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S. C, A. LISTS JOBS Nuferr outhepositions hafillin. The-RepublicansAs
iPnNcOuote board, jobs as well as work of Haywi~ard To R
Men wh desie wor willbeoab er nature. Further information can F rI' IK oe
eobaned from Hall DeVeese, '25, G ve
to obtain. positicnx by inquiring at07 Harold Coffnman, executive secre-'
Lanxe hall, The S. C. A., though not tary.
l-aving a bureau to definitely take care! Maiz jong? sets being made in a
of jobs, is at present in a position to) Shanxghai acoy have bone from:r
help a number of students out Of Chicago packing plants, for facingsf 1.r
of thie pieces.
The Slickest Coat on the Campus !
;No well dressed college man is,
'without one. It's the original,
correct slicker and there's noth-
ing as smart or sensible for
tough weather and chilly days.
'Made of fatuous yellow water-
proof oiled fabric. Has all-
round strap on collar and elas-
tic at wrist-bands.
Clasp-closing style ,
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ON 'OF NATION'S BSTOf Ogleth!
PRO~FESSORI RICTI PRAISES FACIL.
I Fry OF NEW STRUC-
"It is estimated that the facilities,
offered by the n-Av Physics building 3......
for future conceailed wiring will be ty t4.ktt
able'to meet the needs of the advance
of the science for the next 50 years,
s;aid Professor D. L. Rich, assistant
professor of physics, yesterday.
Tuibes are b~eing installed in' the new
structure in which to stretch- wires
for facilitating research in ;this par-4";:5 <;
ticular line. The three floors which
compose the. basement of the building ..4"'
will especially adapt themselves to
delicate exierimnts. The 'facilities
for research work particularly 'in 'the
fields of spectroscopy, accousties and
Ix-ray are of the best and are only 4
equalled by one or two other univer-
sities in the country.
Only, the advanced work will be
done in the new building; the elemen-
tary classes being held in the old
building. Lecture rooms have not in-
stalled in the structure and only a
few classrooms so it, is necessary that
1the majority of classes and all lec-
tures be held in the old Physics labor-
520 mile trip to Iowa City. Driving ple driving to Iowa City will get an
in an open ca: will not be so corn- idea of what. the famous Iowa mud
es fortable dluring the test two dlays, if is like. Last year many people 'driv-
nging to Iowa City to see the Ohio State
orpe the weather continues; as cold as the -Iowa game did not reach there i
twoday hae bon.. time to see the game because of the
SThe roads are in good] condition had condition of the roads.
from Ann Arbor to Chicagio.,ibut the
report of road conditions the other
side of Chicago is ,not so encturaging. Sioux City, Oct. 81.- Nearly five
If it does not rain between no-v and Iinc(hes of snow have fallen in the 'last
".:: Saturday the roads will be in fairly 24 hours here, establishing a record
,.,. good condition, but sh~ould it rain. pee- for this tithe of 'the year..
Stamp the correct name in your J
memory, and buy no other.
The "Standard Student" is
mnade'only by the Standard
Oiled Clothing Co., N. Y. C.
Slip one on at
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342 ,OL'TII :STATE STREE T
Col. WIli Hayward
New York state Republicans are
urging Col. William Hayward to run
for gubernatorial nomination in that
"state. He is now U. S. district at-
torney for the southern district of
New York and has been a reading sup-
porter of prohibition.
cacv of flavo
OVESA ETS TO HEAR
TIBBERTI HOBBS TONIGHT,
All overseas veterans are invited to
the annual smoker of the Veterans of
Foreign Wars which will be held at
7 :30 tonight in the Union. A full
program has been arranged by t he
committees -in charge of the affair.
Prof. William H. Hobbs, of the geo-
logy department will be the principal
speaker of the evening. His subject
will be "The* Part Taken by Austra-
lians in the Great War." Prof. C. B.
Vibbert, of the philosophy department
and Major Rbbert Arthur, of the mili-
tary science department; will be the
other two speakers.
Ten million year-old dinosaur eggs
have been found by museum experts
U * Prof. Tiornwell Jacobs
ALPHA NUMEETING DATE Prof. Thornwell Jacobs, president of
Oglethorpe university of Georgia, has
just returned from. his futile endeav-
ADVNCE TO TONIGHT orounvero the ste of Gergia-
heudro the nes of Gerae
and is iferemvedfrom England to
Alpha Nu debating society will hold, Georgia., The bones were found be-;
its regular weekly meeting a~t 7:30 beach the chancel of a church in Cran-)
o'clock tonight in the Alptya Nu room isham, Esex., British historical author-!
on the fourth floor of Uiest hall. ! ities objected to the transfer.
The meeting was advanced 'fr'om to-
morrow night due to the fact that the .~'tY~GCa
opening meeting of the annual con- e o atdC r
clave of Kappa Phi Sigma, national L a eF rG m
'honoary dbatin 'socety oawhic
hnrrdeaig'oitofwihAlpha Nu is a member, will be 'held
at that time. "A la Tin Chariot to Iowa City,"
The six men who were Selected to "The Hawkeye Special," and "The
represent Alpha Nu. in the varsity de- Galloping Goose," were a few of the
bate tryouts will debate on the subject inscriptions painted on two cars thatI
that was selected for the varsity left Ann Arbor late yesterday after-
group: Resolved, That a federal law noon on their way to Iowa City, to
should be enacted giving to strikes see the Michigan-Iowa football game
on Saturday afternoon. It is expect-I
ana their Concommitant activities h
same legality that they are given un-
der the English Industrial Disputes
Act of 1906 (Constitutionality Grant-
ed that more cars will follow to-
The change in the weather this !
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