.tion. In this time, in addi-
beeping up our daily work,
s should spend a portion of
getting something from the
t of our courses, skimmed
too lightly wile the canoe-
ions to study during vaca-
JUST OUT! and-"just great"
The Michigan Calendar
NOW ON DISPLAY
Slater's Book S
LIMITED EDITION-Each one put up in artistic envelope ready to
mail. A very excellent Christmas Gift --at the attractive price of
L as thosej
f the last
is is visit)
THE EBERBACH & SC
200-204 EAST LIBERTY STREI
HE'S NOT A
-- All freshmen and some upperclass-
k i1Jr.men as well look upon the professor,
n, Jr. as a necessary evil that should be
.Packdealt with accordingly. There is al-
jighell ways a race to get out of the door
Coe and get away from him as soon as
----e possible after a class unless it is ab-
anager solutely imperative that they remain.
nager Most of the ' instructors at Iowa
aager State are human beings. True they
.ager make us work and do some things
toeser which at times we do not like, but
mpbell they usually do it for our good, even'
Atlas though we may not think so at the
nkman Most professors like to meet and
andibo talk things over with students.
hunter They like to meet students on a
movitz friendly basis. They are willing to
Mines talk about anything from the day's
mport work to the world's series if you give
- them half a chance. The trouble is
Gates we don't usually give them the
Girls are needed at the Angell house
to cut andsmake up 50,000 pads for the
Red Cross. All girls, whether they
have worked there before or not, are
strongly; urged to help out.
There is a supper for the cabinet
and committee members of the Y. W
C. A. at 5:45 o'clock tonight in New-
Girls planning to be in town dur-
lng the Christmas holidays are re-
juested to sign the lists for that pur-
pose in Newberry hall or in the Wom-
en's league rooms.
There is a supply of doiis to be
dressed at Newberry hall. These dolls
are to be given to the children tof the
city as Christmas gifts.
There will be a regular meeting of
the Girls' Glee club at 4:30 o'clock
today in Sarah Caswell Angell hall.
SOPHS ENTERTAIN 400
WOMEN AT FRESH SPREAD
Vice-Presidents Lead Grand March;
Hat Pins Given as
Don't you want college men at the
fro-it comfortable on their furloughs?
If so come and support the Arts' and
Crafts' plays. Sarah Caswell Angell
Hall. Tuesday night.-Adv.
The Fresh-Lit. that picked up the
"account book" in the Floral Shop,
Nickels' Arcade, Friday nigr't, please
return it at once.-Adv.
Drugs and Toilet Specialties
Why not do a little stopping
For a friendly bit of swapping?
Your friends will like the shopping
From the Foster Hause of Art.-Adv.
It's a practical gift-combinin
namentation, good cheer, comfor
true economy through preservat
What? Decorating the living
with some of those new soft-
tapestries. C. H. Major & Co.
WVE WILL SELL
100 sit. Hoover Steel Bal
S5 sit. Michigan Crown
20 sh, Hayes Wheel
We aren't advising you to see how
much of'his time you can take as he
is busier than you. At the same time
many a professor who Wu think is
grouchy will change your opinion
of him in about fifteen minutes con-
versation. Give him a chance.-Iowa
Headline in Sunday's Daily-Fresh
Snow Sophs Under with 9-4 Score.
We might add that Mother Nature al-
most snowed both sophs and freshmen
under, adding a few frozen ears,
hands, and feet for good measure.
give Him Something
Here is sound advice for the Christmas
shopper who is at all in doubt as to what
to give a man. Among the many sensible
and useful gifts which we have listed be-
low you will be sure to find just the right
thing for the right man. For your con-
venience the list has been classified, and
suggestions are given both for near rela-
tives and distant relatives or friends. Ex-
treme care has been used in the selection
of our Gift Goods, and they are priced
DETROIT UNITED LINES
Between Detroit, Ann Arbor and Jaci
(L~ffective May 22, 1917)
Detroit Limited and Express Cars-7
m., 8:io a. m., and hourly to 7:10 p. m.
Kalamazoo Limited Cars-- :48 a. m
every two hours to 6:48 D. in.; to La:
8:48 p. m.
Jacksor Express Cars Iocal stops w
A: n Arbor)-q :48 a. mo. and eve~y two
toca Car :as48 nd. 3 a.m.
