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WHAT'S GOING ON-

ditorium, Lane hall.
7:00-8:30-- Trouts

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Symphony
Music.

OCTOBER 6, 1921

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' the Faculty of the Colege of Literature, Science, and
that the faculty directory blanks, which will be found
senger boxes, be filled out and returned to the Dean's
,n Oct. 8. Additional blanks may be secured if needed.
JOHN R. EFFINGER, bean.
ideman
,oo bar will given a course of ten lectures on Michigan
except Saturdays at 5 p. m. in room C in the Law build-
re of the series occurred on Monday, Oct. 3. This course
students and others directly interested and especially
i by all intending to take the bar examinations in this
HENRY M. BATES, Dean.

THURSDAY
12:15-Unitarlan convention luncheon
in assembly hall, Union.
3:00-Meeting of men and women on
sales campaign for Michiganensian,
Press building.
4:15-Twilight organ recital, Hill au-
ditorium."
7:30-Meeting of Round-Up club at
Union.
7:30--Meeting of Wayfarers, room 304,
Union.
7:30--Gun and Blade club smoker,
reading room, Union.
Advanced
SECRETARIAL TRAINING
for Stenographers
MON. & THURS. EVENINGS
Hamilton Business College

orchestra,
FRIDAY
of University
of Polonia I

8:00-Meeting
S; :00--M4eeting

(Tn Iver sity - f r S e o r p e s
School of Do as others do, go down town to J.1' for Stenographers
F. Wuerth's for Lab. Coats, Dental MON. & THURS. EVEN
Coats, Walter's Coats, etc., and save Hamilton Business Co
4money; next to Wuerth Theater.-Adv.
Y club. Q1lI111111III [IfII lIlI I f IImIII It 1111IInItI-
Literary eir. =D George Mickle - j AUTO LIVE
Office hours daily by appoint- = 416 S. MAIN ST.
mnent Telephone 2526
Rm. 12, Ov-er Arcade Theatre PHONE 583
Methodist = 711 N. University Ave. l Withor Without Driv

le, Lane hall

SATURDAY
7:30-Informal party at

Michigan Boys} andGirls
WE ASSURE YOU A CORDIAL
WELCOME AND THE QUALITY
}OF SERVICE ATTAINED THRU
U50 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
{ aWAHR'S University BOG

sections meet as follows:
M. 11, A-L............Room 110, Library.
M. 11, M-Z ...............206 U.H.
M. 1.......................301 M. H.
M. 3 .....................-110 Library
Tu. 9....................110 Library
Tu. 10 .......................110 Library
Tu. 1....................110 Library
W. 1 ...... .. ........301 M. H.
Th. 9 ......... .............4110 Library
Th. 10..........................110 Library
Th. 1...............110 Library
Th. 2 ................ .110 Library
F. 9......................110 Library
F. 10 ......... .110 Library
F. 11.................. ..110 Library
F. 1............. ... 301 M. H.
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present Sheridan's comedy, "The School for Scandal," on
0. Members of the Players Club who wish to be considered for
play may consult with me on Oct. 5, 6, or 7 at 4 o'clock in my
south end of the stage in the Auditorium of University Hall.
R. D. T. HOLLISTER.

Home ,Cooked
CAKES
PIES
NUT BREAD
MEAT DISHES
SPECIAL-
NOON LUNCHES
SUNDAY SUPPERS'
DANCE SUPPERS
BLIGHTY
709 N. University

MEET HAGEN AND

DRESS WELL FOR LESS!

HATS

CAPS

SOX

SWEATERS

WALK

VAN H EUSEN COLLARS BELTS
GLOVES SHEEP-LINED COATS

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O'COATS

SUITS SHOES

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vhether they are members of the campus Gun
most cordially invited to the "Get-Together
)et. 6, in the Reading room of the Michigan
usiness meeting but an opportunity for us all
WILFRID HOCKING, President.

H. 'J. HALGEN .-
OUT-OF-THE-HIGH-RENT-DISTRICT
213-215 SOUTH ASHLEY STREET

ins of Sociology 28 are arranged at following hours: Thurs-
y* at 9, 10,11. Thursday section cannot meet this week, but
s will meet and members of course will consult Sociology
for their sections. These-sections will be posted by Thurs-
6. A. E. WOOD.
eral Surrey of English Literature:
s "in the course who have not yet been officially assigned to
l consult me Thursday, Oct. 6, in, room 206 U. H., between
:J. . CAMPBELL.
tnent:
h department will have its monthly luncheon at the Michi-
12:10 on Thursday, Oct. 6.
SAMUEL MOORE.

