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December 14, 1921 - Image 4

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY WEDN

J-HOP COMMITTEE STARTS J

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M-CHOCOLATES
FOR
Jo Y

BLOOMFIELD'S
FOR
M-CHOCOLA TES

WORK ON EXPENSE BUDGET
Members of the J-Hop committee
are beginning to gather up informa-
ti.n about the budgets of former Hops
with a view to working out expenses
incidental to this year's Hop. No date
has yet been definitely decided upon,
but opinion seems to indicate that it
will be held shortly after the semester
examinations in February, rather than
before spring vacation.
The
Eskimo
wears a one-piece suit, &
he wears it all the year
'round - sleeping or wak-
ing, fishing or hunting,
eating or resting -_-
BUT
who wants to be an Eskimo
with such an Expert and
Reasonable Priced Tailor
so near as
A. G. Marchese
321 S. Main Street

D EPARTMENT PLANS
IMPROVEMENTS IN
CAMPUS BUILDINGS
Various improvements in the cAn-
pus heating and ventilating systems
are being planned by the building and
grounds department of the University.
As a result of numerous complaints,
Statistics have been taken of the heat-
ing and ventilating conditions of the
various buildings. Although these re-

WILL DIRECT VOCATIONAL BUR.
EAU FOLLOWING SANCTION
BY REGENTS
Prof. George E. Myers will direct
the vocational bureau of the Detroit
ublic- schools beginningJan 1 fol-

MAY
this holiday season be a joyous one for both you and her. It will be if
you say Merry Christmas with a box of the original M-Chocolates made
BY
/30loom Fied

I F LO11 in 1k IJ 1 11 11111 5 . 1 fnl-
ports do not bring any radical defects
to light, thermostats are being care-,F owing permissiot granted by the Uni-
ully watched and bad thermometers versity Board of Regents at their re-
replaced. Severalnew machines have cent meeting. Professor Myers will
been installed in the power house in continue his work at the University,
,rder that there be no deficiency in directing the Detroit bureau a short
the supply of heat or ventilating time each week.
Dower. His duties will consist in develop-
In addition, it is planned to build ing the project of the vocational bur-
hundreds of feet of new tunnel in eau which is not yet in complete form
conjunction with the present under- and up to this time is unique among
-round system which carries heat, public schools in this country.
light, power, and electricity to all of At present the bureau consists in
the buildings on the campus. The gathering information concerning
new tunnels will no doubt be incorp- commercial occupations in Detroit.
,rated as a part of the building plan This information is used in vocation-
at present being considered by the al counselling, also students who are
University. _ no longer able financially to attend
school will be aided in procuring po-
SHINES AT BAZAAR NET $30 sitions. Each individual case will
FOR NEWBERRY GIRLS' FUND be taken up by the bureau and the
student will be given the kind of em-

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Handled by all the leading candy stores

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Buy Men'sGifts-
'in a Man's Store
IF YOU make that logical decision,
you're a long way on the highway to-
ward a man's satisfaction. When. you
decide to choose that gift at this man s
store the goal of his gratification is in
plain view.
HOLIDAY SHIRTSf
AN ESPECIALLY EXTENSIVE AND
ELABORATE DISPLAY. YOU CAN
,IMAGINE HOW FINE IT IS WHEN
WE SAY EVEN. GREATER THAN
USUAL..................$1.50 TO $8.00
GLOVES
EVERY SORT FOR EVERY SERVICE,
MOTOR GLOVES, GO L F GLOVES,
FUR-LINED GLOVES, UNLINED AND*
FLEECE - LINED GLOVES, D R E S S
GLOVES OF MOCHA, CAPE, BUCK OR
WOOL................50c TO $10.00
HOSIERY
HOLIDAY DISPLAY OF NEW HOS-
IERY, DISTINCTIVE STYLE, TREAT-
MENTS PARTICULARLY APPROPRI-
ATE FOR A PRACTICAL GIFT.
25c TO $2.00
NECKWEAR
WE SHOW NOW THE VERY SMART-
EST INNOVATIONS IN NECKWEAR-
GRENADINES, NOVELTY KNITTED
EFFECTS ANDCHARACTERFUL BIAS
STRIPES ................50c TO $2.00

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"She stoops to conquer," the slogan'
of the Newberry Shoe Shining parlor'
vas demonstrated at the League ba-
zaar when nearly 300 pairs of, shoes
were shined adding about $30 to the
fund.
The shoe.shining parlor is now per-
manently located in the basement of
Helen Newberry residence. All Uni-
versity women are invited to add to
"the light of State street" by partak-
ing of a Newberry shine.

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B. B. PIPES
Standard of the world and
always the favorite with
Michigan men.
We have been Ann Arbor
distributors for sixteen
years. Class pipes and
pipe repairs a specialty.
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0I31ARDS CIARS CANDIES
PIPES LUNCHEIS SODAS
"We t1ry to treat you right

ployment most suited to him when-
ever possible.
A possible 'development of this will
consist in having vocational counsel-
lors in each high school and inter-
med-ate school in the city. The duty
of the counsellor will be to advise
each student as to what courses to
take that will fit him for his future
profession or calling. This develop-
m'nt is likely to produce highly spec-
ialized vocational training in, the
schools.
WESTERNEIS, SE rTTONAT, CT ' 3,
PLAN MEETING THURSDAY
The first regular meeting of the
Westerners, a sectional club, com-
posed of all students.from thefollow-
ing states: New Mexico, Colorado,
Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, Utah, Ne-
vada, Arizona, California, Oregon,
Washington, North Dakota, South Da-
kota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma,
and western Texas,, will be held at
Lane hail at 7:30 o'clock Thursday
evening.
All students on the campus from th.
enumerated states are eligible for
membership without restrictions, and
are cordially invited to attend and
participate in the first meeting. The
officers of the club are: president,
Maurice R. Norco , '23L; vice presi-
dent, Homer E. Martin, '23; treasurer,
Doris Keller, '22; secretary, Josephine
Lang, '24.
In addition to the regular meeting
here will be dancing and music fur-
iished by the club orchestra. Several
all-campus entertainers will be on the
.grogram.

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Come and

See

the Store

of the Christmas Spirit

See Our Windows and the
Display Inside

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Next to Wuerth Theater

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