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THE MICHIGAN SDAILY

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Let it be a KODAK
We're selling more high-grade K O D A K S
than ever we but still have a complete line to show
you.
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Service is what you want in the clothes
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ADLER'S
COLLEGIAN

We are showing eight Stunning Suitings of the very latest and
most Artistocratic weaves for
Men.'s Stylish Tailored Clothes
In the Woolen World these are conceded to be the highest
gttainment in the wonderful. Art of Weaving.
"Give them a ONCE OVER."
DRESS SUITS SHIRSS TO
FOR HIRE LibertyAoLM ORDER
694 E. JLiberty Malcolm Block

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713 E. Univ. Ave.

Makes Photographs with Correct Color Values of
Paintings, of Drawings in Monochrome or Poly-
chrome, and of Colored Objects. Has Photo-
graphed more Original Manuscripts on Parch-
ment than any one else in the State. Home
Portraiture a Specialty.

That's What They All Say

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Take your Shoe Repairing to
VAN if you want them
repaired right.

THE NEW SHOP

114 S. University Ave.

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FOREIGN STUDENTS COMBINE
TO GIVE MAMMOTH REVUE IN
INTEREST OF COSMOPOf(ES
(Continued from Page One)
dered from England.aCostumes ap-
propriate to all the acts will be se-
cured in accordance with suggestions
given by representatives of the coun-
try whose customs they are to por-
tray.
It is no small undertaking to stag
a mammoth production in Hill audi-
torium, but the management is cer-
tain that under the direction of I
Schmidt, who so successfully carrie(,
out this part of the last "bane,
bounce," this important portion of
Lhe revue will b well handled. Espe-
cial attention is being given to plans
for scenic effects, which will reach
their height in the North American
Indian act, when use will be made of
mountains, moon and lake.
The South African act will be un-
der the personal supervision of Wil-
liam Robertson, presideit of the
Cosmopolitan club. Hle plans not
only to show the popular dances of
his home land but also the athletic
activities, including a demonstration
of self-defense methods used there
which are in some respects compar-
able to jiu-jitsu.
Features of the Affair
Miss Helen Ely, '16, will direct a
number of girls in the intricate dance
figures required in some of the num-
bers. In seeking for instructors in
this brance of the performance the
committee has discovered that sev-
eral of the foreign students here are
experts at their national dances and
these men will be pressed into ser-
vice to assure the correct reproduc-
tion of the steps.
Turkey will be represented by a
harem scene in which there are
sumptuous furnishings, including
oriental rugs and draperies. W. C.'
Achi, '17L, will sing in the Hawaiian
portion of the revue, and is to be
assisted by a large number of musi-
cians with ukaleles. A court scene
China's turn for recognition comes.
in Pekin is to take place when
Zeuelli, the possessor of a marvelous
voice, will be among the representa-
tives of Chile, and Mrs. Lowry is to
be listed with the North American
Indians
NMay le Produced Elsewhaere
No decision has as yet been reached
as to whether the production will be
made in other cities. It is, however,
quite possible that this may prove to
be the case.
"The All-Nation Revue" is an out-
growth of the customary receptions
given each year to the foreign stu-
dents. The committee in charge of
this event for this year decided to
have something slightly more elabo-
rate than previously, and as a re-
sult began preparations for an enter-
tainment in Waterman gymnasium.
The plan was to have booths sur-
round the floor, each of which rep-
resented one of the nations, all go-
ing through their acts at the same
time.
Suggestions for such an affair were
so prolific that the committee found
the matter assuming gigantic pro-
portions. Finally it was decided to
produce a spectacle which would no
no longer be only of interest to the
campus, but which would also have
a nation-wide appeal.

I flU!Week of
Wednesday wIIIIIK 1
Wened ARRICK ,
and Sat. DecEE U1
DETROIT
VERY GOOD EDDIE"
A rapid-fire. up-to-date Musical Comedy
with sixty players

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Shows at 3, 6:30, 8:oo, and 9:30 1. M.
Saturday, December z8-Mrs. Fiske in
Thackeray s "Vanity Fair." Kline-
Elison.
Monday, Dec. 20- Mr. and Mrs. Vernon
Castle in "The Whirl of Life." Six
pacts. Also Charlie Chaplin in
"Shatsghid." Twenty cents.
Tuesday, Dec.21--TOm Wise in "Bilue
Grass," comedy-drama in five parts.
Equitable.

PRESIDENTS (dVE
ANNUAL REPORT ON
MILITARY ('AMPS
(Continued fromtPage Four)
.Inia Military Institute.
President Benjamin Ide Wheeler,
University of California.
President J. G. Schurman, Cornell
University.
President Edmund J. James, Uni-
,rersity of Illinois.
Chancellor J. H. Kirkland, Vander-
oilt University.
President A. C. Humphreys, 8tev-
ens Institute of Technology.
President H. A. Garfield, Williams
College.
President Henry Sturgis Drinker,
secretary, Lehigh University.
31-ENSER IS WINNER
IN PEACE CONTEST
(Cohtinued from Page One)
for a world court was proposed.
The other speakers of the evening,
with their subjects, are: I. S. Top-
Ion, '17, "The Last War;' L. W.
Nieter, '17, "Allied With Mars;" and
R. M. Carson, '17, "Governors of the
World." Regent Junius E. Beal pre-
sided over the contest. The judges
were Victor I. Lane, Dean John R.
Effinger, Dean Alfred H. Lloyd, Dean
E. H. Kraus, Prof. J. H. Markley and
test for the last few years and Men-
ser gives every indication that he
will keep up the record.

