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Mlake Christmas
Last all Winter

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When you're out looking for your Winter
Oiercoat, just pay this store a visit. We don't
ask you to favor us, but we do insist that you'll
regret slighting us.
There isn't a finer, smarter or complete
showing of O ercoats than ours in Town and
we'll show you prices that you can't beat any-
where.

2iuy a supply
of Columbia
Double Disc
Records fo r
your Talking
Niachine.

They make an ideal gift and play on any standard Disc Machine
Columbia Records are guaranteed to outlast any other, and cost
you less. 65c for 10 in. and $1.00 for standard 12 in.

Wadhams & Co's Corner
MAIN STREET

ARCHIECTSBEGIN-
LITERARY_ EFFORTS)
Engineering and Architectural Socie.
ties Cmbine Interests it
Issuing "The Techicl"

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Be
Attractively
Dressed.
and gain the admiration of all
by having your next suit
Individually
CustomTailored
by
ARTHUR F. MARQUARDT
Campus Tailor
516 East William St Phone 1422-J

STAFF

. "GOTHIC-"
ARROW
COLLAR,
FRONT FITS CRAVAT KNOT
PERFECTL.. 2 for 25c
CLUETT. PEABODY 4 CO.. INC.. MAKERS

Pr-VacaStion Sale
$6.00 . Shoes . $4.98
$5.00 . Shoes . $4.48
BOSTONIAN and FLORSHEIM
CAMPE308 So.
CAPUS BOOTER-Y state St.

Beginning with the next issue of
the Michigan Technic, the Architec-
tura' society will henceforth contrib-
ute' to the support of the engineering
paper. Up to the present time the
Engineering society has contributed
to its support, but with the new aid
from the Architects, the magazin
will be stronger than ever.
In this way, the Technic will rep-
resent the Colleges of Engineering
and Architecture, and in the succeed-
ing college year, it is planned to de-
vote one issue mainly to the interests
of the architectural department. The
next issue will have a page set aside
for the Architectural society, as -is
now done for the Engineering society.
A member of the architectural depart-
ment faculty will contribute an ar-
ticle to the next number of the mag-
azine.
The business staff of the Technic
is in need of tryouts and compensa-
tion is- offered to successful candi-
dates. The Technic is also offering a
prize of$'.) for a new cover design-
Those interest dre r ci s d to ap-
ply at . b<- rih'-~-~ e-eer-
ing bu6l-'a
In c il 3 t, 1C 1' 'Ui staff
in Su h l . Mc-
Name, a or was
spellv: mee;
and C si en the
year . Correc-
tion ,. .
Arme dideni P~e~f f Concert
Fey rvary 1 is th- 'a s or the
cone, r e enun .. e spices
of the Arm nii t (ub, in-
stead of January 14, as was previous-
ly announced. At that time, four of
the best Armenian concert singers
will give a program in Hill audi-
torium.

C ECANEBBERTAE
RAP AT MILITARISM
Denounces Proposed Plat of Training
as "Unudemocratic" and Also
"Dangerous"
QUOTES CONGRESSMAN KITCHIN
Editor, The Michigan Daily:-
The proposed plan of adopting com-
pulsory military training is in my
opinion undemocratic and absolutely
dangerous to the development of the
highest type of idealism. It, if carried
out could not help but inculcate a
spirit of militarism which would only
tend to give added strength to the
present movement of increasing na-
tional preparedness.
This movement, which is being fos-
tered ig a great part by the big finan-
cial interests of the country in the
hope of gaining huge profits out of the
manufacture and sale of war muni-
tions, is but the natural outcome of
our present economic order and un-
less we attack the problem at its
roots we will soon b'e involved in a
war for the benefit of a few pbwerful
captains of finance.
Congressman Claude Kitchin, the
democratic floor leader of the house,
in a recent, article made the follow-
ing statements:
"'The five years' program increases
our naval appropriations over 40
times more than the increase by.Ger-
many in the five years preceding the
European war, and $200,000,000 more
than the combined increase of all the
nations in the world for the five years
preceding the European war, and over
$50,000,000 more than the combined
increase of all the nations in the
world for the whole period of ten
years immediately preceding the Eu-
ropean war."
Congressman Kitchin also points
out that if the proposed plan is car-
ried out $70 out of every $100 col-
lected for natural revenues will be
spent for militarism and navalism.
His main argument however is as
follows: This sudden, radical, and
revolutionary move for big war prep-
arations on our part is going to shock
the civilized world, and whatever be

