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October 01, 1921 - Image 5

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The Michigan Daily, 1921-10-01

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MLC ALUMI HIL
$50,OQ0 IS NEW (GOAL SETU IOR
BLT1LDIMG; $1O,OO ALREADY
RAISED

Michigan a five-ton dumping truck,
which will be a great aid to the Uink-
versity, as up to this time the trucks
had to be hired by the day, says E. C.
Pardon, superintendent of the Build-
ings and Grounds department.

BROG

SAF PAK LAUNDRY
CASE

S S S

IT IS LARGE
IT IS NEW
IT IS STRONG
IT COSTS MUCH LESS-
THERE ARE NONE BETTER.
IHONE 112 AN~D HAVE ONE SENT TO YOU-.
[QAG'S, 2Q9-a11 E. Washington 3t

JUST A FEW MINUTES' WALK
BUY AT BOTTOM PRICES
M ICR OSC OP E S
ON EASY TERMS .
Histological and Bacteriological
Laboratory SupphieS
AT LOWEST FIGURES
hie Eberbzach & Son Co.

he Old Stand--

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NLinsing, Sept. 30.-Alumni of the
~Michigan \Agricultural College have
decided to resume a campaign to se-
cure -for the East iSansin,g college a
Union building similar to the Michi-
gan Union at Ann Arbor.
A drive for $150,000 for a Union
building was started a year or two ago
andl that amount was raised with comn-
pairatively little difficulty. With the
money on hand, however, it was de-
cided to postpone~ building in view of
prevailing high~ prices of material. The
newest development in the plans was
a decision to raise more money in-
stead of going ahead with the building
as originaly planned.
At a recent meeting of the alumni
association, which was attended by
representatives from several cities, it
was decided that the $150,000 build-
ing contemplated would be entirely
inadequate for the students at the M.
tered thi enaitwa rpointed out, a
Indications are that the ~coilege soon
will have a yearly enrollment of well
above 2,000.
The new goal set by the association
this amount will erect a suitable
structure with -room for everyone.
Lost Your Pin ?
Don 't :iilame It
On The Laundry
Men's shirts' Poor~ little shorn
shirts!
They go to the laundry with but-
tons and pins-but when they wanger
back! Gone is the dear old butqon
that hung by one string, and 'gone is
the moss covered cu't link. Nowhere
is the borrowed -fountain pen that
clasped the front in a paralyzed grip,
and alas-ah!-a diamond studded
hairpin that cuddled in a bosom pock-
'in the limbo of the laundry It was
lost forever.
Fraternity pins, quarters and nick-
els, even to the yellow backs clasped
in the steel grip of a safety pin, lad-
ies' kerchiefs, a pale and lifeless
wrist watch, contrive the bounteous
collectioni that a gentleman's shirt
will bring to a laundry. Not only does
this pet negligence disturb the owner
of this accumulative shirt, and the
laundry man as well, but for another
dthe tears of the commuunity fall-
to the poor, patient worker who
stands faithfuly all day long picking
fraternity pins from the wash wring-
er.
Cohsider this thien, men of Mici-i
gan. Rise from your pondering with
a moist brow and.-
Unload the shirt before you send it
to the laiundry. , .
"WHIMSIES" REAJY
FOR SECOND YEAR
Whiimsies, campus literary magazine,
will lbegin its second year with the
November issue. Whimsies is strictly
a student magazine, seeking to rep-
resent, through student writing, Mich-
igan's literary aspirations.
Professor Cowden(9( the rhetoric
department, will be faculty advisor
to the editorial staff. The co-opera-
tion of various departments, fine arts,
torelgn literature, music and others
oftkindred aim isn abeing sought,
tion of theibest essays written in these
'fields.

The policy~ of Whimsies will con-
tinue to be the publishing of verse,
essays, one-act plays, and distinctive
short stories. Communications and
manuscripts should be sent to Box
147, Ann Arbor. Subscriptions are
being taken at the desk in the library
at West Hall, and at Wahr's bookt-
stores.
4Get New Truck for University-
The State Highway Department has
just turned over to the University of

1111 South University Avenue

IEngineers and Arcitects Materials. White Swan Laundry
Agenc.) Stationery, Fountain Pens, Loose Leaf Note Books

newra Corona
wf'ri2 Oter . ke
See*u*biore you buy-'

SPE CIA L to ST UDE NTS
A student without a typewriter Is
badiy handicapped these days when
most college work must be typed to
bring the best marks,
For as little as $5.00 a month you
can now purchase a high grade
TYPEWRITER
from
0. D. MORRILL
17 NIckels Arcade

some in and s~
Black or Browi
SBest Grade Oxfo
SBest Grade H igh
I Other Shoes at a
GROSS A
117 EAST Wi

ee the new Brogues,
n, Oxfords or Shoes.
rds. . . . . . . . . . . .$ 9.(
iShoes .. . .. . .. 1O.(

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UT

TODA

ny price you wish to pay
NJJ DIETZEL
A.SIINGTON STREET

UNDER NEW MANACEMENT
ST U DE NTS S UP P LY S TO F

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New Victor -Re cords

~uality, Service and Right Prices
1116 SO. U NIVE RSITY

FOR OCTOBER

WE LIST A FEW OF THE MOS7FNOTABLE$

5-.

%Get 'em froni

0. & H.
Men's
Shoe Shop

DANCE RECORDS
A BABY IN LOVE-FOX TROT ....... .......................lacke-Berge Orc'bestra
THE L AST WAL TZ-MEDLEY WAL TZ. .. .. .. . .... . .. . . .. Hackel-Berge Orchestra
IN A BOAT-FOX TROT.....................................'.... Paul Whiteman
SWEETHEART-FOX TROT........................ ............... Paul Whiteman
ILO--FOX( TROT ................................... All-Star Trio and Orchestra
MIMI-FOX TROT .................................. All-Star Trio and Orchestra
JBALTIMORE BUZZ-FOX TRO ....................... Eube Blake and Orchestra
BANDANA DAYS-ONE-STEP.......................:.Eubie Blakie and Orchestra
BRING BACK MY BLUSHING ROSE-MEDLEY FOX TROT......Silking Oreetra
STOLEN KISSES--FOX'TROT ......................... E. Coleman anid Orchestra

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A Fal Mode &

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- & H. Footwear

RED SEAL RECORDS
MY LADDIE BOY........ ....... ..... ........... .. ... .... ... .. . Sophie Braslan
HUNGARIAN DANCE-No. 17 In F Sharp Minor.................... Miseba Elman
FAUST-Waltz .................................................. Erika Iloriul
FINLAINDIA (Symphonic Poem). .. .. ... . .. . .. ... . ... . .. ... Piladelphia Orchestra
GOLLIWOGG'S CAKE-WALK ................................ Sergei Uachimanunoff
> TILE WANT OF YOU.......................................... Edward Jolrnson
We cordially invite every one to call and look over the complete Victor list for October.
play any record that you desire to hear. We will gladly do it.

Toe

THiE CUT REPRODUCES

A SCOTCH GRAIN OXFORD
Soft or Hard Tde, iit Black or Tan

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O'KANE & HERTLER
Featuring Thompson's Brogues
335 SOUTH IMAIN STREET

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(UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT)
Eery Friday and Saturday Night

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3AN UNION ORCHESTRA
-TICKETS ON SALE

Chaperones designated by the
Dean of Women
AT WAHR'S BOOK STORE AND THE DELTA

TICKETS $1.

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