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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18,-1928

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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News From Other Colleges

Wisconsin-According to the latest
dispatches Wisconsin is going to the
dogs. The entire campus is overrun
with canines of. all=and every descrip-
tion; bull dogs, airdales, dachshunds,'
tea hounds, and sundry others. Re-
cently, at the time of sorority pledg-
ing, the campus canines started a de-

taken up for the band, in order to
send it to Michigan for the annual
football clash. Money is coming in at!
a fair rate but not fast enough to sat-
isfy the band officials who, however,
have no fear of not making their
quota. The Ohio State band numbers
more than 100 pieces.

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bate which ranged all over the camp-
us and its adjacent streets. Nobody Illinois- A theatrical performance
seems to know whether the affirma- held recently at one of the local the-
tive or negative side was the victor. atres was held up by the exuberancel
.ry Oklahoma- A movement has just of the students, according to. the report,
been started for the establishing of a the performers made. None of the
school for oil men. The need for good performers, after the first one who
oil men is acute in the oil fields. This tried to speak td the happy audience,
will be a pionfeer undertaking on the continued with their respective acts.
part. of the .university officials. The They left the stage with a quiet and
expense for such. a school will be dignified mien.
fairly small. ---
Stanford-The sophomores defeated!
Ohio State- Collections are being the freshmen in a hard. fought mud;
battle recently. The men 'of '26 won

It is hoped that this system will help n
to avoid all confusion in traffic. uriRTlO i ONwMhDraAe
Persons who have purchased sea.. an naD
NAson tickets are asked to bring only 1
ticket No. 1 which - admits them to 111111'
the Gallh-Curci concert and to leavec
the remainder of the season ticket at
NEW SYSTEM TO BE TRIED TO home. In this way it is thought much CO3TITTEE ALSO I) I S C U S S E S
REDUCE CON(ESTION time will be saved and any chances CAMPUS LANDSCAPE
AT HALL of losing the remainder of the tickets DWPROVEMENT
will be eliminated.
A limited number of standing room
In order to avoid confusion and tickets will go on sale at the School Building operations on the ne
traffic congestion as much as possible of Music Friday morning. Medical building will be well under
at the Galli-Curci concert tomorrow way by Monday morning of next week
night careful arrangements have Paul Goebel Hurt thesComitte of decis onte abchdinb y
been made by Charles A. Sink, secre-- In Football Game program which met yesterday morn-
tary of the School of Music. in co-op- ing in President Marion L. Burton's
eration with the city police officials -- office. President Burton, Regent Wil- -
and the building and grounds depart- Paul Goebel, '23E, captain of the liam L. Clements, Secretary Shirley
ment of the University. '1922 Michigan football team, is in a 1 . Smith, Prof. John Shepard, super-,
It has been decided that the driver iC, visor of plans, and Albert Kahn, con-
of each car upon coming up to the hospital at Columbus, 0., recovering suiting architect, were present.
side entrance of Hill auditorium will from injuries received in a profession- The committee also discussed the
be given a tag and the occupants of al football game Sunday between the plans for extensive landscape im-
the car will also receive a duplicate Columbus Tigers and Buffalo. provements on the campus prepared
number. As the people leave the aud- Goebel received his injury in the by Pitkin and Mott, Cleveland land-
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ably next Thursday, and at that time whether members of the R. O. T. C. or
will pass upon the landscape project. not are asked to attend this meeting.
The Board of Regents which convene It was erroneously stated in yester-
next Friday, October 26 will have to day's Daily that the meeting would be
sanction the work before it can be held Wednesday instead of tonight, the
carried out. proper time.
The United States government will
? 0 ' C BAN furnish instruments and uniforms to,
* * * * those men who join the band. Captain
1'4EETS TONIGHT wilfred wilson, of the Varsity band,
will direct the R. O. T. C. organization.,
Formation of an It. O. T. C. band 1' S. Government Gets Big Order
which will be used to play a the dif- Tokio, Oct. 17.-The reconstruction
ferent functions of the local unit will board (official) has placed with the
be made at a meeting to be held at United States government an order for
7:30 o'clock tonight in Newherry hall. lumber and steel of $15,000,000 value,

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men interested in band music to prevent profiteering.

We have modes that are chic-shapes that are youth-

ful-designs that are dignified.

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umuoLtLGI~" ua11~l'UL.. wu toiu ate teperformance, they ~uupr o u connnuea o pay cape architects. Mr. Pitki and Mr.
Colorado's ezo their battle in the closing minutes will hand their tags to the doorman out the game. Sunday night his con-etott submitted their plans, a part of'PUY EA R &X H
N Iew of the fight when a concerted rush was stationed at the side entrance who will dition was such that physicians, fear- which contemplate removal of the
Senator Visits made on their traditional opponents. call to various drivers holding the ing concussion of the brain, ordered drive between the Natural Science and 328 South Main
The originator of the mud battle rules same tags. In this way the drivers his removal to a hospital. He is now Chemistry buildings and its replace-
Capital Office was subjected to an unwilling bath at will get their parties and leave in reported to be on the highway to re- ment by a lawn and shrubbery. The
the hands of some admirers. order to make room for the next car. novery. Committee will meet again soon, prob-
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Senator Aa B. -Adams
Senator Alva B. Adam's of Coliorado,
whose election attracted considerable
interest because of the 'fact.that his I
father before him had been a senator,PC
recently visited Washington to give .
his new job the "once over." 'He also
called on President Coolidge:
Guld To Present Plays FOR A CHOICE SELECTION
The Hobar Guild will present
three one-act plays on November .
Booth Tarkington's "The Ghost" and
"The Trysting Place" and a play by i
Edna St. Vincent Millay entitled "Two
Slattergsand a King." A cast of 25 is
required to produce these plays. Try-
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CAPACITY REDUCED TO 325
COUPLES
On account of placing the music on a platform at one side of Assembly
room we have deemed it necessary to reduce our capacity.
-ASSEMBLIES-

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Evening clothes of soft unfiished
worsted-the custom fit and look
minus the custom tax-tailored by
the KirschbaumShops. Featured at
$50 '

SLATER BOOK SHOP

TICKETS AT
GOODYEAR DRUG STORE

GRANGER'S ACADEMY
PHONE 788

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