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December 12, 1915 - Image 4

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C)UR TGIF E MICH3IGAN DAILY,

CHRISTMAS

SPECIALS

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The Beauty of my
Business is

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FLOWERS for
CHRISTMAS

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The spirit of Xmas reaches its highest expression
in Flowers. As gifts, they are supreme in convey-
ing to those you iove all that you would have repre-
sented by your gift.
Here you will find all that is best ini Flowers,.
Plants, Decorations and original creations in Cor-

sages, Baskets and Wteaths.
early.

Leave your order

Mrs. Flandcrs Flower shop

2 3 East Liberty Street:
Phone 294

WE DELIVER

Pre-Festival Concert Series

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The Michigan chapter, Sons of the
American Revolution, has been the
latest addition to the ranks of the
Michigan Good Fellows. In a com-
.zniA.lcation received yesterday from
one of the of icers of the sociely, he
eclcosed 450 tickets to a lecture to bc
gi : tn ' by two lrrominent Ann
Arbor citizens, and said that the so-
ciety wished to give the funds real-
i:ed i romn the sale of the tickets to
the Good Fellow fund.
The lecture which is to be in thE
form cf two illusstrated travalogues
by Regent Juiius E. Beal, on Russia,
and Professor John R. Allen, of the
engineering college, on Turkey. will
be held at 8:00 o'clock next Wednes-
day evening in the high school audi-
torium, and it is hcped that the en-
tire seating section will be sold out.
The Good Fellow Editor is now or-
ganizing a committee to handle the
'ale of the tickets, and a number of
men, prominent in campus activities
will probably offer the paste boards
for sle early Monday morning.
The local committee of the Red
Cross have also made an appealtc
the Goad fellows for aid in collect-
lug men's clothing for thae Belgian suf-
x~ar~rs, and any mnen on the camnpus
who have clean clothes which they
:re willing to. give foar this work are.
asked to send word to the Good Fel-
low Editor at once.
At the junior law party Friday night
the introduction of the Good Fellow
dance provedso popular that the in-
novation was introduced at the regu-
lar Union party last night, and it is
expected that it will be continued at
all of the parties to be held before the
beginning of the winter recess.
In the mail yesterday, an individuai
contribution of one dollar was re-
ceived, and one of the campus soci-
eties sent in a check for ten dollars
in addition to a large number o' I
smaller amounts that have been re-
ceived from individuals..

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S.A.R. MOBiIZES
TO HELP IN GOOD
FELLOW PROJECT

FOAL PATRIOTIC SOCIETY TO
P R ES EN T LEC T URES I N AI)
OF SUFFERERS

VALESKA SUIIJATTE'
in "The Soul q' Broadway," Majestic
Thleatro Today
The bill opening at the Majestic
Monday night will be headed by Tom
Linton and his nine "Jungle Girls,"
presenting singing and dancing. An
extra attraction is the Royal Italian
Quintet, stars from the late Lombardi
Grand Opera 'company. There will
also be comedy talking and juggling
by competent artists.
"Daddy Long Legs," one of the big-
gest theatrical successes of the season,
will be seen at the Whitney theatre
Thursday, D ecember 16, with Henry
Miller and Ruth Chatterton taking the
principal parts. The play, which was
written by Ruth Webster, a niece of
the late Mark TwainIisda dramatiza-
tion of the famous .Daddy Long Legs
letters which appeared as a serial
story in one of the big magazines
three years ago. The plot of the play
blends a fascinating love story with
bubbling whimsical humor and the
characters are a quaint little modern
Cinderella and anuup-to-date Prince
Charming, who become the figures in
a particularly attractive plot.
Business Opportunity
Just right for two student. $4,0f'
takes established business clearing
>ver $200 per month. If you mear
>usiness, write Michigan Daily, Box
XX. novZ7tf

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New
Is Now Ready. One Hundred and
Eighty Pages of Michigan Songs and
Viws of Ann Arbor.

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REPEAT 601 ELLOW DANCE

At The Thaatros '
Nothing that quite equals the nov-
elty of many of the scenes in "The
Soul of Broadway," starring Valeska
Suratt, at the Majestic today, has been
displayed through the medium of mo-
tion picture camera since the making
of the first crude "flickers."

Price, $2.00

o J Cross Committee Makes Appeal
for Mue's Clothes for Wlgi n
Suafferers.

