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December 15, 1921 - Image 8

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-12-15

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

There will be no meeting this week
of the Underclass Conduct commit-
ee. Announcement will be made
ater on the first meeting after the
Christmas vacation.
The
Largest Line
of
Popular-
Priced
Holiday Gifts
Hoag's
209 - 211 East Washington
PHONE 112

LOCAL NATIONAL GUARD MEN
SWORN INTO RANKS MONDAY
Members of the local National guai'd
were given their physical examina-
tions and were sworn into the ranks
Monday night at the Armory.
The unit, composed of more than 65
men, will be known as Company I
125th Infantry. Federal inspection and
drill will be held Friday evening, Dec.
16.
TRAVEL INSURANCE !
The perils of loss or damage to
your traveling outfits and valuables
are constant and many:
Hazards of
FIRE THEFT WRECK
in or on
Hotels, Depots, Clubs, Railroads,
Steamers, Buses, Taxicabs, etc.; or
you may similarly lose belongings at
your Country or Golf club, or Laun-
dry and many other places.
POTTER & ALLSHOUSE
601-4 FIRST NAT'L BANK BLDG.

Skeleton, Said
To -Be frythical

riestess,

found

TUTTLES

A Place to bring your friends
Nowhere is the food better
Nowhere is the service more prompt
TUTTLE'S LUNCH ROOM
Maynard Street

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HEAR
JUDGE WM. H. HARRISON,
The Greatest Negro Orator
and be informed on all American Race Issues, on
THURSDAY EVENING, DEC. 15
1AT 8:00 O'CLOCK

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at the

Second

Baptist Church

Corner Fifth Avenue and Beakes Street
--For reservations address R. M. GILBERT, 216 Beakes St.

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samma-

Relish!
-you will relish English Ovals
-a pleasing taste
-a flavor that gratifies
-the aroma of fragrant tobaccos
--made by Philip Morris
-In'com-pa-ra-bly fine!
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(By Associated Press)
Hilo, Island of Hawaii, T. H., Nov.
19.-(By Mail.)-The skeleton of a wo-
man, believed that of the last of the
priestesses of the Hawaiian fire-god-
dess Pele, whose traditional home was
in the Kilauea volcano on this island,
was found recently in a carefully pre-
pared crypt not far from the smoking
crater.
Tomb Found in Crater
The tomb was found in the western
sector of the main wall of the great
outer crater of Kilauea, where onc'
stood a great temple dedicated to Hi-
iake, the sister of the goddess Pe!e
Nothing now remains of this temple
The last occasion upon which it ap-
peared in history was when it was
visited by Princess Kapiolani in 1824
when the royal Hawaiian-Christian
journeyed to the volcano for the pur-
pose of uttering defiance to Pele. Tb
journey formed the motif of one of
Alfred Lord Tennyson's poems. Local
radition says that the princess wa
met at the crater rim by a haggard
riestess-the last of her line-wh,
came from her abode in the ruined
emple near by and made one last at-
'empt to over-awe the princess and to
lppeal to her fear of the super-natural
Burled in Sitting Position
The tomb believed to be that of this
priestess was discovered immediately
below the site of the temple. The
position of the bones indicated that
she had been buried in a sitting posi-
tion, with her back propped against
the wall, with her head placed so that
her sightless eyes were in line with a
small orifice immediately in front of
1er and in a direct line with the mile-
distant fire pit of the volcano.
STATE NAVAL ESERVE
TO HAVE2000 AN.1
(Continued from Page Three)
weeks' instruction, depending upon
rating.
Each unit of the reserves holds
weekly drill in the armory of its home
ciety, one and one-half hours being de-
voted to drill in one of these periods.
New Law Will Be Effective
The proposed new law that will be
submitted to congress, will, if passed.
be more workable, effective and of
Treater advantage to the organization,
Commander Brodhead believes. It
would divide naval reservists into
three classes, the first consisting of
all active members of the force, each
of whom would be paid a day's pay
for each drill, the maximum number
of drils to be limited to five a month
and who would be given regular pay
during cruises; the second consisting
of merchant marine reserves compos-
ed of men in active seafaring occupa-
tions, and the third class composed ofl
volunteer reserves made up of tech-
nical men. There would be no drills
or compensation for members of the
second and third classes.
Commander Brodhead made it clear
it was to the advantage of all Reserve
members to enter the present clasr
six before the first of the year in order
that they might not lose their records
of continuous service.
LEGION OFFICER TO HEAR
EX-SERTICE MEN'S CLAIMS
James A. Andrews, sectional welfare
officer of the American Legion, will
come to Ann Arbor on Thursday to
meet all ex-service men who have
claims pending.
Mr. Andrews is especially anxious to
meet those men who have seen the
clean up squad recently. His office in
the Cornwell building, on east Huron

