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Going Like Hot Cakes
The 100 Kodaks at from Y3 to Y/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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GYM RESOLUTION FAVORED BY
ADDITIONAL CAMPUS SOCIETIES
Resolutions favoring increased gym-
nasium facilities have been passed by
three more campus societies within
the past few days. Griffins passed fa-
vorably upon the resolution at a meet-
ing Wednesday night, while Archons
and Barristers took similar action yes4
terday. Thus far, every society which
has considered the resolution has tak-
en favorable action.
All petitions, whether filled or not,
should be left at the office of The
Michigan Daily, not later than tomor-
row noon, as they must be in shape
for presentation to the Board of Re-
gents at the next meeting.
Freiburg Student to Speak About War
John Metz, of Freiburg, Germany,
president of the International Stu-
dents federation, will speak at the
Presbyterian church at 7:30 o'clock'
Sunday evening. His topic will be
"The Present War and Reconstruc-
tion." It is also expected that Dr.
George W. Nasmyth, of Boston, direc-
tor of the International Student bu-
reau and one of the directors of the

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House of Famous Plays by Famous Players
Friday, Dec. 11th-H. B. Warner in
Ghost Breakers, by Paul Dicky.
Saturday, Dec. 12th-Jack Barimar in
An American Citizen.
Extra-The Police Dog.
Mon.-Tues., Dec. 14-15-David Higgins
in His Last Dollar.
World Peace foundation, will be pres-
ent, will be present and speak on the
same subject.
The two will be here Saturday to
look after the organization of an In-
ternational Polity club at Michigan
and an effort will be made to have
both stay over Sunday. Mr. Metz was
a student at Freiburg, coming to this
country only a few weeks ago. Mr.
Nasmyth was traveling in Germany
when the war broke out.
Christmas cigars and Christmas can-
dy. University Ave. Pharmacy. tf

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Quarterback gives you the strategy and sc
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You live the game.
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and principles of football in the cle'
and most fascinating manner ever devil
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A Musical Comedy of Song Hits and dancing "Beauties"
Big Country Store Night at the Malestic, Thursday, December 17.
$100.00 in prizes given away absolutely Free.
Order your seats now.
Ladies' Souvenir Matinee every Tues. and Fri. School children's Matinee every Saturday; any child under 12 years 5c. Matinees Tues., Wed., Fri. and Sat.

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Matinee Prices: 1000 Seats at 1o, a few reserved at 15c.

Night Prices: Entire Main Floor 25c, entire Balcony 20c

Only first show t night is reserved.

Seats held untlt 7:30

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t Goodyear See "Michigan's Famous Band" and
tf the "Roosters" arriving at the Copley
-- Plaza in motion pictures at the Majes.
Michigan's tic Mon., Tues., Wed., Dec. 14, 15, 16.
Lngell, also 62-47

For Musical Instruments of Every
Description, Victrolas, and Edison Di-
amond Disc Machines, go to SCHAE-
BERLE & SON MUSIC HOUSE, Main
Street. eod Wed.I
See in motion pictures at the Ma-
jestic Mon., Tues., Wed., Dec. 14, 15,
16, the entire crowd that went to the
Harvard game viewing Niagara Falls.
62-67
Monday, Tuesday,. Wednesday, Dec.
14, 15, 16-The Majestic will show
"The Trip to Harvard" in motion pi-
tares. 6"-7

See the most phenominal pictures of
a touchdown ever made at the Majestic
Mon., Tues., Wed., December 14, 15,
16. 62-67
The Majestic Theatre will show
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Decem-
ber 14, 15, 16, all incidents that
happened on "THE TRIP TO lHAR..
YARD." This is one of the greatest
motion pictures ever made. 62-67
See the Michigan-Pennsylvania game
play by pl.y at the Majestic Mon.
Toes., Wed., Deccember 14, 16,"16.
62--67

A laundry agency proposition bring- Order your seats now f
ing good commission is open to a wide- sack of flour at the "Coup
awake student. Address T care Daily. Night at the Majestic, Thu
62-3-4 17th.

big

ARNOLD & CO.

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Jewelers

220 So. Main

62-67
at the

See the student's cheering section in
the "Block M" at the Pennsylvania"
game in motion pictures at the Majes-
tic Mon., Tues., Wed., Dec. 14, 15, 16.
62-47
Maybe you can win a big sack of
flour at the "Country Store" Night at
the Majestic, Thursday, Dec. 17th.
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522 will bring a Holmes Taxi to Call 522 for Holmes Taxi, Limou-
your door at any hour. tf sine or carriage. 522. t!

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Jewelry
Diamonds
Toilet Ware
Brass Goods
Chime Clocks

Michigan Jewelry
Cut Glass
Sterling Ware
Leather Goods
Silverware

$100.0

DIG TWO BUCKS OUT OF YOUR JEANS, HVNT A WOMAN (A COME TO TII

iday, Dec.
of prizes
bor Mer-
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FRIDAY'
Dee 11,9 p.m.

Flocks of Features, F1un and
Frills for Finicky Fellows!1

PLACE

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MICHIGAN
UNION

ARNOLD & CO., 220

'o obterdn the precious pasteboards, call 236 or 374

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