MNERRY CHRISTMAS THOUGHTS
R KISTM AS
Christmas 1kiI soon be here
prepared. You are better able to reflect the
rit of the Season if you are becomingly dressed.
and-tailored suit, made from one of the hundreds of
wool fabrics we are showing, cut and fitted to your
!vidual measure, will enhance your appearance and
force to your CHRISTMAS GREETING.
'here's something behind it, when the well-dressed man says,
FRE S E
- - 75c to $100-00
ENLARGEMENTS (from your best negatives)
CALENDERS (for Picture inserts)
L Y N DO0 ' 719 N. University Ave.
Open Evenings until 9 o'clock
C9 L FRuU DITleains and Sphinx Contribute to f
Goodfellow Movement to Pro-
- vile for Needy
WO-ME 'Si ORGANIZATIONS BUST'
,J. K. MLCOLM
604 E. Liberty St.
Dress Suits for Hire
Sit Early For Your 'MICHIGANENSIAN"
619 E. Liberty St.
Ann Arbor, - - Micb.
Unsurpass~ed Accomodations for
($Ui1 lO"Amateur Work Handled in a Pro-
r' fesional Way.
MAIN STIUDioS 1546-48 Broadway New Yo>rk. N. Y.
AT'S , *(~Y ON
o'clock--Men students formerly at-,
ding St. Johns high school meet at
30 o'clock-Union services of Ann
or churches, Hill auditorium.
o'clock-Prof. R. M. Wenley speaks
Nenorah society, Newberry hail.
o'clock--Prof. B3rumm speaks at
shman assembly, Natural Science
o'clock--Junior lit smoker at
:30 o'clock--Cercle Francais meets
Cercle Francais rooms.
rehearsal of the Chinese act of the
gic Carpet," 7 o'clock Monday
ning in Hill auditorium.
!ospltifitCirce VPreparing Gifts
'he hospital circle of King's Daugh-
is preparing its usual Christmas
;s for the children in the University
pitals. The ladies in charge. an-
ince that they are more in need of
ds than ever and will welcome con-;
lgh grade Kodak Finishing at Sug-
WEATHER BRINGS OUT
I1NTEREST IN HOCKEY
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cities than any other university in
The interclass hockey season will
open officially as soon as the cold
tweather becomes set and ice forms.
In the past much interest has been
staken in this section of interclass ath-
letics and it is rumored that the
classes are already getting in line for
the series by organizing and making
ANENT PAT AND PIL IN H. S.
(Continued from Page Three)
1916 when we find Pat; and Phil again
in hearty co-operation on Yost's elev-
At the present time the old rivals
are harmonic parts of a perfect unit
and are together being counted upon
as forming the nucleus of the 1917
machine predicted to give Michigan
the best season in years~. Such is the
story of Pat Smith and Phil Raymond
IWhat might have been the result had
"each 'retained his Ugh school ideas
~and old rivalries?
Watch for the grand opening of Anx:
,Arbor's Finest Floral Shop. Nickels
1 Arcfrde. I-tt
Contributions are beginning to roll
in in answer to the appeal sent out
by the Goodfellows for funds and pro-
visions for Ann Arbor's poor.
Activity among the various honorary
societies has begun and the list is
headed by Vulcans and Sphinx. Their
C".-Atributions are as follows:
Sphinx ............... 5.1
Every organization on the campus
will take the matter up during the next
week and their enthusiastic co-opera-
tion is assured. Work among the wom-
en's organizations is progressing rap-
idly. Six sororities have already prom-
ised to buy complete outfits of cloth-
ing for as many little girls, as well
as entertain them at their Christmas
Martha Cook dormitory and several
of the league houses will contribute
money. One sorority will contribute
a sum of money which will be used in
the Homneopathic hoiltal. Several
other houses are dressing dolls. All
university women who wish to can
help in work of this kind that is now
being done at Newberry hall.
Tickets for the Goodfellow illus-
trated lecture, to be given next Wed-
nesday evening at 8 o'clock in Uni-
versity hall by Norman B. Conger, di-
rector of the Detroit weather bureau,
and George R. Swain of this city, went
on sale this afternoon. They may be
obtained from any member of the busi-
ness or editorial staffs of The Daily.
