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November 29, 1923 - Image 5

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DEMOLAY IVILL MEET The building is going to be irf the PlY T PA
for the side have been laid and towers
4 T O (1 9 9 T E l [N 0 e -ected to facilitate the pouring of the !"1"c m n n o t e h g e a tsflrb r B [ C U C u L s on t e r u A t ai c r f teT T o s iu to f c m n ' r s
De~lolay chapter membeors who re e.C alc 1-t atro h
at present enrolledl in the --Re. . alac Ptt, asorofth
and who have Thee ~na~liton' iw orkr on the Lawclub is; pro- First Baptist church of P'ittsburgih.
the order will meet in a social get- grossing rapidly. The meason work on will speak in the Met0hodist church at
together at 4:00 o'clock Sunday after the kitchen is completed and the roof ! 7:30 Sunday night, under the auspic,_s
noon in roomu 306 of the Union. Th e' is to be finished, shortly. The dining!
purpse f te metin isto ceat 'ahalf is 'up t the line of the beams of teWsea ul.Rvrn
local club, the members of which will th'e carved oak ceiling and the club 1Ptyrpeetacuc hs
not. lose their home t / ;n ail"Aa'ions t wall will be up to a po'nt level" with plant is valued at two million dollarsi,
and which will not necessitate them Ithe second ftoo,' in the near' future.; and whose pastor's staff retains seven
transferring from their old chapters. The stone is being. quarried for the men inacotive work,
The club will have its own deeree dormitory" and it is expected to anrive For two .years the Worlya gil
team and will carry on the activehere in February. '3=anasben ttmpin t bip ,ev
work of the order,, functioning like a The aima at the r resent time is to i
national chapter. 'The aim in;~igcniu h.wr hog h ite.jPtyt n roadi sol e
in oring g ontnu te, or thouh he inercause -he wvas able to comnbinc into
a club of this type is to keep meen months and preparations ;are being;I one trip an adIdress' at th University t
from drifting away from the De~dolay made for the safey of the workers dur-! of Chicago Sunday morning and the
work wh'en 'not active in their local,'ing the cold months.-
chapters, and also to make all meni of oi S________________
the~ order on the campus acquanted. More than 2,500 sash are being con- ___'1%
With each other. f rt tr, ,-th viivhnti1to :'. . L i

addr ess here Sundlaynih that hie is
able to come.
Alpha'Nu Debates
Debt Cancellation,;

Alpha Nu held their regular weekly
mneeting last night in the Alpha Num
room on the fourth floor of University!
hall. The subject for debate was "Re-
solved, That the war debts due the
United Statecs from her allies in the
great: war should be cancelied."
rrThis argument was defended by A.
J. Paul, '25L, A. J. 'Buffington, '27, and
ITI. C. Williams, '26. The negative
wvas made up of J. A. Spader, p25, .1.
A. Vickery, '27, andl K. S. Smith, '26.
Several pledges gave short talks (in
this samne subject.
1t ,; true efficiency to use Daily








all Michigan men "
ed. The program
the coaches and Henry T. Hunt
ongs, played by Henry T. H'unt, former mayor of
ing, in which thef Cincinnati, 0., has just been advised
will take the1! that the Far Eastern Exploration corn-'
s are always in-. pany, which he heads, has been grant-
ad refreshments, ed by the soviet republic, a gold min-
Ii~ concession in Eastern Siberia, es-
dinners will be: timated at a value of $5,000,000. Gen-
owing: the Var-.,Williaml S. Graves, who commanid the~

Building Progress,

sctea U'.AVU theL1ne1w hospitalin the1I
shops of the Buildings and Grounds
department. The heat tunnels, leading
to the hospital,. while they have not as.
yet been, graded, are rapidly nearing

5A N rUK LmgI

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IWill Improve

the Action'

Kentucky Egg and Lump

West Va. Egg,


The, salvaging of the old power house
which has. recently been accomplished

reserves, coaches,
n letter men, the1
eaders, and offi-
and alumni asso-
yH. Torbet, pres-
sity of. Michigan
been received by
that the movingI
e team this yearI
quartette is al-
the committee in
he men into De-
Harry Tillotson,:
the entire party
turday afternoon
is which return.. I
he bust.

Siberian expedition in 1919, is one of
the men interested in the company with
Extra guides are needed" to assist
in conducting the men who will be
here for th Older Boys' conference
this week end. Due tb the number of
persons who will be in Ann ArborI
at this time an unusual number of
guides is required.
Thus far an 'insuff'icient numberl
have reported their intentions of work-
ing. All persons interested should
report to the office of 'the Dean _of=
fStudents tomorrow.

