THE MICHIGAN D-AILY
Talk-Over Foot wear
A Free Trip to Harvard in 1915
To the student holding cash register receipts totalling the largest
amount on the Saturday preceding the Harvard Game next fall I will give
free transportation to Cambridge and return. To the next highest I will
give transportation one way.
Cash register receipts are given out with every purchase. Get them
any way you can-ask your friends to get them-save them-ask your
friends to save them.
We're going to lick Harvard next fall-and here's a chance for you to
LADIES WORK A SPECIALTY
see the game.
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Price $4 50.
Comes in guny
Short vamp, square toe effect.
metal and patent vamps. Tops and quarters of fine grey
cloth. All leather Spanish heels.
WALK-OVER SHOE CO., 115 S. Main Street
4 Ice Cream for parties, socials and
CL Mary Garden Reputation and Low-
116 A. Main.
All Branches of Music
freshaen reported to sign up for the
Tags to help raise money for the
Belgian sufferers, will be sold bye Mis-
souri University women, on the cam-
pus and about the city, Friday.
Inter-class football at Kansas start-
ed this week.
Upperclass women of the University
of Pennsylvania have posted the fol-
lowing rules for the guidance of fresh-
1. All freshmen must address upper-
class women as "Miss."
2. Frosh women must wear only
I green hair ribbons.
3. Frosh must politely hold doors
open for women.
4. Must never come to classes late.
5. Must know their songs.
g. Must be able to locate all col-
lege buildings on request.
7. Must sit properly in classes.
8. Must take no notice of the op-
Ducking of freshmen in the troughs
of the university farm, has been for-
bidden by the board of regents at the
Oregon Agricultural College.
Following the serious injury of Man-
uel Jermail, '18, in a fresh-soph chapelI
rush Monday morning, the dean of
Brown University has forbidden in-
ter-class scraps in the vicinity of the
Pennsylvania athletic authorities
plan the establishment of an American
Henley Regatta, a gigantic inter-col-
legiate rowing contest, to take the
place of the Poughkeepsie Regatta and
the Yale-Harvard race. All univer-
sities maintaining crews will enter the
event, if it materializes. The plan is
receiving extensive consideration in
Princeton's Musical clubs brought
their Thanksgiving trip to a close by
a joint concert with the Wellesley
Glee club at the Waldorf-Astoria in
New York last Saturday.
William H. Edwards, '00, Princeton,
favors the adoption of a jingle foot-1
Walter L. Rose, '16, was elected cap-
tain of the 1915 football squad of Syra-
cuse at a farewell banquet of the 1914
team last Thursday.
By a fire at Ithaca last Monday
night, four boathouses and four boats
were destroyed at a loss of about
"Girls Will Charge Man a Quarter
For a Smile"-headline, Indiana Daily
"Alice at Michigan," Humorous
Will Be Presented
Are taught at the
House of Famous Plays by Famous Players
Thurs.-Fri., Dec. 3-4 - Maclyn Arbun-
kle in "The County Chairman," by
Sat., Dec. 5--"As It Is In Life," Mary
Mon.-Tues., Dec. 7-8--Max Figman in
"What's His Name," by Geo. Barr
ANNOUNCE CAST OF
PLAY BY MASQmUES
University School of Music
C. I. KIDD --- Sophomore
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I Freshman College leaches Many Tings Junior
ALSO But the Best Is ALSO
CANDIES the Lunches CIGARS
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Nights and Saturday Matinee 25c-$1.50
William Elliott Presents PRESSING Goods Called For
The Love Story With a Laugh in Every Line NO LOSS BY FIRE
Lafayette's two upperclasses voted
last week to discontinue the custom
of raising a general uproar of yells,
horns, and bells, with which they have
greeted women who entered the cam-
pus in the past.
Counterfeiting outfits of ancient
Egyptians, some 1,600 years old, are
the latest arrivals at the museum of
the University of Pennsylvania. The
unique apparatus was used at the
time of the Roman Empire to make
coins not authorized by the govern-
Women of Colorado College went
without the last Sunday's dinners, to
help raise money to swell the Belgian
In a recent speech, Presidenit Low-
ell, of Harvard, suggested a course
of two years and a graduate course
of the same length, to take the place
of the four year's session, for busi-
ness men of the future.
Billy Sunday denounced the liquor
traffic before 4,000 men and women at
the Iowa State College, Sunday after-
Famous triple plays, as seen by the
sport staff of the Daily Iowan:
Pajamas to breakfast -to eight
Football to shower bath to dinner.
Dress suit to cotillion to starva-
To bid fareweil to their classmates
who are leaving to enlist in the Eng-
lish army, the sophomore literary class
at McGill University will give a "Fare-
well" dinner on December 18.
In response to Harvard's first call
for hockey candidates, 72 try-oits ap-
peared for the Varsity team, and 65,
GIRLS' GFLEE CLUB TO APPEAR
"Alice at Michigan," the one-scene
humorous number to be presented by
Masques at the Kermess in Hill audi-
torium on December 12, will be played
by the following women: Alice, Adele
Crandall, '17; the Mad Hatter, Mary
Lewis, '15; the March Hare, Ethel
Buzby, '15; the Dormouse, Marion
Robertson, '15; H umpty Dumpty, Hon-
ora Fogerty, '15. The characters for
the parts, which will be in the nature
of campus hits, are to be kept secret
until the night of the production. This
number, adapted and added to by Lou-
ise Markley, '15, from a similar skit,
"Alice at Harvard," is .a satire on cam-
pus events and personages.
