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PAGE TWO TEMCIA AL hRDY EEBR1,12

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1924

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An additional humorous feature sec-
tion will be prepared by Halsey Da-
E N I N D IS C O U N T hitf~ % ~ P e us d U d F R T Y A E
vidson, '25, editor of Gargoyle, and
vertingsecionand will be stipe
meried trougoutby cartoonts.Th
CLOSESTOMORROWIavriin hsyear far exceds th MEEat" LNC
Expect TOta of 3,OO Subs~rbtlons;I During the vacation the edtorlal Ftreshmnen %Gaer at Union in 1Last
Hope for 1,000 JBefore stf ilcnld h ragmnsAs~e mhy Before
staf wil cnclue te arangmens Christma s
Iloildaysof the layout with the Chicago en- -
PLAN NEW FEATURES gravers anld artists. Jan and Gluiey1 GROUP H&ARS C+OAC
are the engravers and Cargill and
With two days left in which the company of Grand Rapids are to, print With more than 400 freshmen tax-
1925 Michiganensian may be secured} the book. The sources of art Will be ing the capacity of the main assembly
at a discount, it is thought that there from such artists as Horace Yell andI hall of the Union, the freshman class,
will be 1,000 subscriptions paid before George G. Poster of Chicago; Jack ill aided by the underclass department
the. Christmas vacation, while thej Russell of Toledo; E. W. Kemble, Ed- of the Union, held a~noonday luncheon
total1 sal es this year wi'll reach 3,000.s ward B. Edwards; Carlton Eli~II'ger; meeting yesterday. The meeting was
This Is practically the same as the ! ndi Edwa'rd A. Wilson of New Yorkr. the last before the Christmas holidays.
mark reached last year.! The publications section will, be en- Richard T. Savage, '28, acted as
For those who signed pledges dur- larged and featured more than usual,. toastmaster at the luncheon, being
ing the campaign the price before the Junior staffs of the 'Ensian, Gargoyle, introduced by William L. Diener, '26,
vacation is $5 and after that time it and Chimes will be represented by chairman of the Union underclass de-
will be $5.50. Others who have. not individual portraits. All organization partment. Henry Grinnell, '28, preci-
signed for the yearbook may secure and fraternity copy mzatter must be' dent of the freshman literary class
it at the price of $5.50 up to Friday submitted on regular for~m blanksl gave a short talk on keeping eligible,
and $6 thereafter. and must be typewritten, and after while Paul Burton, '28E, president of
The staff is attempting to carry outI acceptance there can be ero further' the freshman engineering class, 'Chas.
Its slogan that "They 1925 'Ensian will changing of proofing, although acddi-, Johnson, '28E, captain of the fresh-
be different" in every part of the tgoes and subtractions may be made 4 n in the fall games, addressed the
book. In all there will be nearly up to March 1. Forms for the use of , gathering.
1,600 senior pictures arranged on aI organization s will be mailed after, thej Robert Bro'wn, '26, captain of next
page. The senior section is completed holldsys. year's Varsity football team, was the

next speaker and stressed the fact
that freshmen should start in their
first year to participate in activities
on the campus, asking all men who
could to try out for the football squad
next year.
Coach George Little gave the prin-
cipal add~ress, talking on the "West-
Siern Conference" and adlding some re-
marks about Michigan's football
schedule for next year. Coach Little
,compared the University with llli-

}I Those should be mnerely 'avocationsl of the report as issued and believes
Aueppubrdnaedtolheman ur ftatthe remedy lies within the reach
M eetsAun o l pose of college life. 'Our situation is of every individual instructor "I
a matter of public opinion, 'hardly to doubt the courage of the faculty in
(Coninud fom Pge ne) be cured by changes in academic de; bettering the condition however," he
on the whole satisfactory" the Deanvie. said. "Elimination by strict grading
stated. "What we need is not cram- Prof. C. ?1. VanTyne of the history is possible but not easly accomp-
ining but. a real thirst for knowledge."i departmnmt states his hearty approval lished"
ti ~Reed. Agreesj

"All that Mr. Angell says is true,"
declared Prof. T. H. Reed of the po-
litical science department, "since he

nois, commenting on the good sports-I is taking the University a large.,There
manship of the two schools and the{ are of course numbers of students,
friendly relations between them. enough to make a sizeable college by
Coach Little in speaking of the themselves, who are here to learn
strict, adherence to conference rulesE primarily, though that number is
here, cited the example of Ohio small when the total enrollment is
State's star, Hunt, who failed to come' considered
here because the coachtes were un- "I am not opposed to campus or-
willing to correspond with him as ganizations or athletics," Professor
that would be breaking a Conference Reed continued. "But there has been
r~lno. jan overemphasis on things incidental.'

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No Alkali or Acids.
Always at 'Your Service.
We call for and deliver.
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Phone 2721V

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ANN ARIB0R--T0LED0
f.eave jAnn :arbor, Cliambier
Conmmerme, 7 :30 A. 211., 11:00
Call 46~ for Infor'mation.

There will be Dance6 .
at arang-er"&
Friday, Dec. 19 .............9.1
Saturday, IDec. 24 ..........0A2
Saturday, Dec. 27...........9.12
Saturday, ,Jan.:3 ...........9.112)
Also
A regular New Years Eve Celebration 'aiii iane
Wednesday, Dec. 31
MUSIC FOR ALL DANCES BY BILL
WATKINS AND HIS GRANGER EIGHTr
(Cut this Out and Keep Posted)
GiANE - CW Y

as to desigmi and thme pictures will be -
printed by the photographers during
the vacation and sent to the engrav-
er's on January 1. Friday is the final
dlate that senior pictures may be!
taken.
All group pictures must be taken;
during January and the same photog-
raphers that were authorized to do,
*the senior work have been commis-j
stoned to handle this work. They are{
Rentschler, Dey, and Spedding. Ar-
ran gements have' been made by the'
features 'and organizations 'editor to
take pictures of the opera cast at
various points on the trip' during the
vacation. They will be in the same
style as the features last year, but
there will be a greater' variety of set-
tings.

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D on rWe will be open from 9':00
on Christmas morning to fill
orders only.

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previous

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for
Christmas
$5.75 and $6.50,
Vanity
$4.98
J'ust the thing for Mother;
Sister or Sweeheam L

4'. The Green Tree Inn
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/ Luncheon, 12:00-1:30
- Afternoon Tea, 3:00-5:00
Dinner, 5:30-7:00
Orders Taken for=
4 Christmas Plum Pudding
Fruit Cakes Candy Salted Nuts
I - Orders for Cakes
,._.205 South State St. Phone 1306-1t

HABERDASHER
Wishes you a
Merryx~
C i t'mas
and a
Happy New Year
° 119 South Main Sit.

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- Orders for plants, flowers,
Christmas wreaths, table pieces, 4
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for you at Christmas time, all fresh..
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might shirts
b ealth imfd(
Also headl

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ays Department suecr falls short, in things
sting for TIE BOY. A few suggestions-
s, suits, overcoats, sweaters, caps, gloves, mi'tts,
s, pajamras, belts, uuspeders, blouses, Duofold
frwear, stockings, neckweari, etc., etc.
quarters for the official Boy Secout uniforms.

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