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December 15, 1916 - Image 6

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ISTMAS

MERRY CHRISTMAS THOUGHTS

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KODAKS

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- - 75c to $100.00

Christmas )pill soon be here

e prepared. You are better able to reflect the
irit of the Season if you are becomingly dressed.
hand-tailored suit, made from one of the hundreds of
-wool fabrics we are showing, cut and fitted to your
dividual measure, will enhance your appearance and
d force to your CHRISTMAS GREETING.
There's something behind it, when the well-dressed man says,

ENLAREMENTS (from your beAt negatives)
CALENDERS (for Picture inserts)
LYNDON' S 719 N. UniversityAve
Open Evertings until 9 o'clock

BULBS

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Books

"Merry Christmas"

J. K. MALCOLM
604 E. Liberty St.
Dress Suits for Hire

to order

SENIORS
Sit Early For Your "MICHIGANENSIAN"
PICTURE AT
619 E. Liberty St.
Ann Arbor. - - Mich.,
Perfect Portraitures
Unsurpassed Accomodations for
Group Photographs.
(;I "Amateur Rork Handled in a Pro-
fessional Way.
MAIN STUDIOS 1546-48 Brodway New York, N. Y.

W H I THNE Y
One Big
Sg lec.16
SAT.
The N. Y. Winter Garden's
Greatest Show

Whitney Theatre
TONIGHT

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Washington
Square
Players
-in-.
A Miracle of St. Anthony
Helena's Husband
Moondown
A Roadhouse in Arden

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WANT BASIC TERMS IN
AL~IES' PEACE REPLY
Sentiment in England Urges Definite
Statement of Demands in
Reply to Note
By Ed. L. Keen
(United Press Staff Correspondent.)
London, Dec. 14.-Sentiment in-
creased today in favor of including in
England's answer to the Geraan peace
note a clear and explicit definition of
the allies' basic terms. It is certain
the answer will be a refusal of the pro-
posal at this time, but it is felt in many
quarters that the allies should meet
the diplomatic strategy in sending the
note, by a counter move which would
put the allies as the first of the two
sides to make known definite demands
and concessions.
Berlin, Dec. 14.-The right wing of
the German army in Roumania has
already advanced 62 miles east of
Bucharest in eastern Wallachia.
Pctrogiad, Dec. 14.-"The enemy
continued attacks toward Buzeu on
Tuesday," today's official statement
said. "Cavalry and infantry detach-
ments met the enemy west and south-
west of Buzeu."
London, Dec. 14.-The. Kaiser re-
turned to Berlin Tuesday evening
where he will remain until the answer
of the entente powers to the German
peace proposals is received.
Amsterdam, Dec. 14-A German
submarine sank a British steamer
bound from New York to England with
a cargo of 6,000 tons of war materials
off the French channel, according to
telegrams from Berlin. The dispatch
also states that between Nov. 18 and
Dec. 8 German submarines succeeded
in sinking vessels laden with 17,000
tons of coal bound from England to
France.
HOWARD BEATTY CONTINUES AS
ASSISTANT COACH FOR AGGIES
Lansing, Dec. 14.--Howard Beatty
former track captain at M. A. C.,basket-
ball star and a member of the 1915
Varsity football team, has made good
as a football coach. At least he has met
with the approval of the athletic board
of control, for he has been engaged to
continue as assistant coach the re-
mainder of the year.
In his new work he will take charge
of the Aggie All-Fresh basketball team
during the winter and have full carge
of the track work next sprin. eatty
started as coach early in September
with a bunch of 60 green men to work
with. He was given orders to produce
a winning all-fresh eleven and he de-
livered the goods. The Aggie yearl-
ings lost but one game of the five
scheduled.
PEACE CAUSES STOCK FLURRY

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Orhein Theatre
M ,o necs, :00-3:30; Evening, 6 45,
8S, 9 30.

Fr
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Saturdays-Holidays continuous.
i.-i5-Vivian Martin in "Her Father's
on." Also Bray Cartoons.

