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IxTHE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SPECIAL-

HURRY

WHITNEY, THEATRE

THURSDAY
DECEMBER

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I it-; received 150 Calendars for dxio Vertical Pictyre
Inserts-by xistale in shipping, and by ail ar° anvement with
the maniufaclurer I can close them out at only 33c each the
regular price is Soc. They are beautiful sepia, separatly boxed, and just
the thing to use with an enlargement, or we have some choice views of the
river and boulevard at only 25c. Don't wait -they will soon be gone.

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We are showing eight Stunning Suitings of the very latest and
most Artistocratic weaves for
Meen's Stylish :alloeCohs
In the Woolen World these are coniceded'to be the highest
'ttainmnent in the wonderful Art of Weaving.
~Give them a ONCE OVER."
DRESS SUITS SHIRTS TO
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604 E. Liberty

°T alcolm Block

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SWAIN
713 E. Univ. Av;.

Has on Sale inl Sizes from a Post Card
to 8x [0, the finest Collection of Views
ever taken of A,;u Arbor and the Picture-
sque Huron Valley. Hand-colored Prints
anzd enlargements inad@ to carder. Drop in and
see his work.

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ilR'MM SPEAKRS ON
"COLLEGE BOGIES"
(Continued from Page One)
alms st any offense may be condoned
on the plea of democracy. The es-
sence of democracy is equality of op-
portunity, not equality of rewards.
The Bogey of Culture
And, finally, there is the bogey of
cvulture. Culture, or learning, for its
own sake, is on the defensive among
us., We actually boast of the success
with which we are able to render our-
selves impervious to cultural influ-
ences, and sometimes apologize for
occasionally abandoning ourselves to
study. The distinctive function of a
college. is the train:ag o% the intellect.
"Mixing" may or may not be a good
thing. It depends very largely on the
character of the ingredients that enter
into the process.
And so I admonish you, fellow stu-
dents, not to permit these traditional
bogeys to blind you to the real pur-
pose of a college education, which is
to develop in you the power to sense
out wheat is superior in thought and
action. Be true to your primary duty
as students, which is to meet with
honest endeavor the responsibilities
which the classroom imposes upon.
you. This is a place of study, and
the chief business of the student is
study. Rlelaxation, good-fellowship,
college activities-these afford you
real satisfaction. and contribute to
your Best development only so far as
intellectual fitness mnakes you good
;unet-any for cultivated men and wo-
men."
MG NAMARA, CARUSO'S PUPIL

ARCADE
Shc~ws at 3, 6 :3o, S :o, and 9:,30 P. M.
Tu~esday, De-. i m-Heen Ware in
"Trhe Price." Equhciable. Five parts.
Wednesday, 1?)ec. 13-H-olbrook - lin
and Vivian Martin in "The Butter-
fly on the WheeA.'" World.
Thursday, December 16-Fimily Stevens
in "The Soul of a Woman." Metro re-
turn.

Wednesday nn' We
and sat. GAR ICK De, 13
DETROIT
'VERY GOOD EDDIE':
A rapid-fire. up-to date Musical Comedy
withi sixty players

RUTH*

in Jkan Webster's fascinating comnedy

DADDY LONG LE

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CHATTERTON

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Take your ShoeReirijt
VAN if you want the ni
repaired nrighk.

PRICES : 50 = 75 1.00 _ $1.50 -
Seat Sale Dec. 14--10 A. M. Mail Orders Now.

$2.00

THE NEW SHOP

- 1114 S, N' iriy :a

3, 7:30 and 9 P., M.
TOM LIN TON
and His Jungle Girls
ROYAL ITALIAN UUINTETTE
in Grand Opera -Selections
NADELL & ROGERS
the "Hut" Comedians
CLIFFORD & MACK
in Songs and Dances

ESTABLISHED 1818
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MADI~N V~UECC~. VcRTY~OURh SREt

Our representative, MR. J. A. GORMAN.

