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ABIDE BY LAWS, IS ADVICE
OF POLICE CHIEF O'BRIEN Actor, dancer, singer, prize fighter
bootblack, and songwriter plus 150
Ignorance ofthe law will be of no pounds of human anatomy and sup-
avail to law breakers in the future ported by a pair of heavy spiked
according to Chief of Police Tom 0'- trench shoes equal Fearless Jack
Brien... Together with the general Jersey pedestrian de luxe who arrived
rush and excitement of the first week here yesterday enroute to the Pacific
of school many violations of the laws coast.
have occured and Chief O'Brien has Jack, whose war records proclaim
announced that strict measures will him to be Thomas Contes, of Pater-
be taken to enforce the laws in the son, N. J., left New York City, July 24
future. Twelve students were arrest- on a cross country hike, having cover-
ed Monday for having inadequate ed so far approximately 800 miles.
lights on their machines. Ie earns what little expenses are
Some of the rules laid down by O'- necessary by s1hining shoes in the
Brien are 1. All bulldogs must be various towns at which he stops, as
muzzled. 2. All auto drivers must have fwell as giving exhibitions of shadow
licenses. 3. No bicycle riding on the boxing, vaudeville and recitals of
campus. original poems.

He declares that his stay here is
proving so popular with the Stu-
dents and so profitable to himself that
he will encamp here for the entire
week, with headquarters on the Union
steps. Late reports from the otlier'
end of town have it that a certain well
known poet will appear on the camp-
us soon to give moral and mental
combat to this, his new rival.
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Members of the Underclass Conduct
committee will meet at 7:30 o'clock
tonight in the Union. The purpose of
this meeting is to complete plans of
organization which were begun last
June.
Charles E. Blodgett, '24, who was
elected chairman of the conduct com-
mittee hao not returned to the Uni-
versity and Stanley N.'Muirhead, '24,
has been appointed chairman.
It is urged that all members of the
committee be present as it is urgent
that the committee start operating at
once.,Room number will be announc-
ed. on the. bulletin. board of the Union
today.
FORSYTHE TO GIVE LECTURES
ON HYGIENE FOR FRESH1EN
Freshmen in the literary and en-
gineering colleges are required to at-
tend six lectures on personal hygiene
to be given by Dr. Warren K. For-I
sythe, director of the Health 'service,'
during September and October, it was
announced yesterday. These lectures
will be supplemented by optional ones
tbe given by Dr. Alfred Warthin
ne xt month.
The required lectures may be at-
tended at 3, 4, or 7 o'clock on Sept.
27 and 30, and on Oct. 3, 4, 7, 10, 11,
13, 14, or 17. There will be no 7 'o-
clock lecture on Sept 30, or Oct. 7
or 144.
CHINES BUSINESS STAFF ANDA
TRYOUTS WILL MEET TODAYI
All members of last year's business'
staff of Chimes and new men desiring
to try out this year will meet at 5
o'clock this afternoon - at the office
of the publication at the Ann Arbor
Press building.

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ANNOUNCES FOR THE SEASON 1921-1922

1.

TWO

BIG CONCERT COURSES

CHORAL UNION SERIES
SIX ARTIST CONCERTS

October 20.
Noyember 22
December 5..
January 9...
February 3..
March 14....

.....ERNO DOHNANYI, Pianist
.....JOHN McCORMACK, Tenor
..... IGNAZ FRIEDMAN, Pianist
.....FRITZ KREISLER, Violinist
... ...CERIKA MORINI, Violinist
..... .ROSA RAISA, Soprano and
GIACOMO RIMINI, Baritone

EXTRA CONCERT SERIES
Five Programs by
THE DETROIT SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
OSSIP GABRILOWITSGH, CONDUCTOR
with Solists as Follows
November 8....ESTELLE LIEBLING, Soprano
December 12......... RAOUL VIDAS, Violinist
January 23.. OSSIP GABRILOWITSCH, Pianist
February 20. ..HANS KINDLER, Violoncellist
March 27.....BENDETSON NETZORG, Pianist
COURSE TICKETS:-$5.00, $4.00,
$3.00, $2.00. Mail orders filled in advance
in order of receipt.

COURSE.TICKETS (including $3.00
May Festival Coupon) $7.00 (first choice),
$6.00, $5.50 $5.00, $4.50. Mail orders filled
in advance in order of receipt.

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FOR ILLUSTRATED ANNOUNCEMENT OR TICKETS ADDRESS

CHARLES A. SINK, Secretary, ANN ARBOR, MICH.

Special Interurban Cars will leave Hill Auditorium immediately after all con

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