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The Michigan Daily, 1920-12-04

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Lower floor $2.50; Balcony $1, $150, $2
PreVction Sale
As most of our sales come from the Student Body we think it only
fair to them to make our reduction at this time in order that you
may take advantage of the same before vacation.
20 PER CENT REDUCTION
ON ALL GORDON & FERGUSON SHEEP-LINED COATS
AND FUR-COLLARED WOOL CLOTH COATS
PPRICES RANGE FROM $20.00 TO $3.00

Sunday Concert
Offers Varied
JMusic Program
(By L. L. N.)
The next concert in the series Qf
Complimentary recitals will take place
at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon in Hill
auditorium, -when several members of
the faculty of the School of Music will
unite their efforts in presenting a pro-
gram of great variety and interest.
Mrs. William Wheeler, of the voice
faculty, will offer two groups of songs,
and Mrs. Maud Okkelberg, of the piano
faculty, will contribute two piano se-
lections. Samuel P. Lockwood, head
of the violin department, will render
a group of three violin solos. Piano
accompaniments will be provided by
Mrs. George Rhead. The general pub-
lic is cordially invited.
The program follows:
Sonata, Op. 22, G minor.... Schumann
So rasch wie moeglich;
Andantino-Scherzo-Rondo
Mrs. Maud Okkelberg
Memory. .............. Meagley
I Know Where I'm Going...Old Irish
The Bird. ..................Fiske
At the Well..............Hageman
Mrs. William Wheeler
Adagio and Perpetual Motion, from
Suite Op. 34 .....t............Ries
Romance, from Concerto, Op. 35..
................ Tschaikowsky
Mazurka, D major, Op. 19, No. 2..
........... . ...... Wieniawski
Samuel P. Lockwood
0' Oasis ..................Fourdrain
Chere Nuit ...............Bachelet
Le Moulin .....................Pierne
Mrs. William Wheeler
Dance of the Elves.......Sapellnikoff
Polonaise, E major...........Liszt
Mrs. Maud Okkelberg

Sennet comedy, and "Milestones," a
Goldwyn special, will feature the pro-
gram.
Notice is called to the change in tne
personnel of the social Committee
which now consists of A. B. Evans,
chairman; P. C. Ackerman, R. C.
Christian, G. F. Godley, R. S. Kersey,
C. Vogt, and L. Wilson.
TECHNIC TO MAKE
APPEARANCE SOON
Waterway projects and hydro-elec-
tric development are the chief topics
In the November issue of the Michigan
Technic, official organ of the Engi-
neering college, which will appear
early next week.
The new power project and hydro-
electric plant of the San Jaoquin
Light and Power corporation, of
Fresno, California, is discussed by
Rex C. Starr, '07E, construction engi-
neer of the company. Ocean traffic
through the St. Lawrence river to the
Great Lakes is considered by Mr. W.
H. Adams, chairman of the inland
Waterways commission of the Detroit
board of Commerce. G. S. Williams.
'89E, discusses power possibilities of
the St. Lawrence river.
Clifton O. Carey, associate professor
of surveying, tells of adventures of
Michigan engineers in changing the
.course of the- Yellow river of China.
"Electrical Drafting" by G. F. Mar-
steller, '16E, outlines the importance
of paper work in engineering before
actual construction of a project begins.

PAINTS
ENAMELS

VARNISHES

BRUSHES

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STAINS

GLASS

L. E. WENZEL

Painting and Decorating

WINDOW SHADES

PICTURE FRA n

PHONE 84

207 EAST LIBERTY ST.

Student Headquarters
We carry complete stocks of "Brighten-Up" finishes in small
cans for all "touch-up' jobs around the house.

Christmas Suggestions

WALL PAPER

Choice Pictures
Tea Sets
La4mps

Candlesticks
Pottery
Book Ends

De Fries Art Store
223 So. Main St.

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20 PER CENT REDUCTION
ON ALL RAIN COATS
PRICES RANGE FROM $10.00 TO $5.00

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LEATHERS AT COST

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PRICES RANGE FROM $20.00 TO $00.00
We are limited In sizes - Come early
J. KARL MALCLM
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CLASS OFFICERS WILL TRY
TO COLLECT DUES BY DEC. 16
Class dues of all classes will be col-
lected by Dec. 16, if the plan devel-
oped Thursday night at a meeting of
all class officers with LeGrand Gaines,
'21E, president of the Student council,
is successful.
The idea of developing class spirit
was especially stressed and class af-
fairs, such as smokers and other get-
to-gathers were favored. In the latter
= connection Emerson Swart, '22E
chairman of the Union entertainnent
committee, talked for a few minutes
E and said that the Union would be glad
to cooperate with classes in their
functions and offered them the use of
the Union, should they see fit
to use it.
A member of the student council
will be in the Student activities room
on the third floor of the Union from I
to 2 o'clock every Monday and Thurs-
day for the purpose of meeting any
student and discussing with him any
C matter in regard to the campus.
E JUNIOR E1GINEERS TO HOLD
THEATRE PARTY AT MAJESTIC
;= A theatre party is being planned' by
the junior engineer social committee
which will be given Dec. 6 at the
Majestic theatre. The members will
meet at 6:45 o'clock that night in the
Tap room where the tickets will be
sold. "Married Life," a five-reel Mack

YES

JOIN OUR LIBRARY AND FOR

BUT IT'S GOING STRONG -WHY NOT?

A NEW WRINKLE?

Seven Cents a Day
THESE RECORDS ARE yOURS TO USE
C-V Phonograph Shop

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OUR PROPOSITION:
Every month we receive the Latest and Snappiest Records Out

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640 HAVEN AVENUE

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Vacation

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DEL GRENNAN

There is only one thing better at Christmas time
than to get just what you wanted, and that is ,to
give Some one just what she wanted.

CUSTOM TAILOR

Our wonderful

assortment of

Crane, Hurd,

Whiting and other nationally known correspond-
ence papers perform this double service at holiday

Satisfaction

time quite frequently.

They are such delightful

presents either to give or receive.

You will do well to make ypi-r selection now
from our very complete stock and avoid possible
disappomntment.

Mrs. Fox was bragging one day
about ti I" e num e f e
"How many cubs do you bring
into the world at one time ?" she
asked the LIONESS
"Only ONE."replied the Lioness
-"but it's a LION!"
MURADS COST 20 CENTS
FOR A BOX OF 10
BUT THEY'RE MURADS
MURADS would be lower
priced if we left out all or part of
the 100% Turkish tobaccos of the
purest and best varieties grown -
or if we substituted inferior grades
of Turkish tobacco.
But they wouldn't be MURAL?
-they'd only be FoxesI
"Judge for YoursA-,
We call spec;='attention
to Murad ' in Tin Boxes
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JKm h'sof ho ' L-hgj ltra Trkish
and rjyplcn Cgan'Ites in the Wkxld

Evening

Clothes

Tuxedoes

White Flannel Ve
Riding Breeches
Knickers

Golf Suits

Place Your Orders Now for Christmas, Delivery

0. :. 7.sAorril
17 JNickels Arcade

14 Nickels Arcade

Telephone 152-R

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