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WHAT'S GOING ON
WEDNESDAY
3:30- Special swimming practice at
the, city "Y." All team members and
tryouts are asked to be present.
4:15-Dr. A. J. Barnouw of the U~ni-
versity of Leyden, speaks in Natur-
al Science auditorium on "Social
Life in Holland."
7:00 - Make-Hoover-President elub
meeting at the Union.
7 :15-Com mere club meets, room 318,
Union.
7:30 - Chemical Engineering society
motion pictures in Natural Science
auditorium. Admission fret
8:Th-Union opera at Whitney theater.
THURSDAY
7:00-Trip Mandolin rehearsal in Un-
iversity Hall.
8:15-Union opera at Whitney theater.

NUMBER 1

lost all our Suitings
by buying that way,
the extra trousers a

with extra trousers.
When suits cost so
good investment.

0; WITH ExTRA TROUSERS $80.00
derful'showing in Woolens at this figure

SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY

News From The Ot:

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Karl
Liberty St.

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2:15-Union
theater.
9:00-unior
nasium.

FRIDAY
opera at the Whitney
Hop in Waterman gym-

Malcolm Building

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YOU WIPL NEED
DRUGS
LABORATORY SUPPLIES
TOILET ARTICLES

U-N (TICES
3Mr. Noyes' class in history 2 will meet
at 4 o'clock Wednesday in room 207,
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.
NUMBER 3
(Continued from Page One)
tions subsequently formed, into the
Engineering society with the idea that
the society should act as a co-ordinat-
ing medium for these smaller bodies.
It should not, however, interfere with
the work of these organizations in
their more specific fields. The second
suggestion advises a complete revi-
sion of the constitution with the in-
tention of making it simpler and more
flexible.

(Continued from Page One)
Kemp Keena fits admirably into his
role of "one of the best fellows in,
the school," playing his part with a
lack of pretention which never fails to,
characterize a type with which we are
all familiar. Even as the elderly
judge he displays a reserve and dig-
nity which merit him unlimited praise.
In several musical numbers we have
evidence f a voice which is unusual
for the Opera in the University.
Paul R. Wilson, "the best looking
girl in the cast," so the women say,
certainly makes the ideal maiden for
the little love making in Roderick's
"The Light in Your Eyes," but per-
haps Keena, as the swain, would much
have preferred looking into his eyes
at least once during their song. The
closed eyes and the glance toward
Heaven look well in pictures, but have
little place in Opera.
Memories Revived
Looking for something which would
touch the tenderer sentiments in the
hearts of the student, and bing him
oft back to the years "when friend-
ships were strong, and life & sweet
song," the author would have looked
far before he could have done it more
effectually than in his interlude. The
familiar background, cozy fireplace,
memories of former times, all must.
live in "Ann Arbor Days."
Knight Mirrielees, "he of the bent
knee," again forged his way to ap-
plause with a song which gave him'
ample opportunity to use the strutting
and rotary knee motion which he has
employed ever since the days of "Blue
Book Blues.' 'A little variety never
comes amiss.
"Sandy" Wilson, .with his "You're In
It," must have realized'just how much
he was "in it" before his numerous
encores satisfied his audience. Mathew
Lamport and Phillip Ringer scored
almost as heavily in their duet dance
as Pierrette and Pierrot. For acting
worthy of many a professional, Tom
Hart came decidedly to the fore-
ground as both "Hi" Simpson, the
"constabule" in the first act, and the
fop, Jack Dalton, in the second.
No Formal Night
Reports to the effect that the Opera
will be formal on Thursday night are
without foundation, according to
Homer Heath,,general manager of the
Union: He declared that the Union
had never made any attempt to en-
courage such practice, and that the
degree of formality displayed by the
opera goers depended entirely - on
personal tastes.

Harvard-The, commission for Re-
lief of Belgium has arranged for the
establishment and support of 10 fel-
lowships during 1920-21 for Ameri-
cans to undertake, graduate Whork in
Belgian universities, and of a similar
number for advanced Belgian stu-
dents in American universities. The
stipend of each fellowship for study
in Belgium will be 10,000 francs, plus
the necessary traveling expenses to
and from Belgium, and whatever tui-
tion is necessary.
Leland Stanford-According to a re-
cent announcement of the president of
the institution, all sorority houses at
Leland Stanford will be dispensed
'With, and all women attending the uni-I

zations along otherAlines of sport will
take place this spring.
0berlin-The members of the Girls'
Glee club have just recently return-
ed to Oberlin after a trip in the
east. They visited New York, Wash-
ington, and Akron, giving concerts in
several surrounding towns and cities.
De Pauw-The endowment fund for
retired teachers at Depauw must
reach 100,000 before May 1. Ts fund
will be used to pension retiring mem-
bers of the De Pauw faculty.
IMJMEL APPOINTED REGISTRAR
FOR EXTENSION ASSOCIATION

APRIL
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Men-Hats are high; your last
season's hat cleaned and re-
blocked into this season's shape,
with a new band, will look like
new and save you five or ten
dollars. We do only high class
work. Factory Hat Store, 617
Packard St. Phone 1792.

