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1VEDNESPA ,v DECEMBE1 , 8, i

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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WEDNJ~ yk PECEMBEfI 8, 1~2~ THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAGE' THR~

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rrnir~ f~QCAMPUS SOCIETIES REQUES'75TED TO
IJLIIH lD11YIIO SIST ANN ARBOC R POR7 CHTLDRN;a
D[COHATIONCardin a.~e row being sent out to all nue and Ann street. Any fraternities!
N O l lraternikies and sororities on the inich fail to receive elOt
campus requesting that these groupswhcarben sntotmyom
Dietroit Arts And Crafts Studies Are j again take one or more children for : llct drclywthhr
Given Prize By J-Hlop Genieral their Christmas parties. The work'
('iii tee At iMeeting this year will be under the directioni-MASQUE 1S TICKE '°TSso h vaiyWlaebra nta
ofth Fmiy efae urauinta PLACED ON SALE:l
CO TA TA S IN D I of the S. C. A., as formerly, and altl 'thfnua asie
houses are asked to reply as to the ( Ilkt o h nulAlsu
Detroit Art and Craft Studios, Inc.,; number they. will take as soon as; play, "Sister Beat riire," which will be jsdcae h inro h -o osbe ie et eko usa n
wasdecard te innr f te JHo posile.giennety, ec.k14on7day, intd
decoration -design contest yestlerdayl The children will be guests of the M Mies tesat, llgo14 n salei thise
fraternitessthedterowitiesgoton saleethis
afternoon -at a meeting of the general frtriisads+oiisa inrafternoon al: 2 o'clo)ck from thbe box
committee of the J-H-op held in thean thn ilbegvncoigad office of the theat(r 1'
IChristmas gifts, according to the planstwill'pce at0an
'Union. The contract for furnishing'Tesa wlIeprcdtiOan
the necessary equipment, to carry out wihhv enfloeii h at 75 cents and the office will be open
th ein a loA numnber of the children will again frm2tI.ocokeer feno
th einwas as given to the De- b a~ueu naeoI~rs yyf lmtd rm t ' oi vr feno
bureaumany from now uip to, andl including the
A variety of designs were submitted,faeatoglmie afternioons3 of the p-rformances. Phyl-
included in which were 10 from stn-irfnso ta ranzto mk i s Loughton, '28, who will direct the
dents. Harold Philpott, '28A, decora- impossible to provide for all the Junior Gi'ls' play, is director of this II
tion chairman, submitted the designs needy ones.prdcin
to a faculty committee of the architec- Mrs., Maude Boynton is executive' podcio.-
tural college of which Prof. Emil s ecrr~t ry of the 1Famiily Welfare b u- NASSAU.-i3aha nr.'s customs offi- i
Loch was chairman for consideration ronadte fie f h ra iza as seized the steamer Gabriella of
before the final decision was made t ion are inI the Chamber of Commerce ;yny .Sna u a etr
the hop1 committee.. A cash pieo buildijg on the corner of Fourth ave-pieo;---------- day.f
W)~ and a ticket to the Hlop was given!'-
the winner.. ceilings , and the lights will be e-
The winning design provides a closed in gold and red crowns. A r;,MI
medieval setting for the annual party.; special shield will be provided for-
Barbara and Waterman gymnasiums each booth on which the crest of the
will be decorated with a. galaxy of frateriiity using the booth will be in-! Today
colors, witli -old and red predominat- scribed. On the shields of the boothsI
ing, the plans provide. Elaborate, occulpied by independents will be ill-and
satin leg drops will hang from the scribed the Michigan seal.ad

Lake Vessels Freed UNlION WILL OPEN
FromSoo lockdeV ,l/ UREU FOR
FromSoo-lockTRA VEL DETAILS
s (By Associated Press)
SAIT STE. MARIE, Dec. 7.- The h 'Ravel information of all kinds will
greatest ship blockade in the historyb.w suplied by a travel information
ci g~ea laks nvigtionapprenl buren aj whic'h opens in the Union to-
lot'tret laes avigtio apprenly iV. The bur bal will be operated by
was near its end( today. Favored byt: - t n hsth proa o 1
mioderating weather., the effort s of i r c ,7eazofstdets
tugs andl a big e earry seeking to'- 'hobureauAwill arrange trlips antd
liberat e more thaniOU10 freight ci's ice~ o4;thIn's01 all kinds with emphasis upon
boun~ siix' ealy Iecenicr I the p p::in travel. It has information
;and (lowiiloulid channels below here e sfedues, itineraries and similar
be! an to accomplish resdlt"S.a. The bureau is managed by
!This morninig, after a tug had brok- ! 1±iske '27,. andl two other stu-
( 1 open a lane, the enct 'ire ipouiil ale..'. It is expected that it will tle-
fllect bi' coal carriers, nimber'ing 4a', lli the future along the lines of
vesse ls, bega"i iovirng. At the same >h~~~Ia~v ~~ lbuesno
ime the giant car ferry Sainite M~ariec operating in Yale, Dlartmnouth and
was renewving, her attack on the ice 'lhII r chools by students on a coi-
barrier in the ownboanrul channel, ,-iaitiv a basis.
which holds back a long; fleet of grailsn l t c bureau has organized as peqial
carriers. Louri through Europe which will leave
The ferry succeeded inl breaking out ll.Tune on the S. S. Volendam,'and on
the steamer Coulee, which was cross-,!\'whic'hthe orchestra of Caryl Lund-
wise in the channel. Tphe plan is tee qui t, 27, wvill play.
"snake out" the General Gareston and
then break ai path to Hay lake. WASIIINGTQN.-A serum to :com-
________________- Ibat sleeping sickness has been do-
l GIERN, :Fanc.-CaudeAloetdeveloped at St. Elizabeth's hospital
famous artist., is dead. here.

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Frederick Alexander, Conductor
Old Noels in Latin, French, Russian, English. -
English Madrigals, French and Irish Folk Tunes.
Auditorium, Ypsilanti, Thursday., Dec. 9, 8 P. M. -
-. Tickets 50 cents at doors.
Choose Your Christmas Gifts
. From Our List
We now have a full line of silverware of the choicest
patterns. Pyrex of the best quality. Ahizminum ware of
the best grades. Granite ware without blemish. White
enamel ware, the ideal ware.. Cutlery, with a keen edge.
Axes and Hatchets, the finest of finish. Search lights with
brightest of lights. Thermos bottles of all sizes. Guns and
ammunition for all sportsmen. Sleds, skates and skis for
the kiddies. Electric Goods that stand the test. Clocks
that never sleep. Notkoli counter filled to overflowing. Locks
to mnake everything secure. In fact, many articles for Yule- j
tide gifts.
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SHE LEFT THE INN AT DAWN, and hastened to
her father and her fiance, demanding that they avenge her.
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