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ON YOUR HOLIDAY TRIP
Take the Lehigh Valley Railroad
Through service between Buffalo
and Philadelphia, New York and

FRESH LITS TAKE
THIRD FORFEITURE
J-Lits Fail to Appear, While Soph
Lits Lose to Architects;
Engineers Tie
AUL-STARS DEFEAT YEARLINGS

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ADVANCE MODELS IN

New 1916 Waists

Newark.

Direct connections at

Buffalo with Michigan Central trains
out of Ann Arbor.
Route goes through "The Switzer-
land of America," the most beautiful
se Ction cast of the Rocky Mountains.
Trains all-steel, comfortable and safe.
Excellent -a la carte dining car serv-
ice at reasonable prices.,
For Further Particulars
W. C. KING

at $1.95 to $15

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" THE, ROUTE OF THE BLACK DIAMOND"

O TITINEW ELEVATOR INSTALLED
OMPETITION PROMISEDIN UNIVERSITHOSPITAL
Al ATHLETIC ELECTION There has just been installed in
Palmer ward of the University hos-
pital one of the newest and most up-

For the third time during the season
the fresh lits benefited by a forfeit,
when the J-lits failed to appear for
their game last night. Two other reg-
ular games were played, the archi-
tects defeating the soph lits by a 5-3
score, while the junior and soph engi-
nieers. played a 4-4 tie. A practice
game was played during the last period
of the time in the gym between the
fresh lits and a scrub team, the lat-
ter winning by a 5-0 score.
An all-star team opposed the fresh
lits last night when they called for
some one to give them practice, with
the result that the lits were lambasted
both literally and figuratively. Des
Jardins and Trelfa were the batteries
for the scrubs and the former struck
out nine men in three innings, and
only two men got as far as first, one
on a walk and the other when Trelfa
dropped the ball on the last strike.
"Tommy" nailed the latter with one
of those lightning pegs when he at-
tempted to steal second. Among the
members of the all-stars were num-
bered Comstock, ordinarily a pitcher
of .44 calibre; Davenport, pitcher for
the architects; Kannosski, another
twirler, and Hill., The final score
stood 5-0.
Inability to play even a fair game
of indoor baseball proved costly to
the soph lits last night, the architects
trouncing the second year men to the
tune of 5 to 3. The lit aggregation
was very weak in the field and failed
entirely to hit the ball in pinches,
while the architects pounded the
curves of Shearer, lit pitcher, to the
far corners of the gym for extra-base
hits, and ran wild on the base lines
at the expense of the infield.
An exciting tie game was the out-
come of the tilt between the junior
and sophomore engineers. The sec-
and year boilermakers took the lead
in the first inning, were tied in the
third, and neither side was able to
score in the fourth and .final inning.
Stellar playing by the batteries of
both teams and the sensational field-
ing of the sophomore .first baseman,1
Van Brunt, featured the contest.
Three Illinois Students Dismissed
Urbana, Ill., Dec. 16.-Three stu-
dents in the University of Illinoisl
have been dismissed, and three more
have been placed on probation for
scalping tickets for the Chicago-Illi-
nois football game. All six have been
forbidden to participate in university
athletics.
Skis, $2.25 to $4.00 at Switzer's, 310
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The waist shown at the left is of light maize Cr
Chine trimmed around collar, on cuffs, down front a
four folds in front, with white Crepe de Chine am
stitching. Long inset sleeves, plain back. Priced at
Sketch at right shows a waist of white or ligh
Crepe de Chine with new high side-buttoned colla
Sshirred-ruffed edge. Pleated front and small sh1
pleats; long sleeves with cuffs matching collar.
at $5.75.
Goods Sent Free By +' B
GPdarcel Pos
Inquiries
Solicited CORMER WOOCWARD STATE
0OCONECTION WITH ANY OTHER STOR
DETROIT, MItCH.
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BOTANICAL SOCIETY TO HOLD
MEETING AT COLUMBUS, OHIO
Columbus, Ohio, will see the entire
staff of the botany department, and a
number of assistants and graduate
students at the annual meeting of the
Botanical Society of America, to be
held in that city during the Christmas
recess.
Scientific papers will be read by Dr.
Hiolman, and Prof. Henry A. Gleason,
of the botany department. The meet-
ings of the society will be held in the
various buildings of the Ohio State
university. The headquarters of the
society will be at the Hotel Hartman.
ALPENA STUDENTS FORM CLUB,
PLAN TO MEET DURING HOLIDAYS

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Bob Folwell and George Wright
have offered to coach the University
of Pennsylvania for nothing. At that
they might be getting all the job's
worth.
After looking over Penn's record
for the past two years, we have a feel-
ing that if the man in charge was re-
ceiving real money for it, he is liable
to imprisonment under the charge of
obtaining money under false pre-
tenses.

York World.
"The other day he met o
Lewis Reimann is telling I
newsboy friends on the str
youngster had read Yost's A
can team but evidently he w
what uncertain as to just
All-American team really
any rate he said, "lee, ain't
ing to iist either you or M
next yea . Mr. Reimaun"
Ty (obb has annonuced
won't report to thE Dkt'oit t
later ncxt suriug than ever b
imagine Jeniuiigs i6 probabi:
sick. One year Tyrus didn't
until a few days before th
opened. He only hit .420 th
his highest average-and
many bases he had the cat(
ting up nights. Poor old Ty

We are showing Superb Furs
for those seeking Royal
Gifts.

