n through ( UNIVERSITY CALENDIIAR
rior, of the
taS lF E) ll.
* 1L4ST LOSTS LOST IN~
OF IS CHILDH
A, Apertlain bewhilkerei
ed instructor in
nent responded to
Sze was under con-
A peculiar fea-
that the interior
ined with a triple
rich failed to pre-
;ailing a headway.
s used to cornplete the Union
ci fic Railroad. We do not
Dw the value of the Gold Spike
d for this purpose, but we do
)W that BAGLE~Y°S GOLD
'IKE is the BEST Cigarette
bacco in the world.
Made from the finest leaf
grown in Virginia and North'
Carlina, carefully telectedI
aind blended by men with a
half century of experience.
PACKAGE TRY IT
Jan. 4-11.-Tryouts for Deutscher Ver21'
ein play 4 to 5 p. mn., room 203 U. FT.
Jan. 5-6.-Examinations for removal of
Jan. 6.-Women's Athletic Association
party at Barbour gym at 8 o'clock.
Jan. 7.-"The Debts You Remember,"
Newberry Hall, 6:30 pVim.
IJan. 8.-Senior Law diuaer at the U~n-
Jan. 9.--Senior Engineer dinner at the
Jan. 9.-"Ceramics" Dean Ortonzi of 0.1
S. U. West Physics Lecture Room at
Jan. 10.-Vocal recital by Nora C.
Hunt, School of Music.
Jan. 11.-S enior Dent dinner at the Un-
Jan, 11.-Faculty Concert', High School
Jan. 12.-Soph Lit dinner at the Union,
JTan. 13.-Senior Medic dinner at the
Tan. 13.-Athletic Association election:.
U. Hall, 9 to 12 a. m.
Jan. 14.-"Tlie Debts You Forget,"New-
berry Hall, 6: 30 bk. i.
Jan. 15-.Juior Engineer dinner at the
Tan. 15.-Orchestra 'Concert, High
JTan. 16.-A. Radelyffe Duginorce on S
L. course, U. hall, 8 p. m.
Tan. 17.-Vocal Historical Recital,
'High School -haill.
Jani. 17.-Cerele Francais soiree, 'Sar-
ah Caswell Angell hall, 8 p. '.
Tan. 18.-Union membership dinner at
Tan. 19.-Junior Lit dinner at'the Un-
Tan. 19- Northwestern-Michigan. de-
Tan. 19.-Morning, Woodrow Wilson at
Tan. 21.-"The Debts You'll Pay," New-
berry Hall, 6:30 p. mn.
Tan. 22,--Flonzaley Quart et,'Univrersity
Hall, 8 p. In.'
Tan. 22.-Fresh Engineer dinner- at the
Tan. 22.-Comedy Club in "The Mag-
istrate," Whitney Theater.
an. 23.-"Le Roman Feualetorn," M..
LZouis Delamarre, Sarah Cas well An-
gell Hall, 8 p. mn.
an. 23.-Commeree Club Smoker- at,
the Michigan Union.
ran. 23R-Soph Engineer dinner at the
an. 24-Piano' Recital by Ceceilia Ray
Berry , School of Music.
an. .28.-"The Responsibility of the
State" Newberry Hall, 6:30 p. in.
van. 29.-Semester examinations be-
gin in all the departments. "
;an. 31.-Violin Soniata .Recital, High
jJN1 1 ERSITY NOTICESf
JVatted-Second growth hickory butts,
suitable for Automobile spokes. For
further information caul on or write
W. C. Mlorrey, Mlgr., Timber Depart-!
ment. Hayes Wheel Co., rJackson.Mihg n4,to7
Last-Three rings in Women's League
room, University. hall, before this
holidays. Reward offered. Call 789-
L. Address, 604 Mladison. 68-69-70
Lost-WNednesday, evening, a small
black Conklin Self-Filling Fountain
Pen. Return to 718 Church St. 230.,
Lwit-A silver bar pin with U. S. M. A,
seal in center. Finder please return
to. 718 S. Ingalls St.: or P1hone 187.
and r ece ive reward. 70
Foy Rout-W~ell furnished, warm two-
room suite. New house with all
the sociology department, who is some-
what of a pedestrian spent the holi-
Id(ays i.- an upstate town, the home of
his childhooO days. One afternoon
thinking to enjoy the beauties of the
scenery and to recall the pleasures of
his youth by visiting the old haunts
he started for the swimmin' pool and
th ik r otg o e o eetomany years had elapsed since the good
old days and the gentleman found him-
self unable to recognize the landmarks
that surrounded his old stamping
;rounds, and after wandering around
for some time, it finally dawned upon
hint that he was lost, lost-in the
midst of his boyhood haunts.
