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December 14, 1917 - Image 2

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The Michigan Daily, 1917-12-14

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'eace prize for 1917 has
to the Red Cross.

d when I got
n't want them,
very little or
nan, I literally
classmen who,
i, amounted to
>us. And now
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to keep in my
eeling of pity.
idual, but be-
s, too, on the

Bricklayers are wanted for the non-
flying section of the aviation corps
in France. Just what they have to
do with flying is not explained.

British tonnage completed
month of November almost4
the losses by enemy attack
same period.

in thej
equaled
in the

Masques will meet at 7:30 o'clock
tonight at Newberry hall. All mem-
bers are urged to be present.
The Women's league will entertain'
at a Christmas party from 3:30 to
5:30 o'clock thiF afternoon at Bar-
bour gymnasium.
Board of directors of the Women's
league will meet at 9 o'clock tomor-
row morning at Barbour 'gymnasium.
The Girls' Glee club will give an
All-campus mixer at 2:30 o'clock to-
morrow afternoon in Barbour gym-
nasium.
Girls desiring employment are ask-
ed to call at the office of the Dean of
Women.

The Ml

LIMITED EDITION-Each one put up in artistic
mail. A very excellent Christmas (ift -at the
50"

STATE ST.

WAHRS
BOOKSTORES

Club houses are being planned in
Grand Rapids for Camp Custer boys
to spend their Sundays there.

volunteers are being called'
st draft boards all over the

We have a c
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The number of women employed on
trams, busses and railways in England
has increased 326 per cent since 1914.
Behind the lines in France there are
several women acting as newspaper

Those interested in the revival of
Christmas carol singing are asked to
meet at 7 o'clock tonight at Lane hall.
LANE HALL TO BE OPEN FOR
FESTIVITIES DURING HOLIWAYS

Flashlight Ba

Switzer's Hardw
, 310 STATE

nas General Leads At-
Headline in Chicago
bly he wanted to make
k re was a ghost.'
ie "Oh, Boy!" company
before the soldiers at
Oh, Boy!" "This is the

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The New York university has open-
ed to women a course in war medical
work.
Classical Club Presents Playlets
Two sketches were presented by
the Classical club last night in Alum-
ni Memorial hall. The playlets were
"Auli's Difficulty," and "Lucullu's
Dinner Party;"
Charlotte B. Kelsy, '18, and Lewis
P. Waldo, '18, who are .remembered by
their work In last year's Greek play,
"Iphigenia Among the Taurians," ap-
peared as leads.
The Classical club expects to followj
this up with a series of other sketch-!
es during the year.
Fraternity Fire Causes $25 Damage
Fire of unknown origin caused
about $25 worth of damage at the
Delta Theta Phi fraternity, 721 South
State street Wednesday noon.
Dance at the Armory before g >ing
home. Last time Sat. night.- .

, Informal holiday parties will be
held at Lane hall during Christmas
vacation according to action taken by CH ICE
the Y. M. C. A. cabinet Wednesday
night.
At this time the cabinet held its
monthly dinner at Newberry hall to
discuss plans for the year beginning NOW
Jan. 1.. and it was decided to keep
Lane hall open for festivities. Men
and women students will gather Fri- -S ater S
day, Dec. 21, for the first of the part- STA
ies. Anyone remaining in Ann Arbor
during the holidays will be welcome
to use the building and attend the Students exempt or not drafted
parties. Ten cents admission will be;prentrexempt o ng t rae
charged to cover expenses of refresh- Spring. for filling vacancies n
ments and entertainment. Spring. Phone 1376-R after noon
day.-Adv.
Michigan Calendars-50c at Wahr's
Bookstore. Take one home with t Do your Christmas plans include
you.-Adv. papering your home or any room in
We will gladly help you in choosh

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bring tobac-
ght. Smokes

naval reserves
ty, bond on the

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install-

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n for the muffI

Buy your alari clocks at
Chapman's, Jeweler. 113 8.
-Adv.

J. L also see that it fits the color-scheme
Main. of your home. C. H. Major & Co.
Phone 237.-Adv.

MILITARY
TRENCH COATS
Where Style and Utility Meet
For all round wear, for style, for com-
fort in all weathers, the trench coat
offers a combination of features found
in no other coat.
KUPPENHEIMER

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military belted coats are entirely different
from the great average. There is snap and
style in every line; lapels that are as good looking
as they are useful in rough iveather; bertical or
slanting slash pockets; your choice of plain back,
deep inberted centre plait or panelled back; belt
buckles are leather cobered. You iill like a
trench coat in fleeces, colorful Scotch fabrics
and oberplaid designs. You ivill like the
kalues, too, delibered at
$22.50, $25, $30, $35
N. F. ALLEN CO.
MAIN STREET

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