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______________________THE :MICHIGAN DAILY FRIDl.AY, DECLMWiR 1

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Uncle Sam Converts Steamers Into Sp(

eedy Motorships
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n1itiation At Union i
Galens7, junior honiorary medical;S~snst
li heir annual banquet aiid Gretng 'ur-
niiition Tuesday night -t the I 7nion.'
Dr. Preston M. Hickey, professor o Fellow Students
oe ntge nology in the mledical school
Ite al toa stmaster, and Doan Hugh ww
'abot, D-;.. (. Carl Hluber Lad Dr. S
i D n l s n f t e Il~ l~ l f c lyThe initiates w ere 1.. Brink m an ,G .
a. Carmichael, C. C. Chapple, F. M. -
)gle, B 13. B. air, .l. F. Huber, F. K.-
<by, N. . Moin, oEry, C. iA,. S.u
timnpso n, *W.TW. '1 horns and F..1 B _ -

15 ACCEPT INVITATIONS W . .. .
This year 15 Univer sity sudnt
he entertained in the homes of Anei._
wans lii; iDoit , (Oltres wP o Ls
Grand RaMpids and Lansing, Each V.. irnuit id oere drIi, & 'Iana"Bid o i iiTifomNwprNe',V.L
year a number of foreign students r'
rnas vaNEWPORTi nearS, Michin leI gfourteen 9,500-ton single-screw Ship-;TOKIO.--Two thousand homes were \W
nia vaatin i nerbyMiciga Ithe first of its reconverted motorships, ! ing Board vessels into niotor craft destroyed by fire Friday at Namazu,
cities. Through Miss Lois Manning the "Tampa," the United States Ship- Th'le ship were lying idle, rotting. Shizuoka rfcue
and the A. A. U. W. such hospitalityj ping board is preparing to put its!Who en the "Tmp"wsgie ra
is ,b e in g p ro v id e d fo r th e h o lid a y s. o p e ra to rs in to p o sitio n to c o m p ete iru n , fro m N e i p o rt :N ew s, V a ., it w asSt d n s h v g a c e ed i i a i o s w h c e pl o er ed E o e n v s -I h ec a i n , l o , f t e f r t e ;
for the coining holidays "are: II. C. I sels. The placipng of the "Tampa," as test of a new type of Diesel en gine.
ChagadJhso sno!afrrne-o hrenohrlk!China, who will visit in Grand Rapids;j ships, on the high seas, is declared 1 ->
Dr. Luang Kal Vibhag andl Dien Kana- I by ocean shippers to be one of the MEXICO CITY.-The war deiarn-
sut, of Siam, and H-. C. Chang, of foremost steps ever taken ,ii Ameri- !ment has instructed military c oi-'
China, who will visit in Kalamazoo; I can shipping. !niandants to punish severely any per- '
E. C. Chao, B. H. Louison, Y. M. Chiao WVith~ Amei-can siip operatorrs ons discovered carrying out seditious
and K. A. Chang, of China, who will mec~ . puopanrno ori~ or anti-government propaganda.
visit in Lansing; Mitsu Nishihara i(Congress voted .$25,000,00a ato -c "Pi I'S 8 C C
and Harry S. Inada of Japan, will visit i a $50,000,000 0rgat1ovr aroieDa~l etses
in Detroit. I
It is possible that four mior, foreign'M,
students will be in homes in Detroit, Elk A
Dec. 28 and 29. This makes a total
of 15 foreign students be ing entertain-_____________________
ed by Americans in M ichigan. IIA.~Ltim a
The student guest will spend threes
or four days with his host and hostess.
During that time the guest will be s g-gesiouns fretgoadcminheoies
much as though hie hadl livedl as a
member of the family.
Have a look at our Christmas window-you will surely
DERI.Teappropriations cut fndan
will be contested by Reserve officers fn in it dust the articles you are looking for this year. ______
here. Beautiful framed scenic and sacred pictures complete, I%
______________________ prices ranging from 50c up. They must be seen to be appre-
ciated.I
W ishing You aSplendid line of imported tapestries direct from FranceIAE T
Very erryand.. Belgium at unheard-of reduced prices. These include I
Vey M rypanels, table runners, cushion-tops, rugs, etc. 111Suh ivriyAe
Christmas Orders are now taken for tapestry hand-bags at spe-
and a cial prices.
Happyi Remember we have in stock everything in the wall
HappyT paper or paint line.

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