LS' CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS SUNDAY SERICS IN
lorary Education Society 6'eects
Address by Mr. Loring
dism: the Only Serious
;ales or the Michgane nan curng i TIf det
campaign of the past week ran far I The new officers are: President. Trinity English Lutheran Church
advance of those of last year and Helen Krueger, '17; vice-president, Courtland Miller will preach at
management feels that their efforts Leah M. Schueren, '17; secretary, Mil- 10:30 o'clock on "The Burning Bush."
rard making the year book more dred A. Hatch, '17; chairman of the Bible school at 11:45 o'clock. Even-
-'eral in its appeal to the campus program committee, Albertine Loomis, f ing service at 7:30 o'clock.
re been appreciated by the student '17.
Ly." Membership in the club is limited to First Congregatlou-i Church
k number of inquiries have been approximately 25 .girls, who have at- t10:30 o'clock Mr. Douglas will
de at the Michiganensian office as tained high distinction in the depart- preach on "The Gifts of the Magi."
whether another opportunity will ment of education, in addition to excel- Children's church at 3:30 o'clock. At
given for subscribing to the year lent work in their general literary 6:45 o'clock the Plymouth round table.
>k under the conditions of the cam- course. The staff of the department of
gn. As there seems to be quite a education elects the members of the C * Christ (iisciples)
"ge number of people who could not club, and at its last meeting chose the At 10:0uclokM'hneprwl
At1:0o'clock r. Knscp per will,
e advantage of the campaign, ar- following senior girls for membership: spea on "A Matter of Money."
igements have been made to take Elsa Apfel, Margaret A. Bassett,
bscriptions at the publication of- Marie Cornwell, Blanche Covey, Adele
a in the Press building, for this L. Crandall, Margaret Creswell, Min- St, Andrew's Church
ek only, under the same conditions nie Einfalt, Crystal Emerson, Hazel Holy Communion at 7:30 o'clock.
ich existed in the' campaign. Giddings, Inez Gose, Mildred Hatch, Morning prayer and sermon at 10:30
)uring this week persons who ap- Bernice Krueger, Helen Krueger, Al- o'clock.
at the Michiganensian office may bertine Loomis, Evelyn Moore, VirginiaI_
>scribe for the 1917 book at the spe- Morse, Helen Olsen, Josephine Randall, Presbyterian Church
1 price of $3.50 upon an advance Margaret Reynolds, Leah Schueren, Morning service at 10.:30 o'clock.
rment of 50 cents. This will be Gertrude Seifert, Pearl Smith, Ethel Subject of sermon, "What's the Mat-
solutely the last chance to secure Vail, Annetta Wood, Lela Wright, Mar- ter with the Church?"
s rate. After this week work will 'garet Yokum, Alice Wieber, Bessie----a
centered entirely on finishing the Yutzy. liethlehei Evami'elical Ch~ureh
Aduction of the book. -- -- English service at 10:30 o'clock.
- POITR IN CONCRETE FOR THIRD I German service at 10:45 o'clock.
PE PRESENTS RED CAP , FLOOR OF WEST LIBRARY WINO
TO TWO NEW CARIDINALS First -. E. Church
The concrete for the third floor of Morning service at 10:30 o'clock.
tome, Dec. 9.-Two new cardinals the west wing of the new Library has Subject of service, "The Acid Test."
re given the red cap by the Pope been poured and if the weather does I---
his public consistory here yester- not become too severe the fourth floor Bethel A. M. E. Church
. Both new cardinals are former will be poured this week. If this can Morning service at 10:80 o'clock.
)al nuncios. They are Mgr. Count be done, work will continue on the Subject of sermon, "The Days of Old."
ffaelo Scrapinelli, former papal new wing during the winter. At 3:00 o'clock addresses by Rev. M.
nico at Vienna, and Mgr. Fruewirth, A number of questions have been E. Peters, Rev. Mr. Wells, and Rev.
mer papal nunico at Munich. asked as to the reason for the differ- Mr. Stalker. Evening service at 7:30
lope Benedict will deliver an ad- enoe in structure of the east and west o'clock.
ass in which he will outline the wings. According to Librarian Bishop,
ican's neutral attitude in the war the east wing will contain the book First Church of Christ, Scientist
I pray for, a cessation of hostilities stacks as soon as it is completed, so Morning service at 10:30 o'clock.
soon as possible. He will make that the old stacks may be vacated. Subject, "God, the Preserver of Man."
lea for the continuance of Catholic The west wing will be used for a tem-
yers for peace throughout the porary reading room while the present First Baptist Church
rld. This public consistory follows one is being torn down. Later it will Morning service at 10:30 o'clock.
secret consistory of the Pope on be used for class rooms and lectures, Subject of the sermon, "God, Who
. 4. " and ultimately - it will also contain Healeth Our Diseases."
book stacks, but not in the near fut-
gineers' Dinner Date Corrected ure. Union Service
Yesterday's Daily announced that The union services will be held at
date of the senior engineers' din- Use the advertising columns of the Hill auditorium at 7:30 o'clock.
was Tuesday, Dec. 14. This day is Michigan Daily in order to reach the
error, the dinner being scheduled best of Ann Arbor's buyers. _ class Cane Committee -A large line
the night of Thursday, Dec. 14. of manufacturer's samples to select
Use The Michigan Daily Want Ads from-Wagner & Co., State Street.
