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Going Like Hot Cakes
The 100 Kodaks at from Y3 to 3 off (and a 20% credit,
good for developing) are going fast-but there are some
big snaps left.
Think of buying a $12.00 Brownie (good as new) for
$7.75 and $1.55 worth of developing Free of Charge,
Don't miss this opportunity to by a kodak for a
mere trifle.

HAND PRESSING

LADIES WORK A SPEOIALTY

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DIVERSE PROGRA9M
Even. to Extent of Rehearsing Today,
Numbers Are'Being Moulded
Into Proper Shape
FEATURE NATIVE CHINESE SONG
All kinds of features will mark the
second entertainment of the combined
musical clubs Thursday evening in Hill
auditorium. Special rehearsals are be-
ing held over Saturday and Sunday,
to whip the clubs into shape for the
pre-vacation trip concert.
The most unique -number will be the
singing of the Chinese national . an-
them in Chinese by the Glee club.
This song has been perfected after
much difficulty and drill by' Leader
Kenneth Westerman, '14, of the Glee
club.
Durward Grinstead's skit, "When
Salome Danced Before the King" is
accorded the best drawing card on the
program. He has been practicing with
several members of the Glee club, who'
are to aid him in the act.
The new song of C. D. Kountz, '02L,
"That Michigan Band" will be present-
ed as a special number. Besides these
numbers there will be the "String
Scrapers," "Midnight Sons' Quartette"
and the "Rag Pickers," all rendering
new numbers, most of which are to
be used in the trip program.

Orpheumn Theatre
House of Famous Plays by Famous Players
Sat., Dec. 5-Return Date, By Request-
Chril Scott m, "The Day of Days."
Mary Pickford in "As It Is. In Life," Re-
print Picture.
Mon., Tues., Dec. 7-8--Max Figman in
"What's His Name" by Geo. Barr Mc-
Coutcheon.
Wed., Dec. g-1 Day Only--Octovia Hand-
worth in "The Path Forbidden" by Jas.
A. He rne.
F. L. HALL, 514 E. William
?hone 2225
Gods CaldD "ved For
P'LSING su eiee

Matinees
WEDNESDAY AND
SATURDAY

Freshman College Tachs Many Things unior
ALSO But the Best Is ALSO
CANDIES the Lunches CIGARS
Sophomore AT "POP BANCROFT'S"122 Monroe Senior
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The Play
with 'a
Perpetual
Charm

OIVER MOROSCO Evr New

NO LOSS BY FIRE

GARRICK

PRESENTS

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26c.-$1.50
Wed. Mat. 25c-$1.

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WITH
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and a New York Company
The Play of Heart Interest
that appeals to every one

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Perfect Tailoring
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ALBERT GANZLE
Merchant Tailor

Kenmore

Plans for the building of a large
stadium to take the place of Franklin
field, and which will seat 100,000 peo-
ple, are being considered by the au-
thorities of the Univxersity of Penn-

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Song

Sale THURSDAY, Dec. 10th

BOOST THE BAND

By sending a Copy to yourFriends.

mplete Stock of Classic, Operatic,
ar and Michigan Music await your
inspection for Christmas Gifts

18 Eng. Phone 1242
PRICE & ROWE
'Printers, Stationers,
(ngravers
sylvania and the business men of Phil-
adelphia.
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Dissatisfaction with the coaching of
the University of Pennsylvania foot-
ball team was expressed Wednesday,
when 19 of the 21 Varsity players
voted against the retention of George
H. Brooke as coach for 1915.
After Senator LaFollette finished
his scheduled one and one-half hour
speech on "Hamlet," at the University
of Illinois, Tuesday night, he was
forced by the crowd, to remain and
speak on politics for another hour.
Edwin B. Shulty will lead the Wash-
ington and Lee footbE.ll team next
year.
FIGHTING BOB TO
SPEAK ON MORROW
(Continued from page 1)
are 25 cents, and can be 'obtained at
the box office of Hill auditorium or
from student solicitors. This is a spe-
cial number on the association pro-
gram, and the contract with Senator
LaFollette will not admit members
on their season tickets. A section of
seats will be reserved for the members
of the association and held until 8:00
o'clock, at which time they will be
thrown open to the general public.
FOOTBALL PLAYERS
FEASTED TO)IORROW
(Continued from page 1)
to the bauqueters.
Although this is the first function of
this nature ever attempted by the Civic
association, indications lead to the be-
lief that it will become an annual af-

Brook
Cider

less of the market price of apples.

To my customers both present and prospective commencing
Monday, Dec. 7th, the introductory price at which I have been
selling this especial brand of cider will be discontinued and the
regular charge of 5oc a galoln made.
Those who contract at this time for weekly deliveries during
December, January, February and March will receive the benefit
of a lower price which I will guarantee to hold constant regard-

To those who have not already tried, this new and pleasing
drink I would explain that 'we are producing this cider from
sound, ripe fruit by a special process which preserves the fine
flavor and delicate aroma of the apples from which it i's pressed,
and insures an absolutely pure and healthful drink. It is made
fresh each day thus eliminating the need of preservatives.
ASK FOR IT AT YOUR SODA FOUNTAIN
Phone 2140 for deliveries or
further # Particulars.

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Victor
Gibson

Victrolas and Records
Mandolins and Guitars

The New Michigan Song
Makes a Fine Xmas Gift.

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KENMORE BROOK
ORCHARDS

R. C. HILL

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GET THAT .
605 . Wiliiam St.
WE USE PURE LARD OREN'S CAFETERIA

fair. It is probable that, in tie future,
years, the dinner will be stsged dur-
ing the football season rather than af-
ter its conclusion.
President Harry B. Hutchins has
written the association that it will be
impossible for him to be present, but
states that he is heartily is. favor of
the plans, and that the players justly

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