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kY, DECEMBER 8, 1921

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

MEN TOAID OPERA
Student Committeemen will Cooper-
ate With Alumni in Various
Cities on Itinerary
PLAN HELP IN ADVERTISING
AND GENERAL ARRANGEMENTS
Committees of Michigan students,
appointed by the Union and intended as
an aid to alumni in cities along the
route of the 1922 opera, "Make It For
Two," were announced by R. E. Swart,
'22E, president of the Union, yesterday.
They will assist in advertising and co-
operate with committees of the vari-
ous alumni associations that may need
their aid.
Grand Rapids Committee
The committee for Grand Rapids is
composed of James M. Crosby, Jr.,

'22, chairman, Winfield Rogers, '24,
Craig Ferguson, '22, Donald Steketee,
'24, and John P. Anderson, '24; for
Chicago, Charles Hummer, '23, chair-
man; Roland Libonati, '24L, R. J. Kull-
man, '23, Everett Michaels, '23, and
John A. Friedleund, '22L; for Indian-
apolis,4I. E. Wilson, '22L, chairman;
James B. Brill, '22E, Martin Dickie,
'22E, and Edward Block, '24.
The committee for Cincinnati is com-
posed -of Blackburn Wheatley, 124,
chairman; W.' F. Hanselman, '23, C.
H. Boyd, '23E, and W. S. Mendenhall,
'23; for Lima, O., Francis Platt, '23,
chairman; J. A. Bernstein, '22, Ned
Seymour, '23, S. of M., and Gustave
Weinfeld, '24M; for Cleveland Joseph
Crabbe, '23, chairman; William Goss,
'24, Warren Clark, '23E, Thomas Orab-
be, '24, and W. R. Kreinheder, '23; for
Toledo C. S. Finkbeiner, '22E, efair-
man; Harry Parsons, '23, W. E. Ket-
tricks, Jr., '23, and Buckley Robbins,
23.
Michigan Towns Represented
Towns throughout Michigan will be
handled by the following committees:

for Pontiac Maynard Newton, '22,
chairman; Lamar Brace, '24, Wilson
Lyons, '22E, Manuell Baxter, '23, and
Donald Fildew, '22; for Bay City
James Duffy, '24, chairman; Donald
McCabe, '24, Charles Shearer, '24, Vic-
tor Method, /23, and Guy Moulthrop,,
'22; for Port Huron William Ottoway,
'23, chairman; David McTaggart, '23E,
Fred Moore, '24E, Gordon Maitland,
'22D, and Gordon Godley, '22E; for
Saginaw William O'Keefe, 22L, chair-
man; P. , S. Keeler, '22E, William
Bandemer, '22E, Ferdinand Schemm,
'25M, and Maurice Guenin, '24E.
INSTRUCTIONS TO WORKERS
ISSUED FROM COMMITTEES
Every women's house which is con-
tributing to the fancy work booth for
the Women's building bazaar should
send all articles from that house to
the receiving booth in Barbour gym-
nasium by 6 o'clock Thursday after-
noon. In cases where several league
houses are combining for a booth all

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articles which are to be on sale in that
booth should be sent together.
A poster bearing the name of the
house in maize and blue 6x12 inches in
size must be taken to Barbour gym-
,asium by 4 o'clock Thursday after-
noon. Each house must provide suf-
ficient string and paper for wrapping
the articles it contributes.
Ann Arbor girls who are contribut-
ing food for the tea room are request-
ed to take it to the middle parlor in
Barbour gymnasium by 9 o'clock Fri-
day morning.
All candy must be taken to the gym-
nasium by 6 o'clock Thursday.

work as a page at the bazaar. Two
girls are needed each hour to make
change, and do other errands.
Buy your class toques from Daily
advertisers.-Adv.

LEARN TO
TYPEWRITE
YOUR NOTES AND THEMES
Hamilton Business College' I

State Savings Bank

C:)r. flain and Washington

All girls who signed up for working
in booths Friday morning are expect-
ed to report since they are needed to
help in getting the bazaar ready for
to open. A list has been posted in the
League room in University hall where
girls may sign up for one hour of

Capital $300,000 Surplus $300,000

Resources $4,000,000

Corbett's

Stupendous

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Ten Day

,I

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Now

In

Progress

At the most opportune time of the whole year for you we are closing out our big stock of
BRAND NEW Fall and Winter men's wear at prices in most instances actually BELOW

COST.

Nothing is spared in this great sale.

We must make a

RE A L CLEARANCE.

Costs have been forgotten. It's your chance-

to buy strictly high grade merchandise at

money saving prices.

Nothing has been imported for this sale; it is a real, honest to good-

ness Paradise of Bargains, such as Ann Arborhas not seen in years.
the Past have made History. This one will be a repeater.

CORBETT SALES in

:* U

The Greatest Feature of Our Sale is
the Rema kable Prices at which We
are offering

Mufflers
$3 BRUSHED WOOL, now $2
TRAVELING BAGS
SPECIAL VALUES
$18 Bags ....... $10
$25 Bags .......$12

Collars

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50c values, now..

..35c

35c values, nc
25c values, n

ow... .25c
w. ... 15c

FITFORM

f

Buy a Dozen, Men!

SUITS AND OVERCOATS

BUY A SUIT AND OVERCOAT OF CORBETT
BEFORE GOING HOME
All are absolutely new Fall and Winter
clothes tailored by the best tailor shops
in the country. Highly worthy of your
consideration at original prices. See what
we have done to these
Fitform Overcoats
REGULAR
$35 values, now............... . .... 23.50
$40 to $45 values, now ................ 33.50
$50 to $65 values, now ..............38.50
BUY ONE OF THEM, MEN !
,itform Suits
Former $35 to $40 values ........... ..$28."OV
Former $40 to $50 values ...............$34.50
IT'S A BROKE MAN, INDEED, WHO CAN'T
WEAR ONE OF THESE FINE SUITS HOME
THIS CHRISTMAS!I

Neckwear News

THE SEASON'S

NEWEST

NOVELTIES

' 'N

75c and $1.00

SHIRTS-SHIRTS
COLLAR ATTACHED SHIRTS, WHITE OR
TAN WITH NEW LOW COLLARS

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Hosiery
Buy a Box at these
Prices
PURE SILK
50c- 75c - $1.00
WITH CLOCKS
$1.25 - $1.50
Packed in
Christmas Boxes
LISLE HOSE
50c values - 35c
3 pairs for - 90c
35c values - 19c
3 pairs for -- 50c

$3.00 values, now ....
Neck

Band

.. $2.25
Shirts

FANCY STRIPES IN PERCALE AND MADRAS
$2.50 and $3 values, now.................. .$1.85
Every man should own a couple of these.
DRESS GLOVES

$3.50 values, now...................$7
FLEECE-LINED KID GLOVES

"$2.75

Terms Cash

Alterations at Cost

$2.50 values, now ....... ...... .$2.00
$3.00 values, now ..... ............. . 2.25
$3.50 values, now . ...... ...........ยง 12.75
20 PER CENT OFF ON ALL HATS AND CAPS

Hundreds of Other Values Not Listed

w

TOM

CO RBIETT

Extra

Spec al

IMPORTED WOOL HOSE
95c and $1.00

Bath Robes
$13.50 and $15.00 values
Now $5 and $6.50

116 East Liberty

Street

Where Fitfori Clothes Are Sold

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