Lol Oa East Boud-as a. m.
a. M., 7:o5 a. in. and every two hours t:
P. In. 8:o P. Il.,9:; 5 P. in. t.,
To ypsilanti only, 9:20 a. tin.. 9:50
2:0s ' m,. 6:0s P. m, 9:45 9. In. 11:45
:2o a. n.. :1o a. o.. :20a.m. l ro
change at Ypsilanti.
Local Cars West Bound--6:os a. m.
a 1 . 1o: z p. inrn.. 12:20 a-.
Forshee & K
Phono SOS 412 1st Ni
now The "No raring" signs don't'
amount to much so far as parking
goes, but they're handy to scratch
have matches on.
t your country
hopes you will
over, yet fears
me is far away.
s made one of
5of your life.
only for what
ds for, but for
ssion to fulfill.
Lip the nation's.
equal the high
ched by Maize
re conditions to
The report that women's clothes
are to be reduced one-fourth in order
to save cloth, we confess, makes us
A meeting of the Skinners company
was recently announced. Again Gen-
eral Public gets a bump.
Saturday was certainly a fine day
to get all "het up" over the bag rush.
How much haye you in that Christ-
mas Savings fund?
IRED CROSS NEEDS WORKERS'
TO RAISE 50,000 QUOTA
Four hundred University women
participated in the grand march which
opened. the. Thirty-eighth. annual
Freshman spread given by the sopho-
more girls to the women of 1921 Satur-
day evening in Barbour gymnasium.
Katherine Loveland, '20, and Doro-
thy Herrmann, '21, vice-presidents of
their respective classes, were leaders
of the grand march, and also of the
favor dance in which gold and silver
hat pins were presented to the fresh-
mnenand sophomore girls by.the pa-
tronesses Mrs. H4. B. Hutchins, Mrs.
J. E. Beal, Dean Myra B. Jordan, Dr.M.
E. Walker, Dr. L. E. Boland, Mrs. J. R.
Effinger, Mrs. A. A. Lloyd, Mrs. V. C.
Vaughan, Mrs. M. E. Cooley, Mrs. F.
W. Stevens, Mrs. W. B. Hinsdale, Mrs.
M. L. WNrd, Miss Alice Evans, Miss
Marion Dawley, and MissLouise Pot-
The members of the sopho-
more social committee were Kath-
erine Loveland, Ruth Abbott, Paul-
ine Benedict, Naomi Bradley,
Beatrice Catlin, Marguerite Chap-
in, Margaret Christie, Roberta Dean,
Elsie Erley, Kathryn Glass, Grace
Griffin, Grace Hall, Lucy Huffman,
Anne Hutchings, Delia Imerman, Ruth
Jennings, Elizabeth McDonald, Laura
Peacock, Doreen Potter, Aimee Ren-
kes, and Dorothy Williams.
Punch and wafers were served as
Michigan Blankets, Pillows, Ban-
ners, Memory Books, Song Books,
Jewelry, etc., etc., at Wahr's.-Adv.
not, it will be a pleasure to show them to
We have both the
the equipment to
best in bankin
The Ann Arbor S,
Whether you buy or
Northwest Corner Maim
767 North University A
>n you a
en in th
expects Red Cross has 50,000 pads at .Angell
ry col- house to be cut up and made
e many by ' Jan. 1. They are relying
versity almost entirely on the -college
be paid girls to help them do this in the
her. 'remaining nine days before vacation.
eft be- During the holidays the women of
re now Ann Arbor will have to do it.
ack to A plea has been issued for girls
ause of Who have pledged their hours to come
ch you and work extra hours. They would
he sup- like girls who have not worked at
er that all to help, and they need volunteers
334 S. State St.
Flashlights, Campus \
to your Koc
the University to work nights.
in war as you All ,sororities, league houses, and
manner which 'dormitories have been notified of this
urgent need and are asked to respond.
Getting the Riht Sie
A perfect fit in such gifts as gloves,
collars, shirts, underwear, and half hose
is considered a very simple matter at our
shop. We'll do our best to help you in
Just like Mothers
Will be open Xmas Vacation
Ipformal Banquets arranged
securing the right fit.
Our salesmen are
Do You Know that the
has one of the best equip
Candy Stores in the state
They have their own Refrigera
System,~ and make their own
Cream and Candies.
You are invited to visit and
spect their plant...:...
Phone 967 109 S. Mair
expert in this matter, and a description of
the man for whom the article is intended
is often enough to let them guess correctly;
while if they "miss fire," the goods, of
course, may be exchanged.
ing need fulfi
119 N. Thayer St.
WSagne r & bCo.
State Street at Liberty
WE PAY THE WAR TAX