street, will be open from 9 to 5 o'clock
today.
PHILADELPHIA STUDENTS'#
EDUCATION FOUNDATION POOR
Philadelphia, Pa., Dec. 14.-Forty
thousand children in Philadelphia be-
tween 14 and 17 years annually leave
the city schools with such little funda-
mental education that the majority fall
into dead-end jobs, declared a sub-
committee of the industrial relations
bureau of the local Chamber of Com-
merce.

Prof. A. E. White in Conference Today
Prof. A. E. White of the chemical
engineering department and director
of the department of engineering re-
,earch will be in conference here to-
day with the Research, Committee of
the Michigan Founcirymen's and the
Detroit Foundrymen's Associations.
Buy your tickets now.
WEDGETYPE
IEPRESS
No more wrinkled or lopsided neck-
ties. Use the WEDGEPRESS TIE--
PRESS. Takes but a moment to place
the tie over the wedge and push it in.
It works while you sleep and in the
morning you have practically a new
tie. There is no beit to take the life
and lustre out of the silk.
A necktie makes the best Xmas gift
when it is accompanied by a WEDGE-
TYPE TIEPRESS, which will make
the tie last twice as long, and keep it
free of wrinkles until it is worn out. We wl ega1os n r ed s rp
We wi bgld to send free descrip
tive mater to anybody. Send a postal
card today . . . or better yet send
$3..0 and the WEDIGETYPE TIE-
PKESS will be sent prepaid. We take
all the risk and agree to refund your
money if it does not do the work to
your own satisfaction and if it is re-
turned within five days.
We have a special offer to make to
a very limited number of students who
wish to pay their expenses by demon-
strating this useful article among
their friends. If interested send stamp
for our special proposition to demon-
strators.
W"VE DG EIT-Y PE-
T"IEAPR ESS
TH ESPAY EI-HCO.
IFORT WAYME,IND.



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CHRISTMAS Greeting Cards
Stationery and Gifts

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MAY-
the holiday season be filled with happiness and good
cheer for you - and may the New Year bring with
it prosperity and good health, not to say anything
about the good marks.
A. F. Marquardt
Tailor
608 E. Liberty

"Say

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an unusually desirable

selection

STUDENTS SUPPLY STORE

For Christmas

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it with Flowers"

GEORGE BISCHOFF
220 CHAPIN STREET

PHONE 890-Fl

ANN ARBOR

i I 1 SO. UNIVERSITY AVE.
DISCOUNT
on GIFT BOXES and

GREETING CARDS

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We are overstocked as we did not an-
ticipate the early Christmas vacation.
These Gift Boxes are the choicest se-
lection of New Stock from
CRANE,
H URD,
WHITING,
HAMPSHIRE,
AND OTHERS
in linen, vellum, kid and bond finishes

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SUITABLE FOR

CHIPWOOD

FATHER

MOTHER

SISTER

BROTHER OR FRIEND

-the new inter-collegiate
20c champion 4 for
each 75C
Collars
& Shirts
EARS. & WILSON TROY.N.Y.

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Smaller boxes for those you wish to remember; more pretentious
ones for those to whom such a gift is fitting!
Prices range from $1.00 upwards
0.VD. MORRIL
17 NICKELS ARCADE
OPEN EVENINGS UNTIL CHRISTMAS

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DANCES FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Tickets at Graham's, Slater's and Wahr's uptown
Fischer Drug Co. and Coodyear Drug Co. downtown

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