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PJ i"T)A Y, OCTOBER 3i, 1924

T14E MICHIGAN DAILY

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BETRHIIT ALUMNI
ISSUE YEARBOOK

(',l ii';~ i~(S~AddreNsss of
(Cinaduuies; (Club to 1run
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tothe game which have been re -The second lecturwilbgveon DtiOc.2-TeCgresswilldX1be11IgivenIIIIon11Detroit,111]11Oct.111111111111he Congresslll build-1111
served for Michigan rooters have I Oct. 8 at the same hour and1 place as Ilmg now used by the Federal Reserve..
b een sold, it has been announced, and; the first. Tt will be upon "The Rela-J bran ch bank, was sold yesterday to the At the Sign of
the remairnder are expected to be tion of' Electrical Currents to the, Fsdward Ford estate, owners ot the C_____________________
slshrl.Growth of' Plants." The pbi sIO n h ieBn ulig H O D N O K N
pbiisFranthDieBnbulig.T E O DE OA Si N---cordially invited to attend both o __ __ ___Iw1rw i
these lectures. Ms. Jane Williams, of Harison -
Whe --- ville, ., celebrated her 102nd birth WenThs WC o rtes ydAthT enCution bl xprec
WNI MAjJKILLED AS AVTOiD Bale S.Paul, Quo., Oct 2-More(ay xecently by having her haif- bob- Whn1Tos=Wh Fvr oresyWnth teiCsoni hl xeine-
°riHNS rIrnL fo ha 1celsidentsrom this vtoae liv! ed. tos.Williams says she expects Breakfast,7 to 10 - Lunch, 11 to 1:30 - Dinner, 5 to 8C3DIENCING
forced tlfloe frmVtheirhomes Wed- ivetoa"ripe old age." AfenonTa'3t
nes" day becaus;e of the floods from theAfenoTa,3t5
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MisLmielormn fMCGouffere river. Subscribe for The Michigan Daily'
igani Center, died late yesterday after- - Corner of Forest and South University A SIDEY OLCOTT
noon in University hospital from in- 'hn 31WPROD1UCTION
jurie., received when the automobile WPoe36 $
in which she was riding tipped over Stacomlb t
onJaksnavnacksonccrdn AA favenuevd1111111U1road.1t1111111Accordingllllliltl111111J111j111111t111K',
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HAS ATHLETIC RECORDS
Detroit alumni have published the
annual handbook or the club, unider~
the direction of Roscoe 11. H uston,
'04L. ThisQ numiber containing more
t han4 175 pages, it was announced
yeste ?'( ~i . The book contains the
name, clas.s, address, phone tnmber'
andI business of as many of the 5,00()
Detroit alumni as records are comn-
plete for.
In addition to the names of the
gradIuates, the book also gives the
athletic recordl of the University for
the past year. It is prefaced b~y arti-
cles by Mason P. Rumney, '08E, pres-
ident of the General Alumni associa-
tion and Charles F. Delbridge, '01L,
presidlent of the Detroit club. Roy
Ill. Torbbet, '14, last year's head, has
also written an article for the book.
TInle Detroit alumni are also plan-
nine _to have an entire special train
over the Waba hl railroad to U~rban a
for the Illinois game, October 18.
It is expected that more than 100
- lumni will attend, the fare being
$1[2.05 one way. The special leaves
Def ;roit at 11 o'clock Fr iay inight
and rrives in Urbana at 8 o'clock the
next morning. The same schedule
w ill be op~eratedl on for the return.
There will be a diner andl a buffet
car in addition to sleepers andi comn-
partment cars. The_ Michigan Cen-
tral will also run at least two cars
out of Detroit Friday night to be add-
ed to one of the student specials
leaving Ann Arbor that evening. 'It is
expected that three special trains
at least will be needed to carry stu-
dents to the game.
More than 6,000 of the 10,000 seats
.7'BI6 MvONY W:
: AFTER SCHOOI HOURS
M RAT Jvnir --narale £iVUI1

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to epctsthedrier R.D.MadryofLI ~ .Personal Neatness--Carried in
,Jackson, attemptedl to pass another Hir l-Groo0lm Our 'Toilet Goods Department.
aidt w~obile andl ran into some loose
graivl. ie lost control of the car . Gloco
andth machine' struck a culvert

which caused it to tip over.
Dr. I dwin i;. Ganzohrn, the coronier,
ru. hed to the scene of the accident,
.gut before lie arrived Miss Doardma '
ha.d been sent to the University hos-
pital where she diedl shortly. Dr.
Ganzho, i stated that she sustained a
frWacured skull.

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Glostora
EBERBACH & SON CO.
200-204 East Liberty Street:

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LECTURE HEE TUESDY

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Ariangemients have been made with
Prof. V. H-. Blackman of the Imperial
College of Science and'Technology in
London to give two lectures here next
week. The first one of these will be
given at 5 o'clock Tuesday, in the Na-
tural Science auditorium. The subject
will be "Some Physiological Aspects
of Pai-asitism."

in the
ARCADE

Appointments are kept with
strict regard to punctuality
here. And the service is "tres
excellent."

For the past nine years Ann Arbor's

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Profits Begin at Once!
No waiting for commissions! Sim-
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Write today for complete details
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