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THE

;AN DAILY

~HE ~AN DAILY

SGOING ON
I
'UESDAY
H. Zenjamin speaks toj
students in University
lub dinner, room 323,
rna initiation banquet,;
.ion.
ni Chimes board of di-
son third floor, Union.
bdinner at the Union.
C'lub meets at the Un-
County Club nmeet'sat
ni band rehearsal in Un-;

7:00- Trip Mandolin club rehearsal
in Lane hall.
/:00-Bay City club meets at the Un-
iQn.
7 :15-Athena Literary society meets
in club rooms, University hall.
7 :15--(,ogeble club mfeets, room 825,
Union.
7:15-=Kentucky club meets at the Un-
ion.
7 :30-Adelphi House of Representa-
tives meets in club rooms, Univer-
sity hail.
7 :30-3fichigan Dam~es meet In. Lane
hail1. Miss Poole of the University
hospital, will speak.,
7::30- J-llop coi ittee meets, r~oomi
804, Union'.
SO:15-Union opera at the Whtney
theater.

WEDN~ESDAY
8:30-- Special swimming practice at
the city "Y." All team members and
tryouts are asked to be present.
7:00 - Maike-Hoover-President club
meeting at the Union.
7:15--Commerce club meets, room 318,
Union.
7:30 -: Chemical Enginering society
motion pictures in Natural Science
auditorium. Admission. free.
8:15-Union opera at Whitney theater.
THURSDAY
7:00-Trip Mandolin rehearsal ili Uii-
iversity Hall.
8:15-Union opera at Whitney theater.
Gi.N tTICESl
Mir. NPyes' class in history '2 will meet
at 4 o'clock Wednesday in room 20I7,

Tappan hall, instead of at 2 o'clock
Friday.
Senior laws are asked to obtain meas-
urements for caps and gowns at
Moe's before spring vacation.
PI Delta Epsilon will not meet this'
week.
The following gliee club men will re-
port at 4:30 o'clock this afternoon
in room 316, Michigan Union, for a
special rehearsal : McCormick, P'etrie,
Ferneau, Walser, Failing, Gabell,
Fullerton, Kingsford, Riggs, Dieter-
le, Nash), Barton, Beatty, Mart~doff,
Jones, Kemp, Mason.
Fraternities, have you arranged.. for
your appointment with the Spedding
Studio, J-Hop Photographers, to phot-
ograph your' group during the ''fop.,
Phone 604-W.-Adv.j

,.

KNOWLEDGE OF HISTORY MAY ]
BE COMPARED WITH TRAVEL
"The knowledge of history may be
compared to travel," said Prof. Wil-
liam A. Frayer, of the history depart-
ment, Monday afternoon, in his third
talk before the freshman assembly on
"Man and His Past."
"Limitation to one place causes
narrowness and provincialism as com-
pared with the broadening effects of
travel," he continued, "and so it is
with the study of history.

RUSHED

Work .on the Betsy Barbour dormi-
tory is being rushed as rapidly as
possible according to a statement is-
sued by the buildings and grounds
department yesterday.
The finishing plaster is now corn-
plete in three of the floors and the
work on the woodwork is p, ogressing
rapidly., Radiators, pipe and fittings
have been ordered and upon their ar-
rival the work on the steam-fitting
will be completed.
"We are exerting eevey effort to
have the dormitory ready for the
opening of school next fall," said Mr.
E. C. Pardon, superintendent of the
buildings and grounds department,.
yesterday, "and we are pushing the
work as fast as the conditions will al-
low."

"The important thing is what does
the past mean to each as' an indi-
vidud'l-or does it mean anything? It
means everything or nothing, depend-
ing upon our heredity and environ-
ment."
Beginning April "'26, Prof, David
Friday of the economics department
will give a series' of three -lectures on

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I "Man and His Fellows."

Corc oranAdalns Eng
Announcement was mac

Do

You

Know

What

George Did?

Road Commissions Vote Equipment
New equipment to be userl in the
comning work on the Jackson avenue
road was voted at a recent joint
meeting of the Jackson and Washte.,
naw county board of road cominl s-
sioners.
Call 644-W for appointment to be
photographed in your J-Hops.-Adv.

at

ner given at the Theta Phi Alpha
house last Saturday evening of the
engagement of Winifred Corcoran, '18,
toMr., Arthur Joseph Adams of Jack-
Grunewald Original Creole Pralines
of New Orleans. Tices' Drug Store,
117 So. Main.--Adv.

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F YOU attended th~e Union (p-,
era in order to find 'out the an-
swier to this question; or if You area

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k

going

tonight, t-omorrow,

or'

Thursday-you will want some of"

W HY NOT CALL-
CLAUDE BROWN
AN~D
Sell Your Discarded Clothing
He buys everything in the line of clothing and pays the highest
cash prices.I A Phone Call will bring the wagon to your address.
Special Price Offered for Sheepskin and Leather Coats

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the "George Did It"

-music.

You.

