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HANKSGIING1

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A Seasn of ood Tings

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At thi tieo h er ith gootd things
Wh'y dn y ou get rady o:the Holidays?
Ani 11-%o .lii ovr'aiidviu lct and lhand-
taiore to~ ii idi id~d neaure xiIi be buth so nsible
and csabaidwl ieyuoetiggood for
the ho l<idays

LYN14DO0N
THE ONE
Who deli"
been deliv(
right here ai
Kodaks
arid
, XPPpas

719 N. V~esi
E P H OTOGRAP HER
giesthe Goods and hay
rering them for 12 yearsc
among Michigan Students
G~i~ ~ans
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thatSui or .)xoi4ir' iu ' fo Thnsi'hveg

QUITS TO ORDER

Di , 'iS SU)TS FOR I RE

1e 1,1'

604 E. Liberty St.

Malcolm Block

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SUNDAY SERVICES IN
ANN AR1BOR CHURCHES
St. Aindreii'. Church (Episcopal)
Holy communion at 7:30 o'clock,
morning sermon at 10:30 o'clock, and
evening prayer at 7 :30 o'clock.
Second lbaptist Church
1'reachrin ; at 7:30 o'clock this morn-
ing.
Nortih Side LII E. Church
Sermon by Rev. S. W. Baldwin, D.D.,
of Flint, at 10:30 o'clock. Evening ser-
mon at 7:30 o'clock, by Rev. D. H.
Ramsadeil, of Ann Arbor.
Fi1st Church of Christ, Scientist
Sermion on "Mortals and lInmortals"
at. 10:30 o'clock.

Show,; at 3.00; U>o;lno-93
roc Unless Otherwi=.c pa cd
Phone 6-1
IFri.-io-Lionel ofaCowardice"n "Thr
Sat.-r i-Robert 7Edeson i .., i.is~
Meii''-Cearlie Chap'irn in '1' , i~w i
slop,''13c. Childlrenl's 2li ,n- i
"Midnight ride of r a:ix--
"Bus'ter and His C. -i',"NKl n
D~reamnland'', "Royal (Gorge''
M1on.-Y3-W'illiam GCillette i -i '::,c
Holmes," (RetL)

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Orpheurn7 Th{
MNatin~eeS, 2 :oo-3 :;0; ivnn,6:5.
Saturdays-Holidays co imm
ua1.-Ton.-za-z3-I ouise II t. In , oC
Rewvard of Patience." Alsoloiie
T[ravel s.
CL'iis.-1 DforothyG hi Grhh Ulm
Greenhorn.''As 1ragi nm-my
Fred Mace "1in Lv a's Mui
E*ve. i~c.
XWed.-i5-IDoum~s as Fair banks in"! i
Good Bad Man." Also't':l:: ,,l.
Comedy, Charles Muri y i 'i
Marble Heart.'' Rebooked

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MAIN STUDIOS
'74',=48 Broadway

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Pop. Mat. Wed.
Best Seats $1.oo.
Sat. Mat. 25c
to $1.50.

Presbyterian (.1h urch
Preaching at 10:30 o'clock. Blll
ditoriuin sermon at 7:30 o'clock.

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Wes Point, Ni. Y.
PricetnN. J. ,.
:~tu fn pton, Mass.
anotve1r, N. H1.

1Per-fect Por"r.it e
Uusupased !ceinxduto i fo

Lafyete Id.

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Bet, le hem E -angelicalI Church
'w-,glish sermon at 9 o'clock. Ger-
man sermon at 9:45 o'clock.
First NI. E. Church
Morning worship at 10 :30 o'clock;
subject. "The Spirit of America."
First Baptist Church
John Mason Wells speaks on "Eight
Waiting Devils" at 10:30 o'clock.
Trinity English Lutheran Church
Services at 10:30 o'clock. Evening
worship at 7 :30 o'clock.
Chiurch of Christ (I)isciples)
Mr. Knepper speaks on "A Chant
of Victory" at 10:30 o'clock.
First Congregational Church
At 10:30 o'clock Mr. Douglass
preaches on "My Signature."
Commnitiiy (hapel
Community meeting at 7:30 o'clock
in the evening, with sermon by J. M.
Wells.
Bethel A.'-%. E. Church
Preaching at 10:30 o'clock this hnorn-
ing by Dr. Ampey.

P H 0 NE
1321 or 1?O-I
FOR FLOWERS
.A full line of plantan
cut flower baszets

MtI iSS

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225 E. Liberty Dl I

IRE B F ANKLIN

FIL i Ei T'TTALCREPARIN

of ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I Tre<osi ot fica

FINALIS OF TE'NN IS TOU1'0
Semi-finals in theswomen's tennIs'
tournament were completed tlis mrn
ing when liouise Irish, '13, 'defat ed
Mildred Crissey, '17, on Newber(_ ry
court, 6-0, 6-1. The junior clhamnpion
has a fast left-hand stroke, p laing the
ball repeatedly in the farth est corner
of the court, and she prom is~es to be
a dangerous opponent for th!e fresh-
mlan star, Lucy H-uffman, '20, who w on
the tinder-class title from MV-arart
Atkinson, '19, with the score 5-7, G-0,
6-3.I
TIhe big match will be played off on
field day, next Wednesday. Both con-
testanits have been showing splendid
formn and the winner will not be an
unworthy advers~ary for Margaretta
Douglas, '17, college champion of last
spring.
B. S. Jacobus' Five-Piece Orchestra
for dances, entertainments and con-
aorta. 620 N. Fifth Ave. Phone 1487.
Dancinig wax in all sired ,,1, " a, ' .
C. Hl. Major & Co. Phoiie 237. -i
Leave yotur f im at the Delta. 24
hour service.
We set glass. C. 1t. Ma jor & Co(51

