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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

After the show try a "reel"

T H E
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with a sandwich

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SPOEHR'S BULK CHOCOLATES
NUNNALLY'S SOUTHERN CANDIES

600 E. Liberty

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English.
Sport

Stripes

Lhet Art Thrive;
Dusty Attic Is
Here. To Inspire
"Never was art- without its attic,a
nver poetry without its place to hide,"
decided the inspired bards of old.
That cobwebs make for lacy verse or
dust for philosophic depths has never
been questioned. Michigan, however,
strangely omitted this necessary re-
quisite to fame and immortal rememb-
rance. The Board of Regents has ig-
nored it and literature has struggled
here without it. The paths of its in-
spired pen have been lighted by c'ass
electric bulbs, or at worst a fizzling
gas light.
But the long sought attic is found,
and now Michigan, with its poet Rob-
ert Frost and its Attic, may shine in
inspired verse and literary legends.
Is Ex-Cloak Room
An ex-cloak room gleaned from the
trembling timbers of paled West
hall is the history of the attic. It is
so small that the coat hooks had to
be removed to make more room. An
antique desk with its legs sawed off
to fit fills a third of the space. Dust
covered cupboards filled with yellowed
manuscripts add to the philosophy
that 'all is not published that's writ.'
It hovers under the wings of Prof.
F. N. Scott's lecture room and the
attic around which the furniture is
but a mere setting is that little contri-
bution box -labelled Whimsies.
In beeping With Spirit
It is from here that probably the
first literary contest of its kind in the
annals of the Univeristy is announced.
It is in accord with/the spirit of the
place. Competition will be for the
best informal essay contributed be-
fore December 1st. And, showing that
poverty is not a part of bare and
cobwebbed attics there will be a $25
prize for the best essay.
Judges iof these manuscripts are
David Grayson, Samuel McChord
Crothers and Agnes Replier, three of
the most prominent essayists in this
country. David Grayson, probably the
most popularly known of the three,
formerly attended the University
where he studied under Prof. F. N.
Scott.
Essays will be first judged by the
staff 'of Whimsies and the best ones

TELEPHONE 214-F1
Students interested in debating are ttlt11 1/ l1Ut lltllH llltl!lttlttltlli
invited to attend the next regular
meeting .of Alpha Nu, campus debat-
ing society, at 7:30 Friday night, at
which time a debate'-on the proposi- SCH U ACHER) HAIfUAbfMPANY
tion, "Resolved: That the Willis-
Campbell anti-beer bill should be im- A STORE OF INDIVIDUAL SHOPS
mediately passed by Congress."
The affirmative and the negative 308-10-12 SOUTH MAIN STREET PHONES 174-175-M
sides will be represented by three
speakers each. Previous to the de-
bat there will be a parliamntary drill,
in which allare eligible to take part.

J UST the right dash of
colour for a necktie
'that hob-nobs with smart
tweeds. It's a Cheney
Cravat-one of many that
register just the right
touch of snap and sparkle.
At the store you like to
buy from.

MOORE CHOOSES WORKS FOR
MAY FESTIVAL CONCERTS
Announcement has been made by
Earl V. Moore, acting director of the
University Choral union, of the works
to be sung at this year's May Festival.
The compositions chosen are Wolf-
Ferrari's "New Life," in commemora-
tion of the sixth hundredth anniver-
sary of the great Dante, and "Psalm-
odic Rhapsody" by Frederick Stock,
director of the Chicago Symphony or-
chestra.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.
New Term Nov. 14th. Type.
writing, Shorthand, Bookkeep-
ing, Penmanship; Secretarial
Training. Day nd Evening.
HAMILTON BUSINESS COLL.
State and William Sts.

Teaches
Boys and Girls
the Science of Chemis-
try. The m o s t com-
plete, practical, a n d
scientifically c o r r e c t
chemistry outfits ob-
tainable. Contains no

will be forwarded for final decision
to these three Judges.
The contest is open to all under-
graduates with the exception of Whim-
sies editorial staff. All essays must
be typewritten and double spaced. The
$25 reward has been contributed by
George Wahr.
ALHPA NU WILL DEBATE
WILLIS-CAMPBELL BILL

STEAM 6 GAS FITTING

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dangerous chemicals. Educational, en-
tertaining and absolutely harmless.
Also/the Game of Whiff, Sachetcraft,
Charactercraft and Starcraft
These Outfits Run from 75c to $10.00

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Of,
CRAVATS

MATINEE-2:00, 3:30
Adults - 20c
Kiddies - 1 Oc

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EVENING-7:00,
Adults - 30c
Kiddies - I Oe

8:40

N. F. Allen, 211 S. Main St. Mack & Co., Main St.
Wadhiams & Cb., 201 S. Main St. F. W. Gross, Main St.
S. 0. Davis, Tggery Shop, 119 S. Main St.
Llndenschintt Apfel Co., 209 Main -St.
Reule, Conlin, Flegel Co., 200-2 S. Main St.
G. It. Wild & Co., 811 S. State St.
Wadhams & Co., Nickels Arcade
J. F. Wuerth Co., 222-224 S. Main St.

THURSDAY

- FRIDAY

- SATURDAY

The H4hway of Hilarity

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F ingerle's Cafeteria

At 322 South State St.

Will serve daily from 11:10 to
1:30 (except Sundays, when
cafeteria closes at 12:00 M.)

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See
Piccadilly Circus
Westminster Abbey

Special Luncheons, Dinners

At the lowest prices you've

Charing Gross
Trafalgar Square
Windsor Castle
All the exact spots of inter-
est in London around
which this romance speeds

seen for excellent

meals

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35c

40c

The Luncheon Menu:
Choice of Three Meats, Three Vegetables,
Three Potatoes
Baked Beans or Macaroni substituted for
any one of the above
,read, Rolls, Muffins, etc. Butter
Coffee, Tea, Cocoa, Milk
Soup, 5c extra

The Dinner Menu:

Soup
Choice of Three Meats, Three Vegetables,
Three Potatoes
Baked Beans or Macaroni substituted for

any one of the above
Bread, Rolls, Muffins, etc.

Butter

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thing additional that is

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A guarantee--Satisfaction or money back

Emily was a luscious "peach"-
Herdguardian, the Duchess and the Viscount, were twin "prunes" (harsh
words but true). That's why a trim Yank in a "twin six," stole a ride and
stole a bride. The boy's a wonder.

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