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les from their faces,
nor of their conversa-
bs incessantly in their
::ey are busy at theirI

and thl
3when

Under such conditions concentration
University of is imnpos~ible. The student's de.;ire to
crning except get the most out of his studies should
year.
AnArbor as not be questioned; his professors~
ding. should realize that he cannlot be ex-
ial, 2414. pected to make as high grades as in
ed 300 words former years wvhen his companions
will be pub-
cretion of th were on' the campus instead of the
he Ann Arbor battlefields of Frauce. - Washington
'x i the west
y, where the Daily.
o'clock each
paging E ditor One big reason why we wan~t the
ness Manager old year to hurry in its dying is so we
.Bruce Millar may soon read the kaiser's statement
S. Clark, Jr.
nwrhorn, Jr. as to the "glorious heroism of my
ce A. Swaney armies,-Gott mit uns,-my navies have
Phiip C. Pack
been everywhere successful,-GMott mit
d C. Mighley nllhv ccmlse l u
fret H. Cooley n-w haeac pisdalou
E. Horne, Jr. objectives,-Gott mit uns,--" and so
sing Manager forth.
sing Ml~anager -
tion Manager
tion Manager The Germans may be able to beat
edit Manager
)ffice Manager back the British for a short time, but
S keeping them back is another matter.
ce L. Roeser
M. Campbell
W. R. Atlas Anyway, the assault on Turkey,
---y-----postponed at Thanksgiving time, is
A. Shinkrnan now assured for the Christmas dinner
Eugen, Given table.
inces ilandibrj
ce l:. Hunter -
la A. Nelson
Hip Slonmovitz Can't someone find a name for the
rances Jlr oenc fedars h tetfo abu
Ida "fel crs Meiteenes..Brbu
tnuel ILamport gymnasiumn?
The library is still desirous of se-
lie I;. Gates
ryD. Hiause curing books for soldiers.

CHOICE SELECTIONS
O;F
CHRISTMAS .CA DS
NOW, ON, DISPLAY
Slater's Book Shop
STATE STREET

PerĀ°sonal

+
; r

Greetai g Cai
This yiar's samples are unusually good--asic
and leave your order NOW~

to see them

....1
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Because of the great shortage oi
brown and granulated sugar, Anin Ar-.
bor merchants are- selling corn sugar
as a substitute.
IOnly a few of the stores have even'
a small amount of granulated sugar
and they are distributing this to their
customers in pound lots. All have been

Freslo'ca-3ispread will be held at 8
o'clock tomorrow night in Barbour
gymnasium.

STATE ST.

WAHR'S

MAIN ST.

All scenarios for the
play are to be turned'
Powell, .'19, at Newberry
'i o,'clock tonight.

junior girls'
inl to _Em-ily
residence by!

THEEBERBACH &SON CO,

290-241 EAST LIBERTY STREET

able to secure a limited supply of corn' The annual Women's league circus
s gar. -Until: the shortage is re-- is to be dispensed with this year on
lved, customers must substitue tho account of the large amount ofT war
latter for the granulated. Brown sug- work to be done.
ar has not been on the market for
nearly a month's time, and stealers do.6 The Girls' Glee club will meet to
not know when a supply will be avail- have their picture taken at 12:10 to-
able. day at White's studio.
TYPEWRITING neatly,, promptly,; Recreation snakes for Effiicy.
and accurately done-73iddle, -Nickles "We try to treat you right." Huston
Arcade.-Adv. 1Rros.-A d v, t.

Chemuicals

Laboratory Supplies

Drugs and Toilet Specialties
L

LAW,_ MEDICAL, AND DE-NTALJ
BOOKS bought, sold, and ecxchangied.
Biddle, Nickles Arcade, 2nd Floor. -
Adv.

..... t ',Uj.._......_ - - _
a.~ ml e.....-0--..e.

WILL BUY OR SELL
Hoover Steel
Ball Stock
GEO, H.' FISCHER
312 National Bank Bldg
Telephone 1060

e~wrNN. Phelps Someone asked us yesterday
I-- I sheviki wvas as badh as vodka.

if Bol-

BER 8, p917.
R. Ehibert
>LEALS
eive letters at
:ed with the lit-
s stamps. They
o the letter, a

Although rather late. in the day, the
campus wit wants to know if Tha.nks-
giving had anything to do with the
number of engagements and may -
riages.
With the mid-semesters all over, we
might keep up the stuxdying idea to
a void the loss of sleep the fore part
of February.

J.

,....

Pre- Christmas

Fashi on

. We have both the inclination and
the equipmenit to furnish the
best in banking ser- ice
JjTheAn Arbor Savings Bank
INCURURATI D 169
Capital and Surplu s $ 500,000.00
~I Resources . . $4,000,000.60
SI Northwest Corner Main and
I, ' 707ron~ Streets
767NothUniversity Ave nue

Cearaways

con- JEWYS CAN ITELP CIVILIZATION
fiber- SAC'S PROF. 1. LEO SHXRF-MAN

a fund for
on of the
P

r, the ravages
nd to be more
It is estimated
cases on the
sed three-fold
the war. Qur
for the battle

Bore of
disease

than ever

mine today
'ts to mĀ£eCuro
the historic
ye been sue-
the year the
classes and
the Student

ig of
owe r
oli of

urned toward this
ofl the two uppet,
ailumni.
outcomne of an ex-
on among: many
shties. Wh iether iti
ire will b--fletermn-
she iii';. Both
greater amount of
acey have- done in
:e the affair justi--
_IP PROBLEM
lditlons and warn-
,e campus recently
the effort being
exts in an endeav-
cholastic standing

