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Of Interest to University Women

No Holiday Rush
Expec ted At T'he
Nickle Emporium
There will be no Christmas rush at
the five' and ten cent stores this year.

troubles, they wouldn't tell the rem-
edy for them, then occurred to one of
the thinkers.x
Directly the whole thing got rather
complicated. Socialistic, bolshevis-
tic, anarchistic, ideas began to formu-
late themselves in the minds of the
"brooders." In a case like that the
only emedy ' was that "gorgeous
movie' 'at the Maj.

.loom Vanishes
At League Party
Despite the dismal grayness of thg
eather on Thanksgiving day, gloom
as completely banished from Bar-
our gymnasium while the Women's
ague was giving its first big Thanks-
Ling party. After the singing of a
umber of Michigan songs by the
udience, a program of clever stunts
as presented.
Right before everybody's eyes Dr,
ill'em and his nurse performed a
onderful cure, the secret of which,
ere it only known to the medical
rofession would bring it wealth un-
ld. A rather plump young lady
ithout so much as a weight-reduc-
g exercise or abstinence from a sin-
e sundae, was reduced to slim and
rlph-like proportions in one treat-
ent. Another girl of the "My love
like a yard of tape" variety gained
pidly under the very came treat-
ent, and was soon of dimensions
at would have delighted the heart of

an Ann Arbor. boarding house keeper.
Musical numbers by Margaret Col-
cord, '21, and Lavisa Young, '21, were
followed by an impersonation of Gal-
li-Curci by Esther Wheeler, '21.
Theodosia Burton, '23, megaphone
in hind, directed the circle two-steps
and marches,'which were features of
the dance in the gymnasium. Several
tables' of cards were started in the
Wo'en's league, rooms, which were
decorated for the occasion with
streamers of maize and blue. Ruth
Deemer, '22, was in charge of the
party.
League Dancing Classes Postponed
Dancing classes to be given under
the auspices of the Women's league,
with W. J. Ryan, of Detroit, instruct-
or, will not start today, as previously
announced. Lists of women from va-
rious houses on the campus have not
been completed and announcement
will be made later, when plans have
been matured, concerning time and
,place for the lessons.
Read The Michigan Daily advertee-

Good Writers for Every #
Student
Eversharp Pencils
Sheaffer Fountain Pens
Sharp Point Pencils
THE EBERBACH & SON CO.
200 - 204 EAST UBERTY STREET

flany Unclaimed
Articles Remarin
Without Owners
"Have you lost anything?" A great
many people find things and turn
them in to the lost and found depart-
ment of the secretary's office, but few
people seem to look there for their
lost articles, is the belief in that de-
partiment.
Articles of ranging value are pick-
ed up around the campus, and in the
buildings, and after every event such
as "pep" meetings, or class games,
there is always a considerable num-
ber of things turned in. Following
the Chicago "pep" meeting, five Ever-
sharps were turned in, along with
eight fountain pens of varying manu-
facture. For the most part all these
objects have no marks of identlfica-
tiWn.
Duplicate Slip Made
When the article found is brought
in, Mrs. Smith, who has charge of
the department, makes out a dupli-
cate slip, pinning one to the article
and handing the other to the person
finding it. Then if the object is not
called for at the end of the 60-day
period this person is entitled to it.
This is the janitor in about three-
fourths of the cases.
The collection from the fall games
brought in caps innumerable, one or
two toques, two cloth coats and one
leather coat. From the football game
were brought umbrellas and rubbers,
plus several sweaters of nondescript
colors.
"Write your name in your books"
Is the suggestion of the department,
as quite a number have accumulated
with no mark of identifleation what-
ever, and it is impossible to notify the
owner.
Gloves there are in quantity, despite
the colder weather, together with
scarfs. Then too, the women succeed
in losing even hair nets. As for belts,
rings, knives, even railroad tickets,
powder puffs, gymnasium checks,
buckles, University receipts, Union
buttons, cuff links, spectacle cases,
they are too numerous to count. Some-
times purses are found with money
in them but no cards or names. An
excellent set of drawing instruments
was picked up in the Engineering
building just a few days ago with nd
name on it whatever.
Panama Hat in Collection
Keys and key rings exist in quant-
ity rivaling the collection of any sec-
ond-stor'y worker. Among the collec-
tion of hats, is a panama which will
undoubtedly remain till summer, since
the department has installed a special
closet in which to store wearing ap-
parel. Even furs have been in the
collection but were called for. Then
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dence of the disease among our citi-
zens to a great extent," says Dr.
Rich, "for in childen tuberculosis
develops rapidly and the chaices for
an infected child to transmit the dis-
ease to others are very high.
Aid in Battle
3"Thus the battle against the great
white plague is being waged not only
by the anti-tuberculosis societies and
the State Department of Health, but
by the Bureau of Animal Industry, by
the constantly' growing number of
farmers who employ the tuberculin
test to cull their herds of tubercular
cattle, and by dairies and by cities
which enforce ordinances requiring
, the pasteurization of milk."

