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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY,

OCTOBER 24, 192

IS

Kansas City, Mo., will come from the
FL I" "GOO M OR NN G farthest distance to attend the meet-
/ p 3' ,ing"
I1EA I.E"HERE JVEXT VWEJ 1.i M Nr.TiRumney is in Cleveland to at-
tend a meeting of the Society of Auto-
motive Engineers.
IPekin, Oct. 23.-Chow Tsu-chi, formh-
r'> erly mime minister of Chi .1a, who wxas1
at one time secuoetary at the CGhinese
>;:. ,,:{ti>":<i;:::; '"' ; ::;;;::;;":'.legation in W ashington, is dead; " iie,
was born in Shantung, educated in
Pekinan lateran graduated fromt Co.
X-Nx umbia university, New York: Chow
......... } was named acting premier under Li
} . j.: Yan-hung, April 12, 12,adsre
9 2,Yd f' ยข E y .. . ' . h f l s e v c r a l m o n t h s .
:... Patronize The Dady advertisers.

Dam on-
"What was the name of that pencil
Professor Williams was recom-
mending this morning.?",
Pythias-
"Eldorado-my boy, Eldoraido!
Just think of a fabled, land--of
ease and happiness-whore no one
flunks-wvhere pencils are the magic
sticks of achievement.' Then you
can never forget it."
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The new Stetson line includes a fwide range of
smart styles specially designed for young men
--all with the "Stet~on" stamp of quality.
-STYLED i FOR j YOUNG. m'1

. irginifa Watson
Miss Watson will star in the popular musical comedy, "Good Morning,
earie," which will be presented' Saturday night, Nov. 3, at the Whitney the-
ater. The work which was written by Jerome Kern, composer of "Sally,"
has run for an entire year in New York and the original company, includ-
ing 75 "Slinheam girls," will be seerf in Ann Arbor.

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WHAT'S GOING ON
ITEl JiFSDAY
4 :00-Scabbard4 and Blatde meet in)1R. 0.I
T. C.. office.
-6-Opien house in 11arris hall for
all students.
4:15~-Plano group of Matinee Music-
ale Student league meets in homne
of Mrs. Lee Case, 312 Mary street. 1
7 :00-Ferris Tnustittemeets in room I
205,x.University hall.

All organizations who want space in
the 1924 Michiganensian should ap-
ply at the 'Ensian office for con-
tracts, or make arrangenments for
the same with George L. Pattee, or-
ganization manager. All contracts
must he in. by Nov. 1.#
Seniors who have not yet obtained
Stheir photographers' receipts must
(10 so as soon as possible. The
Michiganensian office. is open from
2 to 5 every afternoon except Sat-
urcay.
RUMNEY, AL9UMNI HEAD,

COMING SIUNDAY

By Jove!
Such Laughs.
Dontcha Know!

214, Natural Science .building.:24,rNaurl bidig. n ~af ToS19 AflIVUIP'JI
7 ::ii?-Sanoler of 17. of It. Aeronautical 'Ihh i ~u~;u
society at the Union.'
S:15--players' clb presents "The- Mason P. Runiney, '07E, president of
ry~sting Place," and "What They the Alumnni association,' will speak to-
Think," in Sarah Caswell Angell morrow night at a meeting of the
hal University of Michigan club of Cleve-
T11IISDAY land. Mr. Rumney, while in Cleveland
7 :00 a. pj*.. -holy, Counnunion III III. will investigate the. relationship be-
liams Memiorial chapel, Harris hall.1 tween the Big 'Ten clubs that are be-
4 t.3 -,luifor Zoological club nmeets in; ing formed in various large cities and
!room Z-242, Natural Science build- the local alumni chapters.
ing. The Big Ten clubs are University
-- clubs for younger men, and T. Hawley
V-NOTICES Tapping, field secretary of the associ-I
*o)homor oeuiieer; interested illn aticni, expresses the opinion that they
speedhiall report to manager, J tnams; will help rather, than hinder the local
Zose, '26E, for the first game, Wed- alumni chapters. It is expected that
nosday, at 4 :J0.; Mr. Rumney wil report on these clubs
lenell sketebes and eelihigs by Cze- at the meeting of the, Board of Direc-
cho-Slovakiani artiSt3 now on exhibit' tors of the Alumni association 'in Ann
in the architectural corridor of the Arbor, Nov. 9.
E~ngineering building. It is thought- that all the miembers
)Ianu scripts for Whimsiesnfow aec- of the board wili be present. at* that
cepted. Address Whimsies, Press nieeting except John, B. Miller, '90, of
building.. Pasadena, Cal. Charles Baird, '95L, of
We Specialize in Crepe Soles
Price $3.00-
Careful Work. Done by
Experienced/ Workmen
TRY USI
STATE STREETI SHOEI
REPAIRING SHOP
301 SOUTH STATE STREET

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DOWN TOWN 108 S. MAIN
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Three Rousing Cer
And All -That
Sort of Rot!
Just imagine one of the fun-
netstories in all fiction in)
the hands of the matste r
director who made
"THlE 'COYEREI WAGON"

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Blankets --Banners- -Pennants
Pillows--Table Runners

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FOR
$6.50

People don't usually like
to economize but when the
foods lowest in price are
the finest by far it's an
entirely different matter.
Arcade Caf-eteria
Upstairs, Nickels' Arcade

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MEN
Take a littler walk down to our store and
save a dollar. or two-we' re doing the
business on good snappy styles on Ox-,
fords-$6.50 to $8.00.

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