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IIUIIUflI JUUIIinIflIi
'WLL HAVE BIG YEAR

headed by PIof. John R. Brumm,' ing on the work of the department. for critical training rather than for
plans to make the coming year the; As formerly, newspaper copy will supplying the average conditions
biggest in the history of the school. be edited by the students and sent to found in the present day newspaper
Following the remodelling of the 2,000 newspapers throughout the office.
second floor of University hall, room country on a larger scale than ever Plans for the coming year include
207 has been set apart for the jour- before. The Associated Press will be: the organisation of a new Press club.
nalism students for recitations, and supplied with news of the campus. Membership will consist of students
after the Cosmopolitan club vacates New announcements, sent out re- distinguished as writers or illustra-
its rooms they will be used as news- cently by the department, have been tors and those highly recommended.
.paper club rooms. greeted with numerous inquiries, and Lectures by. prominent newspaper
A reading room, library files, ex- great interest is being manifested by men will be given throughout the
hibits, and a laboratory are all in- newspapers in the larger cities in the winter for the training of the jour-
cluded in the new facilities for carry- policy of the department, which calls nalism students.

AR1THUR EXPECTS LARGE
ENROLLMENTIN RIBIaTiC,

LIBRARY WILL]I
OPEN ON SUN

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MAJOR SHIPMAN COMES TO
SIST DEPARTMENT'S
WORK

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With an enrollment estimated at
200 and fine new quarters in Univer-
sity hall, the journalism department,

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Unprecedented enrollment is ex-.
pected in the University R. O. T. C.
this year by, Major Robert Arthur be-
cause of the many advantages which
it has to offer. Major Arthur, profes-
sor of military science and tactics,
explained that the benefits from the
R. 0. T. C. could be secured while
students are gaining credits which
will count toward graduation.- He
points out that military training will
thus be a help rather than a hin-
drance to men in their academic
work.
All Michigan men who have been
stationed at Camps .Fort Monroe, Va.,
and Alfred Vail, N. J., have expressed
their intentions ,of resuming their
work here and returning to the camps
next summer. Although one six
weeks encampment will be required
of all those who enroll for the four-
year course, there is no compulsory
attendance at camp for those in the
two-year course.
Old men will be interested in the
changes that have been made in this
department of the University. Major
W. Shipman of the coast artillery
corps has been secured as assistant
professor of military science and tac-
tics. Major John P. Lucas, who was
in charge of the signal corps, has
been transferred to field artillery and
is now on duty at Camp Grant, Ill.
Earnest S. Shepard, '23E, and Claud
Russell, '23E, have also been appoint-
ed assistants in this department.

Beginning next Sunday, the maim
reading room and periodical reading
room of the University library will be
open Sundays from 2 to 9 o'clock.
In opening the library to the stu-
dents on Sundays, Librarian Bishol
hopes to relieve the uncomfortable
housing conditions prevalent in Am
Arbor and to satisfy the demand for
more educational and recreationa
reading.
A recent appropriation makes pos
sible the Sunday opening, and it is
the aim of the library staff to make
the library a place for cultural read
ing at that time. Special collection:
will be laid open to students and fac
ulty, and those wishing certain book
for Sunday reading in the library ma:
reserve them after 5 o'clock Satur
days.
The opening of the Farnsworth
reading room on Sundays throughou
last year drew forth large number
of students, anid it is the belief c
Librarian Bishop that the same re
sponse will show itself this fall.
HEALTH SERVICE OPENS WITH
SIX PHYSICIANS ON STAF
With a staff composed of six physi
cians, which is the largest since it
establishment, and with all work o
the new addition finally. completed
the University Health service opene
its doors last week well -prepared t
care for all students desiring medica
aid or advice.
There are now' six treatment room
five on the main floor for men and or
on the second floor for women, wit
separate doctors in attendance fc
each room.

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SCHAEBERLE & SONS

MUSIC HOUSE

invites all students musically inclined, to see
their complete stock of
PIANOS, PLAYER-PIANOS,
VICTOR VICTROLAS AND VICTOR RECORDS,
BUESCHER AND KING BAND INSTRUMENTS
AND SAXOPHONES,
MARTIN GUITARS AND MANDOLINS,
VIOLINS, BOWS, STRINGS AND ACCESSORIES.
Complete outfitters for the Student of Music and for the
Professional Musician.

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Prices and Goods Right

Down Town

110 S. Main St

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Bank District

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ALBERT JACOBS NAMED AS
RHODES SCHOLAR FOR 191
Albert C. Jacobs, '21, was one. of 64
students elected to the Rhodes schol-
arship to represent the United States
at the University oil Oxford in 1921.
The ordinary quota for the United
States is 32, but as the scholarship
was discontinued during the war the
number was doubled this year.

FALL

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OCTOBER

HICH CLASS BUT NOT
HIGH P ICE
Fall Models in High Grade Suits and
Overcoats now on Display
Knapp-Felt Hats
Merton Tweed Caps
Vasser Full-Fashioned Union Suits
Emery Shirts

S M T W T F S
1 2
3 4. 5 6 7 8 9
10 11'12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 26 27 28 29 30
30
MeIn: Last season's hats turn-
ed inside out, refinished and re-
blocked with all new trimmings
look just like_ new, wear just as
long and saves you five to ten
dollars. We do only high class
work. Factory Hat Store, 617
Packard St. Phone 1792.

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LLEANERS)
PRESSERS
Lx one 628.-,

Lutz

Clothing

Store
Opp. Mack & Co.

217 South Main Street

Ladies Pary Gowns a

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