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Consider a Kodak for Christmas
I am showing all the latest models
at from $5.00 to $100.00
Nothing can please so permanently.
Brownies for the Kiddies $t .oo up.
LYNDON 719 N. University

BONWIT TELLER &,C
FIFTH AVENUE AT 38TH STREET
NEW YORK
New Originations
In Dainty Accessories
de Ojeune file"
Exquisite and unusual interpretations in those thousand and one
necessaries and vanities that complete the costume of the young girl.
(Hsiery and footwear especially adapted to the Tailleur, Sports and
Leisure Needs of the girl at college?)

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Maneenety s GAR RICK week o
and Sa. De6
DETROIT
The one big dramatic sensation of
the decade
Am R C uA D E
Shows at 3, 6:30, b:oo, and 9:30 P. M.
Thuraday, Lecember9-Francis X.Bush-
man and Marguerite Snow in "The
second in Command." Metro.
Frid :y, Dec. o-Valli Valli in "The
Woman Pays." Metro.
Monrlay, December 13-Charlie Chapin
in 'In the Bank' , Two parts.

Write to us for sugges-
tions of
"What to Wear.
You'll find them orig-

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Shall we send you a
copy of the Bonwit
Teller Gift Book,- to
help with your Christ-
mas giving?

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FRAYER SPEAKS AT SMOKER HITNEYIThursday
Professor Says Technical Departments IT HEAT R E E

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I.4triCtly 4
Arierican
Made
aa
ere's the upper class-
mnan' faRvorie pipe- 1
bowl of genuine renc
briar, mounted with v
sterling silver ring and
sid vidanite rsouh-
pieCe. All dealers;, 50c. ~

Excel Those of Lit School
Prof. William A. Frayer, of the his-
tory department, speaking at the se-
nior lit smoker last night, asserted
that liberal education in this country
may rapidly become the farce that
men in technical schools already
charge it with becoming.
He further says that in the United
States our technical departments are
head high over the literary depart-
ments. In order to change this the
literary student will have to put in
more hours of work. However, no
form of education is so qualified to
solve public problems as the kind of
education that the literary department
is trying to give.
The smoker program was intro-
duced with a piano-banjo duet by Dean
J. DeButts, '18E, and Halstead Cot-
tington, 19.
SOPH LITS MEET; DANCE AND
ATHLETICS ARE DISCUSSED
At their meeting yesterday the soph
lit class announced a dance to be
given Saturday afternoon and made
arrangements for the payment of dues
today. The dues will be collected at
the athletic desk in University hall
from 2:30 till 5:00 o'clock. The ques-
tions of hockey, indoor baseball and
future social events were also dis-
cussed at the meeting and it was voted
to give the class football team
sweaters.
INVITE EPISCOPAL STUDENTS
TO HARRIS HALL RECEPTION
A reception for all Episcopal stu-
dents will be held in Harris hall Fri-
day afternoon, December 10, from 4:00
to 6:00 o'clock for the purpose of
having the parishioners of the church
and a nuber of the faculty men and
their wives meet the students.
S. H. Strothman, '10, a Visitor
Sylvester H. Strothman, '10, is
spending a few days in Ann Arbor.
Mr. Strothman is theforst examiner
of the California national forest, and
has control over a million acres of
forest land. He is engaged in exten-
sive forest survey work, and in lum-
ber sale work for the United States
forest service.
Sharfman to Speak in Grand Rapids
Prof. I L. Sharfman, of the Eco-
nomics department, will speak at
Grand Rapids next Sunday, December
12, on the subject, "Self Culture and
Democracy."
Professor Sharfman will deliver this
address under the auspices of the
Fountain Street Baptist church of that
city.
Villaistas Capture Town of Fronteras
Douglas, Arizona, Dec. 8.-After a
sharp engagement General Jose Rodri-
guez and his Villa army captured
Fronteras, south of Aqua Prieta, to-
day, driving south the Carranza forces
under General Palles.

