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Finishing
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Indian Moccasins
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OF INTEREST TO WOMEN.
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is a delight to
Fastidious Folks
Everything is so cor-
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MAIN STREET

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Wholesale Grocers

"SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT."
Sometimes we wonder if many of the
women in this university really un-
derstand for what the library was in-
tended. The reference room is for
studying, the magazine room for read-
ing, but neither of them, we believe,
was originally meant as a place to
meet one's friends and hold informal
receptions. There are four places in
the library where friends may meet
to talk as much as seems necessary;
the four seats upon the stair landings.
These are rarely occupied, and in the
meantime, earnest students are driven
from reference room to reading room,
and often from there, because of the
noise. It is high time that something
was done about this. The women's
league hopes, in time, to obtain a
room in the library where women may
meet to talk and study together. Mean-
while, can we not exercise enough
fair-mindedness and self controlto do
unto others as we would have them
do, and try to use the library as it
was meant to be used? Shall we not
let this reform come from ourselves-,
and not wait for the interference
which must come, sooner or later,
from those higher up? Think about
it.
'e * * *
At the women's league board meet-
ing yesterday it was decided to raise
the yearly dues from 25 to 50 cents.
Since it was organized, 22 years ago,
the league's membership has increased
from 100 to 708, the activities have
multiplied, and the debt on Palmer
field has been assumed, yet the dues
have remained the same. The present
income is not sufficient to meet the
running expenses with ease. In the
straw vote taken at the mass meeting
earlier in the year, an increase was
almost unanimously favored, and the
new amendment will undoubtedly meet
with the approval of all. It will go
into effect next year, but if women
who are interested in the league wish
to pay another fee of 25 cents during
the second semester of this year, their
aid would be greatly appreciated.
Miss L. Maude Raymond of Chica-
go, field secretary for the national
board of Y. W. C. A., will speak to the
university women in Newberry hall at
4:30 o'clock this afternoon. Miss Ray-
mond is known in Ann Arbor as a de-
lightful speaker, and her message will
be one which none of the women can
HavC you noticed
the distinguished appearance
a perfect fitting

ean & Co., Ltd., 214 S. Main St.
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Frank Brothers.
Fith Avenue Bootshop
Ith Avenue near 27th Street, New York
Our representative will exhibit ladies foot-=
ar at our Ann Arbor showroom on Tuesday,
:ember 9th.
chibit Shop at 326S. State Street
VILLIAM E. DIETERLE

Walter Camp's All-American foot-
ball eleven has not been made public
as yet, but the dean of the eastern
gridiron critics had some interesting
things to say about his selections
while on a visit to Chicago during the
last few days.
"This is the first year for some time
that I have seen no western games,"
said Camp in a published interview,
"bu't I know the men and have studied
them and seen most of them play be-
fore.
"I am considering the possibility of
selecting three teams next season-
an all-western, an all-eastern and an
all-American for Collier's Weekly. I
would have attended some of the big
western battles this year if the sched-
ules hadn't conflicted.
"In selecting my all-American team
for Collier's Weekly I take the play-
ers of the entire country as one squad.
I do not consider sectional differences.
"As to the game as played in the
East and the West-I think that each
section overdid itself a bit this year.
The East ran a little too much on the
defense and the West on the offense.
I look for the time when it evens up.
CAMPUS IN BRIEF.
--Senior dents will dance tomorrow
night, from 8:00 to 12:00 o'clock, at
Packard academy. Dr. Louis P. Hall
and Mrs. Hall, and Dr. H. 0. Barnes
and Mrs. Barnes will chaperone. The
committee in charge is Gordon E. Wit-
tet, '14D, chairman, Miss Hertha C.
Harturg, '14D, Paul E. Meyer, '14D,
Albert W. Farley, '14D, and John D.
Shaffer, '14D.
--The Illinois club will hold a smoker
at the Michigan Union at 7:30 o'clock
tomorrow night. The speakers for the
evening will be Dean J. R. Effinger, H.
B. Carpenter, '14, and H. S. Hulbert,,
'14M. George Moritz, '15, will 'furnish
the musical end of the program. The
question of a special Christmas car
will be discussed. All Illinois men are
cordially invited.
-Freight totaling 100,000 pounds was
transferred from the railroad stations
to the university store house this
week.
-Paul V. Ramsdell, '16, underwent an
operation for hernia yesterday morn-
ing at the Smith-Burrett private hos-
pital.
J-Hop Petition Given to Committee
The petition for the restoration of
the J-Hop, drawn up by the 1914 Hop
committee, was given to Prof. A. H.
Lloyd of the non-athletic committee.
H. S. Hulbert, '14M, chairman of the
student council committee, will con-
sult with Professor Lloyd with refer-
ence to the proposed plan. The petition
will probably be taken up by the sen-
ate council at its next meeting tomor-
row night.

* * *
On Wednesday, Thursday, and Fri-
day of this week, the Y. W. C. A. will
hold its annual bazaar, which prom-
ises to be unusually attractive. Hand-
made articles, a large assortment of
goods imported from Japan, and home
made candy and baking will be placed
on sale.
WALTER CAMP COMMENTS ON
ALL-AMERICAN SELECTIONS

SUITS 2Se

HAND PRESSING

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"e fivnipg Dec. 8th

TROUSERS 10c

C. I. KIDD, '17 Lit.

What Kind of Shaving
:Soap are You Using?,
Did You
Ever Try a
We have the Shaving Cream, S
and Powder.
University Aver
Pharmacy
1219 South University Avenue
GIVE VS A TRI

Popular
Matinee
Wednesday
25c to $1.50

GARRICK

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COMEDY OF YOUTH
Laurette Taylor's Perpet-
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at New York's CortTheatre
A METROPOLITAN.
CAST OF PLAYERS

FORMERLY THE VARSITY TAILOR OF ANN ARBOR

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hes to announce that he has opened a tailoring establish-
nt in Detroit at

94 WEST FORT STREET
With a Complete Line of
BRITISH AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS

Elsa Ryan, Henry Stanford, Fanny Addison Pitt, Gilbert Douglas, Wilda Marl
Lewis Broughton, Cordon Burby, Lillian Kellar, Frank Burbeck

Week Dec. 15

MATIME
Wednesday and

pecial attention given to my College trade. The
'ith Better Satisfaction and Better Workmanship.

same prices

Sam C. and Lee Shubert (Inc.) Presents

Dress Suit

THE PLAY OF NOW

DIETERLE-VARSITY TAILOR
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Xnmas i Cotning
Snow and sleigh bells give us the Xmas spirit.
Though they are not here yet, we must begin to
think of the gifts for those at home. On our floors
are displayed artistic chairs, convenient writing
tables, bookcases. beautiful rugs and draperies.
Such an assortment that a suitable choice will be
surely easy to make.

gives one ? This is the only
kind we make.
Our fabrics are the newest.
WAGNER & CO.
Tailors State Street
All garments made in our own
shop.

A Modern

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Furniture Pianos
SStorage Merchandise

University School of Music
Albert A. Stanley, Director
Maynard Street, Ann Arbor, Mich.
A School of Music which offers courses in all branchee of music of
highest standards.
Students may take regular courses leading to graduation, or they may
take such subjects as they desire, without reference to graduation.
If you are interested in studying some branch of music, please call at
the office and get a copy of the school catalogue which gives full inform-
ation. CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary.

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Phone 82-L

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Xmas Holidays
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in Bulk, Mistletoe
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