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December 07, 1917 - Image 4

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FOR BEL

CHI'LEN

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IUL Lloyd J. Curby, '17L.
Kenneth A. Eastlick, '17.
VES Rudolplf F. Wuensch, ex-'18.
R Harold Birch.
George M. Spartalis.
Charles H. Griesinger.
Clyde N. Kammerer, ex-'20.
eiyed Paul Wilcox, ex-'18.
im a William E. Votruba.
went Willard L. Huss, ex-'18.
etion Warren J. Huss, ex-'19L.
e. Charles N. Ponton.
Harry N. Deyo, '17L.
17. Henry J. Ranft, ex-'20.
Linton B. Dirnond, '16.
James A. Jones, '17.
men Roy R. Lindsay.
con- Van E. Boyd.
> the Harold A. Spiller, ex-'19.
-reet- Charles D. Wiley, '17.
year Carl H. Thorington, '17 P.
Al- Ogden M. Rathert, '19A.
.rbor, Walter C. Kelsey, Spec.
and Allen J. Fox, Sec. 53, ex-'20.
that Ernest Poirer.
earts Frank J. Bauman, '18D.
te as Lee M. Rosenbluth, '18.
ce of Harold R. Siggens.
Arthur E. Cook, '17.
rk James M. Swinane.
on of Dewitt C. Millen, '05.
higan Clayton R. Pollan, Sec. 53, ex-
our Harold D. MacGregor.
f hu- Leigh Hoadley, '19.
is a Dean C. Scroggie, '20 M.
will TEber M. Carroll, grad.
proud Joseph C. Ponton.
of the Walter H. Wistrand, '18P.,
hort- -

EFF01TI WILL HE fADE TO BRING
CHEEP TO MILLiON 1iESTI-
TUTE klHD)IES
An attempt is being made to make I
Christmas less gloomy for a million
Belgian children by the dollar Christ-
mas fund, of which Henry Clews, of
New York, is treasurer.
Despite government grants of money
and the noble efforts of the commis-
sion for relief in Belgiumn, five mil-
lions of people are obliged to exist
on one-third of a soldier's ration per"
day.
U. S. to Make Loan to Belgium
The United States is loaning Bel-
gium a sum of money that permits the
purchase of as much food as can be
shipped under the available shipping
facilities, but the amount is inade-
quate. This winter most of the coal
produced in Belgium has been carried
to Germany, and little is left for
home use.

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AT THE THEATERS
"The Knife," at the Garrick.
"A Good For Nothing Husband"
at the Whitney Sunday, Dec. 9.

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TODAY

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Majestic - "Princess Virtue."
O. Henry Series.
Orpheum-Roy Stewart in "One
Shot Ross." Also Triangle Com-
edy and Ford Weekly.

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Wuerth-Vivian Martin in "The
Trouble Buster." Also Keystone
Comedy, "His Crooked Carrier."
Arcade-William Farnum in
"The Conqueror." Also Christie
Comedy, "Won at a Cabaret."
Rae - Fannie Ward in "Each
Pearl a Tear." "Jerry's Ran-
som."

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SPECIAL CAR FOR KENTUCKIANS
WHO GO HOME CHRISTMASr
adu- - -
men
lives The Kentucky club organized Tues-
vdous day night at the Michigan Union, elect-
srge. ing the following officers: N. L. Gold-
Sin smith, '19, president; W. S. Kammer-
deals er, '1$L, vice-president; R. M. Settle,I
shich '20, secretary; and R. F. Matthews,
t be '20L, treasurer.
ature The club is planning to charter a
A not special car to take them home for
the Christmas .vacation, and all men
interested are asked to attend the next
wel- meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 11, at the
Union.
pect- Fresh Mandolin Club Elects Officers'
The Fresiman Mandolin club re-
cently elected the following officers

