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FICIA L BULLETIN
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1921
Ip in Colloid Chemistry:
Acme White Lead and Color Works have recently renewed their
p (value $750.00), with the request that the investigation be along
if colloid chemistry. The holder of this fellowship must have had
undation courses in chemistry, including Physical Chemistry. Any-,
ested in this.Fellowship should consult with the undersigned.
F. E. BARTELL.
dent Marion L. Burton will speak at the first meeting of the year,
ct. 7, at 8 p. m. The meeting is for members of the Club, who are
bring as their guests new members of the faculties.
FRANK E. ROBBINS, Secretary.
s to present Sheridan's'-comedy, "The School for Scandal," on
nd 30. Members of the Players Club who wish to be considered for
this play may consult with me on Oct. 5, 6, or 7 at 4 o'clock in my
the south end of the stage in the Auditorium of University Hall.
R. D. T. HOLLISTER.
Attendance Committee for women will meet throughout the year
Sys and Thursdays from.Ir to 12:15 a. m., beginning with M1onday,
LO. MYRA B. JORDAN, Dean of Women.
OIRI1N ORDERS STOP TO
AUTO LIGHTING LAXNESS
"Parking of automobiles without
lights on public highways at night
must stop," says Thomas O'Brien,
Ann Arbor chief of police. This state-
ment is made by Qhief O'Brien as a
result of the continued violations of
the city ordinance which provides that
automobiles parked at night ion all
public highways, except those boule-
vards on which there are clustered
street lamps, must be lighted by three
lamps, two in front and one in the
Tryouts for the business side
of The Michigan Daily may apply
between 2 and 4 o'clock any aft-
ernoon this week. First semester
freshmen are not eligible.
There will be a meeting of all
men interested in soccer Fri-
day evening at 7:30 o'clock at
Being a customer is the only quali-
fication necessary for you to see the
Wisconsin game at our expense. Ar-
cade Barber Shop.-Adv.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.
Michigan Boys an Girls
WE ASSURE YOU A CORDIAL
WELCOME AND THE QUALITY
OF SERVICE ATTAINED THRU
50 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE
SECRETARIAL TRAINING I
MON. & THURS. EVENINGS
Hamilton Business College
R the student or prof.,
th superb VENUS out
rivals all for perfect pencil
work. 17 black degrees and
JOE PARKER'S is in the pleasant memory of many alumni and
former students who knew Joe's place of yore.
The Chamber of Commerce Inn (formerly Joe's or Catalpa Inn)
Is fast endearing itself to the present generation of students by the
excellence of the Dining Room and Grill Service. Try our Sunday
Luncheon-12 to 2 P. M. A la Carte Service Evenings-5:30 to 8
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE INN
CORNER ANN AND FOURTH PHONE 46
Saturda y Spcia
OAK OHIFFONIERS, WITH PLATE MIRRORS
WHILE THEY LAST
THE ST. CLAIR SHOP
PHONE 454 309-311 NORTH 4TH AVE.
rom The Other Colleges
larrggsrt sstt3 sg
in the world.
adiana university expect
rivate car to attend the
Yard, Oct. 17. '-The fare
,bout $100. -
niovel method of enticing the maz-
from the pocketbooks of the ver-
freshmen vas adopted by sopho-
as ht, the University of Rochester.
"Alumni Register," as it was call-
attracted much coin of the realm
was worked something like this:
the entrance to the Eastman
ding a "committee" held open ses-
For the sum of 50 cents or more,
metamorphosed high school. stu-
s were given the sacred privilege
igning the "Alumni* Register,"
reby their name would receive the
nction of appearing in the college
WHAT'S GOING ON.
-Ann Arbor Bible chair, class in
urse IV, Upper room, Lane hall.
-Engineering- honor committee
ets in Engineering society rooms.
-Soccer meeting at Union. Elec.
n of officers.
-St. Paul's Young People's soi-
r get-to-gether, club rooms, 420
est Liberty street.
-Meeting of University club.
-Meeting of Polonia Literary cir.
-Informal party at Metho'ist
urch under direction of Wesleyan
ild. Everyone invited.
-Craftsmen's club meets at Ma.
-Men and Women Cosmopolitan
L1bs hold joint social at Lane hall.
reign students invited.
-Party, Unitarian church parlols.
