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25, 1923

JC, AN- F)ATLY
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j -i FRENCH TROOPS EXTEND HOLD
I WHAT'"S GOING On, ON GERMANY BEYOND THE

NOTICE-Copy for this column should.
be submitted by 6 :36 o'clock of
the day before publication,.
THURSDAY
3:00--C ommittee for the, study of Eng.
ineering 'Edlication meets in' Sucre-
tary 119pkins office.,
4 :00-Upper staff of the Xlchiganeu-
sian meets.,
4:15--Faculty of the Colleges of Eng-
ineerin~g and Architecture meets in
room 411; Engineering building.
6:40--Exchange club dinner in room
318; Union.t
6:00-Board of. governors dinner in
Union.
6:45.-Delta Sigma Rho meets in moom
205, Mason hall.
7 :00-Nlasama club ,meets in room 320,,
* Union.
v7 :00-Wolveinte booth group meets, in
room 306, Union.
* 7:00-Liberal 'club meets in room 30;
Union.
7:30-Chamber of Commerce meets In
7:30-Gun and Blade club meets in
room 323, Union.
:30-Geological Journal club meets
in room 436,. Natural Science build-
ing.
r3#l-Spanish lecture. Ermilin'do loer-
cado speaks on "The Schools ofP
Porto Rico" in room 203,; Tappan
hall.
7 :3O--Presc~tt club meets in room
303, Chemistry building.
*:00--Quadrangle tmeets at 1954 Cam- .
bridge road.
8:00-Players' club social in Barbour
gymnasium.
* ** . -ean reading class
- :'rsity Hall.
n of "The Pill Bot.
-. ran church.

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SEATS RE SERVED I
IR FOR J-HOP OPFRAJ
Ticket reservations are now being
received in large numbers for the
J--lop performance of the 17th an-'
nual Union opera, "In and Out," which
will be given on Saturday afternoon,
Feb. 10, at the Whitney theater.
rApplications are now being filleda
s in the order of their receipt. Houses
S planning house parties may obtain a
block of seats so that 11 members and
their guests may sit together. Mail
orders'shold be sent to the manager's.
office at the Union.I
YThe J-Hop performance of "In and '
Out" will be the last appearance of
this year's opera which had a suc-.
cessful runt2 of three weeks during
Christmas vacation.

GOSH

SAKES--
Notice how spic and
span every one on
the c~inipus" is. Guess
*They must be taking advantage
of the White Swan's special
offer this week.

n

OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS,
FOR THE

J-H OP

STEAMSHIPAGENCY-,1
ALL PRINCIPAL OCEAN LINES
Reservations, Tickets, Tours, CruisesI
C. E. RUEBLER
301 East Huron Phone 13844'

CALL US FOR YOUR HOUSE PARTY
GROUPS

s

We Guaranitee "to'rea cl I ~OU
I to Dance All of the
I MODERN!DACES U
In One Couirse
ITALSFY'S 1DANCE STTVDTOS

LYNDON AND COMPANY
719 NORTH UNIVERSITY

French troy
Strikes of mine and shop worker;
,have taken possession of the rich Rub
pation forces being moved through the

o s with supplies moving through Ru valley.

.DAY
- - . -.. . lunicheon In Vim.

n "

cture in Presbyter=
H. H~udnut speaks
3ot frc.,soclation lecture.
* eaks.

if
ti

including those recently elected, areI
requested to report promptly at
Spedding's studio Monday..
All junior engineers are requested to
report at 1:30 o'clock Saturday aft-
ernoon at "the engineering arch inj
order that a group picture of the
class may be taken. Everyone must
wear the distinctive dress of they
class.
JournalClub to Meet
Members of the Geological and geo-I
graphical .Journat clue will Lhi l;
regular meeting at 7:30 o'clock toniWht
n room G-436 of the Natural Scie::e
building. Reports will be read . ( * he
Christmas conventions of the G cf)g
cal Society of America and thze .
clation of American Geographers
which wero held here during vaca-.
tion.

