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Number 181.

WEDNIESDAY, APRIL 6, 1921.

Women's Indoor Fleet Feld Today
The Wvomen's annual indoor 'meet
wiill be held at 4 o'clock this afternoon
in Barbour gymnasium. Competitionj
between. the freshman and sophomore
classes for the silver loving cup will
depend entirely upon the meet this
year " since there has been no dem-
olistration- as in -former years.
NO DIYDURIN~G TACATION

TheVniversity of vMich1L
By' WILFRED SHAW, Illustrated by Photographs and Four Etchings by
SPECIAL PRICE OF $3.40

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will be held

at the Union at 12:15 o'clock
MARCUS L. WARD.

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:heir next Assembly on Thursday, April 7, at 9 o'clock; in
Engineering building. Professor Sanders will address the
tanat business will receive attention.
H, H. HIOBIE.
ineers:
.ssemnbly will be held on Wednesday,. April 6, at 9 o cocin
e New Engineering building. Several important class mat-
3up for discussion, and it is hoped by the class officials that
e will be present.
W. C. HOAR, Class Mentor.
's:
assemnbly will be held on Thursday, the 7th, at 10a. m, in
ur L. Cross, Hudson Professor of European History, will be
A. H. LOVELL, Junior Mentor.
of Electrical Engineering:
erested in the Graduate Student Courses of the Common:
"ompany of Chicago, can receive information from me. The
Edison Company have authorized a class of not more than-
ii all schools. JOHN C. PARKERL.
in Economics 1 will be held in the Natural Scienice Audi-
ther notice. F. M. TAYLOR.
Foreign Countries:
om foreign countries interested in taking a trip through
3higan during the Spring Vacation will please consult with
)wing hours: Monday, at, 4-5 p. in.; Tuesday, Wednesday,
y, 3-4 p. im. J3.A. C. HILDNER.
dy Gregory's Plays will be presented for the members of
eir guests in Sarah Caswell Angell Hall Wednesday. April
Members who have not obtained, tickets should she Mr.
ednesday. C. A.- DAHLSTROM.
election of officers will be held in Room 205 Mason Hall
7, at 4 p. mn. C. A. DAHLSTROM.,
ments and All Othbrs Interested:
r'sity Exchange relative to construction of new apparatus
and repairs and 'adjustments: to the same. The Central,
fully equipped to take ca.re of this work for the'tVniver-
he Clock Tower".4"
G. H. HARRISON,
Assistant Superintendent 'of Eng. Shops.

The Daily will cease publica-
tion until after the Spring vaca-
tion with the issue of Friday,
April 8.
SELL BRUSHES
During Spring Vacation
Free Tranng'
Make Goutd Money

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FOR, ANY TYPE OF DANCING.
may easIy be satisfied at
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AESTHETIC DANCING
SOFT SHOE DANCING
TOE DANCING,
BALL ROOM DANCING
We aim to make you graceful
in :addition to knowing steps

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p. m. today

Instructors
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Phone 230.RB

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if not satisfied.
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Gentlemen: -Enclosed herewith
is $5.00 for which kindly send
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ESTABLISHED 1828I$
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Tee h n f riy M l 8 0..Our representative will by at the=
HOTEL STATLER, DETROIT =.
Tomorrow, Friday and Saturday
*April 7, 8 and 9.
q:with samples of Ready-made Clothing-
Furnishings, Hats and Shoes=
We have made Substantial Reductions
in Prices throughout our Stock of
Red-md and, Custom Clothing
BOSTON NEWPORT c
IRKMONTCOR. BOYLSTOJ4 220 BELLEVUES AVENUE-
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,Press build-

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officers,

forum, Lane hall.
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THURSDAY
9:00-Senior engineers meet in room
348, Engineering building.
6:00-Annujal banquet of Baptist guild.
U7 :00-Choral Union rehearsal, School
of Music.
7 :00-MUandoln club rehearsal, Union.
7 :00-Freshtman band practice, Uni-
versity hall.
7:15--Glee jub rehearsal, Union.
7 :15-Meeting of La Socledad His-
panica, rgom 202, South Wing.
7 :30-Alphia Nix business meeting,
fourth floor, Universjity hall.
7 :30-Meeting of Kansas City clubs
room. 304, Union.
7:30-Meeting of Round-UTp club, Un-
ion.
8 :00--Christian Science society meets
in Lane hall 'auditorium.
" U-NOTICE S
Rematning tickets for V. F. W. mil-
itary ball Friday night, may still be
secured at main desk in Union.
Art school exhibit Im upper gallery,
Alumni Memorial hall, Will be open
at all -hours lexcept from 10 to 12
and from 2 to 3 o'clock today and
Friday.
Professor Hlollister Speaks at Dundee
Prof. R .:T° T. Hollister, of the or-
atory, department,, addressed a -public
meeting last night at the high, school
at Dund~e on the subjiect, "James
Whitcomb Riley." "The lecture was
given under the auspices of the Uni-
versity Extension service.

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Engineering{

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Evenings -.-80c
Matinee * - 25c
2:00 = 3:30 7:00 - 8:30

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Victor Records for April1

Another fine list of tlie most
up-to-date popular hits and

a1 Irish Poplin -Neckwear
For Men
i the assortment are many new patterns
st satisfactory fabric. Especially priced at
$1.oo-and$26 .
Now On Display at
South State Street (second floor)

Red Seal Records.

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