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DIARIMID'S CHOCOLATES Gilbert's and Martha Washington
nas. All kinds and sizes at candies for Xmas. - Packed for mail-
's Pharmacy. Only agent in ing. Tice's Drug Store, 117 S. Main
r.-Adv. St.-Adv.
nize Daily advertisers.-Adv. Patronize Daily advertisers.-Ad"

DRMITORlIES OBSERVE
CHRISTMAS CUSTOMS:

UNIVERSITY POST, AMERICAN
LEGION, ELECTS OFFICERS'

Jan. 22 Set For
Fancy Dress fall

CREOLE PRALINES-Grunewald's
from New Orleans, at Tice's, 117 Main
St., South.-Adv.

Initial

Meeting of Organization Held
Under Charter Granted
Recently

BETSY

BARBOUR TO CELEBRATE
FIRST CHRISTMAS
PARTY

IC RE
ICE C iR EA M

The entire personnel of our
Ann Arbor branch is eager to

render

service.

CHRISTMAS GIFTS

FOR MEN

We wish to call your attention

to our assortment of

SILK & KNIT TED SILK
NECKWEAR
of superior. quality and desirable patterns
at moderate prices
Also a generous selection of Knitted
Wool and Silk Mufflers, Wool Hose
and smaller accessories for men.

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TINKER & COMPANY

Clothls, Furnishings and Hats

SOUTH STATE ST. AT WILLIAM ST.

Yule tide festivities at the women's
dormitories will be celebrated this
year according to custom. Christmas
observance at Martha Cook building
takes the form of a breakfast, while
at Helen Newberry residence an old
English :sinner is given. Betsy Bar-
bour house will hold its first Christ-
mas party in an original nlanner as
yet unannounced.I
Residents of Martha Cook building
will celebrate their annual Christmas
breakfast Tuesday morning, Dec. 21.
This event comes as a culmination to
pre-holiday festivities and is a custom
of many years' standing at the dorm-
itory.
At 6 o'clock in the morning, the
girls led by Miss Grace Greenwood,
begin forming the procession on the
fourth floor. The line grows as the
girls from each floor join in, carrying
lighted candles and singing Christ-
mas carols.
225 to Be at Breakfast
Down the corridors, through the
red room and blue room, appropriate-.
ly decorated, the line moves to the
first floor corridor. Here a long table
is set to accommodate 225 people, in-
cluding Mr. .and Mrs. Marion L. Bur-
ton, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Jordan,
the board of governors, residents of
the building, and their guests. A
ounteous breakfast is then enjoyed
and the friendship candles are light-
ed, after which the call of the 8
o'clock class breaks up the party.
Newberry Gives English Dinner
Helen Newberry residence will cele-
brate Christmas Monday night with
its customary old English dinner. St.
George's day will be presented by 15
girls during the meal. Preceeding
the play a boar's head will be carried
in on a tray and Christmas carols
will be sung.
Everyone in the house, the two
children for whom the dormitory is
furnishing Christmas, and the board
of governors will be included in the
Christmas festivities. Christmas trees
and decorations will make the affair
a real party for the young guests.
WLomen
Househeads should notify Theo-
dosia Burton, '22, if their houses in-
tend to present stunts atethe Women's
league fancy dress party on Jan. 22.
Plans for the acts should be made
before the holidays so that costumes
may be prepared at home.
Junior girls desiring information
about the lyrics they are writing for
the class play, may call Margaret
Tibbals, '22, lyric chairman, at 398.
All upperclassmen taking elective
work in gymnasium are required to
have a heart and lung examination.
Those who have not taken one should
do so at once.
Girls who are planning to spend the
Christmas holidays'in Ann Arbo
should sign up in Dean Myra B. Jor-
dan's office at once. It Is important
that the exact number be known as
soon as possible.
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.
The committee to adjust rooming
difficulties for women will meet at 2
o'clock Friday afternoon in Barbour
gymnasium. Anyone who has any

