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THE MICH

AN DAILY

GOING ON

ICE-Copy for this column should
Isubmitted by i :30 o'clock of
oe day before publication.)
SUNDAY
s-InrriyMn' il ltsets in Upper room, Lane hall. '
'-Openi forum at Congregationalt"
lurch.
O---Student class, Church of Christ,,
Bets in Upper room, Lane hall.
0--Stuidenit Bible classes meet in
esley hall.
--Open house at Wlesley ball.
-Russia n Vesper service at St.
Arm's church.'
-Talk to young people at +Con-
,egational church.
-Discussion and social ho~ur for
idents at Presbyterian church.
-Scalpa and Blade miefs in Tap
omn of the Union.
-Russian chorus at Episcopal
ident supper at Harris hall.
-Wesleyan guild meets in Methy

Firasid.e clhat, Congre.
ch; electioni of officers.l
I Blade meetsi in room

il 0 0 -Y W ,C . A . In sta lla tio n o o fi + - J 'T S C C A A T !)i Im r ~n m m F DE N G IN E E R S m m i D I IIIPT ick e ts m a y b e b ta in ed in th e c o t- D o y u u se e a N w e ry h l .la sV ' ) of I N Ciie s f t e n i e ri g b il i ga dsi, lsue.Ol - A l h a p aP i i n ri nMSCINUt
room 319 of the Union., V ~3 .I1V~ Ia rnni ai at 5 and 5:30 o'clock Tuesday after- w" ,. ,~.................
6:0All ..eAt, i<Smoker 1n I _assemblyi 1 anL
6101fi H EJO A S~1~)JI iiu L ,It~qi~enior engineers will hold their annoon fr, the danm. J. 1. Mack is;,,,i- I
hall fteUin hoea ie B chairman- in charge of the outing
thae atrte mkrfo eis u. (Clemns' Sixth ]recial n____iual spring outing Tuesday at Bar 9$Stis 'ith. exra Trouers
only. Modern songs compose the Progi-ainPAySS ESOLC1'IONS ASE!NkG FOi? ton Dam. Many novelties are on the lI
318 of the Union. Ising :in the sixth concert of her his- -Adv N ADNX lrga oretranmn nldigiWISISSo.IREIINI -~tea ttL t
6 'QIiiliaia.iiiri omwihMdm lr ln n ilFALL, track events, centipede races, canoe kAc,{..,....v
1 6:30-A.,S& C. E. dinner ht room 323 toric song cycle at 8 o'clock tomor- tlig n aealgie.Tedc ______________________
of0'~afrr thebmeUnionro. I rnigd hi Poattniaelte audi BlaHawResolutions uhave ybeen asebytetrical and chenmical and the mechani- I RIIII1lIIIIIIII1liui1s1iu1iaiIIIIIIIIIIIh1tlJ
7 00-ayacr'clbmet i ro Icuddintispoga ae h rd- lckHwkcunyAlumni ssdas socia- ical and civil engineers will hook upl DOROTHY BII. s
304. of the Union. caels of modern music, the men who tion stating thatF. alumni associations in a double header. Refreshments and I'I' T S ri acier FuW
:00-Glee club meets In reading room have sought to revolutionize the form in the state of Iowa are desirous of: 1b heR . .an spo1I1 hROPRACTOR J DERi
o' the Union.' -Schonberg, Pfitzner, Steger, Chaus- having the Michigan band at the Mich- 1 more bands will add to the fun. 06 1st Nat'l Thank lhI' ^1SI iL!)TA $fRV,1-0,k;iPhLopl fS.Jh on ae n ebsei h
"ga-oagmnetfl, SpehsadsoiswnuptepoI orl"pm. Poe413meetF in the Upper roomn Lane hall. seventh proram whihll n 0h heBakHwkcutIoa1l
meets cycle WednesdayetsIn eveningWedneadameveingnMdassociationi111is1uparticularly111be-11__________i
reading room of the Union.,
Clemens will sing songs of ome ot hind the movement. It has voted toit
:~l-Sainaw lubmees ii ~OOitthe most orthodox moderns, Hugo defray some of the expenses of the-
302 of the Union. Wolf , Richard Strauss, Gustav Mab I band in making the trip. Alumni in
7 :30-Les Voyageurs meets In room len and Ottorino Respighi. that section of the -ountry, the asso-L L
306 of the Union. The sixth program is as follows: ciation states, have not had the op -I
7 :30 -Fresh air camp meeting In room .Cotnt)f eigtefotalta
304 of the Union. otnt fsengtefobl emur cusatomers look upon this as one of the greatest a-
Debussey, Je Tremble En. Voyant Iin action without journeying- out of stwe ae
U-.NOIcES Ton Visage; Debussey, Cheveaux Doe sai 1yasadi ser-We rein rmu hyaeawy sue fPrt
Sno iom feno pyae tBois; Debussey, La Chevelure; Debu s- estly urged that none of the elements; hnodrn rm Ete r lay sle IPrt
Senoy, L MdfoenoPpyaleatthat go to make a great football game~
trea surer's office awillobe lacking atandwQuCltt,
Tomorrow is the day for sophomores wilb}lcigatIw Ct.- We buy only the highest grade product and thenr clean it
