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December 08, 1955 - Image 12

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Michigan Daily, 1955-12-08

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TSE MICMGAN DAILY

MSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1953

THE MICHIGAN DAILY 'HTTRSDAY. flECEMBER ft ThEN

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ess the Michigan Way!
Michigan Leather Sleeve
Jackets... $17.95
shmere or cotton white T-shirts
omplete with Michigan Seal
and zipper at neek....
$3.25
£tei' & Setj SPORTING
GOODS
206 E. Washington
"WALK A FEW BLOCKS & SAVE $ $"

WHERE ARE THE PEOPLE?
A nn Arbor at Night: Disappointing
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On a crisp wintery evening pher Hal Leeds picked up his cam-
with face-chapping winds blow- era and started on a tour of the
ing about the remnants of an ii- campus area.
potent snow that hadn't succeeded It was nine o'clock and he ex-
in blanketing the area, Photogra- pected overflowing libraries, thea-

ter crowds fighting to see the
latest Cinemascope adventure,
throngs leafing through book store
bargains, students clustered around
professors after two-hour evening
seminar courses.

He was disappointed.
Angell Hall Library was only
half full. Silence dominated ex-
cept when someone coughed or
moved a chair. One girl was
sleeping, holding her glasses in her
hands.
The most excited of the group,
a sturdy fellow, held an unlighted
cigarette wondering if he dared.
Angell Hall lobby contained
three chattering girls, carefully
dissecting their favorite profes-
sor's ideosyncrasies.
In a local coffee shop, a couple
attempted to carry out a study
date -- but their interests were
not very strongly attached to the
opened books beside piles of cups
and saucers.
Six people went to the movies
for the last evening performance
at one theater. No one ventured
near the other.
Two couples were strolling
around, dashing into store en-
trances to .gaze at window displays
and leave the biting winds for a
few moments
In the book store one fellow
continued selecting and rejecting
pocket books and a man was ab-
sorbed in low-priced "bargain" art
prints.
Later -- three cars drove down
State St., two from the east, the
other from the west. The light
turned red 'and they were forced
to stop.

This Christmas.
For The First Time

AT THE COFFEE SHOP
... anybody for study?

AT THE LIBRARY
... will she perhaps awaken soon?

it's really washable
SHAMPOO SUEDE BLOUSE
We've taken the "handle with care" sign off imported suede
. and let you wash it, at home, by hand or machine.
As luxurious as ever, in new Christmas Light colors. Smartly
tailored, richly rayon lined . . . with warm, .nylon knit
collar, cuffs and waist ... smooth zip front. In sizes 38-46.
$ 2 95
WILD'S
State Street on the Campus

AT THE ACADEMIC SPOT
. . who can stand his lectures?

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AT THE BOOK SHOP
... which is really the best bargain?

AT THE MOVIES
... what happened to the rest of them?

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DAILY PHOTO FEATURE
Pictures By HAL LEEDS
Story by ERNEST THEODOSSIN

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AT THE COFFEE STAND
... coffee for one?

IMEN

214 SO. FOURTH AVE. PHONE

NO 25604

Introducing0...

Open Daily 9 A.M. to 5:30 P.M.

Open Monday & Friday Nites 'tli 9

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