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ANNOUNCE SCKEDLE
FORl ALLEY TOURNEY

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FRIDAY
4:00-Women's league will
at Barbour gymnasium.
4:00-House committee of r
meet in student offices.

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PROF. KARPINSKI WILL READ
PAPER AT ORIENTAL MEETING
Prof. Louis Karpinski of the math-
ematics department, will read a paper
"Arabic and Oriental Mathematics,"
at the Saturday morning session of
the western branch ofthe American
Oriental society, which meets Friday
and Saturday at Evanston, Ill. Pro-
fessor Waterman, president of the
,society, will also attend the meeting.

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These are the winds
that make the call

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sonal agents, to the full,
stion, because the people
were ready for any sac-
the war.
Power Continues
s come, in fact, if not
but the war powers of
e still continue. They
rotght to aniend. It is.
thing, for new conditions
reated, which should be
t the same time by new
;ted to the conditions of
ubject to the limitations
of our constitutional sys-

Union will

SATURDAY
1:30-Meeting of all asistant track
managers and tryouts at Water-
man gymnasium. .
SUNDAY
;:30-Unitarian Guild forum. Miss
Ethel Fonda speaks on "The Adrian
Industrial School for Girls." Light
supper will be served to members.
and friends at 5 b'clock.
68:30-ChristIan Endenor society meets
in Pre'sbyterian church. Scoial half
hour preceding.

iere is a double immediate pur-
to be served. One, to restore the
of freedom. It is dangerous for
>ple to acquire the habit of bow-
o power without limits. They
.become subservient, and then
cter essential to freedom degen-
s. The other is to stop a multi-
of interferences, ill-judged al-
,h well-meant, with the natural
p of business through which
natural laws can operate to re-
normal conditions.''
e appeal of President Wilson in
er 1918, for the election of a
cratic congress, he declared, was
merely an injustice to the Repub-
senators and representatives
with splendid loyalty had sup-
d every forward step of the ad-
tration" but "it was a demand
te continuance of supreme power
e :election of 4 congress which
I submit itself to the orders of
ecutive acting at once as a party
r in politics, and a dictator in
nment. It was the instinct of
ican democracy that repelled the
nd. Such long has been the
nment of Mexico. A government
a Louis Napoleon at one end
plebiscite at the other and with
it but subservience between is
free republic. It is autocracy
nsent.
Challenge -of Powers
.e President's defiance of the au-
y of the senate to advise, upon
wvenanC of the league of nations
o give or withhold its consent
e ratification of the treaty con-
g it," he continued, "was an as-
n of right to continue the same
ratic power. It was a challenge
right of any officer of the Uni-
ates government to exercise 'his
s in any way which had not the
val of the chief executive. '
President had the constitution-
thority and duty to negotiate a
The senate had the constitu-
authority and duty to advise
o consent or refuse to consent
cordance with their judgment.
ight to perform that duty was
nged."
speech continued with a discus-
If the powers.
"STANDARD" loose leaf note-
it WAHR'S UNIVERSITY BOOK
ES.-Adv.
THA WASHINGTON CANDIES
es' Dlrug Store, 117 S. Main St.1
every Friday.-Adv.

TUESDAY
7 :15---verseas men will .meet
ion to effect an organizaon.
man requested to be present.

at Un-
Every
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WEDNESDAY
7 :30-Meeting of Western
304 of Union.

club, roomI

Twenty-four teams are entered in
the Union bowling tournament, which
is scheduled to start Feb. 24. Each
team will bowl two three game match-
es, in the preliminary contests. The
six teams having the highest number
of pins will be entered in the finals.
Four teams will bowl each night, one
team using two alleys.
The failure of a team to appear at
the scheduled time will eliminate that
team from further participation. The
bulletin bdard in the bowling room
will be used to show the standings of
the various teams throughout the tour-
nament.,
The complete schedule follows:
Feb. 24, 7 o'clock, Theta Delta Chi
vs. Nu Sigma Nu; 8 o'clock, Theta Chi
*z. Copper Country club. Feb. 25, 7
o'clock, \Psi Upsilon vs. Tin Lizzies;
8 o'clock, Sigma Alphal Epsilon vs.
Phi Rho Sigma. Feb. 26, o'clock,
Delta Chi vs. Acacia; 8 o'clock, Phi
Gamma Delta vs. Phi Kappa Sigma.
- Feb. 27, 7 o'clock, Katzenberger vs.
Trigons; 8 o'clock, Sigma Phi Epsi-
lon vs. Delta Tau Delta. March 1, 7
o'clock Zeta Beta Tau vs. Psi Omega;
8 o'clock, Alpha Delta Phi vs. Zeta.
'Psi. March 2, 7 o'clock, Michigan
Union vs. Lambda Chi Alpha; 8
o'clock, Kappa Sigma vs. Phi Delta
Theta. March 3, 7 o'clock, Phi Rho
Sigma vs. Theta Chi;-8 o'clock, Tin
Lizzies vs. Theta Delta Chi.
March 4, 7 o'clock, Copper Country
club vs. Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 8
o'clock, Nu Sigma Nu vs. Psi Upsilon.
March 5, 7 o'clock, Delta Tau Delta
vs. Phi Gamma Delta; 8 o'clock, Trig-
ons vs. Delta Chi.
March 8, 7 o'clock, Phi Kappa Sigma
vs. Sigma Phi Epsilon; 8 o'clock,
Acacia vs. Katzenberger. March 9, 7
o'clock, Phi Delta Theta vs. Alpha
Delta Phi; 8 o'clock, Lambda Chi Al-
pha vs. Zeta Beta Tau. March 10, 7
o'clock, Zeta Psi vs. Kappa Sigma; 8
o'clock, Psi Omega vs. Michigan Union.
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DR. BURTON WANTS
STO KNOW STUDENTS

