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FELL

DANCING

PA

At Armory, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1916

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FISCHERS FIRST NINE PIECE ORCHESTRA

TRKOMBONl-"Louie" Otto
QORNET-"Doc" Dimmockh
SAX A PflON"L er" Aldrich
DRVMIS-"Johrnny" Schwer

"IKE" FISCHER. AT THE PIANO
VIOLIN="Tony" Hizss
BANJOIUNE-"Erd" King
BANJORINE-"Cot" Cottington
PICCOLO="Al" Kempton
MATRON IN ATTENDANCE

THE FINEST DANCE FLOOR IN THE CITY

$1.00 Per COupIC

Limnited 125

This Dance is Strictly for Studenvs

Tickets at the Busy Bee

* * * * * *

L ENORAH PRIZE
MPETITION ANNUNGEQ
I e of 100 Dllars W1 Ie (l-a'
for Rest Essy ion Jewish
Subject
knnoacemnent has just been made of
e annua Menorah prize competition,
en to any undergraduate in the Uni-
rslty, for the best essay on any sub-
:t dealing with the literature, his-
Wy problems, or achievements of the
wish people.
A, prize of $100 will be given to the
thor of the best essay dealing with
y of the above phases of Jewish
a and activities, providing that the
biect is approved by the chairman
the committee of award. The um-
ttee has announced the following
t of suggested subjects:
The life and work of Solomon
bechter,; Jews in the American la-
r movement; national readjust-
Mts a, study of the Jewish stake in
e EBuropean war; the influence of
3 modern conception of the state
on tthe Jews; Jewish journalism in
3 UnitedStates; the reaction toward
thodox Judaism; the influence of the
ntemporary commercial eviron-
nt upon Jewish culture; non-Jew-
conceptions of the life and char-
er of the Jews: a critical study of
e,, Jew in Chamberlain's "Founda-
ns of the Nineteenth Century"; a
tial study of Sombart's "The Jews
td Modern Capitalism"; the economic
tus of the Jews; the preservation of
w.ish nationality In the United
ates; Jewish agricultural enterprise
the United States; the Biblical die-
y laws in the light of modern
ence; the Old Testament conception
Justice; the philosophy of the Book
Job; the Book of Ruth: a plea for
eration; Jewish education in Amer-
; Jewish scholarship in fields of
wish study, and the international as-
cts of Zionism.
lach contestant submitting an es-
7 must sign a fictitious name or
>tto to the essay, accompanied by a
aled envelope containing the ficti-
us name and the real name of the
thor. These envelopes will remain
opened until after the decision of
e committee of award.
Ihe closing date of the competition
May 1, 1917, and all essays should
left at the president's office before
n. Essays of sufficienht merit,
ether winning prizes or not, will be
blished in the Menorah Journal. The
t essay among the prize winning
as at the various colleges and uni-
rsties throughout the country hold-
; Menorah competitions will be
-arded a medal by the Intercollegiate
norah association.
rhe committee of award is com-
sed of Professor R. M. Wenley,
airman; Rabbi Leo M. Franklin and
of. I. Leo Sharfman.
ystone Club Picture Taken Today
I'he Keystone club will have a
oup picture taken at the Union at
'clock today. Arrangements for a
acial car to go home on will also be
rnpleted at this time. Any other
nnsylvania men wishing to travel
this special can reserve accommo-
tions by reporting to the committee
the Union between the hours of 2
d 5 o'clock today.
itomobiles in Collision Last Night
A Buick automobile driven by M. C.
wman was struck in the rear by a
,rd driven by George Lavender at
e corner of Fifth and Liberty streets
7:30 o'clock last night. The front
heels and axle of the Ford were dam-
ed, while the Buick escaped with a

nt fender. No one was injured.

