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December 19, 1915 - Image 6

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K THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TEN MINUTES
AT THE WALK-OVER SHOP

Let It be a KODAK
We're selling more high-grade K 0 D A K S
than ever we but still have a complete line to show
youl.
LYD N 719 NORTH
UNIVERSITY
-OTHE KODAK STORE OF ANN ARBOR-

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I GYMNASIUM SHOES
FOR MEN AND WOMEN--RUBBER OR LEATHER SOLE

Prices 70c to $1.90 per pair

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In

which
a wise
Ch r is tin as
shopper can settle his
or her gift problems to their
utmost satisfaction ztnd spend less
money than they expected to spend

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Just received a New Basket Ball Shoe for
ONLY $3.00 PER PAIR-HEAVY SUCTION RUBBER SOLE

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IN BUYING

FOR WOMEN--Walkover Boudoir Slippers, Comfy Slippers, Party
Slippers, Patent, Satin, Bronze or Dull Kid and Phoenix Silk Hose.
FOR MEN -Walk -Over House Slippers, Moccasins, Soft Pullman
Traveling Slippers in soft leather cases, Skating Shoes and Phoenix
Hose:

R. J. HOFFSTETTER, Prop.
115 S. Main Street

Alakes Photographs with Correct Color Values of
Paintings,, of Drawing s in Mono,1chrome or Poli=-
S wwiill1 ch'rome, and of Colored Objects. i as Ph-oto-
graphed "',Ore (Irigin al iManuiscripts con Parch-
713 E Univ. Ave. meeit than vary one else ini the State. I- lame
Portraiture a Specialty.

CITY TO MOTORIZE
FIRE D'EPARTM'ENT
With the uldimate intent-on of comi-
pletely motorizing the fire department
of Ann Arbor, the common counll
sev coral weeks aogo a uthorized the pur'.
chasing of two new- motor wagons this
year., These two nachines, a combin-
ation truck and engine to carry the
ladders. etc., and a. comnbination hose
and pumping wagon to carry the hose
and the pumping machinery, have been
ordered and will be delivered for use
by the first of the year. The acquisi-
tion of these two machines with these
which are exp~ectedl to follow eery
year will cause a com~plete reor,;aiiza-
lion of the fire department.
The second step in this reorganiza-
tion will come soon after the two ma-
chines are delivered and will be the
abandoning of the fire buildin- 1o-
catecd on East U~niversity avnuo, next
to the Tappan school. The machines
and men nhow located there will beC
moved to the dowrn town stat ion and,
will be used there in conjunction with
the old1 machinery now there as a
sort of auxiliary departmenht.
It is the intention of the city, how-
ever, to either remodel this building
for future use, or else to build a new
station farther out from the old build-
ing, The down town station will also
be completely overhauled and equip-
ped with the latest devices to go with
the new engines,
'The machines have been ordered
from the American La France Com-
pany of Elmira, N, Y., who make the
American La France mhachines-ma-
chines which are ranked a6 the best
for this kind of service--and will cost
$13,750,.'rhe machines which are to
be ordered every year until the equip-
mient is as complete as possible will
also be from this company.
)1lN0l1Al1 OFFERS PRIZE
j 1'0 STUDENT ESSAYISTS

ARCADE
S1iowss at 3, 6 :30. 8 :oo, and o9-3o t'. M.
Monday, Dec. ao- Mr. and Mrs. Vernon
Castle in "'lie Whirl of Life." Six
parts. Also Charlie Chaplin in
"Shangliicrl." Twenty cents,
Tuesday,. Dec. 2I-TomI Wise in "Blue
Grass," comedy-drama in five parts.
V quitable.
Wednesday. IDec. a2--Florence Rockwell
in "Body and Soul," 5 pasts.
Thursday, Dec. '3 - Henry Kolker in
"The Bridge," or "The Bigger Man,"
-part Metro picture.

