719 N. University
I ST MAS
Christmas hvill soon be here
THE ONE PHOTOGRAPHER
Who delivers the Goods and has
been delivering them for 12 years
right here among Michigan Students
Be prepared. You are better able to reflect the
Spirit of the Season if you are becomingly dressed.
A hand-tailored suit, made from one of the hundreds of
ill-wool fabrics we are showing, cut and fitted to your
ndividual measure, will enhance your appearance and
add force to your CHRISTMAS GREETING.
There's something behind it, when the well-dressed man says,
C i~arante ed
COUNI L 10 PLAN
Wed. & sat.
S HOE S
"Tbe Blue Paradi
J. K. MALCOLM
604 E. Liberty St.
Dress Suits for Hire
f by gintd Appropriate $150 to
Be U cdaIzStudent Or-
irts to order
Sit Early For Your "MICHIGANENSIAN"
619 E. Liberty St.
Ann Arbor. - - Mich.
w4Unsurpassed Aecomodations for
a- "Amateur Work Handled in a Pro-
MAIN STUDIOS 1546-48 Broadway New York, N. Y.
VA J ESTIC
oinas P Jackson & Go.
"The Letter from Home'
"The Hoosier Girl"
"The Day After"
A Night in Venice"
Treat for the Kiddies
erian's Swiss Canines
50 Wonderful Dog Actors
Rehearsal of the second scene of the'
Hindu act of the "Magic Carpet" at 4
o'clock today, Sarah Caswell Angell
Rehearsal of the Japanese act of the
"Magic Carpet," 4 o'clock tomorrow,
Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Junior lits pay their class dues in
the corridor of the Library from 2 to
5 o'clock today.
Senior lits pay their class dues from
2 to 5 o'clock today at 'west entrance'
of the Library.
Choral Union ushers please report
for Girls' Glee club concert at 7 o'clock
tomorrow, Hill auditorium.
REQUESTI DAJ FROM CAMPUS
At a ineetin of the student council
Monday night a committee was ap-
pointo f to work on the Memorial and
Endowment fund which was started
by the class of 1916 and which is to
be continued and forwarded by this
year's class. The idea of the Endow-
ment fund grew out of the plan which
was advocated last year to combine
the memorials given by the senior
cla:s of each department. The fund,
which now amounts to $1,600, is in
charge of a committee composed of
several alumni, the president, treas-
urer, and one faculty member, of the
Minutes to be Published in Daily
The council decid :d that hereafter
the full minutes of every meeting will
appear in The Daily on the morning
following the meeting. This will be
done in order to further the co-opera-
tion between the council and the stu-
The regents have appropriated the
annual $150 for the student council.
The combined council has petitioned
the University authorities for funds
with which to prepare the floor of Bar-
bour gymnasium for the. dances to be
given by the council. .
To 'rake Part in Prison Relief Work
A motion was passed to the effect
that if the sentiment of the campus
is in favor of a campaign to raise
funds for prison camp relief the coun-
cil should take an active and lead-
ing part in the movement.
A letter has been prepared which is
to be sent out to the various campus
honorary societies requesting that
ideas from them be brought to the
council for action. This being done to
foster co-operation between the so-
cieties and the council.
Fixtures are being installed in the
new student council rooms on the
fourth floor of Mason hall. There is
to be a new filing system under which
the reports of all committees will be
fueled. This will greatly facilitate the
work of the council in the future. The
rooms will also have telephone con-
Favors IntereolleL'iate Basketball
The council as individuals placed
Shows at 3:00; 6:30; 8:00; 9:30
zoc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Mon.-Tues-Wed.-4-5.6 Mary Pickford in
"Less Than The Dust." Her own pro-
Thur. 7 - Theda Bara in "Romeo and
Juliet"; Chap. _6 of Gloria's Romance"
("Hidden Fires") 15c
Fri.-S-Emily Stevens in "The Wager."
Matinees, 2:00-3:30; Evening, 6:45,
h ~ w~
WHITNEY T EATR E
C. W. CRAhAM~ Mngr.
Wed.-6-Mary Pickford in "Poor Little
Peppina." 7 Reels. Rebooked'
Thurs.-Fri.-7-8-Blanche Sweet in "The
Storm." Also Bray Cartoons.
Sat.-9-Wm. S. Hart in "The Dawn
Mtak er." Also Triangle Comedy, Fay
r nc et in "A Calico Vampire."iEve-
Goodhew Floral Co.
'22 E. Liberty. Phone 1321
Choice Cyclemens, Bengonias,
Cherry Plants and Primroses.
h e ehP
Some shoes, slightly soiled
at redu c prios.
Novelty Xmas Baskets.
With it's great cast, and positively the same company that plays the Garrick Theatre, Detroit
o'clock-Fresh engineer assembly,
n 348 engineering building.
o'clock-Barristers' luncheon at
o'clock-Fresh lit meeting, new
ice lecture room. Fifty cents dues
be collected at the door.
15 o'clock-Faculty concert at Hill
15 o'clock-Emma Goldman speaks
>'clock-Tau Beta Pi dinner at the
7 to 8 o'clock-Prison camp mass
eting, Hill auditorium.
