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The Michigan Daily, 1921-12-16

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R THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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TOWN GIRLS
VACATION

PLAN
PARTIES

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40O CARl DEALERS
FAGE HEAVY FINES.

"Say it with Flowers'
For Christmas

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Several parties have been planned
for University women who expect to
be in Ann Arbor for the Christmas va-
cation. The first of the series will be
a sleigh ride party next2Tuesday. On
Friday afternoon, Dec. 23, a tea will
be given at the Cheever dormitory and
Christmas carols will be practised.
Saturday night these carols will be
sung at the hospitals according to the
uisual custom, A hike has been plann-
ed for Tuesday, Dec. 27, and the con-
dluding party will be given New Year's'
Eve.
The committee for vacation enter-
tainmcnt, of which Lucy Huber, '23, is
,.hairman, plan to send out invitations
to these p:-rties to all women who have
sgned up in one of the blue books#
signifying their intention of spending
the vacation in Ann Arbor and it is
requested that all women sign up at
Qnce.
Patronize oar Advertisers.-Adv.
A Reliable Jeweler
1 13 South Mair
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Urn. lW). fler ire~ide Th~eatre
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Used .auta
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Y OUNG men, old men, particular
men; smart, conservative or "snappy"
dressers-all will be glad to get Christ-
mas gifts of Cheney Cravats. Colourful
desigps and rich weaves make these
cravats truly distinctive.

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Salesnien Must Have Lie-
Before lau 1 Under
Condlon Act

GEORGE BISCHOFF
220 CHAPIN STREET
PHONE 890-Fl ANN ARBOR

Lect them now to take home to Father,
d the Boys-and for yourself.
SOLD BY
Mack & Co.. Main St. N. r. Allen, 211 S. Main St.;
F. W. Gross, Main St.; Wadlarns & Co.. 2o S. Aan
St.; S. 0. IDavis. 'o gcry Shoj). =to S. Main St.;
Lindenschm-idt Apfel Co., 209 Main St. ; Revile, Conlin,
k'je'-el Co.. 200-2:02 S. Main St.; J. F. Wuerth Co..
222-22. S. Main St.; Watlharns & Co., Nickels
Arcade.

Chlrstmas Greetmgs

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Order your ice cream for the holiday season now

SUNDAY'S 3-LAYER BRICK
VANILA CREAM
ORANGE ICE
TUTI FRUTI

CHRIS TMAS SPECIALS
TWO LAYER ITOL LY BICK
CHERRY CLT ARD
PISTACHIO PINE APPLE BITS
LONDON PUPI)IN.
CI BERItY VICE
TUTI FRUTI CREAM

OFFICIALS POINT TO HUGE
SUCCESS FOR NEW RULING
Lansing, Dec. 14-With only a few
days to go before used car dealers are
required to have licenses under the
Condon certificate of title automobile
act, more than 4.000 dealers in this
state are apparentlyrfacng the pros-
pect of a fine or a prison sentence.
The Condon act, among other things
provides that all dealers in used mo-
tor vehicles must have licenses by
January 1, 1922. So far only 250 have
taken out licenses. It is estimated
that there are between 4,000 and 4,500
dealers in Michigan. For failure to
have license after the prescribed date
the law provides penalties of a $1,000
fine or 3 years imprisonment or both.
Another phase of the Condon act
wich is not, according to the depart-
ment of state officials, being fully lived
ip to, is the section providing that
after Oct. 1, 1921, all traisfers of auto-
mobiles for which certificates of title
have been taken out must be accomp-
anied by the transfer of the certificate
of title and the issuance of a new title
to the purchaser of the car.
In effect this would mean that when
in owner, selling a car for which he
has secured a .title, cmpletes the
transaction he notify the department
of state and assign his title to the new
owner. The new owner, under the
'aw, is then given 10 days in which to
-'end the assigned title to the depart-
ment of state, with a fee of $1, and
*equest a new certificate made out to
him.
About a dozen instances where deal-
-rs in used cars have failed to transfer
titles have come to the attention of
the department of state. The dealers.
in each case, have been given five days
in which to comply with the law. In
case of failure penalties of a $1,000
fne or 10 years imprisonment are
noro'vided.
To date aboui 185,000 certificates of
titles have been issued under the Con-
don act. Several thousand of them are
,nmcaimed because of incorrect ad-
dresses on the applications, and about
s many applications have been re-
turned because they were not filled out
-roperly. Department of state officials
look for -a sudden rush of certificate
+ite business after the first of the
year, as there still about 300,000 mo-
tor vehicle owners who have not
taken out titles.
That the new law will be a huge
successls the opinion of the depart-
men officials, who point to the fact
that a dozen or more missing cars
have already been recovered through
the medium of the information con-
tained in their certificate title.
COLORADO DIRECTOR VISITS
PHYSICAL TRAINING DEPT.
Miss Claire Small, director of the
department of physical education for
women at the University of Colorado,
was in Ann Arbor for a few hours
Monday afternoon and evening in-
specting the work of this University in
connection with the physical education
of women.
Miss Small was very muc interest
ed in what she saw of the University
here, particularly with the large-num-
ber of students.

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We take this opportunity of
extending to you and yours our
sincerest wishes for a Merry
Christmas and a Happy New
Year.

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I Let us have your orders now and we will deliver to your door
at your convenience. Orders for Sunday must be in by 9 P. M.
Saturday.

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218 SOUTH MAIN STREET

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we hope this will be the
most joyous hoiday season
you have ever experienced
- - Almendinger "s
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305 Maynard Street
NOTE-Our January Records are in and
at your disposal.
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Before going home you should in-
spect the remarkable assortment of
Traveling Goods displayed at tlis
large store.
Perhaps to add to your own con-
venience, perhaps as a gift for a friend
you will find our assortment interesting.
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Only Eight ore Shopp-
i Days before Xmas
GIVE USEFUL GIFTS
THE NORTHLAND SKI - All Sizes and Kinds $1.50 to $14
Sleds for the Boys and Girls
SNOW SHOVELS - Galvanized Iron, Steel and Wood
Priced from 25c to $1.50
THERMOMETERS FROM 30c TO $1.00. PYREX CASSEROLES FROM $3.00
TO $8.00. PYREX PIE PLATES. PIE SERVERS. SILVER WARE. ELECTRIC
TOASTERS AND GRILLS. ELECTRIC SAD IRONS AND LAMPS.
AUTO ACCESSORIES
DENATURED ALCOHOL FOR RADIATORS

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