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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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GIFT SUGGESTIONS

In The Good fellow Driver's Seat
FolloWing is the list if Goodfellow salemix: wi$h posts and timnesp
General- instruitioins for all foodfeiiows:
(1) Contrary to previous anoiinieennts soaesmien sihediiled at 71:45 a.sm. are to relport to tree
Stuient Piblications Building at 7:30 a.n. for paxjers, aprons and instructions. Those not preceded
by anyone at their post are likewise asked to report to the Publications Building to obtain materials.
(2) Any questions or difficulties should be reported immediately to the Goodfellow Editor, 2-3241.
(3) Salesmen scheduled for 12:00 posts on the diagonal, in the engineering arch and in the League
are to turn over their aprons to faculty salesmen and stand by ready to take over whenever the

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THE IDEAL GIFT for
book from Slater's
Free gift wrapping.

everyone is a
Book Store.
336 S. State.

THE PERFECT GIFT for her-Hose'
and Lingerie from Jacobson's.
EIBLER'S JEWELRY STORE now
on State Street. Beautiful stock of
Christmas merchandise. We'll be
glad to help you. 308 S. State.
GIFT HEADQUARTERS-Complete
stocks kodaks, cosmetics, smoking
accessories, pen and pencil sets. See
our gift suggestions. Calkins-Flet-
cher Drug Stores. 324 S. State.
FOR A SELECTION of unusual gifts,
visit De Fries Art Shop, 233 S.
Main St.
MAKE IT A MARCHANDE Fur Coat
and she'll really be pleased. See
our selections. Marchande Furs,
607 E. Liberty.
A FEW SUGGESTIONS for her from
Laura Belle Shop, 1108 S. Univer-
sity. Robes, hosiery, gloves, lin-
gerie, jewelry, sweaters and scarfs.
HANDKERCHIEFS - 25c boxes,
Christmas Greeting Cards, 5 for 51
cents and 2 for 5 cents. All prices.
Wrapping materials, attractive de-
signs. Tree ornaments, tree light-
ing sets. Kresge-corner State
and N. University.

WE CAN MOLD ice cream into love-
ly Christmas designs and give that
added touch to your dinner.
Superior Dairy.
EVERY WOMAN LOVES smart ho
siery. Packed in Christmas box, in'
desirable shades and sizes. Smart-
est Hosiery. Michigan Theatre
Bldg.
SHE'LL LOVE A BAG - Dressy
suede, calf and novelties in black
and colors, from $1.95 to $5.95. The
Elizabeth Dillon Shop, 'round the
corner on State.
SANTA JUMPED out of his red flan-
nel drawers when he; saw our fine
jacket selection. Come in and look
therm over. You'll find one just
suitable for the "Him" on your list.
Men's Toggery, 514 E. Liberty St.
Architects, Surveyors,
Engineers Face Exams
State board examinations for
architects, civil engineers, and sur-
veyors will be held Dec. 27, 28 and
29 in Ann Arbor, East Lansing, De-
troit and Houghton, it was announced
Application blanks may be ob-
tained by writing to the office of
the State Board of Registration for
Architects, Professional Engineers,
and Surveyors, in Detroit.

faculty wish to leave.
(4) Post should not be left until
salesman at each post should turn in

successor appcjrF: materials
his material to The Daily.

may be turned over to him. Last

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ANGELL HALL LOBBY
7:45 Jane Mowers
Sue Potter
9:00 Dorothy Nichols
Betty Gross
10:00 Phyllis McGeachy
Mary Frances Reek
11:00 Patricia Matthews
Rosalind Fellman
12:00 Jane Mowers
Maxine Baribeau
1:00 Janet Clark
Madeline Krieghoff
2:00 Roberta Moore
3:00 Jane Dunbar
Ellen Redner
4:00 AlbertaeRoyal
5:00 Maxine Baribeau
CENTER OF DIAGONAL
7:45 Dorothy Shipman
Ellen Redner
Stanley Swinton
Hadley Smith
Doris Merker
Annabel Van Winkle
9:00 Ann Dredge
Carl Petersen
Tad Lynch
Marjorie Patterson
10:00 Ellen Redner
FrancesKahrs
Phil Westbrook
Mel Fineberg
Marjorie Forrestel
11:00 Ann Vicary
Carl wheeler
Tom Adams
HelenABarnett
Betty Ann Chaufty
12:00 Alberta Wood
Jean McKay
Forrest Jordan
Don Treadwell
Jane Grove
Lee Hardy
1:00 Roberta Leete
Stew Robson
Jim Rae
Pedo Ortmayer
Elinor Sevison
2:00 Patty Haislip
Dorothy Nichols
Bill Davidson
Hal Benham
Jane Krause
Margary Allison
Betty Clement
3:00 Mary Honecker
Zelda Davis
John Nicholson
Dye Hogan
Margary Allison
Betty Clement
4:00 Dorothy Nichols
Ralph Schwartzkopf
Norma Kaphan
Ann Vedder
5:00 Patty Haislip
Jane Grove
Lois Basse

