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STUDENTS LUNCH
409 EAST JEFERS0N

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8:80 p. U. (11:80 a.. LSatmrdays.)

TODAY

Y, APRIL 4, 1922

Number 186

iterature, Science, and the Arts, Administrative Board:
ill be a meeting of the Administrative Board in my office Tues-
at 4:10p.m.
JOHN R. EFFINGER.
Engineering anI Architecture:
in class rooms of Sections in Modern Languages which have
g in Rooms 1, 21 and 31 Old Engineering building:
1. Sec. 1. M., T., Th., F., 8, Room 1, Mr. Gaiss will meet in
2. Sec: 1. M., T., Th., F., 9, Room 1, Mr. Britton will meet in
im 1 to arrange for different hours.
4 Sec. S. M., T., Th., F., 10, Room 1, Mr Britton will meet in
4.Sec. 1. M., T., Th., F., 11, Room 1, Prof. Walt will meet in
3. Sec, 3. M., T., Th., F., 1, Room 1, Mr. Jobin will meet in
3. Sec. 1. M., T., Th., F., 2, Room 1, Prof. Wait will meet
. .
4. Sec. 7. M, T, Th, F., 3, Room 1, Prof. Wait will meet in
4. Sec. 1. M., T., Th., F., 8, Room 21, Mr. Jobin will meet in
1. Sec. 1. M., T., Th., F., 9, Room 21, Mr. Luzunaris will meet
Room 3 to arrange for different hours.
3. Sec. 2. M., T., Th., F., 10, Room 21, Mr. Anderson will meet
4. Sec. 2. M., T., Th., F., 1, Room 21, Asst. Prof. Albaladejo
iRoom 340.
3. Sec. 2. M., T., Th., F., 2, 'Room 21, Asst. Prof. Albaladejo
i Room 336.
1. Sec. 2. M, T, Th., F., 3, Room 21, Mr. Jobin will meet in
4 Sec. 5. M., T., Th., F., 1, Room 31, Mr. McGuire will meet in
2. Sec. 3. M., T., Th-., F., 2, Room 31, Mr. McGuire will meet in
3. Sec. 4. M, T., Tb., F., 3, Room 31, Mr. McGuire will meet in
A. 0. LEE.
About Nothing":
c recital of "Much Ado About Nothing" will be given by the
hakespearean Reading, Tuesday, April 4, 8 p. m., in the Auditor-
ersity Hall. Admission free.
LOUIS EICH.

TUESDAY
10:00Glee club, instrumental sec-
tion, plays in Pattengill auditorium,
4nn Arbor high school.
5:00-Chies business staff meets in
Press building.
7:00-Institute of Religious Education
will meet in Lane hall.
7:15-Cleveland club will meet In
room 302 of Union.
7:15-Glee club, instrumental section,
rehearsal in room 308 of Union.
7:80-Youngstown club meets at Un-
ion.
7:30-Boxing club will meet in Union.
8:00-Acolyte meeting will be held in
room 106, Mason hall..
8:00-Commerce club lecture, "The
Income Tax," in Physics building
lecture room.
8:O-"Much Ado About Nothing" at
Hill auditorium.
WEDNESDAY
4:10-Law students study Mosaic law
in Upper room, Lane hall.
4:30--Open house at Harris ball.
7:00-Pennsylvania clubi meets .In
room 205 of Union. 1 .
7:30-Bay City cub meets at Uion.
7:0-Pool drve mass meeting in as.
sembly- hall of Union.
7:30-Student council meets at Un-
ion.i ,
7:30hi Tan club meets at Union.
7:30--Round-Up club meets a Union.
Short business ,meeting.
8:15-arl Sandburg lectures at Hill
auditorium.
U-NOTICES
Senior lit canes that were ordered be-
'fore ,March 17 are now at Wagner
and company's. Those who have
not ordered theirs as yet should do
so before spring vacation.
All those whose applications for tick-
ets to the Military ball have been
accepted and who have not already
called for the tickets may get them
any time from W. R. MCloy, '22,
at 803 South State street.
All members of the Glee club instru-
mental section are requested to be
present with instruments to play be-
fore the Ann Arbor high school in
Pattengill auditorium at 10 o'clock
this morning.
21 ORGANIZATIONS ASKED
TO READ 'ENSIAN PROOF
The following organizations have
not reported at the Michiganensian of-
flee to read their proof. Unless a rep-
resentativereports at the office before
5 o'clock today, the Michiganensan
will not assume any responsibility for
mistakes.
Phi Lambda Upsilon, Whimsies,
Barristers, Web and Flange, Galens,
Quarterdeck, La Sociedad Hispanica,
Commerce club, Dental society, Box-
ing club, Students' Christian associa-
tion, R. 0. T. C., Gun and Blade, V.
F. W., Saginaw club , Cleveland club
Forestry club, Les Voyageurs, West-
erners, Nippon club, Pennsylvania
club.
TICKETS FOR OPENING BAND
CONCERT GO ON SALE TODAY
Tickets for the opening concert of
the spring tour'of the Univesity band
will go on sale today at Graham's,
Wahr's, and: Slater's bookstores and
ati Grinnell Brothers and Tices' drug
store on Main street. There will be
a general sale at the Union Wednes-
day and Thursday. The women may
buy their tickets from the Women's
league committee which is handling
the sale of them. No tickets will be
sold on the campus.