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NEW DELTA CAFE

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Quality-Variety-Values
tAMND8 JEWELER Tai:~
SCLND AE 3E RIO
NARgIJ ILVERSMIhS NAip
SCHLANDERER & SEYFRIE3D
2201FACULTY MEN TAKE
UNIONMEMBERSHIPS~
Latest reports on the Michigan Union
faculty campaign show that more than
220 life-memberships have been se-
cured by the various committees. As
many of the departments have not
y(et been canvassed, according to Prof.
H, V4. Riggs, general chairman, it is
suspected that almost the entire facul-
ty will support the project. No effort
has been made on the part of those
waging the campaign to solicit other
than life memberships, although in
some instances extra contributions
have-been made.
Campaign work in the law depart-
ment is nearly completed, and almost'
the entire faculty of that department
has contributed, to the building fund.
In the civil engineering department,
all but one faculty member has con-
tributed, while all but three have con-
tributed in the law department and
the mechanical engineering depart-
nment.
Professor Riggs hopes to have a
summary of the work done thus far
by next week, which will show pre-,
cisely those departmental committees
which have been busy soliciting life
memberships and those that have so-
licited little.
P'ENNSYLVANIA COMMFITTEE IS
NOW CONSIDERING NEWV COACHI
Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 18.-The foot-
ball committee of the University of
Pennsylvania, which will select a
coach for Pennsy next year, held a
long meeting Friday, but failed to
come to any conclusion on the man
who is to be the head coach.
The three names which were most
frequently mentioned were William
M. Hollenbach, who has been coach at
Penn State for the past few years;
Robert Folwell, who has held the same
position at W. & J.; and Dr. M. S.
Bennett, hte coach at Haverford Col-
lege.
The football schedule for 1916 was
[also discussed at the meeting.
Wilsoni Asks Classmates to Dine
Princeton, Dec. 18-President Wood-
row Wilson, of the class of '79, has in-
vited the other members of his class
to dine with him at the White House
next Tuesday.

119 E. LIBERTY STREET

TEA DANSANTS
EVERY AFTERNOON
2:30 P. Mi. 5:00 P. M.

SUNDAY EVENING LUNCHEONSa
500

POP. MATS.
WED. & SAT.
soc to $1.50

GARRICK
DETROIT

Week Beginninj
STomorrow, Mor
Night. Nights So~
to $2.00

EXTRAORDINARY GRAND OPERA SEASON
STARTING TOMORROW. SIX NIGHTS. MATS. WED.-SAT
Devoe-Detroit andGarrick Management Present the
LAR'EST ITAVE iN " OPERATIC ORGANIZATION IN AMERIC
WMiT E TWNT Y [ U 9 1OPEAN 'AND AMERICA
31~A~C 5a, VS AZ D ~OPERA ORCHESTRA
BRILLIANT SIN GINO CHORUS AND BALLET FEATURE'
ELABORATE SCN NIC, COSTUMING AND PROPERTY EFFECTS
REPERTOIRE: Monday-AIDA; Tuesday-LU CIA; Wednesday Matinee-FAUST;
Wednesday Eve--RIGOLETTO ; Thursday--CAVALL~'ERIA and PAGLIACCI ;
Friday-LA TRAVIATA; Saturday Matinee--TALES OF HOFFMAN; Saturday
Eve-IL TROVTORE. Prices-soc to $2; boxes $2.5o; Matinees, soc to $z.50;
boxes $2.a
Note: This is the Distinguished Organiation chosen to reopen the BOSTON
OPERA HOUSE in September. The operas will be presented at this theater pre-
cisely upon the same plan of, excellence as at Boston.
Special New Year Attraction-One Week Beginning D~ecember :17
EVENINGS AND SATURDAY MATS. Soc TO $2.00.
THE PASSING SHOW OF 1915
THE GREATEST OF ALL WINTER GARDEN SHOWS. A 'Riot of Beauty,
Regiments of Girls, Oceans of Fun, Miles of Scenery. George Monroe, Howard &
Howard, Marilynn Miller and 122 Others-Mostly Girls.
Popular Mats. Wednesday and Thursday, Best Seats $1.00
Seniors
Meke your .p poin'tm eits
with DAINEW.%St(_ NICKELS
as sooun as possible for lb.,
MICHIG ANENSIAN PICTURE
(You'll have to do it eventually; why not now?)
334-336 So. STATE ST., ANN ARBOIL

Copyright Hart Schafifner Mar
Varsity Six Hundred
Young men designed it
THIS overcoat carries out the style ideas of
the best dressed young men in college
and business; Hart Schaffnr. & Marx young
mien designers achieved it; it's easy to see
why the young men of America have pro-
nounced it an emphatic hit.
Short length ; shaped-in waist ;
single or double-breasted models
Lutz Clothing Store
The Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx

