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TO AID EUROPEAN CHILDREN
Suffering children of Europe will be
nefited by half of the proceeds from
e Wednesday afternoon perform-
ce at the Majestic theater. Wal-
ce Reid in "Always Audacious," will
the feature.m
Dr. Warren P. Lombard was ap-
inted chairman of the Earpoan re-
f council in Washtenaw county, at

a luncheon Saturday in Detroit. Miss
Grace Greenwood has charge of the
work in connection with University
women.
Annual Young People's Banquet at
Presbyterian Church, Sat., Dec. 18.
5:45 to 7:45. Secure tickets at Lane
Hall, NOW.-Adv.
GILBERT'S CHOCOLATES one-
half to five 1b. boxes, just received
fresh. Cushing's Pharmacy.-Adv.

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LEAGUE PLANS NUMEROUS
CHRISTMAS FESTI VITI ES
Chinese women on the campus are
arranging a party to be given for the
American girls who will be here dur-
ing vacation. Since the exact date
has not been decided, it is necessary
that women staying here sign at the

to the S. A. T. C. are eligible."
is the ruling on eligibility for
men who did not go across.

Such
those
Club

Canadians Will Meet to Form

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All Canadians on the campus are in-
vited to meet at the home of Daniel S.
Mackinnon, '22, 1113 College street, to
discuss the possibilities of forming a
Canadian club. Mackinnon desires
that every student in the University
from Canada be present at this meet-
ing.

DEAN COOLEY WILL ADDRESS
JUNIOR ENGINEERS THURSDAY
Dean M. E. Cooley will address the
the junior class of engineers on "Pro-
posed Five Year Courses in the Eng-
ineering College," in room 348, Eng-
ineering building, at 11 o'clock Thurs-
day. According to Dean Cooley, the
projected course will include a suf-
ficient number of cultural subjects to
enable an engineer to have a broader
vision in all fields.

Annual Young People's Banquet at
Presbyterian Church, Sat., Dec. 18.
5:45 to 7:45. Secure tickets -at Lane
Hall, NOW.-Adv.
CREOLE PRALINES-Grunewald's
from New Orleans, at Tice's, 117 Main
St., South.-Adv.
GILBERT'S and MARTHA WASH-
INGTON'S candies for Xmas. Pack-
ed for mailing. Tice's Drug Store,
117 So. Main St.-Adv.
Ann Arbor's progressive merchants
ase The Michigan Daily.--Adv.

U ERTH
WEDNESDAY -THURSDAY

office of the dean of women so that
they may be notified about the fes-
tivities.
The Women's league has planned a
program of events. On Christmas eve
Theodosia Burton, '23, will be in
charge of a party which will go out
to sing carols and return to the Bur-
ton home later. On the following Tues-
day there will be an informal tea
in Barbour gymnasium with Catherine
Stafford, '24, in charge.
If the weather permits a sleigh ride
home is planned after the New Year's
eve party to be held in the gymnas-
lum parlors. Anna Keidanz, '23, will
supervise this affair.

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LEGION POST WILL
ORGANIZE TONIGHT
The University of Michigan Post No.
303 of the American Legion will hold
a meeting for permanent organization
and enrollment of charter members at
7:30 o'clock tonight in the second floor
reading room of the Michigan Union.
All men who are already enrolled in
the Legion elsewhere and all those
men who are eligible to join are
urged to be present. The coming hol-
idays will give excellent opportunity
to obtain transfers from local posts to
the University post. Dues for 1921
can be paid here, and all eligible men
here at the present time may become
charter members, according to Prof.
Harry N. Cole in charge of the organ-
ization.
Lyle D. Tabor, state adjutant of the
department of Michigan has promised
to be here to help in organizing and
in giving the post the right start.
"Those men who were regularly and
completely inducted into the army
through the S. A. T. C. or through
other branches of the service, and sent
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NOTE:-The entire proceeds of today's show goes to the
ASSOCIATED CHARITIES

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LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Saturday at the noon hour, 12
to 1:30, at the Chinese Gardens; or
between Chinese Gardens, Millen's
store, and Chapman's jewelry store,
a small hunting case gold watch,
stem missing. Stem found at Chin-
ese Gardens. Valued as a keepsake.
If found, address Mrs. W. G. Doty,
412 S. Fifth Ave. or phone 1018-W.
Reward. 60
LOST-A gold Fountain Pen-Conklin
Non-Leakable. Crescent self-fier
gold band and clip on cap. in the
Arcade on State Street or on the
way to the Homoeopathic Hospital.
Finder call 2236-W. Reward. 61-2
LOST-A Waterman Fountain pen on
campus, between Betsy Barbour
House and U-Hall or in South
Wing. Finder please return to Jos-
ephine Connable. Phone 2676. 61-1
LOST-A string of pearl beads with
diamond clasp. Reward if return-
ed. Phone 71-W. 710 E. Ann St.
60-2
LOST -- Mannheim Slide Rule on
Thursday, Dec. 9. R. C. Bergrall,
Phone 1077-M. 58-4
LOST-Diamond platinum har pin at
Barbour gyn Saturday night. Re-
ward. Call 988-W. 60-3
LOST-Black and tan Airedale fem-
ale, 5 months. Reward. 618 Church
302-J. 60
WANTED
WANTED-Roommate, 217 S. Thay-
er, one half block from campus.
Phone 1032-M. 59-31
WANTED-A roommate for very de-
sirable front suite. 924 Oakland.
60-3
WANTED-A student to share a frontF
suite at 425 S. Division. Price rea-
sonable, Phone 1565-J. 60-5

FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Front suite with private
lavatory, electric lights, hot water,
heat. Also room for one student.
Good board during vacation. Re-
duced rates for table of ten after
holidays. 1021 E. Huron St. Phone
481-R. 59-3
FOR RENT - Housekeeping apart-
ment. Two rooms and kitchenette.
Completely furnished. Near cam-
pus. 1207 Willard St. 60-3
FOR RENT-Single room at 717 Oak-
land. Price reasonable. Call there
or phone Speer at 18. 61-3
FOR RENT-One good double suite,
two blocks from campus. 708
Church St. Phone 1145-J. 61-2
FOR RENT-Single room for lady.
One block from campus. 1724-J.
60-3
FOR RENT- Large suite half block
from campus. Call 1724-M. 61-1
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-- Full blooded Airedale
puppies. Phone 197-R22 Saline.
Fred 'Klinesmith, R. F. D., No. 4,
Saline. 58-6
FOR SALE-Dress uit of best mater-
ial. Size 36 for man of medium
height. Very reasonable. Call
Todd. 1268. 60-3
FOR SALE- Remington Typewriter
No. 10. Visible tabulator. In A-1
mechanical condition. Call 2303-J.
60-2
FOR SALE - Very desirable Ford
speedster at a sacrifice if taken at
once. Call 72-J. 60-3
MISCELLANEOUS
HIGHEST PRICES Paid for your old
clothes. Phone 1981-W, and will
call at your convenience. 60-13

Ann Arbor, Michigan

336 South State Street
December 14th, 1920.

To my Customers:

We have this day received

a new consign-

ment of Suits and Ulsters of the finest quality
which we can retail at prices from Fifty to Sev-
enty-five Dollars.
Yours truly,

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