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The Michigan Daily, 1919-09-29

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For
s Attached Shirts
And
Knit Ties
1 N. University Ave

rne Araeaeteria in te Nickels
Arcade is now open with lots of good
fresh vegetables, home-killed pork,
etc., from our own farm. The baked
goods we prepare in our Bakery. We
have not raised our prices.-Adv.
Frances Rl.-Caspari, vocal teacher,
semester begins Oct. 6th. Room 12
Cornwell Bldg., 203 E. Huron. For
particulars call .68.-Adv.
Lab. Supplies, coats, aprons, etc.,
'etc.,$at Wahr's-316 State St.-Adv.

BE SURE OF R

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IN YOUR CLOTHES BUYI

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The suit made 'to your individual measure; according to
your own wishes will have the fine hand work that gives
character and real class to the custom-made suit. 'The
superior workmanship and better quality throughout
will make that suit outwear an ordinary suit two to one.
It's better economy and greater satisfaction. Let us look
after your clothing needs and your clothes. We can suit
your purse as well as fit your form.
You must see our line of leathers and sheep lined coats.

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An Invitation and
Welcome from

e Home of Michigan Music
THE members.of the clkss of 1923-a wel-
me upon their arrival here and an invita-
to make themselves at home at The Univer-1
QusicHouse
THE older classes on the campus-a greet-
ig upon their return to Ann Arbor'and an
ession of the desire that they will continue
utually pleasant relations with The Univer-
Vusic House.

J.

KA R L

M A LC O L M
MALCOLM BL

604 EAST LIBERTY ST.

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J FRESHMEN who will be with us for at
st four years we are particularly anxious
e; for we feel that we can; by virtue of our
once with Michigan men of many classes,
ssistance to the newcomer on the campus.;
store you are assured of courteous treat-
-whether you come to buy a Violin String,
on Mandolin, a Michigan Song Book, a
f the Latest Popular Hit or Musical Com-
lection, a Victrola Record, a Player Piano,

MUSIC ENROLLMENT {
WILL COME TO 600
Enrollment for the School of Music [.
for this year, promises to break all
previous records. A steady volumet
of studeits has bee coming into ther
registration office forthe past weekd
and indications are that the student
body will number more than 600.
There are a number of changes. in
the faoulty of the school. Mr. Wililam,
Wheeler, Beloit, '00, will succeed Mr.
Theodore Harrison as head of the1
voice delartment. 'Mr. Wheeler comesc
to Ann Arbor after an unusually suc-
cessful career both as a singer and i
teacher. Mr. Russell Carter, graduate
of the Instiute. of Musical Art, New l
York City, will head tlieldepartmentt
of public school music, taking the '
place, of Miss Florence Potter, whot
resigned her position on the faculty
in order to take up social settlement f
work in New York City. 1
Several instructors, who have been
absent for a year or more while in 1
the army, have resumed their positions I
on the faculty. Mr. Frank M. Taber, 0
instructor in the organ department, r
has returned to the faculty after a n
year's service in army aviation. Mr. i
Andrew H agh will teach in the piano 1
department -after an absence of twoe
years, during which time he was serv-g
ing with the infantry overseas.r
Other new instructors of, Mr. Rob- I
ert R. Dieterle, voice faculty, '18, and.
Miss Clare Lundell, graduate of the i
School of Music, who has been engag- I
ed as a piano instructor., C

