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1L iVIflULrn I UUUL
X-COUMTRY CONTEST

will know the distance that they have versity hal will be open from 2 to
to go before the finish. 5 o'clock this afternoon.
Those eligible to make applications
for absent voters' ballots are students
of voting age who have previously
M1o URGED TO BALLOT registered in their home communi-

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Owing to the poor condition of the .
Lansing to Send. 4,500 Football Fans Geddes avenue cross country course, trdhome com ate an d n
to Annual State Athletic the meet with the Michigan Aggies on eii ote uged to art
StruggleI eligible to vote, are urged to cast
- Nov. 4 wil be run over the Hiarphom i this is the last
their ballot today, as ti stels
ATTENDANCE IS EXPECTED Trophy course, starting and finishing .
TO BREAK PREVIOUS RECORDS at the Ferry Field club house on State do so. The booths will close at 5 o'-,
From all appearances the Michi- street. Tjis course is a fifth of a mile clock this afternoon.
- At tl s shorter than the Geddes avenue The number of students voting has1
gan-M. A. C. football battle this year I ous. en -4H nl~ ncesig at the'
will be the biggest it has ever been course. be"n cosany increasi, t
during the 20 traditionalyears of its nNo other changes have been made present time over halt of those ol-
in the alans for the race, with the ex igible having applied for ballots. The;
exlstpe.icke sdales ncate that ception that Cochron has been substi- Republican club \has maintained
ampevillsbtenancpleterdsfoketuted for tenth man in place of Ani- booths on the campus- for the past
stutz. Owing to the condition of Am- week in which students could make
reports from Lansing say that, thes stutz Coach Farrel advised him to applications for the absent voters'
heaiesth aggeatom in year s is fo rest for a month. { ballots. The booths, which are lo-
lowing the Aggie team in an exodus,
to Ann Arbor. Signs will be placed for the race cated at the Engineering arch, in
It is expected by the Atletic ticket along the course so that the runners front of Nickels arcade, and in Uni-
office, providing the weather is fav-
orable, between 25,000 and 30,000 peo-
ple will witness the game. This will
be by far the largest crowd ever to THE
enter Ferry field for the annual state6
football classic, the usual attendance
for this game being around the 18,0Q0R
The Lansing representatives alone .
will fill over 4,000 seats. The upstate
college has secured a solid block of
4,500 seats, where the supporters ofTE
the green andwhitewupolothPeirI E If PORTABLETYPEWRTTE,
team in its struggle upon the field. S UPERIORU II~i L
The original allotment of 4,000 seats
was found to be inadeqiate so 500 It is the only portable with a Standard Keyboard
more were ordered and were sold out
immediately. Four rows of keys - no shifting for figures. Light, compact, and
This is a total number of 1,500 more. durable.
seats than are usually taken by the
agricultural school, and over 2,00 Take one home with you. Try it out at your leisure.
more than the entire enrollment of You incur no obligation by so doing.
the college..
The main body of student rooters - Whatever your typewriter needs we can accommodate you. We have
' will arrive in Ann Arbor Saturday, ribbons -- supplies. Call and see us we are here for business.
= morning on a special train run from We will give you a square deal.
jLansing for the game. They will be
headed by the college band which al- STACY R. BLACK
'ways plays an important part in the4S
activities of the day. 432 T1MPSON 1128-J
GOLF 4COURsES ACCESSAB A,, Exclusive University Dealer
The Ann.Arbor Golf club has grant-. AUTHORIZED SALESMEN
ed season privileges to 25 students. IHal Conkey H. W. C. Davis G. E. Carlson
'These students were required to show 432 Thompson 1128-J 621 Forest 1786-W 610 Tappan 936-U
th'at tey ntiew the fundamentals and
'technique of golf before they were
given the opportunity to use the
course. Before the greens becam e # i | liililipllllfilll1llllliillll llllll1 i l ll1 llllliltllllilll11111111Nit
[over-crowded students were allowed
to play at any time, upon payment of w
;the playing fee.
The Barton Hills Country club al-
lows only, relatives xof members to
use its groinds. The Washtenaw "
iCountry club gives students the right = r
to play, whenever they desire. ° -
INSURED. -
o n
IF NOT, DO SO NOW
A New
Better be safe than sorry. Re- I-
greta won't pay for a smashed !-l
car. I 'waso simple to take out =Arcade ILI
auto 4.nsurnce,-costs little by
the year--and you have a feel-
lag of security whtever hap-
pens. Personal liability insur-
ance also. See us today.. Don't
put it off.

ties.
0. S. U. Honor List Names
Columbus, Nov. 2..-The hon
for 1921-22 in the College of
contains 76 names, out of an E
ment of over 2900 students. C
in military science, hygiene,
physical education have not
counted, and students who
earned less than 30 semester
in the two semesters have not
considered.
Michigan Daily and Chimes for

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or list
Arts
enroll-
Grades
and
been
have
hours
been
1$4.50.

Northnvesterii Students Ask Vacations
Evanston, Ill., Nov. 2.-The student
council instructed its secretary, last'
night, to send a resolution to Presi-
dent Walter D. Scott, asking thatI
classes be dismissed ,on Armistice
day, Saturday, Nov. 11, which is also
the date of the 1922 homecoming.
COMING SUNDAYE
Charkes
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10 Cakes for 45o

They are good sized cakes and sell
regularly at 6c a cake.
Sale on for a few days only.

The Eberbach & Son Co.
200-204 EAST LIBERTY STREET

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Copyrignt 1922 Hart Schaffner & Marx,

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BUTLER
INSURANCE'
209 1st National Bank Bldg. '
Phone 401-3M
he name oftzglhoo

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Because our business has grown so rapidly as to be already
too great for our recently enlarged downtown shop, and be-
cause we wish to make it more convenient for our student
customers to buy Brunswick Records, we are opening a New
Branch Store in the Nickels Arcade.
We have installed sound proof record booths and other
modern and pretty equipment in the large room over the post
office, in the place formerly known as The Arcade Dance
Hall. Capable and courteous salespeople will be in charge
and we feel sure that you will enjoy listening to the latest
Brunswick Records in our store.
Student and fraternity accounts are especially solicited.
The greatest assortment of phonographs ever displayed
under one roof in Ann Arbor may now be seen on the
floor of our new store. A visit here will be well worth
S while.;
- a
THE PHONOGRAPH COMPANY
OF ANN ARBOR
FoL merly
THE STOFFLET PH-ONO SHOP

FOR wind - swept
bleachers, for every-
day campus wear, for the
more formal events of uni-
versity life these warm
new overcoats fill an im-
portant need.

IN appearance the smart-
est yet designed .for
young men, in fabric and
tailoring the m o s t de
pendable for they'll
give long wear; in price
most moderate.

Coats for al--'round wear

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Corporation finance
nor
An introduction to
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