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WIomen
r panhellenic delegates will
t4:15 o'clock tl s afternoon
a Tau Alpha house.
practice for class teams
"d as follows: Juniors and
4 o'clock on Mondays and
ys; sophomores at 3 o'clock
sdays, beginning Oct. 12;
at 5 o'clock Mondays begin-
10. Upperclassmen have al-
in practice.
ers for general Y. W. C. A.
for selling chocolate bars in
are asked to sign up at New-
who are interested in social
ork at the Homoeopathic
re requested to sign up for
berry hall.
nen's Athletic association
meet at 4:30 p'clock Thurs-
oon in Barbour gymnasium.

to 5 o'clock Thursday afternoon
Helen Newberry residence.

AtI

Auspices of the University Oratorical Association

WOMEN HAVE USE
OF Y. M C. A. POOL
Swimming classes for University
women under the 'auspices of. the
student Y. W. C A. started*Monday
at. the city Y. M. C. A. Lessons un-
der the instruction of Miss Hazel
Hovey will be include in the fee of $4
for four months.
Afternoon classes will be held from
3:30 to 4:30 o'clock Mondays and
Thursdays, with provision for an ex-
tension of time to 5:30 o'clock in
case a sufficiently large number of
women sign up. Evening classes will
be held from 8 to 9 o'clock Tuesday
and Friday.
Women are required to wear cot-
ton, mercerized, or, silk suits; and a
physical' examination is necessary for
entrance into the class. Application
cards may be obtained from 2 to 5
o'clock any afternoon at Newberry
hal.
WOMEN'S LEAGUE FRESHMAN
SOCIAL COMMITTEE ELECTED

OCT. 28-JOHN SPARGO, author, ,journalist, lecturer. Subject: "T he
Struggle Between Bolshevism and Democracy in Russia."
NOV. 18-CHARLES RANN KENNEDY, playwright, actor, and EDITH
WYNNE MATTHISON (Mrs. Kennedy), leading lady with
Henry Irving. Scenes together from the drama.
NOV. 26-THEODORE E. BURTON, ex-senator, now. congressman, Ohio.
. Subject: "Our Foreign Policy" (with a discussion of the Confer-
ence for the Limitation of Armaments).
DEC. 1-PROF..S. H. CLARK, University of Chicago. Reading of John
Drinkwater's play, "Abraham Lincoln."
DEC. 9-EX-GOV. CHARLES S. WH ITMAN, Of New Y rk. Subject: "Ad-
ministration of Criminal Justice."
JAN. 7,-JUDGE BEN LINDSEY, of Denver. Subject: "Why Kids Lie."
JAN. 28-SIR PHILLIP GIBBS, of London, author, journalist. Subject:
"The Social Revolution in England."
j (3
FEB. 16--ARRY FRANCK, author, traveler. Subject: 'Oriental South
America." (illustrated.)
FEB. 24-IRVIN S. COBB, humorist,' journalist, author. Subject: "Home
Folks."

ishing to take part in the
ournament should sign on
board in Barbour gymnas-
5 o'clock.Friday, Oct. 7..
es who left gymnasium
ieir lockers last year and
t claimed them should see
,urn by 4 o'clock, Friday,
students specializing in
ication will meet at 5
eday in the office of Barr-
ilum.
Lo wish to teach English,
bish, citizenship, and danc-'
ty Y. W. C. A. one night
asked to call immediatelyf
* W. C. A. or at Newberry

Members of the freshman social
committee of the* Women's league
were elected at their meeting Monday
afternoon as follows: Katherine
Blackburn, chairman; Alma Crouse,
Helen Griswold, Margaret Hayes,
Grace Hall, Margaret Sidney, Joan
Holbrook, Helen Brown, Gladys Trow-
bridge, Elizabeth Drake, Geraldine
Truscott, Eleanor Putnam, Alice Pow-
ell, Helen Brace, Martha Miller, and
Virginia McVey. All social activities
of the freshman women will. be in
charge of this committee.
Physical Education Staff Increased
Two new instructors, Miss Charlotte
MacEwan, a graduate of the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin, and Miss Emily Case,
a Wellesley graduate, have been added
to the women'' physical education de-
partment this year. -
Pictures and frames of Good Taste
and Refinement at De Fries Art Store.

The last date is to be filled by some distinguished public man. Maximilian Harden, the prominent German <
who opposed war with the Allies; J. J. Jusserand, French Ambassador to the United States; Herbert Hoover, Secr
of Commerce, and Gen. John J. Pershing are among the possibilities.
Tickets at Graham's (both stores), Wahr's (both stores), Slaters, Thursday, October 13th. General season ticket, $
Reserved section (Main Floor and first 8 rows in Balcony) $3.00.

juniors,I

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