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Portable Underwood and Remington ,Whitemore Lake Pavilion Carnival
typewriters for sale or rent. 711 N. Dance, Sat.yDancing Parties Friday
Univ., 2nd floor, Room 2.Adv. and Saturday.--Adv.

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HONORARY' IFRATERNITY
ESTBLISHED HERE FOR
UNIERSITY MUSICIANS
ALPHA EPSILON MU ORGANIZED
UNDER STATE LAWS THROUGH
WILSON'S EFFORTS
Competition of the incorporation of
Alpha Epsilon Mu, honorary musical
fraternity, has been affected and plans
for the coming year have been prepar-1
ed, it was announced at the year's
first meeting and banquet of the fra-
ternity last week. The first initiation
banquet was held last June just before
the close of school.
Caused by the need for a strictly
honorary musical organization at:
Michigan, Alpha Epsilon Mu will fill
a place in musical circles here not
taken care of formerly, namely, reco-
gnition for band and orchestra men
who deserve distinction above other
members of the two University organ-
izations.
Eligibility to the new fraternity is
to be restricted to upperclassmen, it
was stated yesterday by one of the
officers, because no men will be admit-
ted until they have had one year
experience or more on either the band
of the orchestra and' as no men are
eligible to either until their second
year here, elections of members can-
not be made until the men's third year
on the Campus. Elections will be,
based primarily on musicianship, then
on scholarship in the University and

be the parent chapter to the national
honorary. musical fraternity. It is ex-
pected that the chapter here will mere-
ly try out the idea of its organization
here for at least a year before any
expansion is attempted.
Pharmic Club Commences Year
All members and prospective mem-
bers of the Prescott Club are urged to
be present at the first meeting of the
year at 7:30 o'clock tonight in room
151, Chemistry building. The club is
an all-Pharmic organization whose
purpose is to pursue further the study
of pharmacy.
University Supplied 'With Coal Truck
A five-ton Federal truck has been
loaned to the University by the State
highway commission, for the purpose
of carrying coal to various buildings
about the campus and generally mov-
ing heavy materials.

News From The Other Colleges

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Iowa
Iowa City, Iowa-Nine regulars on
past Iowa teams are working out at
the present time, getting ready for
this year's conference battles The
veterans are Belding and Kedensky,
ends; Slater, Thompson and Minnick,
linemen; Glen and Aubrey Devine and
Locke of the last year's team, and
Held in the backfield. Block and
Kaufman, linemen, are the only regu-
year's play.
Indiana
Bloomington, Ind.-Despite the fact
that Coach "Jumbo" Stiehm will have
some 12 letter men available, to form
the nucleus of his 1921 eleven, he is
confronted by a critical weakness, the

lack of capable subtitutes. This
weakness may be remedied by the dis-
covery and development of talent from
yearling class of last year but Stiehm
is heavily handicapped by the extreme
necessity for speed in perfecting the
plays.
Seasoned veterans are available for
practically every position on the Crim-
son eleven. John Kyle, of Gary, will
lead the attact as captain and full-
back. Kyle was picked as all-state
fullback last year.
MARCELLING
Mrs. Stoddard has with her an ex-
pert Marceller from E. Burnham's,
Chicago. Phone 2652. 707 N. Univer-
sity.-Adv.

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33ended in the Good Old Enish Way
Ad No. 3A
INTEGRITY
With us, honesty is not so much
a policy as a principle.
The reason we insist on doing all
of our business in the open and in be-
ing absolutely fair in every detail is
not merely because we think it will
pay but because we, sincerely believe
that it is the only way in which busi-
ness should be transacted.
Our officers are always glad to have you confide in them
and consider all such conferences as confidential.
The Ann Arbor Savings Bank
SAVE A LITTLE EVERY DAY

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MME. KRUSZKA ANNOUNCES

Opening

Packard Academy

THURSDAY, OCT. 13TH
EVERY TUESDAY AND THURSDAY

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on attendance and experience in the
band and orchestra, according to mem-
bers of the fraternity.
The organization will not conflict
with Phi Mu Alpha, Sinfonia, the na-
tional musical fraternity on the Cam-
pus at the present time, as the former
is not purely honorary and has assum-
ed a partially general form here.
Charter meinbers of the organization
are Robert Campbell, treasurer of the
University, Earl V. Moore, assistant
professor of music in the University,
and Wilfred Wilson, director of the
Varsity band. Mr. Wilson has been
one of the organizers of the movement
and the plans for the new organization
originated with him.
Incorporation of the fraternity was
effected by the organizers in case other
schools desired to form a similar or-
ganization and use the same name, so
ix that case, the organization here will

Advance Class Instruction...'.. 7:00 to 8:00 P. M.
Assembly Dancing .........8:00 to 10:00 P. M.
BoB DEEBACH'S FIVE-PIECE ORCHESTRA
Students wishing to enroll for dancing instruc-
tion may do so at Studio over Lyndon's Photo
Shop - Phone 778-J.

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