"By establishing a Jewish state in
Palestine the Jews will be able to con-
tribute more to the civilization of the~
Jews anid, consequently, to the civiliz-
ation. of the world4," Prof. I. Leo Sharf-
maan of the economics department told
the members of the Zionist society
Thursday night.
Professor Sharfinan said that a
Jeowish state in the East would in time
add to the orient the materialism of
the occident, and wcould in turn give
the West the dreams of orientalism.
Preparations arc being made by the
University Zionists to make a canvas
of the Jewish students on the campus
and to get them to join the society.
AMay Form League for D)urable Peaaco
Washington, Dec. 7. - Representa-
tive London of New York, Soc'.ali t;
has introdueced a, joint1 resolution.
"to initiate the organization of an
international league to secure a dur-
able peace." It would have- tl-,
President invite the ".representative
of the parliaments of all the coun-
,ries now at war with the central.
;powers to convene ins joint confcr-
ence to be held at the city of Wrash-
ington.
George Melilnhon,'16, Visits Ann Arbor
George -Mc~lahon, '16,' who is en-
gaged in army Y. M. C. A. work, vis-
ited Ann Arbor Thursday afternoon.
McMahon had been with the Sammies
in France, up to Nov. 1, having gone
.ever last June. He returned to Amer-
ica on business and will go back to
France shortly.
Xgasons Coufer Third Degree Tonight
Several candidates will t.ake the
third degree at a meeting of the
Craftsmen club, to be held at 7:30 o'-
clock tonight inp the Masonic rooms.
All student :Masons are requested to
be present.
-fare. Bremont Alabaster to lecture
Min:e. Bremont Alabaster has gone
to Kalamazoo and Battle Creek,
where she will lecture on a recent war
book, "'Le Feu," by Henri Barbusse.
She will return Monday.

J,

Al Suits Now Half Price/'
,Broadcloths, velours, burellas, tricotines' and velvets. Mannish ti ilored-
styles; and, dressy model's, cleverly shirred and pleated, and trimm ed with
fur or velvet. Becau7,e of their rich warm materials and interliningstiem
jority of the suits, are adapted for all-winter wear. Navy, bakta, reen
brown and Burgun dy. Sizes and styles for women. and misess. Choice Toles-
day at Half Price. $25.00 to $1 10.00 values at

I

$12.50 to $55.00)

All Plush and Cloth Coats at One-Fourth Less

Plushes, velvets, wool velourrs, broadcloths,,
kerseys, porn pomrs and mixtures in taupe,
brown, green, Burgundy, navy, black, jap blue
and beetroot.
Large and smaller collars----entirely of fur,:
plush, self material, or edged'-with :fur.

I

334 S. State St.

U~

1111P

Flashligh.ts, Campus Vie",
Out-door Groups
We giyc car-eful personal
tention to your Kiodak finish

DETROIT~ UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jack*,;ii
(L'tfCctive Mlly L_2 117
Detroit Limited and i~xpress Cars-,-:35a
1n., 8:io a. Mn.- and hourly to 710o p. 1n.., 9:1
p . m.
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-S : t8 a.,im. art
every two hours to 6-48 0. m..; to ],ariing
8:48 P. M.
Jackson Express Cars ;local ;tops .h eato
Aini Arbor)--g:48 a. in. and eve: y tv o hoiur
to :,48 p. 1n.
Local Cars East Bound - ;5 a. m., 6:4
a.i. 7 :o5 a. 1r:, and every t~eo 11011-8t1 7:
p. 1n., 8:0; p. im.,9:05 1P. Um., : 11o. 1
1To Ypsilanti 011ly, 9:2oa. nm.. 9:,50a in.
2 :05 '.m . 05 P."iM, 9:45 i>p11: 4j ..,P1
12:2o a. i0 * 1 :io a. in..1 :.,j a. u1. 1'o Saline
chlange at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West &ound--6 :05 a. m.,7 :4
8a.l i., [0:20 D. r11., 12:20 a. in.

Narrow and belted model-,s.

Made with

high or regulation waist lines. Some are shir-
red on a yoke in the back and belted only in
front.

PHONE 2446-J

l

Lose sleeves wi.
Half or fully lini

$25.00 to

th deep cuffs.
ed with plain or fancy satin.
$1(}0.00values at4
75 to $75.001
Odd Furs In Tree Special Groups

II

$18.7

{ o You Know that the
SUGAR BOWL
has one of the best equipp
G andy Stores in the state?
J They have their own Refrigerati
System, and make their own
v Cream and Candies.
You are invited to visit and
Sspect their plant.....
Phone 967 .1 09 S. Main
~ 'Your every Ban]
jIi ng need fulfilled

been such
iusness at
this year.
vavil of tier

an at-
Wash-
There

At $4.75
Muffs and scarfs of coney,
natural rat and black or

At $6.75
Scarfs of opossum, jap
mink, nutria and natural rat.
Made in collar effects and

1

of peo-

brown opossum; ait
scarfs 'or high neck style.
Regular $10.00
$13.50 values.

to

inal

animal styles.
R e g ular
$18.00 values.'

At $9.75
Black and. sable. foxes,
beaver, Hudson seal and ra-
coon. Cape collar elfects,
animal. scarfs and' straight
stoles.
Regular $18.50 to
$25.00 values.

$15.00

1I

to

Lt is

Why not do a little stopping
For a friendly bit of swapping?
Your friends will like the shopping
From the Foster House of Art.-Adv

J101-105 So. Mlain

THI

(Fashion Salons--Second Floor)'

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