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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

COLLEGES

Kansas-An intercollegiate wirelessf
service for the purpose of exchanging
news is being considered by members
of the journalism faculty at the Uni-
versity of Kansas. It is proposed that
there be a controlling station, which

could direct all activities. At a given
hour each day each station would send
news for several minutes at a period,
allotted them, and receive news the
rest of the hour. The only serious
drawback is the cost to colleges not
already having the necessary appar-
atus.

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Pieot Edge Dress Pleating
Gold and Silver Thread Work

Plain Stitching

ASK TO SEE THE CURISTMIIAS GIFTS AND IDEAS AT
QUALITY HEMSTITCHING SHOP
711 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE PHONE 2526
Room 12, Over Arcade Theatre

MRS. G. E. MICKLE

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN

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I H E gayety of life
symbolized in a necktie
-the irresistible spon-
taneity of the college man
expressed in colourful
Cheney Cravats. Our
selections include just
the right cravat for every
occasion. See them today.

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November Chimes
1Presents -Variety
of Campus Topc
(By Leland L. Yost)
November issue of Chimes presents
a varied array of timely articles and
original fiction for the delectation of
the campus palate. Athletics, poets
and poetry,and various school ac-
tivities are dealt with in this number.
In the leading article, Edwin R.
Meiss gives us Robert Frost's views
as to what should be the career of a
poet, and concerning the distinctions
between the poet and the journalist-
the amateur and the professional
Some suggestions to the youth who
feels the Homeric call are also set
forth in this connection.
H. Hardy Heth, Associate Editor of
Chimes in 1920, writes from Paris to
tell somehting about his work there
on the advertising staff of The Chi-
cago Tribune, and to hint at some of
the oft-sung joys of that exotic capi-
tal,
"Over Hill and Dale with the Cor-
nell and Michigan Harriers" contrasts
the glories of the cross-country teams
at the two universities in a way that
should hasten a general awakening to
the possibilities of that sport when it
is supported whole-heartedly by a
student body:
The lesson the campus learned this
fall regadring premature, ' blind and
ill-advised criticism is rationally re-
viewed in "The Yost Controversy-A
Suggestion."
Donald Gordon Stewart has written
a humorous short story with an 0.
Henry ending in "A Slayer of Inno-
cents." "Home-An Episode" gives an
unusual conception of the emotions of
a mother on the return of crying son.
"Society Appeased," by Hard Hoover
is a mild satire showing that clothes
make the poet, if not the man.
W. W. Gower explains the upper-
class advisory system by word and
cartoon in "Big Brothering Our,
Freshmen."
An interview with Dr. John Sund-
wall, head of the new student's physi-
cal welfare department, editorials and
book reviews complete the contents.
VARSITY DEBATE
TEAMS ANNOUNCED
Following the elimination trials, six
men, with two alternates, were chosen
to constitute the affirmative and nega-
tive debating teams which will con-
test the representatives of the Uni-
versity of Chicago and Northwestern
university on Jan. 20, on the question
of the adoption of the Kansas In-
dustrial court system.
The members of the affirmative
team which will debate the University
of Chicago team in Hill auditorium
are.: Ralph Johnson, '23, Edward
Ramsdell, '23, George Bigge, '23, and
Phillips Elliot, '22, alternate.
Members of the negative team who
will go to Evanston to debate with the
members of the Northwestern team
are: Gerrit Demmicl, '23, G. E. Dens-
omre, '22, Paul Rehmus, '23, and K.
F. Clardy, '24, alternate.
The debates will be judged again
this year instead of continuing the
no-decision debates of last year,
ALPHA DELTS HOLD FUNERAL
SERVICES FOR AGED SERVANT

La Sociedad Hispanica has announc-
ed a series of lectures in Spanish and
a Spanish play to be given during t
winter. The lectures will be given
by natives of Spain and will cover a
wide range of subjects.
Mirth and humor are the predomin-
ating characteristics of the play, "Los
.Interestes Creados" (Created Inter -
ests), by I3enevente, which will be
presented by members of the society
in January. This play was selected
because it is full of action and will
be of interest to those who cannot
understand Spanish. There will be
19 people in the cast.
Norman Willey, instructor in the
Spanish department, will have charge
of the play, while Jack P. Holden, '22,
will be assistant director and stage
manager.
Daily Want Ads Pay.-Adv.

I KODAK F INISHING

Flashlights and
Outside groups

Johnson, colored, who had acted there
in the capacity of porter for o-ver 47
years. Ex-President . B. Iiutchins
St te t s telling of
the unusual period of service that the
deceased had rendered and of the man-
ner in which he had always carried
out his duties.
SOCIEDAD PLANS'
ENTIERTiAINMENTS

EASTMAN KODAKS AND FILMS
719 N. UNIVERSITY

I4IIERTHARCADE

The School Premie

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F. W. Gross, Main St. Vadhams .& Co., 201 S. Main St.
S. 0. Davis, Toggery Shop, 119 .S. Main St.
Lindenschmitt, Apfel Co., 209 Ma1 St.
Renle, Conlin, Fiegel Co., 200-2 S. Main. St.
Wadhams & Co., Nickels Arcade
J. F. Wuerth Co., 222-221 S. Main St.

The Gobbler's Last Gobble

M R. GOBBLER says: "To-
morrow is Thanksgiving day.
A day set apart to acknowledge the
many things which one has to be
thankful for. The Pilgrim fathers
first brought ths celebraton to light
and they and their children and I
and my ancestors have perpetuated
this celebration for posterity.

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"In order to enjoy the day as you should and to apareciate
me as you ought to-'do
me up brown'. A Reed
Roaster at Fischer's will
do the stunt. You can
find aluminum and cast
iron as well as granite
roasters." Priced from $1.50 to $0.:)o.

Funeral services were held last Sun-I
day afternoon at 2 o'clock at the =_ _.
Alpha Delta Phi house 'for Charley ' _s

A LL DURING THE YEAR COME OCCASIONS WHEN YOU MOST
DESIRE TO LEND DIGNITY AND THE SPIRIT OF THE HOL.
IDAY SEASON TO YOUR DINNERS. THANKSGIVING STANDS
FOREMOST AS ONE OF THESE DAYS.
COMMUNITY PLATE ON YOUR TABLE, WITH ITS EXQUISITE
BEAUTY AND REFINEMENT OF FORM SO CHARACTERISTIC OF
THE MODERN DESIGNER, WILL BRING THIS INTANGIBLE SPIR-
IT WHICH IS SO MUCH SOUGHT AFTER.
WE CARRY AN EXTENSIVE LINE OF CORRECT SERVICE
PIECES IN COMMUNITY PLATE AS WELL AS COMPLETE SETS.

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