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December 01, 1921 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-12-01

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

They're Vivacious!
-a good smoke
-not dried out, you know
-sort of fresh, lively,
-Vivacious, is the word
-Icompa-rably fine!
§3ended in the Good Old English Way
Schumacher Hardware Co..
A Store of individual Shops
308-10-12 So. Main St. Phones 174-175-M
Suggestions for Christmas
Smoking Stands Candle Sticks
Poker Sets Candles
Ash Trays Casseroles
Pocket Knives Water Sets
Razors Tea Sets
Aa
Carving Sets Trays
Flashlights Call Bells
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Guns Fruit Baskets
-Fishing Tackle Mahogany Goods
Incense Book Ends
U r p-1 E I'm 111 a IL 11
UNIED CI"GAR SO"TOREf"
NUVO PIPES, we have them, unbreakable connec-
tions, guaranteed from burning out or breaking
Stem, price $1.25; cutto................. 5c

One Act Plays
On Club rogram
Players club program for Wednes-
day night, Dec. 14, will include two
one act plays, and special music by
the musical department of the club.
The plays are, "Sham" by Frank
Tompkins, and "The Finger of God"
by Percival Wilde. They will be pre-
sented in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Members of the stage committee are
at work on several new settings 'in
their "club workshop" which will ap-
pear for the first time in the Decem-
ber program. Members of Players club
are not only designing scenery but are
painting and constructing it as well,
and will continue to do this through-
out the year, under the direction of
Milton Landy, '23, chairman of the
stage committee.
"The Finger of God," a social satire,
's directed by Isabel Kemp, '22, with
the cast; "Strickland," taken by
Wendell Hanselmann, '23; "Benson,"
by Milton Klee, '24; and "The Girl,"
by Esther Welty, '23.
"Sham," a one act drama is under
the direction of Henry Goff, '23, and
the cast is: Charles, the Household-
er, by Nayf Bashara, '23 Law; Clara
his wife, by Adele Zimmerman, '22;
and the Thief, by Jack Holden, '22.
EVANS TO GIVE
ORGAN RECITAL
THIS AFTERNOON
Harry Russel Evans, of the School
of Music faculty, will give the next
organ recital in the twilight series at
4:15 o'clock this afternoon in Hill
auditorium.
His program is as follows:
March from the "Sonata Ponti-
fcale" .............. Lemmens
Idylle in G...............Maskell
Sonta, No. V, in C. Minor, Opus
80................. Guilmant
Adagio; Scherzo
A Song of India (by request)
.........Rimsky-Korsakow
(Arranged by H. R. E.)
Concert Variations .......... Bonnet,

betrayal of the Philippine people to
withdraw from the islands and ter-
minate our relationship there without
giving the Filipinos the best chance
possible to have an orderly and per-
manently stable government.
The commission also recommended
that the present general status of the
Philippine Islands continue, that in
case of deadlock between the gov-
ernor-general and the Philippine Sen-
ate the President of the United States
be authorized to make final decisions,
and that under no circumstances
should there be allowed to be estab-
i shed a situation which would leave
the United States in a position of
responsibility without authority.

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Style

in these sturdy 0. & H. oxfords. Besides these very essential
features, we have a fitting service second to none in the city.
Sizes range from extremely narrow to wide, and six to eleven
in length. Last, but not least, is the price, which, considering
the other advantages of buying here, is much more reasonable
than elsewhere.

Grain
Oxfords
$8.50 to $1

O'KANE & HERTLER

High
Shoes
$5 to $12

Down Town

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College

Exchanges

$5.00 AUTO STROP RAZORS, Our price...
While they last.
PRINCE ALBERT, VELVET, TUXEDO,
EDGEWORTH, etc., 17c Tins ....
16 oz. Tins $1.45; Jars, $1.60.
BARKING DOG, NEVER BITES, Smoking
Tobacco, the best in town ............

.. .98c

....15c

......30c

THE RIGHT STORE WITH THE RIGHT PRICE

118 East Huron Street

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ILLINOIS-University district mer-
chants have been stung so often by
worthless checks at the University of
Illinois that they threaten to refuse
to honor student signatures unless
abuses and violations of the check-
cashing privilege cease. Measures
are being taken to check the practice,
which has increased from bad checks
averaging $10 a day at the Illinois
Union to an average of almost $50 the
last few days.
IOWA-Coach Howard H. Jones, of
Iowa, has gone East to visit his broth-
er Tad, who coaches the Yale foot-
ball team. He will arrange for the
schedule of tfre Yale-Iowa game to be
played next year before he leaves New
Haven.
CORNELL-Competitors for the
positions of any major sport manager
at Cornell will wear black caps with
red bands, bearing also the first let-
ter of the sport for which they are
competing. This has been adopted as
a means of showing the college what
men are interested in the manager-
ships and allowing students a betterj
opportunity to consider the candidatesI
before election.
CALIFORNIA-Students from out-
side the, state of California have or-
ganized an Equal Privilege associa-
tion for the purpose of testing the
constitutionality of the present fee of
$150 required of outsiders who at-
tend the University of California.
Definite action may be expected in$
about four months.
WISCONSIN-Wireless stations in
Wisconsin, Missouri, Indiana, Kansas,
Illinois and Ohio reported hearing thei
recent concert by the Cincinnati
Symphony orchestra in the Universityl
of Wisconsin gymnasium as sent out1
by wireless telephonefrom the uni
versity wireless station.
CORNELL-Louise Hamburger, of
Brooklyn, N. Y. recently won a de-
cision for $25,000°from Cornell for the
loss of an eye. The accident occured
ten years ago, when Miss Hamburger
was a freshman working on an ex-
perirrent calling for a mixture of sul-
phide anO.~ lime. On heating the mix-
ture the explosion occured.
KEEP PRESENT STATUS IN
PHILIPPINES, SAYS REPORT
Comiunission Warns Against Betrayal
By Withdralving From
isladnds
In the report of the special mission
to the Philippine Tslands under Get.
Leonard Wood to the War Departwert
it was concluded that it would be a

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cloths.
One negligee has a soft crepe de chine under drop with a pale tinted georgette over drape and
wide bands of wonderful silk lace and inserting bands of same on the long flowing sleeves.
A gorgeous breakfast suit is designed from Pekin blue satin and trimmed with narrow Per-
sian bands around the sleeves, bottom of coat and on the ruffle that finishes the bottom of leg.
From heavy Gold satin is designed a two-piece pajama suit, the jacket embroidered in col-
ors which gives an oriental air of distinction tothe custom; cuffs at the bottom clasp at the
ankle.

Our most beautiful breakfast gowns has a flesh colored satin drop with deep cream silk lace
over drape to form th skirt, the loose bodice and flowing sleeves are designed of pale blue
taffeta, while Dresden ribbon forms a soft roll collar. A gown that will bring happiness to
any one lucky enough to be presented with it on Christmas Morn.
Many other beautiful designs in negligees as well as the pajamas and breakfast suits and such
a choice of colors, soft blues, coral, pale pink, orchid, peach, honeydew, peacock and sand.

. Karl
604 E.

Such gifts pay tribute to the giver while delight-
ing the Recipient

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