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October 25, 1921 - Image 3

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iRIlUI IILUIVIlI IV ILL MEET THIS WEEK r.
HEAR URBANA RESULTS PRESIDENT BURTON AND COACH
YOST TO SPEAK THURS-
AT SMOKER SAUDYA
President Marion L. Burton will
OF GAME, PLAY BY speak at the Thursday morning ses-
PLAY sion of the Michigan State Teachers'
Association-Institute, which will hold E
At the second weekly luncheon of its 68th annual meeting in Detroit
Detroit alumni held Thursday at, the of this week.
on Thursday and Fridayoftiwek
hotel Cadillac, Mason P. Rumney, His subject will be "A Possible Future
08E, president of the association, an-
nounced the newly elected committees. for American Education.'
The committee for the Illinois Coach Fielding H. Yost, will give
smoker with James M. 0' Dea, '09E, a talk Thursday afternoon on "Foot-
chairman has arranged to hold the ball Strategy," while Prof. Guy M.
smoker at the Elks temple, on the Whipple of the experimental educa-
afternoon of the Illinois 'game. A tion department will speak Friday
direct wire communication with the afternoon on "Intelligence Tests and
scene of the game has been secured. College Entrance."
Among other arrangements is a special George Oscar Bowen on the School
car from Ann Arbor to Detroit for of Music will direct the community Phone
the convenience of undergraduates singing which is to be a feature of the
and cheer leaders who wish to attend Friday evening program.
the smoker. A Wabash, railroad
special from Detroit to Urbana has CLINIC PREPARED
also been chartee fo the men who FOR DENTAL WORK
wish to attend the. game.FO DE T L R
Irvin Huston newly appointed chair-
man of the attendance and acquaint- "Although we have an unusual
an'ce committee has devised a novel number of patients for this time of
plan for a successful year. He plans the year," said Dr. J. J. Travis, of the
to divide the alumni members into 8,
teams each under a captain who will . can tk are of
be responsible for his team being at any amount or any kind of wark that
the weekly luncheon. Each team will may come in.
have its own table according to class, "The clinic is open for operative
that is, '21 etc., and each member will work such as filling and inlays at
attach to the lapel of his coat, a card 1:15 o'clock in the afternoon, while
with his first name on it, 'that the the crown, bridge, and prophylaxis
men may become better acquainted. work are taken care of in the morn-
ing between the thours of ten and
Property Owner Must Pay For Walks twelve. It is not necessary .for the
Ann Arbor sidewalks built during students who wish attention to make
this year must be paid for at the City appointments. They need only come
Hall by Nov. 21, or ten per cent of over and be examined, at which time
the building cost will be added to they will be assigned to the. care of
the bill, according to the ruling of one of our students. The men who
the City Council. are operating in the clinic at this

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REPAIRING

Telephone Murray Hill 88oo

Our Representative will be at the
HOTEL STATLER, DETROIT

Today

October 25

with Samples of Ready-made Clothing
Furnishings, Hats and Shoes
for Fall
Send for "Clothes and the Hour"

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'BEAUTIFUL HAIR
NEEDS A
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Find Them at
THE QUARRY
Drug and Prescription Store
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'HEN a young man wants to cut a figure,
he'll choose an E Jlo Shirt. It gives him
eling of being w J dressed-in the beauty
fabric, the youthfulness of its cut. If he
s the cost, he'll find in Eagle Shirts at his
many more of the things he wants than in
less and fameless makes.
Buy Eagle Shirts by the fabric name in the labed

M URAD
THE TURKISH CIGARETTE

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esVERY day MURADS
are held higher in the
estimation of the men
who smoke them.
They are the standard of
Taste.
They are 100% pure Turk-
--i ish tobacco -of the finest
varieties grown.
They never disappoint-

never fail-never change-
You are proud to smoke
them in any company-on
any occasion.
They are the largest sell-
ing high-grade cigarette in
the world.
The cigarette smokers of
America DO prefer Quality
to Quantity.

4uerth Co.
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