h 11 iingofMolly"
a, " , i Tue cts With Songs

( - 1ยข' t 1''i. S I tile same tilIU/e

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a <l~> dtIL '>AIYiIS nl ha-el att in the stellar role.
FIIAi SL~lt,'h ~ UY1' AME iscrct :Alker, captain of the senior
- -- - ~t~landOlga Shinkman, more than

i i':i1~- an.whitBehls Merill Co.

21i'icby Mr. Burton (green

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It is an ;.tiii, lli'-tat a
this age solitleshold e ,o..i
Americof a 1Cunrylih -1c
rica, whlich psss;e ol1is e
Not onlyinAnAora-evnn
phia and Boso,"ua'tna
is the "Par Coti.ca.. t ,may _ .
ericans, pai'dxet h--P i a'
such q uesin"s!b-flPw r
frequently:
clothes thlat w o?
"Do you fnddimodsarv twalk
hrougl i fils"
"1101Vis it tatyu1_0nt1lck?
[own ?"
One is ofteiocielt iili0~ .
he credulity 0'lbW t: iiaa
he ease wt \ _ih m n n i
Only furlther it li_;to Pl 1:1
n which-1 ou' couts is.saa,
nake ,a.tri- o~uhA'mb ,i
l10 doubt utt1t'.111,n~-y~j
ascin- te n tra io.A.v1
?ricans hv gn l reailI pd
not S" ,.t to hro h i: .a
Ind there isvay ll_ n ''m i
'sustlinm; im iho l ant '(
Ypical Aei-nl'
It is i~ illlte s-p ~un
Mitele to deal -Awithtehn it :'m
;orns of 'South Africaa . i emid
ng, it might beU, lltht_ . s. ir

nae an cheaerto go there than
I is an h ia,.anmishced ,by wait-
iagt~h~eo11 C i 1,the large merchant
~his tat ariescaigodirect from
-~ w Yot t th SothAfrican ports.
'1 ('S batsai ntfiited up as well
thepases pe shpsbut they are
cci m-init'thlc Thn'tonnage var-
s ~.'mn AI 10 1- tons . The trip
..1 Iietajynbt n latfrom four
fto i s.ak.%fn is no difficulty
~i _ nibp i aeployment. All
iait n i n a.~1is an interview with
Today-
':o'cloc -Tam returns from
2: 0 oclo-k olonia Literary circle
12:cok-lYkl--verett addresses
:~umar1P i' lasCongregational
;~~~~ U'ok dnoalsociety meets,
~ e':lmk Uionchurch services,
7~~~ u''o mtin lecture for fresh-
n, aphiheaer edical buildig.
U-Ntdice.
( loai Uionushrsreport 7 o'clock
'V~ ~~~i- 'dr'p ih,121auditorium, for
211cetlap ofUppr Pi~tiua-club at
(1 Vi. onda niht,7: 0 o'clock.

Unitarian Church
Rev. R. S. Loring talks

at

10:30

o'clock on "A Modern View of the
Atonenent."
Fresh menii CniiolElect President
Chamnpaign-Urbana, Ill., Nov. 11.-
'The question of electing a president
for the freshman class at the Univer-
sity of Illinois is becoming quite a ser-
ious problem for the student council.
Two men who have been elected have
resigned, and no one who is willing to
accept the position can be found.

' "freshmnan ck. taliXoIIa
. -r an cciaye amrfield
ecaerdy an'ro a ovr te seniors
ii filtii 0 20 Trhe upper-,
elasuse foghtto he'~jter nd, coin-1
ingr dangerousytnear_ t <'coring ltin the!
las I mits 'i;0 payand the-
~ Icn o en'ie O~'S'ot te reshmen
a eo-tei tn)th atn stinorder to'
up ~ ~ ~ 0; uaea aolil ech erod
It as n eceeingy ceangaev
~. ad d~pi-a t, ro soic o th
Pidlibual wrk shwed .Ars i0th

di tc't'duty in the backfield while
Mildred C'rissey was a match for any
on t the position of forward. Kath-
l<on' ir made the second score.
exy iGuild Issues Pape*r
The first number of the Mercury
puilidtebly the Wesleyan guild of the
ibuthodi chrch, is just out and will
_~' 'Itrbu to all the Methodist stu-
dentsof te University. The aim of
themuaasno, is to inform all members
o:! then1 any affairs that will occur
h faland in the spring. The
perodialis published quarterly and
catitirs any articles of interest to
timnt'naers of the guild.

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