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XmasKodaks

rCe

Men's black rubber soles.
The proper dress shoe
for the Tango.
Also==a new lot of tan
rubber soles. Prices from
$4.00 up to $6.00.

We have all the Eastman Ko-
daks from the Brownies for
"Kids" upeto the "Specials"
for experts.
See the new Kodak gift case
that is being advertised in the
magazines-$ 15.oo.
We have it. Come in and
look it o er.

Xmas Candies
Every lady friend likes can-
dies and she appreciates them
more if they are
WHITMAN'S.,
Come in and get a "Fussy
Package at $r.oo up. Also
special assortments for old
folks. We deliver free up to
15o miles.

I

Re memer
This little fellow can't
deliver all the packages
if all of you put off buying
until the day before X=
mas. We just received a
complete line of holiday
goods;
Suit cases, coliar
bags, ties, bath robes,
mufflers, traveling
bags, handkerchiefs,
hose, gloves etc.
Select now--we will assist you.
4/FQfl1u Ft-A C

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Calkin' Ph armacy
324 South State Street

i

Shoe Store,

119 S. Main Sireet

yesterday, today
and likely to-
morrow almost ev-
ery store, big and
little, will scream
r{ .7 "We've got the
best!" Just sup-
pose you take a
look at Wadhams
,& Co. Suits, Over-
coats, Mackinaws,
Hats, Caps and
Furnishings.

23 South Main Street

CO.

SPitI

A. MARDUAROT

CAMI IT IN BRIEF.
-Men remainiing in Ann Arbor during
vacation may use the track in Water-
man gymnasium during the halidsys
mornings, from 10:00 to 12:00 o'clock.
In the afternoon the gyn will be large-
ly given over to the activities of the
Varsity track aspirants.'
-Sigma Xi, honorary scientific socie-
ty, at its meeting Tuesday night, pass-
ed resolutions to further restrict elec-
tions to the soce. In the past, it
has begin the 1)Practice of the society
to take scholarship into consideration
in making elections to the society, but
from now on, the selections will be
based wholly upon research.
-Prof. R. 1). Sadler, head of the ma-
rine engineering department, who has
just returned from a trip to London
where he attended a congress on the
safety o: vessels, wHi lecture at 7:30
o'clock tonight, on the "Seaman's Bill"
in room 333 of the new engineering
building.
-Tickets for the Union membership
Christmas dance on Saturday night
will be placed on sale at the desk at
5:00 o'clock this afternoon. The com-
mittee in charge consists of Harold
Abbott, '15E, chairman, Seymour Op-
penheimer, '15E, Renville Wheat, '14.
and 'Stratford Douglas, '14E. Similar
parties will be given on the other twe
Saturday nights during vacation, and
a somewhat more elaborate affair or
New Year's eve. Tickets will go on
sale in cach case several days previ-
ous.
-The Comedy club held its last re-
hearsal of "The Scatecrow" before va-
cation last night. The work will be
continued after the holidays.
-No formal lounger will be held at
the Union during vacation. The club-
house, however, will be open to the
members for informal gatherings dur-
ing the holidays. The Sunday after-
noon programs will also be discontin-
ued until the first Sunday after vaca-
tion.
-Seniors remaining in Ann Arbor
during the Christmas vacation may
have their pictures taken for the
Michiganensian. The photographs are
due February 15. Organizations that
have not received contract form,
should notify the business manager.
-The University of Michigan section
of the American Chemical society, wilf
hold its December meeting at 4:30
o'clock today, in room 151 of the chem-
istry building. A paper on "Some
Problems Relating to Metal Surfaces'
will be presented by W. G. Smeaton
Following this, the annual meeting
will be held.
-The Union employment bureau has
applications from about 30 students
for work during Christmas vacation
without any jobs to fill. Anybody who

