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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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N-BLOCL 3 SMART CLOTHES to snake them
ing-of course they fit in that comfortable way
ilt of 58 ye ars of knowing how to tailor good
on money too, and you will a.ppreciate this better
and try on. Come in to-day or to-m~orr'ow,
laws on hand. $6.50 to $10.00
In price

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ONIONS A
H4aunter,3 of the midnigl
counters must still consume
terious ,hamburgers ini ignc
what wonders they contain
been rumrored that some of
products' are in truth fear
wonderfully made, and in con
state food inspectors recent]
into Ann Arbor and secure
sample.
,Inspector Johni Munn, of De
in the 'city, yesterday confer
the pr~secuting attorney inc
with tie matter, but declare
report had as yet been mac
resulti of the tests. If trace;
teration with sulphites are di
legal steps will be taken.
Meanwhile, the "stude"
main in the dark as to whi
bacteriological inhabitants
aforesaid "hot dogs" are pi
still alive and kicking.
FIRST MICHIGAN 1?ORESI
(RI'W ) LEAVTES F%)
Clyde .Leavitt, '.04, the firs-
graduate from the forestry
ment and at present chief }fo
th e TDominion Conservation-
sion, with headquarters at
Ontario, left for his homre
Aire, Michigan, Friday nigh
visiting Prof. Filibert Roth, of
estry depart nent. Mlr. Lea
connected with the United St
erment until last year, whe
tered'the services of the Doi
Leavitt is also inspector for
road commission. of Canada
deals with the problem ofp
from forest fires.
4OOLISH QUESTION ARTIS
INFESTS THE UNION

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Q uarry's
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Drug Store on
the Corner

Extend the

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pnotch in

SEASON'S

GREETINGS

i7'1T1EATRICAL CIRCLES.
G1{7ji "The Bohemian ir
% fLONE It is a highly respectable revival of
~LU1Lthe French version of Balfe's best
work, "The Behemian Girl" which the
;ht lunch Aborn Opera Company will offer at
s themys-the Whitney theater on Saturday, De-
themyscember 28, matinee and night, not only
iorance of presenting an entirely new, elaborate
. It has and massive scenic environment, but
the local in the effort for :realism, introducing
fully and much that is new and novel in opera,
nsequence, including a band of real gypsies,
ly slipped troupe of Arabs, numerous hp ses, etc.
d several ___
At the Majestic.
troit, 'was The star attraction at the Majestic
ring with theater the coming week will be the
onnection famous original troupe of Russian Im-
d that no peial Dancers from',Moscow. This is
.de on the the first American tour of this unique
s q4f adul- organization, and the Majestic man-
iscovered, agement is authority for the statement
that it will be one of the most expen-
must re- sire attractions ever brought to this
ether the city and that these =dancers-ten in
of the number-will create 'a positive sensa-
ickled, or tion. The Big City 'Four, a singing
male quartet, will head the program
It for the last three days of the week.
a holiday matinee is announced for
UR HONE-. Chistmas and ewYears with seats
reserved the same as at night.
t man to __
depart- UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
'rester of
"Commis l reting of senior girl's section of
tOttawa 1eutscher Verein at 7:00 p. nm. Tues-
at Telle day in Venoin rooms.I
lit, after Meeting of Educational clubs tomor-
f the for- row at 7:00 p. i., room 105 Tappan
avitt was hal,
ates gov-. Independents who are planning to
n he en- attend the J-hop meet at the Union
inion. Mr. Monday at 4:30'p. m.
the rail-
, which ADS IN THIlS COLUMN ARE TO BE
rotection PI) FOR IN ADVANCE.
Slip a box of Huyler's Candy in your
Sr grip. It makes you doubly welcome.
LOB.Agency 214 S. Main S. 65-70
b~ 13iud, Catering and serving of lunches,
ut lidsmall parties and banquets for univer-
sy. sity women's clubs and sororities,
...,but done in good style at 114 N. Ingalls.
the num- 63-66
ion lobby. ___________
affirmed, The largest and finest stock in the
than man city. Goodyear's Drug Store. 3 t
eth.
in, n Bring in your dull razor blades to
Sbe sharpened. Satisfaction guaran-
e the s gn teed. H. L. Switzer, 310S. State St.
tch lett s _________
here's t. eC Open every evening until 930. Sun-
lty meii- days from 9:30 to12:30, 1:30 to 3:30
4g direct~y only. Lyndon's kodaks, films, fash-
n life'it is lights. 719 N. University. Sun&Fri
ie room in
ght. The best shoe sine next to Wag-
he foo~sb ner's eod tf
hone per- - EN
Only the FRRN
tluscious
the wire For Rent -Front suite, exposure
full dress Southern and Western, all conven-
his even- iences. 611 Forest Ave. Phone
of Ferry 1810-J. 64-5
apu flg-For ent-Single room. 414 South Di-
e railroad vision. 64-65
me of the
rained for Fr Ient-Single room for ladies or
>ounds the~ gents at 101 ..Thayer. Bell phone
1398-J. 65
lect Artislic Christmas Cars from the
:t ioundat
ES ART STORE
223 S.! MAIN PORM
CARDS-PRGRM -STATIONERY
WRIE
F RSAMPLES
GR[( iOPY MAY[P &i T1M Co. DETROIT. MIC

