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October 01, 1919 - Image 8

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The Michigan Daily, 1919-10-01

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(Junea 9, 1919J
(Central Standard TIimne) Prof. Herbert C. Sadler of the engi-
Limnited and Express Cars-8:io a. ; neering college, is among the members
oursly to 9:10 p. m. o h'wohv eund~"
Limited and Express Cars-7 :48 o h faculty wohv eundfo
dl every hour to 9:48 p. m. (Ex- I!government war activties to resume
ake local stops west of Ann Arbor.) I their University work. Professor Sad-
:ars' East Bound-6:oo a. in., 9:0i5 a. ler left Ann Arbor during the term of
7ery two hours to 9:05 P. iM., 10:501171 o sit hrlsMSha
Ypsilanti only, zr :4,5 p. m:, 12:201978toastChreM.S wb
io a. mn., and to Saline, change at as one of the directors of steel ship
construction in the Emergency Fleet
"ar Wet Bund6:4 a.m. ndcorporation. He will continue as head
.n. of the marine engineering department.

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rding the New
'tor Records

le .Today

Ards are rarely to be found in the shelves
this reason we would advise your coming

five days
early for

contribution to the Victor Record list for October.
Now" is a Medley Fox Trot with another Fox Trot,

the reverse side.

The record is a worthy successor' to

[TAL version of "I'm Torever Blowing Bubbles" is

elvin's Novelty Orchestra.

"Yearning," a M'~edley

.Wednesday
4:00 Freshmwn women meet in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall.
7:00 Varsity; band practice in School
of Music.
7:15 Student. Council meeting 10n
Union.
Thursday
7:00 Freshmnen geat-together at Y. IL
C. A. Songs, speeches, and eats.
8:00 EpIsopalian studei~s dance and
reception in Harris hall., Admission
by invitation only.
Saturday
2:30 'football game. MIcthigan vs.
Case at Ferry field.
U-NOTICE S
Sigma Delta Chi, professional journal-_
istic fraternity, will hold its first
meeting of the year 1919-20, at 4
o'clock Wednesday afternoon, Oct.
3, in the Michiganensan office of the
Press building. The presence of all
'members is needed.
Students desiring to consult with Prof.
J. L. -Brumm about courses in Journ-
alism may do so in room 5, Press
building, Wednesday morning from
8:30 to 11:30 o'clock, Wednesday aft-
ernoon from 1:30 to 2:30 o'clock,
and Thursday morning from 9:30 to
10:30 o'clock.
WEATHER HALTS
FRESH PRACTICE
Old Doc Neptune and his rainy
'Weather prevented any workout for
the freshiman football men Tuesday
afternoon. but could not stem the jlow
to the Ferry, field, club house of
yearlings who are daily augmenting
the ra.nks of candidates for Coach
Ffl1mer Mitchell's gridiron squad.'
Because of the unexpected 4u4br
of men reportng there is a tem-
porary shotage of equipment, es-
pecially ,jerseys, and any candidates
who can secure their own otit for
this week~ are requested to do so.
Coach Mitchell will begin to be-
come more personally acquainted
with his material this afternoon and
it is_ suggested that every man who
has reported And received a locker
be at Ferry field by '3 O'clock. The
proximity of the , regular football
schedule will necesitate the weeding
out of the mateial and the picking
of two or three teams to start scrim-
mages.
Lock~ers will be availhble for' all
men who wish to try out for the
team although i# may be necessary for
some to double. up.
A wealth of good mterial Is at
hand 'for Coauh Mitchell to work with
and with those expected to report;
Itis fternoon. there is -every promise
for A, remarkable Brt year squad.
Plan -to Jtertilt i eiir >Eershing
Lincln, Ne,, sept. W-Opity ;1ff-
ciels and members of vriou114civic 9y
ganizations are Vsy with, pns'to
give, pfitting reooption "to General
John. J. Pershing when e come for
a 'visit to this city io the near futre.

20 Years

New York, Sept. 30.-General P
rick Egan, one o~f the founders of,
home rule movement in Irelanda
former United States minister
Chile, died at the home of his daui
ter here tonight after an illness
several weeks.

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for. two pianos, is on the other side of the disc.
CE record of note is "Coo Coo," a Fox Trot, and
)ne-Step, both by Joseph C. Smith's Orchestra.
PHIA Orchestra has recorded another number for

;wits
/Suits
and

its interpretation of the Prelude to Act I

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arias. This

7ith her cycle of "La Traviata"
a record of "Sempre libera."

to the October list

are Alda,

)artmnent is now open and we can assure you of
Will you call?

W1A I~nrnie

?East William

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you in your University work
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p you pay your expenses
D AND TYPEWRITING
u eligible for a better position
on leaving school

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of our new front interfere NN
side. We still have the usuc-
ideas in wearables.

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Penmanship, Book-
ish, Office Training'

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