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(Continued from page 1.)
cording to Dean Vaughan, is no reflec-
tion on the present management.
The regents appointed Dr. Lillian
Welch, of Baltimore, to give a series
of three lectures before university
women. The lectures will deal with
physical training and sex hygiene, and
will be given on three successive days.
Professors Get Lem-es of Absence.
Prof. C. 0. Davis, of the department
of education, was granted a leave of
absence through January, and part of
February, to permit him to take part in
an expert examination of the New York
city high schools. A month's leave
was also granted to Prof. W. L. Mig-
gett, of the engineering department, to
enable him to visit various shops con-
nected with eastern colleges.
Small parcels of Canadian lands,
presented to the university several
years ago, were reported as being of
little present value, but containing
mineral possibilities.
Appropriations are Made.
The committee on buildings and
grounds was instructed to take steps
to protect the paintings in Memorial
hall. Barriers will probably be erected
to prevent evening visitors from as-
cending the stairs to the art gallery.
An appropriation was also made to
pay for the mounting of ancient in-
scriptions and tablets on the walls of
Memorial hall. The idea of keeping
the Memorial hall reading room open
until 10 p. m. was approved by the re-
gents.
Regent Harry C. Bulkley was ap-
pointed to investigate the status of the
Williams professorship. fund. Dean M
E. Cooley was appointed a member of
the campus sanitation committee to
succeed Prof. Gardner S. Williams.
A request was received from the
state board of optometry for the es-
tablishment of a course in this subject
in the university. The petition was re-
ferred to the medical and homeopath

BARTELME UNEXPECTEDLY
RETURNS FROM THE EAST.
Director Bartelme returned to Ann
Arbor Thursday afternoon, slipping in-
to town when least expected and giv-
ing the lie to a number of rumors re-
garding his whereabouts. He admits
being in the east to arrange schedules.
but beyond the announcement in re-
gard to the indoor track dates, he has
nothing to announce as yet.
Union Open For Visitors.
Special arrangements have been
made by the Michigan Union to enter-
tain the guests of Union members who
are here for "The Awakened Rameses."
The clubhouse has been thrown open
to ladies, and special dinners and
lunches are being served. The usual
price of fifty cents a plate is being
charged and tables may be reserved
by telephone.
Fencers' Trip Falls Through.
The Fencers' Club has declined the
invitation of the University of Illinois
Fencers' Club for a bout because of the
fact that the probable contest with Chi-
cago fencers which was to take place
during the same trip fell through and
the club decided that to take the trip
for just one contest would be Inad-
visable.

New Whitney
Public Demands

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Degrees Are Awarded.
The Regents appointed Owen Ely for
one of the two fellowships in trans-
portation. Scholarships in architect-
ure were awarded to Fred B. Klein.
Glenn D. Angle and Pieter J. Weidner
Teachers diplomas were awarded to
George Rebec and Clifford V. Brown.
The following engineering degrees
were awarded: B. S. in Engineering
Harold I. Haskins; Bachelor of Civil
Engineering, Albert F. Moriarty; Bach-
elor of Chemical Engineering, Charles
A. Lunn.
The degree of B. S. was awarded tc
Louis E. Daniels. The following were
given the degree of A. B.: K. C. Baker
Percy J. Donovan, M. Donald Knapp
J. J. McElree, Frederick Miller, Robert
T. Moreland, Nina L. Smith and Har-
old Stack.

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Soph lit basketball practice today.
1:15 p. in., city Y. M. C. A.
Fresh law squad report for practice
at city Y. M. C. A., 10:15 a. m.j
Soph engineer basketball Ipractice,
3:45 p. m., city Y. M. C. A.
All '12 football men who were in the
picture can secure same by calling at
504 S. 5th today from 9 to 12.
Fresh engineer dinner at the Unior.
Tuesday at 5:30 o'clock.
Senior lit Christmas dinner dance
to the tune of "Rameses," 4 o'clock this
afternoon.
Contestants for the Peace Oratori-
cal Prize will meet in room 302 N. W.
at noon today to draw for places.
The score and music of the Michi-
gan Union Opera can be purchased at
the most convenient place. Grinnell
Bros. Annex, 313 So. State St. 62tf
Buy the story of "The Awakened Ra-
meses" and other photographs of the
finale of Lyndon, photographer. 62 tf
ine Middleman
Is the fellow who stands between
the man that raises it or makes
it and takes a big profit for
wrapping it up and passing it on
to the man who eats it, or wears
it.
He adds absolutely nothing to the
potato, egg, head of cabbage or
pair of shoes he handles-except
extra cost for the consumer.
Reducing the high cost of' selling;
bringing producer and consumer
nearer together and cutting out
the unnecessary middleman is the
immediate and practical way of
reducing the high cost of living
and the American people are get-
ting wise.
The WEAR-U-WELL Shoe Co.
makes in its own factories every
pair of shoes it sells and sells
every pair it makes direct to you
through its own distributing
branches.
When you buy at the WEAR-U-
WELL Branch in- your city, you
buy at the factory door and pay
not a cent of tribute to the mid-
dleman. It's the progressive idea
in business, the electric motor
against ,he stage coach.
WEAR - U - WELL high - grade
Goodyear Welt Shoes for men:
$1.98--$2.48-$2.98

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CHROPODY Corns, bunions, ingrowin2e
Eery thngasolutely" an-
tiseptic. Office hours. 9-12 a.m. 1-5 and -S p n,
MISS. E. J. FOLEY
921 E. Huron Street, End North 12th
2 Bl oks East of High School - Phone S8-J
Pohemus Transfer " Line
Checks baggage directlm
house to distination
Men on all returning traini
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Gifts

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ything in the way of Gent's Furnishings as a Christmas Gift. let us
chase. Our stock of holiday neek3' car is resplendent with the Irany
Mete ranges of plain colors in barathea or rep silks. Perpendicular
and fgured designs, are among the fancy silks to be worn this sea-
50.
oves and Mittens, in silk, wool or fur, lin d as well as unlined, can'
ancf vests in white and colors, also .thc newest cut in white

Xmas Can.

Eclipse

Mac Hurdle Full Dress Shirts

i or Wool Hosiery. Silk or Linen Hand-
Mufflers. Smoking Jackets.

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gs and Suit Cases.

Umbrellas

For the same kind you pay $3.00,
$3.50 and $4.00 when you buy
through the middleman.
A dollar and two cents saved on
every pair.
We make good-come and see us.
teor-u- enShoeCot,
SAW A 0OL M-
No. 118EC huowSt. Ana Arbo
PACTORY BRANCH No . 103

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324 S. State St.

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G. C. MA

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