Tryouts for assistant baseball
manager will be held Thursday
and Friday. Call William Bade
at 319 or report at Waterman
gymnasium at 1 o'clock.
Sophomores are wanted to
tryout for assistant track man-
agers.Candidates will report
to Track Manager F. W. Par-
sons at Waterman gymnasium
during the afternoon.,-

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PRESCRIPTION STORE

Three

SO. STATE AND N. UNIVERSIRY AVE.
Phone 306

DERMAL CREAM LOTION

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U-NOTICES
Due to the illness of Prof. Henderson
the Presbyterian church Noon Bible
class will be held by Prof. H. B.;
Hulbert.
Economics 2 students attention. There
is a limited supply of books avail-
able for this course. Prospective
students can secure these books on
Friday from 11 to 12 and from 1 to
2 o'clock at room 205 Economics
building. Please bring the receipts
which must be signed.
The next meeting of La Socidad His-
pafflca will be held March 2.
All students holfing proofs of senior
Michiganensian sittings should re-
turn the same to the respective pho-
tographers today in order that prints
may be run off for the yearbook.
Michiganensian subscriptions will be
taken this week on the second floor
of the Ann Arbor Press building.
There will be no extra copies offered
for sale later.x
Any Junior girl who is not toking
part in the Junior Girls' play, but
who will be willing to'play the piano
for some of the reharsals should call
Miss Irene Rosenberg at Helen' New-
berry residence at once.
There will be a meeting of all assist-
ant tiack managers and tryouts in
Waterman gymnasium on Saturday
at 1:30 o'clock.
:Presidents of the following organ-
izations should see that members in
group photographs are identified at
the Michiganensian offices this aft-
ernoon: Alph'a Sigma, Xi Psi Phi,
Les Voyagers, Galens, Beta Phi, Phi
Kappa Psi, Alpha Kappa Kappa,
Alpha Epsilon Iota, Saginaw, and
Masques.

Drop
Corn

.Killer

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"Gets-It" Stops Pain. Immediately
and Corns Go Quick.
The way to handle corns is the
tried and proved "Gets-It" way-
the way that millions have found
quickest. e4siest, safest and most
reliable.

A mateur FinshingM-
Enlar ments-
OUR BUSINESS - NOT A
SIDELINE
LYNDON & COMPANY
719 NORTH UNIVERSITY AVE.
ESTABLISHED 1905 AT THE SIGN OF THE KODAK'
For Traveling Anywhere Anytime
YOU WILL ENJOY USING THE
A. B. A. Travelers' Checks as issued by this bank. They
come in denominations of $10, $20, $50 and $100, are cashed
by Banks, Hotels, Railroads, etc., without identification.

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(Continued frdm Page One)
er I am settled here, I am going to
watch the rest of you do '-things, so
that I can learn your traditions and
your customs."
The coming president of the Uni-
versity, in reality, did more interview-;
ing than the reporters, for he did not
spare a single opportunity to learn
some little detail of the University life
here,. He was especially interested in
the administration of athletics and
.tudent affairs, while the grading sys-
tem of the University also caused him,
to ask questions.
Phi Beta Kappa Man .
That Dr. Burton is a scholar as
well as being a man with the power-
ful physique of an athlete is shown by
his rapid rise in the educational world.
Sometimes when his coat brushes
aside, another little bit of evidence of
his academic standing gleams forth-
it is the little gold key of Phi Beta
Kappa,
Dr. Burton is a true all around man.
Lab. coats, aprons. shop tools, etc.,
etc.,, at Wahr's University Bookstore.
-Adv.

A few drops of "Gets-it" knocks
the hurt out of any corn at once
and soon loosens it so it lifts right
of without any feeling. Oh, what
comfort'! How grand to walk and
dance and ,ium without a single
twinge! Why not?
"Gets-It," the never failing, guar-
anteed money-back corn remover,
costs but a trifle at any drug store.
Mf'd by F. Lawrence & Co., Chicago.
Sold in Ann Arbor and recommended as
the world's best Corn Remedy by
A. E. CRIPPEN
DAWSON BROS.
TICE DRUG STORE
E. A. MUMMERY

--ASK tUS-

FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK

101-105 SOUTH MAIN STREET

330 SOUTH STATE STREET
(Nickels Arcade)

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NEW DATE FOR LIT CHANGES
Because of delays due to late
reports, the time for making un-
avoidable changes in elections in
thetliterary college is postponed,
1until Wednesday and Thursday, '
Veb. 25 and 26.
ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.

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WE ARE THE ONLY
STUDENTS' SUPPLY STORE

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All Kinds of Engineering Supplies
Stationery, Fountain Pens
I. P. Note Books and Paper
All Names Stamped Free when Purchased
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SAVE MONEY BY TRADING WITH US. 1111 S. U

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A Clothing Sale

Without An Equal

You Think of
)Yeats Think
-of-

P. Eschelbach
)2 E. Huron Street
PfCNE 821

For Men and Young Men
OVERCOATS AND SUITS

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And Furnishings

0 YOU TAKE ADVANTAGE
OF OPPORTUNITIES$
Here's one you can't afford to

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and the Clothing that we sell is the
kind that cannot be beat.

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SCHOOL OF DANCING
E very fine course in Ball-
Dancing The class for
ers is designed to ac-
the student with the fun-
al step while the -advanc-
s will be presented with
>st popular steps of the
e special classes are to be
ted by
JEANETTE KRUSZKA

Smarm otbt-4

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It will pay you to purchase before the end of our sale. Large Sto -
cks with big price reduction makes it easy to save money ;here
* LINDENSCHMITT, APFE L & CO.
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