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TUTTLE'S
LUNCH ROOM
Crowded every meal
BUT
Room for All Oui
Last years customers
One half block South
of "MAJ"

Ready to Serve
AT ANY TIME
Open from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Pot of hot tea and bowl of rice
PLAIN CHOP SUEY
35 CENTS
CHINESE and AMERICAN Style
Short Orders
Quang Tung Lo
613 E. LIbertSt

Students Li

11 1

409 Jeffson

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High Class Food
Open 6 a.m. Close 11 p.m

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Vacation

Starts the 21st

FASHION PARADE, A SCENE WITH THE FANCHON AND MARCO "SATIRES OF 1920," AT THE WHIT-
NEY THEATRE SUNDAY NIGHT, DEC. 5.

Pay sB rief Visit
(By MI. . i.)
hen the, 9:43 from Chicago pulled'
the Michigan Central station yes-
Ay morning, probably the most
trious passenger, ito alight was
ckland W. Gilliland whose fame
h'umorist and journalist is inter-
oal. Mr. Gillilan had lectured -in
Illinois metropolis Tuesday night
'A Sample Case of Humor," and
pea here to visit an intimate
ad, Webb Clanr, '23L, a co-wor~er
. him during the summer of 1919.
Entertains Oratory Class
ven though the humorist was here
two hours, he found time to visit
essor Trueblood, of the oratory
3,rtment, and entertain his class in
eat Orators" fo'r the entire period,
humorous anecdotes.
trick," as he is familiarly known,
lways been a staunch Democrat.
when his intimate friend, Warren
larding, was running for the Re-
lican nomination, he supported him

with several magazine articles. Then!
when Harding was finally nominated
and elected, Mr." Gillilan "turned Re
publican" and telegraphed to the pres-
ident-elect: "Congratulations, from
your etaunch Republican supporter."
Lectures In Milan
Mr. CNllilan left Ann Arbor yester-
day mnorning for Milan where he lec-
tured last night on "Sunshine and
Awkwardness."
Campus, Chess
Expert Prai2es
Polish Wonder
"I'll have to take off my hat to that
boy, anybody that can beat the ex-
perts of West Point, is some player."
Such is the opinion of W. H. Yeatman,
instructor of woodshop practice and
chess expert of the campus, about
Samuel Rzeschowski, the eight-year-
old Polish chess champion. Those
Who know Mr. Yeatman will remem-
ber that he is a player of no little re-
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"EAT AT THE CASTLE"
Cor. Hill and State
STRICTLY HOME-COOKED
MEALS
$5.50 MEAL TICKET
FOR $5.00
REGULAR BOARDERS
$7.00 PER WEEK,
SPAI DIN
" Athletic
Equipment
For Every
ndoor
Outdoor
Sport
Catalogue on. request
A. G SPALDING & BROS.
211 S. State St., Chicago, Iii.

DEL GRENNAN

CUSTOM TAILOR

Satisfaction

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Tuxedoes

Evening Clothes
Golf Suits

White Flannel Ves
Riding Breeches
Knickers

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Place Your Orders Now for Christmas Delivery

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Hardware Comfpally

14 Nickels Arcade

Telephone 152-R

3084012 South Main Street

A Store of Individuaf Shops

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\LY 20 MQRE SHOPPINGDAYS BEFORE CHRISTMAS.
TE STORE OF USEFUL
CHRISTMAS GIFTS

says petty utterfly

WITH LOWER 1921 PRICES IN EFFECT

Surprise

Her- with a Set

of Pyrex Glass

Bakng

Ware

right now, in the heart of the Christmas season. This is the Store to buy Gifts and Toys at

The Most Appropriate Compli-

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the Lowest Prices. Beautiful Lasting Gifts.

ment at a Formal Dance

TRAYS

NUT BOWLS

OKERS' STANDS
KER ,SETS

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FIRE LIGHTERS
HEARTH BRUSHES

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BRASS GOODS

AML

ATER SETS
NNER GONGS
WtL BOXES
I K SETS
LNDLES
SAYS
LYCHROME CANDLE
STICKS
OD FAIRY
OK ENDS,
EDICINE SETS=
[NE SETS
ASS WARE
PANESE GOODS
LAD SETS

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BREAD TRAYS
CHAFING DISHES
FOOD CHOPPERS
NUT BOWLS
BAKING DISHES
CASSEROLES
PYREX
LUNCH BOXES
AUTO LUNCH KITS
PASTRY TABLES
BREAD MIXERS
ROASTERS
CARVING SETS
COFFEE URNS
TOASTERS

CORSAGE

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GRILLS
IRONS

Orchids,

Sweet

Peas,.

Lily of .the Valley,

PERCOLATORS
CURLING IRONS
TABLE LAMPS

Violets

or Roses

HEAT-PADS

Our Bright and Merry Toyland
Here is where the Kiddies are made happy-Mysto Magic, Mechanical Toys, Stuffed and
Wooden Toys, Skates, Sleds, Dolls, Tools, Games, Books, Checkers, Dominoes, India, Ring
Toss, Serving Sets, Stencils, Automobiles, Doll Cabs, Easels, Blackboards, Doll Furniture, Kid-
die Kars, Typewriters, Mirroscopes, Moving Picture Machines, Trains, Aeroplanes, Drums,
Horns, Puzzles, Maps, Coon-Jigger, Boxers, Milk Wagons, Trucks, Long Tom Guns, Soldiers,
Rook, Pit, Rumy, Yes or No, J ck Straws, Tiddle Winks, Fortune Teller.

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