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nbia-Registration in the de-
nt of extension teaching up to
ows a total of 8,317, an in-
of 509 students over the total
I last year at the same date.
ars that many candidates for
e to Columbia college fell
f requirements, and are now
ed in etxension teaching.
-A drive will soon be started'
State university to bring all
:hool students of unusual ath-
cholastic, literary, and dra-
bility to that institution.
aska - Nebraska's department
onomy has opened its observa-
the public, and will give lec-
wice a month on subjects cal-
to stir the layman's inter-

hopes to obtain the names of 600
prospects from the present students
at Ohio state. The names of 350
students were obtained last year. Of
this number about 210 entered Ohio
State university this fall. Only one
of these men decided to attend an-
other univeisity.
Columbia-Twenty-one gifts aggre-
gating $27,902.80 in addition to a val-
uable collection of books forming the
nucleus of a memorial library were
recently announced. Among the gifts
is one of $600 from J. Armstrong
Chaloner to be added to the Chanler
prize fund, which thereby becomes the
most valuable undergraduate prize in
Columbia college.
Ohio-Practically all seats for the
local football games are sold. There
are a few seats unsold for the Wis-
consin and Michigan games, but they

Boost Ohio

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are selling fast. Michigan has been
assured of 3,000 seats for her follow-
ers. Wisconsin has 1,500 seats for
the Badger delegation.
SENIORS ARRANGE
CLASS GATHERINGS'
At the senior reception Yesterday
afternoon, plans were discussed for
a series of class gatherings to be
held throughout the year under the
direction of the social committee.
A committee was appointed by Ale-
tha Yerkes, '21, vice-president, to de-
termine whether or not the majority
of seniors favor the revival of the
custom of having a senior class play.
This the committee will ascertain by
a canvass of the class.
Receiving with Dean Myra B. Jor-
dan were Mrs. Marion L. Burton,
Mrs. John R. Effinger, Miss Marian
Wood, Miss Marian Dawley, Miss
Grace Greenwood, Miss Eleanor Shel-
don, Miss Helen Bishop, Miss Martha
S. Hills, Mrs. M. E. Cake, Miss Mar-
jorie Brown, and Miss Marguerite
Chapin, '20.
PROGRAM NEARLY COMPLETED
FOR VARSITY BAND BOUNCE
Following the custom established at
previous entertainments given for the
financial support of the band, that or-
ganhation will appear on the stage
at the Band Bounce next Friday.
The program, which is now practical-
ly arranged, will include, as announc-
ed, various acts featuring dancing
and music. ,The band will add to this
a display of talent, and a sample of
what they will carry with them when
they follow the team on its two trips
neat month.
Those who remember the bouce of
last year will recall the "musician's
strike," an act which put the band
on an equal with any other factor as
an entertainer.
"MENTAL EFFICIENCY," TOPIC
OF FIRST "Y" OPEN FORUM

HASEYS
DANCE STUDIOS
The NeJst Ieauiiful and Refined
Studios in Ann Arbor

21-22-21 WUERTH ARCADE

HOURS: 1-5, 7-14

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1omen
University girls who are working
on the Y. W. C. A. campaign should
report before 4 o'clock daily at New-
berry hall in order that their results
may be recorded on the membership
chart
All University girls who have cars
and are willing to use them one hour
a week to take patients from the hos-
pital out for a ride will please call at
Newberry hall.
There will be hockey practice for
sophomores at 4 o'clock Monday aft-
ernoon; for juniors and seniors at 5
o'clock Monday, for freshmen at 6
o'clock Tuesday.
There will be cricket practice for
freshmen and sophomores at 4 o'clock
Monday afternoon on Palmer field.
There will be a meeting of the
Forum on "Personal Efficiency," at 4
o'clock Monday afternoon, Nov. 1, at
Newberry hall.
Courteous and satisfactory
TREATMENT to every custom-
er, whether the account be large
or small.
The Ann Arbor Savings ank
Incorporated 1869
Capital and Surplus, $62,000.00
Resources .... .$5,000,000.00
Northwest Cor. Main & Huron
707 North University Ave.
Ready to Serve
AT ANY TIME
Open from 11a.m. to 12 p.m.
Pot of hot tea and bowl of rice
PLAIN CHOP SUEY
35 CENTS
CHINESE and AMERICAN Style
Short Orders
Quang TunjLo
613 E. Liberty at
SPALDING
SWEATERS
Warm and com-
fortable with free
arm movement.
Spaldingsweaters4
are garments for
al-around use-
for everybody-
men and women.
Just right for all
manne ofeut-.
door; wear. s9ND oR CATALOGUE
A. C. SPALDING & BROS.
211 S. State St., Chcago, Ill.
PHONE 166
TsUTBEY
21 OUTH MAIN
QULIY ICE CREAM

