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THE MICHIGAN DAIL\i

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AILYOFFICIAL BULEI
Mication in the Bulletin 'is constructive notice to all members of
BUniversity. Copy received until 3:30 D. in. (11.:30 a. mn. Saturday4)
lume S FRIDAY, NOVDEIIER10, 1922Nuniem4u 1
lty, Colleges of Engineering'and Arehitecture:
'here will be a nmeeting of the Faculty of these colleges Friday, Nov.
4:15 p. mn. in Room 411 Enginieering building.
LOUIS A. HOPKINS, Secretary.
c~ Lectuare :
r. Julius I1. Barnes, President of the United States'Chamber of Comn-
3and formerly President of the United States Grain Corporation, will-
s Pi otessor Griffin's class in Marketin~g Friday afternoon, Nov. 10, at
ock, ini the Natural Science Auditorium. The subject of the lecture will
ueiness--National and International. The public is cordially invited
:end.F. E. ROBBINS.

andi a distinctive dress for the classofOo.Tersnibltishad
willbe ecidd U~n.by all in both victory and defeat. This
Veterans of Fort-ign Wars wvill a1s. is not an affair of the team, or of the
semble for 'Ensian picture at 1:45 coaches, or of the student body, but of
o'clock, Saturday, Nov. 11, Alumni1 all of them" combined.
jMemorial hall, rain or shine. Wear' "We have been too much dressed
uniform,. Ulp. We have not gotten down to home-
spun. We must get down to brass
nrnua~ntacks. I would rather have all of the
EUII .LI team member's knocked out on the
O fFIH sidelines than have the sort of thing
W RI INGII l~l that prevailed around here at the time
Fiedin H.Yos, Iiretorof nte'-of and after the Mchigan and Minne-
collegiate Athletics, dropped into the gmets.-peae Let's get dw
Daily office yesterday afternoon. In'i to brass tacks!"'
his hand he held a folded newspaper..! Coach Yost thought Wilce's plea a
He ddn' sa muh, ut e idictedvaluable thing for The Daily to re-
a passage' quoting Coach John Vii. print. We agree with him.
Wilce, of Ohio State.i Perhaps you'll see nothing of imi-
It seems that down in Columbusprtceii.Buthnito r-d
they staged a big "fight" rally on tikbcsyaotaya
~Tuesday night in preparation for the..
coming Chicago game. Ini the pres-I
ence of some, 5,000 Ohio students, A REAL GOOD MEAL
Coach Wilce spoke in this wise: ci.,op $UEY , STEAKS
"This week the majority of the men Everytinmg good at' s
on the team have buckled down to
work as, they never have before. I: Ann Arbor Chop Suey
say, the majority of them have. They'j :314 S. State-Second Floor
have gotten rid of some of these fool ____________________
fantastic notions, and are showing'
fight, and grit, and effort.VITR LMNDGE
"It is fundamental that the student PA O T N N
body get the same attitude. It must 1A !!® T r ('
get this fight, too. It can't rant, and ( School of Music Tuner.
'crab, and " lie down on the job. Nei- OPieatRe.I4N. D 6 ionSt
ther can the people of Columbus, nor OfieaRs.41A.DvioSt

Just Received-

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rica l Engineeirs
ve for Detroit on Special car fromt corner State and Packard
p -,m Friday, N ov. 10, to inspect the Industrial Lighting Exhibit
1er at 4 p. M. anda Counor's Creek .Power House of the Detroit
any at 8 p. M. Lectures on this power plant will be given in
ngineering building at 11" a.. on Wednesday, Thursday, and
A. H. LOVELL.

Service Meat and Women t
The residents of Betsy Barbour House will have open house for all ex-j
vice men and women, :Armistice Day, Nov 1.1, from 4 to 6 o'clock.I
JEANETTE PERRY.
Sigma-Junior Xesearb:
Phi Sigma will meet Nov, 14 in Zoology Laboratory 1, at .7.15 p. fm. for
Ines . At 8 p. mn. Dr. W. P.. Lombard wiilllecture on "The nature of the
e-jerk and its reenforcement."
L: E. WEI-MEYER, Secretary.
fversity of ?Micigan varsity .B nd:.'.
Saturday Nov. 11 formation at Lane Hal-i1:15 p. m. Capes issued 1-
5p. M.
Formation for Sunday, Nov. 12. ,Postponed until further orders.
WILFRED WILSON.

A GOOD HOBBY

Make riding your hobby. There is no hobby so benefi-
cial, nor so pleasant. And through our cash coupon plan
it is so economical that you cannot afford to be withpout
its benefits.

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VAN HEUSEN
An adaptation of an exclus-
ive English model to the
needs of the American man
who cares about style and
correctness in dress.
In appearance it's as smart

theNewFall and Winter

as a cavalry officer in pa-
rade uniform, but in use, its
stands at ease all the dlay'
long.
SBuy your collars of a reputable retail.
er. He won't offer you a substitute
when you ask for a VAN HEusiEN. Heo
knows there isn't any.

ANNOUNCING

WHAT'S GOINGAONI
TIC--Copiy for this column Should
*e submitted by 6 t. Oecok of
ke day before publicaton.
FRIDAYI
0 a. m.-Mleetlng of Junior engd-j
eering class.I
0-Intercollegiate Zionist'assocla-
ion meets in Board of Directors
,oz, Lane hall.
5--Sealp and Blade meets In room

the Student Volunteer group, \Ves'-
ley hall.
7:30-Craftsmen meet in, Masonic
temple.
8 :00-MO4'e nt. Wesley llall, "A the
Sign of the Jack O'Lantern."
U-NOTICES
There.18 an- exhibition of the paint-
fings of Nicolas Roerich, noted Rus-
sian artist, daily'in the West Gallery
of' Alumni memorial ,all. This cl
colection is placed on display unuder;
the au-3pices of the Ann Arbor Art
association.
Westerners club. fall dance will be
held Saturday, Nov. 25, at the Pack-
ard academy., Tickets may be re-1
served now by calling C. F. Gallo-,
way, 2593-R.
Freshman basketball vandidates re-
port in' gymnasium, Monday night
at.8:30.' o'clock. Bring own equip-
ment.- Men out for football, report
{at close of season.-
Junior engineer class meeting at 8 a.#
mn., Friday, Nov. 10. A: tthis meeting
student councilmen and chairmen of'
tthe social committee will be elected,

'HE MULLISON STABLES
ATN SRFIET PHONE 87

326 RAST

PEOPLE JUDGE
A 4 OTHERS
in various ways, but nearlmy
' . every body's opinion is more
or less influenced ,by' the
character of the. stationery
used in correspondence. As
you, judge, so wimll you be
judged. Make sure your pa-
per, cards, enveclones, etc.,
are correct as to form, size,
etc., by pr ocuring them here,
r the home of stationery of
class.
0. D. MORRILL
17a XICKiELS ARVAD1E
Tine Typewriter tmid Stationery Store
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Nu meets .fourth
hall.

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SATURDAY
Earle morning hike of tlic.
idents' guild.
house for all ex-servico
women at Betsy Barbour

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worker from India, speakts tor

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