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TECHNIC COjNTEST
STIRS INTE REST
Considerable interest has bee
U Vhown by students in the offer of the
[ [ MicHirgan Technic to give a round-trip
ticket for the Illinois game to the
Eating Houses and Fraternities 1an student who submits the best article
to Avert Food Shortage of on a technical problem for publicationE
Last Year In the January Technic, according to
the editors. Rules for the contest
ORE TIIA1 X0,000 VISITORS may be found in The Daily for Wed-
EXPECTED HERE SATURDAY nesday, Oct. 12.
Prof. John E. Emswiler of the me-
Adequate provision is being made to chanical department, Prof. Jesse E.
feed the 30,000 visitors who will be in Thornton of the English department
Ann Arbor Saturday for the Ohio State in the engineering college, and Arthur
game, according to a preliminary re- J. Stock, '22E, editor of the Technic,
port made here today by restauran- will act as judges. Contributions must
teurs, lunch room proprietors and be submitted at the Technic office, 269
house stewards. Engineering building, before live o-
City residents, fraternities and so- clock Tuesday, Oct. 25. Students ex-
rorities will care for more than 5,000 .pecting to enter the contest should
people, both before and after, the game, register at the Technic offlee immedi-
State street* restaurants and lunch ately. Several manuscripts have al-
rooms will serve meals for nearly 10,. ready been received
000; boarding houses will accoinmo- The name of the winner of the con-
date 3,000; if necessary, downtown test will be announced in The Daily
restaurants and hotels can handle for Oct. 27. Several of the best ar-
2,000; the Michigan Union, 1,000; and tides submitte, In addition to the
it is estimated that nearly 10,000 will winner's, may be published in the
leave for home immediately after the January Technic.
game without requiring service from
restaurants. UTERITZ RESIGNS
While the figures are roughly esti- FROM A D V IS ER S
mated, it is certain that boarding
houses, restaurants, cafeterias and Irwin C. Uteritz, '23, has tendered his
lunch rooms are making preparations rsinaC.on frthsudend is
for the coming crowd in an' effort to
forestall a repetition of the trouble committee, stating as the reason that
that occured at the big games last too many" activities in other fields
made it impossible to attend to his
year. duties on the committee in a satisfac-
The new Michigan cafeteria will be tory manner. The letter asking for
opened on Liberty stret Saturday as a acceptance of his resignation declared
special measure to care for the that he had been unable to attend the
crowds. It willaccommodate 500 per- neetings of the body as regularly as
sons. -Extra help will be added to the he desired and could not do his share
servin force at the Chubb and Free- ,+. -1+_,-,,

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PROMPT SERVICE
AND DINNER per week $6.00

LUNCH

Open to Men and Women
BURCH1FIELD & CO.,

AT LANE HALL
GOOD WHOLESOME FOOD

TAILORS

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106 East Huron

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(Opposite Court House)

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Feeds Body and Mind -
It is a decided help in
making our work at the
University a success.

We do the highest grade of Tailoring

ALL WORK DONE HERE IN

ANN ARBOR

3ilbert's Chocolates
AVORI T ES WITH EVERYONE

be Eberbach ( Son Co.
200-204 East Liberty Street .4
ISt TwoKindsof
ten in te orld
By J. R. HAMILTON
Former Advertising Manager of Wanamaker's, Philadelphia
nanclally, there are just two kinds of men in the world; those
nstantly figure upon the principal of their money and those'
al with the Interest on the principal.
e one hind of man throws away ten dollars carelessly and
What's the difference. It is only a ten dollar bill."
ie other holds on to that ten and says, "Ten dollars is the
it at 5 per cent on a capital of two hundred dollars."
ae man figures on how much ten dollars will buy. The
[an figures on how much it would cost him to buy ten
difference of principal and interest-that is all.
et the principal-figure is not the principle figurer in life.
L, he counts for very little except when he is spending that
To one comes to him with opportunities. No one considers
s a possible investor in anything good. Money always
him quietly by.
ad yet this is all a simple habit of mind. The difference
n financial success and financial f~ilure is only a little
f the brain.
ad the habit of figuring interest-the habit of figuring
dollar you spend as the interest on twenty times that
t at five per cent, is very easily learned.
y it now in the personal things you are going out to buy. If
ed a suit of clothes, look through the advertising in this
See where you can save fire dollars, and then say to
k1, "I am not merely saVing five dollars by buying a sUit of
from this advertisement; I am saving the amount which one
d dollars would earn if it worked at five per cent interest for
le year."
hat's the thing that brings you to your muttons. That's
ng that makes you stop and think.
ow these good sales are going on all through this paper.
n save money on anything you buy. Your clothes, your shoes,
hirts, your household goods-all offer money-saving oppor-
is In these sales.
'hy, you can save the interest on at least five hundred dol-
you will only go at it right. And show me the man to
five hundred dollars is not a capital worth considering?
Xterest-that is the thing to figure on always. And the way
e the interest on a lot of money is to watch the advertising
paper day by day and do your buying from these sales.
(Copyrighted.)

