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With the approach of Christmas va-
cation, a warning is again issued to
the student body by the University
Health si ;ervice ccrning the ei i
Critic Says Number Contains Man demic of smallpox which is at the
Articles of Interest to Grads present time proving prevalent
and Students throughout the state of Michigan.
Many towns in the vicinity of Ann
FULFILLS REQUIREMENTS OF Arbor have been effected by the dis-
XMAS COLLEGE MAGAZIN case, but as yet only two or three
cases have been reported to local au-
thorities. The situation in Ann Arbor,
* * they state, is not alarming, but all,
Exceptional all-around interest and sould exercise care in preventing the
high quality is required of a Christma slread of smallpox.
college magazine, above and beyond Br. Warren E. Forsythe, director of
any other issue of the year. Apparent- the cali service, urges that during
ly with full knowledge that the issue acation atndcnts avoid as far as pos-
A COLLAR is not
merely a place
for your Adam's
Apple to take
refuge. The right
collar is the thing
which brings your
face into harmonious
relations with your
Daniel Green '
DANIL GREEN HIGH-GRADE CMFY
Nothing more pleasing, nothing more sensible
or acceptable for Father, Mother, Brother or
Sister. Reasonably priced and all shades.
Walk-Over Boot Shop
115 South Main Street
of Chimes which went on sale yester-
day would find its way to hundreds of
unagcustomed readers in the cities an
hamlets of the land via suitcase, lawn-
dry box, and postal wrapper, the edi-,
torial powers that be have put out ar
issue that is going to interest the
alumni, above all, and the outsider.
The alumnl are not concerned to
any great extent with the advance--j
pedagogical methods or the new speci-
mens in the University museum. They
want to know what the campus is
doing, how the student thought i~
trending, who are the stars and the
coaches, what are the campus ambi-
tions of today. "Bare Knees and Skin-
ned Shins"-+-well, well they're playingrI
soccer!-"Burnt Cork and Silk Panta-
loons"-yea!- the minstrel show is
back again.-"The Workshop Players'
Company"-a new campus, dramaticq
course with the practical side on top!
-"Ruth Up, Pratt on Deck"-sounds
good for the baseball prospects.--
"Hot Off the Diagonal"-hum! e
never had our say like that in my day-.
--"From a Grind's Window"-verily.
the worm turns!-"Can an Alumni
Association Do Anything?" - hello
they're talking to us!-Those are r
few of the mental exclamations wi ic
are going to be made by Michigan's
grads at sight of this brimful issue.
The two articles on the engineer are
of real analytic and literary value.
Even a lit will understand them. The
prize story, "Once to Every Man," by
Emma Jacobs, '21, reads as though 11
Justly headed the thirty-two. R. V.'s
letters are particularly good, the re-
flections on the spirit of the day being
a really constructive commentary on
our rather shallow modern-day read-
ing and opinion. W. A. P.. John, '11,
has provided a good healthy antidote
for the one-sided "What a Man Loses"
article in the Post by showing wha+
he misses by not attending cohl
And the issuie is capped by a genuie
big-eague short story, the kind !ic
cost the author a pretty sum when he
let Chimes have it instead of closing a
sale. Better narratives of adventfuf(
in the air than that which Lawrence l
La Tourette Driggs, ex-'00, unfolds in
"Keeping Watch Below," may have
been written, but not within our ken.
Everybody-student, alumnus, casual
glimpser-is bound to be attracted by
this Christmas issue, which is going
to, repay with interest a thorough
reading of the entire magazine
:1b0 coming into cootact with people
having ('ontagions disoaes, and to try
to shin all towns where epidemics
have been discovarod. Di nhtheria
and snelpox, he staten, are two dis-
ases which are most eaSily contract--
ed, and which students should try to
keep away from.
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EARL T~ W ILS QN fT,*tOY.,
OLD WE ATH ER has
- come at last. Bring
your Skates back after a
come at lst.Brin
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
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 the 100% Turkish tobaccos of the pureA
and best varieties grown-or if we substituted inferior
grades of Turkish tobacco.
But they wouldn't be MURADS-they'd only be
"Judge for yourself-!"
Special attention is calld
to Murad20s in Tin Boxes
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Silk Blouses make wonderful Christmas Gifts
marked at 1-2 Price they
mlke absurdly low priced gifts. Included in
the Lot are
Crepe de Chines and
Satins, in all the new 'shades, embroidered and
White Flannel Vests
are mostly plaid, pleated and
plain, in all colors.
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