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rAU !IUt Fr THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1921

SLEEP ANYWHERE, BUT
EAT AT REX'S
THE CLUB LUNCH
712 Arbor Street
Near State and Packard Streets

In 1900-1901 the enrollment of the
University was 3,712. There were
students from 59 states, territories and
foreign countries. The Literary de-
partment had 1,367, Law, 873, Medi-
cal, 563 and Engineering 359.

MIDGET ENTE RTAINER STATES
CAMPUS HAS CHANGED

TaasAT
BUT LIIT7LEStt Savings Bank

PURITY---
It will not pay you to risk your health by
buying impure dairy products. We aran-
tee our products to be absolutely pure.
When speaking of food nothing but the
best is good enough.
ANN ARBOR DAIRY CO.0
THE HOME OF PURE MILK
TELEPHONE 423
Schumacher Hardware Co.
A Store of Individual Shops
308-10-12 So. Main St. Phones 17.175M
- a
S"The Gift Shop of Main Street" I
IS READY FOR CHRISTMAS
AND FOR YOU
Smokers' Sets Folding Card Tables
Desk Sets Telephone Stands
Candle Sticks Japanese Goodsc
Fire Sets Salad Sets
Book Ends Poker Sets
Brief Cases Mahogany Nut Bowls
Tea Sets Carving Sets
Tea Wagons Glass Candy Jarsc
Lamps and Shades Incense Burners
Serving Trays Water Sets -
Decorated Door Knockers Brass Bird Cages
Humidors-
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Explore, if you can, every nook and
corner, for here at "The Gift Shop of =
Main Street," Chirstmas awaits y o u
with a charming and varied index of -
Gifts
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"A university education's a fine
thing, but it does cause so much dis
satisfaction afterwards when people
who have nir de square pegs of them-
selves try to squeeze into round
holes!" Miss May Constul, midget
entertainer from Adrian, shook her
short locks to emphasize her opinion.
"College students are always prac-
tically the same. I used to come here
some years ago-the year Barbour
gymnasium had just been finished-
and I don't ,see much difference now,
except of course that lot of the girls
have bobbed their hair, and that no-
body goes to church as much, nor
takes as much interest in church do-
ings," she said. Miss Constul, who
')as considerable talent as a reader
and entertainer, gave a number of
selections at the meetiftg of the young
women's auxiliary of the Methodist
^hurch recently. When questioned as
to her work, she naively said that she
NO EXCUSES ACUETE
FOR INOT WEAING POTS
-STUDENT COUNCIL
Upon receiving several comp aints
rom the Underclass Conduct commit-
'ee, the Student council has issued the
following statement; "Freshmen who
have been summoned before the Con-
!uct committee have upon many oc-
easions given as their excuse for not
wearing toques or pots the reason
hat they hed been told by seniors and
juniors that they need not wear the
"egulation headdress on nights when
hey have either been out with upper-
-lassmen or wished to go to dances or
shows.
"Such ecuses will have absolutely
o weight with the committee and up-
perclassmen are asked to co-operate
with the sophomore committee and re-
rain from encouraging freshmen to
-o without their pots.
"There are no rules which say that
freshmen need not wear their pot
.hile In the company of upperclass-
'nen. The pot or toque must be worn
it all times while in Ann Arbor, Sun-
lays excluded. Neither are freshmen
exempt from appearing with the pot
n Saturday nights."
The Underclass conduct committe
holds a meeting every week inathd
Ainion. Freshmen violators of tradi-
ion may be reported to Stanley M
,ead, '24, 231, or Edward Murane, '24,
909.
TWO FA1TOUS WARSHIPS, SOLD
FOR JUNK, BEING DISMANTLED
Oakland, Cal., Dec. 10.-Two form-
r proud cruisers, the Minnesota and
the Marblehead, which helped make
American naval history during the
Spanish War, were sold for junk here
'ecently and are being dismantled at
an Oakland shipyard.
Junk dealers purchased the two
veteran vessels from the navy depart-
nent recently for approximately $20,-
'00.

thought everyone had some talent of
some kind, and if They only find it
out in time, they could do something
they would really enjoy.
"Now take myself, for instance,"
7e continued. "I used to teach kind-"
ergarten, but even though I haven't
Much ta'ent, I like to entertain peo-
ple, so I gave up trying to make the
l ren bitehave. (MlViss Constul looks
like a little girl herself) and devoted
yself to this interesting work." Miss
Constul leaned back in the enormous
chair and smiled, saying, "Foreign
students are doing so much, don't you
think?"

C3. Jlain and Washington
Capital $300,000 Surplus $300,000

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Resources $4,000,000

WHERE DOES
HEIRLOOM JEWELRY
COME FROM
MOST EVERY FAMILY HAS SOME ARTICLES
OF JEWELRY THAT ARE PASSED FROM
ONE GENERATION TO THE NEXT AS HEIR-
LOOMS
AND IN BUYING GIFT JEWELRY THAT MAY
BE AN HEIRLOOM IN THE FAMILY IT IS IM-
PORTANT THAT YOU BUY IT WHERE THE
NQUALITY WILL INSURE ITS LASTING FOR
YEARS
We guarantee the quality of each piece purchased here
MAKE YOUR GIFT SELECTIONS EARLY
We have a large number of Suggestions that will help you
do your XMAS SHOPPING at
MAILER Z FlllR

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