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THE MICHIGAN DAILY.

; ~ ffOf" THE MICHIGAN DAILY LECTUJRE.
ct ® nteed as scodcias.sater a the Ann Proesor C. . Wrentmore ofth
R edu ctionrPos ton str.EetiBloc iat Department will deliver
Z Pblishedaly (Mndy excepteddurin the a talk on The Remodeling of the Cell
t (base ear t1,siE.eor'sos) Ponsteet lc tthe Jackson Stae Prison,"
Sae-bs ___loradetane)Pon _923 Friday evening, January 29th, 194,
*t MANAGING EDITOR: at p. i., in the Physics Lectre
f I 5SEMORY THOMASON Rom.
BUINES MANAGR: This is a closed meeting and all
sOSCOE u. HUSTON non-members mst e accompanied by
* As we have too large a a memer of the Engineering Society.I
sokofacAloto -EDITORS: Iast meeting of the semester.
sttunof 'nsa K. WATe.N________
* ics - J, S. Asnor A GREAT SPORTING NEWS JOUR.
4ASSOCIATES: N AL.
2 SUITENOS AND 'Clford Steeso.,IRoy Peebles, Thilutae spclsornge-
A. M.AGraver, sHenry PErwin Thilutaespclsornge-
T ROUS[RINGS5 A C Pound A. II. Oreseyer. tion of the Sunday Record-Herald thu-
Joscpi iY Ier. Stoddard S. Mre. roughly deserves theattention of every
1.1d lM.rswrigrg. 1. Waite .Laysne. one interested in sporting news. It is
010n ianstl we xil sell * leco. A. Osborn. hiarold C. Smith. always beautifully illustrated, and em-
f u em atH. S Ldew. Allred II. och. braces four tll pages, covering with
themat edued rice 7'orns i~obits lyd L ew, thethoroughness that satisfies to the
tmaeroom foou EdtrTdyGOA.OBR. tms the whole realm of sports.
Baseball news, racing news, owling
f Sping nd it 11 t e S g~lsciptnn To D Irs her year, pyabe i: news, cycling news, pugilistic news,
Woolens, Be sure and a - spI etruiafe OV213$25 ortin news is given nwitste-at-
coil in before you pace *office ors: 1230 Is 13 and 630 Is 70.30 tt degree of fuinsaditrs.he
yor' drA j,~ ~, Address-ROOE O B. HUSTCN, Business Mean- so exceptionally popular-a self evi-I
Y ager 331 Packard Street. "c aet hs h aenti
Telephone, 61. Itet fiact ovtoue o he h naotec
,,,ord-elrald among sporting.men. 87.
_. ........_........_ he0( it lass reain eaEAT, DRINK AND BE MERRLY.
fZ .W INTNSRET h s lt ls is preparing to eat
fffffffffff____f CLNDR again. Some two months ago they!
were ffH O fffthe 2-etr yJdeDn-Ose a n oparticipants el f da tfeed eat
'a ano Lincoln a eis" jOyster ta ols elddte n
TiBlB GREAT 0 A 01M*Jaur 2-eio i. ls dne the thing again. The committee hse
Jnay29-8 p. m. Engineering So been wearing out shoe leather and
Y (i-v 7t, lecture by Professor Wrent-
A T > > moe on Remodeling C'ell Blocks talking themselves hoarse to make
j1 1a c~ tt rsn~ the best plans and Thrsay they will
at Jckso Stae Prson, inreport at the class meeting which will
____________Phy sics lecture rosim. e hele in room C a 4:1.
EXCITING lIUON Since, the. appearance of a sampleCLS OF'9
PF0RKE V E It Y 0 N It ofithtle Splhomre girls' tasketball Dr. Elmund Andrews, who died re-;
yells in yesterdays Daity, many sug- cently in heis home in Chicago, wasj
1 gecstioni. for new yells fer the girls one of the last few members of the
*have beeslheard from the masculine class of '49. The only ones left citf
ielement lot the cass. Here is ine of the class are Judge Gray of Kansas
t heni City, Hon. T. W. Palmer of Detroit,
toliuge, lodge, double fudge, and Rev. Beechman of Romeo, Mich-
S Squash the Jenirs to a smudge. igan Twetv-three was the numer,
Oil try! oh fluff'. graiumted in the class.
Sephonoere girs are just te suff! _____________
GOSSIP OF THE COLLEGES. I
Mnday afternoon at 4:15O, in the Handball is a popular sport at e4
Museurn lecture room, Profesr Stan- landl Stanfordl University and a hand.t-
lywill deliver an illstrateid lecture ball tournament for the college chan-
onWagnet's celebrated opera iof Par- pinshp is now in progress. Tlhe uni- i-4
j . this time because of the verity champion is awarded the -
gra atetioin which this oters is at- "Handball Belt," which is contestedI
Itraecttig America, Professor Stan- for each yer.
ley beieves stch a 1ecure to be per- i
tneu. Yestera afternoon he prais- TIwo meals a day is the cry raised {
L eel the ilustrations very highly, by the students from the University -
SHE E H AA series iot lectures has been r- of Mtissouri. By experiment they 'I
____________________ ranged by Professor Stanley, o the hve learned that they have better1
DETROIT, 16 Wodward Avenue tie ilteieieeli otsC od admna oko w el developoment of the eopera. These le- health and spirits and are better fitted -
ANN ARBOR, 320 S. State sreet ro 3 to 4 Fritay of this week, and a day. So they have petitioned the4
"RMtnday Wednesday antI Friday' of authorities for one less meal a day.
"f N~f N~fSN f~f~~i ext week. They will te illustrated On the other hrand a cry of "more pie"
The nn rborSaVrigSI31lkby nany selections from the best comes from the students at Yale. The
TheAn ArorSaing~ak.types of fine operas. These selections sewrd, ir seems, has not satisfied
cpital Stotk.V,0t0t Surplus, $175,t0, wilt be perfermeid by Profesr Stan- their appetites in that direction and
Resourees, d-2.Oseeat ley on the very fine Aeolian which hence the cry.
A GENERA! BANKING BUSINESS waurhsdhsfalbyteUnvr
TBANSACTED. xa lictsl hsfl i h nvr
Orr111east Chres I. Hiltoal, Pres.; xvW. ily. The yeiung ladies of the junior andj
Harrim:a, viee Pres.; M. J. Frito, ashier. senior year at California are consider-i
-- - ---NOTICE. ing the adption ot the corduroy skirts
0. M. M' i sjb 1FUNEAL Professor Weuey will not te able as the tipper-class dress. They ad-
0. j jI.III lJ. DIRECTOR t meet his classes Iis week. He vance as reasons for such a plan, not
bepes to resume his lecttres next only ~he economy adt comfort such
Office 2099S. 4th Ave. Phone 95. Rest Menday Fetrtary 1t. In the mean- dress would bring but also the sharp-
dence 302 S. 5th Ave. Phone 314. tinme the discssion sectins of Course er divioion it wold create between
Ambulance on call. I will mneet as usutil. 87-88. the spper and lower classes. i

