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December 14, 1912 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1912-12-14

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THE MICHIQAN DAILY

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In praise of Malcolm's fall suits
and overcoats,those club checks
are all right, others will show
them in the spring.
Chinchella Overcoats lead all
others this season, why not B
a first year man? MalcolmVm
shows a very large range of Iu
woolens,has a good suit at $20
and $25 buys a suit you will B
proud of. Speaking of style, and
individuality reminds yoxt at
once of
MALL L 0 M

DETROIT
FRATERNITY JEWELES AND STATIONERS
Jewelers, Stationers, Opticians and Frat rnity Jewelers
207-211 WOODWARD AVENUE, DETROIT

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WHITNEY

T H E ATRE

Saturday, December 28

Matinee and Night

Hoar Loud Talk

weak*

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604 E. LIBERTY

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9 'XilliflryTAn tmp-to date showing of
liayiy 's M Fall Millinery at popular
prices Hair Gools a
specialty. Bell Phone 1390-J B. B. HALEY, 206 E. Liberty Street
T"he C''Whxzbb House
209 Souath State Sireet
Gives Clean, Wholesome Board at
$4.00 per Week. Safe Drinking
Water.
C. C. Freeman, Proprietor

STrUUIENTS iN hISTORY MAY
WRITE ESSAYS FOR PRIZES.
Fifty and Twenty-Five Dollar Offers
Are Made for idorical
Articles.
Prizes have been offered to the sen-
ior and junior students of the Univer-
sity of Michigan for historical essays,
by the National Society of Colonial
Dames of America in Michigan. Fifty
and twenty-five dollars, respectively,
will be awarded to the two best arti-
cles on "The Attitude of the Govern-
mnent of England and the English Col-
onies toward the African Slave Trade
to 1776."
The essays are to be in the hands
of the committees by April 1, and
should be handed to Professors C. H.
Van Tyne or U. B-. Phillips, ofthehis-
tory department, before that time.
They are to be between 2,500 and 3,000
words in length and to be typewrit┬░
ten. Two copies must be handed in,
and they will be judged upon thought
and composition, as well as upon his-
torical material.
Both men and women students of
the junior and senior classes are eli-
gible for competition if they did not
win a testimonial in 1912 from the
same source. Additional details will
be found posted on the bulletin board
outside room 302 Tappan hall.
1)ecemiber Alumnus Sent to Seniors.
Seniors in all departments are be-
ing sent the December Alumnus. Ev-
ery year the near grads are given two
or three numbers of the magazine in
order to acquaint them with it and in
an effort to obtain their subscriptions
before graduation.
Lust-Black fox muff, Friday morning
either in Fine Arts class or between
Economics building and 718 S. In-
galls. Phone 187. Reward. 64

COTILLION WILL BE GIVEN
TONIGHT AT BARBOUR GYM.
Favor Dances and Extensive Decora-
tions Will Feature
The Event.
The most unique and briliant wo-
an's party of the year will be held
at arbour gymnasium tonight at
8:00 o'clock. The cotillion, featuring
many unique stunts, and favor dances
of all descriptions, is given by the di-
rector of Barbour gymnasium to the
women of the gymnasium, and cor-
responds in nature to the series of
receptions given to the women of all
departments by the dean of women in
the fall. Barbour gym will be tasti-
ly decorated in yellow and blue,
chrysanthemums being the popular
fowers. A whole series of unusual
favors and toys of all sorts have been
chosen.
It is aimed to make the affair as at-
tractivetas possible, converting the
gym into a mass of brilliant colors.
The details of the program are secret
and will come as a surprise to the
guests. The grand march led by wom-
en chosen from the four classes, will
begin promptly at 8:15. Visitors to
the gallery will be. admitted by pre-
senting invitations.
Craftsmen to Hear Prison Chaplain.
At the regular meeting tonight of
the Craftsmnen club E. H. Lougher,
chaplain of the Jackson prison, will
speak on "Strength and Harmony."
Business mattters of importance in
connection with the club will be dis-
cussed at the meeting which will be
held in the Masonic temple at 7:30
o'clock. Student Master Masons are
invited to attend.

