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GILMORE ELECTED'
5WIMMING CAPTIN'
Crack Distance Man Chosen Captain
For Coming Aquatic
Season
HAS BRILLIANT PAST RECORD
AND GREAT FUTURE PROMISE
George M. Gilmore, '21, is Mich-
igan's first swimming captain. That
the honor is more than deserved is
shown by the consistent work of the
star distance man for the past two
years on theinformal Wolverine tank
squad.

Lasf season he was the most re-
liable of the 220 and 440 yard swim-
mers and this year he has borne out
the promises of the past, both in
practice and in actual competition.
Captain Gilmore was the outstanding
star of the Michigan water men in the
meet at the Detroit Athletic club
three weeks ago when the Maize and
Blue swimmers presented a brilliant,
display of their aquatic abilities. He
HOCKEY NOTICE
All men of last year's in-
formal hockey team meet at 7:15
o'clock Mondayin room 304,
Union.k

was a member of the 1920 Varsity work as a tank man will go far to-
football squad and has been active in ward putting swimming forward to' its
many lines of endeavor all through deserved position.
his years at Michigan._
His ability as an organizer should GILBERT'S and MARTHA WASH-
be a great aid to the swimming team INGTON'S candies for Xmas. Pack-
ed for mailing. Tice's Drug Store,
during the coming season and his 11.7 So. Main St.-Adv.

ONLY FIVE

DAYS

MORE FOR

BUYING BEFORE
Christmnas

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

We still have a lot of useful articles many of which we are

making special prices on

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Phone 2312

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HO YOLD ARE YOUT NO MATTER? PLAY BILLIARDS!
No matter how many yeai s you have tarried on earth, you are still
young if you like to PLAY. And PLAYING helpsto keep that young
feeling and youthful look in men who are of mature years. Many
of the GREAT men of the world-authors, senators, lawyers, prime
ministers-find in BILLIARDS a most joyous relaxation and recrea-
tion. Make HUSTON BROS. your "clui" Make this a regular meet-
tng place for yourself and friends. You will find just the right atmos-
phere here to make your evenings enjoyable.

WuertliVacatiollProgram
SUNDAY -- )IONDAY - TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19-20-21
SELZNICK SPECIAL, "OUT OF THE SNOWS."
WEDNESDAY -- THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22-23
ELMO LINCOLN IN "UNDER CRIMSON SKIES."
FRIDAY - SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24-25
SELZNICK SPECIAL, "SEEDS OF VENGEANCE."
SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY, DECEMBER 26-27-28
DOROTHY PHILLIPS IN
"ONCE TO EVERY WOMAN."

Decorated Pyrex Caseroles
Electric Heaters
Electric Sad Irons
Electric Curling Irons
Electric Limps
Electric Toasters
Electric Percolators
Electric Heating Pads
Flashlights, Burgess Batteries
and Dry Cells
Aluminum Ware

Ash Trays, Smoker Sets
Ingersoll Watches
Alarm Clocks
Safety Razors and Stroppers
Stanley Ferrostat Bottles
Christmas Tree Holders and
Lighting Outfits
Skates, Skis, Sleds
Pronto Fire Extinguisher
As good as the best-
only $2.50 each.

AUTO ACCESSORIES
Tire Chairs, Spot Lights, Windshield Wings, Hood Covers,
Trouble Lamps, Electric Horns; Jacks, Tire Pumps, "SEX"
for Auto Tops and Leather Goods, Alcohol for Radiators.

WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29-80
TSURI AOKI IN "BREATH OF THE GODS."
FRIDAY -- SATURDAY, DECEMBER 31 - JANUARY 1
CONWAY TEARLE IN "MAROONED HEARTS,"
SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY, JANUARY 2-34
SELZNICK SPECIAL,
"PALACE OF DARKENED WINDOWS."

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PRICES RIGHT

SERVICE PROMPT

M. D. LARNED.

HUSTON BROS.'

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UP-TO-DATE

HARDWARE

Pocket and Caroni Billiards. Soft Drinks and Light Lunches.
Cigars and Candies. Cigarettes and Pipes.
"WE TRY TO TREAT YOU RIGHT."

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WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY,
SHIRLEY MASON IN "GIRL

JANUARY 5-6
OF MY HEART."

310 South State St.

Phone 14510

No. 6

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Your Last Chance Just Received wist"uto l
to Select Your AMri s
Shaw's History of the University and
C rHensysLeather Bound Books. Happy New Year
O'Henry, Kipling, Dickens and Thackery
Fancy Box Stationery
NWe are offering a few suggestions F
Address Books
MichiganPillow Covers xI2a rH 01 o
Table Runners Fountain Pens Brief Cases-Line a Day U
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That You may have the fullest measure
of the good cheer that accompanies the

approaching Holiday Season,

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is the Sincere wish of

THE

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ARBOR SAVINGS

BANK

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