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OPPICIAL BULLETIN
the Bulletin is constructive notice to all members of
Copy received until 3:30 p. m. (11:30 a. m. Saturday.)
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1922 NniiNber 12

THE FIRST WOMAN SENA TOR---

Announcing to my friends and pat-
rons that I am still doing business at
my U. of M. Barber Shop as always at
1110 So. University. J. R. Trojanow-
ski.-Adv.
Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50.

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Your name neatly embossed 1
on all
P E N S
Purchased at
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
308 So. State St.

gold

DR. W. S. MILLS
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
616 First Nat'i Bk. Bldg.
Office Hours Phone
9-12; 1:804 321-Ft

tion in
versity.
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Aftion of War Portraits:
rnder the auspices of the Ann Arbor Art Association an exhibition of
raits of American and allied war leaders is being held from 1:30 to 5
daily, from Oct. 5 to Oct. 26, in the West Gallery of Alumni Memorial
BRUCE M. DONALDSON.
rye Officers' Training Corps:
'he following class rooms in Military Science are announced. All rooms
i the Engineering Building unless otherwise stated.

IT HAS, COME

That TEXT BOOK you couldn't get
last week

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Section II,
Section I,
Section I,
Section II,
section I,
Section II,

MQNDAY
9 o'clock, room R. 0. T. C.
1 o'clock, room 222.
11 o'clock, room 220.
9 o'clock, room 105.
1 o'clock, room 105.
1 o'clock, robm 330.
3 o'clock, room 330.
ROBERT ARTHUR.

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UNIVERSITY
BOOKSTORE

"A Michigan Institution"

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United States Civil Service Examination:
There are vacancies in the Bureau of Standards, Washington D. C., for
Junior Engineers, Junior Physicists and Junior Technologists in the follow-
ing branches of engineering: Electrical, Mechanical, Civil, Chemical, Ce-
ramic, Radio and Engineering of Materials. Those interested see copy of
the announcement of examination on the Aero bulletin board (next to door
of Room 341 Engineering Building) and are requested to leave their names
and addresses with me in my office, Room 341.
F. W. PAWLOWSKI.
Senior Civil Engikeers:
. The annual Inspection Trip for Senior Civils will occur on Thursday
and Friday, Oct. 19 and 20. The Department of Civil Engineering urges all
who can do so to participate.
The following places will be visited:
Geddes Hydro-Electric Plant on Huron River.
Municipal Asphalt Plant, Detroit.
Connors Creek Sewer Construction, Detroit.
Connors Creek Power Plant, Detroit.
Detroit Filtration Plant, Detroit.
Belle Isle Bridge Construction, Detroit.
Cherry Stree~t Bridge, Toledo.
Fire Service Station, Toledo.
American Bridge Company, Toledo Plant.
New York Central R. R. Yards, Toledo.
Toledo,Filtration Plant, Toledo.
HockingValley R. R. Coal Docks, Toledo.
The . cost of, the trip, including transportation, meals, and lodging
should not exceed $13.00. Students intending to go should sign the list in
Room 322 Engineering Building, so that proper provision for the group can
be arranged. J. H. CISSEL.
M1asques' Tryouts:
Tryouts for Masques' annual play, "The Knight of the Burning Pestle,"
will be held in.Sarah Caswell Hall, Saturday; Oct 7, from 10 to 12 a. in. and
Monday, Oct. 9, from 4 to 6. Only members are eligible.
J. RALEIGH NELSON.

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RIDI"NG BREECHES

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Knickers and
Knicker Suits

Mrs. " , Flfo

WHAT'S GOING ON

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SATURDAY
2:30-Varsity band leaves Lane hall
for game. Uniform; civilian suits
and caps. 0
3:00-Michigan-Case football game at
Ferry Field.
7:30-Craftsmen club smoker for all.
student Masons at Masonic temple.
7 :30-Greater Newark club of New
Jersey meets in room 302, Union.
All New Jersey men invited.

SUNDAY
10 :30-ecting. of the Bayonne club
in room~ 302 of the Union.
12 :00-Dr. D. W. Henderson speaks at
The Presbyterian church on "What
We Know About the New Testa-
ment.
12:00-Baptist ruIld meets in Guild
house across the strect from the
Baptist church. All s'.u lonts ,nvit-
ed.
3:00-Jewish Studen' e grcgation
meets in Lane hail aitorium1.
8:00-Presbyteri┬░n -ow:me-; nleet
at interurann rV' t "r trip to
Christian L zdca mL rrally ini De-
troz:
3:30--Seclal li I Pr'shy criin
churci. e - i ,r- ircl-.
6:00-1~th tisl gt w ' hr m sur
in Baptist. i'.I.I..2;uet
will be , erveJ.
6:30--Bapis ,4,T , W - 1 -sion
meeting at the ch urT1. A ir. W. Ray
Congdon, leader, on "The Cu iul Tel-
escope."

