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of new high pressure
in the tunnel from the
power house at Washing-
[uron streets to the sub-
the entrance of Waterman
. The new line will be
I of eight inch high pres-
of modern design, eliminat-
ose connections which fre-
eveloped at the junctures
line, allowing the escape of
necessitating frequent re-
s from the power house
to the different campus
for which they supply heat,
for machinery will not be
t this time, as they have
ved satisfactory. The re-
of the main line, however,
I to effect a great improve-1
e University's heating sys-
very effort, will be made to
he work by the time of first
er.
Jar makes of typewriters
rent'. Room 2. 2nd floor.
ersity Ave.-Adv.I

UItVif Ua I, v,.tINi, d UIIIn
NIOAORGAIZATION
MEMBERSHIP FEE ELIMINATED
BY. COMMITTEE IN YEAR'S
CAMPAIGN

Placid and Saranac Lake clubs. Dr
Melville Dewey of Lake Placid and
Dr. C. Trembly of Saranac lake are;
arranging the match.
Sir Harry is reported to have chos-
en Duncan Mac Innis of the finance;

department of the city of New York
for his partner in a foursome. Colonel
Walter Scott, the president of all of
the Scottish societies of the United
States and Ca1nada has offered a cup
for the tournament.

Underwood, Remington, L. C. Smith,
Royal; also Remington and Under-
woor portables for sale or rent at
711 N. University Ave. Room 2, 2nd
floor.-Adv.

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Satisfaction guaranteed; money cheerfully refunded

NG ROOM,
utli Division Street
n Arbor, 1ich.
a place that you have
ing for! At last a
you will like!
ates pert Week
uls a Day........$7.50
d Supper........ 6.50

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DIISION STREET
SHONE 715-J
runer for University
ol of Music and
Tomas Conservatory
of Music
Victor
mendinger
RRE right there when it
comes to a rush order.
You rush to a tele-
,nd say "Give me 525"
us what's them matter.
speed with which we
ry in your direction and
hie rapidity with which
h the work you ask us
HOCHREIN,
'LUMBER

The Y. W. C. A. will be associated
with the national board of that or-
ganization this year. Accordingly a
new purpose and membership pledge
has been adopted.
The membership campaign will not
be conducted on a large scale. In-
stead it will be a slow campaign, last-
ing through the month of October and
accompanied by meetings, whose pur-
pose will be to ejplain the new plans
and purposes of the Y. W. C. A. Any-
one who feels that she already under-
: stands and is in sympathy with these
plans is urged by the committee to
sign up now at Newberry hall.
Miss Mary Ross, student secretary
of the Y. W. C. A. at Northwestern
university, is here for a week to help
organizethe work, and she will be
glad to make an appointment with
anyone rho wishes to consult with
her about Y. .W. C. A. work.
No :Miembership Fee
No membership fee will be charged
this year. After the first month'of a
careful campaign for membership, a
finance campaign will ite launched.
Only those who then feel that they
have profited so far by the Y. W. C. A.
will be asked to contribute. As one
means of raising the required funds,
chocolate bars will be sold through-
out the year at Newberry hall.,
All Welcome
The Y. W. C. A. will occupy the
front rooms of-Newberry hall. These
will be open to all women students
for any committee meetings they may
wish to held. There is as yet no sec-
retary in charge in the office. This
work is being done entirely by the
students, and any volunteers will be
welcomed.
Vesper services will be resumed
this year. They will be held every
Wednesday afternoon. Tea is to be
served from 4 to 50'clock, and the
services will take place at 5 o'clock.
Cabinet Memnbers Listed
TheY. W. C. A. cabinet is composed
of the following members: Gertrude
Boggs, '22, president; Ruth Goodhue,
'22, vice-president; Helen Aubrey, 23,
treasurer; Catherine Greenough, 23,
secretary; Marian Kock, '23, confer-
ences and conventions; Thekla Roese,
'22,.meetings; Beatrice Champion, '23,
publicity; Margaret Reineke, '22,
social, Charlotte Shurz, '23, social
seryice; Laura Snyder, '22, member-
ship; Dorothy Jeffrey, '24, association
news; Frances Wiemar, '22, finance;
Helene Torrey, '23, house.
DENTAL COLLEGE
ADDS NEW COURSE
]r. R. W. Bunting, secretary of the
dental college, announces a new
course for dental hygienists. It is
a two-year course, the first year to
be spent in the dental college and the
second year in either the dental col-
lege or in public schools or institu-
tons. Eventually the graduates are
to do prohylactic work in dental of-
fices, in factories, and in public
s"hools and institutions. The object of
these workers shall be to teach pre-
vention, rather than the correction,
of dental diseases.
Miss L. May Helmer is in charge of
the new course, acting as supervisor
of dental hygienists. Miss Helmer
was formerly supervisor of school
nurses at Highland Park. There are
at present seven women enrolled in
the new course.
$IR HARRY LAUDER PLAYS
GOLF TO KEEP IN CONDITION
To keep fit for his opening in New
York on October 17, at the Lexing-
ton theatre, Sir Harry Lauder, who is

scheduled to appear at the Whitney
theatre next December, will play golf
in the Adirondacks.
He has been challenged by the Lake

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