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December 19, 1924 - Image 8

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PACE EiIGT

THlE MICHIGAN DAILY

CEt mAY, DECEBE R , is ir

DEBS ACTIE AGAIN 'Figures Show $80,000 Yearly.
.- :,s , r~r z _ - Spent For Dances By Students

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AN IDFAL GIFT

Figures taken from the hooks of Approximately 40 fraternities ofi
several local dance halls b~y The about 25 memuber's each stpend~ $15 per
Daily show that approximately $80,- individual for Itwo)house Iparie(s each

000 yearly is a conservative estimate
of the amount spent for (dances by the
students of the University. This is
$20,000 less than the amount spent
by students of the University of Wis-
consin, according to a recent report
from that institution, which claims
the Conference championship in "fuss-
ing," due to the fact that $100,000
is spent every year by Wisconsin stu-

year, an amount equal to $8x0,000.
Adldedr to t his, the aninual J-H-op costs
each of the 7r00 students 'w ho attend
at: least $10 for the ticket, taxi serv-
iee, refreshments, and other neces-
sary incidenftals, making a total of
1$7,000.
The Senior ball, Sophomuore Prom1,
Freshman F+rolic, Military b~all, Arch-
itects ball, an( Publications ball

Th~ Ne ichigan Galendar
75c0
hr' BokSor

St.lte Sr.

Open Evenings Until Xmas

Main St.

dents for; dancing and like amuse- amount to about $7 apiece for each.
ments. of the 250 com,)les. With this as the
jFor Friday and Saturday dances at' basis, the yearly comjputation is about
the Union, the average weekly re- $10,310.

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ceipts are $410, while Granger's, with
three dances a week and a standard
price of $1 per couple, takes in about
$500 a week. Multiplying the total
of $910 per week received by the
r !wo dance halls by 35, the approxi-
;'nate ntumber of weeks in the school
.-ea.-, gives a total of $l,3)as the

S Adding up the totals from all of
Sthese sources, the grand total for the
tyear is $79,160. In every case of ap-
iproxinmation, The Daily has taken the
'lowest figure, making a. minimum ex-
penditure in each item.
Don't dlelay--Pay your Subscription
r odlay. ' : :

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lic-ft to Egit : Victor :B(r, r, Borthia Hvlne White, and Eugene V. De

This trio
hotel in New
the national
tive as ever
release from

(f nationally kznow ii
York recently while
executive (oinnit tee
in Socialist a t'fairs,
prison mouthis ago.

,: ci,its was snapped outside their
at eilngthe semi-annual conference of
o h Scriaist party. Debs is as ac-
de'4iht the illness which' followed his

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' S d '. _.... BULLETIN

Publication in the Pulletii is construct ive notice tt.. Lal -neiubers of
the University. Copy roccived by the A,'sistant to tht P-esident until
3:30 p. in. (11'.30 a. in..Saturdlayi
volie I li D 6V, 0;( 1.1K~ ~,2 92 N.umber 71
IDill not be al Icto ii 2y1-1, Ii[ci l if~ rnc 1o
Pi iay. VlerfV. IFinney.
'ili0reilar100ingwill be 11(1 of o sdy, Januanry ii, at 7 :30 P. M.
in Room Iii':Na naIll ic 2 e.iiii aion of new members Will
take lila(,c. 'T'le -follovng r c's wvill he 1i,1(1:
"The Fteof snia1 ~oc Sa eall o in i lhe IHumna nBody'' by Pro-

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SMARTLY dressed men in the
style centers of the world know
there is no substitute for a Stetson.
S TET SO N HAT S

-The Nlwd'rn Thcotry of !nb
RareMnscit
F rom Orient Arc-
Gift 'Toib%

1t. linii lt, Secretoiry.
1',win" ci in clearing campus walks
c (,< hay falls of snow. Main thor-
{Ii ,T lO i wl l lhe cleared every
;t;: IAA lfcr 8 oclock, it is said.
!Y %''1h)NlZFE IDAILY ADVERTISERS .

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Get one of these smart new
tuxedos for wear at holiday

Styled,

for

young men

gayeties.
tailored.

They're superbly
Hart Schaffner &c

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The cetrinil ina uI i :,:c: '+.
presentedI to the Univ ersity ;: .
t roit man\wh) preferri l I 'e
zianie re'niniiIin unknown. hi'U ~
paicked and pl a ced tit Si 0I1 i.-L
mromill the Lib .--ry"
The collection is l eiug aii'a, aZ t
and stored with the grenicil cave, a
it is one of t !:c inia>3t valna t31 thf1'U
library has raiceiv ed in sonicon 3.Fi ,
the opinion cf William a 'n:
op, librrian, the 1ne , c IV
not be inatceil for natvb a
owned' by other utim'.litv °-e '
in the country.
Priincctoni' and Y,116 have a are y
dea'¢l of orie,-ntal ta ei I aUe o-
urnes 1rooaddted to t he 'aiyco
library areunique., n int !Iba tiai 14
from thimsi~ perial libmry of a ' tncr-
ish sull a.n and are consf'n1 ctlN ye -
marklably 1alfliic= i ad l' ii(.,
Regulations are ,c d irawn i:) Zat
preCsentfor 0'the 'use('1 1, ' l eU
a ~enthey ai care arr.s , tiit,
a cnaLaogue will pro;), 1 ', a'~
(ed on them andl they wN ill Qi1,x1
in the cases in the lows r <<id'm
the lirary.
Plows "Will Cleanl
oi Snow From Walks
Two plow; iwill be n'~cd h11the
I luilrding andl'Grounds (11)1tamPii,'.
Heads Canal Zo .e
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i{ \
:: t $
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:.''''"'' '' '$ :{: " Fr
Vic?;'

A GIFT

unuisual
But Moare Than
Satisfy~ng
to Itheo l011 1 il o needs.I*
W'vouldn't_ yout think so, if
vonI had been wondering
v Iire t Ii Microscope that
-ol must have to finish your
'ourlse in medic~ine was to
coiie front, andI if, on Christ-
mas morning, you ,found a
1--iitz, a Bausch & Lomb, or
tsilncer' Micriscope on your
tablle ?
Weo know a number of medi-
(,1'at]iof who would be very
1,,sirpyitf the above were to
nilP5f Ii)oIthem.

FOR YO UNG MEi
MADE BY EDFRHEIMEl( sTEIN COMPANY s
wK.-
/1 Disincti7e
-~~~ ~The last word in correct p r l=
popular two button model
-the trousers in the Eng-_
lish) design with two inchE
cuffs, wide wvaistband, and
half-top pockets. Stop inE
and see this new line, ofE
j Winter Suits.
. And remember that all of -
these suits are made especial-
}i O ly for Tom Corbett. They
F : are made right!
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Marx and others. $37.'°

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-$X50

Here are gifts he'll enjoy

A "Ck1c'tW, 75c /to f~
I} 0 78S. (l/'$
e , /

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t/ J
,",/~ ~/ g/) a' v, $21 /a $

Ifasr, ';oc to $6 a ptair
r i
$4lo$1
Wool0 scarfs, SPT al, $3

ZI i :ail w'ouild bring such hap-
l11sS, it us show you one
ct'i i ie ,,o Microscopes.

(i. CLAUDE MDAKE'S
Drug and Prescription
Store

II RE1I1T -CONLIN 1

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