6:30-Young People's meeting at
Presbyterian church, leader, Lila
Mergard, '23. "The Folly of Procras-
tination."
6:30-Y.P.R.U. meeting at Unitarian
church. Prof. Leroy Waterman will
speak on "The Message of the Old
Testament."
U-NOTICES
Camp Davis men may secure prints
of pictures taken this summer by
calling at the surveying depart-
ment and ordering them.
There is an exhibition of portraits of
leaders of the war in Alumni Mem-
orial hall daily from 2 to 5 o'clock.
This is given under the auspices of
the Ann Arbor Art association.
All Pr esbyterian students are invited
to attend a young People's rally
Sunday night at the Jefferson Ave-
nue Presbyterian Church. A specila
car will be atached to the 3:00 o'-
clock afternoon interurban. Round-
trip tickets at $1:00 each may be
obtained from Mr. Lewis C. Reimann
any time before the car leaves. The
return trip will be made on thein-'
terurban leaving Detroit at 9:50
Sunday night.
STUDENT MASONS ALL OUT MA-
SONIC TEMPLE 7:30 TONIGHT. Adv.
RIDEW'S PEN SHOP
808 S. State St.
FOR
Holds a barrel full of ink,
Not a barrel full of trouble
From Factory Direct to You.

Atlanta, Ga., Oct. .-A woman now
is a member of the highest law mak-
ing body in the country-the United
States senate.
She's Mrs. W. H. Felton ,eighty-
seven and the oldest active suffrage
worker in the nation ,appointed by
Gov. Thomas Hardwick of Georgia,
as the successor to the late Senator
Tom Watson.j
But Mrs. Felton. will never sit in
the senate chamber during a session
of the solous, for her appointment1
expires in November, when a success-
or to Watson will be elected at the}
fall elections. 1
Mrs. Felton's appointment is mere-
ly honorary.
For years Mrs. Felton !has been
active in political and suffrage cir-
cles. In 1912 she was a delegate to
the Bull Moose convention in Chicago,
and she has since held several stato
posts.
Mrs. Felton was born in De Kalb
county in June, 1835, and she married
Dr. W. H. Felton in 1853. She has
been a widow since 1909.
GARRiCK-NIGHTS'- c to $2.5
SAT. MAT. 50c to $2.001
MAX SPIEGEL Preser is
NORA BAYES
In TheNew Whimsical Musical Comedy
"QUEEN O' HEARTS5"

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Lunches Packed
Special Services for
Parties

Sweaters, Knit Coats and Vests in every style at lowest prices.
CRAVENETTES, RAIN COATS, TWEED AND CORD TOP COATS, LEATH-
ER JACKETS, ETC.
Regulation 0. D. Wool Army Shirts, Dress Shirts, Underwear, Hosiery,
Gloves, Wool Blankets and Robes.
Leather Brief and Music Cases and Boston Bags

Simultaneously with the announce-
ment of Mrs. Felton's appointment,
H4ardwick announced tht he would be
a candidate for the seat at the fall
primnaries.
Michigan Daily and Chim* for $4.50.

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Surplus

Supplies

store-

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TOM WYE COATS

213 N. Fourth Ave
"IT PAYS TO WALK A FEW BLOCKS"

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Dinners by A ppointmnt
:-: OPEN ALL HOURS,-:
Phone 591-W
225 SOUTH THAYER STREET

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We are headquarters for Sport, Hiking and Riding Togs for
Ladies and Men and have them in a large assortment in selected ma-
terials as Serge, Tweed, Corduroy, Jersey, Whipcord, Khaki, etc. Al-
so Sport Hose, Leather and Wrap Puttees, High-Top Shoes, Pack
Shu, etc.

Extra Concert Series

Michigan Daily

and Chimes for $4.50.

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In Hill Auditorium, Ann Arbor

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What-

Accessories

Where- 200 E. Huron

Oct. 3o=-Ina Bourskaya,

Russian
Soprano

Prlma donna with the Metropolitan and Chicago Opera Companies..
with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Ossip Gabrilowitsch, Conductor.

Soloist

When-
Who-

8. a. m. to 9p.m.

RICHARDS

Nov. 20==Raoul Vidas,

French
Violinist

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LAUNDRY CASES
VAN BOVEN AND CRESS
1107 SOUTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE

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A brilliant and fiery virtuoso who has won great admiration. Soloist with the
Detroit Symphony Orchestra in a strictly. popular program, Victor Kolar, Conducting.
Dec. 4-Alfred Cortot, French
Pianist
This artist has made a profound ,impression and is called "A Second Fader-
ewski." His recitals are master-pieces of pianistic art.

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n5Kary MisAmerican
Jan. 1.5 _=Kathryfl LTMeIs, Contralto

Chokers!

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The great success of this fine artist at the last Jay Festival is responsible
for her second Ann Arbor engagement. She is a magnificent singer and possehses
unusual talent. Soloist with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra in a strictly popular
program, Victor Kolar, Conducting.

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This is one of the greatest collections of chokers
we have ever seen gathered together.
You may select from squirrel, stone marten,
Hudson Bay sable, fox, kolinsky, platinum fox
or opossum chokers.
No matter what you wish to pay for a choker
or what style you prefer, you will certainly
find here one that you like.

am.onthl, .
bins this Corona

Feb. 19 =Maurice Dumesnil,

French
Pianist

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This brilliant artist has made a most enviable record throughout Europe and
in South America where he gave 158 concerts last season. Soloist with the Detroit
Symphony Orchestra, Ossip Gabrilowitsch, Conductor.
COURSE TICKETS may be ordered by mail (selected in order of receipt). at
$2.00, $3.00, $4.00, $5.00.
Concerts begin at 8 o'clock sharp Eastern Standard Time. Special interurban cars leave
hall after all concerts."

Corona is the original portable typewriter with the
exclusive patended folding feature-the most convenient
typewriter in the world.
y Writes in sight. 4. Withstands the knocks
2. Weighs but 61/2 lbs. and bumps of travel.
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