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October 17, 1922 - Image 5

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Winter will discuss "Some I

Barbour residence. Every member is
(requested to be present.

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WOMAN'S LEAGUE UIVEN CHARGE i
OF TICKET SALE 'WHICH
OPENS TOMORROW
Returns from the Michigan-Ohio
State game next Saturday will be
shown in Hill auditorium on the grid"
graph in a similar manner as was.
the Vanderbilt game last week, was
the announcement made by Paul A.
Leidy, '09, of the Alumni association,
last night.
The ticket, sale, which is being han-
dled entirely by the Women's league,
wil begin tomorrow and students
may procure their seats now at the
Union, Alumni association, Huston's,
Wahr's, Graham's, or at Barbour,
gymnasium.
A slight raise has been made in
the admission price in order to enable
the association to cover all expenses
of the board; operators and special
wire. Tickets will be sold for 50
cents with a share of the proceeds,
going to the Women's league.
The Alumni association is welld
pleased with the showing made by
the board last Saturday. If the grid-
graph proves itself practical in the
future it will be bought by the as-
sociation and kept at the University
to be used at all of Michigan's out-
side games.
SKUTER OUTLIES HULES
TO POSTER CONTESTATS

SU I I I I IU U 11LU U LI1Manuscripts for the Junior Girls'
Iplay are due Oct. 25. They may be
(py eu c2. embMsubmitted to Helen Delbridge on or
before that date.
Application blanks for membership A telephone has been installed in
in the Press Club of Chicago for the the office of the executive secretary of
coming year, have brn iireceived by the undergraduate campaign for the
those who have been members of that University of Michigan League. The
organization previously and by some number is 304$-M.
who seek admittance either as active'
or as associate members"of this news- Dean Hamilton has issued invita-
papermen's club. tions to the house presidents of the
With the application blanks for dormitories, sororities, and league
membership, have also been received houses for a supper to be given at
announcements of the names of prom- 5:30 o'clock tonight in Barbour gym-
inent national and international speak- nasium.
ers who will adress the meetings of
the club during the coming year. Both old and new members of the
those who have consented to appear University Girls' Glee club will be in-
before the club in the near future, are: formed of the first meeting this week.
President Harding; M. Georges Cle-
menceau, former prime minister of Stylus will meet at 7:30 o'clock
France; Hon. Homer Mercier, minis- Tuesday evening, Oct. 17, at the Gam-
ter of Lands and Forests of the Pro-, ma Phi Beta house.
vince of Quebec, Canada; and' C. H.
Markham, president of tle Illinois The second hygiene lecture will be
Central Railroad company. given at 4 o'clock this afternoon at
Senator Borah, of Idaho, has already Barbour gymnasium. All freshmen
addressed the club on "The Recogni- and entering sophomores are requir-
tion of Russia," and Governor H. J. ed to attend.
Allen, of Kansas, on "The St. Law-
rence Seaway and Water Transporta- Phi Lambda Theta, girls' honorary
tion." educational society, will meet at 8
"Any reputable man,"- according to ocoktmro vnna es
the announcement, may become a o'clock tomorrow evening, at Betsy
member of~ the Press club of Chicago,
but active membership is confined tojony t sei th n w pa r p of -
only those in the newspaper profes- 'V R I Y S
sion and allied callings.AS
An invitation is extended by the
Press club to all newspapermen, to
make the club's rooms their head All Kinds of At]
quarters at all times When visiting
Chicago. The club is located at 155
North Clark street, in the same build-
ing where the Chicago offices of the SPEC
Associated Press are. GOLF AND SI
FRESHMEN BEGIN $4
GYM WORKTODAY COMPLETE GYM SUI

Tryouts for Mummers will be held
from 3 to 5:30 o'clock on Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday in Sarah
Caswell Angell hall. Tryouts are re;
quested to come prepared to give a
reading. I
Michigan -Dames will meet at 8

'23L, of Wahoo, Nebraska. The wed-
ding will take place following Miss
Green's graduation.
Campus Trees Receive Trimming
Campus trees which are in bad con-
dition are receiving a thorough trim-
ming and all branches which are
dead or are retarding the growth of
the trees are being cut down. The
work is under the direction of the

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Quality Shoe Repairing
WE -CALL FOR AND DELIVER
YOUR SHOES
529 S. ASHLEY
PHONE 1830-J

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OHOP SUEY - STEAKI
Everything good at
Ann Arbor Chop Suey
314 S. State-Second Floor

o'clock Tuesday evening at Newberry buildings and grounds department of
hall. Only wives of students are the University.
eligible.
Corduroy Coats $6.50 up. Wild and
Today's rehearsals for "The Knight Co.-Adv.
of the Burning Pestle' have been
changed from the schedule previous- Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50.
ly announced and will be held as fol-
lows: At 2' o'clock, Act. I-scenes 1
and 2; 3 o'clock, Act II-scenes 1, 3,
7; 4 o'clock, Act I-scene 4, Act II-
scenes 2, 3, 5;'6.
League Asks For Bazaar Donations All students
Work has already been commenced
and plans are in order to make the interested in
Women's League Christmas bazaar
this year larger than it was last year.
This means that more donations from formin
the women will be needed and the
committee in charge has made the re- na
quest that houses start planning non-partisan
on their work as soon as possible so Fer
that they will not be short of ma- Fe ris-for-
terial to dispose of at that time.

