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MAS

MERRY CHRISTMAS THOUGHTS

CHRISTMAS

CARDS

KODAKS

- - 75c to $100.00

Christmas will soon be here

3e prepared. You are better able to reflect the
pirit of the Season if you are becomingly dressed.
. hand-tailored suit, made from one of the hundreds of
ll-wool fabrics we are showing, cut and fitted to your
ndividual measure, will enhance your appearance and
dd force to your CHRISTMAS GREETING.
There's something behind it, when the well-dressed man says,

ENLARGEMENTS (from your best negatives)
CALENDERS (for Picture inserts)
L Y N D 0 N ' S 719 N. University Ave.
Open Evenings until 9 o'clock

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"Merry Christmas"
J. K. MALCOLM
604 E. Liberty St.

irts to order

Dress Suits for Hire

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Sit Early For Your *MICHIGANENSIAN"
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Unsurpassed Accomodations for
Group Photographs.
"AmateurWork Handled in a Pro-
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MAIN STUDIOS 1546-48 Broadway New York, N. Y.

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During the HolidaysI

Eat at

THE GRILL ROOM
Under Huston's

REDUCED RATES
$5 buys $5.75

Good Food
tuick Service

Dinner 3lc
Supper 26c

GRIDLE CAKES ANYTIME

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MEN of MICHIGAN
No other gift will carry the Michigan Spirit and
add the personal touch as will
"THE VICTORS"
the yellow and the blue box filled with our unsurpass-
ed Betsy Ross Candies.
Remember, too
There is no substitute for Betsy Ross candy-nothing _
"just as good." They head the list for popularity
wherever the best candies are demanded.
A Fine Line of Exclusive Gift Boxes _
$1.25 to $6.oo filled with our best assortments. Leave
your order for boxes to be filled, and delivered or mail-
ed to any point at any time you specify.
The Betsy Ross Candy Shop
600 E. Liberty St.
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IS SYRUSES HT STILL
IN MICHIGAN'S RING?
Local Authorities Say They Know
N*ol"ing of"Rumor That Michi-
gan Will Be Dropped
In regard to the report that Syracuse
university has dropped Michigan from
its football schedule, nothing author-
itative is to be learned from local
sources. The truth or falsity of this
rumor must be determined entirely
upon a basis of reports from Syracuse
headquarters as published in various
newspapers.
It was stated yesterday by Michigan
athletic authorities that no word from
Syracuse had been received at the of-
fice relative to football relations for
the ensuing season. Any well grounded
knowledge of the attitude of the
Orange promoters is disclaimed 'here.
Nothing definite has been communi-
cated to the Wolverine association of-
fices throwing any light whatever
upon the situation.
The reason which appears to be cur-
rent as to why Syracuse is dropping
Michigan, according to newspaperre-
ports, is the alleged poor timekeeping
on the part of officials in the last game
between the two teams. This rumor
seems to have come from Syracuse. It
has been stated on good authority
from Ann Arbor that if Michigan plays
Syracuse at all, the game will be held
on Ferry field. One report states that
M. A. C. has replaced Michigan on the
New York university's schedule.
No definite statement will be issued
from the Michigan athletic association
until Syracuse is heard from.
REPORTS DIFFER ABOUT STATE
STREET AUTO ACCIDENT FRIDAY
Reports of the automobile accident
at the corner of State and Liberty
streets Friday, when H. F. Frost and
an Ann Arbor Taxi company car col-
lided, differ. Frost states that, coming
east on Liberty, he saw the taxi com-
ing south on State street and stopped
at the crossing to permit the latter to
pass. The taxi driver, however, ap-
plied his brakes to make the turn, and
as the pavement was slippery, skidded
toward Frost, who attempted to avoid
a collision by driving ahead. The taxi
bumped the other car just back of the
front wheel, breaking the windshield,
and damaging the fender and wheel.
According to the taxi driver, the ac-
cident took place on the same corner
as that designated by Frost, but he
claims that the latter dashed out from
Liberty street, forcing the taxi to
swerve and apply his brakes, and to
skid into Frost's car.
Austrian Emperor Reviews Armies
London, Dec. 19.-Emperor Charles
of Austria has reviewed the Austrian
armies on the Trieste front, according
to a Reuter's dispatch from Amster-
dam quoting a Vienna telegram. The
emperor, accompanied by Gen. Boro-
vich, commander of the Austrian
forces on the Isomzo, first visited the
troops on the line of that river and
later went to Trieste, where he is"re-
ported to have received an enthusias-
tic reception. The notables were pre-
sented to the monarch in the govern-
ment building and he addressed former
Burgomaster Sandrinelli in Italian.
Afterward he visited the troops on the
Carso plateau.
Adelphi tChooses Seven Representatives
Fifteen. men spoke in the Mid-west
preliminaries of the Adelphi house of
representatives last night. The fol-
lowing members were chosen to rep-