British Contribute Generously I
Americans are asked to follow the
example of the British, who have con-
tributed generously to the Christmas
fund. The money collected will be
cabled to Belgium, where supplies can
still be bought in Brussels. Contri-
butors are asked to give a dollar or
more. It is to be sent to Henry Clews,
treasurer of the dollar Christmas fund
for destitute Belgian children, Broad
street, New York.
ILocal Red Cross Makes Many Articles
Output of the Ann Arbor Chapter of
the Washtenaw county Red Cross is
20,627 articles for the month of No-
vember alone.
These figures include knitted gar-
ments of all kinds, hospital apparel.
and surgical dressings.
Four hundred and forty garments
were made for French children besides
this, 17,061 gauze dressings were fur-
nished at the Angell house-
Vander Veen, '16, In Ann Arbor
Francis Vander Veen, '16, a second
lieutenant in the infantry, is visiting
friends in Ann -Arbor. He is on his
I way to Camp Lee, located at Peters-
burg, Va., where he will complete his
training-
Officers' Uniforms and accessories
G. H. Wild & Co.. State Street.-Adv

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TYPEWRITING neatly, promptly,
and accurately done-Biddle, Nickles
Arcade.-Adv.
THISK QAR RICKI
WEEK DETROIT
The Messrs. Shibert present Eugene
Walters Powerful Drama
"THE KNIFE"
With
NORMAN HACKET, MAY BUCKLEY
and a COMMANDING CAST
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Matinees 2, 3
Saturdays-S
BOOKIlNGS
Thur-Fri-6-7-V
Trouble Bu
Sat-S-Baby M
shine Gold."

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The Arts and Crafts
Theatre Company
OF DETROIT
wvill present in
Sarah Caswell Augell Hall
TUVESDAY EVENING DEC. 11
nt S o'clock
Three Plays
"SUPPRESSED DESIRES"
By Susan Glaspell and
George Cram Cook
"THE LOST SILK HAT"
By Lord Dunsany
"NE TTI E"
By George lade.
Reserved Seat Sle opening
Wednesday, I)ec. 5th
WAHR'S
(Both Book Stores)
TICKETS $1.00

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Prices:
Matinees
Satur
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and res

cat in

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rues-

Rea for Efficiency.
you right." Huston
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for the ensuing year: Manager, George
0. True, '21; treasurer, Lewis H. Hart-
zell, '21; and librarian, Karl A. Die-
trick, '21.

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Do Your Xmas Shopping atThis Store-

come to this

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r Choice of our Entire Stock of Men's Sui ts and Overcoats at a Big Sacrifice. This is an op-
y to secure Merchandise purchased for this season at less than we can replace them.
rchandise must be turned into cash before January 1st.
Sale Starts Saturday Morning, December 8th, at

CLOTHING

STORE

217 SOUTH MAIN ST

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.$11.95
.14.45
.16.45

lochester Suits
.$18.45
19.90
.23.95
.24.45
.26.75
...28.45

OVERCOAT SPECIALS
$15.00 Overcoat.........$11.95
18.00 Overcoat,....... 14.45
20.00 Overcoat...... . 16.45
Adler-Rochester Overcoats
$22.50 Overcoats......... . .$18.45
25.00 Overcoats..........19.90
28.00 Overcoats ........... 23.95
30.00 Overcoats..........24.45
32.50 Overcoats . ..... 26.75
35.00 Overcoats . . 28.45
Big Opportunity-Do Not Wait-
Why Pay More

$2.50
3.00
3.50
4.00
5.00

Trousers.
Trousers .
Trousers
Trousers
Trousers

..$1.98
2.49
.. 2.98
.. 3.39
4.19
5.19

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MEN'S TROUSERS

6.00 to 7.00 Trousers

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Buy While the Assortment

is large

ALL L

$ 6.50
7.50
8.50
10.00
12.00
13.50
15.00
16.50
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1-4 Le
Value
Value
Value
Value
Value
Value
Value

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$1.25
1.50
1.75
2.00
2.50
3.50
5.00
6.00

SHIRT SALE
An Ideal Xmas Present
Values ...........$ .98
Values..............1.25
Values ............1.49
Values............1.69
Values....... ....2.19
Silk Values .......... 2.98
Silk Values .......... 4.45
Silk Values..........5.39

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