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Students Announce Engagement
Announcement has been made of the
engagement of Ruby Green, 024, of
Wichita, Kansas, to C. F. Galoway,

oenator uiuD
meet tonight
at 7:30 in,

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PORT SHOP

Room 318,
Michigan
Union.,

NorokCoat,
A Norfolk coat is something
every well - dressed man
should have. It buttons high
anti the lapels are short. The
coat hangs nearly straight
and is finished with an all
'round belt and patch pock-
ets.
One of the styles we are
making in our own shop.

DIRECTOR
ROLE

ALSO REQUESTS COMIC
TRYOUTS FOR 192,
OPJiRA

Contestants in the 1923 Michigan
Union opera, "In and Out," poster com-
petition mret with Mr. E. Mortimer
Shuter, director of theropera,and Sid-
ney Sarashon, '23, yesterday afternoon
at the Mimes theater.; Rules were ex-

hletic Equipment
IALS
PORT OXFORD
.95
IT INCLUDING SHOES
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and an enjoyable-
time assured.

WILD & COMPANY

plained to the men present and the F
new production outlined for them. Freshman gymnasium classes will
All posters must be submitted by start today in Waterman gymnasium
Oct- 30, must be approximately 19 by under the direction of Dr. George A.
14 inches in size, and must include no May. Dr. May wishes ;to especially
more than three colors. At the end of emphasize the fact that no men will
the period assigned, all the posters be excused from gym classes to take
will' be judged by a committee, to be part in cross country,,.rack, or oth-
appointed, which will include Mr. Shut- er activities without special permis-
er, and Frank Camp, '23E, generalsmon from him.
chairman of this year's opera, and two This year only a few football men
or three other men. will be excused from gym at the start,
rthre oer ment, rsand all others will be expected to re-
The director of the opera is finding port at their regular period starting
some difficulty in obtaining a man to today. All freshmen having Tuesday-
play the part of the maid, a comic role, Thursday classes will meet this after-
in the new production. This role re- noon, while Monday-Friday sections
sembles the one played by May Vokes will meet for the first time Friday aft-
in the original production of "The ernoon.
Bat," and requires a man who will fit Men wishing to ' out for cross
well into the part. Men who wish country will report at their classes at
to try out for this part in the opera fth~e beginning .of, the _hour. In add!-
cast should report to Mr: Shuter at the fionto running the two days o their
theater as soon as possible. classes, cross country men will have

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RESE ARCH
ASSEMBLE

CLUB
TONIGHT

Meeting for the first time this year
the University Research club will as-
semble at 8 o'clock Wednesday eve-
nlng in the Histological Laboratory of
thew Medical school. Election of offi-
cers will be held and plans for the
ensuing year will be discussed in-
formally. A 'report of progress in
papyrus and manuscript research by'
Professors Campbell, Bonner and J.
G. Winter will complete the evening's
program.
Professor Bonner will talk 'on "A
Papyrus of Diescorides on Materia
Medica and two Manuscripts of the

an extra class Wednesday afternoon.
Spanish Club Selects Speaker
La Sociedad Hispanica has chosen
Antonio Garcia Solalinde as the
speaker for their;first lecture which
will be held in Tappan hall on the
evening of Oct. 19. This illustrated
lecture is the first of a series of seven4
which will be, given by the Spanish
society. The lectures will all be in
Spanish. The price for the course of
lectures is 50 cents.
Corduroy Coats $6.50 up. Wild and{
Co.-Adv.
Try a "Daily" liner if you want to
get real results.-Adv.

FREE'
EACH DAY AT 5:45 A
$3.25 MEAL TICKET
AT
THE UTOPIAN CAFETERIA
1219 S. UNIVERSITY
THE ENGINEERING ARCH IS A BLOCK
AND A HALF WEST FROM US

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fun to make now and begin to grow priceless in
your Senior year.

Pictures about'the Campus--
your classmates, fo r example,
with their snug sombreros that
grow smaller with each rain--are

Picture-making the KODAK way is easy and enjoyable.
we'll show you.
TA3LAZO 19 .
719 N. UNIVEILSITY

Come in and

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and quickly.
The most complete of all portable type-
writers -because it has the Standard Key
board and many other "big ma-
chine"features. Yet it's so small tht
it fits in a case only 4 inches high.
Price, complete with case, $60.

"Tom WYe" Coats and Sweaters

LEATHER JACKETS, VESTS, HUNTING COATS, ETC.

We are Offreing Exceptional Values in Men's Oxfords
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Blanket and 0. D. Wool Army Shirts

These come in both black and brown, and are made of Nor-
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Conservative Collegiate Models now worn by men.

LET US SHOW THEM TO YOU

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STACY R. BLACK, Local Agent
432 Thompson St.
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