,e will be
from the "Merchant
given by the students
C. Trueblood's Shake-
ig class last night in
hosen for production
ating ones of the play,
. scene twos ,In each
bers of the class had
,tern to portray' to al-
idistribution of mem-
igive each student the
part were: Elsie Ab-
nabel Adriance, '20;
~'21; Joana Graham,
son, '22; Hazel Hoff-
ost, '21; Marion Moon,
vens, '21; Gwendolyn
BEglS TO D)EBATE
3x~ society will meet
tonight:'.on the fourth
Dean Mortimer E. Cooley of the en-
gineering college has returned from
New York.' There, he attended the
conferences of the American Society
of mechanical 'engineers. He is the
retiring president of that organiza-
Mr. Howard E. Coffin, '03E, spoke at
the. junior assembly held at 10 o'clock
Monday in the Engineering building on
the subject, "Industrial Relations and
Social Aspects of Engineering." Mr.
Howard was the chairman during the
war of ,the Aircraft Production board.
Prof. A. H. White has been. in'Wied,
to 'speak at. a meeting of the chemi-
cal engineers to be held Thursday,
Dec. 11, in room 303 Chemical-build-
ing. The purpose of the meeting will
be to reorgan~ize the Chemical branch
of the Engineering society. Besides
Sophomore engineers will hold,
their assembly at 11 o'clock Thursday,
Dec. 11, in room 348, Engineering
building. A program. is being made
out, which will include aarrangenents
for a speaker.
Phil Carroll, 18E, who was presi-
dent of the 1918 senior engineering
class, is visiting the University for
about a week. He is employed by the
Westinighouse company and is here.
to explain to electrical engineers pos-
sible prospects in the Westinghouse
PARTY FOR DANCING CLASS
The last lesson 'of the advanced
dancing course given in the Union An-
nex will be held tonight. A party is
being; given SaturdayT night for mem-
bers 'oEf' the Class, tickets for which
will be given out tonight.-Adv.
The Home Mahufactui
House. All Candies m;
in our kitchen. F' ancy boxes
Sin large and small sizes..
109 S. MAIN ST. _
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ubject of the debate will be.
ed'That a National I4ureau of
pu l e Granted.' Independent of
artment 0of the Interior, which
e Represe n;ed by a Secret ary
Efxecutive's Cabvmie." Affirm-
uphemia Carnahan, '22; Gladys
n, '22, and Winifred O'Connor,
gative: Blanche Blynn, '20;
Mowry. '22. and V. a Lane,'
e critic will be Vi a Adams,
d the~b parliaani.' tarian. Gladys
Closing Out Sale of Winter,1111llinery at Parlors of "Stevens and Persh-
ing. Everything must go regardless of cost'~
618 PACKARD Near State PHONE 1028-IT
c a package,
6 c a package
ORE CHRISTMIAS, FRIDAY
t Women's league party be-
ion,., w~ill begint at 4 o'clock
ay afternoon in Barbour
mm. Masques wil present
,nd Phil Diamond's orches-
play for dancing. Tea will
Sthe Woz .n's leag~ue
d candy and popcorn will be
be }high school giil"reserves
y Y'. W. C. A., Thy. roceeds
>d to dres~s some. riistmas
children in the hdsitajs.
Ann Arbor dealers
5c a oackase
THE FLAVOR LA
SO, DOES THE PRI
Gandy of the South,
on' Monday f
that they ar
party for N
Standen' Drug Company
John A. Tic.
TIuttle Lunch Room
THE CAN~DY OFTHE SOUTH
ling 9 tea, to be -giv(
faculty from 4 to
ay afternoonl in Ba
these houses is urging all to attend,
since this is one of the few ways that
women who are living in University
houses lave, of meeting members of
Professor Parker to Talk at Vespers
Prof. John C. Parker, head of the
electrical engineering, department, will
speak at' vesper services~ at 4:30
o'clock Wednesday afternoon in News-
berry hall.' An informal tea will 'fol-'
IN EXTRA CONCERT SE
HLL': AUDITORIUM, DEC.
15, 8 P.
ELEVEN RENOWNED "STARS" IN AN UNIQUE PI
GRAM OF ENSEMBLE MUSIC.
C AROLYN BEEBE, 'Pianist and Director.
PIERRE. HENRIOTTE and HERBERT SOMAN, Violinists
SAMUEL, LIFSGHEY, Viola
i WANTED-Place to live, for my wife
;y and myself-furnished housekeep-
Ling apartment or living room and
ie bedroom. Rubin Sleight. Tel. 264-W.
334 S. State. Michigan 'Public U.til-
if WANTED-A young roan to do work
about the..house. Apply Mack and
. FOR,,SALE ,
PAUL KEFER, 'Cello
EMIL MIX, Double
GUSTAVE LANGENUS, Clarinet
WILLIAM KINCAID, Flute
HENRI DE BOSSCHER, Oboe
UGO SAVOLINI, Bassoon
FOR SALE--1917 Dodge touring car,
summer and winter tops, exhaurst
all ,heater, five over-sized tires, spot-
light, etc. " A good buy at $850.1
- Professor 'Whipple, Tappan Hall;- or
fob, 624 Church St.J
'FOR SALE-Hand made banners, pil-
- lows and pennants. Phone 2384-M.
^h - . - in- war
COURSE TICKETS,: includiing MISCHA LEVITZKI (Jan. 23) ;
LAZZARI, Metropolitan Opera Primma Donna (Feb. 28) ; TRIO DE LUTEC:
BARRERE, Flute, CARLOS SALZEDO, Harp, PAUL KEFER, 'Cello
$2.010; $2.50, $3.00, $3.50; Single .Concerts-$1 .00, $1.50, $2.00. On Sale
JOSEPH', FRANZL, French Horn."