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March 23, 1920 - Image 6

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out last night for the trip, will meet FRESH LITS HEAR
at 7 o'clock tonight in Lane hall. TALK ON HISTORY
OPERA NOTICES ~~
"Suppose we say that an/educated
TUESDAY man or woman is one who knows a
7:30-Rehearsal of east and chorus good deal about something and some-
in cond act. thing about a good deal," was the
8:80-Rehearsal of all men in inter- suggestion of Prof. William' A. Frayer,

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flavors. like the
pyramids of Egypt?\
Because thbe are
lofi-ilasting.

TUESDAY
6:00-Board of directors of The Mich-
igan Chimes meets on third floor,
Union.
7:0 verseA club meets in Union.
7:00-Michigan Union orchestra re-
hearsal on second floor, Union.
7:00-Choral Union rehearsal at the
School of Music.
7:00-Scout leaders' training course
at high school.
7:00-Freshman band rehearsal in
University hall.
7:15-Pi Delta Epsilon meets on third
floor of Union.
7:15-Dixie club meets in Union.
7:15--Spanish lecture by Sir Jaime A.:
Baucis in Natural Science lecture
room.
7:30-Prof. G. Whipple speaks to
Parent-Teacher association in Tap-
pan school.
7:30-J-Hop committee meeting in
room 306, Union.. .
7:30-Adelphi House of Representa-
tives meets in club rooms, Univer-
sity all.
F,:00-Students' Liberal club meets in
north dining room, Lane hall. Pro-
fessor Hobbs will talk on "Civil
Liberties."
WEDNESDAY
7:15-Commerce club meets in room
325, Union.
U-NOTICES
Senior lits will meetk at 4 o'clock Wed.
nesday afternoon in room 205, Ma-
. son hall to elect a clash poet, ora-
tor;historian, and prophet for Class
day. There will be reports of the
pipe and cane committee and the
social committee along with other
business.
All campus, voters can obtain appli-
cation and absentee voters blanks
between 1 and 5 o'clodk and from 7
to 8 o'clock any day at the Wood
offices, 320 Nickel's Arcade.
)ten of the senior lit class are re-
quested to get their measurments
for caps and, gowns at George Mole's
before the beginning of spring\ va-
cation by the committee in charge.
All Glee club members, both "those
who did and those who did not try

RECRUITI G OFFICERS W1LL
ADVISE NAVAL RESE RTE MEN
United States recruiting officers,
Lieutenant-Commander Wenzree and
Lieutenant Pfeffer, who are in charge
of the Detroit recruiting office, have
expressed their willingness to come to
Ann Arbor to advise the naval reserve
men in the University in regard to
confirmation of rank, promotion, and
recent orders from the department.
Further information may be had
from Lawrence Larke, '20L, phone
2046-M.
TREASURY ARRANGES FOR
LIBERTY BOND EXCHANGE
Washington, March 22.-The treas-
ury has completed arrangements for
the exchange of temporary Liberty
bonds issued during the loan cam-
paigns for bonds of permanent form
with interest coupons to maturity at -
tached}tSecretary Huston announced
today.
"CLIFF" SPARKS' ENGAGEMENT
TO JACJSON GIRL ANNOUNCED
Announcement has been made of
-the engagement of Clifford Sparks, ex-
'21E, former Varsity football star, to
Mss Rachel Carter of Jackson.
Sparks is a member of Kappa Sigma
fraternity.
Read the Daily advertisements. They
a ill lead you to. the best of Ann Ar-
bor's stores:-Adv.

lude.
WEDNESDAY
7:30-First act rehearsal.
3:130-Second act rehearsal.

of the history department, in the first
of his talks before the freshman as-
sembly Monday afternoon on "Man.
and His Past."
Professor Prayer continued with a
description of the origin of history.
stating that it fell to a low stage in
the middle ages when it consisted sim-
ply of the recording and jotting down
of unusual events.
As reasons for studying history,
Professor Prayer gave two quotations,
" 'He who has learned to understand
the true character and tendencies of
many preceding ages will not go far
astray in his own.' President Butler

,men who have not studied history nave
no means of comparing themselves
with the men who have gone before
them."
Speaking of museums in connection
with history, Professor Frayer said,
"The higher the civilization of any
country the 'more attention is paid to
museums. A -can imagine no better
test of education than to watch a per-
son stroll through the great museum
in New York and see what interests
him or whether anything does."
REGULAR BUSINESS MEETING
' HELD BY SENATE COUNCIL.
Regular routine business was the
order of the meeting of the Univer-
sity Senate council held last night in
the Law building. The report of the
committee on student affairs was post-
poned until the next meeting.

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English
Golf
Caps

And WRGLEY'S is a beneficial
as well as long-tasting treat.
It helps appethie and digestion,
keeps teeth clean and breath
sweet, aiiays'thirst.
CHEW IT AFTER EVERY MEAL
Sealed Tigbt-gt .

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Imported
.Tweeds and
Home Spuns
These are Caps
of Class and
Character.

Tinker & Company
South State St. at William St.
Clothes, Furnishings and Hats

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Spring Exposition

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THE SEASON'S FASHIONS

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You may hunt the
world over-but you can-
not find a cigarette to
take the place of Murad.
The tobacco in Murad is 100% pure
Turkish-and Turkish is the most
famous of all tobaccos for cigarettes.
It is true that "ordinary" cigarettes
cost a trifle less.
"Judge for yourself-- "
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WOMEN AND MISSES

Wednesday, March 24th Tursday, March 25th

A FASHION PROMENADE

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LIVING MODELS

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-will perfect this display. of authentic and individualized
new fashions in spring and summer apparel for all occasions

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Frocks

Coats

Blouses

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Footwear

Millinery

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"GEORGE DID IT":

"GEORGE DID IT"

(Second Floor)

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