resent the society in the elimination
after the holidays: H. F. Massnick, '18,
J. R. Simpson, '18, G. W. Hulbert, '17,
B0 F. Magruder, '18, R. F. Kahle, '17,
J. W. Planck, '18, and D. R. Hertz, '19,
alternate.
Magazine subscriptions-Best club
offers at Wahr's Book Stores.
We can paper that room during the
holidays. C. H. Major & Co. Phone
237. tf
Dancing classes and private lessons
at the Packard Academy during va-
cation. tf

Mat. fAD~ Week of
Wed. & Sat. GA i I K C:Dec.18
DETROIT
"The Only Girl"
ARCADE
Shows at 3:oo; 6:30; 8:00; 9:30
ioc Unless Otherwise Specified.
Phone 296-1l.
Tue.-19-Harold Lockwood and May Al-
lison in "Mister 44," (Ret.); Mutt and
Jeff Cartoon.
Wed.-20-Ethel Clayton in "The Madness
of Helen"; Mutt and Jeff Cartoon. i~c.;
Thu.-2-Gladys Brockwell in "Sins of
Her Parents"; Chap. 8 of Gloria's Ro-
ance,"("The Mesh of Mystery.")'ic.
Orpheum Theatre
Matinees, 2:00-3:3o; Evening, 6:45,
8:t5, 9:30.
Saturdays- Holidays continuous,

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Wed.-2o- Douglas Fairbanks in "The
Habit of Happiness." Also Triangle
Comedy, star Keystoners in "A Bath-
house Blunder."
Thur.-Fri.-21-22- Owen Moore and Mar-
guerite Courtot in "The Kiss." Also
Bray Cartoons.
Sat.-23Dorothy Dalton in "The Jungle
Child." Also Triangle Comedy, Chas.
Murray in "Bombs." Evening 15C.

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Goodhew Floral Co.
225 E. Liberty. Phone' 121
Choice Cyclemens, Bengonias,
Cherry Plants and Primroses.

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Novelty Xmas Baskets.

Sheehan aCo.

Let us help you make your selection

Novelties

MAJ'hZ!I

Greenhouses-Observatory and
Volland St. Phone, 170-M.
WOMEN PLAY ROUGH IN "ODD.
EVEN" BASKETBALL CONTEST
Four teams took part in the "odd-
even" game of women's basketball yes-j
terday afternoon, and nearly the whole
squad got a taste of the competition.
The first half was extremely spirited,
not to say rough, and the combinations
of upper and underclassmen were
pretty evenly matched. The last period
ended with the score at 24-20 in favor
of 1918-1920.
Lineup during the first half: j
1918-1920. . 1917-1919.
Louise Irish......., ..Mildred Crissey
Alice Woessner.......Irene Layten
Beulah Smith........Eva Herzberg
Agnes Kennedy ....... Phyllis Waters
Hazel Platt ......... Phyllis Eggleston
Edna Daskam......Helen Hammels.
Lineup in the second half:
Clarissa Vyn.............Ethel Glauzj
Katherine
MacNaughton......Doris MacDonald
Mildred Butler........Harriet Walker

