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2TOBER 10, 1922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Resident Poet Who Comes Back.
To Ann Arbor For Another-

Year

FRESHMAN GYMNASIUM
CLASSES START OCT, 17
DIi. MAY REQUESTS THAT FROSH
SECURE GYM LOCKERS
IMMEDIATELY
First. year men who have not yet
signed up in the office of the director
of physical training and made known
their selection of a gymnasium class
hour are requested to do so at once
as classes are to start on October 17.
and ihe director hopes to have every-
thing in readiness by that time- Lock-
ers sho:ild be obtained from the office
of the Trea'surer before that time.
Dr. George May, director of Water-
man gymnasium, is very anxious to
have a large attendancebat this first
class as hc expects to begin a series
of efficiency tests then, to test the in-
dividualĀ° ability of each member of
the class in the fundamental exercises
Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50.

of running, jumping, throwing, and
climbing.
A distinct change in the policy of
the department in the matter of ex-
cusing such men who wish to go out
for the Varsity sports such as track,
cross country, fooiball and basketball,
has been necessitated by the attitude
of the freshmen heretofore. Only
those who first show the ability and
the enthusiasm essential to a Varsity
athlete will be excused from gymnas-
ium classes.
FIRST MEETING OF
LEGION TOMORROW
,Organization of the University post
of the American Legion for this year
has been perfected and the post will
hold its first genral meeting at 8.
o'clock tomorrow night at the Union..
R. W. Hastings, '22, is president of
the legion for the coming year, and
M. P. Rhodes, '23, has been elected
adjutant They will officiate at the
meeting Wednesday.
There are now more than 140 pres-
ent members of the local post and it

is expected that a large number of
these active members will turn out
for the meeting. Plans for the year
will be made then and events plan-
ned out for this fall. Any ex-service
man on the campus whether he be-
longs to any other post or not is
eligible to join the local organization
and is urged to turn out for the meet-
ing.
Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50.

Lose something? A classified in
the Daily will find it.-Adv.
Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50.
DR. W. S. MILLS
OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN
616 First Nat'l Bk. Bldg.
Office Hours Phone
9.12; 1:30.5 821F1

Got a room to rent? A Daily c las
fled ad will find a roomer.-Adv.
Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4
Your name neatly embossed in G
on all
PENS
Purchased at
RIDER'S PEN SHOP
$08 So. State St.

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The "Press-
Button"Filler
is concealed in-
side the barrel
where it can't
catch on cloth-
ing or spill ink.

Whgat other pen,
dare you 'lend.
to your rooun ate?
What Other Point Serves 25 Years?

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Morning, night and noon:
Coffee whose flavor
you'll recommend,5c

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ReBERT FROST'
Robert Frost, the University's ow n poet, who, having again received Ā¢the
fellowship in creative arts, will ,return here for the ensuing year.

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ENGINERS WILL MAKE
ANNUAL INSIPECTION TRIP

DETROIT AMD TOLEDO TO
PRINCIPAL OBJECTIVES
OF TOUR

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tion, American Bridge company, New
York Central yards, and the City fil-
traticn plant, all in Toledo.r
Further information regarding the
trip may be obtained from Prpf.- H.
Cissel in rooni 322 of the Engineer-
ing building.
Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50.
BE-
WELL-
GROOMED-

S good coffee one of your
cie delights? We buy a
special brand that's rather
expensive but it makes the
best coffee we know any'
thing about. Of course the
heavy cream that's used adds
immensely to the flavor. 5c
a cup.

HERZE'S a pardonable dislike to lending the ordinary fountain
pen, lest the other fellow's way of writing foul the point, or turn
it. Not so with the new Parker Duofold. This lacquer-red classic
holds its original point regardless. For this is real native Iridium,
set in extra thick gold-as smooth as a polished jewel bearing.
And weguaranteeit for wearand mechanical perfection 25 years!
And when you consider that the student averages four fountain pens a year,
you can see that the Duofold at $7 itthe most economical pen you can buy.
One Duofold will do all your four years' college work and still be good for your
life's career when you graduate.
When first you lay eyes on the black-tipped, lacquer-red Duofold, you'll
recognize.something handsomerthan gold. Its big, balancedbarreiand super-
smooth point will thrill your hand with "writing urgeI" You'll notbe surprised
that 62 men in 100 picked the Duofold first from a tray of assorted pens.
You'll see manyParker Pens at college this year. Come in and pick out the
point that suits your hand-extra fine,fine, medium,'coarse or stub. Thentake
the Duofold on 30 days'trial. Money back if you are not delighted.
lUCtKYCURVE
The 25YearPen
Duoteld Jr.s Lady Dufold 49 $
Same except for size Handbag size with gold
ring for chatelaine

