popular
Gibson Mandolins and Guitars
Complete line of flusical MerchandiseU
Press Building AsMaynard Street
Across Irem Majestic

Before buying your Stit or Overcoat it would pay
you to look over our assortmient
Always the right tbingq in Rats, Caps and Furnish..

Iings,

1

New ine Mackinaws just receiv ed

Holeproof Hose,

Interwoven Hose

WADHAMS & COMPANY
I21-423 S. Main St.

+ !

U
Nsr

=

111
f
y The fi
- l' dlI

YOU

SHAVE

BUY THAT SHAVING OUTFIT FOR HIM the

Then Use The Best
nest line of all Toilet Articles made in-
Shaving Soaps, Shaving Mirrors,
g Powders, Shaving Sets.

Vniversity

Pharmacy

We Insist on Satisfying

COULDING & WIKEL

Bell Phone 416

. . '"

Shavin

1219 SOUTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE.

wror mr
.. ...

^i::i#i '°:
rrr.
+a :

All Broken Lots of Overcoats at Greatly Reduced Prices

4LEN'S

GOOD

CLOTH ES

STORE

Plain

Street

a,

Back to Top

© 2022 Regents of the University of Michigan