His continued absence created great
onsternation among the members of
his family and in the evening a search-
ing party was instituted to hunt for
the lost instructor. After inquiring of
;o.veral farmers they learned from a
little girl that a "lean with button
shoes and whiskers" had passedl the
farm some time before. Continuing
n the trail of the wanderer the party
at last located thimn near a small town
miles away fromt home.
and in fact, ev
graphic from a
You know the
the new year
l; o,- Rent-Single front rooma large
and well. heated. Family board is
optional. Block from campus, on S
Thayer. Phone +072-L. 70
Buy the story of "'lThe Awa~enod R-~
yeses" and othc r photographs of the
fl.-- f? of Lyndor,, photograilh~r. t i.
'Patronize the new print shop, Davi
.Hind Malinger, Job Printers. 109 F
' Washington Sfreei. Bell Phone, 432-.1
18 cod t"
H-ave you seen those nobby Oa fort
,,,teaat Milward's? T - 1'3U, S
State St. ;9 tt
O ~ r e tzidS'o o t
vice io bt: had Avywhe-e.
s we acknowledge no
iori y in every in stance.
Men's Suits and Overcc
Our W~inter Clo h'g Stock DiN ided
Lot 1 S.4is anid Overt,
All Bart Schaffner & Marx
at Reduced P'rices
217 So. .Main
The score and music of the Miehi-I
v -,n tnion Opera can be purchased a'
the most convenient place. GrinneV'
Bros. Annex, 313 So. State St. 62t;
Shoes repaired while you wait. An
dres, 224 So. State St. 34 (sod tf
Awakened Rtameses Souvenir Score:
and Sheet Alusie for sale af °Schaeber
le & SoJn's, 110 S. AMain St. 63 V
Adelphl 1Will Debate Treaties.
A the regular meeting of cae Adel
phi wvhich will be hield this evening p
7:30 the following program will b
Is Prohibition a Failure in Mlainp
... .: ... Muhr..
The Chinese Republic .....Barne
Parliamentary Drill...... Rosenber
Debate: Resolved: That the Arbitra
tion Treaties with France and Grea.
Britain Should be Rejected by the
Affirmative: Schroeder and Parker.
Negative: Goodenow and Helinreich.
Critic : 'Blanshard.
TWEJNTY YEARS AGO( TODA'Y.
The Detroit branch of the University
Alumnae met to devise means of rais-
ing, money to. provide for separate ac-
commodations for women in the gym-
naslum, funds to complete which were
being raisedl. A series of entertain-.
inents to be given at the, Detroit' Rink
There 'were twenty, twb graduates.
of the university in Congress.
All odd P'ants at 20
Shirts v -lI ;dcerweai at~a Re ,ctio'n3
121-123 S. Main
Furnish the Ice Cream fo.
r / fl,11?!
Soph lit basketball
;its Y. M. C. A.
Alpha Nu Busin~ess Meeting tonight
at 7:30. All initiates interested in the
debate please be present.
ICater To Clubs
Fresh law basketball practice
at city Y. MT. C .-A.
41,'iwting, Engra'ving, Ernb.N. i"
nl'ItsI~ , arsdA ith tNovtpes tL' III t
T [3flv u and D o ce P ro, relt-. S v"e D oo
stet ('o,,fus(Abi t hetusrn mid Plue-Cha.
. NMeye s, 215 S. Main St., 2nd Flhu.'
Phitane 281-L ,A 10 '.I t), ., l',M hir,
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We are closing oust specials in Christmas
goods AT COST AND BELOW.
Finest line of. Ebony, Silver ani White line of
Combs, Brushes, Band Glasse s and Ml.anacure
Goods in the state.
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BOYS--When you 0 re going horn. for
Xma es stop in and get the ids" snad
the girls16some fine c~lrdy from.
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It takes off the rough edge of the
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7EDr( Q 1'iir n~itut -n:
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has the flavor of the college towna thyt,
this cak ndy hams.I
With etch po aa o f Fatima you get a pen-
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felt college pennanzt l12x32: -selciionof 1l%0.
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