complaint may lay it before the-com-
mittee at this time.
Tryouts for the Junior Girls' play
will be held at 9 o'clock Saturday
morning in University Hall.
Girls who can help decorate for
the Women's league Christmas party
are asked to report at 9 o'clock Sat-
urday morning at Barbour gymnas-
ium.
Sixty Girls Try Out for Junior Play
More than 60 girls tried out for the
Junior Girls' play before the commit-
tee yesterday afternoon. The final
tryout will be held at 9 o'clock Sat-
urday morning in University ,Hall.
Those girls who have not yet signed
up should be present Saturday.
GILBERT'S and MARTHA WASH-
INGTON'S candies for Xmas. Pack-
ed for mailing. Tice's Drug Store,
117 So. Main St.-Adv.

"University Post No. 303 of the Amer-
ican Legion, meeting Wednesday night
for the first time under the charter it
recently received, elected F. A. Sar-
geant, '22L, post commander. Other
officers of the organization were elect-
ed as follows: Senior vice-post com-
mander, Prof. C. E. Wilson; junior
vice-post commander, W. H. Mast,#
'24M; post adjutant, Wilfrid Hocking,
'23; treasurer, A. V. McPhee, '21; and
sergeant-at-arms, A. D. Buchanan,1
'23.
Lyle D. Tabor, state adjutant of the
Michigan department of the national
organization, talked on the purpose
of the American Legion. Major Rob-
ert Arthur, of the R. O. T. C., also
said a few words about the legion.
Mr. Harry N. Cole, of the chemis-
try department, who was in charge of
organizing the post in the University,
stated that all communications to the
legion here should be addressed to
the University of Michigan Post No.
303 of the American Legion, in care
of the Michigan Union.
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.
Annual Young People's Banquet at
Presbyterian Church' Sat., Dec. 18.
5:45 to 7:45. Secure tickets at Lane
Hall, NOW.-Adv.
Patronize' Daily advertisers.-Adv.
..,dAr. D 8 . s

Stunts, by the classes and the va-
rious girls' houses, are to be a fea-
ture of the Women's league fancy
dress party, which will be given. at
7:30 o'clock, Saturday evening, Jan.
22. A prize is offered for ,the best
stunt, and all house groups that in-
tend to enter the competition should
notify Theodosia Burton, '22, by Dec.
21. Plans for the acts should be
made before the holidays, so that cos-
tumes may be prepared at home. A
per capita tax of 10 cents will bescol-
lected to defray part of the expense
of the party.
SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS
WANT TEACHERS IMMEDIATELY
No definite appointments have been
made by the teachers' appointment
committee, although there have been
many calls from school superintend-
ents for teachers to take positions
immediately after the holidays and
for the coming semester. There are,
fewer candidates for teaching posi-1
tions this year than usual.
Mrs. Bartlett Attends Convention
Mrs. Barbara. H. Bartlett attended
a directors' meeting of the National
Organization for Public Health Nurs-
ing in New York City. The meeting
was called to reorganize the National
association and to hold a conference
on better health education and com-
munity organization in public health
work.
GILBERT'S and MARTHA WASH-
INGTON'S candles for Xmas. Pack-
ed for mailing. Tice's Drug Store,
117 So. Main St.-Adv.
DOES THE TRUNK
CO, TOO
CALL TIME
City Baggage

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SILVERSMITS
Chris Imas -Gifts Suggestions
Strings of Pearls 18 to 30 inches
Priced at $10.00 to $40.00.
Ladies Wrist Watches $15 to $75
Schiandorer & Seyfried
113 E. Liberty Street
Ann Arbor Michigan

Suits

Made to
Measure
Careful Attention
Paid
to Alterations

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Dependable, Courteous
and Reasonable
Baggage Service

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Albert Gansle
113 S. Main St.