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College Notes

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LOST

AND FOUND

5T-Lady's Gold Watch. Will the
ap that found a lady's gold watch
lease notify address below and re-
eive reward. W. Braybrooks, 522
onroe. Phone 2612-J. 46-1
IT-Plain gold cuff button with
nall diamond set. Near left bal-
my stairs, Majestic theater, Wed.
ght. Finder call M. C. Hawkins.
'one 964-MI. 46-2
T--Black pocket wallet. ;In Eng-
eering Bldg. or between there and
ill St. Valuable to me. Reward.
amsdell at 1066-J. 45-2
IT-Rhetoric theme, Tuesday aft-
mnoon. Finder is requested to leave
aper at office of Secretary Smith or
0 Linden St. 45-2
IT--On Thanksgiving a Delta Gam-
a pin bearing owner's name, Louise
appes. Please return to 632 Oak-
nd Ave. Reward. 46-2
T -- Black umbrella with ring
andle. Was left in Room 210 of the
brary. Daily Box B. D. 45-2
T - An Aristolochite badge be-
reen the Chemistry building and
4 Hill. Call 2372. 46-2

WANTED
WANTED-- Student to share double
room at 25 S. Division. Price $3.50
per week. Call 1565-J. 46-6
WANTED - Roommate. Room two
squares from Campus. 'Phone 2059.
46-2
WANTED--Single room, Oithin four
blocks of campus. Call Barrett.
Phone 1188.. 46-2
FOR RENT
FOR RENT - Good Knabe Upright
Piano, $4.00 per month. Phone
1700. 46-1
FOR RENT-- Single room at 506 E.
Jefferson. Phone 516-M. 44-3

Regular schedules for basketball
practice are as follows: Sophomores
at 5 o'clock on Mondays; juniors and
seniors at 5 o'clock on Tuesdays;
freshmen at 2 and'3 o'clock on Wed-
nesdays.
There will be a meeting of the cast
for "The Greatest Gift," at 4 o'clock
Monday afternoon in Barbour gymnas-
ium.
Dean Myra B. Jordan will be at
home to University women from 3:30
to 5:30 every Tuesday afternoon at
her residence at 1215 Hill street.
University Nurses
.Attend Reunion
The Vassar training camp for nurs-
es, at which several girls on the Un-
iversity hospital staff were present, is
holding its first reunion at Vassar
college during this week end. The
girls from the University hospital, who
attended are Miss Mary Welch, sup-
erintendent of nurses at the hospital,
Hazel Atwood, Alberta Chase, Nan
Halbert, Rosamond Praegar, and Mag-
na Tillatson.
This camp was held during the sum-
mer 'of 1918 at Vassar college. Prof.
Herbert Mills of the economics depart-
ment of Vassar, was dean of the camp.
The enrollment totaled 450. These
girls represented 100 different colleges
located in every state in the Union.
Now is the time to order your PER-
SONAL CHRISTMAS CARDS. Engrav-
Ing and Embossing. O. D. Morrill, 17
Nickel's Aarcade.-Adv.

IM~T AND &OUlND

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LOST - Gray kid gauntlet glove for
right hand. Around campus. Re-,
turn to Daily Office. Box B. E. 46-3
LOST-Pair of grey kid, wool-lined
gloves. Week ago. Call 2226-M. 46-3
UKMCELLANEOUS
WILL THE person who found gold
Eversharp, name engraved, at Sped-
ding's Nov. 16, please return same
to Betsy Barbour House. 45-2

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