7 o'clock-Fresh Glee club rehearsal,
7:30 o'clock-All-medic 'smoker at
7:30 o'clock-Dixie club smoker at
o'clock-Fancis Neilson lectures in
2 o'clock-Dental faculty luncheon
:15 o'clock-Emma Goldman speaks
o'clock-Web and Flange dinner
o'clock-Girls' Glee club concert,
0 o'clock-Fresh engineer smoker
:30 o'clock - First meeting of
etry club in Cercle Francais rooms.
)wing to counter attractions, the
ssical club will not meet Thursday
ht as was announced. The annual'
istmas party will be given Dec. 14;
i more definite announcements will3
n exhibit of rare books and bind-
s will be opened today in room 2191
ural science building.f
The following senior engineer com-
mittees have been appointed in addi-
tion to those announced previously:
Cap and gown-W. F. Gerhardt,
chairman; R. F. Kohr, M. W. Patter-
son, C. Hill. Promenade-B. A. Sten-
berg, chairman; W. J. Schoepfle, K.
F. Walker, W. M. Riach, J. L. Whalen.
Sing-Don Smith, M. Nicholls. Sou-
venir-G. A. Stevenson, chairman; H.
J. McFarlan, S. J. Leach, L. J. Rich-
ards, R. E. Dickie. Banquet-R. W.
Collins, 'hairman; H. Carroll, B. Rose,
W. Brodhead, R. A. Hayward. Recep-
tion-G. Smith, chairman; A. A.
Schupp, E. A. Bartelme, E. A. Thomas,
J. W. Neumann. Picture-L. Watson,
chairman; T. W. Rea, M. Cutting, L.
E. Whitaker, .. Burrows. Memorial-
IL A. Taylor, chairman; H. B. Win-
chell, J. H. Otis, E. R. McLaughlin, H.
W. Sheldon. Cane-C. A. Breitung,
chairman; R. S. Scott, H. B. Bassett,
L. B. Hadley.
A second shipment of senior cordu-
roys has been received, and will be
distributed to those men who were un-
able to get trousers in the first ship-
The senior architects will will hold
a class meeting in room 312 at 4:30
o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Among
the matters that will be considered at
this time will be the selection of the
class canes, the arrangement of a class
dinner, and the selection of the class
Dr. C. B. Stouffer will be the speaker
at the freshman engineer assembly
which takes place at 11 o'clock to-
day in room 348.
The junior engineers will hold a;
"slide rule shuffle" at the Packard
academy on Friday evening. Tickets,
the number of which is limited to 60,
can be obtained at the Technic desk or
from the members of the social com-
mittee of the class at one dollar each.
Volland St. Phone, 170-M.
itself on record as being in favor of
having intercollegiate basketball at
A committee is still working on a
solution of the peanut politics evil and
probably an open meeting will be held
in the near future concerning this
COUNCIL TO PRESENT SIGNED
LIST TO BOARD IN CONTROL
(Continued from Page Three.)
teams as the Rayls and the Buckeye
Paints. These aggregations are won,
derful basketball machines who have
played together for years and against
who the ordinary college team would
stand no chance whatever. We should
gain very little by playing them.
Try a Michigan Daily Want Ad.
GORKY AND TCHEKHOV DEALT
WITh IN GOLDMAN LECTURES
"Anton Tchekhov is considered the
bridge between old and young Rus-
sian literature," Miss Emma Goldman
said in her lecture yesterday after-
noon. "Being primarily a novelist, he
did not sermonize or theorize, but
painted life as it really existed. He
was a great creative genuis and a
"Woman is independent of man. She
is not an appendage". She must not
necessarily cling to man. She has a
just right to voice her own opinions,
and is not confined to the task of
echoing the ideas of her husband.
Tchekhov pointed out woman's rights
long before suffrage advocates did."
In the evening Miss Emma Goldman
spoke on "Maxim Gorky, the Voice- of1
Revolt." She stated that his message
was that life was here for a. purpose
and that the living dead were obstacles
in the path of progress.
'mber Will Decide Drill Question
Whether Michigan's military train-
ing corps is to be continued or aban-
doned is a question that will be de-
cided tonight when those interested in
the organiation will meet at 7:15
o'clock in Waterman gymnasium. The
number of students present at this
meeting will probably be the deciding
factor and it is urged that every one
who has any interest whatever in
seeing the work continued be on hand.
All men attending this meeting -are
requested to bring tennis shoes to
wear during drill. The tennis shoes
are to be carried and not worn to the
U se the advertising columns of the
Michigan Daily in order to reach the
beat of Ann Arbor's buyers.
A STORE OF INDIVIDUAL SHOPS
308-10-12 South Main Street
ONL .dmm rY
TI P/ FE EN Shopping Days
Our Toyland is
ment in our store.
and up to date.
the busiest depart-
Fvery article new
A bit of a compliment to the folk at
home, were a giftie of somthing niftie
from the James Foster House of Art. tf
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lLIBEKTY AT 6 061
MAKE GIFT SELECTIONS EARLY
The joy of Christmas giving is often
marred by the problem of what to
give. You can however select with
ease any number of beautiful and use-
ful gifts from our large stock.
D E. GR ENNAN
Knickers LIBERTY AT 606 Breeches
Skates, roller and ice.
For- the Ladies
MAHOGANY TEA TRAYS
Regular Price, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75
Sale Price, 59c, 89c, 99c
Come and see the New Erector
Bigger models, more for your
money than any other toy.
S5c to $15.00
Black Cat Door Holders.
Ice Hot Bottles.
5 o'clock Teas.
Electric Corn Poppers.