For information call John E. Camp-
Mr. Conger will give a lecture in
connection with-~slides showing places
of interet near Washington, D. C. He
will also talk on the subject, "How
Weather Is Made in the United States."
Ar. Conger is known as all entertain-
ing lecturer. He is a member of the
state board of the Michigan Society of
Solis of the American Revolution, the
local organization of which society
made the preliminary arrangements
for the lectures.
Mr. George R. Swain will give a
lecture illustrated by slides of un-
excelled artistic and technical qual-
ities; showing the best of North Amer-
ica's matchless mountain scenery. Mr.
'"ht 'c t.:00; 6:3o; S:oo; 9:30
to rU les thtlerwise Specified.-
rt Thur.- q - Theda Bara in "Romeo and
Juliet"; Chap. 6 of GRloria's Romance"
F("Hidden Fires") 15c
F Fri.-8-Harold L~ockwood and May AMl-
son in. "Big Tremaine" and Drew
Sat.-9-Y. 1H. Sothern in "The Chattel,"
15c. Children's Matinee- 2 P. M. Baby
Early in "The Sleeping Beauty,'
Mon.-ti- Robert Warwick and( Gail
Kane fu "The Heart of a Hero," and
lt°tnes :oo-3 :'o: Evening, 6:45.
Satt rday-Holidays continuous.
Sun.-Mon..oio-I-eonore Ulrich in "The
Iitrigute " Also Holmes Travels.
Tues.-re-Doiti1as Fairbanks in "Man--
I Comnedy, "Robbyw Vernon in "Bay
stacks and Steeples."' Evening i5c.
That Failed.''"i'Th ih
Goadhew Floral Co.
224 K. Liberty. Phone 1321
Choice Cyvclemens, Bengonias,
Chlerry Plants and Primroses.
Some shoos, slightly soiled
at reduced prices.
A Miracle of St. Anthony
C.W. GR I~hAM, Mfngr.
-w3.-y sV<Qa15 Y''a'..
Novelty Xmas Baskets.
A Roadhouse in Arden
WI-II TNEY THEATRE
Friday, Decembler 15
Volland St. Phone, 170-M.
S wain will show about 100 slides, se-
lected from his collection of more than
3,000. They were made from Mr.
Swain's own negatives and many of
them will deal with a 750-mile tramp,
in British Columbia along and near
the Canadian Pacific railway.
WASHINGTON SQUARE PLAYERS
Seat Sale Wednesday, 1 0 A. M.
Prices 50c to $2.0
Seats on sale
THE FAMOUS NEW YORK WINTER GAR
DEN'S GREATEST, GIRLIEST AND MOST
GORGEOUS SHOW IN 9 HUGE SCENES RI-
VALLING IN REGAL SPLENDOR AN OR!-
A COMPANY OF
OVER 100 O F
x ES 'mIC
WICHI 90 PER
Day, 9rs ngonday Night
.1. :1 C." u' Spectacle De Luxe.
1 :30-3--7 anid S:30 P. M.
REVUE OF 1916~
Song Studlies alid Chara cr lhdintt titiobns
TullE S'aison's Best Bet
NARRY AILER AN) AN-NA ARLJINE
F"IELDS, KEANI:E AND WALSH
"After th~e Sbo.)"
WILL MOI RIS
"Broadw ay's Biggest Little Star"
offers you five reels of mighty
scenes, building rapidly and
smoothly to a climax of smashing
was produced from that vivid story
of life in bloody Russia, written by
Jamecs Oppenhein . In supper of
Miss Dana are a number of young
favorite screen players, including
Richard Tucker. Bob Walker,
Frank Farrington and Sally Crute.
AHost o Tantlzig
Sirens Coaxed fom
the Whte Lights of
Broadway for the irt
EXTRA S P C I tUFEATURE
The Spectacular Singing Novelty
64THEl' GIRL IN THE MOON"
Vauleille's -Most Fret entlo us Offering
A VE:RTIABLE WONDER CAST HEADED BY
THE COURTNEY SISTERS
WANDA LYON, ROSIE QUINN, FRANKLIN BATIE
24 JINGLY MUSICAL NUMBERS OF T71E SINGABLE KIND
FAMOUS "WALKIN" THE DOG" DANCE
A1 FEAST FOR THE EYE-A BANQUET FOR THE EAR
RE GULA U PRICE