in many of the districts now mnark t e moves of the French forces which A -----
rrasnbasinrior byandt.Thsterritory uplis ortbeyond!1111Iiit.lilllThis11111[Iiphotoillllishowsllllillllsupplllies forlllll11II the1111 occu-llllll(llllll
basin under guard.
I .
SC"IIOONMAK£EI CHOSEN UN ION j exercise during the time of examina-
SINDL Y SERtVICE C,HAIRMAN tMons, in order to ble in better condi- s c ISms e
-- tiara to take exams.
Carl Schoonmaker, '25, has been Freshmen who have back work to
apone hrmno h no u-make up must report at the gymlias- FEBRUARY 12h
day afternoon reception committee to cum office some time before the end-
succeed John Wilson, '24, who has re-i of the semester. =1 A j
cetl rsgnd.Sorthand Secretarial Training
The committee plans for the futurew
do not, include receptions every Sun Typew ritingCo m r ilT a h n
day as has been the case until a short Istructor:C mecalT a hn
time ago, but only on Sundays when
some prominent speaker is obtainable. "Everyone who has sent. PenmanshipBo k ep n
I'__ their clothes to the White Bo k e pn
Vt,' TE'' N (-1YMfNASWM) OPEN Swan Cleaners this week
i'VINOEXAMINATION PERIOD'
_____may be excused. You al-
W~teman ymanium illready know the principles of
open tiuring the , entire period ok ex-( economics.
aminations. Dr. George A. May, direc-' STATE AND WILLIAM STS.
tor of the gymnasium, advises that' And the classgoablt
evroveryonefomofpyicl(11111f1F91111take1111111 some1111 form of1ill~llI~~lltlllllllU111 1illiilltlf physical Illll

I
,

CES
,. id sororitiesand
°WJ.. ganizAtions must
~' mbexs, Qand ( other
.. .-p ai 411 .. z Mchiganeaeian in
by Jan. 25. Copy should be ~turn ed
in as soon as possible: at the 'En-
Sian office.
Jmnior engineers can now eure their
official blouses at Wuerth's clothing
store as a second shipment of 200
checkered blouses.leas been receiv-
ed.
Sophomore class dues, are! payable.
They may be mailed to Ray Billing-
ton, class treasurer at 1102 OaklandI
avenue.
1ll1nois ex- service men wgay receive
applications, for; Illinois state bon-
uses by calling for them in federal
board room, Lane hall.
The time for the photographing of thpe
Delta Sigma Rho group picture for
the Michiganenisian has been chang-
ed from Thursday to 12 o'clock
Monday noon, Jan. 29. All; members,

I

i

THE
GREY
SHOP

r-

Come in this afternoon
for a salad and a cup
.of Real coffee

FRESH SHIPMENT OF
MFRENCH CHOCOLATES

600 E. Liberty

,;
F

14 111.. 1 '- II I __ _

Four, things. we insist
that you be given

The Engineering in a Curling Iron

Cleanliness
Quality

Variety
Low' Prices

E VERY one of the four is stressed at all times.
In ordering food, in preparing, it, in }serving
it our employees are required to use the utmost

care and give exacting attention to, every
til

de-

WVhat sort of engineering is it that
mnakes a study of the needs and the
interests of women and creates prod-
ucts to satisfy them? Does it seem
that, in practice at least, this sort of
thing, is a little different from your
understanding of what an engineer
really is and does?
After all, when you come to think of
it, engineering is concerned with all
the facts of life} It takes the old facts
and interp~rets them in new and
broader. ways; but' its big job is the
very big job of making more living,
-fuller living,-readily available. It
is, in every aspect, a thing worth do-
ing, whether it concerns itself with
curling irons or converters, or any of
the thousands of products in between.
This is truly the day of the engi-
neer. His judgments and his equip-

anent are sought in almost every phase
of living. Engineering is remaking the
business of housekeeping. Its methods
are being applied to merchandis-
ing, to distribution, to the wrapping of
bundles and the packing of boxes, to
the lighting of streets and the hun-
dreds of things that, a_ few years
back, were strictly "rule-of-thumb".
By the .time you are at work out in
the world, there will be more-though
there are only a few of them left.
Whatever is worth doing is worth
engineering; engineering effort digni-
fies itself. Whether it puts more use-
fulness into transformers or, curling
irons or turbines does not matter.
The thing that counts is the work, the
creative, constructive service that is
going on for the lasting benefiti of.
mankind.

.

We've been termed " over-zealous"' and "fn-
ickyr for taking such trouble, but it's the only
wa we know of serving foods that people
would be, proud to have a pp e ar on their own
tables.

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