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December 10, 1920 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1920-12-10

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COLLEGE
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WIT CONTEST OFFICILSINSPECT
HELO BY JUDGE' CITYMAIL SERYE

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GARGOYLE WILL HANDLE CON-
TRIBUTIONS OF LOCAL
STUDENTS

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or a blouse or some linenI
handkerchiefs, or some silk
underwear if she's a v e r y
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The Gargoyle has received a com-
nunication from Judge, the humorous
nagazine, announcing that another
ontest between the humorous publi-
ations of the different colleges of the
nited States will be conducted early
n 1921. In these . contests the best
f the wit and cartoons of each of the
ollege magazines entering is sent in
o the editors of Judge, who consider
she matter and award points to the
everal contestants.
The publication receiving the great-
st number of points is awarded first
rize, that having the best art con-
ribution, second prize, and that send-
Ing in the best piece of text takes
:hird place. The first prize is a large
ilver loving cup which must be won
hree times by a college to make its
ossession permanent. Last year Cor-
ell took the cup for the first time.
Cornell also won the second prize
which is a smaller loving cup, and
Dartmouth took third place.
Any P tudent of. the University who
ares to enter material in this contest
may do so by sending it to Howard
Weeks, editor of the Gargoyle, but
material sent in to Judge by individ-
uals will not be considered. At the
proper time all of Michigan's contri-
butions will be forwarded to the
editors of Judge by the Gargoyle.
After the contest is over, and the
winners have been announced, a spe-
cial number of Judge, containing the
best wit and cartoons received, will
be published.
Alpha N'n D ebates Elective Franchise
The question to be debated at th
regular meeting of Alpha Nu at 7:1"
o'clock Friday night is, "Resolved.
That all students in colleges, universi-
ies and.professional schools, between
he ages of 18 and 21, should be grant-
ed the full elective franchise." Details
of pre-holiday initiation will be dis-
cussed at dose of regular program.
Patronizo Daly advertisers.--Ady.

CONDITIONS FOUND SATISFAC-
TORY TO DATE, STATE
INSPECTORS
With the ultimate purpose of im-
proving the mail service in Ann Arbor,
the United States Postal department
has begun a thorough inspection of all
carrier routes in the city. Inspector
G. F. H. Birdseye, who with Inspectors
E. O. Howe and W. E. Shutler, has
charge of the work, has stated that
thus far conditions have been found
satisfactory. However, there is a lack
of cooperation on the part of some
people who fail -to erect mail boxes
where they are in easy reach of the
carrier.
In regard to this Inspector Birdseye
has made the following statement:
"While most of the residential pa-
trons have supplied either mail re-
ceptaclesor slots in their front doors,
yet there is a considerable number of
residences where neither has been
furnished. It will result in great
benefit to the service and more prompt
deliveries and collections if all patrons
will erect mail receptacles at the most
convenient place for delivery, prefer-
ably on the inside post of the porch
where tho box can be reached from
the steps. Boxes should be either of
sufficient size to hold magazines and
papers, or have a spring attachment
under which such mail can be placed.
Carriers are not allowed to throw
mail in hallways."
'WOODBURY ART COLLECTION
BEING PACKED FOR SHIPMENT
The Charles H. Woodbury art col-
lection which was exhibited at Alumni
Memorial hall during the month of
November is being packed preliminary
to shipment to Chicago where it will
be exhibited under the auspices of the
Chicago Art institute.
This exhibit of marine views was
shown here under the auspices of the
Ann Arbor Art association in coopera-
tion with Alumni Memorial hall offi-
cials. Several of the paintings and ink
sketches were sold while the exhibit
was being shown here.

are Always NCW
t A S YE sow ye shall reap." The store that paid
high prices for merchandise just a little while ago
must either get high prices now or hold a "sale"
to dispose of overstocks at so-called "reduced" prices-
prices reduced from the prices paid to manufacturers-
when manufacturers were asking much higher prices
than they do today. This store was buying lightly
then, and, in turn, sold quickly. We are buying lightly
now but we are paying the manufacturer's reduced
prices and therefore keeping stocks clean, fresh, new

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And Our Prices

Lower Than "Sale Prices"

Our business policy is to be ever ready with the
nqwest and best in tailoring and furnishings and to
show the latest -styles in each of the various lines.
This policy always keeps our prices so absolutely fair
and in tune with the times that men who care will
think of us when they think of value received for the
money spent.
The reason for all this is logical. Without stocks
that have been oer-long in the store we cannot hold
"Sales." Without having paid the old high prices we
cannot reduce the lowered prices that we are now Ray-
ing ourselves.

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Fine Tailoring

Fine Furnishings

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THE TURKISH
CIGARETTE

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Night Robes
Underwear
Hats & Caps
Bath Robes
Sport Coats

Pajamas
Shirts

Sweaters
Knit Vests

Suits

Overcoats

20% OFF

AV
Mrs. Fox was bragging one day about the large
number of her cubs.
How many cubs do you bring into the world at
one time?" she asked the LIONESS.
"Only ONE," replied the Lioness-"but it's a
LION."
MURADS COST 20 CENTS for*a BOX
of 10-BUT THEY'RE MURADS!
MURADS would be lower priced if we left out
all or part of the100 0 Turkish tobaccos of the purest
and best varieties grown-or if we substituted inferior
grades of Turkish tobacco.
But they wouldn't be MURADS--they d only be
Foxes!

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TOQUES $1.00

Wadhams & Co.
Two COMPLETE STORES

STATE STREET

MAIN STREET

"Juge for yourself-I"
_ rs the O & I Qwk fwih

Sp~ecia attention is cdlled
to marad os in Tn Sorts

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The University Avenue Branch c
Savings .Bank, as well as the Main (
for drawing Foreign Exchange direc
country in the world.
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