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December 19, 1919 - Image 4

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-12-19

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-s were, elected: pre
rcop, '22E, of No
esideiit, A. B. Cam:
,tana; secretary, G.
of Oregon1; treasure
'21.E, of Wyomin
held every two week
ig being planned fi

es Columbus, 0., Dec. 18.-.-"Chic" Hjar-
lon ley, sensational A4l-American half-
'e back on the Ohio State university foot-
es- ball team for three years, may play
ew professional baseball next, summer.
1p- Harley, it is said, will be offered an
F. outfield position in the Columbus~
'er, American association team. Mvanager
ng. B~obby Quinn, of the St. Louis Ameri-
ks, cans; recently announced that Harley
for could have a tryout witl hii team next
suimmer, if he desired.
tes "Chic" has not decided whether he
of will play professional baseball. He
Ing has announced, however, that he willj
benot play professional~ football, al-
er though he has had several temptingj
Ing~ offers of $500 for a game.
ves
et- For Camupus news read the Mich-
igan Daily.-Adv.f

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AFTER YOU HAVE SPENT'

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11 the Western stat
mb1ership. A list
m the West is beil
use students will
organization, office
of interest are bel:
xecuives. who nur

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MERRY

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consider the
.tend the nex

CHRISTMAS.

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«AT HOME, BEGIN

A HAPPY
NEWYEA]

Fellowship -in college or
out of it.-flourishes best
with good food and whole,-

some drink,

Ice-cola

Bevo -unexcelled among
beverages. in purity and
healthfulness-is most
satisfying as a ;drink by
itself - ,cr ~relish with

In Ann Arbor by

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makes

a hap..

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ANHEUSER-.BUSCH, ST LOUIS

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The

It must be"
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Ann

Arbor.

Sakings

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Chris tmas Gifts for men it is always advisable to purchase
glue to him. Whiy make a purchase of something that he
away in a forgotten drawer and never- wear. We are in a
knowledge of -What the men want and will appreciate.

Main Offi ce
NORTHWEST 'CORNER

'OCI( IS OP[N FOR Y~OUR INSPECTION
of the many items we know mhen are interested in

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Knit
Silks

)1 and
and Fa
,Links

A Silks................$ 2.50to
tted Ties ......... 1.00 to
. . . . . . . . . . . . . 1.50 to
.I.. . . .. . . . . ... O100to
... .. . .. . .. 600 to
.2.25 to
Silks..................50t
ancy . .................. 4!00 to
s and Vest Buttons....... 1.50 to
Bluckles ..........1.50 to
. . . . . . . . . . . ...20.00 to
. ... 10.00
.... ... ... .... ... ... 4.00 to
..... .... . ..2.00 to

10.00
8.00
12.50
5.00
2.50
12.00
S.A
6.50
80.00

~MAIN.,,,& HURON

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Branch Office
707 NORTH UNIVERSI[TY

9.00
4.50

a

ke him a present of a suit of
NE-BUTTON-he will wear no other 2.50 to 7.00
t a few of the many suggestions we have to offer.
Gifts of $1.00 and over individually boxed

AVENUE~

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£r COMPYANY

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