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During Christmas Vacation?

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Regular Breakfast (- 10 A. M., 1Oc, 15c, 20c
Regular Dinner, 11 A.M.- 2 P. M., 20c, 25c, 30c
Regular Supper, 4:30-7:30 P.M.. 20c, 25c,30c, 35c

Lunches and Short Orders
at all hours

Prof. F'. S. Gingerich.
The state contest will be held this
year at Albion college and is sched-
uled for the third Friday in March.
The university has succeeded in car-
rying off first honors in the state con-
PRESIDENT'S MARRIAGE
MAY BE EVENING AFFAIR
(Continued from Page One)
couple will leave Washington on a
train tomorrow night instead of on
the government yacht "Mayflower."
It was reported tonight that arrange-
ments have been made for a special
train..
It looks now as if the honeymoon
may be marred by developments in
the international situation. The
strained state of affairs with Austria
leads many today to express the fear
that the President might be obliged
to change his plans and remain in
Washington. It was stated, however,
that this would not be necessary,
that the President would outline his
'views on the Austrian situation to
Secretary Lansing in a final confer-
ence tomorrow and that it unexpect-
ed developments occurred, Mr. Lan-
sing would be able to reach the Pres-
ident and confer with him during the
honeymoon.
Band's Picture to Be Taken Today
All members of the Varsity bandy
are requested to meet today at 1:00
o'clock sharp at Rentschler's studio,
for the annual picture and election
of officers. The men are asked to
wear their concert uniforms:
Call Lyndon for a good flashlight.3
eod-tues
Good Printing-The Ann Arbor Press.

STYLE ALL THE WHILE

SOPI ENGINEERS TO
SMOKER AT UNION

IACTORY HAT STORE
118 E. Liberty Near Allenel Hotel

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Crystal Restaurant, 601 E. Liberty

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What promises to be the ist sus
cessful class smoker held this yea
will take place next Monday night
December 20, at the Union, whcn th.
sophomore engineers meet for their
first event of the seas,;on. Dr. C. l'
Stouffer, of the University 1Healt ;
Service, is to speak, al-houieh hip
topic is not yet announce'. l. C
Wood, '17, will give sonre hmpero-
ations, while lively msie will by
furnished by Dean J. De :utts, 'T
and Halstead Coitington, '19
Robert Early, '18E, is to give sev-
eral classical selections on the plant
The customary smoker refreshment.
will be served. The tickets, sellin
at 25 cents, are not being rest:rieh c
to the sophomore engineers.
Sixteen Killed in Wreck in England
Newcastle, England, Dec. 17.-At
least 16 persons were killed and more
than 50 injured in a collision today
by a freight train pilot engine and a
passenger train in a heavy fog near
Jarrow. Four coaches overturned
and incinerated. The death list may
exceed 16, as se.veral persons are
missing.
We set glass. C H. Major & Co.
Phone 237. edtdec2l

PE LLS SWE I)ESN F ORiUS PARTY
HAS NO OFFICIAL C(JNNECTION
UtdM Stats Minister Officially IDis-
ost learned fron its correipondent
at Stockholm that the American mi-
stcr to Sweden, I. . Morris, has of-
cially anncunced that H enry Ford's
peme ission is ini no way connect-
ed with the government cof the United
States.
The correspondent adds that no
proposals hare been, nor are any ie-
ing made in Sweden by peace organ-
iations or woman suffage unions,
although they received a telegram
from the Oscar II heralding the ar-
rival. Swedish organizations refuse
to share the responsibility for the
.nission which finds very little favor
in that country.
IT'S A WINNER!
The U. of M. Leather-Covered Calen-
dar. An A-No. 1 Christmas Gift.
Only a few left.
On sale at C. I. Kidd's Store only.
1112 S. U. between E. U. and Church
Daily from 2 to 4:.30 p. m.
Shirts made to order.-G. H. Wilu
Company. State St. Tailors.

TWENTY KILLED IN ACCI)EN'.
Thirty More Injured in Wreck on
Baltimore & Ohio
Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 17.-Twenty
persons are reported killed and 30
injured in a passenger train collision
on the Baltimore .& Ohio railroad
between Chester and Wilmington to-
night. A dense fog prevailed in this

Chester. The few details received by
the company are to the effect that a
train of empty cars ran into an ac-
commodation train bound from Bal-
timore to Philadelphia.
The dead and injured were taken
to the Chester hospital.
Notre Dame and Nebraska Meet
Notre Dame will play the Nebraska
football team in Lincoln on Thanks-

Congress Adjourns Until January 4
Washington, Dec. 17.-- Congress
voted today to take a recess until
January 4. About 6:30 o'clock tonight
came word that the President had
signed the recess resolution and
thereupon Speaker Clark adjourned
the House. Many of the members of

section and railroad officials say that giving day in 1916. Congress left town tonight.
this probably was the cause of the ---
accident. The Ann ArlFor Press-Press build- Your mother will appreciate a box
The wreck occurred about 6:00 ing, Maynard Ftreet. Phone No. 1. (*) of Maize and Blue chocolates. Bloom-
o'clock at Felton, two miles south of (*) field's. dec18

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