'They..ShouldHave One

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* -Christmas GiftsI
HALLER JEWELRY CO. STATE ST. JEWELERS
(2UA LiLY1. i U VURA SN EDL
J lain or Fancy 3oxes. Packed &mailed anywhere
Betsy Ross Shop 6o E. Liberty St.
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for,

MUSIC

Classic, Operatic

nd Popu'ar Song-

VIOLtNl 1T
H I LL MONDAY EVENING
AUDITORIUM ~Decemnber 13
SOME ELMAN HEADLINES FROM TIlE DAILY PAPERS
The following headlines were culled from rtric'sms ini the Daily
papers, on Elman's last tour of America:
"Elman, Famous Russian, Gives Great Concert."
"Eniman Draws Capacity House."
"Young Violinist Dazzles Great A udieiice."
"Elnian Gives Rare Enjoyment.
"Elman Takes N ew York by Storm."
"E ,ln A gain (Charms Music Lovers.'
"Elmaii, the Great Russian Virtuoso.
"Elinan Wins Marked Personal Tribute."
"Elman's Work Much Enjoyed."
"Elnan TrIumplaant."
"Elman Plays Won derfiilly;"
"El maia i Has Grseat Ovaltion."
"Elnan Gained in Poise and Maturity."4
"Elnian has Gained ii Delicacy."
"Turn Off Lights, But They Stay to Hear Elman."

cycles and .Chioice Collections.

CHILDREN'S SO NG BOOKS

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tATORY CLASS GIVES RECITAI
eases Large Audience With Program
of Interpretive Readings

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Prof. R. D. '>. *.4 ilister's classes in
interpretive rca ing gave a very en-
tertaining recital Thursday night in
room 205, N. W.
The classes took for their material
several appropriate poems from pop-
alar and standard authors. Some of
these poems were of a humorous na-
ture, while also there were some which

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were serious.
The classes were divided into sev-
oral groups, each group giving a num-
ber of selections from each author.
Perhaps the best and well known au-
thors whose poems were interpreted
by the classes, were: Wordsworth,
Paul Lawrence Dunbar, and Drum-
mond. The principal selections from
Wordsworth were "Summer Night,"
and "A Negro Love Song."
The program lasted for about an
hour, and was of a pleasing and inter-
esting nature. Each selection was well
given and showed the work which.

No roller skating Monday or Thurs-
Iay evening so that the ice skaters
nay enjoy the music without the
noise of roller skating. dec11,12
CHRISTMAS
Everything in Christmas presents
for men. N. F. Allen Co., Clothiers.
Main St. eodFri
House party time is drawing nigh.
See us for party Taxi Service. We
have the equipment. We are prepared
to take care of you efficiently. Stark
Taxicab Co. Phone 225. AOVltf
GLO IRS
0er men, best known stakes at reeei-
able priees, en isle by I. P. Allen k
CE., Mfa street, wed-eod

HAWAIIAN UKULELES

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BIG BUSINESS

1Whenever figures are quoted concerniniig M iscla Elnian, the Russian
violin genius, the brain is apt to become dizzy trying to count up the
totals as to the iiumber of concerts in one season, the mamnioth audi-
eaces, thle box office receipts, the encores, the list of compositions
played and the demand for his Victor Records.. At Elman's age (he
is just twenty-four), the most sensational pianist of this age was liv-
ing in poverty and unknown.. The inmort al Mozart of the seventeeiith
century was a "Wunderkind," but hlie died in poverty, and was buried
in an unknown grave.. Elman, the youthful magician of the magic
strings, lives like a prince in the best hotels, counts his wealtlhin
seven figures, is royally feted everywhere, and everything connected
with hian hints that he is the re-incarnation of a Midas whose every
touch produced gold. Even in one se~asoii (l9h1-i 9l) wzhen Elnian
took a much needed vacatioii, financiers will sftag'g'er whieni they are
told that this holiday cost Enllan $2i0,f $0.
COURSE TICKETS (good for Elian, PaderewskI, and New
York Philharmonic Orchestra Concert., and containing
Three-dollar May Festival Coupon) $3 004-$3.50.
SINGLE CONCERT , $1.00

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Neckwea~r
One of the most acceptable
gifts, if properly selected

We have always paid particular attention to the selec-
tion of our neckwear and are in a position to help you in
making your selection.
Tinker and Company
Corner S. State and William Sts.

Banjo Mandolins and Guitars
Victor-Victrolas and Records
The Finest of Christmas G i ft s
PIANOS and PIANO-PL AYER S
Every Home Should Have Music at
Christmas Time
Corner Maynard and William Streets

Open evenings Dec. 3th until Christmas

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