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VETERANSKuRESERVE SQUADTOSEND
WAGS TAKEIN FlIVE N iI WAE MAUEET
One faculty. member and four stu- MebrofteRsre otal
dens wreiniiatd ntotheRihar 1squad who have not yet sent in theirn
dent wer intiatd ino te Rihar measurements to the Athletic associa-
N. Hall post of the Veterans of For- tion office for sweaters, should do so
eign Wars Tuesday night at the Union. before leaving this week, to lnsture
The; men initiated into the organiza-, their recc^iving the rewards after the
tion are : Dr. Harry T. Folger of the holidays.
zoology department, S. B. Rentsch,; La'st night seven of the 28 men c li-
23M, K. R. MacDuff, '23E, Hary Pa-' ible for sweaters had not yet sigs- ,1
gels, '25, Harold V. Kelly, '23E. I ed. The association urges that the It
The approaching military ball was: men do this immediately as the sweat-
discussed, and the members were ask- ers wiull 'be ordered during vacationr
ed to get in touch, during Christmas to b~e presented at the re-opening of
vacation, with all alumni who former- school.s
ly belonged to Richard N. Hall post -j
with the object- of forming an alumni Library Club to Hold Party I
league to aid in the completion of the A Christmas party will be given byI
Union reading room. the Ann Arbor library club at 8 -
All fiscal business for the year 1922' clock tomorrow evening in room 110
was closed at this meeting and a new of the library. A group, of Christman
finance committee will be appointed carols, a short play, and a series of
at the first meeting of next year. The tableaux will make up the program
comte ihst nonta.-all members who have not yet paid Lose' somiething? A classified i
heir dues must do' so at once in or- classified act will sell it for youy %Adv

DUJNLOP APP'OINTED TO
PUBLICATION BOARD;
Burton &E. Dunlop, '23, has received
notification of his appointment to the
3oard in, Control 6f Student Publica-
tions. The appointment of flunlop was
made to fill a vracancy created this fall,
by the resignation of one of the mein-
bars of the board.
Rupjet to he Sole O~wner- of laaakees
New York, Dec. 13.- acob Rupert,
annoounced yesterday that- nego-
tiationis [or the transfer to him of (NA.
T. It. Hur'ton's half, interest in ,the
New York Yanlkee~s had beer~ virtuaIlly
completed end that withiti a week: he
YOUR, FRI EN
will be in teres
the campus' a
M ichigan 'act
* home s ome

would be the '"le owner of the Amer-
I lean league champions. The clubs in-
eluding the Yankees seven have anj
estimiatedl value of three minlion dol -
t ars.
WANTED- Two experienced men
to work for room and board during!
the Christmas vacation at the rest-;
'deuce of President Marion L. Burton.
Any students interested are asked to
call at 5:30) o'clock this evening. j
25c rCate for students 445 Huron
WW etTaxi.--Adv.
Got something foisaeA "ly
the Dlaily will fordsale--A daily

IRVING WII3L".OLTS, D.S.C.
CHIROPODIST
706 first Nat. Bank .Bldg.
Phone 1746J

*We Gluarantee to Teach Yi
* to Dance All of the
I MODERN DANCES
In One Course
HALSEY'S 1DA-.CESTUDI(

I I GIFT SUGGESTIONS

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SILK HOSIERY
SILK AND WOOL HOSIERY
WOOL HOSIERY
GLOVES
JEWELRY
COLLAR BAGS
TRAVELING BAGS
UMBRELLAS
BATH ROBES
SILK SHIRTS
PAJAMAS

UN DER WEAR
SPORT COATS
KNIT JACKETS E
SWEATERS
BELTS AND? BUCKLES

HATS

CAPS
OV'ERCOATS
SUITS

HANDKERCHIEF'S
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SANDW ICHES ISANDWICHES!
Have a hot sanidwich and a CUP
of coffee before you go, and take
a sandwich with you on the train

LYNDONAND. COMPANY
719 NOtRH UNI VERSIT"Y

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Wadham 'S and Co.
Two STORES
STATE STREET M4AIN STREET

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Harry Chin, 25, s~ident at the Cur- #
tiss flying school at Mineola, is the
first Chinaman to qualify'for an avia-
ion license.. He easily passed the
rigid tests prescribed by the National
Aeronautical. Association of the Un-
ited States.
WHITE TO INVESTIGATE
NON-CORROSIVE METALS
With the financial assistance of a
Detroit steel, manufacturing, company,
the industrial research d partment of
the UJnversity, under the supervision
of Professor A. H1. White, is preparing
to investigate methods° of manufactur-
ing non-corossive ' metals at' a comn-
mercially reasonable price.
The specific metal desired' Is for wa-
ter conducting pipes , and for, metal
parts, such as in automobiles, exposedI
continually to atmospheric condi-'
tions..
The research department will center
ite attention on methods of manufac-
turfing non-corroding metals at a low-
er price than it is now necessary to
charge, thus making its use more]
common
Guaranteed sil1k stockings, also
silk and wool; the Scout kind, at J.
F. Wuerth Co--Adv.
All wool gauntlet gloves, plain and
fancy, $1.50 and $1.25 at J. F. Wuerth
Co.-Adv.
SLEEP Ar Y 11E RE,, BUT
EAT ATREX'S
THE CLUB LUNCH
712 Arbor Street
NFear State _and rPackard Streets

boo KL iberty

just received

MAVIS AND NUNNALLY'S
CHOCOLATES

Tom

Is the time to redecorate those rooms
that need to be done. for the d-Hop"
LETr 'USOFFER SUGGES'TIONS

CHRISTMAS VACATION

*Talk ItCAt Home U
U A Christmas Vacation Suggestion To Seniors U
* T HIS is your. last year in college. This is your
latChristmas yacation.
* Your career after graduation is a question
® tat you will want to talk over with the folks U
at home. They will be even more interested than
you are, Now is the time to do it,
U The John Hancock has in its field organization U
producers who began as life insurance men' immedi-
m ately after graduation and have made a conspicuous
success of it.
U Why waste time trying out something else which
looks 'just as good" and then come into the life
insurance work to compete with the man who got
U into the game from the start?.
Talk it over at home and remember that you can
get information and helpful advice by addressing ®
Agency Department
* LIFE INSURANCE COMPANYU
® ~Oi BOSTON. MABSACMUO TS

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OSW ALD A. HERZ

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Washing'ton St.

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Greeti~ng!
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A. .Marquardt
TAILOR AND HABERDASHER ,

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