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January 16, 1920 - Image 6

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An, sables

Joe Parker's and
arrels from old
haunt the Union
policy, just' an-
cials, is carried
in the ph anom
equipped with
ad of the dazzl-
ling hoards, as

hors to Carve Names
is expected, sedate seniors]
e the old custom of carving
es, which made old' Joe'
famous resort, but instead
mming lagers of more thati
cent, steins of sweet cider,
d "cokes," will be shoved
tops.
lations will be made by the
ials on how the tables shall
except that the seniors take
eand pains in inscribing
es and numerals. "It should
'in which to take pride and
,id George Hurley, general
"for when one table is
i inscriptions, the top will
FIVE SWAMPS OHIO
'ATE QUINTET, 40 TO 22
administered Ohio State's'
irt'defeat of the yeAr Mon..
at Urbana, 40 to 22. The
was poor on the part of
s' ending 15 to 13, with the
ading. In the second period
s liasket shooters got the
ge and ran the score out of.

be taken off and placed on the walls
around the room."
Hang Tops on Walls
Here the battered tops will hang
for the life of the building, a century,
perhaps, for thatas the estimated dur-
ation of the Union. As at Joe's
the returning alumni can revisit the.
scenes of their dissipation, and point
out with pride or with dissatisfaction
to the second generation of their fam-
ily, the names of their progenitors
so carefully carved years before.
FOUR CLOSE GAMES PLAYED
BY FRATERNITY COURT TEAMS
Four .games of unusual speed and
nierit were run off in the'interfrater-
nity basketball league Thursday night.
The best game of the evening was
that in which Phi Kappa Sigma de-I
feated Theta Xi, 18 to 8.' Reason,
center on the Theta Xi five, was-the
outstanding star.
Guy Moulthrop was the star of the
game which Psi Upsilon took from
Beta Phi, 13 to 9. He threw the ma-
jority of the points for his team, and,
was strong on defense.
St. John, Nu Sigma .Nu forward,
and Doty, at the same position on the
Alpha Sigma Phi team, starred for
their respective teamp, both being re-
sponsible for the -majority of the
points that carried the two fives to a-
tie, and the Nu Sig's to a victory, 16
to 14.
Delta Theta Chi and Phi Chi fought
stubbornly for the full time before the
latter team won, 13 to 9.

WHAT'S GOING ON
FRID.AY,
11:00-Soph p igiaer assembly in
room. 3481 Engineering building.
12:30-Polonia . Literary circle has
group picture taken, at White's stu-
dio. -
6:30=-Presbyterian young people's
sleigh ride. to Saline. Sleighs. leave.
church promptly,
7:30-,lymouth. guild slelgbz ride.
party. Leave from Congregation-
al .church.
7:80-Phi Sigm. miets in room 173
Natural' Science building. Dr. Con-
nell speaks.
7:30-Alpha Nu -debating society
meets in chapter rooms to go to Var-
sity debAte in a body.
8:00-Varsity dMebate. Michigan vs.
Chicago in Hill auditorium. Uni-
versityband concert begins at 7:40
o'clock.
SATURDAY
1:30-Iota Sigma Pi meets in room
151, Chemistry building.
2:00-Pennsylvania students hold nov-
elty get-together party in old Union.
Party ends at 5:30 o'clock.
7:00-Newark, N. J., 'club meets in
room 306 of Union.
730--Craftsman club meeting in'
Masonic temple. All student Mas-
ons are asked to be present.
7:30-Student Volunteers meet in
Lane hall.
7: 45-Ex-Pres. William H. Taft speaks
on "Capital, I4bor and the Soviet,"
Hill auditoriu'm.
8:00--Fancy dress party in harbour
gymnasium.
SUNDAY
6:15-University union religious ser-
vice in Hill auditorium. Dr. Louis
Wolffey speaks.
MONDAY
7:30-Varsity Mandolin club practice
in University Hal
8:00-Stephen Leacock, Canadian au-
thor-humorist, speaks on "Laughing
w h Leacock," in Hill auditorium.

