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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1916.
Night Editor-C. M. TJickling.
THE VALUE OF THE SECTIONAL
A cartoon last year showed the var-
ious campus societies at Michigan
jumping into a lake. Among the con-
denmed were the sectional clubs.
There are remedies for the sectional
organizations less picturesque and, we
believe, more helpful than the clean
sweep advocated by the cartoonist.
It is generally conceded that some
of the high school or district clubs
at Michigan : ought to die unless vig-
orously resuscitated. Among the prac-
tical ideas which have been suggested
for strengthening the clubs, we may
1. Bring promising athletes, schol-
ars, and leaders to Michigan.
2. Send Michigan publications,
press notices, and personal letters to
3. Disband or reorganize whenever
the club becomes costly in time and
dues, and whenever it tends toward a
cliquish, narrow spirit.
If weaker clubs will apply these
suggestions to their present accom-
plishments they will probably feel
that they must get to work or get out.
Some of the larger clubs would also
do well to examine critically their
present organization. There are cer-
tain possibilities for societies based
on geography. But if these possibili-
ties don't materialize it is likely that
student sentiment may agree with the
cartoonist advocating walking the
GIVE FARCE FOR NEW MEMBERS
Executives of Independent Girls' Club
Present Play Monday
"Pilgrims' Progress" is the title of
the comic stunt to be given by the
executive board of the Independent
SENIOR GIRL PLAN INFORMAL
Wednesday Afternoon Entertainment
to Be First of Series
Senior girls will hold an informa'.
at home" from 4 to 6 o'clock, Wednes-
day afternoon in the parlors of Bar-
bour gymnasium. This is the first of
a series of such gatherings which will
be held during the year, following the
custom of Vassar and Wellesley. This
year's senior class has 251 girls, the
largest number in the history of the
University, and the social committee
is planning to help these girls get ac-
quainted before their graduation in
Entertainment will consist of music,
dancing, cards, and old-fashioned
games. Della Laubengayer, '17, chair-
man, also announces that many girls
are planning to bring their Christmas
sewing, and this idea has the hearty
endorsement of the committee. Re-
freshments will be served by hostesses
in the costumes of olden times, and
every effort will be made to present
the atmosphere of an old-fashioned
DR. Jt. F. SCOTT WRITES BOOK,
"PATRIOTS IN THE MAKING"
Dr. Jonathan French Scott, instruc-
tor in history in the University, is the
author of a book entitled "Patriots
in the Making," published by D. Apple-
ton & Co., of New York.
The book contains a discussion of
the French and German methods of
teaching patriotism in the schools and
the effects that the doctrines of so-
for throat and
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IN OUR OWN SOP
STATE STREET JEWELERS
Varsity Toggery Shop
1 107 So. Univ.
X 2 Special Tea and
Rice Served Alarm Clocks
QR $1.00 up
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Schianderer & Seyfried
inday Special 12-5 - - 6oc
hicken meal with soup, celery, olives,
:me bread and hot roast pie, Oolong
a, coffee and miik.,
:higan Inn .611'
cialisn and pacificism have had upon Prescription Store
education. Cor. State & N. University
Choral Union to Rehearse Tuesday
All Choral union members are urged
to attend the regular rehearsal at the
School of Music on Tuesday evening, tin Hill auditorium will be rehearsed
as special music for the union service at that time.
A Particular Place
for Particular People.
FRANK . BOUCH, Prop.
MODERN BARBE SHOP
332 State St.
the tale ojfa.shirt
F your shirt could talk it
would tell you an interest-
ing story when it returns
from a trip to our laundry. It
would tell you a story of modern
methods, of sanitary conditions
and of expert knowledge.
Gym Special for
week of Dec. 4 to 9
I Takes Pictures
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Cars run on Bastern time, one hour faster
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Detroit Limited and Express Cars -:io a
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Local Cars Eastbound--s:35 a. in, 6:40 a.
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m,., 6:o5 p. m.., 11 :45 p. in., i : io a. InM, 12C
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Local Cars Westbound--6:65 a. in., 7:50 a
in., 10:20 p. Ill.. 12:2o a. m.
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Quality counts in gymnasium
goods Be sure of the quality
then compare prices.
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Open Public Land in Colorado
Washington, Dec. 2.-More than 14,-
200 acres of public land, formerly in-
cluded in the Routt national forest in
Northern Colorado, will be thrown
open to homestead settlements Jan.
23, the department of interior has an-
The Girls' Glee club will rehearse
from 5 to 6 o'clock Monday afternoon.
An important practice will also be
held from 4 to 6 o'clock Tuesday aft-
Wpnen wanting help andi girls de-
siring work during the Christmas va-
cation please register at the office of
Dean Myra B. Jordan, Barbour gym-
Guest tickets for the freshman
spread should be obtained as soon as
possible. No spectator tickets will be
TWO PAYS UNTIL
CAMPAIGN. SAVE :0 CENTS
Girls' club at 3 o'clock Monday even-
ing in harbour gymnasium. This is
only part of the fun which has been
planned by the club in honor of the
new girls who have joined as a result
of the recent membership campaign.
Dancing and cards will follow the en-
A short but important business
mceting will precede the party, at
which all members will be given the
opportunity to pay dues and fill out
membership cards. All active mem-
b ersare requested to escort the new
girls in their respective houses to
the party. The members of the ex-
ecutive board are expected at the
gymnasium for rehearsal at 6:30
o'clock :Monday evening.
JESSIE MICER-N HOSOM,
Teacher of singing in Detroit Institute
of Musical Art, formerly teacher in
University School of Music, 1905-14,
will accept a limited number of pu-
pils Tuesdays and Fridays. Credit
will be given if desired in the Detroit
Institute of Musical Art. Ann Arbor
address 1702 Geddes avenue. Phone
The boys in eastern colleges
know what is right in gym
goods -we get our pointers
from t he right source and
know we are right - let us
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