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Y N D 0 N 719 N. Univerafly I
THE ONE PHOTOGRAPHER I

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"'Liv Wire" man

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look

Who delivers the Goods and has
been delivering them for 12 years
right here among Michigan Students

Kodaks
arid

Guaranteed
Amateur

Wlviiilpay
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SUPPLIES

SHIRTS
PANTS
SHOES

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BONAR LAW MAY
HEAD NEW CABINET

115 S.
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Wal k -Over R.J. Hoffstetter
er Prop,
Boot Shop

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SENIO0RS
Sit Early For Your "MICHIGANENSIAN"
PICTURE AT
619 E. Liberty St.
Ann Arbor. - - Mich.
Perfect Portraitures
Unsurpassed Accomodatlons for
Group Photographs.
V$ I "Amateur Work Handled in a Pro-
fessional Way.
MAIN s runos 1 X46-48 Broadway New York, N. Y.

1 18 E. Huron St.

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S18 E,1 Huron St.

Youir Christmas Day Suit, it will
--be Tailor made---,
Tailor-T0 M .asure clothe: are for the -It-Look- good- enough"
They are for you. Mr. Good Dresser, and our assortment of wool-
ens Was vexer better.

$17.00 Up

$17.00 Up

Hee S a Dandy Bill
STARTS TONIGHT
ANl S'I'OF SPLENDOR
De 9p ntlch cat cass and refinement
Er:Ie andErnie
adTfIREE FEET OF ED EDY
Burl es itc - MIND READERS
RAXMBLER SISTERS
Novelty Sonugs and Dances
The Lauiih Fest ofth illiI
JAS. T U$MPS9N & CO.
In "AN AFFAIR OF HIONO R"

IPossibiilty 'lijtt Unionist Mtay be
( holzA as 'Leader of War
Council
LORD DERBY FAVORS NEW PLAN
L-ondon, Dec. 6.-The London Even-,
ing News late today declared the an-'
nouncement that Bonar Law had de-
clined to formi a new cabinet was pre-
mnature. The Evening News is a
Nortlicliff e paper and has usually been
accuirate in its announcement regard-
ing the cabinet situation, due to Lord
Northcliffe's personal activity in the
present crisis.
The announcement, if true, may
mean that at the meeting of the As-
quith coalition cabinet called at Buck-
Ingham palace todiay so much opposi-
ition developed to Lloyd-George's se-
lection as Premier-a choice almost
conceded when announcement was
made that Law had declined stch a
task--thrat a reconstruction with Bon-
ar Law at the head was. still a possi-
bilit y.
London. Dec. 6.-Lord Derby an-
nounced his reason for aiding in tho
nicveme~nt for a "reconstruction of
government" at a luncheon at the AM,-
wych club today, declaring his belief
that a conmpact small committee handl-
ing. England's course in the war was
absolutely necessary.
He scornfully repudiated any charge
of intriguing or disloyalty, "but," he
added, "it became apparent, especial-
ly regarding man power, that the pres-
ent government had not previously
graspedl the situation and that unless
a small committee was formed which?
could reach decisions quickly and
have power to execute them there was
great dlanger that the plans of the
general staff whether of the army or
navy might fail during the forthcom-
ing year. Therefore, when Lloyd-
George asked mne to join in an appeal
to the Premier to ameliorate existing
conditions I felt amply Justified in so
doing."
C. W. WHITEHAIR URGES
STUDENTS TO CONTRIBUTE
(Continuer) from Page One.)
Balloting will take place in the fol-
lowing University building today from
4 o'clock to 6 o'clock: The Library,
Engineering building, Law building,
New Science 'building, Dental, build-
ing, Medical building, and University
hail. The ballots will read: Resolved,
That Michigan shall raise funds to
further the prison camp work in Eu-
rope.
Hioughton Reorders 40,000 Seals
The Michigan Anti-Tuberculosis as-
sociation reports a reorder of 40,000
Christmas Red Cross seals from
Houghton, northern part of the state.

