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Walk Over

RED CROSS MAKES PLEA
FOR CHRISTMAS BOXES

our,
Savalier"
For Women
Boot of unusual value,
ost distinctive style. In
irk brown and 'dark tan
ussia calf, with the new
w military heel.
Li sizes: Triple A to D

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SENDING

OF COMFORT
"SAtMIES" IS
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alk-Over Boot Shop
loffetetter, Prop. 115 S. Main Street

The American Red Cross has issued
a call for aid in supplying Christmas
boxes to every soldier and sailor in
the service, both at the front and at
the training camps. These boxes are to
contain little luxuries and comforts;
for camp life which will remind the
boys that those at home are really
thinking of them.
Arrangements have been made by
the division headquarters at Chicago
for a supply of boxes containing the
things the boys are in need of at the
present time. Everyone who is anxious
to make a homesick boy happy on
Christmas day is asked to contribute
$2 or more to the Washtenaw county
Red Cross chapter. The money will
be used exclusively for this purpose.
Profits from the Red Cross booth at
the Arcade festival will be devoted
to this Christmas fund. Suggestion3
will gladly be given to those who are
making their own boxes for their par
ticular friends.
Subscriptions for the Christmas box-
se' may be left at the Arcade booth,
where Christmas greeting cards will
be furnished. Thus the donor may
add a personal touch by a written
message to the boy "somewhere in
France."
CHICAGO PLAYS NORTHWESTERN
TODAY IN CONFERENCE FEATURE

Jars Gold Loose-
By Bell 's Clatter
Blim! Blam! Bang! "Get your
tickets for the jitney dance, right this
way."
The cowbell of the ballyho manI
moved in a tremendous arc to the
right, swung to the left, and ended
in a tremendous clatter on the top
of the tin pans. Just then a shy lit-
tle girl with a complexion that resem-
bled a rainbow on a frosty morning
grabbed the shrinking Daily man and
persuaded him to drop the last nickel
of his humble salary into her tambor-
ine.
He backed against the cold stone
front of one of the booths and indulg-
ed in a long satisfying stare. A
haughty senior was passing, bearing
with injured dignity a tin pan full of
potatoes and squash. Inside a gypsy
crone invited him with a learing
smile from her toothless mouth.
He passed into the darkened room,
full of mysterious dim things. She
took his hand and began, "You have a
dark past." He shrieked and fled.
How did she know he worked on
the Daily?
No, this is not the beginning of a
freshman theme. It's only a tale of
the Arcade Fiesta held last night.
SIX ANN ARBOR BOY SCOUTS
WIN MEDALS FOR LOAN WORK

To-day
10:30 o'clock-Baptist guild hike
starts from Guild house, Huron street.
2:30 o'clock - Michigan-Nebraska
game on Ferry field.
7:30 o'clock-Upper Room Bible
class meets at 444 South State street.
7:30 o'clock-Craftsman club meets
at Masonic Temple.
To-morrow /
2:30 o'clock-Polonia Literary so-
ciety meets in Lane hal.
4 o'clock-Bible class meets at 444
South State sereet.
6:30 o'clock-Dean Effinger speaks
at Unitarian church on "The Mediae-
val Church and Drama."*
6:45 o'clock-Jewish student society
meets in Newberry hall.
U-Notices
The Varsity band will meet at 1:20
o'clock this afternoon in front of Uni-
versity hall.
The Cercle Francais will meet at
8:30 o'clock Monday night in the Cer-
cle Francais rooms, University hall.
Tryouts for the Comedy club will be
held from 9 to 12 o'clock today in
Newberry hall.
All interested in soccer requested
to meet at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon
at the west dressing rooms on Ferry
field.

WHAT'S GOING ON

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is woven into the
workmanship of
Ruby Footwear -
woven to last
throughout the
usefulness of the
boots. Another
reason for Ruby
supermacy.

SHOES
for
MEN and
WOMEN
Alred J. Ruby
INCORPORATED
NICKELS
ARCADE

Appearance.

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Students of the University of NIchigan

Are invited to inspect our splendidly complete line
of handsome
all Suits and Overcoats
Smart, Clever Models
Pinch Back, Sack Coat, and full belted, in handsome
tweeds and plain cloths, single and double-breasted.

IN DETROIT
101 Washington Blvd.

$19.50 to $40

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Nickels Arcade Cafeteria

IN THE

NOW SERVING
THE PUBLIC

NICKELS ARCADE

Where Cleanliness Is Paramount
PARTICULAR PEOPLE PREFER
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Chicago, Oct. 26.-Chicago has a dif-
ficult contest in sight with Northwest-
ern, but the optomistic of Stagg's fol-
lowers do not predict the champion-
ship for the maroons despite their de-
feats of Purdue and Vanderbilt.
The Chicago-Northwestern clash will
be a grudge fight and probably will
bring out more of the traditional
"college color" than most of the sea-
son's contests. The Northwestern
student body, however, will reach
Stagg field en masse, and the Purple
and Maroon cohorts, consequently,
are expectd to stage one of hteir old
time scenes of rivalry.
Last year Northwestern, with a
team that ran second to Ohio State
for conference honors, defeated Chi-
cago for the first time in fifteen sea-
sons. This year many of the veter-
ans of the 1916 aggregation are again
playing at Evanston, while Chicago
will present as "green" a line-up as
it has since 1897, when only two men
on the maroons-Capt. Charles F. Ro-
by and Clarence Herschberger-had
standing as "vets."
University Zionist Society Meets
The University Zionist society met
Thursday night in the Natural Science
building. B. J. Scheinman, '18, and
A. J. Levin, '16, '19L, delivered ad-
dresses on the history and signifi-
cance of the Zionist movement in
America.