Work has again, been resumed ex- j norsw .LU tae arci!tcs plans
lwhich were accepted by' the Regents
tensively on the new Literaly' build- in September. The plans also call for
fing. This has been made possible by other changes all ,of, which are lcaicu-
the arrival of the stone, the absence of f ated to improve the campus,,.
which was. holding up the work. The ,
The Buildings and Grounds depart-
sides of the, building have been water- mnent is now in a position to carry on
proofed in preparation to putting onl considerable of the work in the con-'
the stone.. This has been necessitated stru'cton and finishing of the' new
by the fact that if the stones are plac- buildings which have been planned or'
ed directly next to the cement skeleton are in the progress of construction.
the dampness, in time, will stain thej The. department_ has :facilities, for in-
outsde stone. The work is being start- stalling electrical..equipment, heatiug,
ed at the south west corner of the;
woodwork,., plumbing,- and ventilation
building and it is planned to put ;the!
stone on, the back and the two sides systems in the, buildings. Facilities
this fall-and the coming winter and' are also available for the construction .
to finish the front next spring. There of tables and seats which 'are neces-
will be 50,000 cubic feet of stone neces- and tor euforn the genealsrepair
sary for the building.andwo cae ofrthtbuldig neoflthepnier
The cement floor in the basement'wr ftebidnso h nvr
has been finished and work 'will be i3
concentrated on, the stone construc-,
tion.Moscow, Nov. 28.-Archbishop' Tikt-,
______ on has issued a proclamation accept~-
ing cntuto the Gregorian calendar. as adopt-
Thecontrutio ofthenewMedcaled by Red Russia last summer.
building has progressed as far as ce-- ____
menting of part of the first floor. On Daily classified for .real results.
some part of the work' efforts are still E

"''I', Fountain
~jlI 'ttj "'"" ~ALL'
"The Ink That Made
athe Fcnuntai P, nPossible"

Pocahontas and Coke


PHONES 814'l and 2 '07
Office - Cornwell Block


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Engineers' and Architects' Materials
Stationery, Fo9untain Pen's, Loose' Leaf Books
bCameras and Supplies
Candies, Laundry Agency, Tobaccos


Republican Club
i Holds Luncheon

1 as:

;kth Members of the. Republican club:
Iy din were entertained at a luncheon held
sad yesterday noon in the Union at which
!a general discussion of political p rob-,
r !lems was carried on. L. S. Stump,
.were '26L, presented a paper on "The Place
)dy r~o of Parties in the Process of Govern-
ment." Following the reading of the
aeĀ£ paper the meeting resolved' itself into
Iridgel a round table discussion.
hwest The next meeting of the club will"
steam be held Thursday Dec. 1$.
is the, Patronize The Daily Advertisers.


.s re-
dis Pocket Malted Milk!I
.n, 4I

n i

B. Hins
e Marrf
view the
that per
ed a wri

[ IM's

was al-
e found,
.1. trink-

Like to drink malted milks?
Sure thing, Old Top!t
Then why not eat 'em-
here's your chance'.
Pure Malted Milk Pars
contain no cane or beet sugar p
Safe for Athletes ill Training
Right size for your pocket. Go
greatrt the game--atthe s how--on,
hikes--at school or in your room.
5- At All Dealers - 5

being concentrated on the basement __________________
whie a oter ectonspilarsarebe-
ing erected for the sco df or The The P U P P E T E E R Slltt1 ttF111#ll~ illl tl~ S111!{~ i#1!!!t1[{!I#!l11[1119:
steel wvork, the construction of the -/' fi
steel frame work and matts is .keeping --present--
pane with the cementing and' much THE PUP;ET aREVUIE
progress is being made.________________
Wehve1hefnetlie~aist ,r-' MADE BY EDER HEIMER STEIN COMI"ANY
tionery to silt 'all femili~ i fa'n '-
t ies. Ladies take grea'.pleasugre -------___ _______=
in having an assor tment of ex-.--
, traordinary. quality paper~, on 1'-
hand for their correspondence. -4a
We have taken pains in keeping,'
our stock~ up to the highest I'
standard of quality -at prices, to-
0. D., MORRILL _
- 17 Nickels Arcade. =
' Open Evenings.I
2 Ch~ristmnas Gift Box StationerySaetw and Chritmas Greeting' Cards
T e on S l t e u ed P i esa
The Finest and Cleanest Stock Ina Ann Arbor.= -
w ,I
1a -
Asaspecial!toutr rc ni eebe . ewl aea.' w -
Asa TpcilintroductoyipieyuntilesDecember 1 eFillsmake
Eyesight SpecialistYo can savemo e by.b in
At Arnold's State Jewelry Store-
30.2 South State Street Ann Arbor, Xidi. 1L
l Sr+1V2 1lf Why Pay Two Prices for Your Clothes?
AT VARSITY INN Our policy, is ,to, keep our prices just as iow as is consistent
512 EAST W11<LA( A STREET with good clothes value. Of course this means less profit
MENU ~~~~~on each garment sold-on the other hnw elmr
Heart of Celery MN Queen Olives I=hnw elmr
SOUP I arments.
Consomme .'
Roast Young Turkey. with Cranberry' Sauce' e sSo o htW ae
Shrimps IY I!
Green Peas Mahdj (0 r ~ t
0 M I- t
Pumpkin Pie
Coffee, Tea, or Milk "Iiid1 East Liberty.'mo
Price $1.00 Serve from 11:00 a.m. to 8:004~m

the most c Q..m p
Christmas gift fi
entire family.
Its size is such t
can 'be placed inr
any home, and y4
assured of long ye
satisf action.

Small Grand



.he skeletons
in the State
ld wave has
:he last few
11 at Troyes,

for real results.

Send a nickel for a sample.
Thompson's Malted Food Company
Makers of
the incomparable fountain drink
waikesba, lWisconsin



A cts

Come in and let
plain our conv
purchase plan.

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ig Dinner


Irving From
to 2 P.M.



601-05 E.'

For Reservations, Carl 248$-J.






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