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TILL 118400 P. M

If it is warm

ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS
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For Pleasure!

You will want a Kodak
film to take with you this

afternoon.

Of course you

will want us to develop it,
too.

If it is cold

a box of Whitman's Candy
will add to your enjoyment.

YOU'LL
SAY
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THE
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OF
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WEEK!

CECIL B.
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Faculty Meeting:
important meeting April 4 at 4:10 p. m.'in Room 212
C. H. STOCKING.
in their possession books drawn from the University
bat all such books are due Monday, April 3, on account
ng vacation.
WM. W. BISHOP, Librarian.

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G E N EROUS CUT in price of
Michigan Memory Books
Banners, Pennants, billows, etc.

no meeting of the society this month.
H. R. SNOW, Secretary.
Society, U. of M. Section:
ng. of the local section ,will be held today, Tuesday, April
oom 303 of the Chemistry building.
therill will give a paper on "The Atomic Weight of Sill-

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are invited to attend.

C. C. MELOCHE, Secretary.

IE THEAT
OF THE MICHIGAN UNION

The regular monthly luncheon of the Romance Club will be held Wed-
day, April 5, Rooms 319-21 of the Michigan Union at 12:15 o'clock.
A. G. CA'NFIELD.
nomies 33: Foreign Trade:
There will be a lecture in this course Tuesday, April 4, at 9 o'clock,
an 101, Economics building. C. E. GRIFFIN.
dents in Engineering and Architecture:
The supplementary examinations for removal of conditions and incom-
tes will be held in April after the Spring Vacation. The schedule of
es for the ,different subjects is posted in the corridors of the Engineer-
building. L. A. HOPKINS, Secretary.
rsics Colloquium:
The Physics Colloquim will meet in Room 202 Physics building at 4:15
n. on Tuesday, April 4. Mr. P. H. Geiger will speak on "Spectrophoto-
:trical Effects in Argentite". ' All interested are cordially invited to at-
d1. R. A. SAWYER.
men's Research Club: .
The April meeting of the Women's Research Club will be held in Room'
31, Nat. Sci. building, Tuesday, April 4, at 7:30 p. m. Speakers: -
U. Elizabeth Wood, Aesthetics and Anaesthetics of Modern Poetry.
Ruth H. Hayes, The Significance of Syn'izesis in Lilium superbum.
ORMA F. BUTLER, Secretary.
lytes:
Regular meeting of the Acolytes will be held Tuesday; April 4, at 8 p.
in 106 Mason Hall. Professor Pillsbury will speak.
A. C. BENJAMIN.
0. T. C.:
Meeting Thursday 7:15 p. m. at the Union. Room will be. announced
Bulletin Board. ROBERT ARTHUR,
Major, C. A. C.
yers, Club:
"The Maker of Dreams" will be presented this evening at 8 p. m. in
ah Caswell Angell Hall. Public admitted free. Important business meet-
after the play. Every member is expected to attend.
ROBERT RITTER.
1 New England Gardens":
"Old New England Gardens" is the title of a lecture of unusual interest
e given by Mr. Loring Underwood of Boston at 8 o'clock, Thursday, April
a Memorial Hall. The lecture is under the auspices of the department of
dscape Design. AUBREY BALDI.

TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
SHVnd: 2
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CHIMES SHORT STORY
CONTEST
All manuscripts to be submit-
ted to Chimes short story con-
test must be at Chimes office,
Michigan Union, before midnight
tomorrow.

Menu-monotony is a prevalent disease
at spring time and is best guarded
against by eating at the Arcade Cafe-
teria. Menus changed every day. -
Adv.

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*HAIROLID LLOYD
Among Those
Present
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BASE BALL

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OUTLINES PLAN OF
LNG PROGRAM. IN TALK1

Dean Mortimer E. Cooley of the col-
leges of engineering and architecture,
who was compelled to cancel his en-
gagement as he was unexpectedly
called to Chicago.

GET iINTO
THE CAME
SPALDING
EQUIPMENT

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.ctures. across East University
iue from the present engineering
ding; education, south of South
rersity avenue between Haven and
L University avenues; physics, on
site of the present R. 0. T. C. of-
and medicine, across East Uni
ity avenue from the present inedi-
building.
hile not uniform, the new struct-
will harmonize in style with the
er buildings now on the campus,

EDISON COMPANY REPAIRS 4
BROKEN STREET LIGHTS
Street light throughout the city
were kept burning yesterday after-
noon while the Edison company was
testing the various circuits in and
about the city. Although the electric
light poles were not disturbed by the
storm Thursday and Friday, because;
of the small loads of wire which they
were carrying, a great many arc lights
were put out of commission.

OVDIS,.?M1T", JOR r
ATS. :BALLS, ETC.
O uvc sata a ot. 1ao.mli. 1f
y' ous fYorthe askizg.
A. G. SPALDING & BROS.
211 So. State St. Chicago, IIL

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BLANCHE SWEET FEATURE in 5 reels
Her Unwilling Husban

Students who feel that the lunch-
eon hour too short will find it
lengthened considerably by eating at
the Arcade Cafeteria. The quick serv-
ice does it.-Adv.
Something for sale? A Classified
Ad in The Daily will And a buyer.-

25 cents

EVERYBODY OUT!

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