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October 27, 1921 - Image 6

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY THURSDA, 00T(

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United Cigar Store
"Special"
2,000 $5.00 AUTO STROP RAZORS
for 98c, while they last
We have- the goods, with right prices.

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For next week watch this ad for a Special Sale.
It will be a Hum Dinger: prices unbelievable.
THE STORE WITH THE RIGHT PRICES
UNITED CIGAR STORE
118 EAST HURON ST.

We Cater to

Fraternities and

Sororities-

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For your reunion, spreads,

and f or all

occasions-

Buy a case o] Kleis Beverages
K1s Beverage Co.
Phone 1948

nIr M-Nimonials of respect from their govern-
ments and peoples abroad.
N b n[i1 Children to Take Part
But the old-time neighbors and Inti-
mates of the Colonel say that of all
tributesto his memory, he himself
---- would most have appreciated those of
ousands to Visit Grave of Ancient the children whom he loved, and so
American On An. theirs to be the part of paying hom-
ulversmryage in the name of Oyster Bay.
---The older children of"Oyster Bay
ILDREN TO TAKE PART Cove School, which nestles in a grove
AT "EDDYS" OME OWNof trees a few hundred yards from
AT "TEDDY'S" ROME TOWN Roosevelt's grave, remember him best
as the Santa Claus of their annual
(By Associated Press) Christmas celebrations. Some of them
Dyster Bay, N. Y., Oct. 26.-Resi- now sit in the seats and use the desks
its of this little hamlet tomorrow once occupied by the elder Roosevelt
1 bow their heads in sorrowful children, Kermit, Theodore, Archie and
mory of a beloved fellow villager. Ethel. aNone of these has forgotten
While the rest of the nation has the red pillow-fattened figure, rosy
licated the day to celebrating the cheeks, powdered-mustache and gro-
ty-third anniversary of Theodore tesque false beard of the principal act-
osevelt, statesman, President and or in their Yuletide pageant.
n of letters, Oyster Bay remembers _
familiar, sympathetic, big-hearted
eddy," whose grave on the hilltop is enil
ever present reminder of their ,.1M.it.rE N D T
e ittle wooded cemetery has be-
ne the object of pilgrimages from
over the world and thousands are COMPLETE COST OF STRUCTURE
ked for tomorrow. SUBSCTIIBED; ALUMNI AND
.nong them are expected hundreds STUDENTS HELP
ormer friends and thousands of ad-
'ers, besides formal delegations of Construction work on the mammoth
nish and world war veteransand new stadium at Ohio State University
r Scouts of America.. They will is being carried forward rapidly. A
e, for the most part, to lay flowers
flags on the grave, while diplomats good portion of the concrete founda-
n foreign countries will bring testi- tion for the million dollar structure
has already been completed and this
1111UIUII ll lill IIIIII portion of the work will be finished
=this fall. The steel work will be put
Nup during the winter and the actual
pouring of the concrete for the stands
will commence In the spring as soon
as the weather permits. It is hoped
to have the stands, which will seat
over 63,000 people, in such shape by
next fall that they can be used for
E football games.
The campain itsef to raise the
funds for the structure was only start-
ed a year ago at the game between
MKPurdue and O. S. U. The students
had within a week subscribed $63000
on a quota of $50,000 and the balance
had been subscribed by alumni and
at = the business men of Columbus before
Christmas. One year was given the
f students to pay their pledges while
M aD g ttwo years was given other suscribers.
S$ = The ceremony at which ground was
first broken took place last spring
during commencement week, the con-
213 South Main Street - tract for the work being let a little
later in the summer. When complet-
ed, the structure will comprise the U-
shaped stands with the seats in two
tiers; two main rooms beneath the
stands 80x400 feet in .size for show
SR E room and exhibition purposes; sev-
S TR Eeral gymnasiums for the different
teams; and locker and club rooms.
ENGINERING SOCIETY PLANS
Stationery INFORMAL BRANCH MEETINGS
Blankets Local Members WillDiscuss Relation
of Humanistic Theories at
Eversharp Pencils Meeting Tonight
Desiring to inaugurate a plan for
branch meetings of the Society for the
Promotion of engineering education
* in order to bring the local members
in closer touch with the work of the
society, Prof. J. R. Nelson, of the Eng-
lish department, and chairman of the
English committee of the society, has
arranged for all members to meet at
an informal dinner, at 6 o'clock this
evening at the Union.
After the dinner there will be an in-
formal discussion on "How can En-

gineering Teaching Be Made More
m1 p o f ar* n t Humanistic in Its Effect." Under this
W'/m general subject it is also planned to
talk over what is'meant by the human-
t t at ities; how important is their effect in
the education of a professional man;
what subjects in the engineering cur-
Sriculum have humanistic values and
e r ia . should the cultural influence of such
subjects be confined to one part of the
student's course or should it be con-
tinued throughout his stay in college.
Professor Scott Leaves for East
Prof. Fred N. Scott of the rhetoric
department left yesterday afternoon
for New York city where he is to at-
aSt Liberty, betiveen tend an important meeting, as a rep-
and State Streetsresentative of the University. The
nature of the meeting will not be made
public until Professor Scott's return
Saturday night or Sunday.

TAILORS

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English
rPoplin
Shirts
A fine cloth
that looks like
silk and wears
like iron
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FURNISHERS

HATTERS

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STU DENTS SUPPLY

OUT OF THE HIGH RENT DISTRICT
Sheep - Lined Coats
Corduroy Pants
High -Top Shoes
Bath Robes
Rain Coats
WE SAVE YOU DOLLARS
ON
CLOTHES AND SHOES
HejOeHAGEN
213-215 SOUTH ASHLEY STREET

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UNDER NEW MANACEMENT
ngneers and Architects Materials.

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Fountain Pens.

Pennants and

Laundry Agency

Morse and Gilberts Chocolates

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.5 spaciousness seldom
found; you'll like it

Plenty of elbow room-li

for comfort.

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To Landladles---
Prices that will help cut expense:
SCRUB MOPS.........................39c
TOILET BRUSHES ............. ..........39c
STEEL WOOL .............................. 9c
40c JAZI7TJ .......... ...... ...........29c
O'CEDAR OIL ............ . ..........19c and 39c
LIQUID VANEER ...................19c and 39c
SILVER POLISH .... ... ..... .......19c
3 IN 1 OIL . . . . . .................. .,* 9c
FLOOR DRYERS .......................29c
8 OZ. CREPE TOILET PAPER--5 for........29c
CARPET BEATERS .. . ................19c
MUFFINS TINS...... ................. 9c
SAVORY ROASTERS ...................... $1.49
BROOMS .......... . ........ ... . . . .39c
Hundreds of items cut in price
HOAG'S

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the Michigan Cafet

PHONE 112

209-211 E. WASHINGTON ST.

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DANCES FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Tickets at Graham's, Slater' s and Wahr's uptown
Fischer Drug Co. and Goodyear Drug Co. downtown

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