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romen will meet throughout the year
o 12:15 a. m., beginning with Monday,
[YRA B. JORDAN, Dean of Women.
e Arts, Spanish Courses:
04 U. H., will meet in room 216 N. S.
304 U. H., will m'eet in room 173 N. S.

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sequent mushy condition of the field,l
and there ran tnem through a light
signal practice. The squad is in good
physical condition and should be ready
to meet whatever opposition the Case
"pik-8kin toters" can offer. If the
Scientists live up to their reputation
of being game fighters, a good, scrap-
py exhibition of football will reward
the large number oftstudents and
alumni that is expected" to turn out
for the contest. The game will start
at 3 o'clock Ann Arbor time, rain or
shine. Students will be admitted on
display of their athletic books, cou-
Pon number two, to be signed.
Officials for the game will be: Wal-
ter Kennedy, Chicago, referee; Ernest
Verwiebe, Harvard, umpire; and
Lloyd Olds, Ypsilanti, head linesman.
WANTED-1,000 freshmen. Arcade
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Engineers and Architects Materials. White
Agency. Stationery, Fountain Pens, Loose Le

Lg of the Oratorical Board Monday, Oct. 10, at
0. W. RUSH, President.
p in Masques will be held in Sarah Caswell An-
Monday, Oct. 10, for Freshmen, Tuesday and
2, for upperclassmen. All candidates are re-
ther to recite or to read some selection of their
J. RALEIGH NELSON.
in and the Periodical room, only, are open on
n. Books desired for Sunday use, which are or-
arts of the building, will be put on reserve in
day evening upon a personal request presented
oks are 'usually drawn.
F. L. D. GOODRICH, Associate Librarian.

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SATURDAY
3:00-case vs. MIChigan on Ferry
field.
7:00-Upper Room Bible class, Upper
room, Lane hall.
7:30-Informal party at Methodist*
church under direction of Wesleyan
guild. Everyone invited.
7:30-Craftsmen's club meets at Ma-
sonic temple.
8:00-Men and Women Cosmopolitan
clubs hold joint social at Lane hall.
Foreign students invited.
8:00-Party, Unitarian church parlors.1
SUNDAY
9 :30-University Men's Bible class,
'Upper room, Lane hall.
10:40 A. l.-Prof. Henry Wilder, Har-
vard Divinity school, speaks at Uni-
tarian church.
2 :00-Uversty 'Men's Discussion'
class at Christian church.
4:30-Student Volunteers meet in
Lane hall. Volunteers from other
colleges especially welcome.
5:45-Young people's social in Unitar-
ian church parlors. Supper at nom-
inal charge.
6:00-Supper for. Episcopal students,;
Harris -hall.
6:30-Congregational Student's forum.
Professor Frayer speaks.
MONDAY
7:30-Executive committee of Com-
merce club meets in room 304, Un-
ion.
U-NOTICES
All first year men who have not had
their physical examination and re-
ceived a measurement chart should
report to Dr. May at once at Water-
man gymnasium. Gym lockers
should be secured immediately.
REVISIONS MADE
IN POINT SYSTEM

THERE'S A DEAL OF
KNOWLEDGE IN BOOKS'
-and far from the least of these, as every successful
person knows, is the bank book.
Acquire the bank book habit and you will succeed.
Pay it by check, it is the easiest and safest way.
FARMERS & MECHANICS BANK
101-105 South Main Street. 330 South State Street
(Nickels Arcade).

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Do you remember how particular your mother used to be
to keep you clean when you were a youngster? That is just
how particular we are about your butter, cheese, milk, and
cream.
THE ANN;ARBOR DAIRY 'CO.
THE HOME OF-PURE MILK
Telephone 423
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The Remington Portable is
standard in every feature com-
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Among itsother standard fea-
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lock, back spacer key, two color
ribbon mechanism variable ne
spacer, adjustable marginal,
stops and standard type faces.
The Remington Portable has
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OFFICE OUTFITTERS
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the Important changes in the' honor
x the point system which has been in effect
d the in connection with the activities of the
rices Women's Athletic association were
cu made at a meeting of the women's
;ation athletic board on Thursday afternoon.
The changes have been made in ac-
cordance with a new ruling of the Na-
tional Women's Athletic association,
which endeavors to standardize the
P'EEK work at all colleges so that women
transferring from one college to an-
rz the other may transfer their honor points
unced as well and receive credit for work,
been no matter: where it is done.
ector The whole system of grading apd
s E. -counting the honor points has merely
b. been raised from a basis of one to one
f the hundred, so that activities which have
t be heretofore received one honor point
an be will now be given 100. The whole list
con- has been revised in accordance with
mem- this ruling, so that the amount of
bas- work necessary for a certain require-
or an ment has not been changed in any
d ne- case, but the scale of marking has
certs been multiplied by 100. This means
that in order to win a sweater, a girlj
must win a total of 1,000 honor points,!
;e instead of 100, as formerly, but the
foot- amount of work which she does to
esity, win them will be the same.
vard Anyone wishing information in rc-
rtant gard to the work, or wishing to learn
ason, the requirements for honor points in
y, a the various sports and phases of the
said gymnasium work, may inquire at the

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