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THE MICHIGAN DAILY __

TUES D_A7, OCTOBER 21, 19

ii-tents ha ve been inade Ifrom t.he piut form alseatsnot ocupied will be re-
moved frcom reserve ,and( may be ecceuj 10(1 by anyone.
31 lrd I I. Pl'r{3r, Presideit.
Ad'ljlii:
The= 1(.1,pti ~ih01e of1wc resent ai rv-es will not Tiflet Tuesday evening en
account of the Cratorica loQt iure. ~ .Iiot Speaker.
Acolytes:
Theore will 1)e a meeting of Acolytes Trues(day, Oct ober 21, S31p. in., at wicl
Prof. E. F. Cairritt will rad a pa iper onl the (juc;;..on, "Is 'There a M~oral
Faculty?--Cf. Plato's Republic 477."
{ John hulper.
liaintSeumiar:
,This semninar will mueet on i1'ri(l4) y, riot. on Wedneisday, at 4 p. ni.
Physic ; ('slloqnliii:
The I'ly,1ics ('clloduit will nmeet in Room 202,'01(1 Physics Buiding, at
47 15 p. n., on '1 ,eedu y, Octoo wr 21. 1'icks,,sor 0. S. Duffendack will speak
oil 'flncrgy Levels iial t I ." 1A_1interes~ted1 are invited to at tend.

HALLOW'IEEN, DOR TO S
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT AT
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TIhe Execut ive I oard oil
WedInesday, October 22, at
are us gedi to be on hand.

lie \XemenI's Athletic Association, will meet on
5o'clock in 1rb i yminasiumi. All members
IT-31 ia E'.IXSma~ley, President.

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The Very Highest Type of
Refined Portraiture
You Will Appreciate It!

:Notice' to All Na i al-1.;4~x crv:
The regular weelkly nec l ing or the liuiv ersityT unit 3vill bo held
R. 0. T. C. drill PalWde c vcerosj g at 7: 30 p. in.
14. L. C. Leever, CVomiiiandiug'.

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15% QDISCOUNT
LAUNDRY

ON

R. 0. T. C. 11,md:
The R. 0. T. (1. 1Band will meet for hand practice at the R. 0. T. C. Build-
ing at 7:15 p. mn. 0c'. 21 st, '1)24. ITmT. r. Crpentler.

W IAT'S ()OI NG
Notices to appear in this col'unnmosmut
bie deft ini t1e box at the laily ofic~e j
providled for that Jpunse bectore ,4
o'clock pr-ceed~ing the d iy of issue.
4:10" '-le"li It lectur- for fi~vs%1allt
Women in Sarah Caswell Angell
ball.
4: 14) - Deans' alvisor'y contiditee
meets in President's office.'
room 202, old Physics bunildling.
4 :1 5--Leclur, )y hy(larles ade a a Vi1-
lee-Poussin in rooni 231, Literar~y
building.
7 :40-Cerele 1"iauinca lineuet s iM (ercie
room.
7 :1:,-R. 0. 'T. (. band( pra ctice in R.1
0. T. C. building.
7 :t-flurry i. '"He an Speakis 11) r)ouuil
214 Natural Scionce building.
7 :30-Les *Toyagears etig room
304, Union.
7 :30-A1plia 1)elta ,Sigmia nu ieets lit
room 133, Union.
83 :410-Villhjalizr Steiarv,,on sp~eakil In
,Uill auditorium.
Your Subscription is payable now.

IVEI)NESTPAY
°E'?Ct )ea as conference in Presi.
(lent's office.
: I _-r citlty of Colleges of Engin-
ee ring anidlArchitecture meet in,
room 411, WVest Engineering build-I
.ng.
,i:00---Excentiive board of Women's
Athletic association meets in Bar-
hour gymnasium.I
r 4.30-Naval IReserves meet i1I. 0.E
'.C. drill hall.
. :3f?-~-l'i SigIiiau meets in room Z-21,i
1Natural Science building.
Don't delay-Pay your Subscription
today.

(Cash and Carry)
You'll find it little trouble to
throw your laundry bag over
your shoulder and bring it to
our station in the Press build-
ing. All wort guaranteed.
Phone 165
White:- Swan
ILaundry
Ann Arbor's Leading Cleaners

State Street

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D1o you beep GOOD notes? Surely a handy notebook is very
necessary. We are able .to supply you with any type you may
1de'sire.
1 11I1 South University Ave. Phone. 11 60-R

F/
our food is unexcelled! Have break'
fast, lunch, and dinner with us, andl
after the theatre come 'here for an
Ice-Cream Soda.

Y OU hav to kno collej men
and what they want before
you can bild shoes to suit them.,
The new John Ward Fall Styles
fit their needs with the same
snug satisfaction that the shoes
wil fit their feet.
On Display By
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I)(VORPORAP -a..8PAT. ~Ol'~i
Stores in New York, Brooklyn, Newark
and Philadelphia °di Address for Mail
Orders, 121 Duane st., New York City

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THT 'INTIMATE MISSIVE
From friend to friend should b)0
conveyed on letter paper which
expresses the writer's personality.
Select your "personality papers"
at this store. Largest and bright-
est line of papetries shown in Ann
Arbor. Writing paper and envel-
opes in large or small sets. We
do monogrammning, engraving and
printing.
That we may become better ac-
quainted, we are running a reduced
price sale on high grade plain,,
Michigan and fratcrnity dlie em-
hossed correspondence piapers. Thlis
will last only a short time.

THE ANN ARBOR RESTAURANT
215 5. Main St.

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AR FiSRICK wed. Mat. - 50C to -5
Fat. Mat. . QC to 12O0
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Sale,,Of 200 Poiret Twill,
Flannel,HarieSip &
This sale is composed (of mostly all new (dresses 1,i1rlz~ have just
recently been finished by the manuftzciurers. Ir~oi1 h an unusual
circumstance, we were enahledr to bo ,y UiP 'i c::,r caally below 're-
ular. When women see the dresses they will be eager Ito buy them at
$15.00.
The Quality of the Satin Dresses Is $ 10 0
Exceptionally Fine at This Price -
Such satins as these are ordinarily used only in much miore
expensive dresses. The newest versions of the straighthline mode, in
slim tiored, tunic, paneled and b,,*ltless styles. The new ideas in neck~-
lines and sleeves. Mostly black, navy and brown.

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'HIGH GRADE
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These are garments well worth
your examination
Tinker & C ompany
South State St. at William St.
The Home of Better Clothes, Furnishings and Hats at Fair Prices.

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