Student Headquarters
We carry complete stocks of "Brighten-Up" finishes in small size
cans for all "touch-up" jobs around the house.

PAINTS
ENAMELS

VARNISHES

BRUSHES

WALL PAPER

KALCIXINE S

STAINS

GLASS

L. E. WENZEL

Painting and Decorating

PHONE 84

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Newberry Elevator Nears Completion The elevator is to be of the elec-
The work of installing a new ele- tric push-buton type.
vator in Newberry residence is about
completed, according to an announce- Use the advertising columns of The
ment by the Buildings and Grounds Michigan Daily to reach the best of
department. Ann Arbor's buyers.--Adv.

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Geo. Walsh

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"FROM NOW ON"
PATHE REVIEW - POLLARD COMEDY
SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY

)MEN'S.

IABERDASHERY

H. B. Warner

EXCLUSIVE IN APPEARANCE
BUT MODERATE IN PRICE

"ONE HOUR BEFORE DAWN"

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"Mental Efficiency" is the subject
upon which Rev. Lloyd C. Douglas
will address the Y. W. C. A. forum at
4 o'clock Monday afternoon in New-
berry hall. In his short talk upon
this topic, Rev. Douglas will lay the
foundation for the general discussion
that is to follow.1
This will be the first formal meeting
of the forum, and will begin the pro-
gram for the year. "Physical Effici-
ency," and "Social Efficiency," are to
be the subjects of the next two meet-
ings when Miss Marian 0. Wood, di-
rector of physical education, and Mrs.
Marion L. Burton will be the speak-
ers.
FRANCE TO BE THE HOME
OF NEWLY MARRIED COUPLE
Jeanette Bartelme, '17, sister of P.
G. Bartelme, athletic director, was
married to Frederick Raymond of
Chicago Wednesday night, Oct. 27,
in Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond will go to
California until the latter part of De-
cember, when they expect to leave
for France. where Mr. Raymond will
engage in business. Mrs. Raymond is
a member of the Delta Gamma soror-
ity.

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HAROLD LLOYD
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LOST AND FOUND
-Dark green bill fold contain-
$22 between Union and Chem.
or between Madison and Un-
Reward for return to Mackay,
E. Madison.
-Straight haired Airdale pup,
it five months old, black back
head. Answers to name of Jin-
Large sized tan collar. Phone
- Thurs. A.- M., small black
her pocket notebook, gold pen-
attached. "H. J. C." engraved on
r. Reward. Phone 1597-R.
-Slide rule in room 122 Chem.
cling after 9 o'clock class Thurs.
der pleasercall Pharmacy secre-
's office, or Phone 2600. Reward.
-Will person who took brown-
tweed cap from Union cloak
ni Wed. evening, by mistake,
se leave same at Daily office.
-In Engineering building. K.
slide rule in case. Please call
ry, 2738.
-Arrow head with: letter "B."
Seta Phi pledge pin tCall 380.
FOR SALE
SALE--Rebuilt Remington, Un-
wood and other Standard Type-
ers.. New Fox Portable Type-
ers. Phone Marston, 1951-R, 55>
kard.
SALE-Buick roadster - first
s condition. Terms. Gall Riker,
at noon hour.
MISCELLANEOUS
STITCHING, Pecot edge, also sil-
and gold thread work. White
Ing Machine Co,, 205 E. Wash-
on St. Phone 919..
CARL BIRD, His Wagon. Par-
delivered to all parts of the
Phone 1627-W.
AND BOARD. $10.00 per week..
a Mrain. Phone 2490-.

