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Flowers of Quality

Union College
Steals March
Students of Union college will be
able to send "radio letters" to the
folks back home, through an offer
made by the college radio club which
is running the first successful wire-
less outfit operated on a large scale by
university undergraduates. The activ-
ities of this club in reporting football
scores by wireless and giving radio
"concerts" once a week, have already
attracted wide attention.
"Radio letters" may be sent free of
charge within a radius of 500 miles of
Union, or as far south a4 Washington,
D. C., and west to Chicago, Il. A stu-
dent operator will be on duty at all
times to take messages. This is be-
lieved to be a unique application of
wireless in student affairs.
The club occupies a special room in
the college electrical laboratory and
its apparatus consists of the latest im-
provements in radio equipment, both
sending and receiving. Ambitious
plans to extend the radius of the outfit
are under way.
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UNION INSTITUTES
ALA CARTE SERVICES
Luncheons and dinners in the main
dining room of the Union are now
served a la carte. The new plan re-
sults, Union officials say, from a desire
to give special attention to the indi-
vidual wants of everyone taking meals
there. For those who wish the other.
service, table d'hote luncheons will be
served each week day noon, and table
d'hote dinners on Thursday evening
and Sunday noon.
"A satisfied diner is one who orders
a la carte," Union officials declare,
for this service provides the customer
just what is wanted, and the food is
cooked Just before it is eaten.
Slight Rise in Prices
Prices of the table d'hote luncheons
and dinners in the main dining room
at the Union have not been raised since
last spring. The a la carte luncheon
and dinner dishes have had a slight
increase in cost, averaging about
three to five per cent. This raise is
due to an increase in prices of such
staples as meat, milk, butter and eggs,
it is said.
In the third floor dining room, there
has been an increase of 25 cents on
the minimum dinner price.. A year's
experience has shown the Union man-
agement that this increase was neces-
sary to properly take care of the over-
head expense of administering this
type of service.
Tap Room Prices Vary
There has been virtually no change
in prices of food in the tap room for
many months. Prices there fluctuate
according to the rise or fal in the cost
of materials to the Union, and while
this is true to a certain extent in other
departments, it is quite marked in the
tap room, where overhead expenses
are lower, and the volume of business
warrants it, Union officials stated yes-
terday.
At this time noimaterialsrcan be
bought by the Union at figures less
than those of last year, but on the
contrary some articles have gone up.
Overhead expenses have also increased,
officials say. ,Lower prices have been
promised the purchasing department
for some time, but officials state that
the decline has not yet afpeared.
INTERURBAN CAR CHANGES GO
INTO EFFECT THIS MORNING
Changes in the time tible of the D.,
J. & C. railway have been announced
by Supt. A. H. Cady. The first limited
car will leave Ann Arbor for Detroit
at 6:05 a. m. instead of 6:10 a. m. The
first express leaves for Detroit at 7:05
a. m. instead of7:10 a. m.
The last car going to Ypsilanti only
will leave at 1:15 a. m. instead of 1:10
a. m. These changes will go into
effect on Tuesday, Nov. 2. All other
cars will continue on their present
schedule.
Your Leather Coat Is Dirty
The ordinary method of cleaning
leaves them spotted and faded.
You Must Dye
a leather coat to get the results you
see, or poces o dynga brown
leather coat, a mahoganycoor or black
has proved a success all over the country judging from
satisfied customers.
We afte the largest Leather Dye House in Chicago
and on account ofrthe great demand for the cleaning of
Leather Automobile and Sport Coats, we have made
special efforts in this direction. I
For a reasonable charge from $6.00 to $8.00 we are
prepared to renew your coat.
Our facilities for dying and process of finishing
enables us to return to yu pratcally a new coat guar-
anteeing the workmanship as well as entire satisfaction.
Send your coat by registered parcel post. We will
return coat to you by registered mail.
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719 North University .Avenue
K'ODAKERS - HERE'S YOUR FIRST STOP -
RIGHT HERE A;T THE 'STORE
We specialize in Developing and Print-=
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LIGHT LUNCHES
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Open from 11 a.m. to 12 f.m.
Pot of hot tea and bowl of rice
PLAIN CHOP SUEY
35 CENTS
CHINESE and AMERICAN Style
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number of her cubs.
"How many cubs do you bring into the world at
one timie?" she asked the LIONESS.
"Only ONE," replied the Lioness-"but it's a
LION."
MURADS COST 20 CENTS for a BOX'
of 10-BUT THEY'RE MURADS!
MURADS would be lower priced if we left out
all or part of the 100 Turkish tobaccos of the purest
and best varieties grown-or if we substituted inferior
grades of Turkish tobacco.
But they wouldn't be MURADS-they'd only be
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