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THE MICHIGAN DAILN

la Secures First U.a S. Glider Con test,

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I Veera s h nor d Iflags of the allied naations, together
with red, white, and blue candles on
At Betsy Barbour the tables. eereevd yMs
Jeanette Perry, director of the dormn-
Dancing, a real cider barrel, andtoyanMisLahGHaerbu-
Iwaitresses who were dressed in pert ness manager.
French aprons and caps were among
the attractions at a reception held yes - San Is Born to Economics instructor
terday afternoon at Betsy Barbour Mr. F.. M. Thrunn, of- the economics
dormitory in honor of ex-service men department, and Mrs. Thrunn are the
and women. More than 150 people pareints o1 a boy born Monday, No-
were present, many coming directly vember 6.j
from the armistice" day ceremnonle 1
held in Hill auditorium. Sign your LEAGUE pledge tomor-'
S The house was decorated with the row.--Adv.!

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An expression of friend-
ship at Chri*tmas time
that you alone can give
--your photograph

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-GET READY FOR

TH AN K S'GIVING
GET YOUR' ROASTER EARLY !
A Full Line of Carving Knives and Sets
Butcher Knives and the Accessories

iDelibery at Christmas if
you prefer but call 604-W
nolv for an early 'sitting

'Tvc ~ Iklys O: Ihe fnmous Ormond-Daytfona bleacwlih c 1 Fwizf; 'rilh_ 100 . ,vd Genn iCitis' glitter, the first
used in "; S. to tene'istrate i~w. poxs, iIWHE.c: o: gliding

to cook ti at

THANKSGIVING DINNER.

New 'York., Nov. 11.-In an a ve t
j j O N a.fl ivitation extndled by the C hamerr~)
' GFl Al1'E i of (Conncrce ox Daytona, I{ lori .a, to
"'11 A ON the Acro Science Ch.-C of Amnerica, the,
-- '-"'-titianl inin otorless airplan os in the
NOTICE---Copy for tis coluthn shnitld United States will be held -at. the Or-R
be submitted by 5:30- o'clock u£ mend-Dayt l)(, Ixal.) urig next tan -
the dray before pAul.iaton. uary. The hero S-ien(-e (Clubi of Amn-
erica has acceptedl, acc ording to Stan- .
1ev ale lBeach it~s secretary.
. UND1AY; t "In considering the entierprising of-
:00-ible discussoim grou~o .". t1ti. fir," said Eaach, "the - Aero Science
ris ball. Conducted by Profecsso Club of Anmexica took into ronsider a-'
Tiiley;.l Lion thae fact that it waould ibe neces-
9:30-Stuident Bible,. clahses rnee, :ary tGc'wait until fnext F umer it a
Congregational church. j Wect were to'be held within the greatt
9:30-T110 IrnuersIly H'en's B'jbleCla:ss Icenter~s ofnpopulation in the north.
greets in Lane hall., Such a. delay would beC deplorable in#
12 Wl-ouge~gtiflu Opn lorn'.Lhe face of the encouragement given
to air flight .in l.urope.j
Dr. Ida Scurdder speaks. ~s~ranldne ferde11 itlc
1 :a36-P'1i. W EP.Hen~ders5on s5eai t; ci all from which to glidie, as was
at Presbyterian church..1)proven by~ the fact that all the early,
12:00-Baptist guild bneet's ill Guild experimenters here, such as Oct ave
house.l Chanute, Avery Hierring and the
:3:00----Hhj1(iu~tan Clu11 1meets in Lanet Wright Brothers used them. Orville
Ball. iWib was one of the first men to
:3:00[-Fvashmni{,'lee Club n<IP-1+ il develop the art of g hidnr although he
has not flown a glider since hie soaredl
activities room, Union.
- 'above a sand dune at Kitty I hzwk fur
4:00---Varsity 31-4le clu) 11_-ts1h111£env minutes in 19.11'in a fifty-sever
readting room, (Trion.mieahorg1.
4 :15-1iiversity Symtphony oreI~r" il--.h-r- rc.
plays att'Twilight recital. I__________
:30 --resyief htl Yeuus' gPeople' 'so- It1li M 1fU! 1!1f

itF 'BERfT '. (ASF TAKES
CHIARGE OF NEWS BUREAU
s irbert S. Cagse, '23, has taken
I harge of the X1ichigan News Bur-
",au. following the_ resignation of John
A. Bacon, '24, who has been Irector
J Ance school opened this fall.
The, News Bureau, operatedt under
the direction et: Sigmila Delta Chi, na-
tional professional journalistic fra-
ternity, has established offices, in the
publications room in the Press Build-
ing. The work of the organization,
consists of furnishing news of the
University to papers. throughout the
country.

SEE. OUR STOCK OF GOODS

Portraits
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THE UP-TO-DATE HA!WWARE

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W OMAN'S crowning glory -
~her hair. Take care that
your hair does you justice. We
miake up) switches, sidIe-wavyes,
and pulfs to order.

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"ciety meets. Social hour.
6:00-Hobart guild sunpe: at ]Urrli ]'
hall. Dr. Ida Scudder speaks.
ti :,30-1'reslhy i°a :. asn Yuunii'leoles so-
ciety meets.1
6:30-1)-lr. Ida . Seud:elr -sptah~s at
Firs: Baptist church.
6:30-Student Fireside chat at ('na.
gregational church.,
7 :30-lIcan 3Marquis (c?,iDcroit, W11
will speak at second University ser-
vice at Hill auditorium.
There it an exhibitioni of the. pa rat-
ings of N~icolas Roerich, noted Rus-
sian artist, daily in the West Gallery
of Aluni Memorial hall. This col-
lection is p'aced on disp'_lay under
the auspices of the Ann Arbor Art
association.
Freshman basket ball ectndidmiates re-
port in gymnasium, Monday nightI
at 8:30 o'clock. Bring own. equip-r
ment. Men out for football, report
ab close of season.
Freshmep literalry studcnts will vyo';
on class officers on Monday 'from 9
to o" and at the same timze be given
an opportunity to pay class dues.
Booths will be located in 'Universit,
hall and ir. the Library. -
All Pv1asbyterl'an .Stueifs . meet .:
Lane hall, Sunday, 2:45 o'clock, t:.'
go to the hospital sing.
Criminology, Students Visit Detroit
Students in the criminology class of;
Prof. Arthur E. Wood of the sociology,
department went to Detroit Friday ,
visiting the Detroit psycopathic cline
and house of correction.
Sign your LEAGUE' pledge torpor-
row.-Adv.
4ORENCI-ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS
Schedule in Fffect October 18, 1922
DCentral Titre (Slaw 'Tine) .
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'.M. A.M. P.M. P.M.
5 6:55 Tv Morenci .Ar. 1:35 9:35
(Hotel)
:457 . l; ..Adrian 12. x:45 13:4
:1,5 8:15 .Tecunseh . . ix:r* 8:t5
:3j 8:30 .. Clinton . ... 12 :oo S :oo
;:i5 9:i5 .. Saline . ... x1:15 7:15
5:45 9:45 Ar Inn Arborb~v. 10 :45 6:45
(Court H-ouse Square) A. M.
D)-Daily. X-Daily except Sundays
and Ifolidays. Friday and Saturday special
bus fir students leaves .Adian 1 :45, leaves
\1111 Arbour 4:45.
t, JAMES ?TI. ELLOTT,, Pror,-letoer
'110t,- o26M Adrian,. Mich.

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