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will find the 'individual numbers
and the. complete scores at head-
quarters -- in other words, at the
University Music House.
NA USIC FROM the Union Opera
_v -something that is distinct-

CLAUDE

BROWN,
TELEPHONE 2601
Open Evenings until 9 P. M.

120 NORTH FOURTH
East side of Court House

1

Special at
Livernois

I

--ly of Michi;gan-is always a suita-

Y

/

Headquarters

for

"GEORGE DID IT" MUSIC

ble gift for the friends at home.
There's something personal in
such a remembrance.
D ON'T FAIL.,to 'come 'in some
time before you start for home.
Or, if you're, pressed for t i m e,
'phone us and we'll have- selec-
tions desired all ready for you.

LARD-HOME RENDERED
No. 50 Cans.. ... ....25c
Less than 50 cans .. ......27c
HOME CURED BACON
Thole orHalf, .....-....33c

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Market

at the

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11 nrn h -iIti iIr~
Si

THESE ARE CASH PRICES

WE DELIVER TrO ALL. PARTS OF THE CITY

UR SALE of popular and operatic music will continue for the re-

118W.

Washington Street,

maincier of this-week...

Very substantial reductions a re being

ade and musicians will fi nd- it advantageous to make their pur-

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chases now..

We are overstocked

on popular hits and are conduct-

UNIVERSITY OF

ing this sale in order to make room for the

incoming

sh ipments,

MICHIGAN

which include all the numbers to be played 'at the i-Hop.
ND THEN, there's the :matter of Victrola Records. ,You'll prob-
ably, want to take some home with you, but there are two rea-
sons why you shouldn't wait until the last minute to come ,in for
theme. The first is: Our'supply of the new records is limited and you

ANN ARBOR, MIGICAS&I

HARRY B. HUTCHINS, LL.D., President

Cosmopoli t& R Student Community

may be disappointed if you come

late; -the second reason: We can-

not pack records as carefully in-a last-minute rush.
"The early bird ..'. ..f .."

Remember,

Eight ill ools and Colleges
COLLECE .,OF LITERATURE, SCI"FA-E, AND THE ARTS-JoHN R. EFFINCER, Dean.
Full literary at d scientific courss-T. esnihers' course-Higher commercial course-Course
in insurace-C ourse in forestry-Cot. u in landscape design-All cours5es open to pro-
fessional studen is on approval of Fact MY
COLLEGES OF ENGINEERING A, Ws ,ARCHlTECTU4E, MORTIMER E. COOLEY, Dean.
Complete coum s in civil, mechanical, dbmtxrical, naval, and chemical engineering-Archi-
tecture and an~ hitectural engineering- .Ii +"ay egeig--ehia work under in-
structors of pm fesioalexpriece- experimental, and field practi~eM-
cghaial, physiintI, electrical, and chemi'. 41.&tp motories-Fine new building-Central heat-
in n it~~ plants adapted for inst, fon
MEDICAJL. SCHOOL,' V. C. VAUGH. VN De 4W. Four years' graded coure-Highest
standard for.'gall work-Special attention I Wen to Lasboratory teachig-Moderm laboratories
--Ample clini" facilities-Bedside instru efion in hospital, entirely under University coni-
trol, a special! f eature. 'cus-rciecutwr
LAW SCIE )OL, HENRY M. BATES,' D. jwr. Three years'cr9-rtieoutwr
a specialty-4 cial facilities for work in, i U ry and political sciences.
COLLEGa OF PHARMACY, HENRY BKRAMERy, Dean. Two, three, and four years'
cou rses-Amrn laboratory facilities--Trai Bing for prescription service, manufacturing
pharmacy, intriu ;trial chewi stry, and for the -iork of the analyst.FI orya'
HOMO '*I ATH IC MEDICAL SCHOOL W. B. HINSDALE, Deian. Fulforyas
course--Fu'y,, s quipped hospital, entirely un Is'- tUniversity control-Especial attention given
to materia .nol( lica and scientific prescribin, 'Twenty hours' weekly clinical instruction.
COLLE-PII OF DENTAL 'SURGERY, M A ns L. WARD, Dean. Four years' course-
Modern 7 '"111~ g housing ample laboratories, as.Iinical rooms, library, and lecture room-
Clinical my,*j d L in excess of needs.
GRAIIG E SCHOOL, ALFRED H. LLOYD, 1}c an. Graduate courses in all departments
--Special ,caul' ses leading to, the higher prof, wsional degrees.
SUMA!1*C1I SESSION, E. H. KRAUS,' Dean. A ,egular session of the University afford-
ing credit. tav and :degrees. More than 275 t *uses in arts, engineering, meihlw
pharmacy., agd library m~ethods. to h aiu col n d
FUrAfufL' information (Catalogues, Annow mtnsoftevrusShlsadC-
leges,t sangms Guide Book, etc., or matters, atff:individual inquiry) address Deans of
Schoo~sn.%ndl±1 .olleges, or the Secretary of the I 1jhiiu'sity.

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