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e now conside
he draft age.
age who have
t us say that
wisdom is se
of service at

ueer that the Inlan
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of them. More pra

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.ver- PROF. H. I[. HIGBIE URGES THATj
por- MICHIGAN PUBLICATIONS BE
SENT TO MEN IN SERVICE.
ring
To Editor, The Michigan Daily:
-not Undoubtedly every Michigan man
they who has gone into the national ser-
lect- vice with the army or the navy, abroad
this or at home, would be heartily thank-
ful for anything which would keep
the memories of Ann Arbor fresh in
ider, ,his mind. Perhaps if these memories
rsity were kept alive, many an undergrad-
sting uate who has left college before com-
anks pleting his course might thereby be
induced to come back when the emer-
gency has passed.
iique I would suggest that you present
king this idea to your readers: That any
har- reader of subscriber of The Daily or
any other college publication (The
Gargoyle for instance) who will be
next willing to mail his copy after .he has
;lory finished reading it shall be furnished
etc. through the Daily office or through
the Michigan Union with the name
eav- and address of some Michigan man
n be who is serving the country.
As an alumnus of Columbia Univer-
sity and in response 'to a suggestion of
the "Columbia Alumni News," I have
pt to been sending weekly for some time my
copy of the "News" to a Columbia
man who is in the service of the U.
ight. S. A. abroad. I believe the idea is a,
fine one. .

d soon De forthcoming.
nano only comes backi
of the sport writers' g
:g "lead by the Tank,"
by the number of mer 1
aw school, we will soon
wless days.
ketball team will attemp
Case of defeat tonight.
1 was matchless last ni

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JAZZ
AT MIXER

An All-campus mixer will be given
2:30 o'clock this afternoon in Bar-
ur gymnasium, by the Girls' Glee
ib. During the intermission the
ib will sing "Dinah," by Clayton
hns, "America and Liberty," by Earl
oore and Dr. L. L. Davis, and the
Valtz Song," from "Faust." Ike
sher, assisted by his Jazz band will,
rnish music.
The chaperones are: Mrs. Arthur.
Hall, Miss Grace Greenwood, Miss
;nes E. Wells, Miss Nora Crane
int, Mrs. William Kilpatrick, and
s Louise Potter.
Tickets will be sold at the door.
Iello Girls" Will e Sent To France,
A unit of 150 telephone operators
to be formed for immediate service
France under the army signal corps.
Applicants must be able to speak
th French and English, and must
physically fit. Women desiring
take up this work should apply to
6 Mills Building, Annex, Washing-
n, D. C.
Another call for women to serve
e country in the capacity of sten-
raphers has been sent out by Dr.
ma Howard Shaw, national chair-
an of the Women's committee, Coun-
. of national defense. Information
ncerning such positions may be ob-
ined by addressing the United States
vil Service Commission, 1724 F St.,r
W., Washington, D. C.
esin Dents May Join Medical Corps
Freshmen of the Dental college will
permitted to enlist in the medicala
serve corps after Dec. 15, upon ap-
ication to the surgeon general. This
11 allow many more students o
aft age the privilege of remaining
school until they finish their
urses. About 150 students of the
llege have already enlisted.
It's a practical gift-combining or-j
,mentation, good cheer, comfort and'
uie economy through preservation-
hat? Decorating the living room
.th some of those new soft-toned
pestries. C. H. Major & Co. Phone

H. H. HIGBIE .
OUTFITTING CHILD WILL BE
XMAS GIFT TO MORTARBOARD
Mortarboard has volunteered to be
responsible for the clothing of some
little girl as their share of holiday
giving this year. A number of cam-
pus organizations have arranged for
the outfitting and entertainment of one
or more children of the city this
Christmas, but so far Mortarboard is
the first woman's honor society to en-
ter this list.
In addition to a complete "dressing
up" the society has plnned a Christ-
mas party for the benefit of the young
lady in question, which is to take
place Monday afternoon at the home
of Marian Williams, '18, 726 Church
street.
TRAIN MEN BEHIND TRENCHES
SAYS MAJOR-GENERAL PARKER
Battle Creek, Mich., Dec. 14.-"The
sooner we et our men to France,"
said Major-General James L. Parker,
who assumed command of the 85th
division here today, "the sooner they
will be ready for battle."
Major-General Parker further stat-
ed that Michigan men of the 32nd di-
vision, now training at Waco, have
been picked as the next contingent to
go abroad, having shown the best de-
velopment of any similar division. The
new Custer chief believes firmly that
the best place to train soldiers is near
the battle fronts where the men can
,see the airplanes, hear the artillery
and mix with real live soldiers who
are in the thick of the fray.
Having trained the Wisconsin and
Michigan guardsmen of the 32nd di-
vision except for the few weeks which
he spent as an observer of trench war-
fare, Major-General Parker is excep-
tionally well fitted to direct the move-
ments of the Custer men and his ar-
rival here will stimulate training and
possibly help in placing the 85th di-
vision nearer the top of the sailing
lists.
A new Christmas booklet by Lloyd
C. Dougles.. Price 10 cents. -Foster
House of Art.-Adv.

