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R ESHME STETCH OUT

jump with the majority of the jumps
being put an inch or two over four
feet.

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liii I UL T hI IWHIL Last week the dip on the parallel
bar and the broad jump were the
l feats in which the freshmen were
Swatched.One athlete negotiated 17
dips on the parallel, exactly double
the class average. In the broad
During the present week all the jump 9 feet 3 inches took the record,
men's gymnasium classes are being while 7 feet 2 inches was the mark'
timed in their efforts to climb a tenms The first test given was in the
foot rope and their leap is recorded yard dash and chinning on the hoi-I
in the high jump. At present the zontal bar. 6 seconds flat was the
best record that has been made in the best time in the 50, the average was a
former event is 7 4-5 seconds, while full second slower. A few freshmen
reached the 20 point in chinning, one
the classes have averaged about 10 accomplished 21. This, like the dip-
seconds. Some men have taken as ping was unusual however, ,for most1
long as half a minute while still oth- of the men found difficulty with 8 or
ers have been unable to make the 9.
climb at -all. Four feet and eleven Next in the series come the shot
"inches took the prize in the high put and the gymnasium tests. The
BEGINNING CLASSES

latter will merely be a test for form
in three simple exercises, one each
on the parallel and horizontal bars,
and one on the horses. When these
are finished only the half mile and
baseball throw will remain, which
will follow right in line, according to
present plans.

all classes of all schools and colleges
on the campus in room 302 of the
Vnion at 7:15 o'clock tomorrow night.
Class constitutions as drawn up by
the Student council will be read, and
the officers instructed in their du-
tics. Arrangements for a permanent
organization of class officers will be
discussed, as will plans for a class
dues day.
This meeting was conceived by the
Student council to promote co-opera-
tion between that body and the vari-
ous class cfficers, and is an innova-
tion.

MILLER'S BARBER SHOP
Wm. A. Miler, Prop.
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Service and Courtesy
111 4 S. University Ave.
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C' ASS OFFICERS TO MEET
The Student council committee for
Sthe organization of class officers will
meet the presidents and treasurers of 11

CHIROPODIST
AND
ORTHOPEDIST
OFFICE HOURS:
10-12 A.M.; 1:30-5 and 7-8 P.M.
706 First National Bank Bldg
Phone 1746-J

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RED KILGORE

A REDUCTION

That deserves your attention. l0%o on all Clothing
and Top Coats for Fall

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Lieut. Col. L. C. X. Aaery
Lieut.. Col. 'L. C. 'M. Amery becomes
first lord of the British Admiralty in
the oabinet named by Andrew Bonar
Law, new premier. Colonel Amery nas
been parliamentary and financial see-
retary to the admiralty since last
year.

Shorthand &
Typewriting
JUST COMMENCING

Now $41.50 and more

$1.50 Neckwear, $1.00

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Twilight Recital
Program

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STATE & WILLIAM STS.

SHIRTS
HOSIERY

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The next concert in the Twilight
Organ Series will be given at 4:15
o'clock tomorrow afternoon in Hill
auditorium. Earl V. Moore of the or-
gan department of the School of Mu-
sic will give the following program:
Concert Overture in A.....Maitland
A broad,:.incisive introduction fol-
lowed by a soft selection for ,the
flutes and strjng leads into the main
theme whifh after a brief climax
gives way to.the charming melody
that serves as the subordinate
theme. The materials thus pre-
sented are eiploited with a skill
which betokens both a genius as
a creative artist and an intimate
knowledge of ; the instrument as a
concert organist.
Air..........Gluck
Frequently considered a' greater
philosopher and reformer of opera
of the eighteenth century than a
melodist cf the fiirst rank. 1I-s'
simple air from "Orpheus and Eu-
ridice" is offered .in opposition to
the former contention.
Chant de Bon huer.........Lemare

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'clothes not only look their best but that they are also
in better condition because of the treatment they
have received.
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ON THE SECOND FLOOR AT 324 SO. STATE STREET.