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MICHIA UNO
SUNDAY DINING ROOM SERVICE
1:00 UNTIL 2:30 AND 6 UNTIL 7:30 P.M.
MENU

Orange Grapefruit Coupe Fr
Blue Points on Half Shell
Chicken Noodle Soup/
Branch Celery Mixed Olives

esh Shrimp Cocktail
Iced Grape Juice
Hot Tomato Bouillon
Sweet Pickles

lanked Lake Erie White Fish, Union Style ..........
uthern Fried Spring Chicken, Hot Tea Biscuits. . .
Glaced Imported Polish Ham, Pineapple, Raisin Sauce ..
Stuffed Alma Duckling, Dressing, Spiced Crabapple ....
Grilled Beef Tenderloin, Steak a la Minute ............
Roast Leg of Fancy Lamb, Demi glace, Mint Jelly.. . .
Union Special Steak Dinner............... .... .
Tenderloin or Porterhouse with French Fried Potatoes to+

1.25
1.25
1.00
1.25
1.25
1.25
1.50
order

Potatoes Diced in Cream
French Fried Potatdes
Mashed Squash Brussel Sprouts

Candied Yams
New Peas in Butter

Chef's Salad, Anchovy Dressing
Lettuce Hearts, Thousand Island Dressing
Poppy Seed Layer Cake # Hot Mince Pie
Frozen Chocolate Puff Pineapple Parfait
Black Walnut Ice Cream Grapefruit Maraschino
Swiss Gruyere Cheese with Wafers

ALUMNI MEMORIAL HALL STEPS
8:00 Ann Wehner
Mary Lou Mills
9:00 Frances Aaronson
Ruth Warren
10:00 Polly Stear
Scott Fry
11:00 Jane Baits
Rachel Johnson
12:00 Joan Williams
Jean Thompson
1:00 Mary Jane Woodley
Marjorie Mullin
2:00 Sue Bentley
Nancy Gould
3:00 Connie Bryant
Jane Hart
4:00 Betty Whitely
Margaret Neafie
5:00 Jean Davis
Ruth Barber
LIBRARY STEPS
7:45 Jack Grady
9:00 Charles Heinen
10:00 Sandy Harris
Irl Brent
Elmer Foster
11:00 Dick Strain
Harold Singer

12:00 Warren Solovichk
Robert Ulrich
1:00 William Slocumi
Robert Samuels
2:00 Marshall Brown
Ted Spangler
3:00 Charles Kerner
James Rossman
4:00 Douglas Gould
Marshall Brown
5:00 Carl Rohrbach
Bill Hurley
UNION STEPS
7:45 Blaz Lucas
Roger Kelley 1
9:00 JerryGrossman
Francis Morley
10:00 Lloyd Mowery
Ken Nelson
11:00 George Miller
Tom Snyder
12:00 Merill Johnson
Jerome Brenner
1:00 Hauk Watson
Bernie Sismon
2:00 Leo Federman
A. Paul Smith
3:00 Al Englander
Bill Lopworth
4:00 John Devine
Warren King
LEAGUE FRONT ENTRANCE
7:45 Betty Lombard
Ann Wenters
9:00 Betty Johnson
Sue Barlou
10:00 Mary Major
Jean MacLachlan
11:00 Peggy Healey
Janet Hiatt
12:00 Janet Martin
Virginia Mitchell
1:00 Margot Thorn
Edith Longyear
2:00 Mary Lou McKisson
Tad Lynch
3:00 Phyllis Tonkin
Ruth Strellman
4:00 Jane Frederick
Carey Halleck
5:00 Lib Hegge
Jean Noyes
BEHIND MAIN LIBRARY
7:45 Ralph Mendelson
9:00 Jane Wilson
Clayton Manry
10:00 Jean Fairfax
11:00 Cal Kresin
12:00 Thelma Grace Brown
Frank Rideout
1:00 Edgar Clinton
Erwin Bowers
2:00 Allen Copley
3:00 John Huston
William Muehl
4 :00 William Muehl
5:00 Douglas McNaughton
FRONT OF ROMANCE
LANGUAGES BUILDING
7:45 Hilda Van~Tuyl
Harriet Levy
9:00 Jean Tibbitts
Jane Nussbaum
10:00 Marion Ferguson
Harriet Sharkey
11:00 Barbara Benedict
Jane Elspass
12:00 Barbara Bassett
Patty Haff
1:00 Anne Hawley
Barbara Backus
2:00 Enora Ferris
Mary Minor
3:00 Jane Jewitt
Ella Stowe
4:00 Jean Van Raalte
Kay McIvor
5:00 Claire Ford
Miriam Szold
EAST UNIVERSITY ENTRANCE
WATERMAN GYMNASIUM
7:45 Peggy Cornelius
Angie Roknich
900 Lynetta Tipledy
-10:00 Margaret Van Ess
June de Cordova
11:00 Adelaide Carter
Jeanne Langford
12:00 Marge Risk
Mary Frances Reek
1:00 Barbara Johnson
Elizabeth Luckham
2:00 Carolyn Rayburn
Betty Roberts
3:00 Helen Jimerson
4:00 Fifi Angleson
CarrieFWismer
5:00 Alice France
June Finkbeiner
STATE STREET AT
NORTH UNIVERSITY
7:45 Charles Pink.
John Nicholson
9:00 Horace Tinker
Jack Meyer
10:00 Ed Barrett
Jeep Mehaffey
11:00 Gil Samuelson
Jim Lovtt
12:00 Jack Emery
Bill Steppon
1:00 Karl Wisner
Dye Hogan

