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Get-there Shoes for the

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T HE. OEPHOTOGRAPHER
W ,ho delivers the Goods and has
!-(cn- delivering them for 12 years
rrgt here among Michigan Students

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SENIORS
Sit Early For Your -MICHIGAN ENSIA'N
PICTURE AT
619 E. Liberty St.
Ann Arbor. - - Mich.
Perfect Portraitures
^.. Unsurpassed Accomodatoas for
Group Photographs.
UI ".Amateur Work Handled in a Pro-
fessional Way.
MAIN STUDIOS 1a446-48 Broadway New York, N. Y.

118 E. Huron S4.

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I 1 8 E. Huron St.

Your Christmas Day Squit, it will
---be Tailor made.--,
Tailor-To Measure clothes are for the "It-Looks-.good -enough
They are for you, Mr. Good Dresser. and our assortment cf wool-
ens was never better.

$17.00 Up

$17.00 Up

Mr. R. D. Mac Nitt

Wishes to Announce

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That he has severed all connection, with the
Calkins Drug Co. At this time, Mr. Mac Nitt
also wishes to announce the opening of the

KODAK FLORIST

Dec. 15, 1916, in the Nickels Arcade. S. State
St., which will have a complete line of F~AST-
MAN KODAKS and Films, Cut Flowers, Pot-
ted Plants, Rental Palms, and Table Fountains.
His personal services are now at the com-
mand of his friends and 'customers at the new
store. Kodak finishing our specialty---8 hour
service. Temporary office for our customers
who have been leaving their filmns at Calkins-
232 Nickels Arcade, Phone 600.

