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Of Union
yes Decreased

Prom now on, henceforth and for
rest of the college year, dances at
3Union will be but 12 or 13 minutes'
length and this time limit includes
cores. Intermissions will be only
ee minutes. This will be absolute-
carried into effect literally, figura-
ely and every way, even though the
hestra leader has to hold a stop
tch, wave a red -lag, and hang out
t card announcing the new dance
aself..
Lately there has been m=ich criti-
m of the extended-35-minute dances
i the seven or eight-minute pauses
ween. "You're likely to lose your
1 half the evening if you risk trad-
dances," is commonly heard. And

again, "That girl was a p'oor dancer
and I was 'stuck' a half hour with
her," is a remark made almost as
often by the men of the women, as
vice versa.
"We are going back to the tradi-
tions of the Union," said Paul Eaton,
'21, president, yesterday. "The ma-_
jority who come to the dances to
widen their acquaintances, will no
longer havetto submit to the minority
of tea hounds who bring a girl to the
dance and pay no attention to any one
else all evening. The new policy of
short dances, and short intermissions
will be strictly enforced, beginning
immediately."
Printed programs will be distributed
Friday and Saturday evenings, the
former dance to have 15 numbers and
the latter only 12.
Paronize Daily Advertiers.-Adv.

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Of things Beautiful

OUR HOUSE IS

About $60 was dropped into the
mesh-covered iron kettles placed on
Main street by the Red Cross Satur-
day. This will be used for relief of
the poor on Christmas under Red
Cross direction. A tinkling bell rung
by a member of the society tells one
that he is approaching these recep-
tacles, which will be kept on the
streets till after the holidays.
The Morton-Cadwell murder case
was continued yesterday afternoon
after reading the court calendar in
the morning. The barber-nurse-stu-
dent case is to be called during this
term. About 55 jury cases will be
cared for this term.
Nearly 6,000 papers, averaging about
20 a day, relating solely to mortgages
and land transfers, passed through
the hands of Washtenaw county Reg-
ister of Deeds during the 12 months
from Oct. 1, 1919, to Oct. 1, 1920.
Harry Douglass, '90E, of the Wash-
tenaw Gas company, and Herbert Sil-
vester of the Detroit Edison Co., of
this city, stated thatthere should not
be any shortage of either gas or elec-
tric power this year as coal is plenti-
ful, and cars available to carry it here.
Underground cables are being laid
from the office of the Postal Telegraph
station on Huron street to the Ann Ar-
bor railway station. This cable is to
serve as a replacement and also as an
extension, for it will contain 24 trunk
line wires.
The telegraph office is also having
installed a long distance telephone
which will connect them with all the
Principal cities in the United States.
The unique feature connected with
this system is that it requires no cen-
tral to "plug in" as this is done by the
person using the phone. Though dis-
tinct from the Bell company, it is pos-
sible to connect with their phones.
For live progressive up-to-date ad.
vertising use The Michigan Daily.-
Adv.

NATIONAL SCHOOL WEEK
OBSERVED IN MICHIGAN
Detroit, Mich., Dec. 8.-National'
School week is being observed gen-
erally throughout the state.
The present week was set apart by
the United States commissioner of
education to focus the attention of the
public upon the condition of the public
schools and to awaken in all commu-
nities a greater interest in school ac-
tivities.
The week opened here Sunday with
sermons on school questions by many
pastors of the city. Trade clubs, wom-
en's organizations, labor unions and
all civic organizations are considering
educational problems. Thursday and
Friday have been set apart here as
days when parents will visit the
schools to study school activities and
to develop closer relations between
the school and home.

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Is the time to have Your Rooms Dec-
orated or floors refinished or polished.
This can be done while you are away,
thus avoiding all confusion. Reserve
time NOW

Gifts Suitable to all Givers

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AUDITORIUM
YPSILANTI,
MNHIGAN

DECEMBER
NINTH,
THURSDAY
EVENING

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Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.

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

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The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $625.000.00
Resources .........$5,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.
CHRISTMAS
WILL BE HERE
IN THREE WEEKS
Your thoughts are already turn-
ing towards those Yuletide fes-
tivities to come.
But will you be able to partici-
pate inhthem? When the even-
ing lights are glowing and all
are making merry, will you be
able to sing and dance with the
rest? Or must you sit idly by,
watching the others enjoy them-
selves?
I can't teach you to sing, but, I
will guarantee to teach you to
dance perfectly by Xmas, if you
see me at once.

"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.
You are interested in Music when it is presented to you in
the GRAVEURE way-
MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS EARLY
TICKETS ON SALE AT MRS. ROOT'S MUSIC STORE
1, 520 East William Street
50--75e-$1.00 and $1.50-All Seats Reserved
Special cars will leave Interurban Waiting Room at 7:45

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H.ALSEY'
STUDIOS
Hours: 1-5 - 7-10
Wuerth Arcade - Ann

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Select Your Xmas Gifts Early
A LARGE ASSORTMENT at
DARLING &5YALLEAUX

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7 Nickels Arcade

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