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October 02, 1921 - Image 5

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'" ANN ARR WILL JOIN
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Plans are now under way for Ann
Arbor's part in Michigan's First Music
week to be held Oct. 16 to 23, accord-
ing to George Oscar Bowen, director
of this activity in the city. Robert
Lawrence of New York City, organiz-
ing director of the week, recently out-
lined his plans before a group in-
terested in community singing here
and his project as outlined met with
approval.
Theaters Co-operate.
The purpose of music week is to
bring music to those in a. community
who ordinarily would not be reached
through regular channels such as the
concerts in Hill auditorium. It is re-
ported less than 7 per cent attend the
big concerts and it is to the other 93
per cent this week is meant to reach.
Co-operation in giving music to the
public will be given by the theaters,
the Majestic and Arcade already hav-
ing promised to aid in the project, the
churches with special musical services
on Sunday, the schools, factories,
clubs, such as the Rotary, Kiwanis
clubs, hotels, and department stores.
Concert Every Night.
A music center will be established
in Pattengill auditorium in the high
school where five evening concerts
with community singing will be given
on every night in the week except
Thursday, Oct. 20, when the concert
in Hill auditorium by Erno Dohnanyi
will be'given.
Officers in charge of the movement
were elected at a luncheon Thursday
at the Union. They are: chairman,
Hurlan Johnson; vice chairman, C. A.
Sink; secretary, Kenneth Westerman,
and treasurer, Roscoe Bonisteel.

GAN DAILY
Lngineering News
A semi-Diessel, a vertical oil engine,
a new centrifugal pump, and a steam
engine of the Unafiow type are the
new purchases for the mechanical-
engineering labratory in the basement
of the Engineering building.
Professor Watson set up the 37%/
H. P. engine in the labratory this
summer. It will be used in the regu-
lar tets by the students of mechani-
cal engineering 8 and also by ad-
vanced students. Almost any kind of
fuel oil can be used with the enginie.
Research will be conducted, accord-
ing to Prof. John E. Emswiler, with
various kinds of oil and at different
speeds.:
It will be about a month before the
centrifugal pump, will arrive, as it is
now being constructed at Otswego,
New York. It will be close to two
:months before the Tenafiow engine
with its condenser will get here. On
its arrival the unit will be used in
the tests in mechanical engineering
8. This type of steam engine is the
most efficient yet devised, and,
equipped with, its surface cononser,
is expected to -be valuable in resarch
use.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.--Adv.

Special

Notice!

WHY PA Y IOR E
Have your shoes repaired at Diete
and save dollars in your college
Men's Soles . .............$1.50
Men's Leather Heels........... .60
Men's Rubber Heels ............60
Full Soles and Heels. .........3.00
Ladies' Soles.1.15
Ladies' Leather Heels ...........35
Ladies' Rubber Heels......... ..50

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Silk and Flannel Shirts Given
Special Attention

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Shorthand, Typewriting, Secre-
tarial, and Commercial Courses.
New Term - Oct. 3rd
HAMILTON
BUSINESS COLLEGE

Mr. A. {.Lawrence; formerly a Shoe Repairer
Street, is now with us.

HENRY 0. DIETERLE
343 SOUTH MAIN STREET
PHONE 18614

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MDER ABOLISHES FOUR OF
SIX NAVAL RESERVE CLASSES.

Washington, Oct. 1.-Four of the
six classes that constitute the Naval
reserve were virtually abolished yes-
terday as a result of tfanorder from
Edwin Denby,_ secretary of the navy,1
giving members of these classes the
option of disenrollment or being trans-
ferred to class six, without pay. The
order was made necessary, it was ex-
plained, by lack of adequate funds to
continue the reserve organizations.
More than 195,000 men will be affected
by the ruling.

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BEHOLD!
HOW LARGE A FIRE
the small natchlndle--hYea, an
exceeding ~great fire-and know, oh
man, that even the humble waste pa-
per basket beneath your table costs
more, yea much more than $1004 worth
of, FIRE INSURANCE: and that after
the fire that $100 does comfort with
an exceeding great Comfort.
BUTLER
INSURANCE
Phone 401-M
National Bank Budlding
JOSEPH PEILEN, SOLICITOR

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This bank is dedicated to the prop
tion of serving the people.
We take pride n the fact that our s
ices are surpassed only by our id
of greater usefulness.
You will enable us to serve you be
by heartily co-operating with us.

ality, Service and Right Prices
1116 SO. UNIVERSITY

MAN, OH MAN!

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what we know about the dinner we
are going to serve today she would be
positively ashamed of the w a y she
starved you when you/were
a youngster
LOOK WHAT WE HAVE FOR
75 CENTS
SOUP
Chantilly aux Crouton
LETTUCE AND TOMATO SALAD
BRAISED FOUL AND HOME DRESSING
- or
CHICKEN A LA KING -DRAWN TOAST
SNOW FLAKE POTATOES
STRING BEANS
BEL. FRITTERS SABAYON SAUCE
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Who is willing to go to the Wiscon-
asin game at our expense? Arcade
rber Shop.-Adv.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.

THE ANN ARBOR SAVINGS
RESOURCES OVER $5,000,000.00

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