LAST FAILYCOCET
TOMORO'_ATERNOON
FfiuA IU it' ..Bef,n-e 4hritin s 'Iac-t.
tion Chen in Bill Audi-
An especially interesting concert
w ill be given on the faculty twilight
concert aeries in Hill auditorium at
4:15 o'lock tomorrow afternoon to
which the general public is cordially
invited.
This will be the last twilight recital
beore the Christmas vacation, as it
has been (deided to omit the one an-
nounced for Dec. 20.
Mrs. George 13. Rhead of the piano
department o the University School
of M~usic will make her first appear-
ancee for the season at this time, while
the niversity School of Music string
quartet. cnsisting of Mr. and Mrs.S.
P. Lockwood, Mr. A. J. Whitmire and
Mr. Lee N. Parler will appear in at
g'roup of suvller numbers.
Special interest will center in Miss
Leis Johnston of Detroit who will ap-
pear as guest soloist. Miss JohnstonI
is a prominent conert and church
singer of Detroit, and for the past two
years has been doing special work unf-
der Theodore Harrison. Miss John-
ston ill present "Depuis le Jour''
from "Louise" and a group of songs3.
The foloig program will be
given:
Depuis le Jour from "Louise"..
......... Charpentier
Miss Lois Johnston
Prelude and Fugue. E minor, Op.
.5.Mendelssohn
Etude, Op. 10, No. ,
Etude, Op. 10, No. 3........ Chopin
Etude.. .............. Pagaini-Liszt
Mrs. George B. Rhead
" Phyllis Has Such Charming Graces"
.~Young
"A Dissonancel......... ..... Borodife
"The Bird of the Wildrness"...
.~Horsman
miss Johnston
Andant e Favori......... ..Beethoven
Oritale, from suite. Op. 35, for quar-
tet..................... Glazounow
Two Miniatures (Andantino, Alleg-
retto).........,........Kalinnikow
Third Movemenot from Quartet in D
.Samazeullh
Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Lockwood, violins;
Mr. A. J. Whitmire, viola; Mr. Lee N.
Parker, 'cello.
VA OUKERESIGNSRA
lilll elth One of Ca ues; Tw o Oler
Minisers Also Show Desire
toGive U p Positions
Washington, Dec. 4. -Henry Van
Pke, American minister to Holland,
heas resigned, it was learned officially
this afternoon. John W. Garrett of
Baltimore probably will be named by
President Wilson to fill the post of
United States minister at The Hague,
made v acant by the resignation of
Van Dyke. Gartt has had consid-
erable diplomatic experience, having
teen minister to Argentina.
it was also learned officially today
that the minister to Colombia, Thad-
dens Austin Thompson, and the mn-
sier to Sam, William H. Hernibroch
have tendered their resignations. It
:i s been kanown for somec time that
Minister Van ,Dke has wanted to re-
sign. Ile has not been in the best of
health and his heavy duties increased
his desire to return to America.

~~~4l~l~ det Cnsle byUnion Meads
Grou~ps of students from the various
-iees will be called upon by the
A-i e-presidents of the Michigan Union
or suggestions concerning the social
needs of the Union. it is hoped in
this Nay to arouse a greater Interest
in the~ work of the organization.
The series of departmental enter-
tainmen ts of which the all-law smoker
w=as the first, will be continued.
Watch for the grncpnnrg of :^n..
Arbor's Finest 'ealSo.; Nckels
A rcxd e. 3-t11
You have not shiopp~d
Unless you ha ve stoppeld
At the Jaimes Foster Hlouse of Art.. tf

ilon.-Tues.-XWed.-4-5.6 Mary Pickford in
"Less Than Tile Dust." 1ler own pro-
dIu ction.
Trhar.- 7 - Theda Bara in "Romeo and
Juliet"; Chap. 6 of Gloria's Romance"
("Hidden Fires'') 15c
Fri.-8-Emiily Stevens in "The Wager."
D~rees-Comedy.
Orpheum Theatre
Matitir'ees, 2:00-3 :30: Evening, 6:45,.
8:15, 9:30.'
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
fluts---i~lian Gish iin "Diane of the Fol-
lies." Also Triangle Comedy, Slim I
Summierville in "His Blusted 'Trust,'
Fvenling 15c.
Wed.-6-iMary Piokford in "Poor Little
lleppin a." 7 Reels. RebaookedP
i111; -Fi.-7-8-Blanche Sweet in "Theo
Sto rm. A so l ray Cartoons.Wh t W
Sdo Hats

Mat.
Wed. v Sat.

She al

C. W. CA~AMWiner.

GABRICK
DETRO I'T

ioc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Phone ig6-M.

We niake iats
We" 11 fhats at retail
We carry a trig stock
W ,e have the latest all the tdine
We shape hats to fit the lead
We clean and rebloek hats
FACTORY HAT STORE
617 Packard Next to the Delta
Cor. Packard and State

Week of
Dec. 4

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WHINF -, 'TwlF

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ininin' i " i hIsamuLs

Satturd iy, c

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Joe
Weber
offers
the
return
Engagement
of
the
Triumphant
Musical
Comedy
Success~

'tfe Blue Paradise"
ARCADEJ
Show, at 3:00; 6:30; 8:oo, 9:3o

at reducedpres

Book
Heury
r, l o<io m
iN u;ic
by v
V:ic or
'f rber {t .
taged
ir.d .

NOW SHOWING
Thomas P. Jackson & Coo
"The better fronm Home"

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CLASS NOTICES

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Owing' to ai severe cold and
loss of voice, Prof. R. M. Wenley
regrets that he cannot meet the
couarses in ethics and history of
philosophy today.
Prof. It. W. Sellars will not be
able to meet his classes today.

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WAT'S GOING ON
Toda
4:15 o'clock--Fresh pharmic meet-
ing. roo'm 300 chemistry building.
c3 o'clock--Social Service Workers'
13anqluct, Newberry hall.
7 o'clock-Colorado club meeting at
the Union.
:30 o'clock--Adelphia meets on
fourth floor in U-Hall.
7:;30 o'clock-Kansas club smoker
at the Union,
Tontorrow
12 o'clock-B3arristers' luncheon at