to "weigh in" at Dec. May's office Ravel, La Sainte;. Ravel, Chanson- NZ~
from 3 to. 6 o'clock. Freshmen De La Mlariee; iChausson, Nann;j Look over the values in the cassi- b
",fes-d:weigh in" at, the same hours on (Chausson, Papillons. ,fes-dv _____ PASTEURIZATION
Tuesday. I 1H j "Most Efficin Process, Known"
Tryouts for Mies tournament at 7:80 . Reger, Das Dorf; Reger,De 1llllll11911ii111!111111.
tomorrow night' at the Minies the"-' T'raum; Reger, Wiegenlied ; Schon-= I1i -M/
Tryouts' wanted for Intramunral acti., led Meiner Trochter; Pfitzner, Ich Hr f h " L1Pu airy Go.
ities for next year. Report to the Zln Vogleinn Locken; Pfitzner; Gretel. K 1 Ask For r140011 - The Cho~tcolte Dairy Dink
Intramural office. LVW
- laSaSimesn;Bigsl II iilli1111111111111I11111111111111111119111iN191Rigar, Sea1116Sluinbersong;11191Bri11ge,~l 231E1111U .
SHealth Service Serves 627,PatA*nts Love Went A Riding; Carpenter, The ;
Since the establishment of the in- Sleep That Flits on Baby's Eyes;, Mrs =
tirmary service with its 19 beds at the H.1H. A. Beach, The Year's at the - Creanm of Tomato
University Health service last fall 627 Spring; L. G. Mason, Reques; Hr- - WeSOPIGAG
patients have been handied there, atto Parker Bove Is a Scknes;Hor- Oive DelTyOIThe
Health service officials say. There atlo 'Parker, The Lark Now Leaves I-___
Sare at present ten infirmary patients, His Watery Ne-st.= Prime Rib Roast Beef Aujus O
though, during the year the number' Roast Young Chicken with- "FOOTW EAR O QUALITY
has averaged cloe to 17. "ACRES OF DIAMONDS," Jcture byI- resin
I~ Aubry Roberts,, '23Ed., Wednesday' Asparagus Tips on Toast
Soph Engineers to '.feet' Tomorrow 8 P. M. Lane Hall 35c.-Adv. Ms Potatoes'11 IA1V
"Sophpmore engineers will holda __Head__Lettuce__and_ R l d omt
class meeting at 11 o'clock tomorrow. __________________ Ha etueaS led Tmt
morning In room 348 of the Engineer-___-
ing building. DESSERT =
HomeMadeAppl PieFor Street or Sportswear
_________________ THAW OLD COAT AND 'VEST Strawberry Shortcake with-
PulWeIf ainlmaaie 1TH NEW TROUSERS OF . Whipped Cream
established over, 40 years, desires TE AD PATEN ILIStaber=SnaePriced at j$1.00 to $14.00l
to~~~~~~~~~~ gtitocwihprywocn ADATEN I-Vanilla Ice Cream
togtintuh ihpat-hocnI Bring in a sample or wst of that Tea Coffee Milk .,
invest or who can assist in raising old discarded sut. We will "--_v
capital for expansion. This is a6 match the goods and mnake a j
cue2n ctveiners I aPnga Me.u.PriiateB1n.ue Hal
unusually fine opportunity to sei- fi* pair of trousers to your 1 o2P .Pie$1 0 .
zinc with a background of, many, Sample and Prices Submitted t
years of achievement. Fpr full for Your Approval I
particulars -address' n EMira Pair of Trousers Will IIIIITC
i " A ILES ok Yoptr Old Sit a New One. V I L L I T"~
Ne okAhei lb1 .W ET O- NICKELS ARCADE ANN ,ARBOI
58 West 58th St. New York, Ni.. et, to -Wnertht Theatre Poe1J255 tt

kks att Universityi
itorium.

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MONDOAY ..
of freshman rhetoric
I game, Iowa vs. Micah-,
field.
tions banquet in the' as-
of the Union.
ge club dinner In room
Jnion.
TUESDAY
I faculty lunchecon In
ing room of the Union.
Kappa Psi meet'ing in
A he Union.

elta Sigma nicting
the Union.

fin

.Y HONE coomINo

HEPLER'S
STUDENT
LUNCH

409 FIST JEFFERSON ST.

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The students of the University last
year mantained 'a camp.0 for poor
kiddies with great success., They
will do it again- if you wiii give your

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Every Michigan man, andwoman
should do xhibt to gi te keiddies
a taste of the great ocut-of-dors 1in
a real vacation camp this summer.
You may not know how much it
means in the life of these -voung-

have-

four Hundred Happy

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This Summer'-

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No one is asked to give much-
Tag Day is Thursday -Buy
_A Tag For 50c - Help the Kids!

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