AT .HE THEATERS

Sesic -a y Miles Minter in
* i pLeai --- Fanie Ward In
Witchcrit," Also Holmes
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iphohs Judgment Against Paper We can paper that room during the
Cleeland, Ie. 16. -The United holidays. C. H. Major & Co. Phone
tate court of appeals today handed 237. tf
)v n ( deci-ion upholding the findings ----
o the United States court of the south- A bit of a compliment to the folk at
en district of Ohio which held the To- home, were a giftie of somthing niftie
do News-Bee and its editor, N. D. from the James i'oster House of Art. tf
ochran, guilty of contempt of court - - -
in connection with newspaper articles Flannel Shirts made to order. G. H.
-nvolving United States Judge Killits. Wild Company. Leading merchant
-- tailors. State street. tf
THE PALAIS ?OY AL has 11 sug- --
gestins to m 'ke for gifts for Xmas. Dancing teacher wanted. Call at 711
16-17 Packard. Phone 1850 F-1. tf

AiI '[THE WHITNEY
Watch Your Step," a musical com-
e_-y y WIrvin; Berlin, will be offered
lr e first time in this city at the
mhitney thcater, Tuesday, Dec. 19.
h tproduction had great success in
its showing at New York and London.
The book is by Harry B. Smith
and the costumes and scenery by Hel-
en Dryden. Irving Berlin, who has
con called America's champion song
Srit r, is responsible for the music
and lyrics.
The production is one of the best
roduced by Charles Dillingham. The
how girls are modestly attired, the
conies spirited, and the group of vil-
lagers reminiscent of Mother Goose.
The action throughout is without a
dull moment.

AT THE MAJESTIC

Vaudeville of a high grade is an-
nounced at the Majestic starting Mon-
day nighit. The Fillis Family, eques-
trians, will be the headliners of the
bill. Four thoroughbreds, two from
the Chantilly race track of France,
one from W. K. Vanderbilt's race
stable, and Prince Henry, a horse who
has a record 'of six feet eight inches,
in a standing high jump, will take
part in the performance.
The Victoria quartet, John T. Ray,
,,iJorrayals of rural characters, Mae
an TRose Wilton, and Willie Hale and
Brother, in feats of equilibrium, make
up the rest of a well-composed pro-
gram.
At the Majestic Today
Mry Miles Minter, in "Faith," will
be seen on the screen at the Majestic
today. In addition the orchestra will
give the first rendition of a song call-
ed "Dancing Blues," the work of two
students, Richard Goldsmith, '19, and
Seymour B. Siions. '17E,
I[LLINOIS 1[!;N' TO HAVE LOW
RLLTE1 ( NG IOMUE WEDNEDAY
Arrangements have been made
whereby Illinois men can4 o.btain a
special rate of $5.50 from here to Chi-
cago over the Michigan Central rail-
road. The tickets, which represent a
saving of 60 cents, are only for those
travelling on the Illinois club car,
which leaves Ann Arbor, Wednesday,
Dec. 20, at 1:16 in the afternoon. The
members taking the car must have
" aid their club dues of 50 cents, or
must pey them on the car.
It is requested that those who have
musical instruments bring them along.
The following entertainment commit-
tee has been appointed: D. J. De Butts,
'iSE, chairman; Roy Lamont, '17, C.
i. Cottiington, '19, C. T. Fishleigh, 17E,
Morrison Wood, '17, T. P. Melehop, '19,
H. Coyne howe, '18E, W. G. Bade, '20,
and David Shand, '18.
Try a Michigan -Daily Want Ad.

BELLAH RAMBO IN "WATCH YOUR STEP" AT THE WHITNEY THE.
ATER NEXT TUESDAY
Petoskey Students to Take Some~
Ilichigan Spiit Homne with Them

Did you ever hear of Petoskey? If
you haven't it is time you should. This
because the 14 Petoskey students here
at Michigan have inaugurated a move
to put a little Michigan spirit in their
home town high school. The move, in
brief, is to induce Petoskey prepara-
tory school students to go to college,
and, incidentally, to select Michigan
as their choice.
The plan is novel. The men have
secured a place on a program to be
given by the Petoskey high school Fri-
day, Dec. 22. They will tell the high
school students about Michigan, and
will then present their high school
friends with a Christmas present,

wrapped up with some snappy Michi-
gan facts. The present includes a
year's subscription to The Michigan
Daily for the high school reading table,
a large bronze Michigan seal to be
hung in the school's auditorium, and
records of Michigan's best songs for
the high school victrola. After the
presentation several hundred copies of
The Daily will be ,distributed anong
the students.
The Petoskey men say that there is
good material in. the high school, both
athletic and scholastic, and it is with
a view to getting this material to come
to Michigan that the men have planned
their idea.