Students desiring to take Summer
school work this year will be able to
govern their secimd sempester ele-
tions accordingly, as the abridged an-
nouncemxlent of the courses to be of-
fered will be issued Wednesday, Jan.
21. This bulletin will give all the
courses and instru'ctors,, but not the
hours of recitation. A complete bul-
letin will be made up during the spring
semester.
"Y" OFFERS EMPLOYMEN - FOR
STUDENTS WHO DESIRE WORK
There is employment at Lane hall
for men wishing to work for their
Tuttle'.s
Lunches
Nunnally's
Candy
Maynard St.

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Excellent CHOP SUEY from
11:30 a. n. to midnight
Steaks and Chops $14 S. State

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JEWELERS-
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Quality and Service
113 E. Liberty St.
Ann Arbor. Mich.

There's a B9 Satisfaction
In buyingrw. your ,.
Drug Store 'Necessities
at
The EerbaCh Son, Go.
200-204 E.,LIBERTY ST.

board, who bave no 8 or 1 o'clock [a ommodated shortly
classes, according to G. G. Whitney, tion as the bureau ih
'21, in charge of the employment bu- coming almost daily.
reau of the "Y." If applicants can-1 wish to work as substit
not be placed at ones, they can' be ends can also be acco

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Interior Decorating

U-NOTICES
There will be no meeting of the ad-
visory board of the Women's league
as formerly announ ed in this
column.
The Baptist guild will hold no meeting
Sunday evening on account of thei
union service in Hill auditorium.
The box social to be given by the Good-
fellowship club and the city "Y"
at 'the Country club is postponed
from Friday evening until Satur-
day evening.
paniors have 13 more days in which
to make appointments for Michi-
ganensian sittings without the ex-
tra charge.
Presidents of the following fraterni.
ties should send representatives to
the Michiganensian betleen 1 and
4 o'clock today to correct names of
,members, or to add new names to
chapter lists: Chi Psi, Sigma Phi,
Beta Theta Phi, Phi Kappa Psi,
Sigma Chi, Theta Delta Chi, Delta
Chi, Sigma 'Nu, Phi Gamma Delta,
Phi Nu Alpha, Acacia, Alpha, Sigma
/ Phi, Zeta Beta Tau, Sigma Phi Ep-
silon, Kappa Beta Psi, Lambda Chi
Alpha, Phi Sigma Kappa, Phi Sigma
Delta Beta Phi, Kappa Nu, Gamma
Eta Gamma, and Theta Chi.
CERCLE FRANCAIS TO HOLD
MEMBERSHIP DANCE JAN. 24

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There was' ptenty of room at the top for a
cigarette .of tip top. quality at a rock bottom
price. And that's where Spur comes in.
For men who judge a cigarette by its
Jocks, by its blend, by its taste-well, Spur
was made for them. Money can't buy any-
thing better ta -
Spur's. new blend of choicest Oriental and
American tobaccds that brings out to the full
that good old tobacco taste.
Spur's satiny imported paper crimped (not
pasted thaE makes an easier-drawing, slowor
burning cigarette.
Spur's smart brown and silver packet, three-
fold to preserve the delicate Spur flavor and
fragrance.
Spur's moderate priCe-20c for 20-helps
you and doesn't huft Spur quality.
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Now is the time to redecorate your rooms for the
"Hop" guests. We employ only 'the most competent
men and can do your work now.

We also carry a complete line of
shes, Etc., to brighten up the house.
Call us and let us know your wants.

Floor Wax

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353-Fl.
West Washington St.

The annual dance of the Cercle
Francais will be held at 9 o'clock the
night of Jan. 24 in Sarah Caswell An-
gell hall., Admission may be gained
by those who hold associate member-
ship tickets and by the active mem-
bers of the club. Plans are being
made for a musical program.
Laws to Hear Lecture Series
Mr. J. A. Veasey, counsel for the
Carter Oil company, is scheduled to
give a series of lectures at the Law
school, during the second semester.
Mr. Veasey will lecture on the sub-
ject, "The Law of Oil." The exact
time of the lectures has not been set
as yet.
MARTHA WASHINGTON CANDIES
at Tices' Drug Store, 117 S. Main St.
Fresh every Friday.-Adv.

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There Will Be No Dancing Parties
This Week. Dances Will B e
Resumed Next Week.

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