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WHAT'S GOING ON

State Normal sch
d the University.

Ju~u .LLe campu as a wnle In spite of the increased cost of
e Michigan Union, a calendar materials and labor the price of the
sity events, a list of Univer- directory will be the same as that
es for women, and the names last year.
he Parrot and the Eagle
Ready-made clothes like the Parrot, are essentially
imitators-lacking in individuality.
No two men are alike. That's why noone chin be
absolutely satisfied with ready mades that are turned out
by the thousands without a single variation.

TUESDAY
4:00-Story telling class meets In
room 302 Masdn hall. 'All children
are invited.
4:00-Ferris Institute club meets in
room 306, University hall.
6:00-Youngstown (0) club holds ban-
quet in .room 319 of tfoe Union. All
persons will meet in lobby and go
to banquet room in a body.
7:00-J-hop committee meeting in
room 320 of Union.
7:15-Athena Literary society holds
open meeting. Prof. I. Leo Sharf-
man speaks.
7:15-La Socledad Hispanica meets in
room.,305 University hall.
7 :16-Interfraternity conference meets
on third floor of Union.
7:30--Michigan Dames hold Christ-
mas meeting in Lane hall. Each one
is requested to bring a small gift
for the grab br.
7:30-Cleveland club meets in room'
323 of Union.
7:30-Intercollegiate Soclalist society
meets in room P162 Natural Science
building.
WEDNESDAY
7:00-Zionist society meets in Lane
hall.
THURSDAY
7:30-Christian Science society meets
in Lane hall.
U-NOTICES

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WANTS SKTIN6 RINK
STUDENT- ADVOCATES CONSIS
TENCY IN UNIVERSITY'S . ATH-
LETIC POLICY
Editor, the Michigan Daily:-
For a university to have a well or-
ganized athletic policy,. whereby all
students are enabled to enter into.
some branch of: athletic endeavor is
acknowledged by all to ,be an essen-
tial part of the university.
The University of Michigan carries
out such a policy in efficient mannei,
during the summer and autumn
nonths, but falls short in the winter
by its failure to provide . a University
skating rink.
Skating is a sport that provides the
greater part of the exercise durkwg the
cold weather period, and not to have
a rink means depriving a great num-
ber of students from participating in
a healthful sport that would other-
wise be theirs.
Furthermore it appears to me to be
highly inconsistent to adopt a policy
to induce students to participate in
out-of-dobr sports in summer and then
fail to make any attempt to get them
oht in winter when the inclination to
. stay indoors most of the time is so
great, and when inducements should
really be made.
Surely the expense would not be too
large, and as for sites, there are sev-
eral, any one of which would be suit-
able for such purposes.
SAMUEL. HIMELSTEIN, x'22.
CHAMBER SOCIETY PRESENTS
UNUSLUAL CONCERT PROGRAM
(Continued from Page One) L
The program as a' whole could not
have been better chosen, and bontain-
ed a .pleasing diversity in the music
of the three different centuries it rep-
resented. And 'with 11 artists playing
together .as one great artist, there
could be but one result.-
Let's have some more chamber mu-
,sic of the type offered by the New
York society even though we be com-
pelled as a result to suffer the loss of
a few questionable soloists!
Technic Staff Plans Banquet
Members of the',staff of the Technic
will hold a banquet at 6:30 o'clock
Wednesday night in room 316 of the
Michigan Union.
Patronize our Advertisers,-Adv.

REPORT PROGRESS IN CAMPAIGN
TO GET ATHLETIC MATERIAL
(Continued from Page One)
having as its purpose the betterment
of athletic conditions.