Shirts, Saitarye. 3Ctt:SleeveU
less coin:rtIbleck &Stwhite B0e
ISirts lt worted full ah
oned, each - ------$1. I5
Punts., ite or Black ISileia,
ly Irunt iate baie----_ o
F lanel -------25c
Spai : , Iat:: Sporter wiIthi
etic pieees oius idt.---..-So
Joc(,- rip Supporter, ott eai-
ic.,Ifrl fshtied, sit bucl-
los _ --V5
Indoor Running Shoees, int lecth-
o'r, ruber tppe ttroes. Pc
pair--- . .-------$2.50
Gymi:Shioe.. ft'ne ltte, Elktbeb
sotes toIpreveut sitlifpin ... B0o
Canvas Shos, rubbe:r solt, 75
and ------------$100
ChiamotssItishers ir air.__-25
SWEAT[RS:
Vest Collar inestamibs 01:111$5
tol 1Sweater, fine.woorstedtGil~
butto~ns(sray &8XWht-$550
POROSALSAT
Walir's Book Stores.j
"oeo@*e~oso~eoi esO*S*00*@
"
~DO IT MOW
it:Iettl r u t ill.eeets uidn'ct (((.
tal trhe e 1r c:IN l t a i l t e
Clar :1: pts l c r.. It I Ip l ltrgttL
toi::r"titletIantile. Ti ":osy
ciarsall onachrial'e rp ina-
markusdlotte ose~tt bis:ebeen~t~
tiahlorvod~rotte' wth 56ll
pags o ext. Irtlet1y0oil
ia piceos'tud:s.enetlse..
SIX DOLLARS
C.thPrE. W IB s aTeLLpi
32vSat,,oat I. ThecsadtFhor.
fasce." [ratoe aWylliafms'
Sold eto inthvenS ticksoft'ab f.t St

TiHE STUDELNTS, LEiCTUREt ASSOCIATIONI
F. Ilopkinson Smith.
UJNIVERSITY IH A [L L
Saturday [vening, [eb. :23

...AT'HE'N3 'ThUEAgTHL.
DMAN M 51!A BOLT, M~anager
[Stecial OfTh
[ngagement IdalUU Ja "JUI Ofu [ amous
GERMAN THEATRE STOCK cO.I
OF CLEVELAND, OHIO:
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Presenting the Popiular German Students Play :
ALT- (old) I D[[LBtR a
A Large Cast. Beautifui Scenery.
z
Best Reserved Seats, 75c and 50c
r rces : Balcony, 35c. Gallery, 25c.
Seals, on Sale Wednesday,-.9 a* in.

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Season Tickets, $1.00 ,o Single Admission, SOc

TINKER -,,& -,OOPANY., FURNiISIHERS AND HATTERS.. 33S1STATE ST", Phone 3 42-2r

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