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REPORT SHORTAGE Of
CLOTHING AT CUSTER
LACK OF PROPER SIZES PRE-
VENTS MANY FROM PARTICI-
PATING IN DRILLS

Y.

M. C. A. PLACES
613 IN POSITIONS

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AL NEWS

Vool Fabrics

Woolens are hard to get. But despite
assortment of all-wool fabrics in the
patterns for men's stylish clothes are on
'his is an event you can't afford to over-
ver. $30.00 buys a good suit that is truly
)METHING EXTRA

MALCOLM.
'LIBERTY STREET

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in Economy

Our
Price
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Others
15e
oC ea.

Difference
on Rolls,
25c
900

in price..........................$1.15
HS WITH US AND SAVE MONEY
ited half day to day sooner than others.
e Floral Shop
:K DEPARTMENT
Call us for Party and Group Pictures

Battle Creek, Dec. 18.-Due to the
lack of proper sizes in clothing that
i7 stored in the quartermaster's ware-
house, many men here are excluded.
from outside drillwork and others are
still wearing the civilian clothing
which they brought to camp.
The Red Cross has furnished gar-
ments for a considerable number of
soldiers. There are even a few cases
on file where two men are using the
same clothing to drill, one using the
clothes in the morning and his "bun-
kie" donning them in the afternoon.
Although this state of affairs has
long been realized by men familiar
with Camp Custer, divisional officers
have not, heretofore, given the facts
out for publication, since the fault!
lies not with Custer authorities', but
with men higher up.
Large Sizes At a Premium
The chief trouble with the unfor-
tunate conditions is that large sizes
seem to be at a premium while the
warehouse shelves are loaded down
with shoes, coats, blouses, and socks
which are in such small sizes that
they can not be used at present.
The quartermaster has no shoes
on hand larger than 8%. Of sizes
smaller than 8/ there are about 10,-
000 pairs on the shelves. A large ma-
jority of the Custer men wear shoes.
ranging in size from 9 to 12. Many
of these men can not attend drill, or-
ders having been given to allow no
one without proper footwear to work
outside.
Small Siues Plentiful
The same lack of large sized over-
coats and service coats is apparent,
but the quartermaster has plenty of
these garments in small sizes.
These incomplete equipments are
causing a serious delay in the practice
and drill work of the new men at
the camp since, as a means of preven-
tion of illness, no Custer man is per-
mitted on the field unless he is well
clothed.'
Interesting its
Free vocational schools, administer-
ed by a new war training department,
will train drafted men in large num-
bers for special army work and gov
erment construction.

AADE' JEWELER

Value of All Positions Filled by "Y"a
Employment Bureau Totals
$19,594.50
Six hundred and thirteen students
were placed in paying positions this
year up to Dec. 1, by the University
Y. M. C. A. employment office. Many
more have secured jobs since that
date.
The report made by the Employment
Secretary N. D. Ireland, '18, is as fol-
lows:
Total number of jobs filled'
(to Dec. 1).........,... 613
Permanent positions filled.., 136
Temporary positions filled.. 477
Total value of all positions'
filled............... 19594.50
Minimum of applications for per-
manent jobs .......... ...439
Estimated probable number of
applications for permanent '
positions........ .... 550'
Perentage of permanent appli-
cations that were filled through '
the employment office.........31.
Positions unfilled ........56
(Causes--in most cases-work listed'
too late, and of an urgent nature.)
Honor Points to be Liven for Walking
Athletic honor points will be given,
for skating and walking done during,
the Christmas holidays, Miss Alice
Evans, director of physical training
for wonien, announced yesterday.
One athletic honor will be given for
each hike of ten miles, as well as for
two hours of skating within a two
weeks' time limit. Reports of such
activity should be turned in at Bar-
bour gymnasium immediately after
the holiday season.
Professor Meader To Talk at Yale
Prof. Clarence Meader of the lan-
guage department will attend the an-
nual meeting of the modern language
association to be held Dec. 27 and 29
at Yale university. He will read a pa-
per entitled "Democracy in Russian
Literature" before the members of
the association. From there Professor
Meader will go to Philadelphia to at-
tend the yearly meeting of the Ameri-
can Philological dasociation.
Senior Women to Aid Vocational Work
Statistics regarding remunerative
positions for women are to be compil-
ed by the vocational conference com-
mittee of the Women's league. Let-
ters are being circulated among the
senior girls asking for information
concerning opportunities open to
women in their home towns. The ob-
ject of the committee is to aid in the
work of the vocational conferences
held annually by the Women's league.
Molls May Be Obtained at Y. W. C. A.
Christmas dolls of many sizes and
descriptions are available for dressing
for the poor kiddies of the city and
may be obtained from the Y. W. C. A.
at Newberry hall.
A large number of these dolls have
been provided for by campus organiza-
tions and University women. Those
who do not sew may help by money
contributions to the buying fund.
Kenneth W. Vance, '17, Marries
The marriage of Honor Waldo
Gaines, '16, of this city, to Kenneth
William Vance, '17, of Detroit, occur-
red last Friday evening at -8 o'clock.
The bride is a member of the Kappa
Kappa Gamma sorority, and the
groom a member of the Phi Gamma
Delta fraternity.

