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the yearlings som e of the m ore ims- p r e t f a u s of e i u l e an
instructs thei- on the nmanner of be-
Vhavior in cases prann to thiem.

VISITrNG EDITORS
I]iNEED ROOMS

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UILDING OF G--IANT ,Uo.S. DI I I -RLI

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An almanac that gives a day to dayj The press club housing committee
progress of the University and of all' reports that they will be able to fill
great events connected with it is al1 more rooms with visiting newspaperl
so included in the issue.; editors Oct . 26-28.
-- - Landladies having vacant rooms are
AT THE T EA TERS estd to telephone J. A. Burs-ley, I
THEDea ofStudents, promptly, in orderI
that the visiting newspaper men mayf
A'r 1I'1 N EYbe assigned to quarters in adlvance of
WHINEYtheir arrival. If this is done the
i ,,, housing commttee will be materially
thlen 'Lightnin" flashed upon as;sisted in its work, it is said.
Broad way more than four years ago, _______
an overnight hit at the Gaiety theater, Wear your tags today. .
i t ie. long run record of the famed play-
1 r.entad wanis held by "A'Trip to China RIDER'S PEN SHOP
tcwm'<ta! For Expert
town." The 6,W perfiormances re ist- I
ered by thl i loyt farce hadl stood for
ayyepar ,,s asthe high imark for -the 308 ~Se.,State St.
ti~C f bX fh~ rr lart21Z-HOUR SE&RVICE - FAIR PRICES
At the conclusion of its, three years',_______________________
run at the Gaiety, 'Lgti"' had 1291 ___ ___
r .osrrnances to its cr(edit---a record ---- ----~ _ _
that E:ill probably stand for all time.
Nowr in its second year at theBlc-o elosrt
stone htheater, it also stands as Chi- I Otju R BURNHII FACIAL~S ;
cago's long ril c han?)io. . we will
XUhcn igti' is presuted at theI . GIVE ONE FREE
Whitney tU atc, Friday and Saturday,
Oct. 20 and 21, with a matinee on Sat- 11 ith evecry two dollars' worth
iir ==y, pl hygoers will find in its hearl. cof Cosmietics purchased duringthosadgnlfureoswyit Otbr
=l.as broken so many records. STODDARD H"AIR SHOP =
The cast to be seen here is a specilPhON'IfIE 2
one headed by Tomas Jefferson, Bus-
sie Bacon, Chai-les Evans and Ida St. -......,.........................
edl for engagements in Detroit, Kan D RS!A rA-fM
sas (Iity, i'Iiiakee and other large PESNA1'TINR
cities. PRINTED OR ]BLANK

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; taflan airsh~j %ip wih will be 1mo(del for American "airplane iiothecr tship ," and Umb'i;3Er o NOWltalian'exlper',w~
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Umberto Nlclole, Italian air expert, has arrived in the I'nited State o cdirct thne ccnru 4ion of a main-
mnoth mother sip)-f Ae air which will make it possible to launch planeis fro I i Th, dir;igile wbiie at full speed.
Thec ship will be modeled after one designed by Nobile, for the Itali , g over niineat. The big ship will bIe 1~pilt b)y
Goodyear at. Akron, Ohiov

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HOOER AUSHDING
GOVERMENT INSPEECH
4 EXfP. I '\1)irRS .REMCEP) AND
NATAL WAR AVERTEID'
SECRETARY SAYS
(By Associated Press)
Grand Rapids, Oct. 17.-What was
termed 18 months of business of gov-
ernment under the Harding- adminis-
tration was reviewed here tonight in
an address by Secretary of Commerce
Hoover. tecm
Of the armas conference
mere# seretary saic]) b ad sue d
in not only reducing''h nyes of te
wort ° ut' had "se.9ot,
standiiig dngers i4 ;oiw gedrahonr; !
naval rivalry with 'E1nglaikd and tzel
risin c n it with..u Mp; f ,;.}q (
be attackdd was he edcion of gov-
ernmnenta1 exenditures and taxes,"
continued Mr. Hoover, "as a result of~
Thammering fr ecnom in every di-
rection the1 kpend tures of the fed-
oral government have :keen ,rduced I
enormously."
HONOR SYSTEMN LAN
' Expressing the hope taat the hnor
system may becomne a tradition in te
Engineeringr college through the co-
operation, of the 'students in every de-
partmnent of the school, Prof. H. C.
Anderson of the department" of pie-
chaical1 engineering, disussed the
workings of the system before the
initial meeting of the Engiieering soc-
ety Tuesday night at the Union. Other,
features of the evenin' s program
were the announcement of the so-
ial program f the year, and the elec-
tion of Richard Krause, 124E, to the,
office of vie-presdent.
Professor rAdeon stressed ,the
necessity of eating te incoing
"class tp, the s ~t a,1 and urtgd ta
Ethe. freshmnen Ahe, lnfrmedlthat they
are here t, be co~sidere as mne.'
Hie said that t1ae, faculty as a. whole
were 'heartly Fl °favor of the move-
ment.
ldenbrs _61 the society expressed
theselves .sbeing heartily in favor
of obtainlg ~ie in the different fields
of engin# ring ;to speak before the or-
iganizatiOii T,
Radio to eprt 0.'.S. U. (Cae
Play by play radio reports of the
0. S. U.-Michigan football game will
be broadcasted directly from the field
next Saturday. The R. 0. T. C. unit
of 0. S. U. has secured a new set'
with a 500-watt output, and a. wave!
length of between 360 and 375 metres,
which will be used. If the conditions
are at all favorable the reports should
bye receivedwith ease in Ann Arbor.
CORRECTION
Wesey~L.Nutten, r, 23L, and not
W, esley 1a, Newton, was included
among thy' men initiated into Bars-
ters, senior law. honorary society,
Tuesday .'
Leta "Daily" classified 'ad rent that
vacant room for you.-Adv.
WevourI V 11'tws today.

MONTH'S GA LG YLE OUT

LYCEUM (COLlLTIBUS, 0.)
The Lyceum theater in Columbus,
O., is going tc (d0 its share to help en-
testain Michigan rooters when they, go
to help dedicate the stadium at Ohio
State university Saturday, and' an-1

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principal ideas of, the:-,;number, the inzTe t rnitEs'. club.; of like tia-' will be given on Saturday evening, the
initial issue of the Gargoyle, canexpus I u--e in th-e city papers. .HT is thought (" tcl 11onctescoda'91
humor magazine, will be placed on by the editors that several of the The attraction will be "Heads Up,"
sale on the campus this mor ning. 5ev- froshmon who:se efforts are published comling. to Columbus direct from
eral full page, illustrations of. various ' will be taken into so-me of these Broadway as a special attraction for
phases of campus life, are included as nietr opolitan paper clubs on the Stadium week inl Columbus. The man-
wellas coore coer ntiledst:rength of their 'literary work in agenmient has announceed that Saturday
wellm anacoored cve nttldthieGargoyle. evening will be "college night" and
,-R-_m:and Bored"eshma Primer" points out to the lid will be off.

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STANDARD PRINTING 0O.
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literary geniuses in the realms of~
po-etry and prose are published in the
page devoted to the "Fros'h Club". I
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