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Walk-Over
BOOT SHOP
115 S. MAIN ST.

Fills Gargoyle
humor Magazine Plays Santa Claus
To Campus Organizations
In Need
The Christmas Gargoyle, realizing,
perhaps, that war-time giving will be
somewhat curtailed this year, has at-
tempted to supply the deficiency in
its double-page drawing, which repre-
sents a huge Christmas tree, loaded
with gifts. Nearly every organiza-
tion, club, and society on the campus
has been remembered, in the form of
some useful and timely gift.
The dangers of being a S. P. U. G.
are detailed in a short humorous
story, and in a more pessimistic vein
another contributor tells of the Faith-
ful Dog, who, as Christmas draws
near, writes a letter to the faithless
girl attending the University.
"Love Lights and Christmas Lights"
is the title of a page-drawing which
shows the young man who goes home
for Christmas. It is rumored that
the cartoon will be especially informa-
tive to one portion of the campus that
may have wondered how the other
half lives-during the holidays.
Holiday festivities are commented
on throughout the entire magazine,
and even the mistletoe-is not forgot-
ten
LYMAN B. FLOOK TO MANAGE
U. S. NITRATE PLANT IN SOUTH
Mr. Lyman R. Flook, superintendent
of grounds and buildings at the Uni-
versity, left Saturday, Dec. 8, for Shef-
field, Ala., where he will receive a
commission as first lieutenant in the'
ordinance department.
Superintendent Flook will occupy
the position of plant engineer at the
new government nitrate plant station-
ed at Sheffield.
During his absence, Mr. Edward C.
Pardon, assistant superintendent of
buildings and grounds, will fill his po-
sition until a successor is formally
appointed by the Board of Regents
committee on buildings and grounds.

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The President of the University
has received from Washington the
following telegrai signed by the
President of the Society for the
Promotion of Engineering Educa-
tion.
The war department today
issued a ruling covering engin-
eering students and the draft
which is satisfactory. This
will be published in Sunday
papers and copies mailed to
you in due time.
I am of the opinion that the
published statement in regard to
engineering students in the Michi-
gan Daily of Sunday morning will
be found to be substantially cor-

TO STUDENTS IN
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CAMPUS SOCIETIES PLAN
YULE FEST FOR CHILDREN
Will Co-4perate with Federated Char-
ities Dec. 18, for Party at
Union
Campus societies of the University
will give a Christmas entertainment
to the poor children of Ann Arbor
with the co-operation of the Associa-
tion of Federated Charities, Tuesday
afternoon, Dec. 18, at the Michigan
Union. Representatives of different
societies interested in the movement
met last night at the Union and dis-
cussed plans for the entertainment.
B. A. Swaney, '18, was elected general
chairman of the entertainment, L. W.
Thoms, '18E, chairman of the enter-
tainment committee, C. R. Sabin, '18E,
chairman of the refreshment commit-
tee, and A. E. Hobbs, '19, chairman
of the financial committee.
A general meeting of the represent-
tives of the societies will be held at
5:30 o'clock Friday at the Union to
discuss further plans.
REMAIN IN UNIVERSITY
ADVISES PRESIDENT HUTCHINS

300 MEN JOIN MILITARY
SERVICE; DESERT CAMPUS
(Continued from Page One)
stores course; Alfred G. Morency,
I8E, of Sturgis, Camp Custer; Edward
M. O'Hara, '2t" E, of Ann Arbor, Camp
Custer; Jacob N. Rosenthal, '18E, of
Los Angeles, Cal., Camp Devens,
Mass.; C. P. Russell, '18E, of Battle
Creek, Camp Custer; C. E. Sawyer,
Spec. E., of Marshall, aviation corps;
Carlton S. Scribner, '18E, of Toledo,
O., aviation corps at Columbus; Carl
A. Gorling, ordnance section at Rock
Island Arsenal; A. N. Wood, '20E, of
Alma, signal corpse W. G. Booth, '20E,
of Detroit, aviation; Byron E. Breck-
enridge, '18E, of Hamilton, Ontario,
sanitary corps; W.; C. Gernt, '18E, of
Detroit, 23rd Eng. Regiment, U. S. A.;
N. H. Johnson, '20E, of Ivonton, O., av-
iation; P. H. Kemmer, '20E, of Lima,
O., aviation; W. A. Lanz, 'ISE, of Uti-
ca, N. Y., private munitions plant at
Utica, N. Y.; George E. Rogers, Jr.,
'20E, of Grand Rapids, aviatiop; E. J.
Zoellin, '19E, of Maywood, Ill., Y. M.
C. A. Work.
Other School Lists To Follow
Lists of students who have left the
other departments in the University
ill be published as soon as they ar
comniled.

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(Continued from Page One)
the Civil war did, and that there
would be another great period of re-
construction, in which trained men
would be a vital necessity.
He expressed regret at his inability
to come into more direct personal
contact with the student body, and
said that he welcomed every oppor-
tunity of meeting the students infor-
mally.
During the earlier part of the after-
noon, the gathering was enlivened
by "jazz" furnished by an orchestra
composed of C. H. Cottington, '19,C.
F. Lyman, '18, D. A. Diffenderfer, '20E,
and E. H. Luther, '21.
In spite of the cold weather, there
was a fair attendance, and the com-
mittee in charge is very optimistic
in regard to the future success of the
mixers.

Eastman
is our Pr
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WHAT'S GOING ,ON

TODAY
6:30 o'clock-K. of P. students meet
in K. of P. parlors.
6:30 o'clock-Wesleyan guild holds
annual banquet in Methodist church
parlors.
7:30 o'clock-Kentucky club meets
at Michigan Union.
7:30 o'clock-M. W. Gardner ad-
dresses Botanical Journal club in
room 173, Natural Science building.
7:30 o'clock-Illinois club smoker at
Michigan Union.
7:30 o'clock-Adelphi debating so-
ciety meets in Adelphi rooms, Univer-
sity hall.

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TOMORROW
10:30 o'clock -- A. C. Bachrach
speaks in room 102, West hall, on
"Sentimentality in Journalism."
8 o'clock-Prof. E. R. Turner lec-
tures in Natural Science auditorium
about the war.
8 o'clock-Organization meeting of
the Dante league of America in room
103, University hall.
8:15 o'cock-Arts and Crafts play-
ers appear in three playlets in Sarah
Caswell 'Angell hall.

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U-NOTICES
7:30 o'clock tomorrow night, Fresh
Law smoker at the Michigan Union.

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Y STUDENTS' NEED

Stanley G. Fontanna, '17, on Furlough
Stanley G. Fontanna, '17, member
of Michigan's track team last year,
has returned on a three weeks' fur-
lough from Allentown, Pa., where he
is a sergeant in the Michigan contin-
gent.

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