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Phone 280

200 E. HURON

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(Second Floor)

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"EAT AT THE CASTLE"
Cor. Hill and State
STRICTLY HOME-C0OKED
MEALS
$5.50 MEAL TICKET
FOR $5.00
REGULAR BOARDERS
$7.00 PER WEEK

Holiday Gifts For Everyone

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Nowhere is a mark of good
taste more clearly shown ifl
the selection of gifts than at

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WAINTE , FOR SALE
ED-Furnished appartment or FOR SALE-Oil leases.
light housekeeping quarters man knows that the s
young couple. Occupancy by titan in the oil game is
24th, for a year at least. Pre- cial" lease upon favo
ly north of campus. Box H.. lands. I have such 1
., Daily. 63-3 prices. If you are in

The posted
best specula-
sa "Cominer-
rably located
eases at lowj
terested in al

Enjoy
Christmas!!
What does Christmas
mean to anyone with-
out
CANDY .

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TED-Students who arc lback-
d in their English - German
islation and ;who wish to be
red in general at very reason-
price. Call 1195-J after 5:30
[. for appointment. 63-4
.ED-Rooms for four men near
pus. Call Winslow, 724-M after
, Friday or Monday. 13
PED-A student to share a front
e at 425 S. Division. Price rea-
ble. Phone 1565-J. 60-5
CED - Senior wants full time
k during Christmas vacation.
1920-J 62-2
CED - A 'ticket for tonight's
e at the Michigan Union. Phone
R. 63
FOR RENT
RENT-Two large front rooms.
ild accommodate either three or
1309 So. State St. Phone
-J. 62-3
EtENT-Double room with elec-
lights and hot air heat. En-
e of Mr. Hech. 712 Dewey Ave.
ae 1734-M. 62-3

buyer or as an agent (I will allow
fair commissions); see me at the
Allenel Friday or Saturday at 4 to
5 P. M. Residence phone 1438-W.
Samuel H. Smith. 63-2

FOR SALE- Full blooded Airedale
puppies. Phone 197-R22 Saline.
Fred Klinesmith, R. F. D., No. 4,
Saline. 58-6
FOR SALE - Hand made banners,
pennants, and pillows. 1341 Wil-
mont. Phone 2384-M. 62-4
FOR SALE- Remington Typewriter
in very good condition. Phone Tews,
1967-W. 917 E. Ann St. 63
FOR SALE - Mandolin and Guitar.
Bargains. Call F. A. Scott, 726-M.
62-3
LOST AND FOUND
LOST-Heavy winter overcoat-green,
large fur collar, gray chamois lin-
ed. Reward. No questions. W.
P. Campbell, 1550 Washtenaw.
Phone 188. 63-2
LOST-Tortoise Glasses in case. Sun-
day. Finder please call Margaret
Spalding. Phone 398. 62-3
LOST-Umbrella on third oor, Engi-
neering Bldg., Tuesday. Liberal re-
'ward. Call 1158-M. 63-2
LOST-Fraternity pin with name on
back. Finder please call 1460. 62-3
FOR RENT
FOR RENT-Suites of rooms suitable
for 2 3, or 4 boys. 407 N. Ptigalls
St. 63-1
FOR VENT- Comfortable suite near
campus. 516 Packard. Phone
1209-M. 62-3

Let us provide you with the
best candy in Ann
Arbor, made
fresh

DAILY

THE FOUNTAIN

OF YOUTH

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T-One double suite
gle suite two blocks
,ring; College. 1762-W.

and
from
62-2

Useful Gifts for Christmas
Michigan Calendars, Memory Books, Michigan Pins,
Fobs and Spoons, Stationery, Fountain Pens.

NT-Single room at 717 Oak-
Price reasonable. Call there
no Speer at 18. 61-3
NT- Double room, electric-
t air heat. Enquire ofhMrs.
712 'Dewey Ave. Phone
[. 63-1
NT-Warm front suite at 1091
yer. Phone 1223-W. 62-21

Select Them at the Only

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STUDENTS' SUPPLY STORE

Phone

1160-Rf

1111 South

University

Avenue

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