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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, C

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Senate Council:
The Senate Council will meet at
ident's office.

4:15 Monday, October 8 in the Pres-
F. F. Robbins.

VaYnderbilt Tickets Being Malled
Mailing of tickets for the Vanderbilt
game Saturday was started at the ath-

letic office at 6 o'clock last night, and
it is thought that they all will be in
the mail by tomorrow night. The

office will work all day today in get-
ting them out.
All registered letters are releasrd
through the post-office directly. De-
livery will probably start tomorrow.

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President and Mrs. M. L. Burton will be at home Wednesday afternoon,
October 10, from 3:30 to 5:30, to members of the Faculties, University staff,
and townspeople. Newly appointed full professors and their wives are to
assist President and Mrs. Burton, in receiving.
Parking Rule:
No cars may be parked anywhere on the campus or on the grounds
of either of the University hospitals without official parking permit at-
tached to each license plate. The Superintendent of Buildings and Grounds
will enforce this rule. By order of the Regents. . .
Shirley W. Smith, Secretary.
To Those Conunicating to the Regents:
It will be necessary to have thirteen, instead of the usual twelve, cop-
ies of all communications addressed to the Board of Regents for the meet-
ings of October, November, and December. Those making communications
to the'Board at these three meetings are therefore requested to prepare
thirteen copies. Please note the change made in this notice since its first
publication. F. E. Robbins.
Freshmen and Entering Upperclass Women:
The last lectures of the series in the course for all entering women
students will be given at the following hours in Sarah Caswell Hall in Bar-
bour Gymnasium:
Group I, Tuesday, October 9th, at 4:00 P. M.
Group II, Tuesday, October 9th, at 7:00 P. M.
Group III, Thursday, October 11th, at 4:00 P. M.
Attendance is compulsory, and girls are requested to attend the group
'which they have previously attended. Jean Ilamilton, Dean of Women.
Advanced geology:
A request having been made that the course on The Growth of Moun-
tains be substituted for that on Characteristics of Existing Glaciers during
the present semester, all interested should meet in Room G 217, Monday at
one o'clock. _Vum. H. Hobb%.
Seminar in Romance. Languages:
Prospective members of the Romance seminar are requested to meet
in the faculty room, South Wing, at 5:00 o'clock, October 8.
John R. Reinhard.
Zoology I;
A seating list for the lecture will be posted in the corridor casesnear
Room Z-234, Natural Science Building, from 8 a. m. Monday to 10 a. m.
Tuesday. Members of the class should consult this list within the time
indicated and make note of their seat numbers. They should then go to
the lecture, room and locate their seats in advance so as to avoid hunting
for them at the hour of the lecture. The posted list will be removed one
hour before the lecture. A. Franklin Sliull.
Shop Practice, for Dental Students:
All students taking this course must report in room No. 1042, East
Engineering Building, October 10th, at 8:00 A. M. 0. W. Boston,
Acting Director, Engineering Shops.
P'layers Club:
The treasurer of the Players Club will be in Room 205 Mason Hall from
4:00 to 6:00 Monday Oct. 8th for the purpose of receiving applications for
active and associate memberships. All students on the Campus are eligi-
ble to apply, and a special invitation is given to Freshnen and others not
previously affiliated with Players Club to come at this time.
Ross L. Taylor, Treasurer.
.Adepi:
A.dephi House of Representatives will meet in the Adelphi rooms on the
the fourth floor of University Hall Tuesday, October 9th at 7:30 P. M.
Visitors are invited to attend. Ray Alexander, Speaker.

WHAT'S GOING ON
SUNDAYj
5:00--Executive committee of Gun and
Blade mets in room 302, Union.
6:30-Baptist students' social gather-
ing at Guild Parlors.
6:30-Baptist students meet in Guild
House. Topic, "Guild Morale."
:4.--Students' social hour and sup-
per in Unitarian church parlors.
6:31- Firelight forum at Unitarian
church. Subject, "How to Make
Christianity Hum." Leader, Dr.
Preston E. Slosson.

7:0-Choral Union tryouts, School of
Music.
7:15-Cerele Francals nmeets in Cerch,
room.
7 :30-AdelphI, meets in Adelphil room,
fourth floor University hail. k
U-NOTICES
Ex-service men who served overseas
are reminded that the Veterans of
Foreign Wars will hold a meeting
Thursday. Further notices in this
column later.
Meeting of all tryouts for Girls' 1an-
dolin club will be held at Newberry
Hall from 3 to 5 o'clock every after-
noon from Monday to Friday.
Men wishing to tryout for publicity
department of the Oratorical asso-
ciation may send their name, phone,
and previous experience to Millard
H. Pryor, 803 South State street.
Sophomores and juniors only will
receive consideration.
Manuscripts for Whimsies now ac-
cepted. Address Whimsies, Press
building.
Pencil sketches and etchings by Cze-
cho-Siovakian artists now on exhibit
in the architectural corridor of the
Engineering building.

PHONE 866
For Typewriter Repairing
(All Makes)
We also Rent, Buy, and sell Typewriters. Agency Woodstock and
Oliver Typewriters, Sundstrand Adding Machines, Line-A-Time copy
holders, rubber stamps, cushion keys, ribbons and supplies.
ANN ARBOR TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
9 Savings Bank Block

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3:00, 4:00 and 7:00--Health
number four.
TUESDAY
3 :0%4:00 and 7:00-Health
number five.

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1:00-Meeting of old members of Girls'
Mandolin club, Newberry Hall.
6:00-First meeting of Tau Beta P1,
Union.

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It is a tailor-made pen, person-
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It is a thoroughbred--ind will
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of one.
An unusually fine selection of
styles is here to choose from.
Why not come in today and let
RIDER examine your writing?
The examination is free - and
you will not be urged to buy.
Remember the adress-302 S.
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your hair that beauty and grace you desire.
All forms of expert personal service given in our Besuty Shop.
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One big advantage of a Stetson is that
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MRS. PLACEWAY Invites you to try a
SUNDAY NIGHT LUNCH
At
"The House of The Blue Shutters"

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REMEMBER YOUR 'ENSIAN
PORTRAITS
Make Appointments Now!
Early sittings avoid wor- STATE STREET
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Sport Skirts
Sports Skirts give every indication of creating a
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interest-creating. Have you thought how nc n
fh skirts would b with one of the new
sweaters

New
Frocks
Have you seen the many'new satin frocks
here? They are really very thrilling in new
types for day or evening wear, in new colors,
and new weaves that stress novel and charm-
ing brocades and fulgarante satins. Then.
Silk Frocks here include new ones of Frost
Crepe, Crepe De Chine, Canton and, Flat Crepe
styles, among them many an 1880 adaptation,
some with the elaborate tiered fronts and
plain backs, others with quaint bustle effects,
still others with picturesque puffffed sleeves,
and a few with those button-in-front bodices,
so unquestionably of the vintage, 1880.
New Fall Sweaters Adopt
New Oriental Borders
Some very striking Oriental border treat-
ments on new wool Sweaters here are getting
much deserved praise. They are in those new
Oriental patterns so fashion-right in knit-wear
now. Then there are unique weaves in wool
styles and a very attractive line of new colors.
There's a model in bottle green and beige that
is wholly irresistible. Another one of beige,
mustard and. king's blue is equally so. Others
are of sofest alpaca and angora wool, flexible,
becoming and so satisfying in "feel" you will
want to wear them right out of the store.

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