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MAX KUTSC,
The Popular Price Tio

CHRISTMAS

Extra: fine blue serges and Overckoats $21

104 N. Fourth Ave

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GrkT ONE OF OUR
ALARM CLUCKS and'yoai will get tyo
Prices always right anid all clocks guarant, ed Nie
t1t1 EAST WASHINGTON STRE::
J. L.- CHAPMAN, Jewek

With a real photograph of a famniliar face or an~r interes-ting;.
most acceptable gifts. Several beautiful std les f: on-, I Oc c
are the Kodaks that record the merry times thtroughut ,h
They last longer and the pictures theyvak last h nger t1,,
sent a person can select- Brownie's $1.00 to $12.00, ko,
to $65.00.
CIIRIS.T1'IAS POS5TAL CA RD
The "Hilt" of the y-ear is the beauntiful set, of 10 h amd-co!
Views, Christmas Cards for 25c. (hi ,al,;.i ilr hr e.

THE Temple

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Feature

hell Phone $71-L

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hand for your inspection a new and case-
Shaw-Made Caps. You will find the
S the patterfisof thsEnglish Golf to be

wvell aC

detail,

rkr& ipa I Furnisher 342 S. State St.
member of the Michigan "CO-Op" Assoation.

rrftinan Species with Eyes, 1
Keeps Attendants Bits
Foolish. question number..
they've even quit counting1
ber at the counter in the Uni
Accurate calculations, it is
would bring the total higher1
thinketh or slide rule wvorke
"When will the buttons be i
les a wild-eyed sophomore ru
almost upsetting iln his haste
which sets forth In eleven-in(
that the buttons are in. "W1
check room?" demands a faci
ber, at #the same time looking
at a placard whose mission iu
to tell inquiring ones that thf
question is located up one flip
But, these- are not all. TI
question-fans use the teleph
sistently, in their campaign.
other' day one of those soft,
voices came floating over
with "Will I need to wvear a
gown at the Union dance t]
ing?" The seating capacity
Field, the height of the can
pole and the ,direction of the
station from the river are so3
other neat, little inquiries fr
the' benefit of the man who pc
cash register'at the Union.
iNow Is the time to sel
Iusual large assortmei
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Extraordinary

THREE REEL FILM OF
Mills of the Gods
On 'Wed., Dec. 18

Olympic~
STO CKI"Ji
By JAMES E. .
United Sta e~ Col
to ithe(I)Iyunil
A corn plete report oft,
* athletlic contetit. 1]
lustrations. The only
that con tains all Olyin
PRICE 25
For sale by all
spalding's (Catalogue
Good;, coltai''in ic
of thousanlds of arti
Chris'tmnas G0i ts.,! ill
A. G. Spadie
254 Woodw~s
Detroit, -

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Admission 10c

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Before buying your Si it C Overcoa t it wout
you to look over c6ur acortk ient
Alwa ys th urgh t Ii l iRHts, Caps and F
ilgs.
New.,ine Malckinaws j us rec.

isic for Xmas -Gifts
st in Classics end Latest in Operatic and Popular
,ibson Mandolini and Guitars
Complete line of IPlusical Merchandise
'esi~flwsc1bouse
InUIIing Maynard Street
Across from Ataestl e

Holeproof H,!w

Interwoven

WADHAMVS

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COMP.

121-123

S. Main St.

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Then Use The Best
The finest ;line of all 'Toilet Articles made in-
cluding : Shaving Soaps, Shaving Mirrors,
Shaving P'oders, 1.5having Sets.

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ni-versity.

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We Insist nsatisfying

COULDING &WIKEL

Bell

1219 SOUTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE.

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\All Broken Lots of Overcoats 'af Greatly R~edC.uced Prices,

AL LE N'S

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