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September 27, 1921 - Image 6

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AllMNUS A WEKLY
MAGAZINE1_OUT OCT. 13
OTHER MINOR CHANGES MADE IN
PUBLICATION FOR MICHIGAN
GRADUATES
The Michigan Alumnus, published
for many years by the Alumni asso-
ciation as a monthly magazine, will
appear in its first issue on Oct. 13 as a
weekly, according to reports from the
oce of Wilfred B. Shaw, secretary of
the Alumni association. The change
was only recently decided upon and
will be part of the association's ex-
panded policy in serving graduates
and keeping them in touch with Uni-
versity events.
The new policy inaugurated next
month is inpart a result of a trip by
Mr. Shaw last summer among uni-
versities in the East. After studying
the bulletins issued by Harvard,
Princeton, Columbia, and Cornell, he
determined to increase the size of the
Michigan Alumnus to 24 or 32 pages,
each page being 7 by 10 inches.
Little change will be made in the
material and appearance of the maga-
zine, except that a new cover will be
designed for the first issue and the
departments of alumni news and ac-
counts of athletic events will be con-
siderably enlarged. A new depart-
ment of news from the Michigan Un-
ion will be inaugurated.
The Alumnus by this change in pol-
icy will be better able to carry short-
er and more timely news of events
among Michigan's alumni, it is hoped.
Subscriptions have reached the 7,500
mark, a total that is greater than at
either Harvard or Yale and is only
surpassed among eastern universities
by Princeton.
MICHIGAN MAN BECOMES HEAD
OF FORESTRY BOARD IN EAST
Herman M. Kerber, '19, whose resi-
dence is in Newark, N. J., last week
received conformation of his appoint
ment as head of the city forestry com-
mission of Scranton, Pa.
Kerber's name w ras chosen from a
long list of applicants, among whom'
were several other University grad-
uates. He received the degrees of
B.S. in 1919 and M.S. in 1921. His
new duties will commence Oct.1 3.

WHY

YOU HA'
A TYPEWR
BECAUSE-It will en
get more out of
course.

"Silent Smith" Model 8
Typewriter
L. C Smith & Bros.

BECAUSE-It will mean higher marks in your studies.
BECAUSE-It will add to your standing and prestige
the professors.
BECAUSE-You can keep carbon, copies of notes, I
and lectures.
BECAUSE-A knowledge of how to operate a writini
chine will be useful as long as you live.
The Silent Model 8 runs so quietly that you
can use it without disturbing other students near
you. It has many other exclusive features that
you should know about.

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Drop in and

e kind of company you keep
JUST AS A MAN IS JUDGED IN A PERSONAL WAY BY THE
KIND OF COMPANY HE KEEPS, SO IS HE JUDGED IN A
BUSINESS WAY BY THE KIND OF BANKING CONNEC-
TIONS HE MAKES.
A CHECKING OR SAVINGS ACCOUNT WITH A GOOD RE-
LIABLE INSTITUTION LIKE THIS ONE REFLECTS GOOD
JUDGMENT. IT BUILDS PRESTIGE.
We have a helpful service to offer every man, woman and child in
this community. Every person who enters our .door, whether a
stranger or a patron, is assured of courteous, considerate attention.
he Ann Arbor Savings Bank

let us show you our very
of typewriters

0. D. MORRILL

17 NICKELS ARCADE

Special rates to students for rental machines.
L. C. Smith, Underwood, Royal, Hammond, Ren
Oliver, and other well known makes of typewri

SOLD, RENTED, CLEANED

SAVE A LITTLE EVERY DAY

Our SERVICE DEPARTMENT is
in the STATE.

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FOUNTAIN PENS

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Leather NoteBooks

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