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Going Like Hot Cakes.
The 100 Kodaks at from 3 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 buy a kodak for a
mere trifle.
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PiTT TICKETS FOR SENIOR 11T
SKIT IN COMMITTEE'S HANDS
Pasteboards Rave Instructions to Meet
at Certain Building, 4:30
O'clock Tuesday
Although tickets for the senior lit
"Half Dollar Mystery" are to be put
on sale by the committee this morn-
ing, little additional information as to
the character of the affair has been
given out.
The tickets merely tell the time of
the event, and bear instructions for
the owner to report at a certain build-
ing at 4:30 o'clock next Tuesday. This
seems to indicate that the guests are
to be collected in groups of 25 or 30,
and led to the place where the festivi-
ties will be held.
Every ticket is numbered differently.
A committeeman announced that this
was to facilitate Santa Claus in the
distribution of the Christmas favors.
Tiekets for the affair can be pro-
cured by senior women from Alice Wi-
arq, Marjorie Delevan, Marion M\e-
Pherson, and Fanny Hogan. Senior
men can get their admission cards
from Chester Lang, Louis Friedman,
Harry Gault, J. L. O'Hara, Howard
Marsh and Ralph Rice.j
Rifle Club Meets to Organize Today
Michigan's rifle club will meet in
room 311 of the new engineering build-
ing at 7:30 o'clock tonight to hear
Major Pack of the Michigan National
Guards speak, and to adopt some plans
for permanent organization, the pres-'
ent arrangements being merely tern-
,porary.
Prof. Cross Talks in Grand Rapids'
Prof. H. R. Cross,uof the fine arts de-
partment, will lecture in Grand Rap-
ids tonight under the auspices of the
Art association on "The Story of
American Art."

Orpheux Theatre
House of Famous Plays by Famous Players
Sat., Dec. 5-Return Date, By Request-
C hril Scott in, "The Day of Days."
Uary Pickford in "As It Is In Life," Re-
print Picture.
Mon., Tues., Dec. 7--Max Figman in
"What's His Name" by Geo. Barr Mc-
Coutcheon.
Wed., Dec. g-t Day Only-Octovia Hand-
worth in "The Path Forbidden" by Jas.
rne.
Fresh architects meet at 3:00 o'clock
today, room 311 engineering building.
Web and Flange meet in room 307,
new engineering building at 4:00
o'clock today.
Posipone Second Religious Service
Because of the change of time in the
opening of the Christmas vacation, the
second of the union religious services,
which was to have been held in Hill
auditorium, Sunday, December 20, will
be held in the Methodist church. As
usual, the service will be given under
the auspiees of the -Federation of Re-
ligious Workers. The program will
be arranged by the Methodists, and
Bishop Edwin H. Hughes, of San Fran-
cisco, will be the speaker;
A laundry agency proposition bring-
ing good commission is open to a wide-
awake student. Address T care Daily.
62-3-4
See the;most phenominal pictures of
a touchdown ever made at the Majestic
)Ton., Tues., Wed., December 14, 15,
16. 62-07

ANGELI SISTERS
2 Pretty Girls with Pretty Clothes

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DODSON &
Singers and Dacers

d 4 Every Night at 7:30&9:00 Mat.-Tue-Wed-Frl-Sat. at 3 p.m.
Phoneil Ph one
Best Vaudeville Show of the Season
Monday,Iuesday, Wed., Dec. 7,8
LUCAS & FIELD
Society Singers Singing Sassy Songs

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MAJESTIC MUSICAL FOUR
In a Merry Melange of Mirth & Music'

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MLLE, MARTHA
"Two Girls in a Sens

Ladies

nir Matinee Every Tuesday and Friday.
nee Every Saturday; Any Child inder 12
Show at Night is Reserved--Seats
VG-Max Bloom "'That's MS

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of Music

Music

Tee Up! Smoke Up!
S satisfying as the sounding
smack of the perfect drive, is
the open-air relish of the perfect
smoke-Tuxedo. Both go together,
too. When you grab your bag and
start for the links, grab up your tin
of Tuxedo and take it along.
"Follow through" the snappy after-
noon with Tuxedo. Put Tuxedo
in your pipe and you will "put" the
best. And at "the nineteenth hole"
rest up and relax with a good,-solid
smoke of Tuxedo. That's the ad-
vice of good golfers everywhere.

