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When You Think of Christmas

5.00 Suits
8.00 "4

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off
s, Raincoats, Mackinaws & Bath Robes
& Overcoats Now $11.25
"6 "L 13.50
15.00
16.50
18.75
21.00
"it 22.50

THINK OF
Whitman's Candy
60c., 80c. and $1.00 a pound

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on all Suits,
Overcoats, Pat-
rick Mackinaws,
Balmacaans and

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CALKIN'S
324 South

PHARMACY
State Street

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Furnishings.

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ODD PANTS 2047 OFF

WADHAMS & CO.
121-123 So. [lain St.

irmors & Mechanics Bank'
03-105 South Main Street
Capital, $100,000
and Profits . . $75,000
no Arbor Savings Bank{
tock $300,000 Surplus $ioo,ooo
Resources $3,000,000
feral Banking Business Transacted
Hiscock, Pres., Michael J. Fritz,
V. D). Harriman, Vice-Pres., Carl F.
sst, Cash'r, Wm. Waltz, Asst. Cash'r
Dept.
an- meian3ai sak
3erty and Main Sts.
Convenient Place for Your
Banking

College Men!
My assortment includes
the latest novelties for the
college men. Workman-
ship and designing of the
highest quality, and at a
reasonable figure.
A. F. Marquardi
Campus Tailor
New Location
516 WILLIAM STREET
Wiet erle 1Bldg.

KILLILEA SUPPORHTS
CAMPAIGNFOR GYM'
Alumnus Who Now Aids Movement,
Wishes to Complete Agitation
Begun in 1884.85
SENATE DEFEATED FORMER BILL
I. J. Killilea, head of the legal de-
partment of the Chicago, Milwau-
kee and St. Paul railway, and pres-
ident of he Varsity "M" club, is
an enthusiastic supporter of the move-
ment for relief from the present over-
crowded conditions of Waterman gym-
nasium. Not only. as an athlete and
interested alumnus, but personally, as
well, is the Badger state man concern-
ed.
It was Killilea who started the first
agitation for a gymnasium for the Uni-
versity of Michigan, and in the winter
of 1884-85 he was given a three weeks'
leave of absence to go to Lansing and
work with the state legislature. A bill
appropriating $50,000 passed the
house, but was defeated in the senate
through the opposition of Campbell, a
graduate of the Ypsilanti Normal
school.
The idea for a gymnasium came to
Killilea through his connection with
the Varsity football team. It was Kil-
lilea who crossed the Harvard line the
only time a Michigan player ever ac-
complished the trick, in the disputed
game of 1881, which the Crimson was
awarded 4 to 0, as the officials ruled it
was too dark to see Killilea when he
scored the winning touchdown.
Michigan played Harvard, Yale and
Princeton on successive days that sea-
son, and the players brought back with
them the gymnasium idea. Several,
years after they had left college, Wat-
erman gym was built, but it has been
outgrown. The present Michigan play-
ers and students who have seen the
gymnasiums of other universities are
dissatisfied with their own unsatisfac-
tory equipment, and the present move-
ment on the campus is the result.

Temple Theatre
Mon., Dec. 7-On the Isle of Sarne
(with Mariam Nesbit).
Tues., Dec. 8-The Plum Tree (with
Francis X. Bushman).
Wed., Dec. 9-Martin Chizzlemit (with
Isabel Rea).
Thurs., Dec. io-Perils of Pauline (15
story).
Fri., Dec. i-Moving Picture Cowboy
(with Tom Mix).
Beloved Adventurer (with Arthur
johnson).
Sat., Dec. 12--The Devil's Signature
(with Richard Trovers).
Mary Pickford in The Three Sisters.
COMING NEXT WEEK-Margurite
Courtot in "The Barefoot Boy,"
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ANN ARDOR
Capital - - $100,000
Surplus and Profits $65,000
Directors
Wirt Cornwell, Geo. W. Patterson, H. J. Ab-
bbtt, S. W. Clarkson, il. D. Kinne, Harrison
Soule, Waldo M. Abbott, Dan B. Sutton, Fred
Schmid.
Order HILL'S SWEET
CIDER Phone 21404
Why not have it deliveled regularly bi or tri-
vatives used. Visit the mill at the orchard.
KENMORE BROOK ORCHARDS
Arcade Theatre
Monday-Tuesday, December 4-8.
"LOLA" another Shubert feature with
Clara Kimball Young in the difficult title
role.
Wednesday-Thursday, December 9-io.
To be announced.
Friday-Saturday, December 11-1
ANDREW MACK noted Irish Come-
dian and character actor in the comedy-
drama "THE RAGGED EARL."

OFM
FUuertft,

Table Cooking, Sets

For use with Gas.

Toasters, Chafing -Dshes, Coffee
Percolators% and all* accessories "for,
Table Cooking.
Gas does the work quicker and
better than Electricity.
Concealed floor connection under
the table making the outfit entirely
portable.
We invite your attention for
Christmas Gifts.

le Reliable Laun dry
ible for your laundry linen.
r yout linen, but mends it.
)mie'to sew on buttons, but does it.
LAUNDRY wants your trial to show that it is Reliable.
-us to serve you. Prompt service.