"So Long Letty," at the G
"The Call of the Woods",
Whitney, Sunday. Dec. 23.
TODAY
Majestic-Vaudeville.

arrick. *
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Orpheum-Dick Rosson in "A
Case at Law." Also Triangle Com-
edy; "War and Matrimony."

Ann Arbor

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Wuerth-Pathe's War Picture, *
"Tanks." Also Comedy. *

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Text-Books and Suppli
For all Courses
WE SUPPLY EVERY STUDENTS' NEED
Sheehan & Co.

Arcade-Gladys Brockwell
"Conscience." Also Mutt and
Cartoon, "Fluke Heroes."

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AT THE THEATERS

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Shows at 3:oo, 6:30, 8:00, 9:30
15c Unless Otherwise Specified
Wed-ig-Gladys BrockwelL in "C
science" and Mutt and Jeff Carto
"Fluke Heroes."
'Phu-Fr 2i-2o- -Virginia. Lee Corbin
Francis Carpenter in "Jack and
Beanstalk" (8 parts) and Chris
Comedy, "A Smokey Love A ffa
Adults 25c. Children 1sc. (Sh
at 3:oo, 6:30 and 8:30.)
Sat-22.George Walsh in "The Van
Nay" and Pathe News.
M01n-241-Frances X. Bushman and 11
erly Bayne in "The Adopted S
and Drew Comedy, "His Curiosit
'Pue-25-Mary Louise in " BiI
Christmas Carol"by aKte Dou,
Wiggin, and Comedy. Adults,
Children, oc.
Wed-26-Virginia Pearson in "T
Shalt ,ot Steal" and Mutt and
Cartoon, "Secret Service."
Thu-27-June Caprice in "Every G
Dream" and Christie Come
"Honeymooners."
Fri-28-Dustin Fiarnum in "North
53" and Christie Colnedy.
Sat-29-Mme. Olga Petrova in "
ence Sellers" (Ret.) and D
Comedy.
Mon-3-Emmy Wehlen in "The Oul
e," and Drew Comedy, "Tw
Go0od l-fens andi True."
225 E. Liberty. Phone 13
GOUHEU I FLOALU

will be given
on that date.

Rae--Mirrian Cooper in "Inno-
cent Sinners." Also Keystone
Comedy, "Late Lamented."

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AT THE WHITNEY

NICKELS ARCADE

over to "The

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On Sunday, Dec. 23, the Kinsey
Komedy Kompany will return to the
Whitney for a week's engagement.
They will open with a matinee, '"The
Call of the Woods." This is a com-
plete production with vaudeville be-
tween acts. There will be a change
of play each evening with matinees
on Christmas day., Sunday, and Fri-
day. On Saturday evening the com-
pany* will not appear as the theater
Rae Theatre - Today
William Fox Presents Mirian
Cooper in "The Innocent Sinner"
KeystoneComedy 'Late Lamented'
Nights: Orch- AflflWed
BalanceHouse and Sat., 25c
25c to $1.00 DETROIT to $1.00
OLIVER MORCSCO presents
So Long Letty
With Charlotte Greenwood
JM A JESTICI

Flowers
Plants
Ferns

Baskets
Corsages
Decorato

Sp

Wuertb
Prices:
Matinees 2, 3:30.

e Wishes the Readers of

l umey, " Aindu Hoooo.
Sat-2 William Russell in "Sn
Mlon-2.44'dna Goodrich in "A
Maird.-Aso Comedy and
News.
St-n-ion-23-2-Julian Eltinge
Clever Mrs. Carfox." Also
'TW-"^6-'aylor Holmes in

Michigan Daily

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Between Highland Park and the De-
trait limits, 200 people were busy cut-
ting their own fuel with bucksaws
Sunday.
Wellesley girls have voted to be-
-come gardeners next spring, working
eight hours per day, and accepting a
wage of $1.80 per day.
Lack of wool for knitting did not
phase a North Dakota branch of the
Red Cross. Members sheared their
own sheep, carded and spun the wool,
and proceeded with the work.