S TQ1MOBILE SHOP TO RANK
ANONG FINEST IN COUNTRY.
By the addition of $2,000 worth of
Sew equipment ordered yesterday,
,he automobile laboratory of the uni-
;'ersity will be superior to any similar
prii ate laboratory in the country, and.
the equal of the great testing work-
shop of the Society of Automobile En-
gineers in New York City.
An order was placed yesterday with
z New Jersey firm for an electrcal
lyn ameter outfit for. testing autoine-
Mie motors and chassis. This equip-
raent will enable students to test mo-
tors of as high as 100 horse power,
and at speeds ranging from 500 to
2,400 revolutions per minute. Instal-
:ation of this outfit will be made late
this semester, and will be used in a
course in mechanical engineering and
for advanced research work.

Jo B. EIBLER
109 W. Liberty Street
Across from Mack'sside entrance
JEWELRY
Extensive Stock at Reasonable
Prices.
Watch Repairing, Skilled and
Trustworthy. Optical Supplies
Eyes Scietilfically Fitted
Do you realize within a few
weeks you will leave for that
Christmas vacation ? Drop in
while down town and look over
our line of Holiday suggestions.
Michigan Pina, Fobs, Bars
and Spoonsr
Silver Purses and Mesh Bags
You will be impressed with the
high quality of goods at prices
that will appeal to you.

Gym

Su

Towels,
Wash Clot!
[lard VW.at(
Castile Soa
Pro=Athlet
Supporter
SUGDEN DRUG t
302 S. STATE STRI

e Love
!reciate

JFine
~aft o rin

Suits Cleaned and Pressed
and repaired
Cor, Main and Huron---Over Farier's
and Mechanic's Bank.

T H R E E SOCIETIES TO GIVE
CHILDREN CHRISTMAS JOY
Christmas tree parties to make lit-
tle homeless or unfortunate children
happy will be sponsored by one soror-
ity, a women's society and one fra-
ternity. They are endeavoring to aid
the Ann Arbor Women's Charitable
Association in its purpose to give the
poor waifs a big treat on Christmas
day.
The sorority on the roll of honor is
Alpha Phi, the fraternity Beta Theta
Pi, and the society Omega Phi. Plans
of the Women's league did not materi-
alize as had been hoped, along a simi-
lar line.
"FOOD N 1MBE" GARGOYLE
SETS ARTISTIC STANDA R)
Not only has the Gargoyle furnished
its readers a larger amount of read-
ing matter than in the past, in the
"Food Number" which was put on sale
yesterday, but both in originality of ar-
rangement and in artistic merit has
established a standard for itself. The
price.of the Gargoyle will be '15 cents
from now on, but the management be-
lieves that the additional features
which will appear in the humor mag-
azine will more than compensate the
buyer for the rise in price.
FRESI iEN TO SYSTEMATIZE
ENF{)CIN( OF TRADITIONS
The freshman engineering class de-
cided in yesterday's assembly to make
a systematic effort to enforce campus
traditions among their own members.
The council, a body composed of rep-
resentatives of each group of ten into
which the class is divided, will take
it upon itself to look after the observ-
ance of the customs. Each member

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GAS

COOKIN

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For Fraternity and Club Ha

Increases Cleanliness and Efficiency. Telep
Representative to call and give you expert advice for your]P
ment.
Washtlea Gas Comj

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SPECIAL EQUIPMENT FOR

Purchasers of Xmas and New Years

oodward Ave.
it, Mich.

NOTICE
improve our telephone service we
istalled a two phone system which
mpelled us to change our present
number 1550 to 2280.

See Our Widow

Finest Assortment of Holiday Goods in the C

in Arbor Taxicab Co.
300 N. Plain Street

The Mayer- Schairer (

OUR WINDOWS FOR YOUR XMAS GIFTS

Leather Goods
Michigan Pins
Parisian Ivory
Waldemar Chain

Rings

Fobs

Stationers-

Printers

B Bind

Spoons Cuff Buttons
Sautoirs Silverware
Watch Cords Fountain Peas
Engraving Free

112 South Main Street.

can furnish work of any nature should will be personally responsible for the
notifv th ninone ommitte The office conduct of those in his section. Con-

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Haller Jewelry Co.
306 Steate St.

