ence," at the
- William Russell in
r Heart." Also Corn-
-Helen Ware in
In the Second Floor Salons
Arcade-Irene Fenwick in "The
". Woman." Mutt and Jeff Car-
You'll Need a New Suit for the Holiday Trip-
BUY IT NOW-AT HALF PRICE
ys. Brockwell in
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AT THE WHITNEY
The complete winter stock is at your disposal. Choose any
racks-there are none reserved-and pay just half its regular m
Could anything be plainer or more tempting?
Mannish tailored styles; and dressy models, cleverly shirred
and trimmed with fur or velvet.
-imrose's "One Girl's Ex-'
comes to the Whitney on
c. 16. This play is a mel-
iich deals with the ever
ry of a working girl alone
s agent promises an elab-
uction and describes the
sweet old fashioned love
in a corresponding atmos-
kind that clean minds and
orb like the dew in the
the sun on a sweet May
ny rate the play will prob-
her different from the us-
Broadcloths, velours, burellas,
tricotines and velvets.
$25.00 to $110.00
szv r' z, y
so; Howard H. Heffron of Metamora,
0.; Alberto S. Hoeb of Santurce, Por-
to Rico; Zahn T. Kaye of Marquette;
Joseph A. Kervin of Bradford, Pa.; Ce-
cil A.. Kingman of Forest, 0.; Augus-
tua Kirchner; James S. Klumpp of Sag-
inaw; Hippocrates Kyprianides of Ann
Arbor; Grant H. Laing of Iron Moun-
tain; Gordon T. MacPherson of Butte,
Mont.; Elmer F. Merrill of Joliet, Ill.;
Hazen L. Miller of Highland Park;
Norman F. Miller of Iron Mountain;
William J. Moerdyk of Zeeland; Harry
M. Nelson of Kane, Pa.; Howard F.
Rowley of Rochester, N. Y.; Samuel J.
Rubley of Ann Arbor; Nathan Salon
of Fort Wayne, Ind.; Harold W.
Smith of Campbell, N. Y.; Allen C.
Starry of Walla Walla, Wash.; Wil-
liam D. Stinson of Mount Vernon, Ind.;
Emil A. Stoller of Bremen, Ind.; Hen-
ry Takacs of Belenyes, Hungary; The-
odore W. Adams of Ann Arbor; Clar-
ence Andrew Kretzschmar of Detroit;
Charles N. Weller of Ithaca; George
Maxwell Brown of Deerfield; Alfred
J. Burr of Manistique; Linus J. Fos-
ter of Ann Arbor; Donald F. Kudner
of Lapeer; Jacob Manting of Grand
Haven; Lawrence W. Hayes of Grand
Rapids; Edward O. Leahy of Liberty
Center, O.; I. Jack Mehlman of Tole-
do, 0.; George F. Moore of Normal,
A whirlwind disposal today of fine taffeta and
satin models, well tailored and trimmed with wide
belts, buttons and pockets.
All sizes up to 36 waist measure. $14.50 and
$15.00 values, today at
A really charming collect:
felts for school wear and dis
hatters' plush trimmed with ba
$4.50 to $8.50 values at
iard H. Every department in the University
Caffey is being flooded with applications from
ward J. students for their credits before they
Casimir report for duty. Two other literary
W. Gu- students have withdrawn from school
R.Hage- to join the army stores course. They
S. Hen- are: G. H. Buckner, '21, of . Port
Howes Huron, and H. E. Mitchell, '19, of
1 of De- Houghton. Samuel Harr, '18E, of
Chain- Youngstown, O., left the University
iwig of last night to join the aviation corps
yons of stationed at Columbus.
M. Mc- Lists of students from the other de-
Kinney, partments will be published as soon
artin F. as they are completed.
; Frank NEW MICHIGAN STRATA FOSSILS
bert L. ADDED TO GEOLOGY COLLECTION
Odle of -
ayotides Mr. H. H. Hindshaw of Alpena, has
s, Boise, presented to the geology department
White a collection of invertebrate fossils
of Ann gathered from the limestone and
ay City; shales of Devonian formation in
mes M. Michigan.
ence E. These specimens are particularly
Sidney valuable as they will permit the de-
John G. partment for the first time to make
Wright a careful study of sequence and rock
Brien of development of life. The rocks were
of Her- cbllected by Mr. Hinshaw, who is an
of Bay expert on limestone ald geology, from
the different strata in the vicinity of
Robert Classical Club To Give Baring's'Plays
of. Ann Satirnalia, the annual Christmas
Benton party of the Classical club, will be
Ann Ar- held at 8 o'clock Thursday night in
nestogn, Memorial hall.
Jr., of Two short dramas by Maurice Bar-
of Cha- ing will be presented for the members.
urtis of "The Aulis Difficulty" is a burlesque
Howell; on Euripides' famous tragedy "Iphi-
'rank L. genia at Aulis." The second play,
ssell L. "Lucullus' Dinner Party," is a satire
W. God- on Roman life.
nii1* of ---
All Plush and Silk Cloth Coats
Plushes, velvets, wool velours, broadcloths, kerseys, pom poms
and mixtures in taupe. brown, green. Burgundy, navy, black, Jap
blue and beet-root.
Large and smaller collars-entirely of fur, plush, self material,
or edged with fur.
Narrow and belted models. Made with high or regulation waist
lines. Some are shirred on a yoke in the back and belted only in
Loose sleeves with deep cuffs
Half or fully flined with plain or fancy satin.
up to 52.
for juniors. misses. women. and many stylish stout
$25.00 to $100.00 Values at
$18.75 to $75.00
A Most Amazing Disposal of All Silk Dresses
At One-Third Less
Just when they're most in demand for Christmas and the holidays.
Georgettes, satins and Georgette-Satin combinations for street and after-
Even the newest arrivals are included-distinctive, captivating models
from America's fashion dictators.
If. you've a favorite among them be sure to come early enough to avoid
Regular $35.00 to $65.00 Values at
$23;33 to $43.33