DEVID BE1LASCO
PRESENTS
--in-
The Most Notable Play
of the Year
A Story of Convent Life;
Hof Innocence Brought
Defenccess into Con-
t ,ct with the World
By Edward Knoblauch
Author of "Kismet," "The Faun"
and "M Lady's Dress"
W th the Same Splendid Cast
and Notable Production that
Marked Miss Starr's Sensation-
al Engagement of 150 Nights at
tie Belasco Theatre, New York
Prices: 50c. 5c-$1.00-$1.5O-$2.00
Seats on Sale Tues., Dec. 7

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We have just
made a lot of
Hat s for the
Holidays in the
very latest
shapes
SPECIAL
SALE
REDUCED
25 to 50%
These are all up-to-date
Hats-Odd sizes-To
close out
Factory
Hat Store
118 E. Huron St.
Near Allenel Hotel
W. W. MANN, Proprietor

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ILLINOIS THREATENS TO SEVER
RELATIONS WITH CONFERENCE
Chicago, Ill., Dec. 8.-Western con-
ference officials received something of
a jolt today when Illinois athletic
leaders intimated that, should base-
ball be abolished in the conference,
the Urbana school might follow Mich-
igan out of the conference. That body
lost considerable of its prestige when
Michigan severed its relations with its
natural rivals, and to let one of its
best remaining schools get loose would
weaken it still more.
Illinois is in a position to force the
conference officials to sit up and take
notice. Last fall it won the cham-
pionship' and this season the Urbana
boys were tied for first place with
Minesota. Always it has been a big
factor in baseball, and has'several
times had one of the best nines in the
conference.
Prof. Hollister's Classes to Recite
The classes of Prof. R. D. T. Hol-
lister in interpretive reading, will
give a public recital tonight in room
205, N. W., at 8:00 o'clock.
The program will consist of a few
short poems by popular and standard
authors selected from a number read
by the class so far this year.
U-NOTICE
Freshman law class will hold a
meeting this afternoon at 4:00 o'clock
in room B, of the Law building, for
the purpose of adopting a constitution.
Senior Architects Hold Class Meeting
At the class meeting of the senior
architects held yesterday afternoon,
class dues and the page in the Mich-
iganensian were discussed. The class
has decided to have a cane committee.
We set glass. C. H. Major & Co.
Phone 237. edtdec2l1

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lajestic Billiard Hall
Prospan & Kokalles

congressional circles this is taken to
mean that there will be no public
building or river and harbor bills in-'
troduced. The great seriousness of
this ruling will be brought home to
many members of the House and Sen-
ate. For a number of years Congress
has authorized building probrams that
have called for appropriations total-
ling more than $1,000,000,000.
Polish your floors with Old English
Floor Wax. C. H. Major & Co. Phone
237. edtdec2l
2255 2255 2255 2255

DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION TO
MEET AT ST. LOUIS IN JUNE
Washington, Dec. 8.-Democratic
National committee convening here
yesterday elected St. Louis as a meet-
ing place of the 1916 Democratic Na-
tional convention. St. Louis received
26 votes, Dallas 14 votes and Chicago
12. June 14 was fixed as the date for
the convention.
Graduate to Lecture to Chemists
"Ferro-Tungsten as an Industry," is
the title of a paper to be read by Mr.
R. L. Sessions, '09, before the De-
cember meeting of the University of
Michigan section of the American
Chemical society which will be held
in the ampitheatre of the chemistry
building at 4:15 o'clock this afternoon.
British Embargo Jamaica Logwood
Boston, Dec. 8.-British order5 have
embargoed all logwood exports from
the island of Jamaica, which is one
of the biggest suppliers of that ma-
terial in the world. American dye-
wood companies will suffer severely.

ROLLER SKATING EVERY EVENINC
AND SATURDAY AFTERNOON
Ice Skating as soon as the eather Permits"

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Xmas Gifts

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Leather Pillows
"M" Books
Fountain Pens
Michigan Rings & Spoons
A Box of Candy

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