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OLD PRACTICE OF DUELLING
REVIVED IN BUENOS AIRES
Buenos Aires, (Special.) Dec. 9.-
Two duels have just been fought here.
The Argentines themselves are joking
their fellow countrymen about it and
the general opinion seems to be that
this sort of thing is out of date in the
new world. The system continues to
prevail, however, in certain circles.
One of the two sword fights was be-
tween Baron Athos de San Malato, an
Italian, and Aniceto Rodriguez, an Ar-
gentine with a reputation as a swords-
man. In the other the opponents were
Deputy Rodolfo Moreno, a member of
the Argentine house of representatives,
and Dr. Honorio Szelagouski, a lawyer
and an Argentine, too, despite his
name. Both encounters were with
In the former case honor was ad-
judged to have been satisfied when
Rodriguez had been forced backward
to tie barrier without being hurt, a
result which is understood to have
aiuied him more than it would to
have been killed. Moreno was jabbed
m1 the arm. No one has been killed
in a duel here for several years but
nothing would be done about it, if
NAVYI DEPARTMENT OPENS
T :; F0R BATTLE CRUISERS
Wa sIngton, Dec. 9.--Bids were
opened at tho navy department today
,or the construction of four battle
(auisers, the first vessels of this class
to be built for the United States navy.
T ey will cost complete $25,000,000
The legal maximum which the bid-
ders must meet is $16,500,000, exclu-
sive of armor and guns. They will
ha,,e a speed of '15 knots, a length of
between 825 and 860 ;feet, a little un-
der 200,000 horsepower, 33,000-tons dis-
pracen ,.t, electric propelling machin-
ry, and main batteries of 14-inch
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Don't get the impression that we
are not in business, we are
Here to stay
Bring your films to 232 Nickels Arcade (Temporary quarters) until our
new store is completed in the Arcade).
Films Developed FREE until Jan. 1, 1917
8 x 10 Enlagernents (Sepia or Black and White) ONLY 25c
Remember, we have DISCONTIN ED our agency for Amateur Finish-
ing at Calkins' Pharmacy.
Amteur Finishing Syndicate, Inc,
PROFESSOR ROUSSEAU TALKS
TQ CERCLE FRANCAIS ITESIDAY
Prof. J. J. A. Rous >eaul of the en-1
gifteering college will give the second
lecture on the program of the Cercle
Francais at 5 o'clock Tuesday after-
noon in Tappan hall. The title of Pro-
fessor Rousseau's lecture will be
"L'ecole de Beaux Arts de Paris."
The lecture is a repetition of one
of the series given last year before
the French club, and is being repeated
at the request of the French depart-
iment of the University.
Illinois Club Meets Wednesday Eve
Election of officers will be held at
the first meeting of the Illinois club at
the Union Wednesday night at 7:30
o'clock. A special Illinois club car will
be arranged for this year. as usual,
for the use of the club members re-,
turning home for the Ch'r tn:as va-
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TillEVES STEAL OVEIWCOATS
FROM PHI KAPPA PSI HOUSE
Two robberies were reported to
police headquarters yesterday. The
Phi Kappa Psi house, 1550 Washten-
aw avenue, was eatered by thieves
and several overcoats \k fre stolen, be-
sides a few suit cases and other par-
aphernalia. A blue chinchilla over-
coat was taken from the home of
Mrs. A. C. Forte, at 618 Packard
strect. No arrests have been made.
FoPtr3 ClO) to Hold Meeting
The forestry club will hold a smok-
er at 7:30 o'clock next Wednesday
evening in room 214, Natural Science
buildin. i'rof P. S. Lovejoy will
talk on "Tacking." A musical pro-
gram has been arranged by the For-
estry club band. G. A. Kutzleb, '18,
is clairman of the affair.
Tl wh F Floral Shop in the city
wilorfn soon in the Nickels Arcade,
Stato Street. 3-ti
WE COULDN'T SERVE ALL. THOSE WHO WANTED TO
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The joy of Christmas giving is often marred by the problem of what to
give. You can, however, select with ease any number of useful gifts from our
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UGGESTIONS Thermos Bottles
ishes Serving Sets
d Cracker Dishes Refrigerator Basket
Ware k For the D~en
~offe UrnsSmoking Sets
's For the Kiddies
ays Baseball Suits
[ers Erector Sets
i c k sK G a m e s
IARE STOCK Fire Sets
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Trays Unr Elk'etrical Depatmiaeut Contains Boxing Gloves
an Excellent Assortment of Practi-
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Make your selections before you go home on your Christmas vacation.
Only 9 more shopping days for students
Snow is here and our stock of Sleds and Flexible Fliers is complete in
DID NOT EXPECT SUCH A LARGE PATRONAGE, WE,
THEREFORE, DECIDED TO GIVE EVERY ONE AN OPPOR-
,atu.ilray, Dec. I6th
ON WHICH DAY WE WILL AGAIN
A pair of pants FREE
WITH EVERY SUIT OR OVER-
COAT. IN ORDER TO AVOID A
GREAT RUSH ON THAT DAY WE
WILL THANK YOU TO PLEASE
COME IN AND PLACE YOUR ORD-
ER FOR THAT DAY NOW OR DUR-
ING THE WEEK.
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