CHIMES TO VOICE
STUDENT OPINION
(Continued from Page One)
ident, and Carl Johnson, '20, secre-
tary, will meet weekly on Tuesday
nights to discuss Chimes affairs, thus
doing all possible to maintain an ab-
solutely up-to-the-minute standard
for the publication.
Walter Riess, '21L, is business man-
ager for the Chimes and has also
been placed at the head of the pub-
licity campaign. The subscription
campaign is now on, subscription
booths being located in Lane hall and
n the lobby of the Union.
There is still room for a man ea-
pable of writing good, snappy edi-
torials, and one who can write news
with a punch on the staff of the
Chimes. All who wish to try out
should go to the offices on the third
loor of the Union, or to the second
loor of the Press building.
With work already started on the
Michiganensian, there are openings
for six sophomores and three juniors
on the editorial staff; while the busi-
ness staff also offers opportunities for
men. Owing to the proposed increase
n the number of snap-shots in the
1920 Michiganensian two or three men
experienced in taking snaps are re-
quired. It is wished that such men
eport at the offices in the Press"build-
ng.
The new Student Directory is be-
ng compiled, and it is hoped to have
t on sale by the first of November.
C. S. Baxter, '21, took over the edi-
torship of the directory when James
[. McClintock resigned to edit the
Chimes.

(Continued froni

far outnumber the classes th
entered since the requirement
aration in the literary collei
raised to two years. Already 1
applied for work that willi
the degree in law and at least
students are expected to inter
end of next week.
The enrollment in the
School is controlled to a larg
by the amount of equipment,
175 students 'who have ente
ready make a capacity enrollmi
though no \definite statemen
made as to the date of closin
tration, it was understood tha
day would be the last day tb
dents would be accepted.
Many Dents Register
Dental students to the nun
208 have registered, and of th
her 126 are freshmen, which,
record in the dental school th
responds with those establishe
other schools.
In the College of Pharmacy
the Homeopathic school l1
known of what the enrollment
as entrants are not required t

ENROLLMENT T1
10,000 FIGURE F(

Oni

tjo Pick.

f

49 men with cred
the pharmacy cou
place the expected
year at 75.
The University b
its openings for pr
15, looks forward
this year.
CHINESE STUDEN
ELECTS OFF]

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STORE is known as the Home of Michi-

Music and we hope you will learn
es that the name is a correct one.

for

MJrs. . IL lL?&Ut
.if1- 15l EastWilli t

NEWBERRY HALL REMODELED
AND OPENED AS Y. W. C. A.,
Spacious club rooms, a tea room
where 100 girls are served regular
meals and many other features are
embodied in the remodeled Newberry
hall, the University Y#W. C. A. Of-
ficials of the Y. W. C. A. intend to
make Newberry Hall the social cen-
ter for the girls of the University and
they point to its central location and
its former popularity as evidence
that they will be successful.
It is planned to hold vesper services
each Wednesday at 5 o'clock, and at
this hour fine speakirs will address
the girls on practical and inspira-
tional subjects. During the S. A. T.
C. period last fall Newberry Hall was
used as a Y. M. C. A.

WOMEN'S PHYSICAL EDUCATION
DEPARTMENT IS COMPLETE
The department of physical educa-
tion for women will take up work
this year with its full quota of instruc-
tors once more. Miss Dorris Ward-
ner will become the third member of
the staff. She is a graduate of Well,
esley of the class of 1919.
GARGOYLE EDITORIAL STAFF
-TO HOLD MEETING TUESDAY
There will be an important meeting
of the Gargoyle editorial staff and
try-outs at 4 o'clock Tuesday after-I
noon in the Gargoyle editorial rooms.

The Chinese studei
elected the following
coming semester: T.
dent; M. S. Liu, vic(
H. Wu, secretary; an
treasurer. The club i
furnished and ,beautil
room in the basement
This is the largest Cl
club in the mid-west.
DANCINi
at the Packard Acadei
day and Thursday ev
beginning Thursday I
single 25c and 30c.
by appointment.-Adv.

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Students!

Greeting

Again we are at your service with an enormous stock of
TEXT BOOKS and STUDENTS' SUPPLIES
for all Departments

Leaf Note Books

Fountain Pens

Lab Outfits

Shop Tools

Lab Coats and

Drawing Instruments and Engineer's Su

A Cordial Welcome and the Best of Service at

's University
316 South State Street

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