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WESLEYAN GUILD TO HOLD lors. The plan is for the members and
CHRISTMAS SOCIAL TONIGHT their friends each tobring some ar-
ticle of clothing or toy which can be
Wesleyan Guild, an organization of used by a small child. The collection
members of the Methodist church, will of gifts will later be sent to the chil-
give its annual Christmas social this dren in one of the hospitals with a
evening at 8 o'clock in the church par- "Merry Christmas."
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ORGA'NIZATION OF
COMMERCE CLUB
NDW UNDER WAY~
EMPLOYMENT BUREAU FOR GRAD-
UATE STUDENTS WILL BE
INAUGURATED

. I'm desperately busy, but if it's
anything Photographic, probably I
can find time to do it for you.
SWAIN

ALEX GROESBECK MA
TALK AT FIRST MEETI
Students of Economics, Political
enBe, and Sociology, May
Become Members

130 LIT STUDENTS
ON WARNED LIST'
As a result of mid-semester reports
received from instructors 130 students
of the Literary college have been
placed on the warned list, and 70 on
the probation list. Eighty per cent of
students of the above class are fresh-
men, and 10 per cent of the entire
freshman class is either warned or on
probation.
Letters are being mailed out today
from the office of the dean to these
students, and duplicate letters are also
being sent to their parents- or
guardians. Students of either class;
are ineligible for all campus-activities.
The probation and warned lists made
up at the end of this semester will be
much larger than the present lists.
Prof. C. 0. Davis, advisor to fresh-
men, will be in his office in Tappan
hall all day Saturday to confer with
all students who wish to see him.
RUSSIAN "CROWN JEWELS"
BEING SOLD BY SWINDLERS

TUT TLE'S
L U N'C H ROOM
Crowded every meal
BUT
Room for All Our
Last years customers
One half block South
of "MAJP

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Sel-

PHONE 166
TRUBEY
218 SOUTH MAIN
QUALITY ICE CREAM
Caters to Fraternities and
Sororiies

The Most Beautiful and Refined Dancing School
in Ann Arbor.

713 East University Avenue

Phone 2312

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WU4 RTH ARCADE

WINDOW SHADES

PICTURE FRAMING

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

PAINTS
ENAMELS

VARNISHES

BRUSHES

WALL PAPER

RALCIMINES

STAINS

GLASS

L. E. W ENZEL

Painting and Decorating

PHONE 84

207 EAST LIBERTY ST.

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WILLIAM HOCHREIN

Plumbing, Steam and Hot Water Heating

With the two-fold purpose of Inau-
gurating an employment bureau for
graduate students, and the securing of
prominent speakers to deliver ad-
dresses on practical problems which
confront graduates upon their en-I
trance into the business world, a com-
mittee, of which Glenn H. Marcy, '22,
is chairman, is now at work enrolling
members for the proposed new Com-
mercebclub, to supplant the old organ-
ization of the same name, which last
year became a professional fraternity.
165 Members Now
A three-day membership campaign,
which was concluded Wednesday, re-
sulted in the enrollment of 165 .stu-
dents. Membership in the new-organ-
ization is open to all men or women
who are pursuing courses in either
economics, political science, or soci-
ology. It is planfted to make every stu-
dent in these courses a member, and
in order to attain that end a drive will
be, instituted during the first week
after the Christmas recess.
Following its idea of bringing
speakers to address meetings of the
club, negotiations are now under way
to schedule Governor-elect Alex J.
Groesbeck for the opening meeting of
the club. According to Chairman
Marcy, Mr. Groesbeck has on several
occasions expressed his willingness to
speak at the University, and unless
more urgent business should interfere
he will probably come here during the
second or third week of January.
HeetIng Jan. 10, 1921
The other main purpose of the or-
ganization is to conduct a bureau of
employment for graduate students, and
in line with this work, letters will be
sent to employers throughout the
state,so that thenames of students
going out of the University may be on
file with various business concerns.
This phase of the club's activities will
later be extended to include a list of
all the large commercial houses in the
country.
Jan. 10, 1921, has been set as the
date for the first meeting of the club
at which time election of officers will
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Reparing Specialty

The Hague, Dec. 17.-Europe's new-
est scheme for defrauding the unwary
is that of selling supposed Russian
crown Jewels. Knowledge that some
very valuable Russian jewelry, confis-
cated by the Bolsheviks has actually
been sold in Holland recently has
prompted a number of shrewd confi-
dence men to take advantage of Dutch-
men desiring to buy something cheap
The Hague police swooped down the
other night on a group of men in s
little cafe who, with their intended
victim, were negotiating for the sale of
34 "pearl" necklaces and several pack-
ets of loose "pearls" which were whis-
pered to have been surreptitiously sent
to Holland from Moscow and, there-
fore, were for sale cheap.
Only one of the necklaces was found
to be genuine. All of the others, and
also the loose packets, were made up
of imitation pearls. The real one, ac-
cording to the police, was used as
"bait."
IMy Dairylundh:,
i Our food is the best
Our prices are right
HOURS
7A.M. TO1P.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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"JUST WHIAT
oeWill yours say this?
the o those choice boxes of
temanufacture of Crane,
chased at the store of
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17 Nickels
20% discount on CHRIW
.; GREETING CARDS. The bes
at any price.

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wanted!
I WANTED!"
She will if she receives
f Christmas stationery of
Whiting or Hurd, pur-

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Bell Phone 525

211 S. Fourth Ave.

All Work Guaranteed Satisfactory

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OUR HOUSE IS
Too full for Utterance

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Arcade

TMAS STATIONERY AND
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Gifts Suitable to all Givers

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OPEN LVLNINGS

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your Skates back after
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draw up a constitution.
AMERICANS FOURTH IN NUMBER
AMONG FOREIGNERS IN PARISI
Paris, Dec. 17.-The foreign popula-
tion of Paris on Nov. 1, totalled 220,-
000. At least such is the number of ;
foreigners residing in Paris who have
complied with the French law and THE SEASONS' GREETINGS TO YOU
taken out cards of identity at the Pre- FOR A MRRY CHR
fecture of Police. These figures do not HEARTY WISHES FOR A MARRY CHR
Include tourists or that class of for- AND -PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
eigners whose nationality is somewhat
vague and who have no desire to call at
police headquarters unless compelled
to do so by gendarmes.
America with 22,000 permanent resi-
dents in Paris, occupies fourth place. v
Italy, Switzerland, Great Britain, with
39,000, 27,000, and 25,000 respectively,
a.
heading the list.
A. I. E. E. PLANS TO JOURNEY
THROUGH EDISON PLANT
The students' branch of the A. I. E.=Faimers and M echanics
E. will make an inspection, trip
through the Connors Creek plant of
the Detroit Edison company Saturday,
according to an announcement by the
executive committee.
This plant contains two of the '
woyldls largest hydro-electric tur-
bines which will be of great interest
from a professional viewpoint. Ar-
rangements can only accommodate 25
men who will meet at the Michigan
Central station in time for the ?
o'clock train to Detroit, Saturday
morning. 101131033111310t0t13lI1 l3l 1 10 11 11 0 30

WITH
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Packard Academy

2:30 to, 5:30 P. M.

Saturday, Dec.

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