THE MICHIGAN DAILY "i
WHAT'S GOING ON
The final payment of the United
Var Work pledges is due January 14.
'rof. I. Leo Sharfman, treasurer of
he United War Work campaign of the
Jniversity of Michigan, desires that
ll pledges now due be paid at the
arliest possible date. Payment should
e made at Lane hall.
Hobart Guild gives a New Year's
lance at 8 o'clock Friday, January
0, at Harris hall. All Episcopal stu-
lents are invited.
A meeting of the Intercollegiate So-
iety of Socialists will be held tonight
t 7:30, at 1321 Volland street. Miss
Lvermore of Detroit is expected to be
present. Everyone interested is in-
rited to attend.
The Michiganenslan picture of the
'reshman Girls' Glee club will be tak-
n at 12:30 Thursday at White's stu-
.10. All members are requested to ap-
FACULTY MEN PAY TRIBUTE
TO LOST LEADER'S INFLUENCE
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velt rendered services of lasting and
vital importance. But above all he
showed his peculiar genius and his
true greatness in the great moral
awakening which he led in our civic
life. His own vigorous fight for his
ideals and his perhaps too pugnacious
expression have produced a petty type
of partisan opposition of late years
which has refused to recognize the
great virtues and great abilities of the
lost leader. History will certainly
place him in the very front rank of
Colorado Ratifies Dry Bill
Denver, Colo., Jan~ 7.-The senate
of the Colorado legislature late to-
day unanimously voted ratification of
the federal prohibition amendment.
Seniors and class officers must
have their pictures for the 1919
Michiganensian at the offices
not later than Jan. 18. Appoint-
ments must be made at the pho-
tographers at once. Dates can-
not be arranged later than Fri-
Boys' Suits and
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Boys' Suits and
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N. F.Alen Co.
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Gone, Custer Returns to Schedule day. Those who have proofs f
(By Associated Press) must return them within two
attle Creek, Jan. 7.-The big mil- days.
y review of the 14th division, post- Organizations' pictures and
ed because of the influenza out- copy will be accepted until the
ak a couple of weeks ago, will be end of this week. Corrections
I shortly after the first of the year, in copy may be made until furth-
)rding to present plans. There is er notice.
:tically no influenza at Camp Cus- MANAGING EDITOR.
and the health record is excellent.
lls have been resumed, despite the)
W. Daily Want ads bring results.
N. F. ALLEN CO.
The Kuppenheimer House in Ann Arbor
211 S. Main Street
ys' Suits and
,UDED IN THIS SALE.
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Oklahoma Votes Prohibition
Oklahoma City, Okla., Jan. 7.-The
Oklahoma senate late today ratified
the national prohibition amendment.
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by which all other
pencils are judged.
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You can't do a friend
a greater favor in the
And if your friend thinks he has
to pay 30 cents for cigarettes,
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Please enclose 6c in stamps fewl peeking
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O WING to the fact that I am needed at the De-
troit store during the Sale, it will be impos-
sible for me.to open the stare here as planned. How-
ever the branch will be open from 3:00 to 5:30, and
evenings from 7:30 to 9:30, to accomodate our old
customers and as many new ones as wish to take ad-
vantage of our Annual January Sale.
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