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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY,

THE MICHIGAN OAILY TUESDAY, I

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T THE THEATERS
TODAY
hubert-Garrick, Detroit - "Oh,
k'"
ajestic- Marguerite Clark in
t of. a Clear Sky."
rcade-Carlyle Blackwell and
lyn Greeley-in "By Hook or
ok." Star comedy "Please Hit
and News Weekly. ,
7uerth - Florence Reed in
ves of Men," and also com-

* escapes from jail, taking refuge in
* South America.
* The resemblance between the two is
* so startling that at the death of the
: ne'er-do-well the refugee decides to
* take his name. He goes to New York
* and finds that living another man's
* life is not so much fun, for sudden-
* ly a wife and several children claim
* him. He can accept them or go to
* jail.

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AT THE MAJESTIO

guerite (lark's newest Para-
t picture, "Oat of a Clear Sky,"
be seen at the Majesito theater
ie last time today. Miss Clark
the role of a dainty Belgian
sas who comes to America to es-
an odious marriage with a Ger-
prince.
Sennett comedy featuring Ford
ng and Chester Conklin and a
travelogue completes the pro-
.lace Reid is coming Wednesday
rhursday in a comedy entitled
Than Kin."
this picture Wallace Reid takes
arts, that of a nee'r-do-well who
ownedby his family and the oth-
a man who has accidently killed
i in defense of a woman and who

R. 0. T. C. Favored at U. of Kansas
R.p0. T. C. under proper federal su-
pervision is strongly favored at the
University of Kansas. Definite action
along this line will be taken by the
university senate at the next mieeting.
U-NOTICES
Stylus will meet at the Martha
Cook dormitory with Mary E.
Oakes, at 7:30o'clock Tues-
day evening. Professor Rankin
will speak.
There will be a meeting of the
Adeiphi House of Representa-
tives at 7 o'clock this evening
in the Adelphi rooms,rfourth
floor, U~nversity hall. Every one
present!
S. A. T. C. MEN GET WORK
One hundred men may secure work
until February beginning asa soon as
demobilized. Good pay and extra
bonus for good work. Inquire at of-
fice 721 N. University, Room A, be-
tween 11 A. M. and 8 P. M., this week.
We can use a few other students dur-
ing the holiday rush.-Adv.

PRACTICAL PEOPLE

Ivory ToiletArticles,LeatherGoodsBoston Bags
Crane's and Gfilbert's Chocolates

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Cigars and Cigarettes

PRACTICAL GIFTS

Quarry Drug Co"
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Prescription Store
COR. SOUTH STATE STREET AND N. UNIVERSITY AVENUE
PHONE 308

Tell That to the Marines.................Al Jolson
You Can't Beat Us.................Arthur Fields
A Little Birch Canoe and You..............Sterling Trio
Light-Your Little Lamp of Love for Me.. .Campbell & Burr
O Death, Where is Thy Sting?............ Bert Williams
When I Return ....................... Bert Williams
O How I Wish I Could Sleep (Until My Daddy Comes
Home) ................. ..........Henry Bun
Watch, Hope and Wait, Little Girl (Till I Come Back to
You)..........................Sterling Trio
Russian Rag Fox-Trot.. Earl Fuller's Rector Novelty Orch.
Howdy ...........Earl Fuller's Rector Novelty Orchestra

List of Columbia Records
THESE ARE THE REGULAR JANUARY REC-
ORDS BUT THEY GO ON SALE TODAY

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Let us offer you suggestions for
decorating your rooms

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Christmas Records

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We are in a position to give prompt and
efficient service

We have a complete stock of Christmas Carols, Christ-
mas Chimes and other Yule-tide records.

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Allmendinger
-Music Shop-
122 E. LIBERTY ST.

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Established 1869

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You can't do a friend
a greater favor in the
smoking line than to say:
"Smoke a 4111
MURAD"
And if your friend thinks he has
to pay 30 cents for cigarette.,
hand him one of your MURADS
-and say:
A CA wo3OGn

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Neckwear-Exceptional Values at soC, 75c, $s, $1.50
Cooper Underwear at $2.00, $3.00, $4.00, $5.00
Great Days!
but don't kiaste food or fuel or clothes, be-
cause it ivill take a long time before the boys

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are back again and things return to normal.

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Right now,our balues in
Kuppenheimer
Clothes
offer a money 's lvorth that will not be equaled
for at least a year.
$30 : $35 : $40
N. F. ALLEN CO.
"TN4Kappenhsimer Honse in Ann Arbor"
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