First time here of IRVING BERLIN'S

Mar. Week of
Wed. Sat. A I I K Dec. i1
DETROIT
"If I Were King"
A R V00 A D EL
Shows at 3:00; 6:30. 8:00: C:30
icc U ies Otherwise Specibed
VPhore io6-M.
ri.i-5r-mily Stevens in "The Wager";
Darew Comedy.
Sat.-16-Anita Stewart in "The Combat"=
Charlie Chaplin in "Belhind the
Screen"'sc.
Cd 'ren's Matinee 2 P. M. "A Street
waif's Christmas." "Sunbeam."
"Santa Claus. a Boy and Girl" and
"Buster Comedy.''
Mon.-:S-Theda Baia in "Under Two
Flags," (Ret.); Christie Comedy.

SAnd

Sat.-i6-Bessie Barriscale in "Plain Jane.'
Also Triangle Comedy, Fay 'Iincher
in The Lady D~rummner.'' Fvening F.5e.
Sun.-Mon.-17-iIFaunie Ward in "Witch-
craft." Also Holmes Travels.
Goodhew Floral Co.
225 E. Liberty. Phone 1321
Choice Cyclemens, Bengonias,
Cherry Plants and Primroses.

International Syncopated Musical Triumph
(Made in America)

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C. W. CRAhAM, Mngr.
Tuesday
VvyTetr e.1

Novelties

Music and I yrics by
IRVING BERLIN

Staged by
R. H. BURNSIDE

Book by
HARRY B. SMITH

Novelty Xmas Baskets.

Let us help you make your selection

Literature

Company of 100 Headed by
CONROY & LE MAIRE
Courtney Sisters
and including
THAT NIFTY CHORUS
MAJESTIC
NOW SHOWING
Big Musical Show
"THE ELOPERS"
With Jessie Maker and Teddy
and Nellie McNamara
LE ROY AND HARVEY
In a Comedy sketch "Rained In"
PAUL BAUWINS
"The Human Freight Train"
KLASS AND WAIMAN
The Syncopated Musickers
MILTON FRANKEL
Modeller in Common Clay

Extraordinary
Engagement

SEATS NOW ON SALE
Prices 50c to $2.00

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Greenhouses-Observatory and
Volland St. Phone, 170-M.
'Fresh Lits old Smoker Tuesday1
To make easier the thought of leav-
ing for home next day, the fresh lits
will hold a smoker at the Union Tues-
day night. Dean J. R. Effinger and Dr.
J. F. Scott will keep the freshmen in
high epirits when cider, smokes and
lunch begin to pall.
Craftsmen Give Degree Saturday
The Craftsmen club, student Ma-
sonic society, will confer the third
degree for the Golden Rule lodge next
Saturday night at the Masonic temple.
Petitions for memberships in the or-
der will be received at this meeting.

Prices 50c,

to $1.50

Most Delightful Entertainment
In America
75 PEOPLE 7
Combination of
Wit, Beauty, Melody and Grace
Enlarged Orchestra

Seat sale Sat. 10 a. m.1

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WHAT'S GOING ON
Today.
12 o'clock-Law faculty dinner at
the Union.
1 o'clock-Rehearsal of the Hindu
act of the "Magic Carpet," U-hall.
4 o'clock-Rehearsal of the Chinese
act of the "Magic Carpet,': U-hall.
6 o'clock-Michigan Technic dinner
at the Union.
7:30 o'clock-Alpha Nu society
meets to select men for jnid-west de-
bate.
8 o'clock-p-Glee and Mandolin club
concert, Hill auditorium.
9 o'clock-Round-up club member-
ship dance at the Union.
Tomorrow.
1 to 5 o'clock-Mimes The Dansant
at the Union.
2 to 6 o' lock-Soph-lit mixer, Bar-
bour gymnasium.
2:39 o'clock-University band leaves
for Detroit.
9 o'clock-Regular Saturday night
Union dance.
U-Notices.
Rehearsal of the Japanese act of the
"Magic Carpet" at 4 o'clock today in
Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
Dr. Vaughan will speak to the class
in international relations at 7 o'clock
tonight in room 203 U-hall.
Meeting of the new Hindu society at
7 o'clock tonight in room 248 Engi-
neering building.
GIVE
FATHER-Country Gentleman
MOTHER-Ladies' Home Journal
BROTHER-Saturday Evening Post
SISTER-Woman's Home Comp.
STOFFLET'S NEWS STAND
110 E. Washington wed-eod
Dancing teacher wanted. Call at 711
Packard. Phone 1850 F-1. tf

