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Christmas Vacation

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STUDENTS MUST APPLY
FOR POSTAL JOBS NOW
LOCAL POSTMASTER WILL GIVE.
BLANKS FOR M. C. TERMINAL
POSITIONS TODAY

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Students who are obliged to work
uring vacation and wish to do post-
,lee work at the Terminal of the De-
oit Michigan Central depot must se-
ure their application blanks at the
cal postofflce this morning between
:30 and 10 o'clock, according to an
nnouncement by Mr. H. J. Abbott, the
nn Arbor postmaster. Those who
ish to work in the Detroit postofilce
hould make application direct to the
ostmaster there, but no assurance
hat they will be accepted can be
ade.
Only 15 Positions

NEW AUTOMOBILE LICENSES
APPEAR IN ANN ARBOR
New automobile licenses are being
issued throughout the state and sev-
eral of the new numbers have made
their appearance in Ann Arbor with-
in the last few days.
The 1921 number tags are exactly
like those of last year except for the
change in the color scheme. The new
numbers are white on black as con-
trasted with black on orange as was
the case last year.
All fafcy numbers under six digits
have already been issued so there is
no longer a chance to secure any of
the so-called lucky numbers as 1, 13,
or 23.
1111 M=i

PITTSBURGH CONFERENCE ing the universities composing the
ALUMNI PLAN BIG JAMBOREE "Big 10," will stage the annual "Jam-
boree" in the Fort Pitt hotel at Pitts-
The Western Conference Alumni burgh, Saturday, Dec. 11, at 8 o'clock
Association of Pittsburgh, represent- p. m.
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NOW is the time to order
your

Marshall ,Field
Chicago's Mierchant Prince

"Quick turn-overs mean small left-overs." The re-
mark was urged because he desired to impress the
managers of departments in his great Chicago store
that to buy in small quantities was wise, if the store's
stocks were to be always clean, fresh, new and sold
with the least possible delay. "Old styles eventually
reach the bargain counter and must be sold at bargain
prices." And that is why here, in this store,

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Is the time to have Your Rooms Dec-
orated or floors refinished or polished.

This can be done while you
thus avoiding all confusion.
time NOW

are away,
Reserve,

"We expected to be able to place
the usual number of students in these
places this year, but owing to the
labor situation in Detroit it is more
advisable for them to employ local
men," said Mr. Abbott. "Therefore we
have only 15 application blanks where
in former years we have had as many
as 175."
The postmaster says that on account
of the 'scarcity of these positions only
those whose financial condition makes
it absolutely necessary for them to
work during the holidays to remain in
school should apply. "Furthermore,"
he added, "no one who will not be able
to start by Dec. 19 should consider
himself an applicant. In case one has
classes after this date he should con-
fer with the Dean of his department
for special permission to do this
work."

PERSONAL
CHRISTMAS
GREETING
CARDS
while our assortment
complete
ENGRAVING &
EMBOSSING

WE Do NOT HOLD "SALES"

But Often Sell Below

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"Sale Prices~

Call 353-Fl

Oswald A. Herz

112 w. Washington

a specialty. In ordering
from us you get the serv-
ices of some of the most
exclusive Engraving and
Stationery houses in the
Middle West.

We never get over-stocked because we buy our mer-
chandise in small quantities. Goods are always spic-
span new and in correct, up-to-the-minute styles. That.
is why, too, from day to day, prices show the savings
we make by securing from the makers their greatly
reduced prices which now prevail. The maker's prices
prevailing in the past, when "Sale Stores" over-stocked
themselves must, per-force, be lowered-but not here
because we never over-stock.
Marshall Field was right and his words still ring
true--"quick turn-overs mean small left-overs.

Night Robes
Underwear
Hats & Caps
Bath Robes
Sport Coats

Paj amas
Shirts

Should Not Miss Classes
Mr. Abbott said that no one should
miss a class in order to be present this
morning, but should secure a friend
who has vacant periods to go in his
stead. If, before the postmaster's
door opens at 8:30 o'clock there are
more applying than there are number
of blanks, the applicants should de-
cide among themselves who are to re-
ceive the forms.

Sweaters
Knit Vests

Printing and imitation of
Engraving can be furnish-
ed if desired.
O. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade

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Suits

Fine Tailoring

Fine Furnishings

Overcoats

20 OFF

TOQUES $1.00

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TWO COMPLETE STORES

STATE STREET

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TO YPSILANTI,-THURSDAY EVENING, DE-
CEMBER 9TH, TO GIVE A CONCERT IN

PEASE AUDITORIUM

"Mr. Graveure is a master vocalist, the possessor of a voice of
exceptionally velvety and lovely quality, which he uses with an art
that is as remarkable as it is rare. His diction in English, French
and Italian is beyond praise, and his grasp of musical style is com-
plete. ,He is the greatest interpreter of song before the PUBLIC
today.

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interested in Music when it is presented to YQL in
the GRAVEUR Pay

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MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY
TICKETS ON SALE AT MRS. ROOT'S MUSIC STORE
620 East William Street
50e-75e-$1.00 and $1.60-All Seats Reserved
Special cars will leave Interurban Waiting Room at 7:46
Eastern Standard Time

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