Bohe mian
Balfe's masterpiece

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ABOWN

Seats Selling December 26
Mail orders filled in rotation received

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CO.

In The

THE REXALL POLIVY
Stands for four things:- 1. Fcon-sty of Putpole 2. Shillin Manufactu-
re 3. Purity of Drugs 4. Satisfaction to the Usr.

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

the RexaL11g Soe
E. C. EDSILL, Iropritor
122 S. Main Street Prescription Specialists

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Quite

Your Clothes vcre Pressed Is
Necessary so Send Them to
the L

If you want your choice of English Styles see our
Crawford & Stesons .hoes
From 3.54 to $ .00

Suits 25c Plain% Skirts 35c
Called For and Delivered

Complete

line of Gym Goods at

500

Patterns to Choose

Frome

AND YOUR ,FIT IN
10

EVERY

ONE

Why go to -he "ready made" clothing store and be 1 mited to a choice of
only three or four different patterns, the few styles that are "made up"in
your size? We can show you over 500 patterns and give you your fit in
Every one.

Sale at Newberry Hall is a Success.
Christmas shopping at Newberry
hall the last two days was a success.
[he homebaked goods of the faculty
women were the first to disappear and
the many varieties of creamy fudge
were a close escond. The U. of M. reci-
pe books, containing signed contribu-
tions from women in all of the class-
es, proved popular.
All of the money cleared by the ba-
zaar will be given to the Y. W. C. A.
Dr. Edmunds to Lecture on Medicines
Dr. C. W. Edmunds, secretary of the
medical department left last night for
Grand Rapids where he will deliver
a lecture tonight on "Medicines, Their
Use and Abuse," under the auspices
of the Grand Rapids Library associ-
ation.
J. Goldman, '12, will be married
December 26 at Colorado Springs to
Miss Etta Lieberthal of that city.

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F-ROS

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Typewriter Repeirirn Phone 1361-1,
I will meet or beat any price made on a typewriter, sale or rental.

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StateStreet

D. F. WOODWARD
Ann Arbor Savings Bank Bldg, Second Floor

Ann Arbor, Mich.,

We build clothes to your own personal measure.
~made kind for $17.50.

The real custom-

Before doing your Xmas shopping see the World's Sta rIKcsi y
"THE KIND THAT WEARS"
Beauty and Strength Combined. Agency at 625 E.]liberty
Gertrude L.Rudd Groves Bldg., cor. State and Liberty. Entrance on Lib
O erty, Up Stairs, RoDm 1. TPHONE 39-L
THE HOUSE OF STANDARD QUALITY

Drop in our store at your first opportunity and inspect our new patterns.

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ALL Suits
OvercoatsI
Made to mneasure

NQ More
Less

Made to fit

TOQUE DECREE IS
NOT UNDERSTOOD
(Continued from page 1.)
viewed on the matter and for the most
part they also did not understand the
ruling. They were, however, not very
much concerned with it, saying that it
was entirely a matter to be discuss-
ed and decided upon by the students
affected.
In order to straighten out and de-
cide on what is to be done, the fresh
dents will hold a meeting this morn-
ing at 10:00 o'clock in the dental
building. At this time one of the
members of the student council will
be present to explain the rule and it
is believed that the rule will meet
with favor when it is thoroughly un-
destood.

HENRY & CO.

711 N. University

Designers of Men's Clothes

Furnishings

Hatters

Flannel Shirts with Zero Collars

Woolen

Ill

Co.

V rsity Toeky E hop
1107 S. University Ave. Phone 1 1 60-L E. J. LOHR, Proprietor

America's

Greatest

Tailors

216 So MAIN

Near Mack's

Mackinaws, Sweaters

Suits to Order

GOOD

MADE

TO

ORDER

CLOTHES

It' a pleasure 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.
largest tailors in the world of GOOD made-to-order could use cheaper cloth, trimmings and workmanship and you would probably never know the
difference--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
and made exactly as you order it. Investigatethe woolens.

FRED W. ROSS,123 E. Liberty St.

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