Take Home
a Box of Christmas
Pstries
Fresh Every Day from the Tea Room Kitchen
THE TEA RCOM is again ready to supply home-going
students with genuine English Plum Puddings and all kinds of
Decor:ted Cakes and Cookies, without which no Christmas
could 3'e quite complete.
Plum Puddings, 65c and $1.00.
English Tea Cakes,,50c each up.
Fancy Cockies, 20c dozen up.
Vienna Nut Rolls, 60c dozen up.
Viennese Pastry, 75c dozen up.
Bavarian Coffee Cake, 50c up.
Decorated Cakes and Tarts, 75c
up.
Birthday Cakes, $1.00 up.
French Ice Cream, 50c a quart up.
Frozen Puddings, 80c a quart up.
Maple Mousse, 75c a quart up.
Timballs, 60c dozen up.
Large Pies, 35c each up.
Fancy Salads, 25c each up.
Fancy Sandwiches, 10c each up.
Pattie Shells, 60c a dozen.
Mixed Christmas Pastries, 50c a
box up.
These are all made of ingredients that are fresh, pure and
of highest quality. Telephone your order if you wish. It will
be delivered exactly when desired., (Second Floor-Annex).
Your Christmas Shoppin
Made1 A PleasureV
when you chooe your gifts from our immense stock of Jewefry,
Silverware, Diamonds and Gift Things.
A FEW SUGGESTIONS

STUDENTS HELP
AILING ATHLETES
(Continued from Page Three) j
enough to point to Blacklock and then
'nquire whether M. A. C. athletics have
ever suffered materially from any visi-
ble code of eligibility. However, the
authorities at the East Lansing insti-
tution seem to be under the impres-
sion that scholastic limitations of
some character have been imposed
upon their struggling athletes, for a
tutoring association has been formed.
The M. A. C. students have received
blanks which pledge them to act two
hours weekly as student tutors. Such
men as desire have filled these out and
returned them to the athlete men-
tioned for that purpose. It is assumed
that ailing athletes are rushed for
time and a suitable tutor for their par-
ticular deficiency is obtained. The
efficacy of the plan remains to be

interesting and its development will
be watched with interest.
The blank reads as follows:
Tutoring Association Blank.
East Lansing, Mich....... .
Dear Sir:
I am willing to pledge two hours
weekly as student tutor in......(sub-
ject)........to promote the scholastic
standingof athletes at M. A. C.
(Signed)...................
Address..............
Fire Breaks Out in Fraternity House
A small blaze, caused by an over-
heated chimney, broke out in the base-
ment of the Phi Kappa Psi house on
Washtenaw avenue yesterday after-
noon. The fire was nearly extinguish-
ed before the arrival of the fire de-
partment.
Estimates on painting, paper hang-
ing, or any kind of decorating, cheer-
fully given Phone 237, C. H. Major
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Watches
Bracelet Watches
Plainum Brooches
1"latnum Dinner Rings
Platinum LaVallieres
Pendants and Chains
Gold Lockets
Bar Pins
Cameo Rings
Cameo Brooches
Scarf Pins
University Jewelry
Souvenir Spoons
Lorgnettes

Cut Glass
Flower Vases
Silverware
Sheffield Silver
Leather Goods
Brass Goods
Readi Lamps
Sterling Silver
Umbrellas
China
Hall Clocks
'Chime Clocks
mahogany Clocks
Desk Clocks

seen, but if the students respond to Uo-
the appeal in sufficient numbers it
might help considerably. The plan is: Try a Michigan Daily Want Ad.

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