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Ailmendinger Music Shop
122 E. Liberty Street

Special for the

rest
college

of te
yecar .

LUNCHES, CANDIES, HOT SUNDA
AT THE
SUGAR BOWL
199 SOUTH MAIN STREET
WE MAKE OUR OWN CANDIES OUT OF
THE PUREST AND BEST MATERIALS

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Michiga n Daily

$1.50

The Mack Dress Making Shop
under the supervision of
Mrs. H. 21. fl1XcLaren
desires to submit designs and receive orders
for 1916
Junior Hop Gowns
and Party Dresses generally. An unusual number of
exclusive eastern styles are now being shown.
Mrs. McLaren is an artist of exceptional ability and her
work has achieved high distinction among fashionable women
of the city.
It is desirable that college women should arrive at a de-
cisiou and make the necessary arrangements, if convenient,
before leaving on vacation.

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Where are You Going to Eat
During Christmas Vacation?

TRY OUR EATS

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The new waiting andfi tting rooms are located
on the See ond Floor near the Tea Room.

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ANN ARIBOR
A. J. Kitson Drops Dead
Arthur J. Kitson, a well known con-
tractor and builder of this city, diedl
at his home, 1335 Geddes avenue, Sat-
urday evening. He had just arrived
home from his daughter's home, where
he had been making preparations for
Christmas, and was going up stairs to
lay away. some Christmas gifts- evi-'
dently intended for his little grand-:
daughter, when he dropped dead,
about half way up stairs.
He is survived by his widow, four
sons, one daughter, one brother and
two sisters. The funeral will be held
this afternoon at 2:00 o'clock from the
family residence and interment will
be made in Forest Hill .cemetery.
Mrs. Elizabeth Dietas, wife of
Charles Dietas, died at her resilence,
Sunday afternoon, at the age of 80
years, after a long illness of heart dis-
ease.
She is survived by her husband, one
son, Charles F. Dietas, of Milwaukee;
one daughter, Mrs. Fred W. Schultz,
of Detroit; three grand children, and
one sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Arnold of
this city.
The funeral will be conducted at
the residence, 314 North Ashley;
street, Wednesday afternoon at 2:00
o'clock.

HAPPLNINGS
Police Raid "Blind Tiger"
In a raid on the grocery store and
lunch room on Broadway, the owner,
William Katopedes, was arrested Sat-
urday night by Chief of Police Frank
Pardon.
The arrest was made following the
discovery of 10 cases of beer in the
building, and the raid was made by
Chief of Police Pardon, Sargeant
O'Brien and Officers Walker and My-
ers.
Katopedes was arraigned before
Judge W. G. Doty on a charge of sell-
ing intoxicating liquors without a li-
cense.
Newsboy Prevents Robbery
Through the efforts of 1-year-old
William Johnson, a newsboy, a burg-
lary of Alber's saloon on Fourth av-
enue was frustrated, early Sunday
morning.
The boy was on his way for papers
when he heard the crash of glass in
one of the rear windows and immedi-
ately notified Deputy Sheriff Gerstner,
who arrested the burglar, a man about
21 years of age.
At the county jail the prisoner
gave his name as George Stampler of
New York, and later as John Smith of
the same city.