Senior civil engineers of the Ui-
versity will take their annual trip of
inspection of neighboring industrial
and manufacturing concerns, Oct. 19-
20, according to Prof. J. H. Cisel of
the structural engineering depart-
mnent.They will visit Detroit and
Toledo.
The trip will be open to senior civil
engineers only, and it is expected that
approximately 75 ,men will be in-
cluded. Seventy-three men took the
trip last year. The actual expenses,
of the trip will be less than $13, and,
a deposit that will cover the costs of'
transportation will be required.,
Those in charge of the trip have so
arranged it that the actual tour of
inspection will end in Toledo Friday,
Oct. 20. It is thus planned to give
those so desiring the opportunity of
going directly to Columbus to see. the
Ohio State game on the next day.
Eleven plants are to be inspected,
six being in Detroit, and five in To-
ledo. Filtration plants, and five in To-
sewerage disposal plants predonin-
ate in those to be seen.
The following places will be visit-
ed: Geddes Hydroelectrical plant,
*Mnicipal Asphalt plant, Conners
Creek Sewer Construction, Conners
Power plant, City filtration plant, and
Belle Isle bridge, all in Detroit;
Cherry Street bridge, Fire Service sta-

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Breakfast serbed here
daily from 7:30 to 9:30

Gives that glossy, stylish- appearance
-that "classiness" desired by all,:and
to the most obstinate hair. Takes
away that dead, dry appearance, and
prevents hair from breaking off.
COSTS LITTLE - GOES FAR
MOST BARBER AND BEAUTY
SHOPS. DRUG AND DEPART-
3MENT STORES SELL IT.
THE WAUKEE COMPANY
INDIANAPOLIS

Michigan
Cafeteria,

Rider's Pen Shop
Quarry Drug Co.
A. E. Mummery
Student's SupplyI

Dawsion Bros.
Fischer's Pharmacy
Cias. Graham
Co, ;Haller & Fuller

Calkins-Fletcher Drug Co.
A. E. Crlppen
Cushing Drug Co.
Arnold & Co.

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VERSUS

Catalogue - and these

records

The Joy of Cheap Prices
NEVER EQUALS
The Bitterness of Poor Work"
CHAPTER I
Last week, the steward for one of the Fraternities on the Michigan
Campus learned by sad experience that "All that glitters is not gold."
He was a good steward, and was always on the job, serving the best
interests of his Fraternity. When any opportunities for saving a dollar pre-
sented themselves this steward pricked up his ears and listened.
A representative of another laundry called at the House soliciting busi-
ness. He was a good salesman, and was armed with a convincing argument,
"PRICE."
The "Proof of the Pudding being the Eating" the steward decided to
give the laundry a trial.
CHAPTER II
A few days later the laundry was returned. To the dismay of the con-
scientious steward the sheets and table cloths were so streaked with yellow
that they were not in fit shape to use.
What was there for the steward to do but step to the phone and call
Every piece had to be relaundered, but the second time they were done
"Right."
"The Joy of Cheap Prices never equals the Bitterness of poor work."
HOMESICK HANK,
The White Swan Crank.

"Raw Milk'

must be out of our store Satur-
day, October 14th. This will be
your, last opportunity 'to secure

It is not inecessary for

us

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to presume upon the in-
telligence of University
students.
Every well informed per-
son is fully aware of the
health protection afforded

these records.
some of them:

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88282
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88518
88563
88565
88569
89008
89123
92502
92505

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PIQUE: DAME--ES GEHT AUF MITTERNACHT ................... Destinn
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DAMON (BEKEHRTE)....... ................................ Destinn
THE HOLY CITY............................... ............Farrar
MADAM BUTTERFLY-TUTTI' I FIOR .................. Farrar and Homer
THAIS-D'ACQUA ASPERGIMI............................. Battestine-Janni
RIGOLETTO-PIANGI FANCIULLA .......................... Galvany-Ruffo
DON GIOVANNI-LA CI DAREM EN MANO .................... Pareto-Ruffo

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PHONE

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Besides the above, other numbers by these artists as
well as by Harry Lauder, Sousa's Band, Gems
from Light Operas, are being cut. Come in and
complete your record catalogue before it is too late.

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Everywhere

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