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October 07, 1921 - Image 3

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-10-07

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ULN I bUUNbILMUI
ELECT NEW OFFICERS

Stand--

Class Elections Committee
Named At First Meeting

Also

LUNCH

Service and Right Prices

UNIVERSITY

At the regular meeting of the Stu-
dent 'council held Wednesday night
at the Union, the following officers
were elected for the coming year:
vice-president, George E. Gregory,
'22E; treasurer, John W. Ross, '231;
and recording secretary, Vernon F.
Hillery, '23. The corresponding sec-
retary will be elected at a later meet-
ing of the council.
Arrangements -for handling the
elections of officers of the various
classes were made and a committee
was appointed consisting of W. W.
Gower, '22, chairman; Edward F.
Moore, '22E, William M. Brown, '22D,
and Ralph O. Rychener, '22M. The
nominations of officers for the classes
will be made next Tuesday, Wednes-
day and Thursday in separate class
meetings and the election will be held
for all classes the following Friday,
Oct. 14, in rooms to be announced
later.
Plans for the pep meeting to be held
the Friday night preceding the' Ohio
State game were also brought up at
the meeting and a com i ttee was ap-
pointed to make final arrangements.
This committee consisted of 'Robert
F. Wieneke, '22, chairman; and Tohn
W. Ross,1'23E.
Chem Lab Dispensary is Reorganized
Designed to bring about more ef-
ficient operation, a reorganization of
the dispensary in the chemical labora-
tory has been inaugurated, according
to Prof. Edward D. Campbell, director
of the chemistry department.

Daniel D.Rankin
Dies AtHospital
Daniel D. Rankin of Shelby, Mich.,
representative from Oceana county in
the 1921 State legislature, died at the
University hospital Wednesday morn-
ing.
Mr. Rankin, who was a cousin of
Jeanette Rankin, one of the first wo-
men to be elected to Congress, was a
member of several important commit-
mittees during his service in the leg-
islature and was also associated with
many business enterprises. His sons,
Robert and Neil, are students in the,
University.
Because of the death of Mr. Rankin,
Lieut-Gov. Thomas Reed, '13L, was in
Ann Arbor. Mr. Reed also visited
President Marion L. Burton and as-
sured him of his support in aiding
the University.
W.A. AIembers
Make New Rules
Interest, "pep," and ten athletic
honor points are the essentials for
membership in the Women's Athletic
Association this year.
Many applicants have been turned
down because of this basis of closed
membership, but it will not prevent
anyone from working for -the required
number of points. Within a short
time there will be a booklet printed
Advanced
SECRETARIAL TRAINING
for Stenographers
MON. & THURS. EVENINGS
Hamilton Business. College

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Twenty-one years in famous kitchens-15 years a chef-
the record established by Mr. Henri V. Blaire, our new Fren
who has served at "The Idle Hour," St. Clair Flats, Michiga
Trout Club," Castillia, Ohio,-and the famous "Jones Mann:
chester, Mass. For years his luncheons, his dinners and hi
sandwiches have pleased discriminating people, and now
the policy established by the new management of Busy Bee
this service to you.
In addition we want the students of Michigan to know
are going to give you service-all we ask is your co-operal
us if you're not getting real food and real attention-and in
shall ask only a reasonable profit.

with a list of events for which honorj For th
points are given. Freshmen, especial- and unit
ly, are being urged to keep up their will be
enthusiasm until they can earn the and tak
required number of points and be wel- 5:30 o':
comed as members of the association. days in

."At the Sign of -the Flying

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,reat Big Reason Why
ny girls are down-hearted is
they don't have anything in
:omach to hold their heart up.

The Busy Bee

G. H. WOOD
{Harry).

Proprietors

P. W.

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TAILOREDAT FASHI ON PAT

The best way to hold your heart
up in the top of your chest is to
eat regularly at
Flower's Restaurant
615 EAST LIBERTY STREET

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CUSTOM SERVICE WITHOUT
THE ANNOYANCE OF A TRY-ON
READ Y-TO -PUVTI-PON
rrTIORED .AT FASHION PARK(

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OF PERFECT TA

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growers predict a scarcity of
ns. In order that you may be
ared of your mums for the M.

WHICH SLENDERIZES THE FIGURE

THE KAY-BAG TREATMENT AS DEVELOPED BY

OUR TAILORS

C. game

and enjoy our good

AT FASHION PARK ASSURES A SUIT OF CHARACTER

WHICH

vice, we suggest you place your

DEF'INES

TH E W AIS T WITHOUT INCURRING

DISCOMFORT.

early.

TIGHTER FITTING CLOTHES WHICH WILL HOLD THEIR SHAPE'

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ARE VERY CORRECT.

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U MAIZE BLOSSOM SHOP, INC.
NICKELS ARCADE

FORTY-FIVE DOLLARS
AND MORE

J.FVwiuertitC.

322 South Main Street

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. PACKARD ACADEMY
(UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT)
Every Friday and Saturday Night

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'cil

Chaperones designated by the
UNION ORCHESTRA Dean o Women
TICKETS ON SALE AT WAHR'S BOOK STORE AND THE DELTA

TICKETS

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