t n the University. Thursday he
as a spectator in Waterman gym-
siuin. Yestei day morning he visit-
the Medical building, and its lab-
atonies and seemed much impressed
d interested in what he saw.
Try the iUpper Room Bible Class
is evening. We 'are sure you will
id a. welcome, we think you will
d an inspiration, there. From 7 to
o'clock, at 444 South State St.-Adv.
)ur subscriptions at Wahrs
cur Dollars Has)
.test I4uying P~wer.
thes is mighty reasonable but- don't be
[t's the cost per day of wear that counts
e cheap, short lived suit that soon gets
n one of these faultless made for YOU
3n get it out again in supreme satisf ac-
der you under any obligation if you
WHAT'S' GOING ON
7 :15-Newark club meets in room 306,
7 :30-Cosmopolitan club discussion
section discusses the Shantung
question in room 305 University
7:30-Student Volunteer meeting in.
8 :00-Polonla Literary circle smoker
in room 306 Union. Prof. S. J. Zow-
ski will speak.
10:30-Cabinet club holds short meet-
ing at Union to complete arrange-
ments for trip home Christmas.
2 :30-Kansas students meet in room
306 Union building.
6:30 - Christian Endeavor' society
meets in Presbyterian church.
6 :30-Plymnouth guild meets' in Con-
gregational church. Miss 'Ping
speaks on Shantung.
0:30-Baptist guild meets in Baptist'
church. Vernon Hillery leads.
6 :30-Wesleyan guild of, the Methodist
church meets.: Miss lMable Qhapmen
speaks on "The Challenge of Mis-
sions to Us as Young People."
6 :30--Unitarian guild forum. Dr. Nel-
lie Perkins speaks on "The Problem
of Human Behavior."
7:00-Seven scenes from the 1-7 er.
chant of Venice" 'are given byla-
dies of the Shakespearean reading
class in room 302 Mason hall.
7:15--Al1l men -from I.entueky will
meet in room 323 of the Union.\
Craftsman club meets today to con-
fer a third degree. All student
Masons are requested to ;be present.
Organizations which have had group
Sphotographs. taken for the 1920.
Michi'ganensian are requested tol
select their proofs in order that the;
photographers may run off prints of
each for the yearbook engravings.
Rebuilt Multiplex Hammond type-
~writers, $50.00 upwards. O. D. Mor-
rill, 17 Nickels Arcade.-Adv.
Get a box of MaeDiamid's choco-
lates at, Cushing's.-Adv.
- The Sugar Bowl
Turkeys, Chickens and Box
1 09 South Main
ANN ARBOR. CHOP SUET
Excellent CROP? SUEY from
11:30 a. m. to 'midnight
Steaks and Chops 314 S. State
WEEK WILL BE
I Opes Tody atBox Office
Frida EveingDec, 12 AsMaiel . ,...
= .Sturdy AtnTe.h3eNaWwTax
Mfssov I--A check stand has been
plac6ed in operation at the University
of Missouri in order to discourage
petty thieving. . tudents are not
charged for this service.
Purdue-A student honor organi-
.nation among the, women at Purdue
university h~as been suggested., The
plan is to have a committee consist-
ing of the woman'sr representative
from the student council, the presi-
d~n\othe Yurdue .Girls he plub iandt
of ntfthe Y.ueGirs c.lbte ansdethe
presidents of the junior! and senior
girls. First, the girls will pledge
themselves to adhere to certain rules
of honesty but if any cases of dishon-
esty should be discovered they would
be reported to this committee. The
committee will administer no punish-
ment unless the Individual commits the
offense twice. All- reports to the
committee will be secret and will be
written and they will be signed by
the reporter. A definite written pledge
will be voted upon in a short time.
become the best
food and fellow.-
.Ilnnesota-A "Gopher" dance is to
be given Dec.'5 at the University ofE
Minnesota as a fitting close for the
subs0cription campaign which has been
going,, on in order to procure sub-
scribers for that magazine. The goal5
at which they stave been~. aiming is a5
anubscription list of -2,900. As one of S,
the guests of 'honor at" this danice5
Fred Stone, the great comedian, will -
be present. with the six Brown broth -
ers who were the originators of jazz5
Pennsylvana-A wireless outfit has5
been installed in the university settle-
ment house at the University of Penn-
Psylvania. A, picked, class has been
fi~ned and they are being taught the
prfelples of radio operation.
7e 1P1A'!ERK SURVIVE FIRST5
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Ohio, ftwj the last Conference game ofS
the year. Oh~o State will furnish the!
competition for tie final contest oni
The schedule thus far thaws eight
gamges at home and seven in hostile=
territory. Mather and his squad are =
determined to eradicate the disgrace
of the" football season~.
*Mickigan. Song Books, emory
Books, Jewelery, Pillows, etc., ae~., ,at
Wahr's University Bookstores.--Adv.
Special sale of greeting cards and
fine Christmas stationery. 0. D: Mor-
ril, 1.7 Nickels Arcade.-Adv.
The Smartest Dressers Choose
Their Apparel Hereo
Smart Gift Buyers for Young Men Will Do the Same
..et Every Gift to HIM carry a mark of your good taste and
judgment-and a positive assurance of his delight and perma-
. f I~r maygyars ~p.rience in catering to men's
tastes a nipnly gai~is us to help you choose
be served cold.
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