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Igor Pl ctx.xve Irnserts - The grandest
line ever shown-nmade to. fit any size pictues-
some for enlargements-and they make most wel-
come "little gifts.'" Don't put it off until the last
minute, bring in your negatives now.

BONWIT TELLER CO
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FIFTH AVENUE AT.3 8Tt STREE'T
NEW YORK
Mlay we send yeti
the Bonwit Teller Gift BooksI
--the book of gift-giving inspirations to help your deciding "What
Gift." You'll find this book an exposition of the unusual---a gathering-
together of gifts with personality. Bonwit Teller Originations, Ex-
elusive Importations,.---vividly pictured, conveniently priced'.

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0HUM M ain ee Weekof
OR I GS mml and Sat. DDARIC"K Nov. 29
DETROIT
TENDRS RSIGNTIONThe Big Musical Review

Former Head of Pasteur Institute to
Join California Board of
health

34Musical Numbers
ARCADE
Shows at 3, 6:3o, S:oo, and 9.30 P. M.
Thursday, D)ec. 2-Gail Kane in "Her
1Great Match," by Clyde Fitch. Metro.
Friday, Dec. 3-FranciX. Bushman and
Beverly Bayne in their great success,
"I'ennington's Choice." Metro.
Saturday, Dec. 4-Bickel andl Watson in
t"The Fixer" the screen version of the
famous farce, "Hello Bill." Klein. Also
Part 4 of the "Trip Around the World"
series.
1 "Trip Around the World" every Satuir-
day
* Monday,f Dec. 6---Cliarlie Chaplin in
this ,;reatest comcdy, "Work."
fMILITARY TRA ING MATTER
REFERRED TO NEW (COMMITTEE
(Continued from Page One)
course with Albion two years ago.
' r'mnt Pharma~cy 1Degrees,
The degree of B. S. in pharmacy
was granted to 1=1. R. Wells and A. J.
IHalgren. Mr. E. It. Seibert received
the degree of graduate in pharmacy,
and C. R. Ekler had conferred on him
1 the (degree of M. S. in pharmacy.
r A loan fund tendered by the Francis
N. Hamilton estate was accepted with
thanks and the fund will soon be
available for use by needy students,
sand two fellowships were received,
oflq in Highway engineering which is
to be known as the J. D. Chapin fel-
r lowship and the other in medical re-
search established by W. R. Wooden,
' 79, in memory of C. C. Beach of Battle
1Creek. H. F. Wood was granted the
Edison fellowship of $600.
Chaperons for Unioni Dance Announced
Prof. G. W. Patterson' and Mrs. Pat-
Iterson, and Dr. F. R. Waldron will
1chaperon the (lance at the Michigan
Union next Saturday. The dance com-
4mittee has been appointed as follows:
E. W. Bisbee, '16, chairman; Theodore
Cox, '17, Sherwood Pinkerton, '16,
Bernard F. Beaman, '18. The new pro-
grains have been finished but a mis-
take was made in printing them and
they will have to be sent back to be
corrected.
Learn the new fox trot at the
Packard Academy. Nov. 20-tf
I he Grea

Originations in
Hand Bags,
Neckwear,
Jewel Vanities,
Silk Hosiery.

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Interpretations
of the mode-
Furs, Blouses
Sports Apparel.

WRITIE FOR YOUR COPY TODAY!

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ME N'S HA TS
For The Holidays
New Shapes Just Hade
WE RAVE JIUST COMPLETED A LOT OF
NEW THINGS IN SOFT AND STIFF RATS
FOR THE HOLIDAYS, WE CAN 'SUPPLY
YOUR EVERY WANT IN UP-TO-DATE
HEADG~EAR.
STYLE-ALL THlE WHILE!
-FACTORY HAT STORE
118 E. Huron St.
W. W. Mann, Prop. Near Allenel Hotel

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WATERMAN G~YM IS CROWDED
WITH HANDBALL ASPIRANTS
Although all plans for holding a.
handball tournament before Christ-
mas have been abandoned the courts
at the Waterman gymnasium are
crowded at all times of the afternoon
with students who are practicing the
JACK FROST, the originator of the
Hamburger industry in Ann Arbor is

ga~me to be, in form when the contest
takes place. Besides those actually
playing there is always a large num-
ber of men waiting for a chance to
get on the floor. From the number
of players who are taking an interest
in the sport this season it, is evident
that the tournament will be a large
and hotly contested affair.
Students, 'for the most safe, speedy,
reliable economical Parcel and t.Mes'-

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,EVA ,FAY
ANSWERS YOUR MENTAL QUESTIONS-BAFFLES SOLUTION-
INCOMPARABLE-ENTERTAINING
MANY IMITATORS-NO COMPETITORS
Call it, what you may-telepathy, thought transference, second sight,
sixth sense, or humbuggery, it baffles detection.
SHE LETS YOU GiUESS:
Florence Lorraine & o
"THE WAY TO A MAN'S HEART"
Hut lord & Chai
"THE CULLUD PARSON" and "THE MINSTREL"
ADOLFO
THE VERSATILE ACCORDEONIST
Mle.Asoria &Co.
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EVERYTHING A STUDENT NEEDS
e Stden Suply, Store
i ti ..Unvers:y Ave. Opposite Engineering Arch Phone 1 160-R
YEZS, We de'velop Filmns, only loc. Whty pay mnore?

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