D A. M.--Prof. Henry Wilder, Har.
rd Divinity school, speaks at Uni-
Ian church. t
-Young people's social in Unitar.
i church parlors. Supper at nom-
catalogue for the whole year. The an-
cient ceremony was completed with
the ease and satisfaction which has
,accompanied similar operations in the
last few decades, the sophs tenderely
extracting the Junior t+artwheels from'
the open-mouthed darlings as theyap-
proached the monstrous portals.
Ohio State basket tossers will have
a new mentor this year, W\. S. (Bill)
R. G. Hills of Pottstown, Pa., one
of the greatest schoolboy weight
throwers ever' known and a member
of th United States Olympic team
which invaded Antwerp, has entered
Massachusetts Institute of Technolo-
gy. Hill was chosen for the All-
American scholastic track team by F.
W. Rubien, secretary of the A. A U.
He has tossed the 16-lb. shot 46 feet
and the hammer more than 180 feet.
Hill enters Tech 'at ,an opportune
time as Geo'rge*Dandrow, the Tech
weight man and captain-elect, will not
be able to compete according to fac-
Co-eds at Oregon Agricultural col-
lege. have been requested to wear
dinner dresses to dances instead of
evening gowns. "The fact that suc}
a large number of students are paying
their own way makes this custom de-
sirable," says Mary A. Wolfe, dean of
BALTIMORE AND WHITE
ISOX, WIN SERIES GAMES
(By Associated Press)
Chicago, Oct. 6.-The White Sox of
the American league , gave their riv-
als a second beating in the series to
decide the city championship, by win-
ning 8 to 5, but in doing so probably
lost the services of Urban Faber,
their pitching ace, for the remainder
of the series. Faber, in fielding Bar-
ber's grounder, tufned on his knee
as be retired the batter an& had to
be assisted off the field.
Louisville, Ky., Oct. 6.-With Jack
Ogden, premier hurler of the Interna-
tional 4eague, pitching a masterly
game, Baltimore evened up the series
with Louisville, champions of the
American association, in the second
game of the Junior World series to-
day. The score was 2 to 1. Ogden,
who equalled the International league
record by winning 32 games this sea-
son, was opposed by Ben Tincup, the
Indian pitcher, who went through the
American association without a de-
WOUNDED EX-SEALICE MEN
ROLD SMOER AT UNION
WILL BE INTERESTED IN THE OCTOBER ISSUE''OF
THE; OPEN RODA'
REPAiRlNG AND REMODELING
which contains the article-
"Some Football Leaders of 1921"
The Captains of West Virginia, Harvard, Yale,, Princeton, Corne
Penn State, Ohio State, Notre Dame, Michigan, Chicago, Centreni
Illinois, the prospects of their teams, with photographs.
You will also enjoy
The vigorous short stories and absorbing articles.
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When you are late in the morning
and want something to eat in a hurry
ata reasonable price the best place in
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Style and everythineg
sor Frayer speaks.;
that goes with it
B FOR UNION OPERA
NOT YET DECIDED UPON'
book for the 1921 Union opera
decided upon by the executive
aittee at its meeting yesterday in
anion The five book; that have
presented were given out to the;
bers for further consideration
action will be taken Uponthem
e the end of the week.
F. BRUM[ GIVES ADDRESS
r_ WEEKLY MONOPUS MEETING
f. John A. Brumm' of the rhetoric
tment, was the chief speaker at
reekly dinner and business meet-
f the Conopus club held last night
om 318 or the Union. His sub-
vas a humorous discussion "Chas-
Health Service Pharmacy Head
H. A. Whitney has been recent-
aced in charge of- the Health
ce pharmacyin the Natural Sci-
Anything will do to, eat-
but when you are thirsty
there is only one place to
sure you get style, when you huy
asuit-bud don't overlook tailor
ing andi Fabrics., Without hand tailor.
ing and the right A wool Fabrics, the
style willnot last
You are sure of good style-and
you come here-
0f ff ~arb~hit
In the first meeting of this semes.
ter, a smoker. was held last night in
the reading room of the Union by Gun
and .Blade, an organization made up
of wounded ex-service men, who are
attending the University of Michigan
as wards of the federal board.
. Following an introductory talk by
Wilfrid Hocking, 024E, president of
the Gun and Blade club, Dr. F. - B.
Wahr, of the German department, and
councilor of the federal board in Ann
Arbor, spoke briefly on thepurpose
of the club.
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