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Christmas Gifts Suggestions
Strings of Pearls 18 to 30 inches
Priced at $10.00 to $40.00.
Ladies Wrist Watches $15 to $75.
Schlanderer & Seyfled
113 E. Liberty Street
Ann Arbor Michigan

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' My D aiy Lunch':
SOur food is the best
Our prices are right
HOURS
7 A.M. TOIP. M.
5 P. M.,TO 7 P. M.
SUNDAYS
8 A.M. TO 7:30 P.M.
512 EAST WILLIAM STREET
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Of Interest to University Women

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ALUMNAE HOUSE TO SEND Collee V te RECENT UNIVERSITY RED
PICTURES TO GRADUATES CROSS CAMPAIGN SUCCESS
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Pictures and reports of activities Chaperones for dances tonight will According to final reports, 1,300'
at Alumnae house will be sent as a be as follows: Miss Martha Hills at men and 900 women of the Univer-
Christmas greeting to every organiz- the Union, and Mrs. Water Sherman sity joined the Red Cross during their

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ed group of Michigan women. The
board of governors of that institution
has decided that this form of greet-!
ing will be a pleasant change from!
the communication asking for funds
that is usually sent to these organi-
zations.
College Exchanges
Cincinnati - The Honor System,
as drawn up by the Woman's league
at the University of Cincinnati, was
voted down at a meeting of the Stu-
dent council. It was discussed from
various points of view. Those oppos-
ed, however, finally won out. The
strongest opposition came from the
engineering and medical students.
Colorado-The f.reshmen at Colo-
rado State college have a habit of
breaking off back porches, stealing
brooms, and various other household
articles with which to build bonfires
for rallies. Gitizens are now demand-I
ing that they be paid for the dam-
age. School aunthorities are backing
the city and it is probable that the
sum will total about $40.
Kansas-The University of Kansas
was elected president of the Associa-
tion of American Universities, at the
twenty-second annual conference on*
Nov. 17 and 19 in New York. The
university did not have a representa-
tive at the conference. Northwestern
was elected vice-president and the
University of Chicago secretary. The
heads of these universities act as rep-
resentatives and ofilcers of the organ-
ization. The next meeting of the or-
ganization will be held next fall at
Columbia, Mo.
Grinnell-It is estimated that the
committee at Grinnell which recom-
mends graduates and undergraduates
for teaching positions saves prospec-
tive Grinnell teachers $6,000 which
would otherwise go to agencies.
Wisconsin-The department of pub-
lic speaking at the University of Wis-
consin is no longer so called. The
board of regents has decided that it
shall be called the "department of
speech." The name, public speaking,
has been too narrow to be an accu-
rate label for the department.
CHEMICAL SOCIETY WILL TAKE
IN SEVEN AFTER VACATION
Phi Lambda Upsilon, the honorary
chemical society of the University,
will admit seven men to membership
at the initiation Friday, Jan. 7. These
men are: M. A. Dixon, '22E; R. A.
Nugent, '22E; G. R. Strimbeck, '22E;
E. M. Tucker, '22E; E. K. Bacon,
'21; A. G. Aitchison, 119, and W. R.
Hickler, '19.
Read Tho Dal for Campus News.

