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tE IICHIGAN DAILY

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TEN MINUTES
AT THE WALK4 VE R P
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a w ise
C Ii r 1 s a mf a s
shopper can oetie his
or her gift problems to their
utmost sa isfaction cd sptnd less
money than they expected to spend
am a wwwIN BUYNG
FOR WOMEN-Walkover Boudoir p;-ter, tCmfy Sippes, Party
Slippers, Patent, Satin, Bronze or Dull Kid and Phoenix Silk Hose.
FOR MEN - Walk-Over House Slippers, Moccasins, Soft Pullman
Traveling Slippers in soft leather cases, Skating Shoes and Phoenix
Hose.

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SPECIAL -

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P- HURRY

GYMNASIUM SHOES
FOR MEN AND WOMEN-RUBBER OR LEATHER SOLES
Prices 70c to $1.90 per p.air

I just received 150 Calendars for 6xio Vertical Pieture
Inserts by mistake in shipping, and by an ar'rangement with
the manufacturer J can close them out at only 33 Cael; the
regular price is soc. They are beautiful sepia, separatly boxed, and just
the thing to use with an enlargement, or we have sone choie vie xs of the
river and boulevard at only 25c, Don't waft--they r.l o e gone.
L'Y N D N.-

Just Ceived a New Basket Ball Shoe
ON t $'3 PER PAIR-HEAVY SUCTION RUBBER

for Men
SOLE

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Makes Plain and Colored Lantern Slides
from Negatives. Objects or Any Sort of
an lllustuation in Monoch rone or Color.
Does Techni.al Photographic Work. If
it's a Difficult Job, Ask him about it.

It

Xmas

Made of Walrus, Seal, Morocco,
CoWhide, Calf and Pig

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BOY-ED DQENIES GUILTY
KNOWLEDGEOFrPAPRS
CermanA ttache Makes Statenmeint in
New York Before His
Departure
New York, Dec. 16.-Captain Carl
Boy-Ed, naval attache of the German
embassy, who with Captain von Papen,
the military attache, has been recalled
by his government at President Wil-
son's request, made a formal statement
today. In this declaration he denied
having any knowledge either directly
or indirectly of a secret document de-
tailing the state of preparedness of
the United States navy.
The entente allies have already
given their promise for the safe con-
duct of the two attaches, and it is
probable that the two men will leave
shortly. Considerable sentiment how-
ever, has been roused here in behalf
of the two men.
BISHOP TALKS TO J-ENGINEERS
Tells About the Elizabthan ('l) at
Yale University
"The Elizabethan Club at Yale Uni-
versity" as the subject of the speech
made by Mr. William W. Bishop, li-
brarian, at the junior engineering as-
sembly yesterday.
PresidentaHarry B. Hutchins, who
was to speak to the class yes~erday,
was unable to do so on account of his
attendance being required at the
Grange meetings. He will probably
address the junice iair next as-
sembly January 20.
Class . directories, containing the
nicknames, given names, home ad-
dresses, Ann Arbor addresses, and tel-
ephone numbers, were issued to the
members on payment of a fae of fiv
cets.
EFFINGER TALKS TO ENGINEERS
Dean Urges Sophomore LngIneers to
Select More Culural Subjects
"Breadth, or the Second Dimension,"
,was the topic of the speech by Dean
John R. Effinger, of the College of
Literature, Science, and the Arts, at
the soph engineer assembly yesterday.
Dean Effinger emphasized the fact that
the engineer should strive fo- a broad
education through the election of more
cultural subjects, and through the
reading of good books.
Plans were announced for the
smoker to be held next Monday night
at the Union and larger turn-outs
were urged for indoor baseball. Class
dues are payable today to H. A. KnoW1-
son at the head of the main stairs in
the engineering building, between 90
and 12:00 o'clock.
IIAPTIST rHURH GUILD HOLDS
CHRISTMAS PARTY TONIGHT
Members of the Baptist church guild
will hold their annual Christmas
party in the guild parlors this even-
ing at 8:00 o'clock. A program fit-
ting to the season has been prepared.
In addition to the customary Christ-
mas tree, there will be a vaudeville
entertainmnt with special stunts and
vocal numbers. Old Kris Kringle will
distribute the presents among the
guests.
Refreshments will be served and it
is requested that those atteiding the
event bring a present not to exceed
10 cents in value.