LAST TIMES TONIGHT
F IL LI S RTOU P E
HIGH SCHOOL, DANCING AND JUMPING HORSES
WILTON SISTERS VICTROLA FOUR
Versatile Entertainers Favorite Singers
JOHN T. RAY & CO. WALLIE HALE & BRO.
"Cheek Your Hat" "Bits of Vaudeville"
3 DAYS COM. THUR. NIGHIT
Best Bet of the Season
""V A N IT Y F IA I R
The Zenith of Mag 1ificence in Musical Reviews
WITH
JACK TRAINER
Assisted by
OLGA DeBAUGH
And an exceptional cast.- More girls and
prettier costumes ever seen here.

Books
And

C. W. CRAhAM, Mngr.

E. MacCormick.......... .Lucille Duff
June Brooks............ Laura Millar
Elsa Erley.......Gertrude Steketee
L. Millar and A. Weessner Get Bands
In the list of women who have been
awarded arm bands by the athletic de-
partment this fall, the names of Laura
Millar, '17, and Alice Woessner, '18,
were omitted. These arm bands were
earned last year but were not awarded
until the close of this season.

Capture Seth Low's Nephew
Brockville, Ont., Dec. 19.-A mes-
sage from London announced that
Lieut. Allan Shortt, attached to the
machine gun section of the Fifty-ninth
battalion, Canada, was officially re-
ported missing. He is thought to be
a prisoner of war.
Lieut. Shortt, a nephew of' the late
Seth Low, once mayor of New York,
was a Harvard student. He enlisted
at Brockville.

WHAT'S GOING ON
Today.
12 o'clock---Rotary club luncheon at
e Union.
7 o'clock-Glee club- rehearsal,
,hool of Music.
7 o'clock-Mandolin club rehearsal,
niversity hall auditorium.
U-Uotlces.
The Glee club office, Z160 Natural
ience building, will be open from 9,
12 o'clock and from 1 to 5 o'clock
day for those who wish to turn in
eir concert tickets.
In order that all members of the
.st of the "Magic Carpet" may planI
eir work after the vacation, Prof.
Raleigh Nelson desires to announce

the time of rehearsals. In addition
to group rehearsals to be announced
later, rehearsals for all cast members
will be held on Jan. 8, 9, and 10.
There are 150 pair of corduroy
trousers for junior engineers to be had
at N. F. Allen's, 211 South State street.
Helen Gibson Announces Engagement
Helen Jane Gibson, '17, announced
her engagement to William McKee
German, grad., at dinner at the Alpha
Chi Omega house last week. Mr. Ger-
man is a member of Phi Kappa Psi
fraternity.
Genuine mahogany book ends,
dainty tea sets, and artistic pictures
may be found among our many gifts.
De Fries' Down-Town Art Store.
17-19-20

Why Not Get Up In a Warm House Tomorrow Morning?
Why not experience tomorrow and ever afterward that feeling of con-
tentment by knowing your home will be warm in the morning? You can, by
the aid of the Little Draft-Man. This little device unaided will have your
home nice and warm at any time you desire.
WHAT THE LITTLE DRAFT-MAN IS.
The Little Draft-Man is a silent and efficient little janitor; a mechanical
device which makes easy the regulation of the furnace during the day and
removes all the shivers from the rising hour. The Little Draft-Man will
operate any furnace--cannot get out of order. No heating equipment is com-
plete without the Draft-Man.
SPECIAL TO STUDENTS.
The Little Draft-Man will make a fine Christmas present for the folks
at home. Also a good opportunity to make money during the holidays. Many
are making $8 and $12 a day right now. Come in and see us before going
home.
The Stalker Furnace Regulator Company.
523-35 Detroit Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan
What Shall I Give for Christnas?
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