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Mat. Y A f I Y Week of
Wed. &Sat. u (J ]II~ Dec. 4
DETRO IT
"The Blue Paradise"
4h-ru, at , cm 6:^.0:S : :' o
oc. Unless OthCTiser Specified.
Thur.- 7 - Lheda Bara in "Romeo and
Juliet'"; Chap. 6 of Gloria's Romance"
("Hidden Fires") i~c
Fri.-8-Harold Lockwood and May Alli-
son in "Big Tremaine" and Drew
Comnedyv.
Sat.-g-r:. H. .Sothern in "The Chattel,"
15c. Children's Matinee- a P. M. Baby
}early in "The Sleeping Beauty."
Mon.-i. Robert Warwick and Gail
Kane in "The Heart of a Hero," and
Christie Comedy.
Orpheum Theatre
Matir'ces, 2m:00-3 :3. E - t,:45 ts
8:r5, :0.30.
Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
Sat.-cg-Wmn. S. Hart in "The Dawn I
Maker." Also Triangle Comedy, Fay
'F'nchei in "A Calico Vampire." Eve-
ning mac,
Sun.-Man.-xo-ix-1.eonore Ulich in "The
Intrigue " Also Holmnes Travels.
Thurs -Fri.-7-8-Blanche Sweet in "Thme
Storm." Also Bray Cartoons.
What w,'-A
do t~ Hats '
We maze hats
We sell hats at retail
We carry a big stock
We have the latest all the time
We shape hats to fit the head
We clean and reblock fiats
FACTORY HAT STORB
617 Packard Next to the Delta
Cor. Packard and State

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

Book
by
Henry
Blossom
MU Ic
by
Victor
Herbert
Staged
by
Fred A.
Latham

Some shoes, slightly soiled
at reduced prices.x

Sheehan & Co.

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C. W. GRAhAM, Mngr.

WHITNEY THEATRE

Saturday, Dec. 9

With It's great cast, and positively the same company that plays the Garrick Theatre, Detroit

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WHAT'S G O1 G ON

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Today
12 o'clock--Dental faculty luncheon
at the Union.
4:15 o'clock--Emma Goldman speaks
at Woodman's hall.
4:30 o'clock-Senior avchitects meet
in room 312 Engineering building..
6 o'clock-Web and Flange dinner
at the Union.
6 o'clock-Phi Lambda Upsilon din-
ner at the Delta.
7o'clock-Meeting of men for poster
competion at Union.
7:30 o'clock--First mieeting of Poet-
ry club in Cercle Francais rooms.
7:30 o'clock---Fresh engineer smoker
at the Union.
8 o'clock-Girls' Glee club concert
at Hill auditorium.
Tomorrow
3 o'clock-Soph engineer football
practice.
6 o'clock-Michigan Daily dinner at
the Union.
7 :30 o'clock-Meeting of they A. i. E.
E. in room 348.
A bit of a compliment to the folk at
home, were a giftie of somthing niftie
from the James Foster House of Art. tf

~ xcellent 'LunCbeon anb winners ~
at iReasonable pij~ces
- t~We are serving a few regular
patrous at $5.00 per weep.
Et single meal will make 120u
a constant patron,
S621 jVacltarD C[i. li. 1374:%M
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9 o'clock--- Camp Davis dance at thef DETROIT SOLOIST PLEASES
tunion.

U-Notices
Riehearsal of the Japanese act of
"The Magic Carpet," 4 o'clock today,
Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Prof. J. S. Reeves will speak to the
class in international relations on in-
ternational law at 7 o'clock tonight in
room 302 U-hall.
Those interested in the formiationi of
a Varsity bowling club will mheet in
Waterman gymnasium tonight at 7
o'clock.
Get your shoes fixed at Paul's Place
611 E. William St. 5tf

Mrs. George B. read, Planlst4 Makes
Her First Appearance, of Year
Miss Lois M. 'Johnston, soprano, of
Detroit appeared as guest soloist at
=the faculty recital in Hill auditorium
yesterday and acquitted herself with
credit. She sang Charpentier's "De-
puis le Jour" from "Louise."
Mrs. George B. Rhead, pianist, made
her first appearance of the season and
a cordial reception was given her. She
played a prelude and fugue by Men-
delssohn, two Chopin 'etudes and an
etude by Paganini-Liszt.

Same Prices Prevail

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DANCING PARTY
At Armory
FRIDAY, DEC. 8, 1916
9 -1
FISHERSS EIGHT PIECE ORCHESTRA
PIANO-- __"Gorrny" Gornetzky. TRO Mv!BONE-- "Lone";Otto
VIOLIN-.___"Tan" Tanner, B ASS VIOLIN----"Curley" Dean
CORNET -_"Doc" Dinimock. PICCOLO __ - _ "C. P."' Toole
BANJO RINE__-"Erd" King. DRUMS--__ "Johnny" Schwer
THIS PARTY LIMITED STRICTLY TO STUDENTS
Matron In Attendance
$1.00 Per Couple Tickets on sale at BUSY BETS
Limited 125 Wed., Dec. Mt, 10 A, M.

Girls' Glee Club and

M asques. Entertainment

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Ton ight

Come and see our line of
Christmas Cards and Bolt
also Cranes Stationery
!tudents SNupplyI~o
lil S. U. S. C. Sebl eede Phone 11601

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