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Phone 1242

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The Perfect Tobacco for Pipe and Cigarette
Tuxedo positively cannot bite-not
even if you smoke pipeful after
pipeful, as many as you can crowd
into a day or a week.
Tuxedo is made of only the finest,
choicest, selected leaves of perfectly
aged Burley tobacco. It is made by
the original "Tuxedo Process"
which-removes every trace of bite and
sting and develops all the wonderful
mildness, fragrance and flavor of the
Burley Leaf in a way that no other
brand of tobacco has ever success-
fully imitated.
YOU CAN BUY TUXEDO EVERYWHERE
Convenient pouch Famous green tin,
inner-lined with SG with gold lettering. 10C
moisture-proofpaper curved to fit pocket
In Glass Humidors, 50c and 90c
I J E Send us 2 cents in stamps for post-
age and we will mail you a souvenir
tin of TUXEDO tobacco to any
point in the United States. Address
I THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
Room 1299 111 Fifth Avenue New York

[ !ere are such Suits as young men have never had a
chance to faiy before for $25. They are actually cus.
tomn tailored Clothes. We cut the patterns for them.
They are English Models,- designed especially for
young men. As different from ready-made styles as a
1T1; Packard from a five-year old buzz wagon. Smart
lines ; sterling quality throughout; every inch a{
thoroughbred.

't be Just One of the Mob in Dress;
r One of These Distinctive Models
ny imported materials in the assortment, such as Bannockburn Cheviots and
lish Serges; soft uninished worsteds; rugged homespuns; patterns not ob-
able elsewhere.

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George Becker, '16, sang the leading
tenor role in the cantata "Rose Mai-
den," by Cowan, with the choral socie-
ty of Pontiac on Monday and Tues-
day evenings. Becker has been a pu-
,ail of Mr. William Howland. former
head of the vocal department, for the
past three years. This fall Becker
was engaged as tenor soloist in the
choir at Tcmple Beth El, Detroit.,
More than 500 persons have already
enrolled in the Detroit Institute of
Musical Art, of which William How-
land, formerly head of the vocal de-
partment of the university school of
music, is a director. Five branches
have also been established in differ-
ent parts of the city, and at Royal
Oak and Pontiac.
Mr. Howland will read a paper on
"The Vocal Teacher's Opportunity in
America's Musical Awakening," at the
convention. of the National Music
Teachers to be held in Pittsburg, on.
December 30.
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Dec.
14, 15, 16-The Majestic will shoivw
'The Trip to Harvard" in, motion pie-
tures. 62-67

C Chr s Sggestions for the Home!

ALEX CAMPBELL
Country Club,
Brook-line, Mass.
"I am always glad to
speak a good word for Tux-
edo tobacco. Constant use
of it only serves to make it
better liked. Its fragrant,
soothing flavor makes it the
choice of many golfers."
ALEX ROSS
National Open Champion,
1907. says:
"Tuxedo, cool and mild,
is essentially the smoke that
satisfies. Many ofmyfellow
golfers agree with me in giv-
ing preference to Tuxedo."

The Selecting is Best while the Assortment
is unbroken and before the crowds come in.

Our Floors are filled with the

price is only. $2 . Couldn't duplicate the quality or
i made-to-measure Sit for less than $So.
interested?

workmanship or

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best of
d Yankee
wait your
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JORDAN
TAILOR

Full Dress
Waistcoats
Very new and fash-
ionable to the last de-
gree-white Pique
Waistcoats for full
dress wear.
Ten Dollars I

FINEST FURNITURE
Awaiting your Inspection
By this we mean all those objects which go to make a home
beautiful, such as
Davenports Tables Chairs Rockers Desks
Cabinets Portiers Draperies Rugs, etc.
and will particularly appeal to you at this Christmas season.

WANTED-Space for ad. Watch
space tomorrow. Balmacaan
suit sale. 334 S. State St

this
and
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Lafayette Boulevard
and Wayne Street

See in motion pictures at the na-
jestic Mon., Tues., Wed., Dec. 14, 15,
16, the entire croh-d that went to the
Harvard game viewing Niagara Falls.1
-..,. 6"-67

Marti.
Furniture, Rugs. tam

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