with Mrs. H. W. Cake at the Armory.!
Senior society will meet at 7:15
o'clock Monday night at Helen New-
berry residence.
Stylus will hold its regular meet-
ing at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday night at
the Chi Omega house.
Cover designs for the program of
the Junior Girls' play must be sent
to Harriet Gustin, '22, 1520 South Un-
iversity avenue, before Dec. 17. Lyrics
are due on the same date so that the
girls can work on the music during
vacation.
This will be the last week to enter
the elective course in gymnasium
work.
The freshman spread committee
wishes to urge that no flowers -be
worn at the Spread and that no taxis
be used except in the case of stormy
weather.
Freshmen whose escorts for the
freshman Spread have not called them1
should call Cara Murbach, '23, 2676,
at once.
All sophomore girls who possibly
can are asked to help decorate for the
freshman Spread after 9 o'clock this
morning or during the afternoon
in Barbour gymnasium.
Envelopes for ticket remittances for
the minstrel show of the Glee and
Mandolin club have been distributed!
to the various sororities and dormi-
tories. All applications for seats
should be received at the Union be-
fore Friday night. Extra envelopes
may be secured by calling at Dean
Myra B. Jordan's office in Barbour
gymnasium.
Members of the freshman Spread
committee will meet at 7 o'clock Sat-
urday night at Barbour gymnasium.
Upperclassmen who would be inter-
ested in having a class formed for
advanced gymnasium work are re-
quested to sign up on the bulletin
board in Barbour gymnasium.
Upperclassmen should plan to meet
freshmen for dances at the freshman
Roread under the initial of the fresh-
man's last name. Letters will be
posted all around the gymnasium forl
this purpose.
GIRLS ATTENTION! , Rainwater
shampoos, marcel waving, manicur-
ing, face and scalp treatment. Wigs
for rent at Mrs. J. R., Trojanowski's.
1110 S. University, side entrance.
Phone 696-W.-Adv.
New is the time to order your PER-
SONAL CHRISTMAS CARDS. Engrav-
ing and Embossing. 0. D. Morrill, 17
Nickel's Aarcade.-Adv.
Pa ronize Daily Advertiers.-Adv.

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GREETING
CARDS.
AND FANCY
CHRISTMAS
STATIONERY
20%/ OFF

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recent campaign for new member-
ships. Miss Marguerite Reynolds,
secretary of the local branch of the
organization, stated that the cam-
paign was a huge success taking into
consideration the fact that it came
at a time when the campus had al-
ready been "driven to death."
Blanks have been received at the
Red Cross office, in the McCormick
building, which are to be filled out
by those men who were in the navy
or naval- reserve and are eligible to
receive the "Victory Medal." They
may be obtained any afternoon from
4 to 6 o'clock.

409 Jefferson

High Class Food

0. D. MORRILL
17 Nickels Arcade

Open 6 a.m. Close 11 p.m

..SPECIAL SALE U. S. ARMY WOOL BLANKETS..

DAILY WILL ISSUE
DIRECTORY SUPPLEMENT
The Michigan Daily, following
its usual custom, will compile a
supplement to the official Stu-
dents' Directory, for the benefit
of those students who enrolled
late in +he University, and to
correct unavoidable errors and
6hanges in the regular edition.
Name, class, Ann Arbor ad-
dress, home town, and Ann Ar-
bor phone number, in the order
named, should be placed on a
one cent post card and mailed
to the Directory Editor, The
Daily, Press building, City..3
Gilbert's and Martha Washington
candies for Xmas. Packed for mail-
ing. Tice's Drug Store, 117 S. Main
St.-Adv.
Paronize Daily Advertiers.-Adv.
CALL CILAME 62SFP-1
______for
Anthracite - All Kinds
Pocahontas and Solvay Coke
Ohio & Kentucky Egg & Lump
PRICES RIGHT

for Men

Reg. 0.-D., grey or mixture, light or heavy, suitable
for bed or robe - $4 and up. Regulation 0.-D.
Shirts, Navy Underwear, Gloves, Overseas Caps,
Mess Cans, Canteens, Laundry Bags, Binoculars, etc.
For Fraternities and boarding clubs we have Canned
Roast Beef, Corned Beef and Bacon at reduced prices.

We are showing an excellent assortment of
Knitted Neckwear and Scarfs. The latter to
be had in both Wool and Silk and at prices
consistent with the times.

.ARMY SUPPLY STORE, 213 NORTH FOURTH AVE.