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de from Pure Pasteurized Cream!

LO selection of November Records
on sale. Allmendinger's Music
122 E. Liberty St.-Adv.

November Columbia Records now on,
sale at, Allmendinger's Music Sho;
122 E. Liberty St.-Adv.

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Six boy scouts won war medals from
Washington when their Liberty Loan
campaign closed Thursday night with
the sum of $27,700 subscribed. Wal-
dek Levi, son of Prof. Moritz Levi,
won first honors in the number of
bonds sold. Scout Clark Parker won
the honor of having raised the 'highest
amount, $5,100.
Clark Parker could not secure a med-
al, inasmuch as he raised his amount
previous to the opening of the scouts'
campaign.
The six boys to win medals are:
George Bailey, Elmer Reeve, Waldek
Levi, Hudson T. Morton, Jr., Byrle
Wright, and Karl Malcolm, Jr.
FRENCH ARMY OFFICERS VISIT
ANN ARBOR ON WAY TO CUSTER
Sergeant Sorrel of the wireless di-
vision of the French Army and Ser-
geant Coste of the engineering corps
visited the University yesterday. They
were the guests of, honor at a ban-
quet held last night at the Union.
With their superior officer, Lieu-
tenant Becker, they are on their way
back to Camp Custer, where they have
been teaching the science of modern
trench warfare to the boys in khaki.
Thirty commissioned and forty non-
commissioned officers have been sent
to the United States to assist at the.
various training camps.
LIBERTY LOAN TO MAKE LAST
SPURT OF CAMPAIGN TODAY
(Continued from Page One)
Although the student sale of bonds
yesterday was comparatively small as
compared with the totals of other days,
It is expected that Saturday noon will
show a decided increase, in the final
spurt. "That Michigan has stood well
among the universities of the West in
her purchase of the second Liberty
loan, cannot be denied," declared a
member of the staff of bond solicitors.
"Beyond our fondest expectations,"
said S. S. Attwood, '18E, in comment-
ing on the campaign. "For the last few
hours of the drive today the slogan
was, "We win, but we're after a larger
oversubscription."
A final report will be turned in
to the committee, tonight, when the
total of the largest solicitor will be
announced. Receipt of applications
for bonds will close at 10 o'clock this
morning. All solicitors and team cap-
icitors are asked to turn in their re-
ports early today, to room 268, Eng-
ineering building in order that proper
credit may be given each man and wo-
man.
Local Committee Proud of Students
In commenting upon the students'
oversubscription of their quota, George
W. Millen, chairman of the county
committee said yesterday, "It was a
great piece of work and I therefore
wish to congratulate the students upon
their loyalty and readiness to help
their country. The city of Ann Arbor
is proud of the University men and
women."
The local committee announced an
individual subscription of $50,000 made
by the First National bank. It was
also announced that every employee
of the Parker Manufacturing company
bought a bond.
The county committee must raise
$482,000 by tonight to fill the quota,
only $2,100,000 having been raised so
far.

Eastman Kodaks and Films Amateur Finishing
is our Praticular Business and we make it ,our
Particular Business to get the Kind of Results
that make you our Permanent Customer

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LYNDON, Photographer
719 N. University Ave.

Sheehan's Saturday. Special
for Saturday October 28

You have lprobably come to realize the remarkable sales Sheehan
& Co. are offering on Saturdays. This week we pre offering our circu-
lating Library along with 300 new fiction books, books retailing from
60c to ., These are offered for 20c or 3 for 50c.. Among the promi-
nent books are:

Ann Arbor's Largest Dealer in

The daily Cardinal of the Universi-
ty of Wisconsin will publish a bulle-
tin of all Wisconsin men now in the
service of the United States.
You can get those Neolin Soles put
on at Paul's Place, 611 E. William,
while you wait.-Adv.

Mr. Brittling Sees It Through. H. G. Wells.
Speaking of Operations, by Irving Cobb.
The Leopard Woman, by Steward Edward White.
The Old Blood, by Frederick Palmer.
Cappy Ricks, by Peter B. Klyne.
Also many other books of equal prominence.

Dancing every Saturday at Arm-
ory from 9 to 12. Admission 75c.-Adv.
Noveinber Columbia Records now on
sale at Allmendinger's Music Shop.
122 E. Liberty St.-Adv.

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Ann Arbor Branch

Atunnuntut

We wish to announce the opening
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27th

ASTARR BEST Inc.
CHICAGO
Outfiters to Young Men
Now located in their new store
608 E. Liberty
Pete E. F. Burns, Mgr,

of a new and up-to-date optical parlor, where you can have you eyes carefully
and skillfully corrected by glasses, by the most modern methods known to the

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profession.

To anyone who is suffering from eye-strain let us demonstrate our e fi-

ciency to you.

Burchfiel & Co.
We wish to impress on the well dressing
Public that we design and produce the
cleanest fitting and most artistic looking
dress evening clothes to be had in our
country.

R. C. FULLER, Registered Optometrist

with

HALLER & FULLER, JEWELERS

306 S. State Street

Let us make the dress clothes that
you, will need soon

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Sam Burchfield & Company

116 E. HURON STREET

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