man boarding houses, to care far 400
additional patrons at each meal.,
Lunch rooms near the campus are
opened on Liberty street Saturday as a
number of meals. Practically all fra-
ternity and sorority houses are plan-
ning to serve buffet-luncheons Satur-
day noon. In this way they will care1
for more than 50 visitors each.
Athena Society
Initates Today
Of the 42 women who tried out for,
membership in Athena Literary society
at the annual tryout held Tuesday
evening, 12 girls were elected.
The new members are: Helen An-
derson, '23P; Phyllis Delf, '24; Mar-
garet Bufilngton, '25; Hazel Eckhart,
'23; Grace Ford, '22; Florence Fuller,
'25; Portia Goulder, '24; Florence Pol-
lock, '25; Marguerite Spaulding, '25;
Marion Taylor, '24; Beata Wagner, '25,
and M. Lucille Welty; '23.
The initiation of new members will
take place at 4:45 o'clock this after-
noon in Barbour gymnasium, followed
by a banquet at 5:45 o'clock. '
MASQUES CHOOSES
24 NEW MEMBERS
As a result of tryouts held last week,
the following women were chosen for
membership in Masques, women's dra-
matic organization:
Virginia Brodel, '23; Constance Bald-
win, '23; Ruth Christensen, '24; Velma
Carter, '24; Dorothy Campbell, '24;
Portia Goulder, '24; Laurella Hollis,
'24; Ruth King, '23; Bethany Lovell,
'25; Sarah Levin, '24; Hortense Miller,
'24; Florence Louise Nelson, '25;
Vivian North, '25; Elizabeth Pike, '24;
Mattie Proudfoot, '23; Ruth Rost, '25;
Carrible Schmidt, '23; Dorothy Spen-
cer, '25; Catherine Stafford, '24; Helen
Steggal, '25; Elsie Townsend, '22; Isa-
bel Waterworth, '24; Ruth Werkheiser,
'23, and Merry Wagner,,'23.
Prof. J. Raleigh Nelson and Mrs.
Nelson will be at home from 4 to 6
o'clock Thursday afternoon at 927 For-
est avenue to bothnewand old mem-
bers of Masques.
Dr. Pollock Visits Ann Arbor
Dr. Pollock of Van Wert, Ohio a
former student at Michigan was in
Ann Arbor for a short while this week,
en route to Detroit. He visited the
Homoeopathic hospital. This was Dr.
Pollock's first visit in 55 years. He
attended school here in 1864-5, tak-
ing his doctor's degree at an eastern
school, and was considerably surprised
at the changes that had taken place
during his long absence.

of the work for that reason.
DENTAL GRADUATE RETURNS
HERE TO TEACH AND PRACTICE
Dr. R. K. Brown, who graduated
from the University Dental college in
1919, has returned to Ann Arbor and
will make this city his permanent
home,
Part of Dr. Brown's time will be
taken up at the School of Dentistry,
where he has been engaged as instruc-
tor of Operative Dentistry, and part
of the time he will engage in private
practice at his office in the Darling
building. Since his graduation in 1919
Dr. Brown has been engaged in prac-
tice in Cleveland, Ohio.
ARCHITECTURE STUDENTS TO
VISIT DETROIT ART MUSEUM
A group of students and members of
the staff of the department of archi-
tecture will leave this afternoon on a
visit to the Architectural Exhibit in
Detroit. Taking the 1 o'clock car,
they will arrive at the Detroit Museum
of Art about 3 o'clock. It is expected
that many will stay over to hear Mr.
R. Clipston Sturgis lecture tonight on
"Engineering and Architecture."
Packard Academy tonight. Dane-

SAM BRCFELD & CO.,
WOMEN'S
HABERDASHERY
SPECIAL FOR
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Double Silk Ivanhoe Gloves..... . $ .25
Chamoisette auntle . .. . *. .." . . .0
Camisoles (Black and Flesh)....".. 2.00
Brown Hose (wool and lisle mixtqre) 1.39
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inketo
8 Nickels Arcade

TU DE NTS SUPPLY STORE
UNDER NEW IANAGEMEIgNT

En ineers and Architects Materials,

Stationery

Fountain Pens.

Pennants and Blankets

Laundry Agency

Morse and Gilberts Chocolates

Eversharp Pencilo

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The program of
many students

"Before and after tomorrow
football game-the Arcade
Cafe teria! "

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Swimming Enrollment in U Hall
A table will be placed in University
hall all day Friday, October 21, where
all women interested in the swimming
courses which are being given at the
Y. W. C. A. may sign up for instruc-
tion in the fine points of diving, speed
and distance swimming, and plunging.
A professional coach is in charge of
these courses, to which all University
women are eligible.

It's upstairs
Nickels' Arc

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