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tia Church
Huron Streets

CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH

State

in which to impart
iency and energy to
which this war willj
concentrate it in the
e experienced organ-
s been recognized by

for

ch a concentration of ad-
action in this matter
absolutely necessary and
aestly call upon all those
tribute either great sums
he alleviation of the suf-
istress which must inevi-'
ut of this fight for human-
aocracy to contribute to
ass.-Woodrow Wilson.

that a few
ot only the
r Spangled

le first a.

e Liberty bonds, Liberty
iberty airplane motors.
is Liberty. And we're
t that.

10:30-Morning Service with address
by Rev. R. S. Loring on "The Good
Over-looked."
6:30-"The Question of Poland." Ad-.
dress by Prof. Stanislaus J. Zowski,
before the Student Society. Tho-
public is invited.
UPHOLDS DRILL STUDENTS
HARSHA, '18E, SAYS THAT 19
CREDIT - SEEKING DRILLERS
ARE NOT MICHIGAN MEN.'
Editor, The Michigan. Daily:
Tle beacon light of the campus,'
The Daily's editorial column, flared
forth as usual this morning and gave
to the world a statement which is
sure to find favor among yellow
journalists and pro-German propag-
andists.
We -have all read the statemnnt by
this time but parts of it will bear
repeating. It tells us that our patriot-
ism is "naught but sentiment arising
from an 'excited nervous state." Is
this the much lauded "Michigan Spir-
it?" Is this why Michigan men are
giving their all to the nation? When
hias Michigan made itself open .to such
criticism? And the editorial goes
farther to say that.19 out pf 22 men
taking military training frankly ad-
mitted that they were taking the
course for the credit. These 19 men
are the filthiest sort 'of slackers and
should not be classed as Michigan
men. Would it be permissible to
challenge the editorial writer to prove
his statements by obtaining a more
general consensus of opinion?
H. P. HARSHA, '18E.
Magazines - Best club rates at
Wahr's University Bookstore.-Adv.

Rev. Lloyd C. Douglas will preach
On
"HIS PEACE"
Michigan Dames will meet at 7:30
o'clock tomorrow night at Newberry
hall.
Point system statistics should be
turned in to Sue Verlenden, '20, 1205
Hill street, before Christmas vaca-
tion.
Tryouts for the freshman Girls' Glee
club will be held at 5 o'clock tomor-
row afternoon in Miss Nora C. Hunt's
studio, University School of Music.
Stylus will meet at 7:30 o'clock
Tuesday night with Mrs. Clarence B.
Goshorn, 501 E. Madison street. Dues
are payable at this meeting.
Mortarboard will meet at 3:30 0'-{
clock tomorrow afternoon with Marian
Williams, 726 Church street.
All junior girls interested in writ-
ing lyrics and music for the junior
girls' play are asked to meet at 2:35
o'clock tomorrow afternoon in the
parlors of Barbour gymnasium.
argaret Reckley, '19, Engaged
Engagement of Margaret M. Beck-
ley. '19. to Frederick S. Unton was
recently announced at the Martha
Cook building. The marriage has
been set for Dec. 26. Mr. Upton has
just completed the ordnance course
at this University.

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10:30 A.M.

Price 50 Cents

Be sure to join this we(
home with you a copy of

STATE ST.

w

We have a complete stock
FLA.SHLIGHTS
and
Flashlight Batterii
Switzer' s Hardy
310 STATE
CHO ICE SLECTI(
OF
NOW ON DISPLAY ;

If

The Michiga-

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would seem that they made the
Union a safe place for men at
Friday night Spotlight.
listments continuing, Ann Arbor,
look like a Wisconsinized Michi-
soon.
.gineers ought' to be breathing
of relief.

Silater'sA
S'TA'TE8

ERS WILL
UOTA ON TIMEf

rkers at Angell house have al-
r finished one-third of their quota
,000 pads set for the first of the
The necessary average of 650
per day has been exceeded. One
he number finished reached 1,200,
another day 1,538. So many wom-
ave.responded to the urgent call
the directors of the work expect
assignment to be filled the first
of next week.
41 House Closes During Holidays'
gell house-will be closed during
holidays because so few women
to work at that time. The heat-
and general upkeep of the house
too much in proportion to the

It's a practical gift-combining or-
namentation, good cheer, comfort and
true economy through preservation-
What? Decorating the living room
with some of those new soft-toned
tapestries. C. H. Major & Co. Phone
837.-Adv.

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HOME COOKING
Just. like Mothers
Will be open Xmas Vacation
Informal Banquets arranged

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;ut of work. It will re-open
1.
ewish Stuzdents' Society Meets
of. Leroy Waterman of the Se-
cs department will give the sec-
of his series of talks on "Early
sh History up to the Captivity,"
re the meeting of the Jewish stu-
s' society at 7 o'clock tonight in.
e hall.

BOSWORTH INN

119 N. Thayer St.

Phone 71-

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I SHOP EARLY

SHOP EARL

Schumacher Hardware Co.

But
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up

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A Store of Individual Shops
308-10-12 S. Main St.

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Only Seven Shopping Days Before Christmas

GIFTS FOR BOYS
Skates

GIFTS FOR WOMEN

GIFTS FOR MEN

Watches
Sleds
Erectors
Pocket Knives
Blocks
Boxing; Gloves
Tool Boxes
Work Benches
Tool Chests
Coaster Wagons
Velocipedes
Skuddes Kars
Snow Shovels
Games

Desk Sets
Scissors
-Salt and Pepper Sets
Table Lamps
Crumb Scrapers
Casseroles
Electric Irons
Hot Water Bottles
Manicure Sets
Electric Vacuum Cleaners
Salad Dishes
Irons
Fire Screens
Library Sets
Chafing Dishes
Bud Vases
Trays

Smoke Stands
Poker Racks and Chips
Flashlights
Revolvers
Guns
Pocket Knives
Shaving Sets
Cigarette Boxes
Fishing Rods
Reels
Lap Boards
Refrigerator Baskets
Ash Trays
Tobacco Jars
Golf Bags
Hunting Coats
Thermos Bottles

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GIFTS FOR
GIRLS
Dolls
Dishes
Blocks

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TOYS

Roller'

-GIFTS FOR BABY
Silver Knives and Forks
Baby Scales
Baby Hampers
Brooms
Carpet Sweepers
Baby Spoons.
.Rubber Toys
Stuffed Dogs
Push Carts

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.25 to $7.50

Sleds $1.50 to

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