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December 04, 1919 - Image 6

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Stevens and Persh-
of cost,
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PHONE 1028IV
RING PLANTS
Delivery
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THE.
MULTIPLEX HAMMOND
TYPE WRITER
Special Offer to Collegians
MARTIN R. WEBB
Student Rep.
1314 Willard Phone 1 95-R
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Dollars Has
Buviniz Power',

WHAT'S GOING ON
THURSDAY
8:00 a. m.Commnerce club meets at
Delta for Detroit trip to visit Park,
Davis and company.
12 :15-3.t. Clemens club have annual
picture taken at Randall's studio.
.5:00-Copper Country club, women's
section, meets in Barbour gym.
7 :00--University Boxing club holds
get-together in main dining room of
Union.
7 :00---Hop committee meets in room
321 of Union.e
7 :00--Varsity Mandolin practice Ini
University Hall.
7:00-Varsity Glee club holds rehears-
al in Lane hall.
7 :00-Glee and Mandolin club execu-
tive comnmittee meeting in office,
328 Natural Science building.
7:15-Cooley club meets In Jefferso-
nian hall in Law building;
7:15-Round-up club meeting In old
Union.s
7:30-Rochester club meets in room
306 Union. All Rochester men in-
vited. ":
f7 :30-Christian Science society meets
in Lane hall.
8S:00-Pre-festival concert by Jascha
Heifetz, .violinist, in Hill auditorium.
FRIDAY
10:00 a.. m.-Senior engineer assemn
Ibly in. room' 348 Engineering build-'f
Iing.
3 :00-John A. Fitch lectures on labori
problems in room 101' Economics
building.
7 :30-Students 'from Gogebic iron ore
range meet in room 323 'Itnion to re-
organize Gogebic' County club.
8:00-Spotlght vaudeville in 11111 and.
jitorium.
SATURDAY
6:10 a. m.-Section No. 2 Chemical
lengineers leaves for Detroit in spe-.
cial car on Hill auditorium switch.
7:51 a. m.-Section No. 1 Chemical en-
gineers leaves on Michigan Central
for Chelsea.
7 :30-Cosmopolitan club diseussion
section discusses the Shantung
question in room 305 University
hall.
8:00--Polonla Literary circle smoker
in room. 306 Union. Prof. J. . Zow-
ski speaks.

IOGEBIC COUNTY CLUB PLANiS

11

Arepresentaivye from each of the
following organizations should come
to the Michiganensian offices be-
tween 1 and 6 o'clock any after-
noon this week for the purpose of
identifying members in group pho-
tographs: Alpha Rho Chi, Monks,I
Theta Chi, Theta Xi,* Gamma Phi Be-
ta, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Delta
Gamma, Alpha Phi, T-Square, Cos-
mopolitan club, and Forestry' clubs

REORGANIZATION MEETING
Students from the Gogebic iron ore
range in the upper peninsula, will
meet at 7:30 o'clock Friday evening in
room 323 in the Union for the pur-
pose of reorganizing the Gogebic Coun-
ty club. The club has been inactive
for the past two years as a. result of
the war,' but at the meeting Friday
evening it is expected that plans for
an active year will be. discussed.
About 40 . students are In attendance
in the University from the Gogebic
iron range.
CONTRACTS FOR UNIVERSITY}
HOSPITAL NOT AWARDED YES'
Awarding of the contract on the new
University hospital is still under
consideration of the buildings and
grounds committee of the Board of
Regents, according to word from the
secretary's office. This committee con=
fsists of Regents William L. Clements,
of Bay City, and Benjamin S. Hanch-
ett, of Grand Rapids.
Before letting the contract, it is be-
lieved Regent Clements, :the chairman,
will confer with University officials.

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Michigan Daily advertising is the 11:80!
one recognized means of reaching Steaks and

THE MUSIC IS

Eddie Burke's own orchestra
the Packard. Fridays -
days.

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Among the paintings on view at
the Detroit Institute of Art, where the
annual Michigan artists' exhibition
began Wednesday evenipg, is the por-
trait painting "Clara," by Prof. Leon,
A. Makielski, instructor in architec-
tural drawing~ in the University. Pro-
fessor Makielski's painting has . been
awarded the D~etroit Museum -of Art
first prize.
EX-SERVICE OFFICERS IN
ANN ARBOR ORGANIZE
An Ann Arbor chapter of the Le-

A Real JAP GARDEN in Miniature with
and Furniture is in our window for you to be
of these upon your table

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Malcolm Block

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Overture

Act III

Act VI

former M ichigaig Union Operas
N UNION ORCHESTRA

"VERSATILE VARIATIONS"

"SOUTH ERN SYMPHONY FOUR",
NASH, KEMP, WOLSER, WILSON.

"SANDY" WILSON, Ex-'l 8
(Himself)

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Act. I

Act Vtl

Act IV

and SMITH

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McKINNEY accompanied by LYNN, piano mechanic

HYDE-
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ne- to You"
Magic of Your Eyes\
ompanied by JOHNSON

ActV

Act -VIII

"ZALLAH"

CLUB AND BAR HOUNDS
MOSES, DRULARD, and LAMPORT

SANBURN, assisted by AVERY

the Campus, and at State Street Bookstores *-Price

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