3 L~~i1 "If the Chinese would pay less at-
lowship wentl tentioin to caring for their dead and pi
who has be n more to cultivating the soil their coun- 'Bei
City Industri- tvwould not be afflicted with any ' pi,)
rrible faminef,'. said Prof. I1. F, tern
effect of s_.," 6
errick, of the enigineering depart. 6
F- xt, in sneaking before the Ann Ar- W
bor Rotarians at their regular week- Itr
ly ,uncheon held ysterday noon atcla
ipgienbyl the Chamber of Commerce. Accom-.pu
He willrr i' ying his talk with lanternislides has
o- roes Merrick( told of many 'of his
e. intereting experiences during the ofelt
CRITY j four years which he spent in the Farfirs
,, PLAYERS "O'ne of the, many eukr hnssue
that the Chinese do," he said, "is to
-Northiwest- b the bodies of the dead in cof- 1Mic
players haye built out of six inch beanlfs in
juries receiv- order to keep out the evil spirits,
eld of battle. ;while at the same time wood is so
ceive a' fied scarce in most parts of China that-
e them while 1 lmber has to be- transported many
hey may havei miles f the fu~nerals."r
treasury. Canfield 'balks in Grand Rapids
eady pouringj Prof. A. G. Canfield, of the French T
;es and other department left Friday for Grand
in the sea-' Rapids, where he will address the
Crand Rapids district teachers' asso-.
'ublhcatimn headquarters for the
,t", offical quarterly of Tau Beta
national honorary engineering fra-
pity, have been established in room
of the Engineering building. John
Ross, 23E, recently appointed edi-
and his assistants, the Michigan
.pter of the society, will resvime the'
iiation of this magazine which
not been issued since the war.
Loss~ was appointed editor-in-chief
the 'publicatton when Tau Beta Pi
d, its national convention here the
tpart of the month. The first is-
will appear in- Novrember.
igan Daily and Chimes for $4.50.
a Michigan's claimn to- the title of a
cosmopolitan instituion is well sub-.
stantiated by tie list of- foreign stu-
dents enrolled this year in- the College
of Engineering and Architectutre.
Twenty-two countries and every con-
tinent in the world are represented
by 84 foreign students entered in this
school. Canada< and China lead the
list with a respecti've enrollment of
2and 22 engineers.,
Cuba, and the
Students Annouihoe Xngigem
A n o n e e t h s b e i h e T h e ta P h i A lp h a h o u se o f t h
gagenient of Sylvia Hiosbein, e
DON'T FORGEIT THAT WE ,ARE~
Always Ready to Serve Your
Wants in Hardwareand
IF IT IS, NOT~ RIGHT, WE WILL'\
-MAK9 IT RIGHT, i
FOR YOUR OLD PEN
And yourpet ioubl.#s are over
RIDER'S. PEN SHOQP
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LARNED< HARDWARE COMPANY
+ 4 .
The lUp-to-Date Hardivare
That's All -
t . 9
GA N SLE , The Taikr
WEARING A YELLOW FLOWER TO TfIE GAME*
We'll have them. at 5Qc, 75c, $1.00.
Take an box of candy for your lady friend
and ;i pocket full of cigars for yourself
STOP ON YOUR WAY TO FERRY FIELD
WE*tQ.N BLOCK -THIS SIDE
SBlue "Front, Cigar Store,
CORNERP ACK~ARD AND. STAT
AFT~ER THE~ GAME BRING'
- Gold Inn
605 CHURkCH ST.
and you will O R RE U ATO
AS A HOST
Why Send Your, Laundry
, = .
Whien you parcels post your laundry
you ev'er stop to consider:
1. That you have to pack it into the mailing case and tak(
the Post Office? --
2. That you pay postage anywhere from 15 cents to 70 cents
3. That it causes mother no end of bother to scrub, iron and
4. Thiat she has to pack this laundry again, deliver it- to the
Awriting mnan once remarked
that the *,ayT to Spen~d your
last dime i8U0 split it 1ity-fifty
--a nickel for a loaf of bread
and a nickel for a carnation.
He had dte right slant on the
Value of =looking the part-
thouigh w fdon't recommend
carnations =for business.
and, pay more postage?.
5. That you wait days for your clean clothes to arrive?
Think it over and then phone us. No. 165.
*For mosto. us, lkoking the
dart means wearing good
clothes. It's a kind of simple
statement' tha~t we believe in
Society Brand Clothes
look just what they are
--smart raiment, so
honestly tailored that
the style will last till the
faibric gives up the ghost
WE MEND AND DARN,
GALL FOR AND
Wadhams V Company,
Two Stores: t-,;ate Street, anid Main Street
The White- Swan'
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