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', he usually is able
out of it.
parasite is he who
elf, but whose opin-
ose of others. His
tions determine his
mpanx of one ,man,
of that man's par-
eed. The next min-
s swerve into line
w companion. His
mercury in a ther-'
ses and falls with
mperature; or more
of stagnant water,

ctual parasite supports
of a great man, not be-
self actually believes in
erstands them, but be-
.es to be looked upon as
gment. How little does
,t their very nature de-
s: "To shift is to rise."
>t perceive that his shift-'
nfined within the tiny
of his own mind. He
that point where he
ves that those opinions'
loins are really his own.
stealing, he becomes an
hief, a kind of klepto-
ceases to realize his

Voluntary Instruction Being Given To
Students Who Require SpecIal
Organizing of social and industrialI
clubs for girls of the high school agea
is an interesting and effective work
being taken up by a number of Uni-
versity girls under the supervision of
the city Y. W. C. A.l
Campfire Girls under the leadership
of Bernice Updike, '20, have been act-j
ively engaged in "doing its bit" in
local war work as well as entering
into social diversions. The Blue Bird
club, conducted by Gladys Townsend,
'18, is carrying on much the same line
of work among younger girls.
Other girls are engaged in instruct-
ing classes in English and foreign lan-
guages. These classes are for the ben-
efit of students who have been forced
to discontinue temporarily their cours-
es of study, or who wish private tutor-
ing along special lines. For the con-
venience of the instructors and those
girls who have no free hours during
'the day for this work, many of the
classes are conducted. at night.
'The following University students
are engaged in this work: Elaine
Tappan, '19, Celia Girardin, '19, Mar-j
ian Frisbie, '18, Abigail Blackburn,
'18, Marie Bloom, '19, Elizabeth Mech-
em, '18, Gladys Townsend, '18, Ber-
nice Updjike, '19.
100 Fresonan Girls Owe Social Tax
Only 142 out of the 240 Freshman
girls enrolled in the class have paid
their social tax of 25 cents which
members of the committee were sta-
tioned in University hall this week
to receive. Delinquents will have an
opportunity to pay their tax at the
hygiene lecture next Tuesday. Cor-
nelia Clark, '21, will be at the door of
Sarah Caswell Angell hall to receive
payments. ,
Wilson to Read Bugle and Drum Corps
Captain Wilfred Wilson, leader of
the Varsity band, has consented to
take charge of the bugle and drum
corps of the Boy Scouts of Ann Arbor.
He is to be assisted by R.B. Gordon,
School of Music, and Charles V. Mc-
Alpine, '20. Mr. Wilson had been in
charge of bugle and drum corps pre-
vious to his work at Michigan.
Adephlil Debaters to Try Out for Team
Preliminary tryouts of the Adelphi
'Hous of Representatives for the Mid-
West debating team will be held on
Tuesday evening, Dec. 18, in the Adel-
phi hall. , A members expecting to
go out for the team should be present
in p'erson or by proxy at this meet-
ing for the purpose of drawing the po-
sition in which they are to speak.
New Choplin Comedy, "The Adven-
ture," Arcade, today.-Adv.
Recreation makes for Efficiency
"We try to treat you right." Huston
Bros.-Adv. tf.

Board of directors of the Women's
league will meet at 9 o'clock this
morning at Barbour gymnasium. The
possible formation of a reconstruction
unit will be discussed.
Sophomore girls will hold an im-
portant mass meeting at 4 o'clock
Monday afternoon in Barbour gymnas-
ium. Every member is requested to b2
Michigan Dames will-meet at 7:30
q'clock Monday night at Newberry
There is a chance for several sopho-
mor3 and junior women to try out for
the editorial staff of The Daily. Call
at the Daily office at 12:30 or at 2:30
o'clock in the afternoon or phone
Mildred Mighell, '18, at 2276-3.

This year's





and the most
tes, this man
th the winds,
has the world
it able to per-
I not have to
of others to
for Fight. on
3 in Friday's
some fantastic

Newberry residence has'bffered to
clothe two girls as its share this year
in the annual Y. M. C. A. and Y. W. C.
A. Goodfellowship movement. Other
dormitories, fraternity, and sorority
houses will decide Monday whether
they will clothe a boy or girl again this
year, as they did last season.
Mack's department store will make
a special rate to the Y. M. C. A. and
the Y. W. C. A. on all garments pur-
chased for this purpose. Fifteen dol-
lars pledged by each house will clothe
well one child.
For the next few weeks University
girls will meet every afternoon in New-
berry hall to'sew and dress dolls for
little girls. Needy children, whom
the college organizations volunteer to
clothe are located by Mrs. Peal, Ann
Arbor police matron.
In pursuance of a policy instituted
at the beginning of the year, but dis-
continued during the football season,
the Union will hold a mixer at 3
o'clock tomorrow atfernoon in the
Michigan Union' club rooms. I
Music and speeches will constitute
the program, which will be followed
by a general get-together and a good





Miss Mable Rowe. S]
Hairdressing, Chiropody, T
open evenings by apppint
N. Fifth Ave. 2402,-Adv.

.ampooing, H
fn -"inri

'question as to
I do if alive today,
he would be too

Germany is beginning to
rusalem has no military
n expect its fall any day.
is we have 7:30 classes,
tkful we still have Central
ring is an admirable dis-
e "In Again, Out Again"
iought he was still in jail,:
been addressing secret

Red Cross Seeks Women Chauffeurs
New York, Nov. 30.-Sixteen wom-
en chauffeurs to drive motor trucks
and ambulances in this city were call-
ed for tonight by the National league
for women's service. The trucks are
used to transport Red Cross supplies
from workroom to warehouses and
New 'Choplin Comedy, "The Adven-
ture," Arcade, today-Adv,

has made it a habit
rs to lose the final
we suggest that the
ion cut the season
in order that we
an undefeated team.


ernoon would
'een the bat-
wen's forces.
council has
h"-soph scrap

Z, Weds Carnt
of Gladys Ch

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For Military Service


sgiving day at Howell, Micn-
Miss Chubb, who is a graduate
University School of Music, was
ly teaching at Napoleon, Ohio.
uple will leave for Detroit and
cities, after which they will
heir home in Ann Arbor.
Pward, ex-'19, lin Ann Arbor
a Howard, ex-'19, who left last
with the naval militia, now an
acting as assistant paymaster,
d to Ann Arbor yesterday on

Wear it on cc
'fall or on rainy
Hart $dc
made it, which i
stand good har
tear, and give :
kind of a value.

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