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WRu RIGHlT THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SATURDAY, NOVEMTBER 10, 1923

DEDICA TE NEW. YOS T FIELD HOUSE ,
WITH CEREMONY EFORE GA ME TODA Y
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f' paintings in Alumni Memorial hall
Nov. 5 to Nov. 12. The exhibition
will be free to -the public.
Seniors who bave not yet obtained
their photographers' receipts must
do so as :goon as possible. The
Michiganensian mi~ce is open from
2 to 5 o'clock every afternoon except
Saturday.
King Provides Equalization
Rome, Nov. 9.-A decree by the King
providos for equalization of the salary
IVst, grading and promotions in de-

partmental servico,, 1: cluiding thej
army. _About a filth of the pay is de-I
ducted by the governmenit to provido
pensions.
Patronize The Daily Advertisers.

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LEnST XE...FORGET-
FANCY HEAD-DRESS
SLIPPER BUCKLES BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS
AND FANCY SHOULDER STRAPS FOR EVENING GOWNS
ALSO HATS OF VELVET, METALLIC, SATIN, VELOUR ANID
FELT-VEILS AND 'VEILING
PUYEAR & H INTZ
328 S. MAIN STREET

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ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS LINE
Central 'Time (Slow, Time)
Leave Chamber of Commerc.
Week Days Sundays
6:'45 a. m. 6:45 A. M
12:45 P. m. 6:45 P. M.
JA H. ELLIOTT, Proprietor
P'ho le )26-M Adrian, Mich.

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Remember that

Marines vs. Michigan

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TEAK DINNER

Michigan boasts she will

win.

The

Marines say they will. Our boast

THE GREEN TREE INN
Opposite Lane Hall Phone 1 306-R

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Conceded to be the largest field house in the country, the new structure on Ferry field is the culmination
of long efforts towards obtaining a suitable structure for the housing of Michigan athletes and athletic activities.
The building is named after Fielding H. Yost, director of intercollegiate athletics, who for 22 years has piloted the
Varsity teams.
A the dedicaton exercises the visiting Marines and the Denby party are playing a large part, Secretary of
the Navy Edwin Denby, giving an address after a military march rendered by the Marine band, Prof. Ralph W.
Aigler, chairman of the Board in Control of Aithletics, is giving the presentation address, while Regent James 0.
Murfin gives the speech of acceptance. President Marion Leroy Burton and Fielding 14. Yost also give addresses.

many are tried but few are chosen ap-
plies to eating places. Try one of our
nice juicy steaks and you will choose.
Van's Lunch

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YOU will be more
than pleased
wirth our food
and service
at
Tuttle's Lunch Room
338 Maynard St., South of Majestic
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UNIVERSITY

Meet and Eat at Van's

3:30 p,. n. (11f:30 a. in. SaturdlaV~~ I l0:10-Taungular cross country meet
Volume 4 SA't'1)AY, -N4)V 1i 1IER 1, 1Di 4 3 Numbeir 42 j at Ferry field.
_______________1 :.30--Iedication of Yost Field hoarse
at Ferry field.
University Symphony Orelie4ra: 2 :30-4'ootball game 'with U. S. Miar-
There will be no rehears al of the Ortchestfra, Sund~ftay, N;ovt ;nler 11.,iesatFeryfild
~amiic. i P. 1 wX> oodF, C('enauelcr. 17 :(0-hpper B~oom Bible citiss meetsl
in Lane hall.
Service Mlen and Women ini the Unaiver.;ty: :45-C-raftsmien club meets, Masonic]
The residents of Betty florhaur -louse will bie 2atlhomel'immediately after temple, for degree work.
the service in Hill Auditorium on Ari stice, Day tIc all mn 1em bert;. of tshe I),:fi)-Ariiiistice fiance in Barbour
University who saw'service in the \Vorl~i War and their Wvires. Th71is includes gymnasium.
memersof he acuty ndstudents, both mean md vworlen.4
mebrJftefclyad .eaanf ePeary, IDirector. I SUNDAY
t'? nrlotf F. (la! ,tdt Hon1se President. j 9: 0-U niversity Men's Bible class
________________meets in Uipper room, Lane hall.
Geaf raaphy Field Irp Saturday at 9J: 10 :3k0-3orning worship In First Ileth-
Mect on North Main St. at Ann Arbor R.I. . rilge crds>lpi. Bring odist church.
1:01tD-Heeting of IPecemvirate In
Dexter and South Lyon maps. it. C. 41e i.ry. room 302, Union.
12:(N)---0bile classes meet In Wesley
University of ichbigaan Bad: hall.
Capes will b)0 issued this miorning from 11. to 12 o~ci(WP. Al el nwho j12o: l D-Hiss Laztar speaks on JapaneseI
did n&t go to Detroit are to fall in Band at Michig an (111-tral Station at 12 earthquake in Congregational
o'clock noon. By order of the Director, church for'um.
1 llaiti Graniicli, Jr., asst. Matnag. 4 .:04-Armistice services in 11111 au-
ditorium.
Ec an lme w :ti :0-Iitlieran Student forum at
Section 2 assignmnent for Tiiesday, N ov. 1,, i s ~econt h<:lif onwm.11i, I Lutheran church.
Ch. 11..Z. C. Ixie iiE; :l5'--,John F. Glynn speaks at Congre-
_ _ gational students meeting, Congre-
gational church.
Uaiversity WSonl: (6:1-Wesleyan guild devotional nmeet*
All girls planning to attend the Wisconsin Game are requiredl to ojatain ing at F~irst Methodist church,
permission from the office of the Dean of Womien at Icilsi three dlays in ad- :00-Mfeeting of Mden's Educational
rance of the game. Girls who are going on, the sp ciai a in are required to club in room 304, Union.
pay a chaperonage fee. lIean 11Ilaillon, Dean of \Vcmen. 7 :00-Scalp and Blade meets in room
.;02, Union.
China Reaidy to L'Vrievil i'.h, hi eclines to reognize Russia in ad- 0-Rrflosmkrirednro,
Peltla, Nov. 9.--!)r. C. T. aiig's at- }vance. Y.Kairahhanhad publishedl IO-Un ion 'i 'o~ Iwl eti
articles re fleeting on Dri. Wang's in-17:0 , aangop1wlmetn
,est, move in his contr'oversy with Leo tegi ity as a dillloixiat. co n23' Union.
Karakhan, Sovief -env oy in ;lhe Sine-
Rlussiam negotiations, is 1 ibicly -o --- idi -ii TACE S
announc'~ i thatClnria i(, ready t^ io "Jimmiie the adtak er" ells anything {"i Ann Arbor Art aissociation an-
ceed with the parley, but positi*vely quickly. -Atidy. nounces an exhibition of famous

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""A GOOD MtEAL"
Will 3ie Your First Thought
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Good Meals and the
Best of Service A &.0-

Weekly Rates

We Ser"e Banquets

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No rthern Aples
A An ot her car Northern Michigan
SApples arrived from ;Harbor Springs.
,They are very choice and among themre
t are varieties that will keep till next
April.
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yFANCY SNOWS, SPIES, BALDWINS,
I GREENINGS, STEELE REDS, TOL-
MAN SWEETS, GRIMES 'GOLDEN,.~
SJONATHAN, PEWAUKEE, SH IA -
=WASSEE, BEAUTY, RUSSETS and'~
Sothers.w
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~Price and quality are right--75c for
:sound drops to $1.75 for, best, hand-~
Spicked..
Distributing room on north Broadway, four doors north of
= Electric Power Plant
Wo J. RITTERSKAMP*

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