Pot of Hot Tea and Bowl of Rice
-with-
Plain Chop Suey
35c
EXTRA FINE-45c
Open 11 A. M. to 1 A. M.
Quang Tung Lo
618 E. Liberty Phone 604.11

versity will be required to live in Mr. Ray K. Immel of the oratory de-
dormitories. -partment has been appointed regis-
trar for the convention of the national
Purdue-There is a probability that association of Universit7 extension
a fraternity athletic league may be which will be held herd Thursday,
formed at Purdue owing to the sue- Friday, and Saturday of this week.
cess of interfraternity basketball Mr. Immel's duties will be to regis-
there this year. It is expected that ter and card index the names of the
keen competition between the organi- visiting guests.

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We are perfectly equipped to give you good
service and absolute satisfaction in every detail

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200-204 E. LIBERTY ST.

Courteous and satisfactor
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, wbetber the account be large
or small
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, * 5004I.00
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'northwest C )r. Main & Huron
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Market

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Proposals Accepted
The proposals embodied in the re-
port have been accepted without al-
terations. by all the organized bodies
of engineering students except the
electrical'engineers, who, while sup-
porting the greater portion of the re-
port, recommended that the field of
operations of the Engineering society
be somewhat restricted and that it re-
cruit its membership solely from the
branch organizations.
The committee consisted of 3. E.
Goodwillie, '20E, chairman; C. R. Ny-
man, '20E, Mechanical; C. E. Bot-
tum, '20E, L. L. Smith, '20E, Civil; L.
M. Ilgenfritz, '20E, M. F. Gardner,
'20E, Electrical; H. J. L. Cotton, '20E,
L. 0. Case, '20E, Chemical; C. R.
Ford, '20E, Marine; J. M. Darbaker.
'20E, J. T.Dickinson, '20E, Engineer-
ing society and Technic.

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NUMBER 2

"The First Essontial oi Education
Is an Aetive Mind."-President Burton.
To create an active mind from one naturally somew
tive is the first purpose of the little book "Memory and
ness, .keen attention, concentration, the power of a
thought, comprehension, logic-all are essential to go
herein taught. Students' es ition, 6oc at all bookstores,
written instruction letter, $i.oo.
The Education Cou
For satisfactory finis
that
SWAIN

Less than 50 cans...

27c

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HOME CURED BACON
Whole or Half..............33c
THESE ARE CASH PRICES
WE DELIVER TO ALL PARTS OF T14E CITY
118 W. Washington Street

TEACHERS
Do you want to secure the
Best Position and the "High Dol-
lar" in salary next year? If so,
write Today for our Salary
Schedule and Literature. Only
4% Comm. Payable in Fall.
Central & Western'States.
HEUER TEACHERS' AGENCY
Cedar Rapids, Iowa

(Continued from Page One)
at 3 a. m. and the lights be out at
3:30 a. m.
Rule 10 in the petition to the Uni-
versity Senate provides that house par-
ties shall commence not earlier than
Friday morning and end not later than
Sunday afternoon.
No Corsages Will Be Allowed on Floor
The selectiorn of chaperons for
house parties is left entirely in the
hands of the group concernAd, but the
chaperons should be definitely in-
formed of the wishes of the University
in the following matters
There'should be no dancing at the
house after the Hop. After a reasonable
time for refreshments and rest the
party should break up.
Dances' or other festivities on Sato.
drday night should end promptly at
midnight
TO OPEN MEDICAL READING
ROOMS IN LIBRARY TODAY

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gets your films so leave
them at the Quarry Drug Store
or 713 E. University Ave.
ARE YOU FACING YESTERDAY OR
TOMORROW?

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SUITS AND
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Opening of the new medical read-
ing room on the second floor of the
Library will take place today.
Most of the medical magazines have
been moved into the room and all of
the tables and chairs are instaled, The
pigeon holes around the walls for 'the
magazines have been labeled and a
special medical catalogue placed in
the reading room.
Shelves for a few of the book cas-
es which will be used for reference!
texts that are in great demand have
not yet been built. Other than this
the room is completely furnished.
Opening off the medical reading
room are two smaller rooms for the
use of the medical facultesone for
the homoeopathes and the other for the
allopaths. These rooms are also
equipped and ready for use.

We handle only the very best and
Latest Styles in
HATS; CAPS, NECK WEAR
SHIRTS, UNDERWEAR

The problem of yesterday was Distribution. That of today is
Production. Production will continue to be the problem of tomor-
row. And fundamental to its solution is the Business of Industrial
Building
As conducted by Aberthaw, this Business has been placed on the
same careful, scientific basis of organization, of estimating, planning,
and cost accounting that obtains in the most modern of the industries
themselves.
The fact enables Abeithaw to offer to its clients such highly per-
fected facilities for construction as ensure the prompt, intelligent, and
workmanlike fulfilment of any undertaking, however large.
It likewise renders the Aberthaw organization an invaluable
training-ground for the ambitious young engineer capable of welding
a great variety of technical and human experience into a crow-bar
with which to pry open the Door of Opportunity.
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IProf. Sellars to Sperm in Detroit
Speaking on the subject "The New-
er Vistas of Democracy," Prof. Roy
W. Sellars of the philosophy depart-
ment, will address members of the
Twentieth Century club Thursday aft-
ernoon in Detroit. The lecture will
conclude the series given before the
club by Professor Sellars this winter.
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