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204 East Washington Street

Phone 628

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Mr. Lemare has become known
in this country through his many
recital engagements and concert
tours.. Fob many years he was an
organist at St. Margaret's, next to
Westminster Abbey in London;
more recently he was municipal
organist at San Francisco and at
present is organist at Portland,J
Maine.

QUICK SERVICE

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613 EAST LIBERTY ST.

Symphony No. VI...........Widor
Charles Marie Widor, the dean of
French organists and composers,
presides at the Grand Organ at St.
Sulpice, Aris. He has been the
recipient of the' highest honors in
France and his fame in America
rests upon his 10 symphonies for
the organ. The proportions of his
entire symphony are commanding,
and historically the work marked an!
advance in the development of mu-
sic.
T nir ninrs 'tt iunr1'

PTHE Q & H.SHQE
FOR MEN

CASCADE LINEN

RUBBER WANTED.,
Man wanted who has had ex-
perience bandaging and rubbing
at Waterman gymnasium be-
tween 7 and 8 o'clock in the
athletes. Report to E. J. Math-
er, Varsity basketball coach,
evening, or phone 468-R.

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Standard Price
ONE POUND 50c

One pound in a package.
We also have envelopes to
match. If it is true that
the good taste of a person
is expressed by the quali-
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you rtaste will be estab-
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The texture and quality of
Cascade is known from
Coast to Coast.

WEDNESDAY, THURS1 FR!, SAT,
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in this advertisement regardless of its
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STATIONERY AND SUNDRIES

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Introducing

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Sale Price
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Standard Price
1 pound............0c

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MORENCI-ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS
Schedule in Effect October i8. 1922
Central Time (Slow Time)
D X X D
P.M. AM.w, P.M. P.M.
3:ss 6:55 Lv. Morenci ;Ar. 1:35 9:35
(Hotel)
3:45 7:45....Adrian ... 12:45 8:45
4:15 :15 nTecmse.. 12: :>81
4:30'8:30 ...Clinton ,.... 12:00 8 :o0
~:159:5 ... Saline .. 11:-15 7:15
5:45 °9:45 Ar-Xnn Arbor Lv. 10:45 6:45
(Qourt House Square) A. M.
D--Daily. X-Daily except Sundays
and Holidays. Friday and Saturday special
bus for students leaves Adrian 1:45, leaves
Ann Arbor 4:45.
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Phone 426-M Adrian, Mich.

Sportsman.

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Charcoal Tablets ............21
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Mustard Ointment. .....21
Laxative Cold Tablets .......21
Cherry Bark Cough Syrup....21
Rexall Liver Pills (100's)...'.2
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Milk of Magnesia...........2
Purest Epspm Salts .........2
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Cascara Laxatives..........2
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Beef Cubes (12s) ............2
Purest Epsom Salts ......... 2
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Lithia Tablets .............2
Kidney Pills .............2
Nux. & Iron TIonic Tablets...2
Eff. Sodium Phosphate ......2
Cascara & Iron Tonic........2
Shaving Cream or Sticks.....2
Baby Talcum ...............2
Violet Dulce Talcum.......2
Tooth Brushes, Assorted ....2
Elkay's Metal Polish ........2
Medicated Skin Soap ,.......2
Jonteel Nail Bleach (Special) 2

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2.25 Water Bottles, 2 Qt...........2 for
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Pound Talcum (3 odors) ..:..2.
Hard Water Soap.........21
Cream of Almonds.........2
Rexall Tooth Paste........2
Rexall Cold Cream.........2
Klenzo Tcjoth Paste..........2
Lather Brushes ............2
Tooth Brushes ..... . . . ..2
Jonteel Talcum (Special)....2
Klenzo Tar Soap ..........2
(2 oz.) Jonteel Odor (Special)2
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Cocoa Butter Cold Cream.... 2
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Harmony Cocoanut Shampoo.2
Bouquet Romee Face Powder .2
Violet Dulce Face Powder..'. .2
Jonteel Cuticle Solvent (Spec)2
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