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with~ Fall and Winter Styles in Ready-made Clothing

isn't t hat lovely!!
Take the trail of any real wise smoker with a pipe between
his teeth and snatch a mellow whiff of fragrant "Tux."
Then you'll right away hunt up the nearest tobacco shop
and gladly intern a dime in exchange for a green tin of pure
smoke-delight.
"Tux" is going ahead of them allwith a 'speed that makes it look
t like a race between a 60-horse-power motor-car and a steam roller.
It's the fastest- growing brand of smoking tobacco in the world.
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The Perfect Tobacco for Pipe and Cigarette
Tuxedo is the original Burley smoking tobacco, that made pipe-
smoking possible to many ,men, and the
original 'Tuxedo Process" has never
been duplicated. It stands today as the,
most effective treatment for making the
natural leaf deliciously mild and delight-.
fully fragrant and for removing every
trace of "bite."s
Spend a week with Tuxedo. Then
*it will be just one week after another. n! 9

FORUMER STUDENT IN SCHOOL 01'
BEFORE HI II
M-I'. Theodore Hlarrison, head of the
oldepartment of the University
School of Music, has just received
word from one of his" former students,
41s. Edward J. McNamara, the Irish
irrc~r, that he has been accepted a,
a pupil by Caruso, the distinguishes
alrian tzenor or the Metropolitan
3p Sra, comnpany.
Mr, 1Ve \amrara has many friends in
Aein Arbor wino -will be. greatly
,_ asod4with the splendid pro*pectE
which, are open tc. him.
Lstsummer he appeared as a so-
.o-st at one of the faculty concerts
and made a decidedly favorable im-
r;2' s 1;: .2
'1Ehe fact that Caruso has been pre.
i'led upon to accept him as a pu-
:1 is a furthzr substantiation of the
' t i hones which Mr. Harrison has
elrared for the brilliant future of
thstalented young man.
1 r l Si °' C ,_ilDITTEE OF
iiANI3CLUB ALPOINTED)

YOU CAN BUY TUXEDO EVERYWHERE F
Convenient glassine wrapped, i
moisture-pro f pouch . 5 . j
Famous green tin with gold«e
lettering, curved to fit pocket 10'IJC
In Tin Humidors, 40c and 80c
In Glass Humidors, 50c and 90c
THE AMERICAN 'TOBACCO COMPANY
In future all cars stop at Goodyear's' " : ! dsaiI)
IDrug Store. t
Skis, $2.25 to $4.00 at Switzer's, 3101 t.ete21B i i-neo 0ml;
_________________to Ii rifo: ~Atm Arbor;I-inlthe ree-
XHouse party time is drawing nigh. icrd theetofi , ,,.:rh a for t mm?-
See us for party Taxi Service. We! iwue,a " n" , Lon a J. Bulyea, eclipsed
have the equipment. We are prepared all fomc 6te ~~, tuid sm-sued the
to take care of you efficiently. Stark walkin= '< ccl bTween the two
Taxicab Co: Phone 2255. ,ov16tf cities; :forhr e.The teat was ac-
_____ _____ o is'uM , n Ms ulyea.
Folders, announcemients, etc. Try wh'o is a seric mdi,,- the trip

i. Hawley TIapping, president of
_q, Illinois club, has appointed the
rollowing membership committee:
I1. Webster, '18; N. H. Ibsen, '18E;
D~avid Shand, '18; D. Cameron, '19; N.
: 1 Shand, '18; . D. Camerson, '19; N.
A . Hloefel, '19; B. L. T. Broadwell,
'19 ; L. P. Page, '19E~; L. L. Siegel, '19.
I. L FRESH GLEE CLUB HOLDS
BUSINESS MTEETING TOMNORROW
lvl _,bers of the All-Fresh Glee club
vA i j;id their first business meeting
at 7:15 Wednesday evening. in Mc-
Ki lan hall. Officers will be elected
andJ an organization for the year will
be formed.
The work of the club has been pro-
gressing nicely. Nearly all of the men
were present at the first recital held
Saturday afternox'n.. The club ap-
peared for the first time at the fresh-
nan assembly in Hill auditorium yes-
terday and made a good impression.
Ithaca, N. Y., Dec. 13.-Twenty-five
games will be played by the Cornell
nine during the 111l6 season.

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