Lunches and Short Orders
at all hours

the outcome of the present war, will R
alarm the world again into an armed GIRLS'6GEE CLUB SERER U
camp. It would postpone for genera-
tions the day of universal peace. It Sixty members of the Girls' (
will deprive this government through club wended -their way through
its president, of the greatest op- streets Sunday evening singing Chr

Crystal Restaurant, 601 E. Liberty

Regular Breakfast 6-10 A. M., loc. 15c, 20c
Regular Dinner, 11 A.M.- 2 P. M., 20c, 25c, SOc
Regular Supper, 4:30-7:30 P.M., 20c, 25c, 30c, 35c

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Daughters of Revolution Found Fund Library to Be Open During Vacation
The daughters of the American Rev- During vacation the general library
olution at a meeting last Thursday will be open at all times except
night set aside a $75 loan scholarship Christmas eve- and Christmas and,
fund for the use- of men and women New Year's eve and New Year's day.
students in the university who are de-
serving of financial aid. 2255 2255 2255 tfn
Leave CgyCLeave Copy
a t S pdhy SAVrIN
TheV ER Della G

portunity to serve mankind that ever
came to nation or to man, in the
final negotiation of peace terms among
the belligerents to lay the basis of
perpetual international peace.
The world will be convinced in
spite of our protestations, that we are
preparing as the Seven Seas maga-
gine, the organ of the Navy League.
declared in its last issue that we
should prepare for "wars of conquest."
In view of such facts as these I feel
it my duty to protest against any pol-
icy which will give added momentum
to such a movement and I hope that
all members of the student body will
do their utmost to bring pressure to
bear upon the Board of Regents in an
effort to persuade them not to adopt
the proposed plan.
CfIARILES C. VEBBETt, '15L.
House party time is drawing nigh.
See us for party Taxi Service. We
have the equipment. We are prepared
to take care of you efficiently. Stark
Taxicab Co. Phone 2255. ,ov16tf
Learn the new fox trot at the
Packard Academy. Nov. 20-tf

mas carols.
They visited the home of President
Harry B. Hutchins, President Emerit-
us Tanmes B. Angell and the Homeo-
pathic and University hospitals. Later
they passed through the district
where most of the faculty reside, And
in nearly every instance a cAndle
burned brightly in the window, as evi-
dence that its occupants anticipat-
ed their arrival.
It was nearly 1:00 o'clock when .the
last carol was sung, and another of
Michigan's traditions was ushered in-
to existence.
FORMER EDITOR OFW AILY
VISITS FRIE NIIS ON CAMPUS
W1 t ' }. Aye, ex-'1 6, night editor
of Thf Daily in 1913-14, was the guest
got' VeriweBurnett, '17, for the past
two days. Nyc is at present located
in San Francisco, where he represents
the Maxwell Co., of Detroit.
In future all cars stop at Goodyear's
Drug Store. tf
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LOST
LOST-On campus Saturday, alligator
skin wateh fob with tooth pendant.
Return to Michigan Daily.
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Three fine office rooms,'
suitable for a doctor or dentist; all"
piped and .wired; guaranteed steam
heat. 171 -MOR, 1661-J. J. K. Mal-
colm. - novI6tf

WANTED
W A N T ,D-Position - Competent
white woman, wishing to cook in a
fraternity or take charge of kitchen.
Fine references. Inquire City Y. W.
C. A. Telephone 1108. decl5to2il
WANTED-Experienced janitor ser-
vices can be secured after January
1; capable of caring for heat,
lights, water, elevators, etc. Ad-
dress Janitor, Michigan Daily.
dec18-19jan6

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Christmas is Near

The Popular "Ukulele" would make a splendid Present for
anyone who loves good music.
It is a facsimile of the Spanish Guitar. No music in all the world
has gained such rapid and favorable popularity.
We are State Agents for the genuine Nunes & Sons' Instrument.
Competent Instructors ,

CRINNELL BROS.

116 S. Main St. Phone 1707

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