See windows o'f Haller Jewelry Co,
for Xmas presents. 306 S. State.
Just a word about Xnias gifls; the
choicest of which may be found in ail
kinds of odd China, Lamps, Oriental
Jewelry, and D. M. C. Crochet Cottons
and Fiosses for Fancy Work, at "The
Palais Royal," 304 South Main St., just
across from German American Bank.
67-70
WE SELL OOOD CLOTHING.
Suits at $10.00-All wool.
Suits at $15.00-All wool, hand tail-
oredl.
Suits at $20.00--Adler's, make and
style.
Suits at $25.00-Equal to Finest
Clustom work.
ALLEN'S GOOD CLOTHES STORE,
Main Street, tf

Varsity Hats for.Football Men Arrive
The new Varsity hats for the footbal.
teaim have arrived and were distribut-
ed yesterday at the athletic office. They
are a cloth hat, dark blue in color, and
bear the football insignia in maize, on
.he front of the crown:
For Rent--One single room and two
suites. 615 Packard St., Ann Arbor.
68
For Rent-Single room, warm and
neatly furnished. Only a few min-
utes from the campus, 1112 Cather-
ine St. 6v
See windows of Haler Jewelry Co.
for Xmas presents. 306 S. State.
Get your vacation meal ticketes at
301 S State St. A. E. Greene's Res-
taurant. tf

1U Iy 41 11 U1111LZ . 11 11 :
hours are from 3:00 to 4:30 o'clock
every day this week until Friday.
-A new collection of pictures have
been placed in the' library exhibit
cases. The pictures are reprints of
the old masters. The series of pic-
tures is entitled "Meisterbilder," and
is published in Munich.
-One of the latest additions to the
university library is a set of nine vol-
ames on the art collections of Europe.
The book contains a detailed list, de-
scription and criticism of the contents
of the various galleries.

sidering the size of this council, it is
probable that every member of the
class will be reached in the campaign.
Only Two directories Remain Unsold
Out of the 1900 student directories
printed this year, only two remain tc
be disposed of. The sale has been
much more rapid than last year when
a supply of 1700 was found to be suffi-
cient for the entire demand during the
school term. The two remaining di-
rectories may be purchased at Wahr's
book store.

Ice Cream

We make our
302 S. Main St..

Stop t the Cre
The 'New P ece

.. Candy

.: Light Luj
own candy
Near L

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Before Buying That Christmas Present
Inspect our large stock of
Musiced erehabadse
and get prices. It will pay you.
Guitars, Banjos, Mandolins, Violins, Music Bags;
Everything in the Realm of flusic.
GRINNELL BROTHERS
120-122 E. Liberty St. Phone 1707
Large-t stock ofVet oasand records

MONEY. Short time loans made on
valuables. 108 E. Huron St. 66-70
HOLIDAY GOODS The finest line
for ladies or gentlemen,Goodyear Drug
Co. 66-711
Any of your clothesuneed repairing
or altering? That's our specialty. C.
I. Kidd, 1112 S. University, 1530-J. tf
Best shoe shine, hat cleaning and
blocking next to Wagner's. tf
Genuine Martin Guitars and Mando-
lins sold at Schaeberle & Son's Music
House. tf

I~lVan illustr
FOREribi oolet
treatment foi
safety razor blades, making one b
Iasta lifetimeand be better than a
purchased. Sent on receipt of c in c
CLAUDE WOLFE, Howard City, M
Buy Lyndon's new hand c
Christmas postal cards with A
bor views at the Delta, Brown'

Store,
Store,
Store,
Bros.,
Store,

Mack Drug Co.,
I. F. Schleede,
Sheehan's Book
Schleedt's St
12 for 25 cents.

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