Matinee 3 P. M.-10-20c
NITES: 7 :30-9-20-2.30c

Merry Christmas

and a

Tom Linton & Jungle Girls
Scenic, Singing and Dancing
Tropical Oddities
Bring the Kiddies
SHAWS COMEDY CIRCUS
Fun in the Circus Ring
4-OTHER FEATURES-4

- OrpheumThe
Prices: ioc unless otherwise
1r Matinees z. 3:3o. Nights 6:3c
S Saturdays-Sundays-Contin
BOOKINGS FOR DECEh
= Tues-XVed-i8-i9-Dick Rosson
Case at Law." Also Trian
. edy, "War and Matrimony."
Thurs-Fri-20-21Belle Bennett
C Fuel of Life." Also Trian
= edy, "An Innocent Vampire.
Sat-.22-Enmy Lynn in "The F
Silence."* Also Comedy anc
Sun.2-Jack Gardner in "Gift
- Also Comedy.
I ,e:s-Awed-25-26-Walt Whitman
Regenerates." Also Triangle
"A False Alarm."
T1hurs-ri-27-28-Winifred Aller

Happy New

-Year

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examination for this camp.

gradu-;

A. Bursley, left
rille,'Fla., where
.t Camp Jos. E.
'termaster's de-
ier was a mem-
ws reportorial

R. 0. T. C. men will not have any
athletic, gymnasUc, or drill program
this afternoon in Waterman gymnas-
ium. The gymnasium will be open to
all students who desire to make up
back gymnasium work under Dr.
George A. May. The program for the
military companies on Jan. 3 will be
published immediately after the vaca-
tion holidays..

Instead of the usual gold piece, em-
ployees of the Majestic theatre in De-
troit will receive a card of thrift
stamps for a Christmas gift this year.
Seventy-five women students at Col-
umbia school of dentistry have offered
to serve as dentists for army recruits.
Penny shortage was recently met by,
a Scranton, Pa., bank by the issue of
script.
Japan has given financial support
to the Entente Allies to the extent of
500,000,000, according to the minister
of finance.
Sir John Paget, at the law society
tribunal in London, denounced big
fuilerals as an extravagance inexcusa-
ble in war time.
Polish your floor with Old English
Floor Wax. .C. H. Major & -Co. Phone
237.-Adv.

WHI fINEY

H EATRE BI
Starting Sun., D
Matinee Sun

o have sent in appli-j
third officers' reserve
will be examined to-
terman gymnasium by
G. Holmes, M. R. C.,
This will probably be
e to take the physical

A Christmas gift to please the whole
family-how about re-decorating the
home? C. H. Major & Co. Phone
237.-Adv.

A want ad in the Daily will
your property.-Adv.

ss. !

Emernan, ex-'18L, Gets Appointment
L. B. Emerman, ex-'18L, has received
an appointment as orderly in the legal
department of the army at Camp Sher-
idan, Montgomery, Alabama. Emer-
man is a member of the Woolsack,
Mimes, and was prominent as a mem-
ber of the Union Opera.
Byron A. Finney to Act as Judge
Mr. Byron A. Finney, reference lib-
rarian-emeritus, is one of the judges
in the Melendy-Dow annual oratorical
contest of the Alpha Kappa Phi so-
ciety of Hillsdale college, on Thurs-
day of this week.
Naval Reserves to Report at Union
All naval reserve men sworn in Fri-
day, Dec. 14, are asked 'to report to
R.,H. Knight at 12:15 o'clock today at
the Union.
BzAbTTY SHOP
Miss Mable Rowe. Shampooing,
Hairdressing, Chiropody, Manicuring,
open evenings by appointment. 320
N. F'ifth_ Ave. 240.-Ad'.

The Fav
Kinsey Kor
In All New
Change ,of B
All New Va

Christmas Gits.
Students' Supply
Store
z 1111 S. Univ. Phone 1160-R

Dec.

THE CALL
THE WOI

MADGE KINSEY

MATINEES--SUN. XMAS. AND FRI.
Prices: 20 and 25c

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