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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDINT7,SPAT, OCTOTIRITZ 1, 1921

THE MICHIGAN DATLY WEflNFSflAY, OCTOBEfl 3, 1923

WHAT'S GOIN
WEDNESDAY
4:00-Alpha Delta Sigma
room 302, Union.
4:00-Open House, Harris
men and women.
7:00-University band reheni
auditorium-

- 7:30-Christan Science Society meets
in Lane halt auditorium.
GON U-NOTICES
Manuscripts for Whimsies now ac-
cepted. Address Whimsies, Press
building.
meets in
Hail for Fine Exceeds Cost I
Of Speeder's Carl
rsal in Hill

Thomas who heard the case, but after
a look at the Ford he demanded cash,
Ass't City Editor Named
Announcement has been made of the
appointment of Kenneth C. Keller, '25
as assistant City editor of the Daily.
Keller has worked on the Daily for
D ytwo semesters.
Daily classified for real results.
J

7 : inl r t o ee a. "I was soaked more than the car
in upper reading room, Union.hr ras worth", is the complaint of Albert
7:00-Choral Union tryouts meet in F. Koepcke, '25, who was fined $18.45
room 107, School of Music. .I for speeding on East University ave-
7:15-Freshman smoker in assembly nue yesterday afternoon.
hal of Union. Koepcke, who, with two other stu-
7 :45-DeMolays meet in harris hall. dents is joint owners of the car, con-
THL'tS' Y ftributed six dollars Saturday toward
THURSDAY the purchase of the ancient Baby
12:00-Dental faculty luncheon at Un Lincoln Victoria model. Yesterday
ion. ;he went out to see how fast it would
3:00-4:00-7:00-Health lecture, No. 4. go. He points with pride to the speed
7:00-Freshman Forum discussion of 33 miles an hour that he was go-
group, Lane hall. ing at the time.
7:15-Liberal Club meets in room 300, The trio offered the Ford and 45
Union. cents in change to Judge John D.
Al dl

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FLOWS
LIKE
Spring
Freshets
The freshman helps the
upper class man to swell

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ANNOUNCING THE POPULAR
TUESDAY AND TURSDAY NITE DANCES
AT THE
Packard Dancing
Academy
OPENING DANCE
Thursday, Oct. 4
GOOD MUSIC BY
Kennedy's Orchestra

' S*T ETSON
ilats
The new Stetson line includes a wide range of
smart styles specially designed for young men
--all with the "Stetson" stamp of quality.
STYLED OIL 'YOUNG M

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W. L. Douglas Shoes
Words with a world of meaning to young men. Snappy
styles will say so, Prices-$6.50 to $7.00, $7.50 to
$8.00. We sell them.
Ziefle & Nissle
4 doors South of Liberty Street-On MAIN

Try One of Our Dances Instead of ,a Movie

8-10 O'CLOCK

TICKETS SOc-including War Tax

G. CLAUDE DRAKE
The Drug and Prescription
Man
"The Quarry"

TEXT BOOKS & SUPPLIES

THE BUSY BEE
PASSES
WATCH FOR OPENING
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THE ARBOR FOUNTAIN

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The best coat for all-
round wear. We can give
you the best values in out-
door garments for fall and
winter.
Also sheepskins, sheep-
lned vests, leather ackets,
overcoats and sweater
coats.

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A very complete line.
wool.
$1.50 and up

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SHIRTS-BLANKET
PATTERNS
Complete assortment of
colors-these are all wool.
Also O. D. Khaki and
other woolen shirts in
plain colors. These are of
the finest quality and the
prices are most reason-
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The number present at the opening assembly Friday night-four hun-
dred and fifty couples-was unavoidable, as the large number from
outside the city was not expected. It beirg the opening party and the
management not announcing a limit-could not refuse them admittance.
The Saturday night attendance-three hundred and twenty-eight
couples-danced with plenty of room.' The limit for all assemblies from
now on will be three hundred and fifty couples, and positively no excep-
tion will be made to this rule. Other corrections will be made at once
and every effort used to justify your support.

WOOL HOSE

All the popular colors.
All sizes.
$1.50 and up

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