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to obtain and use the cc
r lies in your eyesight.

[ege education you
(If they are weal

to me.)

C. FULLER, Optometrist-Optician
h Haller & Fuller State Street Jewelers

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This

beens,'

of us. The fiery trial thr6ugh which
we pass will light us down in honor
or dishonor, to the latest generation.
We, even we here, hold the power
and bear the responsibility. We shall
nobly save or meanly lose the last,
best hope of earth."
WM. H. HOBBS.'
SFRESHMEN WOMEN RECEIVE
PERMIT TO FORM GLEE CLUB
Freshman girls' glee club has re-
ceived permission to organize under
the leadership of Cornelia Clark, '21,
and Esther Hollands, '21. Twenty
girls signed a petition to start the
club, and are working to make it a
success. Try-outs will be announced
later. The club plans to learn college
songs and to participate in concerts.
MIcHIGANENSIAN ART EDITOR
ASSIGNS WORK FOR YEAR BOOK

I ~LomCn
Girls interested in the Women's
league stunts put on by Masques are
asked to sign up at the Women's
league party which begins at 3:30
o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
Miss Agnes Wells, social director of
Newberry residence, will be at home
from 3 to 4 o'clock today to Univer-
sity women to meet Dr. Elsie Seelye
Pratt of Denver, Colorado.
A Thanksgiving party wil be served
at 12 o'clock today at the Second Bapt-
ist church.
Cirls expecting to be in Ann Arbor
during Christmas vacation and who
wish employment are asked to reg-
ister at the office of the Dean of
Women.
WOMEN START REGISTRATION
FOR WAR WORK IN 35 STATES
Thirty-five states have either begun
or have set a definite date for the reg-
istration of women to be carried on by
the women's committee, Council of na-
tional defense. Missouri has turned

STATE ST.

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>rits Assignments for the art worl of the
heir Michiganensian have been given to
James W. Robertson, '20, Joseph J.
fort- Kucera, '18E, Edna L. Apel, '20,
s or and Margaret K. Jewell, '20,
left by the art editor, Reed Bachman, '20.
dis- A small amount of the work has not
tent. yet been assigned. Those wishing to
lists try out should see the art editor. All
s of work must be finished before Jan. 1.
less
suP- IIENLEY HILL, '17, TO TAKE
: in POSITION ON NEW YORK SUN
be Henley Hill, '18, -former Michi-
,vord gan Daily 'staff member who
the has been employed since grad-
amy. uation on The Detroit News, has
s a left to take a desk position on The
g or New York Sun. While on the News
Hill was publicity manager for the
state draft measures.

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ganized for work of
paganda. More than

in 100,000 cards and is continuing to nave been ordered tone se
register. Nebraska reports a brilliant workers and speakers.
campaign. Michigan is preparing to
conduct the registration of her wom- Recreation makes for l
en. Tennessee reports that from one "We try to treat you right
registration day alone 100,000 cards Bros.-Adv.
were turned in.
Organization work is progressing.
Counties to the number of 181,4 are or- Officers' Uniforms and a
ganized. Thirty-one states have or- (1. -. Wild & Co., State Str

ings

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Who passed
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Le of the keenest observers and
.ers upon the war recently made
lic the following statement, which
taps as well as any summarizes the
situation at the present moment:
etween now and next spring the
sive campaign of the war will be
4ht, but it will not be fought on
battlefield. Every German influ-
and agency in this world will be
work, and is already at work, try-
to convince the world, first, that
many is invincible, and, second,
; peace must be immediate. If
nany were invincible, no Ger-
. or German agent would be
ing peace. If this peace of-
ive can be repelled, the decision
he war will come with no long de-

Because that's the kind of a coat
it is-an all year 'round coat. You'd1
be surprised at the many, many
times that you'll wear it and be glad
you have it-most of the winter and
a good many times in summer and
all the time in fall and spring. It's
made by

Hart Schaffner & Marx

should feel that he has
lity in this matter, I
quote in conclusion the
reat Lincoln:
"ens, we cannot escape
ersonal significance or
an spare one or another
rer Steel

so it will last you a very long time,
perhaps several years.
And it has a belt all 'round so that
you can button the belt and leave
the coat open. It's a bully good
looking coat any way you want to
wear it.
Reule, Conlin, Fiegel
Compny

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FOR. THE GIRL BACK THERE"
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