(Continued fron iPag;e One)
of Old Testament Prophecy.
Q. The Jewish Conception of Immor-
tal ity.
10. The Jewish (Conception of Atone-
tmen t.
11. Woman in Jewish literatulre.
1-2.rThe Yiddish dialect.
1-1) The Contribution of the Yiddish,
Drama to the Modern Dramatic Move-
ment.
l~roliibit s Afini l Professionalism
Columbus, 0., Dec. 18.-Graduates
of Ohio State university who have re-
ceived a Varsity "0" will be prohibit-
edl from p~laying p~rofessionial football
alter graduation, except on permais-
sion of the athletic board, unlder pen-
lty of losing their privileges as mem.-
bers of the Varsity "0" association.
The objection to professional playing
was that it reflects on the university.
Coilumbia Requires Swimming Tests
New York, Dec. 18.-The physical
education departinent of Columbia
university is making a, special effort to
have all freshmen pass a swimming
test during their first year in col-
lege. The test includes diving, swim-
ming and swimming under water.
G~ermnl Officil Denies Mlexican Plot
Berlin, Dec. 18.-The German gov-
ernment officially disclaims any rela-
tions with the so-called. German agents
Iwho are alleged to be attempting to
foment fresh disorder-s in Mexico and
to create a situation calculated to in-
crease the tension between the United
states and Mexico..
In support of this repudiation, a
statement from as official source calls
attention to the fact that, following
similar action by Washington, the
German government, several week
ago, instructed its minister in Mexic
Ito recognize Carranza as the de factc
government of Mexico.
The feeling in Germany is that the
allegations concerning the allegeLc
German agents represent another an(
perfectly obvious effort to create dis-
-I cord betweeni Germany and the 'jniter
dy States.
'e- The government is confident that
ItfI considerable mischief already has been
done, and consequently the officialE
are anxious to make Germany's posi-
nts tion clear. My informatiohi on thesc
points is fromi absolutely reliable
Pisources.

Shirts made to order.-G. H. Wile
Company. State St. Tailors.
Somebody back home will appreci-
ate a box of Maize and Blue choco-
lates. Be sure that they are the best,
get them at Bloomfield's. dec19
4)VEILCOAT8 S
anai rain coas from the 80450e of
&uppenhelmer, on Wae by N. F. Aba
Co., Main street oct6eod-wed
Learn the new fox trot at the
Packard Academy. Nov. 20-tf

Drop Into Reule, Conlin & Flege
store for your clothes.
46'TENTION STUIDIES!"
For quick MESSENGER CALL s
last ad on BACK OF TELE~PHONE 1
RECTORY. Phone 795. 4'17E,
Call Lynadon for good pictures.
GLOTES
for men, best known makes at reatm
able prices, on sale by N. F. Allen
Co., Main street. wed-e

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MAJESTIC
THEATRE

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THREE DAYS
Com.
Mon. Night

Lyndon'sr for Kodaks, fims, finish1- Students, for the most safe, s
ing. Openi Sundays, 9:3 to '1:30 only.{ reliable economical Parcel and
sengter service, call 2028._
2255 2255 2255 2255 CHRISTMAS
Eve-rything in Christmas pi
We set glass. C. H. Major & Cu. for mien. N. F. Alien Co., Clothi
Phone 237. . edtcdec2l Min S ;mt.F

speed
I Me
nov2
esen
iers.
~AMP

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GIRLS! finest Buds from the Garden of Bliss.
(0 eSEPTEMBER MORN"9
The Big Musical Comedy Hit.
SOMxE OF THE SONG HITS THAT G~O WITH A A AN
"When a little Boy 1Lo yes a Little Girl"
"fit Berlin" 1"O1! You September Hlorn"
"I've a Girl in Every Town"
"E,,ver'ybody's 'tango Crazy" "liy Cornfield Queen"
"A Share-Ri1b front the Butcher Shop of Life"
"Beautiful D~reamis I'm Dreaming"
"Tile Sun Shade Girl"
I'nhere is the Pleasure in Wine and Song If thle Woman is Not There"
AND JUST TO THINK--SAME POPULAR PRICES

TO DAY
(SUNDAY)
.3Q-r3--7i --830V P. M"
A GREAT PICTURE
FREDERICK PERRY
And a Distinguished Cast of Players in
'The Family Stain'
Founded on Emile Gaborlau's Cele-
brated iDeteetive Story "The Widow
LcH omge"
Exciting from start to finish.
Never so many thrilling
situation~s

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