FOR RENT.
FOR RENT-Two large well furnish-
ed single rooms suitable for two or
three boys each or one large suite
for .four. Reasonable terms. Call
1438-W., 709 W. Huron.
FOR RENT-Large double room suit-
able for two boys. Hot and cold
water, good baths and furniture.
415 Hamilton Place. Phone 196-M.
FOR RENT-Very attractive suite one
and a half blocks from the campus,
suitable for two. Call 725 Haven
or phone 2574.
FOR RENT-Room for one 'or two
men. Also room-mate wanted.
Phone 1194-M.
FOR RENT - Office in the Cutting
Apartment, formerly occupied by
Dr. Loeffler. Phone 1898.
FOR RENT-Desirable double room.
Reasonable. Call at 1011 So. State.
St.
FOR RENT-Large warm suite at 109
North Thayer St.
WANTED
WANT I tTwo reflned young ladies
of irreproachable reputation to teach
dancing in Ann Arbor's most refined
dancing school. Must have refer-
ences. Box R, Daily.,
WANTED-Work, near campus after
3 o'clock by experienced setno-
grapher. Sixty cents per hour. Box
S, Daily.
WANTED-A room for two young
ladies staying over the Chicago,
game week-end. Nov. 12 and 13.
Address, Box M. C., Daily.
MISCELLANEOUS
NEAT appearing upperclass man de-
.sires employment 'during any two
hours between 4 and 8 p. m. daily.
Can keep set of books, clerk, board
work, etc. Box Y, Daily.

SUNDAY - MONDAY
JAMES OLIVER CURWOOD'S
COURAGE OF MARGE O'DOONE"

Caters to Fratrnities :and
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Girls' Mandolin Club Holds First Meet
The Girls' Mandolin club met with
its coach, Captain Wilfred Wilson, for
the first time on Thursday evening, to
begin work for the year.
The personnel of the club, includ-
ing new members, is as follows: Ber-
nice Frazer, '22, president, Evelyn
Maxwell, '21, librarian; Sara Waller,
'22, treasurer; Miriam Schlotterbeck,
'23, Emma Koshetz, '23, Marian Brown,
'23, Elizabeth Roberts, '21, Esther Paf-
enbach, '21, Genevieve Prestidge,.'21,
Roberta Deam, '20,.Cliveous Hancock,
'23, Beatrice Hoek, '23, Margaret
Stone, '22, and Dorothy Hollis, '21.
Betsy Barbour Elects House Officers
Girls in Betsy Barbour dormitory
were given experience in parliamen-
tary voting when officers for the year
were elected recently, with regular
ballots and polls open only at certain
hours.
Election returns showed the follow-
ing officers: president, Jessie Mc-
Call, '21; vice-president, Caol Mc-
Donald, '22; secretary, Constance
Baldwin, '23; treasurer, Florence
Brown, '22.
Wyvern to Entertain with Steak Roast
Wyvern held its regular meeting
Thursday night at the Alpha Chi
Omega house. It was decided to en-
tertain the old members at a steak
roast to be given Wednesday of next
week on Geddes heights.
The Kempf Music Studios--Piano,
Organ,, and Voice Instruction. Es-
tablished 1880. 312 S. Division St.
Phone 212-3-.-Ad-v.

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DURING THE SUMMER A FIRST-CLASS BILLIARD PAR-
LOR HAS BEEN OPENED UNDER THE WUERTH THEA-
TRE - A PLACE FOR STUDENTS WHEN DOWN TOWN.
IT'S A REGULAR HUMDINGER - WITH NEW BRUNS-
WICK TABLES AND CUES, GOOD MELLOW LIGHTS (NOT
GLARING), - A FITTING PLACE TO SPEND A FEW MO-
MENTS OR AN EVENING.

WE STRIVE TO DO THE IMPOSSIBLE -
PLEASE EVERYBODY

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