-~ for the
(Continued from Page One) influent
Promenade, Reed Bachman, chairman, gan. T
Lincoln Avery, John Perrin, Grace in nam
Hall, Harriet Woodworth. home tc,
Cap and Gown, Walter Riess, chair, letic co
man, George Earle, G. W. Froemke, Union.
Ruth Jennings, Dorothy Jones; Memo- The c
rial, Harry M. Carey, chairman, Mark plannin
Ehlbert, Harry Hause, Constance prises a
Hdpkins, Anna Kirkpatrick; Banquet, althoug
Leslie Popp, chairman,,Russell Barnes, made b
Nicholas Bartz, James R. Gabell; Pipe cal situ
and Cane, Matthew Towar, chairman,
Clark Bishop, Henry Caukins, David Class
Landis; Senior sing, William Bade, All m
chairman, E. S. Larsen, D. K. Mess- are invi
ner, Lawrence VanNess. held by

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Proofs of group photographs takefl of
University organizations for the
1920 Michiganensian must be approv-
ed and selected before Christmas
vacation as they are to be sent away
for engravings during the hglidays.
Members of the Upper Room Class,
and all receiving Upper Room bul-
letins are urged to call Ireland,
phone 2619, before Wednesday night,
on a matter of" urgent importance
and interest.
Mu Phi Epsilon is 'requested to send
in a complete list of names of mem-
bers to the Michiganensian offices.
Senior Glass representatives to the
Mibhiganensian must hard in com-
pleted class histories before Friday,
Dec. 19.
L. C. Smith, Corona,Multiplex Ham-
,Mond and other high grade second
Pand typewriters. 0. D. Morrill, 13
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Blossom Shop

All The Leading Books for the Holidays
Books to Suit Every Taste and Pui
1 - A Few of the Fal's Leading Books:
Wright. The Re-Creation of Brian Kent ....................... . $1
McCutcheon. Sherry............ .......... .............. 1
Diver. The Strong HoursL..... .. ...........1
Montgomery. Rainbow Valley .............................. 1
Maugham. The Moon and Sixpense........................... 1
Ashford. The Young Visitors...............................1,
DeMorgan. The Old Madhouse....................... . ..1
Morley. The Haunted Bookshop .............................. 1
Rinehart. Dangerous Days......... ......................1
'Rolland. Colas Breugnon ......................... .......
'Marshall. Sir Harry ...... ............................... 1.
Richards. Joan of Arc ...............1
Andrews. Joy in the Morning .............................1
Hill (Lutz). The Search....... 1
Worts. Peter the Brazen ...........................,.......... 1
Richmond. Red and Black......... ...... ............ 1
Bailey. The Tin Soldier...................................1.
Sinclair. Burned Bridges . ... ................................ 1
Williamson. The Lion's Mouse ................................ 1
Locke. Fai-Away Stories ..................................... 1
Mundy. The Ivory Trail ....................................... 1
Dawson. The Test of Scarlet .......................r.......... 1
Hueston. Leave It to Doris ................................... 1
Burt. The Branding Iron................................ 1
Oppenheim. The Box with Broken Seals ........................1
Curwood. The River's End .................................... 1
Christopher and Columbus .................................... 1
Whine. El Supremo............................... 1
Ibanez. Mare Nostrum . . ....... .. ........ ........... . 1
Gibbons. New Map of Asia.................................... 2
Turner. Ireland and England ................................. 3
Roosevelt's Letters to his Children .........P.................. 2
Thayars Roosevelt .... ..................................... 5.
Muir. Expansion of Europe .................................... 2
Beveridge. Life of John Marshall, vol. 3 and 4 .................10.
Whitlock. Belgium, 2 vols... ........................... 7.
Faris. Old Roads Out of Philadelphia...................... 4.
Hallay. The Spell of Alsace......................... ..... 3.
Bell. The Spell of China........................................3
Winter. The Russian Empire ................................. 3
Winter. Poland of Today.....................................3.
Burr Alaska ......... ................................. 4
Parker. An American Idyll ................ .............. 1
McMaster. The U. S. in the World War....................... 3

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When Mother Lets Us Series ............................
Bible Stories ............................................50
Stevenson. Child's Garden of Verses ..............b
Chatterbox ............ .......... . ...........
Jessie Wilcox Smith. Mother Goose......................
Boy Scout Year-Book .....................................
The Business Man's Calendar'............................
The Calendar of Friendship ...........................
The Calendar of Sunshine.................. ...
The Calendar of Cheer ......................'..............
The New Michigan Calendar..........................
Fine Selection of Christmas Cards.
Special prices on fine stationery, pocket-books,
goods, ink stands. Calendars of all styles.
Drop in and look over the best selected stock of I
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Special' discount to libraries and teachers.
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