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CHINESE AND
AMERICAN RESTAURANT
sang Tung Lo.
613 E. Liksety

Concert Planned
A trio made up of Ethel Litchfield
pianist, Henri Czaplinski, violinist.
and Boris'Hambourg, 'celist, will give
a chamber music concert, under the
auspices of the Matinee Musical so-
ciety, at 4 o'clock Thursday after-
noon in the 'assembly hall of the
Union. Persons interested in chamber
music, whether members of the society
or not, are invited to attend.
A heliablej eweler
CHAPMAN
113 South Main

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Important Campus Events Of 1921

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(Continued from Sunday's edition)
May 13--Michigan tennis teab de-
teats Univeristy of Oklahoma, 2-1.
May 14-Michigan basketball team
.efeats Iowa, 9-4. Track team defeat-
ad by Illinois, 82-53. Tennis team de-
:eats Minnesota, 5-1.
May 15-Mortarboard initiates.
May 16-Mich'lgan baseball team de-
eats O. S. U., 5-0.
May 18-May Festival opens.
Michigan baseball team defeats
Notre Dame, 6-3.
May 20-Cap night. Big Ten edi-
tors met at Union.
May 21-Michigan baseball team de-
feats Chicago, 12-3. Michigan track
'seam defeats Chicago, 108-27.
May 24-All Publications banquet at
U.. .non.
May 27-Sigma Delta Chi initiates
1 men. Michigan baseball team de-
eats 0. S. U., 4-3.
May 28-Michigan baseball team de-
feated by Illinois, 3-2.
May 30-Michigan baseball team de-
feats Wisconsin, 9-8, in 18-inning con-
test.
June 1-Masques presents "The Im-
portance of Being Earnest" at the
Whitney.
June 3-Dr. Cabot appointed new,
lean of Medical school.
June 4-Michigan baseball team de-
feats Illinois, 10-4. Track team wins
second place in Conference meet.
June 6-Michigan baseball team de-
feated by Wisconsin, 7-6.
June $0--Sir Auckland Geddes de-
livers commencement address before
1437 graduates. Baseball team de-
feats Waseda in two games, 2-1, 1-0.
July 1-School of Education added
to University.
July 5-Prof. W. R. Humphreys ap-
pointed assitant dean of literary col-
lege.
July 12--28 doctors added to hos-
,pital staff.
July 19-Wolverine starts price war.
July 28-Union Summer Spotlight.
Aug. 4-Sundwall named director of
physical education.

Aug. 11-Prof. Henry Carter Adams
dies.
Aug. 14-Calvin G. Wetzel, 'Varsity
track man, drowns.
Aug. 15-Edward R. Priehs, business
manager-elect of The Daily, drowns.
Aug. 17-Prof. David Friday accepts
position as head of M..A. C.
Aug. 23-Prof. Albert Lockwood ap-
pointed head of School of Music.
Sept. 27-Building sites an-
nounced.
Oct. 1-Financial report of Union
shows big increase in business, total
one-half million.
Oct. 2-Michigan beats Mt. Union,
44-0. Lecture course speakers an-
nounced.
Oct. 5-Union standing committees
announced.
Oct. 9-Michigan beats Case, 64-0.
Oct. 11-Plan completion of Union
reading room.
Oct. 14-Opera book chosen.
Oct. 15-Class elections.
Oct. 16-Michigan beats M. A. C.,
30-0.
Oct. 20-Official enrollment 11,222.
Press convention meets.
Oct. 21--Lee White speaks at Press
club.
Oct. 22-0. S. U. beats Michigan.
14-0.
Unveil war memorial.
Oct. 29-Michigan defeats Illinois,
3-0.
(To be concluded tomorrow)
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Sude nts Supply Store
1111 South University Ave.
Stationery Fountain Pens
Loose Leaf Note Books
Cameras and Supplies
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