Clothes, Furnishings and Hats

Established 1869

TINKER

& COMPANY

S. State St. at William St.

Christmas Vacation

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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.
time NOW

Reserve

LOST AND FOUND

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FOI SALE

P-Camera on Sunday, Dec. 5, FOR SALE-Reuilt Remington, latest
)m an automobile in Ypsilanti model, $70, bargain. Blickdender-
between there and 328 Thompson fer portable typewriter, $5. Phone
in Ann Arbor. Finder please Marston, 1915-R. 555 Packard. 58-2
11 R. W. Alexander, Phone 723-R,,
at the latter address. 658-2 jFOR SALE- Full blooded Airedale
--_ -. puppies. Phone 197-R22 Saline.
T-Gold fountain pen- Moore's Fred Klinesmith, R. F. D., No. 4,
mn-Leakable. On State or Pack- Saline. 58-6
, between Madison and East Un-
irsity or on Packard St. car. Re- FOR SALE-Four tickets for remain-
.rd. Phone 571. 56-3 ing numbers of Choral Union Series

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Call 353-F1

Oswald A. Herz

112 . Washington

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T-Black leather notebook with
me Bernadette Cote engraved on
tside. Finder please return to
Asy Barbour House office. 13
'T -- Monday, small black purse,
ntaining about $12. Finder call
34-W. Reward. 57-2

T - Mannheim Slide
urseday;Dec. 9. R. C.
gone 10 7-M.

Rule on
Bergrall,
58-41

WANTED
ANTED - Students for profitable
positions during Christmas vacation
-no book canvassing or peddling,
but a good position with a steady
income for those who make good.
See Mr. Baldwin at Allenel Hotel.
Monday and Tuesday, Dec. 13 and
14. 58-3
ANTED-Roommate.cBest suite in
Ann Arbor. One block from cam-
pus. Only two other roomers. Come
early and avoid the rush. See Ry-
gle, 408 Thompson or call 1741-W.
56-3
ANTED-By two students; single
or double room after Christmas;
near campus if possible. Can give
good references. Call 468-R eve-
nings. 58-1

with May Festival coupon attached
Call 2048-J. 58-3
FOR SAI)-Tickets for Kubelik. Fine
seat, Main floor, $2.00. Phone
1'1 u-M. 58-2
FOR SALE-Model A Gibson Mando-
ln with leather case.C$60.00 outfit.
Will sell for $27.50. Call Davis or
Martin, 612 Church. 1070-W. 58-2
FOR SALE-Hand made banners, pen-
nants, and pillows. 1341 Wilmont.
Phone 2384-M. 55-6
FOR SALE - New pair of cordovan
brogue oxfords. Size 7. Worn very
few times. Cost $17, will sell for
$11. Box. B. L., Daily. 57-2
FOR SALE - New set of Richtor
Drawing Instruments. M. Williams
723 Oakland. Phone 936-W. 54-7
FOR SALE-Tenor banjo and case.
Fine condition. Call 1153, G. Hag-
erman. 55-6
FOR SALE - Violin, excellent tone,
been in use 30 years, $35.00. Call
1072-J. 57-3

PAJAMAS
SHIRTS
NECKWEAR
HOSIERY
GLOVES
HAT
CAP

Buy Your "Bddie" Something Useful

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OVERCOAT
UNDERWEAR
CUFF LINKS
COLLAR BAG
VEST CHAIN
MUFFLER

FOR SALE - Lady's diamond ring,
platinum setting, perfect stone.
will sell for $400.00. Box B. N.,
Daily. 57-3
FOR RENT

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Here Is Some Good News, Fellows
No more will you have to risk your life trying to "rush" the Stocking Counter in a department store for you can ibuy
Mother or Sister the finest silk stockings in the country right here in a man's store. We feature the "Alwin," world's
supreme ladies' silk hosing and our prices will suit most any purse.

Lutz

Clothing Store

fTED-Slx students for exclusive __ ___________j
cupancy of 2nd floor in new home FOR RENT-Apartment, two rooms
ond semester. Two meals and and kitchennette-running hot and
m for $8.00 per week. Phone cold water. Steamheat. Mr. Leith,
2-1. Mrs. L. B. Bebout. 55-3 203 S. Thayer St. 54-6
TED-Roommate, next semester, MISCELLANEOUS
after holidays. Pleasant, east
nt room, hot-water heated. Un-' HIGHEST PRICES Paid for your old
priced, $3.00. Call at 4 or by ap- I clothes. Phone 1981-W, and will
itment. 908 Mary. 2480-J. 56-3 ' call at your convenience. 50-121

ON MAIN STREET

WITH THE FRENCH WINDOWS

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