the Union,
4 o'clock-Tan Beta P1 dinner at the
Union.
4 o'clock-Fresh lit meeting, new
sclence lecture room. Everybody
IMust pay 50 cents dues at the door.
7:30 o'clock-Dixie club smoker, at
tho Dltai. Cafe.
U-?NotiCes
Rehecarsal of scenieA of the llindofo
act of "The Magic Carpet" at 4 o'clock
Today in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
I Junior lits pay class dues lit the cor-
ridor of the Library from 1 to 5
o'clock today, and from 2 to 5 o'clock
tom.,orrow.
Imipor'tant meeting' of the Youngs-
town-AMicbigan club, room 122 chemis-
try building.
Senior literary students will be giv-
en an opportunity to pay their class
dues for the current year, on Wednes-
dlay from 2 until 5 o'clock. An ofiecr
of the class will be stationed in the
corridor to the west entrance of the
!'ibrary for the purpose.
Meeting of the Mortar Board at the
Kappa Kappa Gamma house at 7:301
o'clock tonight.
A rehearsal of tihe Hindu act, scene
two, of the "Magic Carpet," will be
held at Sarah Caswell Angell hail at
4 o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
MfIICHIIGANENSIAN SUBSCRIPTION
CVA1PAIGN BEGINS TODAY.
SAVE 50 CENTS.
High grade Kodak Finishing at Sug-
den's.

ADDITIONAL

SPOHTI

Kate Watson
"The Hoosier Girl"
Mimic Four
"The Day After"
Bernivic"i Brothers
"A Night in Venice"
Treat for the KIddies
Morlan's Swiss Canines
50 Wonderful Dog Actors

With it's great cast, and positively the same cWipayI, l Ias ,.0;rr ~Theatre.,, leroit
-Pumps in patent and dull lahralso popular'
Party slippers in all colors cf a Sin. u ll or Patent
leather and also Goldl and Sle cohpumnps
MaaillS110 ~t Wie t.

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DISCONTINUE D C ILRUNS IOIU
R. D. Mac Nitt has discontinued do-
ing Calkins Drug Co.'s kodak. finish-
ing. A new store will be opened by
hime in the Nickels Arcade the 15th of
December, which will have a complete
lin'e of Eastman kodaks and supplies.
Amateur finishing will be his special-
ty. Temporary quarters for receivingi
films that were formerly left at Calk-
ins will be at 232 Nc i Arcade.-
adv. 3-5-6-7-8-9
Leave your film at the Delta. 24
hour service.
0~. G. Andres for shoe repairing. 222
b. State. 'Phone 1718-J. tues-sod
Flannel Shirts made to order. G. HR
Wild Company. Leading ..merchant

PROF. RED N, SCOTT SPEAKS
Address es Engrlish T'eacbiers' Meeting
in 'New York City
"Live rightly, think good thoughts,
have right felings, be genuine, do not
screamn or strain or make pretense,
cultivate a harmonious soul-follow
these injin-tions and you are laying
the true foundi~ation of a standard
American speech," was the essence of
a recent speech delivered by Prof. F.
N. Scott of the rhetoric department at
a meeting of the ?National Council of
'Pe-, hers of English in New York.
Profesasor Scott took as his subject the
', ntlard of American Speech."
In tile course of his address. Pro-
fessor Scott brought out the point that
there will never be one fixed standard
of speech iin America and that it is
probable that "there will always be
at least three main types of speech
which by the extent and distinction of
their use will rise above the grade of
dialects."
In concluding his remarks he stated
that "the best American speech of any
period will be that which with least
resstraint of affection or waste of ef-
fort gives adequate utterance to the
best that is in the American char-

YARDAGE GAINED WILL
DECIDEFOURTH KNOT1
Fresh Lit-Sophi Engineer Series of No
D~ecisions Given Over to
Officials
In the fourth contest to decide the
winner of the second division the
fresh lits and soph engineers played
once more to a scoreless tie yester-
day afternoon on south Ferry field.
The condition of affairs seems to have
reached a crisis and it was decided
that in case of. another draw yester-
day that the team gaining the great-
est amount of ground would be called
the winner.
This was agreed upon before the
game and that it was not an action
unnecessary is proved by the fact that
the elevens immediately went on the
field and played for four scoreless
quarters. As yet the official count of
the yards gained by the two teams is
uncertain but the figures given ais the
approximate gains by Mr. Rowe point
to a lead by the yearlings, that squad
having gained 56 yards from scrim-
mage to the 43 of the sophomores.
The even nature of the two teams

atid~ the approaching cold weather
makes action of~ this sort necessary.
The Wwnner of these elevens will bat-
tio the re laws tomorrow for the
fourth adls st of numerals.
b :'A a .;C 'LORTiZS WINTER
Aniother basketball team : is to be
organized thisyear r i~restiug
hodly of stuts wh xlo hae. nVrput
out a teambfre. The.giaa t,,stur-
dents of the hnivrsity are to entefr
the list in an effiort to capture th,:,
campus championshaip ttlt',.
A mneeting of ,;lads will be )held In
the tr-ophy room in V1ai.┬▒rn n gym
nasiuin Thursday, hee. 7 at 5 o'c lockr
for the purpose of corgaiz.ing;thi
team and arngnttm or practice,.
All graduate stuidents qtr;, urged t re
port at thsmetnlo botthetem
Tphi5 s the b ;;igg lassot whfich
the 14c intailil ea tt conduts
and that it s rwig iintre'st and
inagnitu(le is:atestd by t numbfe
of teams adidvdasthat turn:11out
for thegme.Th e new- teamn to be
entered in the race should p~ut out
a fairly strong team and at least be
countedC among the bidders for the
title,
NI1CE 10 iNIAN SHCiITO
CAMPA lN BE%1!'IIS ODAY.
4 ~ SAVE1. ,s6CENTS,
The Michigan Daily for service.

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