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E W ALUMNI BU
MAY BE ORGANIZED
In accordance with a request re-
ived recently by Mr. Wilfred B.
aw, secretary of the Alumni asso-
ation, from Boyd M. Compton, '16,
at the alumni of Dayton, 0., might
ganize a recognized alumni body,
copy of the constitution and regu-
tions of the Alumni association was
ailed to Mr. Compton, together with
letter authorizing the formation of
ch an organization.
Mr. Compton stated in his letter
at the alumni of the neighboring

towns of Troy, Piqua, Xenia, Eaton,
Miamisburg, and Springfield, 0.,
would very probably join the pro-
posed body.
Loan Scholarships to be Awaredd
President Marion L. Burton has
called a meeting of the committee to
award scholarship loans from the 1
loan fund for University women at 2
o'clock this afternoon. Sixteen girls
have applied for loans. These funds
consist of a number of loan funds,
the larger ones being that made b.
the State Federation of Women's
Clubs, the Jane Turner fund, and the
Dr. Florence Huson fund.

NEW CLASS ROOMS EASE
CRAMPED__CONDITIONS
MOREBTHAN 700 STUDENTS WILL
BE ACCOMMODATE D
j U HALL
Cramped conditions in three de-
partment buildings have been consid-
erably eased and steps are soon ex-
pected to be taken to relieve others,
according to Edward C. Pardon, su-
perintendent of buildings and
grounds.
More than 700 students may now
be accommodated in University hall
through the completion of six new
rooms. Excess space surrounding
the auditorium was utilized in mak-
ing the additional classrooms, which

was announced a year ago, requires
that every person entering the Dental
college must have at least thirty
hours of pre-Dental'work and will ac-
cept only those students who present
all of the specified entrance credits.
The dental clinic opens Monday,
Oct. 11, when dental examiiations
will be given from I to 3 o'ciock. At
this time necessary arrangements
may be made for dental work which
will be done , by students charging
only the approximate cost of the used
materials. All work is done by dent--
ists who have had at least one-halt
year's experience in dental practice,
each case being carefully supervised
by specialists and assistants.
The course in General Pathology,
previously in the Medical school, has
been included in the Dental course.
Dr. Warthin will have both the lee-!
ture and the laboratory section.

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T.HE BANK OF SERVICE
Commercial Banking in all its Branches.
Savings Department and Safety Deposit Vaults.
Exchange on All Parts of the World.
A. B. A. Travelers' Checks.
FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK

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330 So. State St., (Nickels Arcade)

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may hold groups ranging from 35 to
125 in number.
Lits Have Own Rooms
The construction of the new rooms
has eased the crowded conditions in
both the medical and chemistry build-
ings, where formerly literary stu-
dents held classes because of lack of
of rooms in buildings provided for'
their subjects. In utilizing the new
rooms in University hall, the space
previously occupied by the lit stu-
dents will be used now solely for
courses for which the buildings were
provided.
i Betsy Barbour house and the new
Nurses' home are nearing completion
and will soon be ready for actual oc-
cupation. The doors need yet to be
added to the structure and interior
work remains to be completed.
It is understood that no addition
will be made to the medical building,
as was first planned, as most of the
crowded conditions have been reme-
died by the construction of extra
class space in University hall.
Among other work undertaken by
the buildings and grounds depart-
ment has been the construction of
concrete sidewalks between the
Chemistry and Economics buildings.
A concrete approach has also been
placed in front of the Alumni Memo-
rial building.

COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE
INCREASE FIFTY PER CENT
With students still entering, the
College of Architecture to date shows
an increased enrollment of 50. per
cent over last year.
During the period of the war at-
tendance at architectural schools !
throughout the country fell off,-, for-
ter students enrolling in schools of]
Eingineering and Military training.'
The large enrollment at Michigan
this year is a direct outcome of the
close of the war, and the same con-
dition is prevalent in architectural
schools throughout the country.

Special attention is called
to Marad 20sin Tin Boxes

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Mrs. Fox was bragging one day about the large
number of her cubs.
"How many cubs do you bring into the world at
one time?" 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 MURAOS!
MURADS would be lower priced if we left out
all or part of the 1OO%, Turkish tobaccos of the pureft
and best varieties grown-or if we substituted inferior
grades of Turkish tobacco.
But they wouldn't beMURADS-they'donly be
Foxes!
"Judge for yourself-!"

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A wear-resisting
and water-proof felt
hat that will stand
the roughest usage
Fifth Avenue
HATS
DEALER'S NAME
AND ADDRESS

We have a Fine Line to Select From

made in

GOLF BACK COATS

To Increase Budget
Believing that the buildings on the
campus are now practically holding
their ,limit, Supt. Pardon expects to
increase his department's item in the
annual budget which will be filed
with the state legislature, in order
that facilities for larger class space
my be carried on next summer. The
superintendent has no figures avail-
able, at present at least, showing how
large the increase will be, but it is
understood that a substantial demand
over last year's amount will be asked
to keep pace with the growth in at-
tendance.
DENT SCHOOL HAS
400 ENROLLMENT
An enrollment of 400 students, 60
of whom are to graduate this year,
has filled the Dental school to ca-
pacity.
Dr. Bunting announces that the pri-
mary step has been taken in changing
the Dental course from a four to a
five-year course. Because of this ste,
many students have been compelled
to take up the pre-Dental course
given in the literary college.
The new five-year course, which

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aims to be of utmost service to all its depositors
It is the largest bank in the county and has grown to over
$5,000,000
resources in its more than a half century of existence.

CARE OF FUNDS

1. Two-thirds of the checking accounts of transients are
carried by us at an actual loss.
2. We ask you to help reduce this loss by drawing no small
checks. Come into the bank and draw enough cash to pay for
what you buy in a half dozen places instead of giving a check
for each purpose. A small check is one under $10.00.

3. Overdrafts are forbidden by law.
4. Your EARNEST CO-OPERATION will obviate our re-
verting to the custom of a monthly charge for carrying small
TRANSIENT ACCOUNTS.
THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS BANK.

We solicit your business.

Main Office, North West Corner of Main and Huron Streets
Branch Office, 707 North University Ave.

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