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THIGAN DAILY

THE

Main Addition Ready Soon. according to the Buildings and Grounds
department. This addition will ac-
The addition to the Medical school, commodate about 80 students and will
ow being constructed in the court, include a. dissecting and a bacteriologi-
hould be completed by next semester, cal laboratory.
ESTABLISHED 188
MADI5 4 V-1/7 CC. T4 FOUFTh STREET
Telephone Murray Hill 88oo-
Our Representative will be at the
HOTEL STATLER, DETROIT
MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY
NOVEMB: R 22, 23, 24 & 25
with Winter Styles in Ready-made Garments, for Dress, Travel
and Sporting Wear
Furnishings, Hats and Shoes
Send for "Clothes and the Hour"
OSTO N NEWPORT
TREMONTCOR. BOYLSTON 220 BELLEVU E AVENUE
Possibly you would have bought a
LEA THER COA T before this had the
prices been within your reach
HERE IS YOUR CHANCE
$80.00 Reversible, Wool-Lined, New Price ....$58.00
$75.00 Reversible, Wool-Lined, New Price......$55.00
45.00 Reversible, Wool-Lined, New Price.....$3&.00
These coats are all REAL NAPA Leather
in Black andDark Brown Colors
BThey won't last long at these prices
BETTER SECURE ONE NOW
TINKER & COMPANY
S. State St. at William St.

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Old Union Holds
Center of Stage

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Shuter's "Works ihop Players Com-
pany" is introducel to the campus. It
used to be known as the stagecraft{
course. And instead of meeting in
the Union, the clas.es now assemble
in the "Workshop." better known per-
haps as the old LTncn.
Three groups compose the "Work-
;.hop Players Company," the class
AtiJying and practicing sta-le Jancj
mg, those who are taking play writing,
and those who ar A learning the tech-
nique of acting. To help all who in-
tend to try out for the Union opera,
E. Mortimer Shuter is giving the
courses upon his own initiative.
With an'enrollment of 40, the stage
dancing class had its first meeting
Monday evening. Hereafter the dan-
cers will meet at 8 o'clock Thursday
evening in the "Workshop.",
Clyde Fitch's "The Truth" will e
studied at the meeting of the class in
stage acting when the first practice
in acting is held tonight. Students
are evincing much interest in this
course, according to Mr. Shuter.
The play writing class meets on
Thursday and studies the technique of
play production.
FELLOWSHIP OFFERED TO STUDY
HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLE PLANT
A research fellowship with a com-
pensation of $1200 per year is being
offered by the Hawaiian Pineapple
Packers' association through the uni-
versity of Hawaii. The purpose of the
fellowship is to encourage investiga-
tion in the physiology and pathology
of the pineapple plant.
The work requires a knowledge of
plant physiology, physiological chem-
istry, and plant pathology. The ap-
pointment will be made for one year,
subject to renewal for a period not
to exceed three years in all, while the
holder of the fellowship will work un-
der the directions of the University
faculty.
For live progressive up-to-date ad-
vertising use The Michigan Daily.-
Adv.
Patronize Daily advertisers.-Ad

LIBRARY OFFERS
S UNDAY READING
In order to provide recreational
reading for students on Sundays the
Library is placing interesting books
on different topics in the main reading
room which may be drawn out for
home use.
Books on such topics as the Orient,
South Seas, the community drama and
the little theater :have been displayed.
This Sunday books on contemporary
fiction, essays, and poems will be
available. "The Great Hunger" by
Bojer, "The Tale of Three Hemis-
pheres" by Lord Dunsany, "The Crock
of Gold" by James Stevens, and "White
Shadows of the South Seas" by O'Brien
are representative of the collection
to be shown.
More than, 50 books on each topic
are placed on one of the tables in the
main reading room from which the
student may take his choice. The

books may be drawn out for one to
two weeks.
In the periodical room there will
also be on display this Sunday vari-
ous literary reviews such as the Lon-
don Mercury, The Dial, Yale Review,
and The English Review.
The main reading room and the pe-
riodical room only are open on Sun-
days from 2 to 9 o'clock.
Congressman to Resume Cartooning.
Fargo, N. D., Nov. 18.-John M. Baer
who cartooned his way into congress"
with Nonpartisan League suport from
the first North Dakota district in 1917,
has announced that he will return to
cartooning and publicity work when
his term expires.,

MEET PICTURES WANTED
Anyone having pictures of the
interscholastic track meet last
spring is asked to call Robert
Sage, '22, at 1460. These are
urgently wanted for publication.
Will Curtail Upstate Lumbering
Houghton, Mich., Nov. 19.-Logging
operations in this section will be con-
siderably curtailed this winter, ac-
cording to contractors. Labor is plen-
tiful, in fact theer is an oversupply,
but conditions in the lumber market
are not conductive to an extensive
timber output.

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lavish fashion the good and evil of the
Underworld.
At last the most popular of Stars ap-
pears in a Special Production so En-
grossing, Magnificent and Powerful as
to completely overshadow anything in
her career
Norma Talnadge
and a superlative cast in her
New Sensation
The Branded
Woman"
STARTING A THREE DAYS'
ENGAGEMENT AT
The Arcade Theatre
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YOUR LAST CHANCE to remove articles from the lock-
ers at Saunders' Canoe Livery.
We will be here from 10 A. M. to 5 P. M. every day until
Monday evening, November 22.
After that date it will be impossible to get into the lockers
until April 1, 1921.
We will positively refuse to admit anyone to the Private Canoe
Sheds until April 1, 1921.

The Choice Parts
of Choice Leaves

Notice: Private Canoe Owners

A large and select
which to choose,

SAUNDERS' CANOE LIVERY

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experts.
The tough stens, or midribs, are
removed, leaving only the tender parts
of the leaf.
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delightful taste, for they possess the
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