The Girls' Glee club is rehearsing
daily, and has announced that it will
give surprise encores and stunts, in
addition to the serious numbers.
The Spanish dance, chosen by Helen
Ely, '15, who is in charge of the danc-
ing numbers, will include Helen Ely,
'15; Elizabeth Mason, '15; Adele Cran-
dall, '17; Margaret Denfield, '15; Mar-
garet Boos, '16; and Helen George,
The "Dance of the Hours" will be
participated in by Helen Ely, '15; Mil-
dred Neuchterlein, '15; Hazel Good-
rich, '15; Leila Wheeler, '17; Alice
Vanselaw, '17; Helen Champion, '17;
kMary True, '15; Meroe Currey, '16;
Doris Robinson, '15; Jean Miller, '15;
Ethel Turner, '15; Marguerite Caley,
'16; Olivia Williams, '17; Grace Mar-
quedant, '15; Dorothy Diss, '17; Alice
Fish, '17; Lavinia MacBride, '17; Ma-
rion Payne, '16; Adele Crandall, '17,
and Catherine Reighard, '15.
TRY TO INCREASE )IEMIBERSIP
OF 1914-1I UNION BOAT CLUB
Committees To Make Canvass of All
Men _0n Campus and Whole
Plans for the membership campaign
to begin toward the end of next week,
and the spring regatta of the Michigan
Union Boat club are now well under
way. The membership canvass is to
be extended to all departments and
the faculty. The regatta, which is to
he held toward the end of May, is to
have a snappier and more attractive
program, and may be held on Argo
pond instead of on Barton pond.
John S. Leonard, '16L, is general
chairman of the membership commit-
tee of the club, and is selecting one
man from each department to act as
chairman of the campaign in that de-
partment. The committeemen who are
to be used under each department
chairman will make efforts to reach
every man on the campus, and all
men on the faculty. Membership is
open to any man in the university,
at $1.50, but members of the Michigan
Union will be admitted at $1.00. Work
will begin in earnest after several
more days of preparation, and a tag
day or some other feature may pos-
sibly be employed.
Besides several smokers and dances,
a regatta has been planned. for the
latter part of next May. Some of the
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numbers on the program are not yet If the meal, and features will be given
certainties, but the day will probably by student entertainers during the
include a student crew race, exhibi- courses. Some new musicians not yet
tions in resuscitation and use of tple familiar to the general student public
pulmotor, swimming races, diving and are being booked for the occasion.
&ther features. At least one band Walter W. Watson, '16E, is chair-
will be on the grounds, several stands man of the program committee, and
will be erected, and thousands of lan_ other members are Francis A. Bade,
terns will be strung over the grounds. '15, and Julius L. Burns, '17L. The
The societies' parade at night is to committee has made up most of the
be improved upon, and the whole is to program, which will be published soon.
be made shortei' and more attractive. Members of the finance committee
ar John C. Leonard, '16L, chairman;
Whitney Ogden, '15, James W. Hoge,
'ICKETS PUT ON SALE TODAY -17, Delos J. Smith, '17, Gerald Rosen-
FOR UNION INNER WEDNElAT D a-m, '17, Staats Abrams, '17, Carson
- -- A. Cosgrove, '17D, Glen A. Howland,
Program To Consist of Feature 1By '17L, Frederick J. Thieme, '18E., Rich-
Student. Entertainers and ard G. Grylls, '16E, Ulysses S. Cherry,
Orchestra '18, Cyril Talbot, '17, and Howard S.
Friday and Saturday December 4,5
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A MODERN PLAYLET BY OLIVER WHITE
GEORGE MOORE BELMONT & HARLE HAWLEY & HAWLEY
"The Always Different Juggler" "The Man, The Maid and The Piano" "Up to Bate Skeaddles"
Jungman Family Ladies Souvenir Matinee Friday
Five Sensational Wire Performers
Matinee Prices: 1000 Seats at 1e. Few Reserved at 15c.
Night "Entire Main Floor at 25c. Entire Balcony at 20c.
Watch for the day and date these big time vaudeville acts will appear at the Majestic.
Mie Martha& Sister--"This is the Life" Flor-tt"-Maxim'a Models
Mi M SrCt a CImAsh &Shaw-Ma Bim--Tha1dtyHore
Tickets for the Union membership
dinner to be held at the clubhouse
Wednesday night, December 9, front
6:00 to 7:45 o'clock, will be placed on
sale today with members of the finance
committee and at the Union desk. The
price will be 50 cents, and a program
to be carried on during the dinner and
between the courses will be featured
by speechlessness and by several
Harold Schradzki, '15L, is the only
one who will be permitted to speak,
and he will do nothing more than an-
nounce the numbers on the program.
An orchestra will play during most
Taylor, '17E. These committeemen
will have tickets to sell to Union mem-
bers sometime today.
Want Stadent iood At Card Writing
It is requested that some student
fairly efficient at card writing apply
at the Michigan Union employment
bureau for, a job which will be open
until evening. 'One student was given
employment at that line of work by
the bureau yesterday, and the patron
wishes for one more assistant.
Five Classes Favor Return of J-Hop
The senior and junior homeops,
senior and soph pharmics and the
junior medics favored the hop at their
class meetings yesterday, and author-
ized their presidents to sign the peti-
6E5U R.EWilliam St.
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