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Artistic Picture Framing a special-
ty at De Fries Art Store. 223 So.
Main.-Adv.
Girls Attention! Rain water-sham-
poos, hair dressing, marcel-waving,
face and scalp treatment. , Wigs for
rent. Mrs. J. R. Trojanowski, 1110 S.
University Ave., side entrance. Phone
696-W.-Adv.

Michig an. Boys and G irls
WE ASSURE YOU A CORDIAL
WELCOM E AND THE QUALITY
OF SEVICE ATTAINED THRU
50 EARS OF EXPERIENCE

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1921

Nwmber 7

Official Bulletin is a means established for communication
ers of the University. The responsibility lies with 'all mem-
iversity to read the Bulletin each day, and it is understood
ven in it are sufficient and te binding upon all' whom they
s for insertion should r( left with the Assistant to the Pres-
:30 p. m. for the week-day issues, and before It :30 a. m.
ie Sunday issue. FRANK E. ROBBINS.
Assistant to the President.
ts:
hat there may be a complete and correct directory of stu-
n one central place in the University, students who were un-
ir Ann Arbor addresses at the rme of registration, or who
.nce then, are requested to call at the office of the Dean of
n 2, University. Hall, to fill out a Change of Address card.
J. A. BURSLEY, Dean of Students.
Religion:
lesirous of taking the Seminar in Philosophy of Religion will
e on "Monday, Oct. 3, at 2 p. m. in 106 Mason hall.
R. M. WENLEY.
nphony Orchestra:
>r the University 'Symphony Orchestra will be held at thq
ic, Maynard Street, from 7 to.8:30 on Wednesday and Thurs-
eek. Applicants should bring their instruments, and some
hich they are familiar. Freshmen are eligible.
SAMUEL PIERSON LOCKWOOD.
of the course will find seating chart for Tues. and Thurs.
,d on bulletin board on 2nd floor of Tappan hall, Mon. a. m.
Students will be expected to take their assigned seats for the
when roll will be taken.

Shorthand, Typewriting, Secre-
tariai, and Commereial Courses.
New Teri - Oet 3rd
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estion for the Centfal League 'Debates this year is: Resolved,
,nsas Industrial Court plan of adjusting industrial disputes should
throughout the United States. Literary society preliminaries
npleted not'later than Oct. 29. Those not members of a society
t for the teams in an independent tryout in ropm 302, Mason
lay morning, Oct. 29, at 8 o'clock. Such independents should
names to me not later than Oct. 22. Material on the question
I of the Library Extension department at the general library.
RAY K. IMMEL,
Intercollegiate Contest Director.
Education I:
s 3 and 4 in Secondary Education I, scheduled to meet, respec-
0 and 11 o'clock Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, in rooms 8
,ppan ball, will meet at the same, hours in the northwest room,
in Newberry hall. C. O. DAVIS.
40 - Cost Accounting:
il meeting of this class will be held Monday at 3 in room 101,
building, to arrange laboratory sections.
HERBERT N. SCHMITT.
? ed 10 yards. Dean punted to the Mt.
Union 10 yard lnie. Madden kicked
to Knode, who was downed on Mt.
Union's 27 yard line. A forward pass
"4-" failed. Knode carried the ball to the
20 yard line and on the next play
- was thrown for an 8 yard loss. Mt.
hued from Page One) Union broke up a long forward pass
frst down th u left tackle.anth game ended.
Touchdowns:nUsher 2, Steketee,
d to gain on a left end run. Rby2 en
as sent in for Richards. A Robey De an.
ss, Uteritzto Goeberd wasGoalsfrom touchdowns: Steketee 4,
Uteritz lost a yard on a
Uteritz kicked to Mt. Un- Dean.
dline. Myers made 1 yard Referee: Snyder, Harvard. Um-
e: Johns was off side andpAire: Kennedy, Chicago. Head lines-
tvas penalized 5 yards. man:Gilds, Ypsilanti.
s thrown for a loss. Mad-.
to Uteritz who caught the
35 yard line and by straight
eral tacklers he made his WHAT'S GOING ON
.Mt. tjnion 10 yrad line.
replaced Beachey. Roby
ds. On the-next play Roby SUNDAY
rough for a -touchdown.
led to kick goal. Score: 7:30 and 10:00 A. M.-Mass for Cath.
4, Mt. Union 0 olic students in St. Mary's chapel.
URTH QUARTER 9:30 A. M.-Upper Rdim. Bible class
replaced ;Goebel, Smith !meeting for en in Lane hail.
'hns at center and Searle : sou :n services at St. Paul's
r Landowski.. Hoverland , Lutheran clurch- ds ing at
rhitman for Mt. Union.
'ine hall to discuss plans for the
rated to Michigan's 45 yard Ea
igan was penalized 15 yoir.e
folding. Uteritz punted to 1401ee4in of those interested in
was downed on his own missions as a life work, student vol-
wn aded onthis on unteers and others in Lane hall.
snaled fr afai4catc . :) - Supper served in Unitarian
Usignaledfraird cI church parlors. Nominal charge.
ithe ball and Dean made 6:00-Supper for ,.all Episcopal stu-
ki, the ball nd eang dents., Harris hall.
e kick, the bal clearing 6:30-Meeting in Unitarian church
)r three points. Score: parlors. National secretary will ad-
dress Young People's society. Ev-
placed Uteritz. VanOrden e~oe sivtdt ted
awforth. Olinger replac-- :0O-Les nVoyageurs meet at roomsq
d Myers went in for Myers| third floor over Calkins.
Union team. After the:7 X30-Mission services'at 'rSt. Pau s
exchange of pu g Lutheran church.j

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The greatest picture in cast and rich in-
vestiture ever made since the photoplay
began.
With due regard to "Male and Female,"
"Why Change Your Wife?" "Something
to Think About" and all the other big
DeMille productions de luxe, "The Affairs
of Anatol" attains the highest mark yet
reached in the blending of life and beau-
ty on the screen.
A vivid, tingling drama of love and mar-
riage. Glowing with luxury. Piquant
ith gay adventure. Played by stars

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To miss "Anatol" is like going
to bed at ; 9 o'clock New Year's
Eve.-New York Telegrtph.

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got away for aj
ball was called
in was holding.
1 rolling to the
Madden punt-
the ball Went
s own 15 yard

--SPECIAL MUSIC BY A TEN-PIECE ORCHESTRA--
LOUIS KILLIAN, DIRECTING

U-NOTICES
Jeiwish students! New Year's services
will be held Monday, Oct. 3 and
TuEsday, Oct. 4, at Germania hall,
corner of West William and Second
streets.

OWING TO THE LENGTH of this PRODUCTION
and in order that we may care for the crowds,
shows will start as follows

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the Frances Caspa'ri, teacher of voice
and culture. Studio, Cornwell Bldg. For
terms, Phone 638.-Adv.
ked Pictures and frames of Good Taste
>n 0. and Refinement at De Fries Art Store.

SUNDAY- 5 Shows-

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BECAUSE THIS IS THE COSTLIEST PICTU
ever made, there will be a slight advance in prices.
SUNDAY AND NIGHTS...........35c and
DAILY MATINEES..................25c and
ALL PRICES INCLUDE TAX-
THERE WILL,:BE OTHER NOVELTIE5

DAILY SHOWS- MTINES2and4

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