J-Hop Contracts ., te Closed at Once
All contracts for the J-Hop will be
closed by the beginning of the Christ-
mas holidays, if the expectations of
the committee arc fulfilled. Arrange-
ments for music, programs and dec-
crations are still to be completed.

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Wednesday III 1Iu' e.1
and Sat.De,1
DETROIT
VERY GOOD EDDIE'
A rapid-fire, up-to-date Musical Comedy
wits sixty players
A RCADE
Shows at 3, 6:30, s:oo, and 9:30 P. M.
Friday, Dec. 17-William Faversham in
"One Million Dollars." Metro.
Saturday, December iS-Mrs. Fise in
Trhackeray s "Vanity Fair." l leine-
Fdison.
Don't forget that our great " Trip
Around the World" comes every Satur-
day in connection with our regular
feature -both for one price.

Quality-Variety-Values
OIAMOS EWELERS ATCh
3CHLNOEE A 11sEYFRIE Y
13 .IBERv EBERTY ST
AR SILVERSpITHis ARR
SCHLANDERER & SEYFRIED
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119 E. LIBERTY STREET

NEW DELTA CAFE
TEA DANSANTS
EVERY AFTERNOON
2:30 P. M. 5:00 P. M.

SUNDAY EVENING LUNCHEONS
50c
P --
Arjno ld &Co.
Jewelers
220 South Main Street
Christmas Gifts
Our store is the best and largest
Jewelry Store in the city. An in-
spection of our stock will convince you
that this is the place to buy.
Diamond and Platinum Jewelry
Solid Gold Jewelry
Lavallieres-Pendants
Ivory Toilet Ware-Clocks
Sterling Silverware-Novelties
Wrist Watches-Gents' Watches
Michigan Jewelry-Fobs
Brass Goods-Smokers Sets
Cut Glass-Optical Goods
Leather Goods-Travelling Sets
Buy here and be assured of quality and assortments
to choose from
Arnold &rCo.
220 S. Main St.

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Engraved or Plain Stationery

Telescopic Drinking Cups, Photo Books
Purses, Brass or Glass Inkwells,

MAYER, SCHAIRER CO.

6030 FELLOWS TO GATHER
SUPPLIES WITH AUTOSTODAY
(Continued from Page One)
the loss of articles, some of them pres-
ents or keepsakes, may join in our
'Merry Christmas' spirit.
Let us not only make this resolu-
tion, but act upon it before it is too
late, and be heppy in the thought of a
wrong made right. Then may we all
enjoy a Merry Christmas and a Happy
New Year.
"A READER."
DEBATERS CHOSEN FOR FRAY
Brucker, Cott n, Stoddard, Pinney,
Goodwin and Ramsdell Picked
Members for the two Michigan Var-
sity debating teams have been select-
ed and will take part in the thee-cor-
nered debate to be held on January 21.
The affirmative team will meet the
team from Northwestern at Ann Ar-
bor, while the negative squad will
meet the team from Chicago university
at Chicago.
The men who will compose the af-
firmative team are as follows: W. M.
Brucker, '16L, J. R. Cotton, '16, and
A. J. Stoddard, '17L. Those selected
for the negative team are, P.°V. Rams-
dell, '16, W. J. Goodwin, '16L, and N.
E. Pinney, '16.
The question to be debated by the
Central League debating team is,
"Resblved, that Congress should adopt
the literacy test for all European im-
migration."
CLOTHINi
from the House of Kuppenhener en
ale by N. F. Allen A Co., Xabi
street. wed-em
Real meals--Just the kind you will
he' getting in a couple of days, are
served every day at Bloomfield's. Try
us after vacation.
No roller skating at Weinberg's
on Monday, Wedi!egday and Thursday
evenings. Ice skaters can then enjoy
the music. decl.5,

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asible for the Prominent Engineer Talks Tonight
IAN PICTURE "Reminiscences of Engineering"
ntually; why not now?) will be the subject of a lecture giver
% i aly; hyNNow?) by H. H. Esselstyn, construction engi-
ST., ANN ARBOR. neer of the Michigan Edison company,
in room 348, of the engineering build-
Pig, at 8:00 o'clock tonight.
We can do your papering, painting, ----
tinting, etc., at once. C. H. Major & C1HRISTMAS
Co. Phone 237. edtdec21 Everything in Christmas present.
for men. N. F. Allen Co., Clothiers.
See our line of .chafing dishes and Main St. eodFri
electric appliances. H.- L. Switzer Co.j
310 State. edtdec21 2255 2255 2255 2255

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