ception for Ilirfi Johnson
xslty band meets at Union to
r Johnson-for-President ban-
Lnquet for Hiram Johnson at
coral Union rehearsal at thej
out leaders' training course
Lion orchestra rehearsal, sec-
reshman band rehearsal in
Clair County club meets on
xle club meets in room 318.
hinx meeting, .third floor,
reshman 31andolinwelub re-.
tin Lane hall.
elphi House of Rlep esenta-
aeets in club rooms, 'Univer]
0. T. C. club meets In room
'ranglesr meet in roomi.304,
Y. W. C. A. Vesper services will bel
resumed at 4:30 o'clock Wednesday
at Newberry hall, with Miss Grace
Greenwood, social director of Martha
Cook dormitory, as speaker. These
services have been discontinued due
to the illness of speakers and heads
of the organization but will be held
each Wednesday hereafter as usual. A
social half hour follows the devotion-
NINTE STUDENTS ENROLL IN
NEW CLASS IN ESPERANTO
Nine students have entered a class in
Esperatnto to be taught by S. 3. Jaffe,
'21, in the discussion group of the
Cosmopolitan club no fees will be
charged those who take the course
and others may enroll in the class
at the next meeting of the club, or.
by seeing H. C. Tung, 1115 South Un-
COUNCIL DISCUSSES PIJICHAS~E HURON VALLEY BLDG. & SAV-
f OF LAND NEAR STEE"M FAR3 INGS ASSO., BEST & SAFEST. Never
i ---paid less than 6 per cent, Under SMate
At the meeting of the Ann Arbor city control. Can draw your money- ANY-
-council last night, the matter of the(- TIME & receive 5 per cent from date
purchase of the ]and adjoining the of investment. H. H. Herbst, Secy.
Steere farm for water purposes was Savings Bank Bldg.-Adv.
discussed. The council decided that
the floating of a $85,000 loan for tali ! MULLANES TAFFIES ut Tices'
purpose should be put to the vote of1 Drug Store, 117 So. Main St. Re-
the people at the ejection t:) be held (veined, every week.--Adv.
the Campus news, student doings, news
The Daily containsth latest Asso- of the outside. world, are all to be
elated Press News.-Adv. found in the Michigan Daily.-Adv.
HAVE YOU EXECUTIVEABILITY and a desire to seet
withoDt. expense? Wv4rite, stating why you should be chi
William W.. Grace, 1020 Little Bu ild in g, Boston 11, Mass.
TIME LIMIIT FOR MAKE-UP
EXAMS SET FOR MARCH 219
All "X's", and "Incompletes" will
lapse into "E's if make-up- examina-
tions are not taken by the end of this
week, Registrar Arthur G. Hall stated
Monday. Instructors must have final
grades in within seven days after
Graham's Annual Book Sale. Big
- DELICIOUS 1-r F RJ2SHING
I UL E I T o v fc h c s t .1 S p o t
f, Tfit nCOCA-COLA C.~
1jiATLANTA, GA. I
s g I
/ 1 1 1
SO. STATE AND N. UNIVERSITY AVE.
Daimes meet in Lane
Local. section of American
aical society meets" in Chem-
amphitheater. Prof. W. A.
ck of Johns Hopkins univer-
Intercollegiate Socialist society
,s in room P 162; Natural Si-'
Matinee M1usicale meets in au-
lum of Union.
Hebrew class meets in room
lt. Clemens club meets in room
Commerce club meets in room
Ilinois students meet in room
Phi Sigma meets in room B 173,
ral Science building.
'Michigan Men in Action" plie
in Hill auditorium.
Intercilleg3Iate Zionist society
sin Lane hall.
- Maindolin club rehearsal in
bhristian Science society meets
es, brought to tke office must
in information as to meeting,
day, and place. A failure to
specific information makes it
sible to place the Men's Educa-
Iclub meeting in room 303,
, for Wednesday; the Grif-
neeting at the Union for Wed-
y, and the Copper Country
meeting in room 306, Union,
dt Mandolin. club members who
to be eligible for -Pacific coast
oust appear at the office, room
Natural Science. building, be-
5 and 5:30 this gtfternoon,
116. Positively no names will
ken after that time.
LiE PRA:JINES at Tices, Drug
117 S. Main St.--adv.
and Shaw Candies of Boston.
Drug Store, 117 So. Main.--Adv.
reductions in prices.-Adv.==__ "
C.'3 ' - ' .3 * .7,f
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3Annual Book Sale.
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A4 E WA erON
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Doty Gowns a Specialty IN lli
619 E. Liberty St.,
You, Will Be