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SUGAR BOWL
HOME MADE CANDY
ABSOLUTELY CLEAN
BEST LINE IN THE CITY
EVERYTHING
MADE IN ANN ARBOR
LIGHT LUNCHES
ANN ARBOR
SUGAR BOWL

PHONE 166
TRUBEY
218 SOUTH MAIN
QUALITY ICE CREAM

13rains Scarcer
Now In Colleges

OFFICE ISSUES FOUR TIMES
NORMAL NURBER PASSPORTS

Caters to Fraternities and
Sororities

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DOW SHADES

PICTURE FRAMING

Student Headquarters
We carry complete stocks of "Brighten-Up" finishes in small size
tans for all "touchlup' jobs around the house.

PAINTS
ENAMELS

VARNISHES

BRUSHES

WALL PAPER

KALCII XS

STAINS

GLASS

L. E. WENZEL
Painting and Decorating

PHONE 84

207 EAST LIBERTY ST.

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St. Louis, Dec. 10.--The average in-
telligence of college students is lower
than that which prevailed years ago,
according to theannual report of Dr.
Frederick A. Hall, chancellor of Wash-'
ington university.
This conclusion, the report explains,
coincides with that of authorities in
other educational institutions, as as-
certained through correspondence.
The number of college students has
been increasing steadily, the report
states.
"If the present growth of numbers
is indicative of what may be expected
in the near future," continues the re-
port, "the colleges will have to watch
carefully in order to prevent turning1
out a low er type of graduate than that
which has characterized colleges
hitherto.
"It is only fair to say that, so far
as I can learn from the faculty, it is
thought that the work of the student
body has not this year been as good
as that of previous years; that con-
trary to the people's expectations that
the young would be more purposeful
and earnest by reason of war experi-
ence; they seem to be less inclined to
serious labor, and that an unusual pro-
portion of students had to be drop-
ped because of the inferior quality of
their work."
The report asserts that until two
years ago the proportional increase by
women in the college section of the
university was gaining notably in the
proportional increase in the number
of men, but that in the last two years
the proportional increase by men has
been greater. Men, the report adds,
usually are reluctant to continue in
classes in-which they are outnumber-
ed by women.
Adelphl Banquet to Be Held De. 14
The annual banquet of the Adelphi
House of Representatives will be, held
Tuegday, Dec. 14, in the Michigan
Union at 6:30 p. m. Any of the mem-
bers who were absent from the regu-
lar meeting Dec. 8 should notify
Speaker L. Grubaugh of their wish to
attend.
At the regular meeting on Dec. 8 a
short session of parliamentary drill
was followed by a debate on the bill:
Resolved, That the Adelphi House of
Representatives go on record as favor-
tng the extention of racial equality to
the Japanese within the United States
orwishing to enter the United States.
The negative side was awarded the
decision.

HOW DO THEY DO IT?

Detroit, Dec. 10.-- Approximately
four times as many passports have
been 1iubd here to persons desiring
to visit foreign countries during 1920
as in 1919, according to the clerk of
the federal offices.
The demand for passports has been
steady since the first of the year, due
it is explained, to the fact that many
persons of foreign birth were denied
the opportunity of visiting their home
lands during the war.
The greater number of passports
are issued to persons desiring to visit
Italy and Belgium. Visitors to Great
Britain rank third in number. A fewt
are issued to Poland. The number of

Member of the.Federal Resefve System.

101-108 So. Main St.

30 So. State St., (Nickels Arcade)

THE BA NK OF SERVICE
Commercial Banking in all its Branches.
Savings Department and Safety Deposit Vaults.
Exchange on All Parts of the World.
A. B. A. Travelers' Checks.
FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK

You will wonder too
How we can give you such
Good looking all wool
Tailored to measure Clothes
At such a reasonable price.
There's no secret about our
Low prices.
We only want to make a
Reasonable profit-you'll admit
That's perfectly fair.
If you are interested in
Saving money on your new Suit
And Overcoat, here's your chance.

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passports issued this year have aver-
aged about eight a day.
No passports are required to visitIIII IIIIIIII l III IIIIfiIIIiINIIII I t
Canada, although an identification -
card often is demanded by Canadian -INGERLE'S
authorities. -
The federal office here is issuing no
passports to countries with which the C
United States still is technically at!=
war. -_STATE STREET at the CAMPUS
Oldest Woman Hears From Harding
Boston, Dec. 10.-Miss Annie StoneII II II III III
102 years of age, who celebrated the
woman suffrage victory by voting for-
Senator Harding, has received a note
of appreciation from the President- ETry a .I. Cei.cious
elect's secretary thanking her for her
interest in public affairs. Word of the
centenarian's going to the polls
reached Senator Harding's officer - oakeu.A p le
through a newspaper clipping sent by
an admirer of Miss Stone.
The letter froze Charles E. Hard,
assistant secretary, said: "While 'the
senator is on his way to the Canal
Zone and has not yet been advised of -
this circumstance, I know he would W ith C rea -
desire me to write you and thank you C rbeam
most cordially in his name. He would
feel it a great compliment indeed to = =
know that you are so much interested Our Special Blend of Cof fee
in public affairs and have such a cor-
dial feeling for the Republican party." a
or ersey Milk 5c
Lansing Preparing For Legislature
Lansing, Mich., Dec. 1.-Lansing
is preparing to receive the 1921 legis-
lature. Local hotels, lodging houses
and other places of business patron-
!zed by the lawmakers are making
ready to receive the guests. Some -
of the legislators may stop in private
homes.tatuneafetc na
In the state capitol building the
House and Senate chambers are .
ready for the session. The House Up The Stairs
chamber has been used recently for -
hearings of the railroad commission C. J. FINGERLE NICKELS ARCADE
and other bodies. I lllltilI1111II1ItII11I I111III11111111iillllIlIII1IlIllllil #

ALL-WOOL TAILORED SUITS AND OVERCOATS
$50 AND UP

J. KARL MALCOLM
" LIBERTY AT MAYNARD

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J. L. CHAPMAN
JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST
Che Store of Reliability & Satisfaction
113 South Main Street
NN ARBOR, - - MICHIGAN
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
85 CENTS
CHINESE and AMERICAN Style
Short Orders
Quang Tun Lo
615 . Liberty St

SPECIAL ENTER TAINMEN I
HILL AUDITORIUM
Tuesday Dec. 14 Only

T ' TURKISH
CIGARETTE

.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
pnced if we left out all or part of
the 100% 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 Foxesl
"Judge for Yourself-!"
We call special attention
to Murad 20s in Tin Boxes

Mkers of the 1tac t d9Tuii
and Egqptdan Cgo*s in Me I M

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