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.
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~U I ER S ITY
will be held
at the Union at 12:15 o'clock
MARCUS L. WARD.
: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.
.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.
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.
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.
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tion until after the Spring vaca-
tion with the issue of Friday,
During Spring Vacation
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*April 7, 8 and 9.
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forum, Lane hall.
e club rehearsal,
ig of Richard N.'
A. Kenyon on "A
9:00-Senior engineers meet in room
348, Engineering building.
6:00-Annujal banquet of Baptist guild.
U7 :00-Choral Union rehearsal, School
7 :00-MUandoln club rehearsal, Union.
7 :00-Freshtman band practice, Uni-
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-
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
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.
$45.'00 and up
Made to Your Measure
ty club, Union.
TODAY, - TOMORROW
Matinee * - 25c
2:00 = 3:30 7:00 - 8:30
Westerners at Lane
ib presents three of
plays, Sarah Cas-
:d from -the C ustom
large shipment of
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Victor Records for April1
Another fine list of tlie most
up-to-date popular hits and
a1 Irish Poplin -Neckwear
i the assortment are many new patterns
st satisfactory fabric. Especially priced at
Now On Display at
South State Street (second floor)
Red Seal Records.
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He watched his
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