Inter-uollege m anagership r laced
On Equality With Varsity
Offices.
Dignified by a campus election, and
by virtue of its equality with the Var-
sity managerships, the new office of
Inter-College Manager, which will be
filled by election in February, prom-
ises to be the subject of keen compe-
tion in the future.
This office has charge of inter-class
activities but in all other respects will
be on a par with Varsity managers
and will have similar privileges. As
one of the privileges, the inter-college
managership carries with it a seat on
the board of directors, itself a suffi-
cient indication of the relative* im-
portance of the office. The manager
also will receive an AMA hat such as
is given to the Varsity football man-
ager.
Four men will probably run as can-
didates for this position, Willis Broad-'
head, L. C. Huestis, J. W. Thomas and
Albert Stoll. These men are at pres-
ent working as assistants, and in con-
sequence are the logical men for the
office in point of experience. I. Lash
Thomas was formerly the inter-college
assistant but has resigned his posi-
tion. The man elected to the office
wifl be the head of the Inter-College
board.
It is the purpose of the Intramural
office to place men in a position to
push inter-class activities and keep in-
terest in this branch of university
athletics at the highest point. For
this reason the above scheme has been
devised and is expected to provide the

to-date types of modern elevators.
This elevator is operated wholly by
an electric push-button system. A
six and one-half ton steel frame with
a brick and concrete shaft which is
absolutely fire-proof, has been con-
structed by the buildings and grounds
department: The machine and car-
riage were furnished by the Otis Ele-
vator Co., of Chicago, Ill.
"Babe" White to Captain Syracuse
Syracuse, N. Y., Dec. 16.-Harold,
("Babe") White, believed to be the
largest football player in the country,
has been elected as captain of next
year's Syracuse eleven. White played
a guard during the past season. The
new leader stands six feet six inches
in height and weighs 273 pounds.
Cornell Elects Mueller as 1916 Leaderj
Ithaca, N. Y., Dec. 16.-L. K. Mueller
of Decatur, Ill., was elected captain of
the Cornell football team for 1916 at
the annual banquet of the football men
last night.
Mueller is a junior and played full-
back during the past season.
Bonilla Talks at Latin-American Club
Latin-American club will meet at
200 North State street at 7:00 o'clock
this evening. After a short business
meeting, Mr. R. H. Bonilla of the
club on "The Origin of the Spanish
Spanish department, will address the
Nationality."
No roller skating at Weinberg's or.
Monday, Wednesday and Thursday
evenings. Ice skaters can then enjoy

Formation of an Alpena club of stu-irown andw asnington State will
dentsattending the University from meet on the gridiron New Year's day.
dent atendng he nivrsiy fom shaw, why don't Cornell and Pitts-
that city took place after a banquet Furg gttoeter'l and t ts-
held Wednesday evening. The follow- buaet together and settle the na-
ing men were elected as officers: T. tional title some time during com
C. Trelfa, '16E, president; Lee Rich- mencement week.
ardson, '17, vice-president; J. Com-
stock, '18L, secretary, and F. C. "Barrett to Play with Big League
Riecks, 16E, treasurer. The club plans Team. Cleveland after Cornell Star."
to have meetings during the holidays. -Headline in morning paper.
1rounted Police Figure in Butter Riot After seeing Cleveland in action,
London, Dec. 16.-Mounted police there are some who suspect that even'
charged into a crowd of women in a though Charles does join the Cleve-
butter riot at Cologne yesterday and land outfit, still he won't be with a
26 women were carried away, injured, big league team.
according to an Amsterdam dispatch.
"It is interesting to note that a man
All-Fresh to Compete in Grand Rapids so well-informed upon the sport as
Michigan's All-Fresh track team will John Anderson, estimates that there
stack up against the Grand Rapids Y. are 600,000 golfers in the United
M. C. A. track aggregation in a meet States. We've heard a lot of people
to be held in that city some time dur- maintain that there weren't over 60
ing the winter. golfers in the United States."-New

Michigan pole vaulters I
performing without mats in
After watching a few of the
falling all over the floorth
convinced that if we we
vaulter, and we didn't s
ankle about the first day out
come afflicted with an acute
indisposition until the new
rived.
Touchdown, the Cornell m,
left Ithaca, never to return.
in Michigan or several other
institutions has been detect
act, of weeping over the fact

act of weeping over the fac

GO HOME FOR YOUR
CHRISTMAS DINNER

By all means, if you can; but if YOU can't make it this year, or if your cook is asking for a
chance to do the same thing-be of good cheer-telephone 834 and reserve a table at

desired element in conducting inter-
iclass athletics and enlarging its scope.
For papering, tinting or decorating
of any kind, go to C. H. Major & Co.,
203 E. Washington St. edtdec2l
Everything in Christmas presents
for men. N. F. Allen Co., Clothiers.
Main St. eodFri

the music.

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THE

RENELLEN

HOSPICE

CHRISTMASI
Shirts made to order.-G. H. Wild
Company. State St. Tailors.
Where are you going to eat when
you come back after Christmas? Try

In future all cars stop at Goodyear's
Drug Store. t4
You're sure the suits at the Reule,
Conlin & Fiegel stare are just right.
GLOVES
for men, best known makes at reams.'
able prices, en sale by N. F. Allen A
Co, Main street. wed-ood
Look that Reule, Conlin & Fiegel
ad over and form an opinion, then
come to the Big Store and verify it
with the goods.
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Promptly at the hour you name your special Christmas dinner will be faultlessly served amid
congenial surroundings, and in a manner far removed from anything that savors of the usual
eating house.

I am going to try to make this a real Christmassy occasion for
all of you who will let me, and I'll bet I have my hands full.

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