Women's league board of directors
will meet at 9 o'clock this morning
in Barbour gymnasium.
The Girls' Glee club will give an
4ll-campus mixer at 2:30 o'clock this
afternoon in Barbour gymnasium.
I
Michigan Dames will meet at 7:30
o'clock Monday night at Newberry
hall.
Employment can be secured at the
office of the Dean of Women.
Women expecting to be in town dur-
ing vacation are asked to sign in the
Women's league room or at Newberry
hall.
All junior girls interested in writing
lyrics and music for the Junior Girls'
play will meet at 2:30 Monday after-
noon in the parlors of Barbour gym-
nasium.
Choice Bits From'
College Exchanges
Members of the faculty o the Uni-
versity of Illinois-have decided to take
military drill two days a week even
though the -head of the military de-:
partment told them it would be hard
work.
Much interest is being aroused at
the University of Pennsylvania over
the plans for a new stadium. It is
planned to have it seat 100,000, making
it the largest in the world for college
dork. If built, it will be larger by
31,000 than the- famous Yale bowl.
Thirteen student organizations and.
30 faculty members of the University1
of Nebraska have adopted French or-
phans.
The University of Colorado has es-
tablished this year a four year course
in home economics leading to a B. S.
degree. Previously there had been
a school for social and home econo-
mics intended for non-professional
-training.
There is also to be a new develop-
ment in the department of physical'
education for women. The university
has obtained the services of Dr. Elsie
Beelye Pratt, formerly of the Univer-
sity of Michigan, who will visit the
university once a week to co-operate
with the department in the supervision
of the health of women students. Dr.
Pratt wil take up her duties in No-
vember.
The University of Nevada student
daily suggests that it would be a mpod
idea to leave Red Cross bandages in
the parlors for the boys to fold while
they are waiting for "her" to appear.
They are easy to fold and sometimes
a fellow has time to fold a bale of
them. One young man claims the re-
cord of 21 bandages while he waited
for the girl to put on her hat. r
Reindel, '18, Enters Aviation Service
Edgar G. Reindel, '18, enlisted in
the U. S. aviation service Thursday
afternoon, and is now stationed at the
Selfridge aviation field.
$
Dance at the Armory before going
home. Last time Sat. night--Adv.
Michigan 'Blankets, Pillows, Ban-
ners, Memory Books, Song Books,
Jewelry, etc., etc., at Wahr's.-Adv.

STATE ST.

THE EBERBACH & SON

The Michigan

200-204 EAST LIBERTY STREET

Chemicals

Laboratory Supplies

Drugs and

Toilt Specialties

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NOW ON DISPLAY
STATE SThEET

LIMITED EDITION-Each one put up in artistic e
mail. A very excellent Christmas Gift -at the a
500

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During the quiet Winter months, a
discount in both labor and materials
will be, given for all interior decorat-
ing. C. H. Major & Co. Phon 237.-
Adv.
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A new military
overcoat
Wear it on cool days this
fall or on rainy days.
Hart Schaffner
Marx

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' That shipment of
onian Cordovans I

ve been waiting for has JUST ARRIVED.

made it, which means i
stand good hard wear
tear, and give you the
kind of a value.

and
best

has one of the best
Candy Stores in the
They lave their cwn Ref
System, and make then.
pCream and Candies.:
You axe invited to vis
spect their plant.
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on sale today and all next week at $8.95
(Regular Price $10.00).

Several ariations frmen
and young men.
Reule-Conlin-

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And all other styles of 'fine shoes at similar reductions.

Your e
Iing need fu
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to $2 on every pair bought during our BIG STOCK REDUCTION
SALE of Men's Fine Shoes.

Fiegel Co.
The big store at the south-
east corner Main and Wash-
ington Streets-do'ntoun.

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308 So. State Street

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