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MICHIGAN DAILY

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LY OFFICIAL BULLETIN

SATURSAY, APRIL 23, 1921.

Number 188.

age of Literature, Science, and the Arts:
'here will be a Faculty meeting in the auditorium of the Natural Sci-
building Monday, April 25, at 4:05 p. m. The Special order, the re-
on Junior Colleges, is being sent out by mail.
ARTHUR G. HALL, Registrar.
11 Students:
n view of the patriotic cause to which the proceeds are to be given,
egulations relative to mid-we'ek dances are waived for the Red Cross
ity Ball, to be given in Barbour -and Waterman gymnasiums, Tuesday
ng, April 26. J. A. BJRSLEY,
Dean of Students,
eta Kappa:
Phe Annual Business Meeting of the Michigan Chapter, Phi Beta: Kappa,
be held Tuesday, April 26, 1921, in Room 204, Mason Hall, 4:15 p. m.
Nection of new members. Election of officers. Reports,. etc.
1l resident members, whether of this chapter or others, are invited to
d. JOHN W. SCHOLL, Secretary.
id Extemporaneous Contest:
'he Second Extemporaneous Contest of the year will be held during
econd week in May. Varsity Debaters and winners of previous Ex-
oraneous and Oratorical contests are ineligible for this contest. All
s interested in participating in this contest should mail their names,
class and address, to the chairman of the contest committee by April
Preliminary elimination contests will be held. The first prize in the
contest will be a silver loving cup.
EDWARD T. RAMSDELL, Chairman.
1027 E. University Ave.
ervlce Men and Women:
11, students who were in Military, Naval, or other Federal service dur-
he European War and who have not sent in a detailed and complete
nt of their service, are asked to call at once at the Alumni Catalogue
, basement of the Alumni Memorial Hall, and fill out a blank. This
es to all University students, including those who saw service before
ling in the University for the first time.
ircularizing of all former students has been completed. By means of
otice only will students now in attendance at the University be circu-
d.d
ffice hours, 8 to 12 and 1:30tto 5,.Monday; Tuesday, Wednesday,
sday, and Friday. Saturday, 8 to 12:30.
H. L. SENSEMANN,
Secretary of the Military Record Committee.
rd N. Hall Post 422 Veterans of Foreign Wars:
he funeral o4 Private Reeves, of Ann Arbor, 'who was killed in action
er 18 in Belgium, will take place at Dolph's Undertaking Parlors Sun-
t 3 p. m. The Veterans of Foreign Wars are making all arrange-
s and as it will be a full military funeral, all members of Hall Post V.
are requested to attend in uniform if possible, meeting at the Union
0 p. m.
Signed: WARREN VAN R. GILBERT,
Commander.

WHAT'S GOING 00
SATURDAY
11:00-Meeting of Gargoyle art and
editorial staffs to vote on next year's
managing editor, Press building.
2:05-Varsity band meets in Ujniver-
sity Hall for Purdue game. Men
are asked to wear full uniform.
2:30-Michigan-Purdue baseball game
on Ferry field.
7:00-Upper Room Bible class meets,
upper room, Lane hall.

SUNDAY
9:830-University Men's Bible
meets, upper room, Lane hall.

7:30--pecial meeting of Greaterj
Newark club, in room 304, Union.'

class

10:30-Shailer Mathews
"Manufactured Goods,"

speaks on
First BaptistI

wish to accompany third degree
team to Zion lodge, No. 1, today
must be at D. U. R .station by 3
o'clock.
1921 Crop Brazil Nuts, 23c per
pound. Three jars Prune Fruit Jam,
$1.00. Schultz Grocery. State St.-Adv.

church.
3:00-Choral Union rehearsal, School
of Music.
6:00-Social half-hour, followed by
regular Wesleyan guild meeting,.
Methodist church.
7:30-Shailer Mathews speaks on "The
Deiocracy of Jesus," First Baptist
church.
U-NOTICES
Members of the Craftsmen's club who

Use Classified advertising and sell
tour miscellaneous articles.-Adv.
No. 10 Tomatoes, 60c per can.
Schultz Grocery, State St.-Adv.
J. L. CHAPMAN
JEWELER AND OPTOMETRIST
The Store of Reliability & Satisfaction
113 South Main Street
ANN A RBOR. - y WICIIGAN

Miss Mary F. Minnis, Chiropodist,
formerly with Mack and Co., will be
at the Saunder's Hair Shop, Tuesday
of every week. Phone 2673-M for ap-
pointments.-Adv.
The regular meeting of the Upper
Room Bible Class will occur at 7:00
o'clock this evening in Lane Hall. All
"Michigan Men" are cordially invited.
The special music for thce evening will
be furnished by Mrs. Maud Okkelberg,
of the University School of Music fac-
ulty.-Adv.
MASONiC NOTICE
All members of the Craftsmen's
Club and M'asons who are going to at-
,tend the Hiighland Park Masonic
Lodge tonight, are requested to be at
the D. U. R. station in time to catch
the special car that will leave at 3:00
P. M.
--Adv. By Order of the President.

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rlage of Moore, '20M, Announced
r. and Mrs. C. L. Schneider have
mnced the marriage of their
;hter, Estelle, to Floyd G. Moore,
. The Rt. Rev. 1Edward D. Kelly
ormed the ceremony at the Epis-
1 rectory, Grand Rapids, Satur-
April 16.
Moore is a member of Phi Rho
ia, Galen, and Alpha Omega Al-
fraternities. At present he is
pleting an internship at Grace
ital, Detroit. After July 1 Dr. and
Moore will make their home in
oit.
iad The Daily for Campus news.

INTRAMURAL TENNIS NOTICE
Entries are now open for both
the fraternity and All-campus
tennis tournaments and should
be made at the Intramural office
at once. Two man teams will
compete for fraternity honors,
and entrants in the campus meet
should specify when signing at
. what hours they are certain to
be free to play. Call at the of-
fice, room 3, Press building, or
phone 2268.

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REGULATION WALL AND PUP TENTS
Army Blankets, Barracks Bags, Haversacks, Saddle Bags,
Cartridge Belts, Campaign Hats, Rubber Boots, etc.
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Fricasseed Chicken with Biscuif
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Other Added Features
Including COMEDY, NEWS
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Strawberry Shortcake with
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