Pres. Hutchins to Address Hindus
President Harry B. Hutchins, Dean
John R. Effinger, and Dr. N. S. Hardi-
lar will speak to the new Hindu so-
ciety at 7:30 o'clock tonight in room
248 of the Engineering building. The
society was formed early in Novem-
ber to promote education in India.

Dean Vaughan Speaks on Heredity
Dr. Victor C. Vaughan, dean of the
Medical school, gave a talk last night
to the members of the Cosmopolitan
club in University hall. Dr. Vaughan
spoke on heredity, and showed the in-
fluence of our ancestors upon our
mental and moral traits.

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ASSEBLY

At Armory

SATURDAY,

DEC.

16

"Ike" Fischer
"'Lem" Aldrich
eAl" Kempto

"Doc" Dimmock
"Johnny" Schwer
"ILouie" Otto

"Ray Huss"
"Erd" Jling

E. C. SCHACHT CHOSEN' TO HEAD
THIS YEAR'S J-HOP COMMITTEE
E. C. Schacht, '18E, will be the
chairman of thetJ-hop committee this
year, according to the decision of the
junior engineers at their assembly
yesterday morning. The other repre-
sentatives of this class who were
elected yesterday are: E. G. Dudley,
J. Hibbard, and W. McKee. Each year
the junior classes take turns in hav-
ing the chairman of the committee and
this year the lot falls to the engi-
neers.
Miildred Mighell Elected Delegate
Mildred - Mighell, '18, was chosen as
delegate to the oratorical board by the
girls of the junior literary class at a
meeting held by them yesterday after-
noon for that purpose.

(Continued' from Page One.)
Arsene E. Vehonnt, prelate of
Armenian church in America.

the

Faculty Approbation and (baperonage

Washington, Dec. 14.-A regular 6
to 14-hour aeroplane mail service be-
tween Chicago and New York will be
established by the postoffice depart-
ment if plans under consideration go
through. it was announced at the de-
partment today. All details are com-
plete for the start, except the pur-
chase of the machine.
New York, Dec. 14.-Magistrate Jo-
seph C. Corrigan was awarded $35,000
in his $200,000 libel suit against the
Bobbs Merrill Publishing company to-
day. The sealed verdict of the jury
which heard the suit before Justice
Goff was read in supreme court to-
day.

Regular price
75c per couple

Tickets at Busy Bee
Wednesday morning

What Shail I Give for Christas?

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ARICADE JEWELERS

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Milwaukee

1 London

Minneapolis

Chigago

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Dean Effinger to Chaperone Mixer
Detroit Dean J. R. Effinger and Mrs. Effing-
er, Prof. Arthur G. Hall and Mrs. Hall,
and Miss Miriam Gerlach will chaper-
rone the sophomore literary Christmas
mixer, which will be held from 2 to 6
o'clock Saturday afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium.

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Stalionery
Complete
stock of
Crane's New
Styles
11U S. U.

X M A S G I FTS
Fountain Pens
We Handle
Wa erman's and
Conksin's
Best

Candies
Fresh Line
of Morse's
and Gilbert's
just in.
Store
Phone 1160 R

CHRISTMAS

TIES

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by "The Neckwear House of America"

Have C. H. Major & Co. decorate
those rooms during Christmas vaca-
tion. Phone 237. tf

A f

S. C. Sebleede

LIBERTY AT 606

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