215 S. Fourth Ave.

WASNItNAW 04S COMPANY

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IATEUR FINISHING
CAMPUS VIEWS
PORTRAITS

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& NICKELS

The only.Studio on the Camus

Phone 310-3

.al Photographers For The, MICHIGANENSI&N

20 minute periods each week.
Manager'Aussell Dean, of last year's
championship team, the senior lits,
has made efforts to secure a place
down town to practice, but has been
unsuccessful. Two years ago the team
was able to practice in the city "Y,"
by the payment of a special fee, but
even this privilege could not be se-
cured this year.
Managers of a couple of the teams
have made efforts to secure practice
halls in Ypsilanti. Intramural Direc-
tor Rowe, before he left for his inspec-
tion tour through the middle west,
searched the town thoroughly for a
place in which he could allow the dif-
ferent class teams to practice, but re-
ported no success. Class basketbpall
managers, especially of the underclass
teams, feel that their teams are at a
disadvantage in entering a game with
two or three hours of actual practice.
It is expected that on the return of
Director Rowe, further efforts to 10-
cate a practice hall will be made.

TRANSIT MARKET
Wm. LINDEMAN

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TAILORS

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rvice and durability, built on the lines of fashionable Tailor-
, you will find in the Myles productions.
Our own Tailors and our dwn Workshops

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618 E. LIBERTY STREET

ditor, The Michigan Daily:-
There has never been a more urgent
need among children of Ann Arbor for
warm clothing, new shoes, and winter
underwear, than at the present time.
Will not every fraternity clothe a boy,
and every sorority, and approved
rooming house a girl, thus making the
children happy for Christmas, and for
the rest of the year? One fraternity
has already pledged $50 to clothe 10
boys.
If this call appeals to any fraternity
or sorority, full particulars may be
obtained by telephoning 892-M.
MRS. W. H. WAIT,
President, Ann Arbor Federation of
Charities.
CLASS BASKETBALL MANAGERS
LOOK FOR PLACE TO PRACTICE
Can Use Waterman Gym During See-
ond Semester Only; Down
Town Lacks Room

Fresh and Salt Meats
Pork, Ham Poultry, etc.
Bell Phone 2294 212 N. 4th Ave.
PARTICULAR LAUNDRY,
FOR
PARTICULAR
PEOPLE
CITY LAUNDRY
IHOS. ROWS, Prop.
406 DetroIt St. Phone 457-M

Home-Mwde Candi s
AT
302 So. Main Street

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F. E. BAKER DIES IN HOSPITAL
3latliematies Assistant Succumbs to
Appendicitis Operation
Forrest R. Baker, '07, an assistant
in the mathematics department, died
at the hospitalSaturday afternoon, fol-
lowing an operation for a ruptured ap-
pendix last Thursday. Baker was first
treated by a local physician who later
referred him to the university hospital
authorities. An operation was found
necessary, from which Baker was un-
able to recover.
He is survived by a widow and two
children ir this city, while his father,
brother and sister live in Ripley, N. Y.
After graduating from the university
in 1907, Baker was an instructor at
Oberlin college, later acting as super-
intendent of schools at Olivet.
Funeral services will be held at the
Baptist church, at 1:30 o'clock this af-

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Our- Ho11d2'hy G-ifts
NOW BEING DISPLAYED
Corns in and let uss show yo-ts
MANN&WALKE . 23 S..Main stre
9P hone 876

Draws Curve of 14 Years' Eirollment
Prof. C. T. Johnston, of the survey-
ing department, has made an enroll-
ment curve showing the attendance fig-
ures in that department during the
past 14 years. The curve, which is an
average between the enrollment of the
two semesters of the college year,
shows an increase of 15 students each
year. Working on the same basis, the,
curve has been extended to include
the coming years up to 1921-22. It is
estimated that 400 will be enrolled at
that time. The curve has already re;
ceived the approval of Dean M. E.
Cooley of the engineering department,
and will be mailed today to Regent L.
L. Hubbard, who represents the engi-
neering department.
Blanding, Ex-Varsity Twirler, to Marry
Fred Blanding, former star Varsity
twirler, will marry Clara M. Shields,
of Cleveland in the near future. Bland-
ing is now a member of the Cleveland
baseball team, of the American league.

ARRO-1W
Donclester SHIRTS
THE bosoms always
remain flat an~d
creaseless. They can-
not bulge or break
Cluett, Peabody&Co.,Ind.,Makers,Troy, N.Y
Buy your Conklin Pen at Van Do
en's Pharmacy, 703 Packard street.
In future all ears stop at Goodye
Drug Store.

In an endeavor to secure a place for
their teams to practice, class basket-
ball managers are raking Ann Arbor
with a fine-tooth comb. Waterman
gymnasium is available the second

Best shoe shining.
cleaned and blocked.
& Co.

Hats of all
Next to W

semester only, and then for just two ternoon.

We have a select
Ivory. Sugden Drug
street. .

stock of VG
Co., 302 S.

ality Tailor
We make suits for both
LADIES and GENT'S
SSO make over-garments in con-
nection with our dress-making
department. Come in and try
us. Fvening gowns a specialty,
Phone iooTj
J. J. SCHANTZ

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TYPEWRITER
BARGAIN S
We have a few Trial Machines
which we offer at greatly reduced
prices on the easiest of terws. Will
be glad to have you try them.
We rent typewriters, too.
ROYAL TYPEWRITER CO. INC.
A. H. COHEN, Resident s.alesman
Phone 2282 1314 So. University Avenue

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"I Want to Go Back to Michigan"
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LOST-Loose leaf note book in the li-
brary. Please return to library
when found. 61
University Ave. Pharmacy, Drugs

Call 522 for Holmes Taxi, Li
sine or carriage. 522.
University Ave. Pharmacy. Foui
Pens and Student Supplies.
University Ave. Pharmacy. Easl
Films all sizes.
522 will bring a Holrps Ta
your door at any hour.

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