2:00 Tom Tussing
Bob Ingalls
3:00 Charles Ross
Phil Balyeat
4:00 Jim Tobin
Herc Renda
5:00 Bill Smith
Bob Hook
ARCADE AT STATE STREET
7:45 Tled Liebovitz
Stuart Gildart
An Ideal Gift
A KASHMIR
WOOL JACKET
from INDIA
They're new!
They're different!

9:00 Dick McClurg
Wilson Deaver
10:00 Robert Luery
Dave Panar
11 :00 Art Howe
Gordon Laing
Don Counihan
1:00 Jack Hoover
Phil Westbrook
1:00 Al Reifman
Ted Liebovitz
Harlan Fraumann
2:00 Galvin Keene
Jack Barry
Seymour Bergsman
3:00 Jack Wynn
Jack Smith
Bernie Goldman
4:00 Al Schinderle
Murray Gottlieb
5:00 Allen Earle
Frank Strunk
ENGINEERING ARCH
7:45 Betty Shipman
9:00 Imogene Drysdale
10:00 Helen Nutting
1 :00 Harriet Sharkey
1 :00 Cecily Forrest
Janet Homer
2:00 Mary May Scoville
Jeanne Davis
Yvonne Westrate
3:00 Alberta Royal
4 :00 Harriet Thom
5:00 Jeanne Stickels
(Tau Beta Pi will also sell
Dailies in the Engineering Arch)
EAST ENGINEERING STEPS AND
NORTH ENTRANCE WEST ENGI-
NEERING
TRIANGLES
NORTH ENTRANCE AN(ELL HALT.
SPHINX
UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
COUZENS HALL
ANGELL HALL STEPS
DRUIDS
DOWNTOWN
Dave Lachenbruch
Leonard Schleider
Paul Chandler
Don Wirtchafter

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MAGAZI N E
Subscriptions
Six Points To Remember
1. Cost of gift subscriptions is small
2. Can be added to other gifts
3. Magazines offer a varied choice
4. Always acceptable and in good taste
5. Lasting remembrance
6. Eliminates wrapping, mailing
BEAUTIFUL GIFT CARDS FREE
WE REPRESENT ALL PUBLISHERS
STOFFLET NEWS CO.
208 South 4th Avenue

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Sunbeam Shavemaster
Remington Speedak

$ 7.50
$ 7.50
$10.00

French, Rye, Graham, White Bread
Tea Coffee Milk

Citron Rolls
Buttermilk

Remington Closeshave .. $14.75
Shick Captain .......$ 9.75
Shick Colonel.$15.00
A few used ones $2.95 and up.

SPECIALS
Broiled Dinner Sirloin Steak, French Fried Onions..... .
Apple Jelly Omelette, French Fried Potatoes ...........
Calves Liver Saute Bacon, French Fried Potatoes..... .
Cold Baked Ham, Breast of Turkey, Potato Salad..... .
Beverage with above
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CHRISTMAS
CARDS

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Largest display in the city.
24-hour service on imprinting.
50 CARDS and ENVELOPES-
your name on each card-as
low as
69c for 50
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